Langhorne Council for the Arts has exciting plans for 2024!

A Winter Concert Series will be held on the first Fridays of January – April at the Richardson House in Langhorne Borough. Desserts and talk-back time with the musicians are included in the evening’s entertainment. Tickets are $15, available online one month before each performance.

February 2nd: Hannah Rose Nicholas and Gregg Mervine, viola and percussion, will provide innovative interpretations of Bach, Hungarian folk music, and original material.

March 1st: Robert Curto Trio will play authentic Irish music in an early celebration of St. Patrick’s Day

April 5th: Cabin Jazz Trio, a Langhorne favorite, featuring Glen Pezzilo on slide guitar.

Our Women’s History Month celebration will feature actress Carol Simon Levin as “Emily Roebling: Bridge Builder in Petticoats” at Middletown Friends Meetinghouse on March 3rd at 2:00pm. Ticket information will be posted on the LCA website in February.

June will see a return of the popular Arts in the Garden Tour. Date and locations TBA.

LCA will host its popular Summer Speakers Series every other Tuesday evening from late June to mid-August. Check the LCA website for details in early spring,

Plans are underway for a celebration of General Lafayette, who stayed in Langhorne over 200 years ago. August will be the 200th anniversary of his Farewell Tour, and Langhorne will commemorate his visit with art, music, history, ad more. Ooh, la, la!  Stay tuned for details.

Porch Fest will be back in September, bigger and better than ever. Food, music, dancing in the streets!  What a way to celebrate the end of summer!

For more information about Langhorne Council for the Arts and the details of events, visit, scan our QR code, and sign up for the LCA newsletter. E-mail

PHOTO CAP: Guitarist Bob Tyl kicked off the new LCA Winter Concert Series on January 5th with a program of original, meditative guitar music.

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