Please check this section every month as events and activities open up onsite. For now, go to websites and social media spots to learn what’s happening with your favorite clubs and organizations. You can see that most libraries are alive and well, and open (online) with lots of good stuff to do! Have fun…
SOUTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY
Tamanend Park Story Stroll • 1255 2nd Street Pike • Southampton
June 14: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle • Located on paved path between bird blind and farmhouse across from Carriage House
Tails & Tales Summer Quest Kick Off Week • June 19-June 26 • Qualify to win prizes by registering at
Southampton.Beanstack.org OR by picking up paper log at library this week • Prizes include Longwood Garden tickets, Philadelphia Union tickets, autographed Eagles picture and more Must come to library to enter ticket into drawing
Afternoon Book Club • June 21 • 1pm • The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Richardson • Meeting held in library Save the Aquarium Escape Room • June 25, June 26 • 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm • Sea creatures have escaped and you need to find the keys to help return them to their correct tanks • In-person room for ages 12 and up, including adults
1 registration per time period • Each escape room limited to 5 people • Register online
Traveling Tales – A Visit to Utah’s Mighty 5 national parks & the Grand Canyon • June 30 • 2pm • Get tips on what to see, where to hike, where to stay and good places to eat • In-person program limited to 20 people • Register online • For more information on all these programs and more call 215-322-1415.
CONGREGATIONS OF SHAARE SHAMAYIM
9768 Verree Road • Philadelphia
Men’s Club hosting virtual Beef & Beer • June 17: 6:30pm Inquirer sports columnist, Mike Sielski speaks • Participate in comfort of your own home • Lively discussion about your favorite teams • BYOB • $18/person • For more information, etc.
NEWTOWN THEATRE: SPEAKEASY MOVIE SERIES
Speakeasy Movie Series featuring four classic films and selection of high-quality adult beverages • Sneak down theatre driveway, enter back door using password 1906 • Tickets include movie, small popcorn, two alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks • Must be 21 or older to attend • Tickets: $40/per person • Available online using secret code 1906 • June 18: Knives Out • For more information go to manager@the newtowntheatre.com.
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ONLINE EDUCATION
Fourth Wednesday in June • Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body • June 23, 4-5pm • Register for classes online alz.org/crf
or call 800-272-3900.
BUCKS COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING PRESENTS BUCKS COUNTY SENIOR GAMES
Lots of fun events, all outdoors plus some virtual games/events • Age eligibility 50+ • Games June 7-19 • Please register at
http//events.constantcontact.com/register/event? •For more questions call 267-880-5755.
GRUNDY MUSEUM EVENT: TAKEOUT LUNCH
610 Radcliffe Street • Bristol
Takeout Lunch • June 26 • Curbside Pick-up: 11:30am-1pm Program designed to welcome guests back to Museum and its grounds • Fundraiser for 2021 Can Do More Campaign • Meal choices provided by King George II Inn and Golden Eagle Dine $30/adult • $15/children • River-level Grundy park open for picnicking • Bring blanket or chairs • To purchase reservation https://www.grundly museum.org or call 215-962-6627.
HEALTHLINK DENTAL CLINIC CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY
Clinic provides free dental services to qualifying residents of Bucks and Montgomery Counties • Including exams, x-rays, cleanings, extractions and root canals • For more information visit healthlinkdental.org or call 215-364-4247.
BRISTOL CULTURAL & HISTORICAL FOUNDATION BUS TRIP
“Autumn Leaf” excursion on Wilmington & Western Railroad October 20 • Travel through Delaware’s Red Clay Valley
3-course luncheon at Chadds Ford Inn • Leave Grundy Arena, 475 Beaver Street, Bristol Borough: 10a.m. • Return: 6pm
$115 for BCHF members • Non-members: $118 • For details and reservations call 215-781-8591 • Reservations close on September 15 or earlier based on demand.
WRIGHTSTOWN FARMERS MARKET
Middletown Grange, 576 Penns Park Road, Newtown, PA
Every Saturday thru Nov. 20 • Rain or shine • 9am – 12 noon • 30+ vendors • Market specializes in fresh and locally harvested produce, prepared foods, sweets, fresh soups, mushrooms, local seafood, artisan breads, coffee, honey, ice cream, fresh lemonade, gluten free and vegan treats, olive oils, wine, nut butters, pickles, hand crafted soaps, dog bones and more • Live music • Masks required • No dogs permitted on Grange grounds • www.wrightstownfarmersmarket.org.