Join Yardley Quakers for food, fun, and great buys at their Annual Flea Market on Saturday, September 9th (rain date September 16th). Located at 65 N. Main Street, Yardley, the grounds will be open from 8:00am to 2:00pm.
For 67 years Yardley Quakers have worked together to celebrate community. Their meetinghouse and grounds become a place to relax, eat, shop, and enjoy music.
While you are there take some time to walk their newly completed labyrinth. Visit any Sunday at 10:00am for worship and fellowship. E-mail Linda Snyder with any questions at Linda6stn@gmail.com.
More than 90 Bucks area nonprofits, crafters and entertainers will come together on September 30th for the 23rd annual Peace Fair at the Buckingham Friends Meetinghouse in Lahaska. Sponsored by Bucks area Quakers, the fair showcases what local nonprofits are doing to further the cause of peace, social justice, care of the environment, healthy living, and other fields of interest to area residents.
There will be games and activities for all ages from toddlers to seniors, including a self-powered “Peace Train” for the youngest and a dunking tank for the daring. A variety of traditional and vegan/vegetarian food is on hand, and it is said that the homemade chili is some of the best in the county.
The fair runs from 10:30am to 4:00pm at the Buckingham Friends Meetinghouse and School, on York Road in Lahaska, “next door” to Peddler’s Village. It is handicapped accessible, and admission and parking are free, although donations are gratefully accepted.
Contact Peter Ray at email@example.com with any questions. Both the Flea Market at Yardley Friends and the Peace Fair at Buckingham Friends are traditions for Bucks area residents who are looking to start the fall all with some family fun.
PHOTO CAP: Diana Collinelli (left) and Linda Jacobs Snyder at last year’s Yardley Quakers Flea Market.