Event Date: 1/25/20
Sponsor: :Land Trust of Bucks County
5901 Old Easton Road, Plumsteadville, PA
Release Date: 1/7/20
The Land Trust of Bucks County is hosting a community-wide seed swap. The Land Trust of Bucks County is a nonprofit nationally accredited Land Trust dedicated to the preservation and protection of farmland, natural resources, wildlife habitats, biodiversity and scenic vistas throughout Bucks County, Pennsylvania . . .
Choosing the right summer camp experience takes time, and registering early often yields big savings.
Sponsor: Bucks County Camp Expo
Release Date: 1/7/20
NOW is the best time for parents to start thinking about what their children will do this summer. Although summer may seem months away, some summer camps fill up early, and many offer early registration discounts that expire in early spring. The nonprofit American Camp Association says that January is the most popular month to . . .
Event Date: 10/12/19
BBQ Guru Headquarters,
359 Ivyland Road, Warminster, PA 18974
Release Date: 9/24/19
Join Monolith grill enthusiasts and taste your way through delicious foods from experienced and passionate amateur cooks from around the world. Food Tastings, Drawings & Prizes, Cooking Demos, Live DJ Music, Moon Bounce, Photo Booth, SWAG and deep product discounts. Participate as a taster or a cook! Meet others passionate about cooking, . . .
Event Date: 9/29/19
88 S. Main St., Doylestown, PA 18901
Release Date: 9/18/19
School of Rock, a Doylestown-based music school that provides everything from instrumental lessons, to group musical exercises for kids, teens, and adults, this week announced they have moved their facility into a fantastic, spacious new location to accommodate their increasing sign-ups.
Now utilizing a completely renovated, historic . . .
Event Date: 9/19/10
Release Date: 8/28/19
Pickering Manor and the Dementia Society of America will host a presentation entitled "Working Towards a Dementia Friendly Newtown" on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at the Newtown Theatre, 120 N. State Street, Newtown, PA from 2pm to 4pm.
As the "Silver Tsunami" of . . .
Challenge your friends and family to a game of bocce, croquet or ...
Sponsor: Bucks County Free Library
Release Date: 7/9/19
Hosting a barbecue or heading to the beach this summer? Be sure to check out one of Bucks County Free Library’s new outdoor game sets. These items were just added to BCFL’s collection and are perfect for plenty of summer fun in the sun.
Bocce Ball Set
Paddle . . .
The Nelson and Bette Pfundt Playhouse Archive will preserve the Playhouse's storied past for future generations
Sponsor: Bucks County Playhouse
Release Date: 6/25/19
On July 1, 2019, Bucks County Playhouse will turn 80 years old. While it began the current decade in disrepair and financial uncertainty, the Playhouse’s current state is very bright. After a multi-million-dollar renovation by the Bridge Street Foundation in 2012 and through stewardship of the . . .
Au pairs are currently living with host families throughout the Bucks County community
Sponsor: Cultural Care Au Pair
Release Date: 5/28/19
Local residents Lindsay Pikovsky, Juliana Stauffer and Lisa Reiser recently hosted a program for twenty international au pairs at local organization Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA). Together with members of the local organization Welcoming the Stranger, the au pairs received a presentation on the signs and effects of child . . .
More than 800 athletes competed in one of the county's largest sporting events of the year
Sponsor: United States Association of Collegiate Fencing Clubs
Release Date: 4/23/19
The United States Association of Collegiate Fencing Clubs (USACFC) held its national championships at the Sportsplex, in, Feasterville-Trevose on April 6-7. 45 men’s and women’s teams competed in both individual and team events in the Epee, Sabre and Foil categories. Results are posted at READ MORE
Bank's philanthropy makes education of tomorrow's leaders a top priority.
Sponsor: Hatboro Federal Savings
Release Date: 4/23/19
Hatboro Federal Savings, one of the area’s leading community banks, announced a $222,222 donation earmarked for nine local organizations that meet the criteria for Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). The EITC allows tax credits for eligible businesses that contribute to a scholarship, educational . . .