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May
29
Fri
REV indoor cycling + fitness Grand Opening Weekend @ REV indoor cycling + fitness studio
May 29 @ 9:00 am – May 31 @ 11:00 am

Join us on our Grand Opening Weekend at the Premier fitness studio in the suburbs!

Reserve your spot today! When you register an account you will be credited 3 Free classes for the weekend!

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Check us out of Facebook for behind the scene videos of our studio – we hope to see you at our Grand Opening weekend!

May
30
Sat
An Enemy of the People @ Bristol Riverside Theatre
May 30 all-day

When one man’s quest to do right is at odds with the interests of his community, ethics are pitted against economics. Join us for Henrik Ibsen’s explosive drama, An Enemy of the People. Ringing with contemporary resonance as headlines debate the thin line between whistleblower and traitor, this play asks us just what is best for the common good. Our protagonist Dr. Stockmann discovers a possible toxic contamination endangering the town’s sole industry. His brother, the Mayor, launches a counter attack that threatens to tear their community—and family—apart. Sometimes “the strongest man in the world is the man who stands most alone.”

by HENRIK IBSEN

translated by BRIAN JOHNSTON and RICK DAVIS

Directed by Susan D. Atkinson

Bucks County ArtFest @ Visit Bucks County
May 30 all-day

Bucks County ArtFest

Come see the beauty of Bucks County displayed by area artists and photographers during Bucks County ArtFest!

The rotating art exhibit at the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem will expand from the theater into the main gallery May 7 through June 19, 2015 for the event.

See a variety of work from artists and photographers throughout the region.

Northampton, Lehigh, and Bucks County Over 52 Baseball League
May 30 all-day
Join the teams from Northampton, Lehigh, and Bucks County in the new Over 52 Baseball League
This is an MSBL Saturday League which begins play in 2015.
For more information, contact Dr. Howard Bloom at 215.322.1300 or email
smoothchiro@yahoo.com
Strawberry Festival @ Oasis Family Farm
May 30 @ 10:30 am – May 31 @ 4:00 pm

Strawberry Festival

MAY 30th & MAY 31st
10:30am-4:00pm
 
STRAWBERRIES FOREVER!

  • NO U-PICK
  • Farm fresh strawberries 
  • Strawberry shortcake
  • Strawberry rhubarb pies
  • Strawberry ice cream
  • Chocolate covered strawberries
  • Strawberry fudge
ACTIVITIES FOR THE KIDS:

  • Wagon rides
  • Sand art 
  • Craft activities
  • Pie eating contest
  • & more!

– Wear red & get $2 off entry to the FunZone!

Reservations not required but strongly encouraged.  RSVP on our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/821195617916038/
Oasis Family Farm
3 Circle Dr
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
(609)-259-7300
www.oasisfamilyfarm.com
Mike the Knight’s Musical Playdate @ Sesame Place
May 30 @ 11:30 am – May 31 @ 6:00 pm

Driven by his passion to help others and, along the way, be the best knight he can be, Mike the Knight embarks on an enchanting and interactive adventure that’s perfect for the whole family. With a little help from his friend Squirt the dragon and his wizard-in-training sister Evie, Mike leads the charge through daunting challenges and unexpected encounters. Join Mike the Knight as he embarks on this musical playdate adventure!

Oscar’s Very Grouchy Birthday Party @ Sesame Place
May 30 @ 12:00 pm – May 31 @ 8:00 pm

Calling all grouches!  Oscar wants to celebrate his Very Grouchy Birthday with all of you. Get ready to sing, dance and dine with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends as they celebrate Oscar and all things grouchy.  Enjoy a buffet meal and a special “dirt dessert” that only a grouch could love.Oscars Bday

Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition @ Phillips Mill
May 30 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition runs May 24 through June 21.

Winter Woods, a photo by Barbara Warren, is one of 128 images chosen for the Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition from May 24 through June 21.

For a month-long stint, the 128 photos chosen to be showcased as part of the 23rd annual Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition represent every theme, idea and concept imaginable.

Held May 24-June 21, the exhibition features a vast array of images that jurors selected from a pool of 467 photos submitted. In all, approximately 300 photographers entered their work for consideration.

This year’s event is being juried by Paul Grecian, of Quakertown, Wendy Paton, of Lambertville, N.J. and Rick Smith, of Philadelphia.

Photographer Barbara Warren, of Yardley, has been submitting her work to the show for the last 15 years and said she continues to do so because “it’s kind of a unique show.”

“It doesn’t have a theme,” she said. “It just focuses on the photographers as artists and photos as art.”

The exhibition provides “a lot of freedom” for its entrants, she said.

The show has plenty to offer – even for non-photographers, Warren said.

“If you’re interested in photography at all it’s a great way to see a very wide selection of styles and techniques,” said Warren, adding that photographs range from “traditional to avant garde.” “You get a good introduction to photography.”

The Phillips Mill Photography Exhibition is an-all volunteer effort. Buckingham photographer Randy Bye said he began helping with the organizational aspects in order to keep the show thriving.

“I think that photography in the area is popular and important and I like to see a local show do well,” Bye said of his continued involvement. “It’s really difficult to keep these kinds of things going. We’ve managed to do it … It’s really a labor of love.”

Bye, a commercial photographer focused on buildings and architecture, has been working as a photographer since his high school days in 1968. He will be showing his image of an igloo-shaped building photographed in Alaska. Warren, a wedding photographer who also shoots landscapes and abstract images, will be exhibiting four images, including two called “winter woods.”

If you go

The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition will be held May 24-June 21. The exhibit will be open Wednesdays through Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. The mill, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is at 2619 River Road (Route 32) in New Hope. For additional information, visit www.phillipsmill.org or call 215-262-6064.

Admission is $5 for adults; and $2.50 for senior citizens and students. All work on exhibit is available for purchase.

The exhibition is being chaired by Claudia Davis, a photographer based in Ottsville who specializes in unique portraiture.

Once On This Island Jr @ RES
May 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

ONCE ON THIS ISLAND JR.presented by Acting Naturally is a feast for the heart, mind, and soul. This theatrical Caribbean adaptation of the popular fairy tale The Little Mermaid garnered eight Tony nominations for its Broadway run. With non-stop song and dance, the Story Tellers tell the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. The Gods sing and dance as they puppeteer their lives in this family friendly, upbeat Caribbean musical on Saturday, November 15th at 7:00pm 125 Upper Holland Road, Richboro Pa 18954

My Favorite Year (The Musical) at ActorsNET @ The Heritage Center
May 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

A musical comedy with a heart of gold! It’s 1954, and young Benjy Stone is realizing his life-long dream of writing for television, working as a freshman writer on TV’s most popular comedy show: King Kaiser’s Comedy Cavalcade. Life is crazy but exhilarating, and just when he thought it couldn’t get any more interesting, Benjy is assigned as chaperone (read: babysitter) to swashbuckling veteran Hollywood star, Alan Swann. Swann has been Benjy’s movie idol and inspiration since he was a child. Benjy was raised by a single mother, and used to fantasize about Swann being his real father. It’s a dream come true, until he meets the real Swann and realizes that life is much more complicated than it ever looks in the movies.

STARRING
Alex Smyk as Benjy Stone
George Hartpence as Alan Swann
Steve Lobis as King Kaiser
COSTARRING (alphabetically)
Susan Blair, Susan Fowler, Elizabeth Rzasa
and, (alphabetically)
George Agalias, James Cordingley, Jeff Dworkin,
Kimmy Graham, Marco Newton, Steve Pié
FEATURING , (alphabetically)
Evan Bilinski, James Flint, Chris Learn, Connor Learn,
Jessica Mousley, Emily O’Sullivan, Heather Parton,
Hayley Rubins-Topoleski, Maryalice Rubins-Topoleski,
Joy Woffindin

Performing May 29- June 14
Weekend 1:
Fri 5/29 at 8
Sat 5/30 at 8
Sun 5/31 at 2

Weekend 2:
Thurs 6/4 at 8
Fri 6/5 at 8
Sat 6/6 at 8
Sun 6/7 at 2

Weekend 3:
Thurs 6/11 at 8
Fri 6/12 at 8
Sat 6/13 at 2
Sat 6/13 at 8
Sun 6/14 at 2


 

 

 

Karaoke@ The Clubhouse Bar & Grill in Newtown @ The Clubhouse Bar & Grill 501 S. State Street Newtown, PA 18940 215 -860-5566
May 30 @ 9:00 pm – 1:00 am

http://www.clubhousenewtown.com/

Sing KARAOKE with In The Mix at THE CLUBHOUSE! @ Clubhouse Bar
May 30 @ 9:00 pm – May 31 @ 1:00 am

Sing KARAOKE with In The Mix at THE CLUBHOUSE!

In The Mix Karaoke will be at the Clubhouse every Saturdayday from 9P-1A! Be the star and sing some of your favorite hits while enjoying great food and drink specials.

The Clubhouse has GREAT FOOD and GREAT DRINK SPECIALS!

SPECIALS: Wine and Three Olive Drink Specials!

Comedy Show at Georgine’s Restaurant @ Bristol, PA
May 30 @ 9:30 pm – 12:00 am

3 Top Comedians Every Week!
New Comedians featured from New York, Philadelphia & Los Angeles
Longest running Comedy Club in the Philadelphia region
$15.00 per person All tickets purchased at the door with a reservation

Karaoke @ Lime Light Restaurant, 812 N. Easton Rd., Doylestown, PA
May 30 @ 10:00 pm – 2:00 am

Karaoke with Debbie every Saturday night from 10:00 pm until 2:00am

May
31
Sun
An Enemy of the People @ Bristol Riverside Theatre
May 31 all-day

When one man’s quest to do right is at odds with the interests of his community, ethics are pitted against economics. Join us for Henrik Ibsen’s explosive drama, An Enemy of the People. Ringing with contemporary resonance as headlines debate the thin line between whistleblower and traitor, this play asks us just what is best for the common good. Our protagonist Dr. Stockmann discovers a possible toxic contamination endangering the town’s sole industry. His brother, the Mayor, launches a counter attack that threatens to tear their community—and family—apart. Sometimes “the strongest man in the world is the man who stands most alone.”

by HENRIK IBSEN

translated by BRIAN JOHNSTON and RICK DAVIS

Directed by Susan D. Atkinson

Bucks County ArtFest @ Visit Bucks County
May 31 all-day

Bucks County ArtFest

Come see the beauty of Bucks County displayed by area artists and photographers during Bucks County ArtFest!

The rotating art exhibit at the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem will expand from the theater into the main gallery May 7 through June 19, 2015 for the event.

See a variety of work from artists and photographers throughout the region.

7th Annual Yard Sale to Remember!
May 31 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
7th Annual Yard Sale to Remember! @ Warrington | Pennsylvania | United States

7th Annual Yard Sale to Remember!

Join us on Saturday & Sunday, May 30th & 31st, from 7:00am – 3:00pm . . . Rain or Shine!

806 Philadelphia Ave, Warrington PA 18976

100% of all sales go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association – we don’t keep a penny!

We have a little bit of everything, all donated from the community, sorted and priced to sell!

Just a few things we have:
Books, DVDs, CDs
LOTS of Furniture
Home Decor – lamps, wall art, candles, etc.
Linens, linens, and more linens
Purses, wallets, and shoes – Oh my!
Kids toys & kids clothes
Bric-a-Brac, Knick knacks, and assorted Chotchkies
AND SO MUCH MORE!

We accept Cash, Debit & Credit cards.

Visit www.thebccrew.org for more info!

Historic Tours of Cairnwood Estate @ Cairnwood Estate
May 31 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Guided tours of Cairnwood Estate reveal the personal history of this grand Beaux Arts country house designed by the renowned architectural firm, Carrère and Hastings. Cairnwood was built by John Pitcairn, a Scottish immigrant and cofounder of Pittsburgh Plate Glass who acquired his wealth investing in Pennsylvania coal, oil, and natural gas in the 1870s.  John, his wife Gertrude, and their family lived in the house from its completion in 1895 until John’s death in 1916. Tour participants discover the private side of the family and its integral role in founding the Bryn Athyn community. Tours include visiting the garden house, the main house, the chapel, servant’s wing, and the carriage house collections.

Cairnwood is open for Guided Historic Tours

  • Tours twice daily Tuesday-Sunday at 10am & 11am; closed Mondays
  • Reservations Recommended. Phone: 215.947.2004 Ex 33
  • Group Tours at 10AM. Reservations Required
  • Adults: $10; Seniors: $8; Students: $6
  • Duration: 90 minutes

Garden House Gift Shop Hours: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Sunday Brunch @ La Stalla Restaurant
May 31 @ 10:30 am – 2:30 pm

Adults: $19.95 – Kids: $12.95
Village of Newtown South Shopping Center | 18 Swamp Road | Newtown PA 18940 | p: 215-579-8301 | f: 215-579-8304
http://www.lastallarestaurant.com/printableCalendar.php

Auditions Teen Youth Company ages 13-18 @ MUMC
May 31 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Auditions Teen Youth Company ages 13-18
Acting Naturally will hold open auditions for their Teen Youth Company. Actors must be 13 prior to September 1, 2014 to qualify. Actors will perform in One Act Halloween Plays, songs & dances for their Halloween Extravaganza in October & a Holiday Musical in December. Actors will rehearse in January for a spring show to be performed in NYC.
Actors chosen for the Teen Company will Rehearse Saturday’s beginning in September through May in Morrisville, Pa. The participation fee is $350.00 September – December and $350.00 January 2015 – May 2015. Actors auditioning must have experience. They are taught advanced acting, singing and dancing techniques each week in a professional atmosphere inspiring actors who wish to pursue their dreams of performing. Actors offered positions are required to commit exclusively to the company for a nine month period with exceptions of their own school’s play. Actors interested in auditioning should email Wendy@ActingNaturally.com or 267-798-9165 for an audition time; Actors should bring headshots and resumes and prepare a Musical theatre song and a one minute monologue.
Auditions are scheduled for August 23rd. Please visit www.ActingNaturally.com or call 267-798-9165 for additional information.

Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition @ Phillips Mill
May 31 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition runs May 24 through June 21.

Winter Woods, a photo by Barbara Warren, is one of 128 images chosen for the Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition from May 24 through June 21.

For a month-long stint, the 128 photos chosen to be showcased as part of the 23rd annual Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition represent every theme, idea and concept imaginable.

Held May 24-June 21, the exhibition features a vast array of images that jurors selected from a pool of 467 photos submitted. In all, approximately 300 photographers entered their work for consideration.

This year’s event is being juried by Paul Grecian, of Quakertown, Wendy Paton, of Lambertville, N.J. and Rick Smith, of Philadelphia.

Photographer Barbara Warren, of Yardley, has been submitting her work to the show for the last 15 years and said she continues to do so because “it’s kind of a unique show.”

“It doesn’t have a theme,” she said. “It just focuses on the photographers as artists and photos as art.”

The exhibition provides “a lot of freedom” for its entrants, she said.

The show has plenty to offer – even for non-photographers, Warren said.

“If you’re interested in photography at all it’s a great way to see a very wide selection of styles and techniques,” said Warren, adding that photographs range from “traditional to avant garde.” “You get a good introduction to photography.”

The Phillips Mill Photography Exhibition is an-all volunteer effort. Buckingham photographer Randy Bye said he began helping with the organizational aspects in order to keep the show thriving.

“I think that photography in the area is popular and important and I like to see a local show do well,” Bye said of his continued involvement. “It’s really difficult to keep these kinds of things going. We’ve managed to do it … It’s really a labor of love.”

Bye, a commercial photographer focused on buildings and architecture, has been working as a photographer since his high school days in 1968. He will be showing his image of an igloo-shaped building photographed in Alaska. Warren, a wedding photographer who also shoots landscapes and abstract images, will be exhibiting four images, including two called “winter woods.”

If you go

The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition will be held May 24-June 21. The exhibit will be open Wednesdays through Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. The mill, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is at 2619 River Road (Route 32) in New Hope. For additional information, visit www.phillipsmill.org or call 215-262-6064.

Admission is $5 for adults; and $2.50 for senior citizens and students. All work on exhibit is available for purchase.

The exhibition is being chaired by Claudia Davis, a photographer based in Ottsville who specializes in unique portraiture.

Tabletop Gaming Day @ Steve's Comic Relief
May 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sit down, relax and play some games. Bring your games or play ours.

I will also be running Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition if we have enough interest. Free, no materials required to play. Family friendly. All ages and experience levels welcome.

The Outlaws & BlackHawk @ Sellersville Theater 1894
May 31 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

The Outlaws are in their sixth decade of a high energy, guitar driven sound with stellar three part harmony. They have three gold records to their credit and still feature original singer songwriter guitarist Henry Paul and drummer songwriter Monte Yoho. Their southern rock anthems include “Green Grass And High Tides,” “There Goes Another Love Song,” “Hurry Sundown” and “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky.”

Known for their country hits “There You Have It,” “Every Once In A While,” “I’m Not Strong Enough To Say So” and “Like Their Ain’t No Yesterday,” the multi-platinum selling BlackHawk also features Henry Paul with fellow original bandmate Dave Robbins.

Once On This Island Jr @ RES
May 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

ONCE ON THIS ISLAND JR.presented by Acting Naturally is a feast for the heart, mind, and soul. This theatrical Caribbean adaptation of the popular fairy tale The Little Mermaid garnered eight Tony nominations for its Broadway run. With non-stop song and dance, the Story Tellers tell the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. The Gods sing and dance as they puppeteer their lives in this family friendly, upbeat Caribbean musical on Saturday, November 15th at 7:00pm 125 Upper Holland Road, Richboro Pa 18954

OPEN MIC NIGHT @ Triumph Brewing Company
May 31 @ 7:00 pm – May 31 @ 10:00 pm

Come out and sing/play your favorite songs. Hosted by Cindy. Free