BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ANNUAL MISSIONARY CONFERENCE
1717 Street Road • Southampton
October 15: 7pm • October 16: 7pm • October 17: 9:30am, 10:45am, & 2pm • Keynote speaker: Steve Herzig (Friends of Israel) • For more information call 215-355-7264 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BRISTOL CULTURAL & HISTORICAL FOUNDATION: HISTORIC BRISTOL DAY
Lions Park Gazebo, along 200 & 300 blocks of Radcliffe Street
October 16 • 9:45am-4pm • Assorted activities • Free Covid-19 vaccinations • Bristol Day Car Show • Honoring first Responders including military, police, firefighters, EMTs and frontline workers • Presentation of colors U.S. Paratrooper 82nd Airborne guard • Boat Show by Mid-Atlantic chapter of Antique & Classic Boat Society at Bristol Wharf • House & Garden Tour • Minimum donation: $5/pp More information at www.bristolhistory.org.
BUCKS FOOD TRUCK FEST: CAR SHOW, LIVE MUSIC, COOL CUISINE
350 East Bristol Road • Warminster
October 17: 11am-3pm • Family fun event • Bring blanket and enjoy live music, vendors, crafters, food trucks and more
Car Show proceeds toward local animal rescue.
BAGS N’ BLING BINGO: NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP
James E. Kinney Senior Center • 165 Township Road • Richboro
November 5: 6pm doors open • 7pm games start • $30/ticket • $35 at the door • Playing for Fabulous Designer Purses & Premier Designs Jewelry • For more information call 215-357-8199.
BRISTOL RIVERSIDE THEATRE CULTURAL PASS & COLLECTION: GRUNDY LIBRARY
680 Radcliffe Street • Bristol
Library and BRT announce vouchers for free tickets during the Main Stage season • Must be either a member of Grundy Library or Bucks County Free Library in good standing • First come first serve • Subject to availability at BRT • For more information contact the library at 215-788-7891.
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 • No dogs permitted on Grange grounds • www.wrightstownfarmersmarket.org.
BRISTOL CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
Bus Trip: Mt. Hope Estate • Holiday Dinner-Theatre • Manheim, PA • November 29 • $112/person BCHF members / $115 non-members • For more information and to make reservations call 215-788-9408.
SOUTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY
947 Street Road • Southampton
Virtual Music & Motion w/Ms. Nancy • October 18 & 25: 10:30am • Ages birth and up • Parent-child program
Come Play Mah Jongg! • October 20 & 27: 1pm • All Levels Welcome • Bring Mah Jongg set and card if you have one
Mad Science: Dry Ice Capades • October 23: 11am • Children introduced to scientific concepts of phase changes and states of matter • Witness dry ice & the spectacular “smoke”
it creates • Ages 7+
A Night w/Poe in the Park • October 28: 7pm • Pavilion Number 1 in Tamanend Park • Listen to John Dern, Temple professor, give dramatic readings of “The Raven,” “The Black Cat” and more • Registration required • Register for events at
BEN WILSON SENIOR CENTER
Needs Volunteers to pick up food at local restaurants and food stores for distribution to needy families in our reading area. Please call Amanda at 215-284-7238 to help. Food deprivation is a real thing in our community. You can make a difference. Thank you!