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Through the generosity of the Levittown-Bristol Kiwanis Club, the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, is offering museum passes to local cultural sites for patron check-out and enjoyment. Museum passes available in 2018 include the following cultural attractions:

  • The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University: admits two adults and five children
  • Battleship New Jersey: admits two adults and three children
  • The Bucks County Children’s Museum: admits six people
  • Elmwood Park Zoo: admits two adults and six children
  • Glencairn Museum: admits six people
  • Grounds for Sculpture: admits four adults
  • Independence Seaport Museum: admits two adults and four children
  • Morris Arboretum: admits two adults and four children
  • Museum of the American Revolution: admits two adults and four children
  • The National Constitution Center: two adults and four children

With a library card in good standing, museum passes can be reserved and picked up the same day. For details on the museum pass program, or to check availability, call the Library at 215.788.7891; visit the Library online at

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Saturday, March 10th at 10 a.m. —The Levittown Library is hosting a free lecture on “Stories from The Appalachian Trail.” Come hear from a hiker who has accomplished the famous Appalachian Trail not once but twice AND in each direction!  Hiker and Author, Lauralee Bliss, will share stories and pictures from her 4,000 mile journey. This presentation will inspire you to reach for your hiking dreams, whatever they might be. Presented free to the public by the Friends of the Levittown Library, 7311 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA 19055

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Lioness Bunco Bash —Saturday March 24 at United Christian Church Hall, 8525 New

Falls Rd., Levittown, PA. Doors open 12 o’clock, game starts at 1 pm. Admission $20.00 (Big Prize Fund) Will go over how game is played. Reservations call Loretta DeLisso


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The Friends of the Yardley Makefield Library will present the following FREE (limited seating) community programs at Yardley-Makefield Library, 1080 Edgewood Road, Yardley, PA:


Everyone’s a Movie Critic /Saturday, March 3rd from 2pm-3pm —In today’s media landscape, the film critic is ubiquitous.  KYW newsradio’s film critic Bill Wine will lead a discussion of the movie critic’s form and function—as well as the pitfalls, perks, the rigors and rewards of seeing virtually every new movie, then reporting one’s responses and perceptions. After a fascinating presentation, there will be Trivia game to test your movie knowledge.  Be sure to join us for this fun program.


Around the World in 22 Songs! / SATURDAY, March 17 from 2pm-3pm —In this program, Marc Sherman, a bandleader, pianist and vocalist, through song, commentary and singing in various languages, will explore the rich diversity of music in cultures and countries around the world.  Marc will begin his program in America, travel to the Caribbean, Central and South America, then across the ocean to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and finally back to the U.S.A.

Visit / Email:

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Join us for the 4th annual Run for Woods 5K and 1-Mile Fun Walk at Woods Services in Langhorne on Saturday, May 5, 2018. This inspiring event raises more than $200,000 each year for the children and adults with special challenges who are served by Woods. This event is open to all ages and athletic abilities including people with and without disabilities as they come together to raise funds for Woods. The local community, family and friends of Woods are invited to participate by running, walking, or rolling (strollers and wheelchairs welcome!) in this award-winning family friendly event! The Run/Walk will be followed by a delicious lunch provided by Carraba’s Italian Grill and Outback Steakhouse. Register today at!

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Pancake Breakfast at Saint Michael The Archangel Church Hall, Levittown, Sunday March 25th from 9 AM-2 PM. All you can eat pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, oatmeal with fresh fruit , coffee, tea and juice. $2.00 off regular price of breakfast if you bring (per person) a new personal care item (ex. shampoo, deodorant, towel, tooth paste) for donation to Levittown Homeless Shelter.

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Middletown Township Parks & Recreation Department in partnership with local artists will host the Arts & Culture Festival on February 17, 2018.  The event is located at the Community Park Barn located at the Middletown Community Park on 2600 Langhorne Yardley Road, Langhorne PA 19047.    The event is a great opportunity for the community to connect with local artists, view their work, and purchase work from the artists directly.  Proceeds from the event will go towards the fundraising effort in the community to build a new skate park at the Community Park.

Along with artists selling work, there will be art demonstrations, poetry readings, raffles, food and live music.  Fran Drummond, a local resident who does air brush painting for NHL goalie masks will be doing demonstrations and painting skateboard decks to be raffled off. Representatives from the Skate Park Committee will also be there with information about the ongoing fundraising efforts and prospective skate park design. The event provides a great opportunity for the artists in our community to show and sell their work while supporting a great cause.

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Bolton Mansion, a 17th century house on the National Historic Registry, will hold its first Open House of the season on Saturday, March 10, from 1-4 p.m.  Cost is $5 for ages 13 and older and free for children 12 and under.  No registration is required.  To learn more about Bolton Mansion, go to our Facebook page at “Historic Bolton Mansion” or visit

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Join the Friends of the Delaware Canal on Saturday, March 24 for their annual spring Lunch and Walk.  The 5.75-mile long guided tour will explore the most northern reaches of the Canal with a stop for a gourmet pizza lunch at Sette Luna in the City of Easton. The walk will begin at 10 a.m. at Wy-Hit-Tuk Park. The entrance drive is located at 575 South Delaware Drive (Route 611), Easton, PA 18042.

Walkers will begin their adventure with a glimpse of the scenic “Monet” bridge and then follow the towpath northward as it hugs the Delaware River to the Forks of the Delaware. At the Forks, the Lehigh River flows into the Delaware River and feeds the Delaware Canal. Learn  about the Lehigh River dam and why a fish ladder was built at this location. The Canal bypass, guard lock, wicket shanty and weigh lock will all be on view, as well as the stone arch opening to the Morris Canal in New Jersey.

From the Forks, hikers will cross the bridge into Easton and head into town for a gourmet lunch at Sette Luna.  The menu will include Caesar salad and a generous variety of gourmet pizzas and beverages. After lunch, hikers will head back to Wy-Hit-Tuk Park, enjoying homemade cookies along the way..

A donation of $25 is requested, and reservations are required.  Please call 215-862-2021 or email no later than March 17.  If the weather is uncooperative, participants will not be walking, but will meet at Sette Luna at noon for lunch and conversation.

The Friends of the Delaware Canal is an independent, not-for-profit organization working to restore, preserve, and improve the Delaware Canal and its surroundings.  Its primary goals are to ensure that the Canal is fully watered from Easton to Bristol and that the towpath trail is useable over its entire length.

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Carriage House Art Show & Sale in Tamanend Park on1255 Second St Pike Southampton, Pa 18966. To be held on Saturday March 17th & Sunday March 18th from 10 am-4 pm. For more info call Linda Storione 215-570-4594

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Master Gardener Mike Gordon will present a program, “Planting A Spring Vegetable Garden” at the Levittown Library, 7311 New Falls Road on Saturday, March 24th at 1 PM. The program is free and sponsored by the Friends of the Library. A courtesy e-mail of your attendance to would be appreciated.

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You’re invited to join us for the fourth year of the Grundy Walking Club in Bristol Borough. Enjoy the health benefits of walking and learn about the town’s rich history as you cover a one-mile route within Bristol’s Historic District. The Club meets at 1:00 pm on the second and fourth Tuesday at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, beginning March 13, 2018; walkers are encouraged to bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes, shoes, and sunscreen. As an incentive to healthy living, participants who take part in the walking club are eligible to enter a drawing for a free activity tracker. For more information, or to register for the walking club, visit, or call 215.788.7891.

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The Bensalem Senior Center, 1850 Byberry Road, Bensalem, will host the 8th Annual Multi-Generational Art Exhibition along with the Bensalem Township School District.  The opening reception will be on Friday, April 13, 2018, from 6 to 8 p.m.  The exhibition will run from Monday, April 2 through Thursday, April 26, 2018. This event is an important link between the Bensalem Township School District and the community. It provides the seniors at the Center an opportunity to see the fine work of the Bensalem art students and it gives the students an opportunity to show their work with the senior artists. All are welcome. Admission is free. For more information, please call 215-638-7720, or


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