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Saturday, May 25th
The public is invited to join the Historical Society of Montgomery County at the free Memorial Day Observance at the Historic Montgomery Cemetery, One Hartranft Avenue, West Norriton, PA, on Saturday, May 25. The program will begin at 11 a.m. at the gatehouse and conclude with light refreshment around 1 p.m. The observance, which will be held outdoors, includes wreath laying, military re-enactors and more. Walking to visit the gravesites is necessary. The Cemetery is the resting place of over 400 veterans including five Civil War generals. Artifacts will be on display at the Aderman Gatehouse.
Friday, May 31st
Enjoy a night of illusion and joy at the nonprofit Magic Show titled "King of Hearts." Intended for all ages, it is held in honor of recently deceased magician Rich Jean Mach. His son will be hosting the event with the help of the Spread the Magic Foundation, an organization dedicated to assisting children battling cancer. Held on May 31st between 7 and 9pm, it will host two very talented and sought after magicians: Chad Juros and Marc DeSouza. Both individuals are generously donating their time to the cause. The show will be held at the Eisenhower Science and Technology Leadership Academy, formally known as Eisenhower Middle School, which is located at 1601 Markley St, Norristown PA 19401. For tickets and further information, please visit: http://kingofhearts.brownpapertickets.com/
Friday, May 31st-June 15th
Cyrano de Bergerac is a poet and expert duelist. He falls in love with the fair Roxane, but is ashamed to court her because of his huge nose. Instead, he pens love letters for the handsome, but dull-witted, Christian, to win her hand for him. Will Cyrano succeed? Will Roxane learn her love’s true identity? To know the outcome, you must come to see this enduring classic love story. Join DCP Theatre as we celebrate our 62nd season of non-professional theatre! Thurs, Fri, and Sat shows at 8pm, Sun shows at 2pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and children.
795 Ridge Road, Telford, PA 18969 or find out more at www.dcptheatre.com or call 215-234-0966.
Saturday, June 1st
The Historical Society of Hilltown Township presents, at the circa 1840s Hartzel-Strassburger Homestead, an interpretative program entitled: “The Public House of the 1820s”, presented by the W.S. Hancock Society of Montgomery County. Experience how the Public House of the early 19th Century offered refreshments and accommodations to those traveling through Bucks County, as well as serving as gathering places for the local inhabitants to meet and deal in commerce.
During this program, visitors will be able to:
Talk with the Tavern Keeper and take part in some good cheer and discussions at the Inn about local gossip and politics of the day.
Learn about cooking, baking and preparing a meal for the Inn. Meet the village minister and learn about religion and worship of the early 19th century, then participate in a Sunday Church service of the time. Witness how disputes between gentlemen were settled by a duel.
Saturday, June 1, 2013, 9-5 and Sunday, June 2, 2013 10-4
Cost: $3.00 per person, under 12 Free
407 Keystone Drive & Bethlehem Pike, Sellersville, Pa. 18960
For moreinformation: 267-614-9174
Saturday, June 1st
Saturday, June 1st
10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
New Goshenhoppen UCC'S Strawberry Festival
Goshenhoppen Park, Third St. in East Greenville
Raises money for the Sunday School department!
“New Item” Auction begins at 10:00 a.m.
Children’s Games and Face Painting begins at 1:00 p.m., with a Magician –Jason Stives- at 3:00 p.m.
A Petting Zoo will be set-up from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m, and the Red Hill Band will perform at 5:00 p.m. Plenty of food and ice-cream served in the Dining Hall beginning at 12:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 1st
*FREE event – 9:30am starts with donuts & coffee and ends with finger food & light refreshments.-
Come out – enjoy, celebrate & help us to preserve history for future generations!
During this program, visitors will be able to talk with Sally and Mrs. William Tennent. Not another boring oratory of facts but lively portrayals.
Something for all ages. Interact with legends from our past. “Sally” as the daughter of Benjamin Franklin will tell you stories about her life and little known facts about her famous father. Hear what she calls ‘his secret weapon with women’; his first experiment with a kite – not the famous story; why he briefly became a vegetarian; his air baths, gossip and politics of the day to include what learned men said ‘women only needed to know’. and so much more.
Learn about the Ben’s relationship with William Tennent and about the Tennent House from Mrs. William Tennent. She will tell us about how Princeton University was regarded as a successor to Tennent’s Log College. How a humble man from Scotland, ordained in the church of Ireland was part of the beginning of the “New Awakening”.
A fun day of history at THE FUGE. Sit in the seats where the astronauts trained who went to the moon. A tour is provided after the end of the program.
*Donations accepted to help with the restoration of the Tennent House
780 Falcon Court, Warminster, PA 18974
Sunday, June 2nd
Bally Sportsmen’s Club,
The Bally Sportsmen’s Association will hold a “Junior Shoot” for ages 16 and under. Categories will include BB Gun for children age 8 and under; Pellet Gun for children age 13 and under; and 22 Caliber for children age 16 and under. Prizes will be awarded to the winner. Guns and ammunition will be provided by the Club. Non-members are welcome. For directions to the Club, call 610-845-3251.
Saturday, June 22nd
3rd Annual WENTZ’S UCC GARDEN TOUR:
Saturday June 22 9am-3pm
Stroll through beautiful select gardens of the Perkiomen Valley. Tour at your own pace and see a lovely variety of landscape designs. Enjoy a gourmet boxed lunch with a delightful tour of the Historic Pennypacker Mansion and walk back in time at a gorgeous Worcester Farm. See award winning gardens and join us for a wonderful day with friends….
Tickets $15.00 Boxed Lunch $10.00
For more details: www.WentzsUCC.org
Rain or Shine
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 25th & June 26th