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Community Events May 2022

May 2022

GREATER HATBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Hatboro Summer Night Cruise Nights
York Road/Hatboro • May thru September: 3rd Friday monthly
Family fun activities • Come show off your vintage/show car Sponsorships available • Call 215.956.9540 for more information.

TREVOSE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

Bensalem Senior Center
1850 Byberry Road • Bensalem
May 17: 7pm • “What’s the Buzz with Beekeeping” • Joe Dervan presents • Discusses the basics of Beekeeping 101 for the home gardener and how to provide for the sustainability of the honeybees
Short tutorial on how to harvest surplus honey • Open to the public Donation of $5 requested from non-members
May 21: 11am • Garden Party & Plant Sale • Front and Village Drive • Feasterville • Guests welcome • Bring lunch, desserts provided • Donations accepted • For more information to these events call 856.866.9163.

CONGREGATIONS OF
SHAARE SHAMAYIM

9768 Verree Road • Philadelphia
Men’s Club of Shaare Shamayim:
American Red Cross Blood Drive
May 15: 8:30am-1:30pm • Every donation saves up to three people Volunteer to check in people and assist where needed.
For more information call 215.677.1600.
Sisterhood of Congregations of Shaare Shamayim: Baby Shower Mitzvah Project • May 10: 7:30p.m.
Donate gift cards from area stores where clients of Jewish Family and Children’s Services can shop for their baby and toddler items. Light refreshments • For more information call 215-677-1600.
Legends: An Evening with Johnny Cash, Dean Martin & Barbra Streisand • June 12: 2pm • Seating prices: $40/general • Reserved & Aisle/$54 • patron/$100 • Proof of vaccination, social distancing & masking required • for more information call 215.677.1600.

BRISTOL CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATION: HISTORY OF BURLINGTON ISLAND

321 Cedar Street • Bristol Borough
Cruise to Charleston and Bermuda
June 1-12 • Sail from Cape Liberty, NJ
Rates range $1,577 to $2,387 pp double.
Fully Escorted “Holy Lands & Aegean Majesty” Cruise • October 6-17, 2023 featuring 10 ports of call. • Rates, incl. airfare range from $4,198 to $7,998 pp double. • For detailed flyers call 215-788-9408

JUST PAINTER LOCAL ARTISTS EXHIBIT

Tamanend Park Carriage House
1255 Second Street Pike
May 14: 9am-3pm • Original paintings in watercolor, oil pastel & acrylic • Portfolio paintings, prints & cards for sale • Shop, browse, enjoy • Refreshments served • For more information call 215.357.9004.

WARMINSTER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

William Tennent Auditorium
333 Centennial Rd. Warminster
May 21: 8pm • “Scandinavian Sojourn” with Special Guest: Holly Gash, Soprano Musical tour of Norway, Finland, Sweden & Denmark Includes Peer Gynt Suite, Helios Overture, Karelia Suite and the world’s most popular march, Entry March of the Boyars • Holly Gash will recreate the role of the famed “Swedish Nightingale,” Jenny Lind • Tickets: $22 in advance • $25 at the door • $10 for students Purchase tickets at John Cryan Jewelers or M & H Custom Framing & Gallery • For more information call 215.672.9650.

KEITH HOUSE AT GRAEME PARK

859 County Line Road • Horsham
300th Birthday Party • May 21 • 10am-6pm • Big day of music, dance, food and beer trucks • Living history, hearth cooking demos, house tours • Kids’ activities • $10/car • For more information call 215.343.0965 • Raindate: May 22.

WARMINSTERARTS & BARKS FEST

Warminster Community Park
350 East Bristol Road • Warminster
May 22: 11am-3pm • Vendors, Crafters, Food Trucks, Animal Rescues, Entertainment and more! • For more information and to reserve a display table call Amanda Gershanek at 215.294.7315.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF HILLTOWN TOWNSHIP SPEAKER PROGRAM:

13 W. Creamery Road & Rt. 113
Silverdale, 18962
Old Villages of Hilltown • May 25: 7pm
Using 19th century photos, Bill Stahl will explore the long-ago villages along the old Hilltown Pike • Ivan Jurin will present lost villages such as Pennville and will explain how Dublin and Silverdale became independent boroughs. Bob Moyer of Blooming Glen will speak on his experiences • Free • Donations appreciated.
Historical Society Open House • June 4: 11am-4pm • 407 Keystone Drive & Bethlehem Pike • Sellersville, 18960
Bonny Forbes presents work of U.S. Sanitary Commission during Civil War • Commission solely civilian and volunteer organization, assisted U.S. federal military in providing medical supplies, food and clothing as needed • Rallied families at home to provide donations for basic clothing and sundries needed by soldiers.
Free event • For more information call 267.614.9174 • Rain date: Sunday, June 5: 11am-4pm.

“GRAB & GROW” SEED STARTER KITS

Margaret R. Grundy Library • 610 Radcliffe Street • Bristol • Grundy Museum, Grundy Library & Pennsbury Manor providing seed starter kits for all ages • Contains everything needed to start beans, cucumbers, basil, sunflowers, zinnias, pumpkins • Also plant growth chart, coloring bookmark, boof reading list, historical gardening info and more • Kits available curbside at Grundy Library • Call during regular Library hours • For more information call 215.788.7891.

CELESTIA’S CHORUS: TRAVEL THE USA IN “SONG”

Supplee Presbyterian Church • 855 E. Welsh Road • Maple Glen June 4: 3pm • Variety of music • Meghan McGinty, Director • Free admission • Light refreshments, raffle baskets • For more information call 215.646.2419.

CENTENNIAL SINGERS: CONCERT

Log College Middle School • 730 Norristown Road • Warminster June 4: 7:30pm • Variety of music, free cookies at intermission,
raffle baskets

ABINGTON CHAPTER: COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS

Grace Presbyterian church • 444 York Road • Jenkintown • First Monday each month: 7pm • Support group for bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents • For more information call Lisa @ 215.485.0248 or Ginnie @ 215.840.5535.

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