The Courthouse Quilters Guild will celebrate its 30th anniversary Sunday, April 8.
A highlight of the meeting will be an unveiling and presentation of quilts for its 30th anniversary quilt challenge, titled “Pearls.”
Current and new members and guests are welcome to attend the monthly business meeting and view this year’s quilt pieces prepared for this special challenge. Guests pay $5.
The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will take place at the Darcy Lodge, 39 Everittstown Road, Route 513, Frenchtown, N.J.
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Amy Smith, her children, Daniel and Anna Smith, and her brother, Adam Garber, make seed bombs at Bucks County Audubon Society’s third annual Earth Day Festival on April 14. More than 400 people took advantage of Saturday’s summer-like temperatures at Honey Hollow in Solebury. More photos HERE.
Dozens of Quakertown School District teachers could not prevent the layoffs of eight of their colleagues last week.
Tinicum Township Police Department’s annual Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will also feature a simultaneous clothing drive this year.
A free and open to the public community forum on the opioid epidemic and prescription drug abuse will be held on Tuesday, May 8, at Delaware Valley University, Life Sciences Building in Doylestown.
Instead of laboring over the past, members of the Durham Historical Society are looking to the future right now and planning for approaching anniversaries in the township.
While Perkasie Borough Council approved roughly $94,000 for new playground equipment at Menlo Park Monday, it’s unclear if the park’s signature antique carousel will be open for business in May.
During the worst of the four March storms, Bedminster emergency management officials got some special help from at least two residents.
Nicole DeCicco is about to reach her goal of earning the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn.
Legislation authored by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) to increase penalties related to the stalking of minors has passed the House.
Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), in collaboration with Bucks County Children and Youth and the Bucks County Division of Human Services, was awarded funds from Pennsylvania’s Endowment Act to deliver three distinct programs aimed at reducing child sexual abuse rates in Bucks County.
Roxy Therapy dogs have been comforting children in Central Bucks School District’s elementary schools for the past 13 years, as part of their Literacy for All program.
Solebury’s Upper Voting District at the top of the township has found a new permanent polling place at the Trinity Episcopal Church at 6587 Upper York Road.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP) awarded U.S. Rep. Charles Dent the Benjamin Franklin Medal for Distinguished Achievement on behalf of Higher Education.
Doylestown Cemetery has been collecting sap from its maple trees over the winter and will offer a free demonstration of the processing of maple sap into maple syrup and sugar on April 21.
Dave Benner offers his Moss and Wildflower Garden Tours for the 44th year, beginning April 26.
The Bucks County Chapter of the Board of Associates of Fox Chase Cancer Center hosted its 21st annual art show and salewith all proceeds benefiting bladder cancer research at Fox Chase Cancer Center.
Doctors and nurses traded in their stethoscopes for spring fashion and fun during fifth annual Spring into Fashion Show.
The Bucks County Audubon Society held its third annual Earth Day Festival at Honey Hollow in New Hope
Allentown Art Museum’s Society of the Arts has directed its attention to the future and its 2018 biennial show house is HoudenHAL, a model home just west of Fogelsville.
CB South baseball dug itself out of an 8-2 hole to topple CB West, 16-9, on Friday. Titan Joey Loynd belted a pair of home runs and Jake McKeown pitched well in relief for CB South.
Justin Guidos whiffed 10 Wissahickon Trojans in five innings as Quakertown baseball mercy-ruled Wissahickon, 12-2, in six innings on Friday. The Panthers plated nine in the bottom of the first.
Palisades softball is 5-3 overall and 5-2 in the Colonial League through Tuesday. On Friday, the Pirates blasted Saucon Valley, 13-1, in five innings. Bailey Keebler knocked in five runs.
Pennridge girls’ lacrosse destroyed Wissahickon, 15-7, on Friday. Grace Loughery, who has committed to Navy, lit up the Trojans for nine goals.
Pennridge boys’ lacrosse is 6-2 overall after falling to North Penn, 6-5, in overtime on Tuesday. The Rams earned a big 8-7 double-OT win over CB West last Thursday.
Quakertown girls’ lacrosse is winless in 2018; however, the Panthers believe they’re slowly starting to mesh and form a cohesive unit.
CB West tennis is off to another fantastic start in SOL Continental play. The Bucks went 3-0 last week in the conference as they chase a five-peat.
More than 175 students competed in categories including exhibits, documentaries, websites, papers and performances in this year’s Regional Bucks and montgomery Counties’ National History Day Competition at Ursinus College.
With the nickname “Calculator,” it should come as no surprise that Sean Egan, a fifth-grader at Pfaff Elementary School, captured the individual championship in the fourth annual Quakertown School District Math 24 Tournament.
The Lotus School of Liberal Arts is moving to Harrow Station in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County.
The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania and Camp Cranium will hold the annual Run, Walk, Roll for Brain Injury on Saturday, April 21 at Tyler State Park in Newtown.
The Bucks County Horse Park’s Pink Ribbon Ride will take place on Saturday, April 21 to benefit the Breast Health Services at Lehigh Valley Health Network Patient Assistance Fund.
The gift of garnering the parts of life that one can only gain by growing old.
Celebrating National Poetry month.
An estimated 600 or so attendees got to see – and learn about – everything from solar energy, herbal medicines and an electric-powered motorcycle, to a small, eco-friendly mobile house that’s self-sufficient and off-the-grid at this year's Palisades Sustainable Living Expo.
Leeks are among the first vegetables you will find at local farmers markets now that the spring harvest season is underway.
This year’s Bucks Bacon & Beer festival will include regional whiskey, hard cider and beers.
Maureen McGovern celebrates the 45th anniversary of her theme song, “The Morning After,” with a 45th anniversary “Poseidon Adventure” Pajama Party at The RRazz Room in New Hope at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 21.
The Dryden Ensemble presents “Bach & Beyond” featuring special guest Taya König-Tarasevich on flute
“David Brahinsky and Friends” perform at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in New Hope Sunday, April 22, as part of the church’s Spring Concert Series.
The Jameson Sisters, Ellen Tapper and Terry Kane, perform Celtic music at Carversville Christian Church on April 20.
Pennsylvania Impressionist artist Jim Rodgers presents a collection of his newest paintings, beginning April 21 at the Silverman Gallery in Buckingham.
In special recognition of Parkinson’s Awareness Month this April, longtime New Hope artist, community member and Parkinson’s patient Cathy Begg with co-host and arts advocate Mandee K. Hammerstein will host a two-part, uniquely-designed, guided art class.
Gallery 14 Fine Art Photography in Hopewell, N.J., hosts an exhibition by new gallery member Dave Burwell and a show of photos by students from Princeton Day School.
Monument Bank, with locations in Doylestown and Newtown, was recognized for celebrating its 10-year charter anniversary at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PA Bankers) Group 2 meeting on April 3.
A look at how floating rate securities can affect your portfolio.
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986).
Who knew it could be so problematic to have friends? The virtual kind, that is.
Wolf administration unveils when and where medical marijuana
will be available to patients
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