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Community Events – March 2020

Community Events – March 2020

March 2020
Community Events (Uptight Suburbanite)

HUNTINGDON VALLEY LIBRARY FANS OF FOREIGN FILMS
625 Red Lion Road • Huntingdon Valley
Thursdays 4pm-6pm • Eclectic group of film and film lovers Short discussion follows • March 19, 26 • April 16, 23,30
May 7,21,28 • For more information call 215-947-5138.

SOUTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY
947 Street Road • Southampton
St. Patrick’s Day Storytime • March 17 • 10:30am • Read stories, create a craft • Best for children ages 5 years
and younger
Story Tails Reading Program with Women’s Animal Center March 19 • 6pm • Help socialize a friendly, adoptable shelter animal by reading to them • Make treats for shelter animals
Walk-in program.

BUCKSMONT ART LEAGUE
Ben Wilson Center • 580 Delmont Avenue • Warminster March 17 • Monthly meeting • Jane Ramsey speaks to her preferred media: Plein Air Watercolors • For more information go to www.janeramsey.com.

MARILYN CHAKOV FEIN CHAPTER, FOX CHASE CANCER CENTER
Bus Trip to New York • March 21 • Broadway production of “Diana The Musical” • True story of Princess Diana • $250/person includes orchestra seating, round trip transportation
Leave from 604 Township Line Road • Cheltenham • To make reservations and for more information call 215-969-8366
Clothing Drive • April 4 • 9am-12noon • Drop off 604 Township Line Road • Cheltenham
Fashion Show – Couture for the Cure • April 26 • 10am doors open for boutique shopping • Sheraton bucks County • 400 Oxford Valley Road • Langhorne • $55/person includes lunch, raffles and more • For more information and tickets
call 610-277-3631.

ABINGTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
1030 Old York Road • Abington
Ruth & Robert Abel Memorial Book and film Discussion Group starts new season • “The Dutch House” by Anne Patchett • March 18 • 7pm-8pm • Dr. Karen Weekes leads discussion • Registration required
One Book, One County community read • March 25: 7pm-8pm • David Balducci’s Memory Man • Discussion lead by Dr. Karen Weekes • Companion program to David Balducci’s talk on May 1st • 2pm at Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park
SAT Crash Course • Sundays 2pm-4pm • March 22/General SAT Tips • March 29/Reading • April 5/Writing • April 19/Math For high school juniors • Presented by Intellegym
SAT vs. ACT Workshop • March 26 • 6:30pm-7:30pm
Parents and students • What’s the difference • Discussion about college admission and their expectations • Presented by Mary Kate Fisher, MK Tutoring
“Reading with Patrick,” a teacher, a student and a lifechanging friendship • Author Michele Kuo • April 15 • 7pm-8pm • Led by Karen Weekes • Registration required
College Essay Boot Camp • April 16: 6:30pm-8pm/ teens
April 20: 6:30pm-8pm/ parents • Start college application
Writing coach, Linda George • Limited spots
Local Author Expo AND Spring Flea Market, Book & Plant Sidewalk Sale • April 25 • For more information and to register for all of these programs call 215-885-5180.
KLEINLIFE TRAVEL PROGRAM
April 26: NYC Broadway • Musical COMPANY • Includes orchestra seats, transportation • $180/person members • $190/person nonmembers • Deadline March 20
May 17: George Street Playhouse • New Brunswick, NJ
Walk on the Moon, musical • Tickets, dinner at Harold’s in Edison, roundtrip transportation • $99/person members
$109/person non-members • RSVP: April 13
May 20: Resorts Casino, A.C. • $23/person members • $28/person non members • Includes roundtrip travel, ticket to live performance Solomon Jaye • RSVP: April 17 • For additional details and reservations for all these trips call 215-698-7300.

TREVOSE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Bensalem Senior Center • 1850 Byberry Road • Bensalem
March 17: 7pm • “Succulent Terrarium Workshop” • Dr. Jessica K. Kim, owner & head designer of Bucks County Flowers & Things Creating a succulent terrarium • All materials provided • Handouts include care and maintenance • Open to the public • $25/person • Registration required by March 7
For more information and to register call 215-460-8853.

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH: PROPHECY CONFERENCE
March 20-22 • “Feasts of Israel” • Seder included on 3/20 at 7pm • Other services 3/21, 3/22 • For more information and to reserve seats at Seder call 215-355-7264
or email info@bbcsouthampton.org.

HUNTINGDON VALLEY/CHURCHVILLE ROTARY CLUB PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Appleby’s Restaurant • 1063 Street Road • Southampton
March 21 • 8am-10am • $7/adults • $4/children under 12
For more information call 215-394-8076.

TZEDEK V’SHALOM
Singing Shabbat Services • March 20 • 6:30pm-8pm
Rabbi Marcia Prager, Hazzan • Jack Kessler on guitar,
Ralph Posmontier on drums • Pot luck dinner
tzedekvshalom.org/blog for details.

WARMINSTER TOWNSHIP FREE LIBRARY: FRIENDS OF LIBRARY FUNDRAISER
1076 Emma Lane • Warminster
March 21 • 2pm • Female Spies of WWII portrayed by Alisa Dupuy • Light refreshments • $10/person • Tickets at door
For more information call 2215-672-4362.

HISTORIC MOLAND HOUSE CRAFT SHOW
1641 Old York Road • Warminster
March 25-28 • Wed-Fri: 10am-8pm • Sat: 10am-5pm • One of a kind creations from over 60 local makers • Tours of the Historic Moland House March 28: 1pm-3pm • Admission $1 benefits restoration of Moland House • For more information call 215-850-1888.
NEWTOWN & DOYLESTOWN HADASSAH
Shir Ami • 101 Richboro Road • Newtown
March 25 • 7pm-9pm • “Shtisel” The Israeli TV drama on Netflix • Review & discussion led by Susan Fine • Fun dessert reception follows • $18/person advance • $23/person at the door • For more information and to make reservations call 215-497-0419.

NEWTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (NBA)
March Member Breakfast • March 26 • 7:30am-9am
Newtown United Methodist Church • 35 Liberty Street • Panel of NBA Realtors will speak about real estate • Learn more about buying, selling investing • Register online at
www.NewtownBA.org
NBA Hosts Annual Easter Egg Hunt • April 4 • Goodnoe Elementary School • 298 Frost Lane • Newtown • Traditional holiday activity for both children and adults • Attendees encouraged to bring non-perishable food item for donation to Lower Bucks food Bank • For more information contact jessicagrosso123@gmail.com.

NEW BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION GROUP
Bux-Mont Baptist Church
309 W. County Line Road • Hatboro
Start: March 27 • Fridays at 9:30am • Lose weight the right way • Be committed, find success • For more information
call 267-481-2773 or go to tbmp.org.

HARMONY RETREAT & ANIMAL RESCUE DESIGNER BAG BINGO
North Penn VFW • 2519 Jenkintown Road • Glenside
March 27 • Doors Open: 6pm • Games Start: 7pm
$35/person advance • $45/at the door • Includes 10 rounds
of bingo & one door prize ticket • Tickets can be purchased
at harmonyRAR.org under events • Bring your own snacks
Bake sale & cash bar • For more information contact
events@harmonyRAR.org.

BEN WILSON SENIOR CENTER
580 Delmont Avenue • Warminster
Designer Handbag Bingo • March 27 • Doors Open: 6pm
Games Start: 7pm • $30/pp /$25 for groups of 6+ • $35/pp at door if seats are still available • Entrance fee includes 12 Bingo sheets • For more information and to purchase tickets
call 215-677-8380.
Drivers needed for pick up of baked goods & bread • Willow Grove: Monday & Wednesday evenings • Horsham: Monday morning • Huntingdon Valley: Wednesday &
Thursday mornings
Drivers needed to pick-up from Panera Bread in Willow Grove on Monday & Thursday nights
Meals-on-Wheels Drivers needed • Warminster only
Weekday mornings • Flexible hours & days • For more information and to register call 215-672-8380.

BRISTOL CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
321 Cedar Street • Bristol Borough
Ted Maust, Assoc. Director for the Elfreth’s Alley Assoc., Phila. presents “Little Street, Big City: How Elfreth’s Alley Tells the Story of Philadelphia” • March 29 • 2pm • Light refreshments Donation: $4/adult • No charge for students
Silver Anniversary Tea • April 19 • 2pm-4pm • 321 Cedar Street • Bristol • Traditional Tea fare • Musical interlude by Karen Rodriquez • $22/pp • Limited capacity • Advanced reservations required • To make reservations and for more information on these events call 215-788-9408.
55 BRADFORD LAND CONSERVATION: SIGHT & SOUND TRIP
April 2 • Millenium Theatre & Lunch Hershey Farm Restaurant “Queen Esther” • Tale of beauty and bravery • $125/person
Includes travel, center Orchestra seats, free raffle • Leave Best Western Hotel/3499 Street Road: 10:30am • Return: 7:30pm
For more information and to make reservations call 267-549-3722.

10TH ANNUAL MULTI-GENERATIONAL
ART EXHIBITION
Bensalem Senior Center • 1850 Byberry Road • Bensalem
Opening reception April 3 • 6pm-8pm • Exhibit runs through April 30 • Important link between Bensalem Township School District and Senior Artists • For more information
call 215-638-7720.

CONGREGATIONS OF SHAARE SHAMAYIM
9768 Verree Road • Philadelphia
A Crash Course in Jewish History • Starts March 25 and continues 5 sessions • Rabbi Reuben Israel Abraham of Congregations of Shaare Shamayim shares passion of rich 4,000-year Jewish history • $12/person • Coffee and cake served 10am-10:30am followed by lesson ending at 11:30am
Annual Passover BBQ • April 13 • 6pm • $22/person adult $15/children 13 and younger • Salad, chicken, hot dogs, potatoes, matzo, cakes and fruit • For more information on all these programs and to make reservations call 215-677-1600.

ROCKLEDGE MODEL RAILROAD MUSEUM
323 Montgomery Avenue • Rockledge
Open houses second Saturday every month • April 11, May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, October 19 Accepting member apps on Thursday evenings.

OLD YORK ROAD HISTORICAL SOCIETY:
LECTURE SERIES
Abington Friends Mtg • The Barnes Room
520 Meetinghouse Road • Jenkintown
April 8 • 7:30pm • From Lyndon To Curtis Arboretum: A Panorama of Surpassing Beauty • Trace the history of Curtis Arboretum and its tow most prominent owners as it progresses from colonial agrarian age, through the Gilded Age into the 21st century • For more information call 215-886-8590.

TEMPLE BETH AMI ANNUAL PASSOVER SEDER
9201 Old Bustleton Avenue • Philadelphia
April 8 • 7pm • Celebrate 1st night of Passover • Kosher meal All are welcome • $45/members • $52/nonmembers
$32/kids (12 & younger) • For more information and to make reservations call 215-673-2511 • Payment required by April 3
Payment will not be accepted on April 8.

WASHINGTON CROSSING CARD COLLECTORS CLUB
Union Fire Company • 1396 River Road • Titusville
April 13 • 8pm • Joe Edgette presents: “The General Slocum Disaster” • Postcard auction follows • For more information call 215-598-7534 or 609-737-3555.

ANNUAL PEACEABLE KINGDOM CONFERENCE
Bucks County Community College • Rollins Center
Gallagher Room • 275 Swamp Road • Newtown
April 18 • 8:30am-3:30pm • $32/person registration includes registration fee, vegan lunch • Students register: $20/person Prominent community leaders in animal welfare, rescue science, spirituality and social justice • For more information and to register online go to
tickets.bucks.edu/peaceable-kingdom-conference.
BUCKS COUNTY LYME DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP
Middletown Municipal Bldg. • 3 Municipal Way • Langhorne April 19 • 4pm-6pm • “New Ways to Treat Lyme and Symptoms of Other Tick-Borne Diseases” presented by Marty Bacsik, PA • Open to the public • No registration required
For more information call 215-741-5902.

IVYLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: DESIGNER BAG BINGO NIGHT
Raymour & Flannigan • 427 Street Road • Southampton
April 4 • Doors open: 5:30pm • Bingo starts: 6:15pm • $25/advance tickets • $30/at the door • Tickets include 1 set of 14 Bingo Game Sheets • Snacks available for purchase
Door prizes • 50/50 Raffle • All proceeds benefit Ivyland Presbyterian Church 2020 Mission Trip • For more information and to get tickets call 215-815-0622 or email
kdipaoloot@gmail.com.

MARGARET GRUNDY MEMORIAL LIBRARY
680 Radcliffe Street • Bristol
Canal Times: Delaware Canal Photos: Old & New • April 16 6pm • Susan Taylor, Executive Director of the Friends of the Delaware Canal, presents mix of images that follow the Canal’s length from Easton to Bristol • See past pictures and learn what is happening now along the Canal • Free • To register
call 215-788-7891.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY LIBRARIES CELEBRATE ONE BOOK, ONE COUNTY
Keneseth Israel • 8339 Old York Road • Elkins Park
May 1 • 2pm • Author David Balducci speaks about his latest installment in the Amos Decker series • As a community, we will read the first in the series, Memory Man • Book sale and signing to follow • Tickets go on sale February 1 • For more information call 215-885-5180 or go to
www.montcolibraries.org.
CENTRAL BUCKS HIGH SCHOOL REUNION: CLASS OF 1958
May 2 • Luncheon at Plumsteadville Inn • For more information and to make reservations call 215-343-1142
or email drsmith524@verizon.net.

NESHAMINY ACTIVITY CENTER
1842 Brownsville Road • Trevose
Trips 2020: May 12 • Hunterdon Hills Playhouse • Lunch w/show: I Left My Dignity In My Other Purse • Hilarious comedy
June 9 • Sight & Sound: Where the Bible Comes to Life
Show: Queen Esther • Buffet meal at Hershey Farm Restaurant Deposit $25 due by 3/20/20.
September 13-23 • Alaska Cruise • Land and Sea Tour
Flyers available at Center • For more information on all trips and to register call 215-355-6967.

BRISTOL CULTURAL & HISTORICAL FOUNDATION SPONSORING NEW YORK CITY TRIP
May 30 • Jazzy Champagne Brunch Cruise around Manhattan Live jazz, extensive buffet, unlimited mimosas • Free time in Chelsea Market • $155/inclusive for BCHF members • $158 non-members • For more information and to make reservations call 215-788-4138.

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