Afraid of public speaking? Want to learn how to address a crowd of 3 or 3,000?
Toastmasters International is an organization that allows members to improve their speaking skills as well as strengthen their leadership skills all in a comfortable, safe environment.
So, why not check us out? When you decide to join, it’s only a little over $100 a year to gain all of the benefits that Toastmasters has to offer.
If you have any questions, please email our club President [email protected]
We have a Meetup page too – https://www.meetup.com/Toastmasters-at-Aria-Langhorne/
Hope to see you there! Hey, bring a friend, we can always use some more smiling faces!
Saturday Morning Bird Walk
April 1, 15, and 29; May 13 and 27; and June 10 and 24
No Fee ($2 Donation Appreciated)
Join Naturalist Jen Conway as leads an exciting search for spring migrants (the avian type). Meet in front of the nature center. Extra binoculars available. Inclement weather cancels walk.
Yardley Farmers’ Market is held in Buttonwood Park in Downtown Yardley Borough every Saturday from May 6 through October 7. The Market hours are 9 AM to 1 PM. A great selection of Market Vendors, all local farmers and food artisans, with a sprinkle of natural body and pet products. Our vendors all complement each other, you can shop for your whole meal from wine through the main course to dessert and coffee or tea! Seventeen vendors offer everything from meats, poultry and eggs, to a variety of farm fresh vegetables, mushrooms, artisan breads and bakery items, fermented food and kombucha, prepared foods, dips and condiments, wine, coffee and tea. And let’s not forget our 4 legged friends, who are always welcome at the market.
Weekly Entertainment including kids’ activities, live music, and cooking demos. Stay awhile and explore historic Yardley Borough. Check out our Facebook page for updates or sign up for our Newsletter at www.yardleyfarmersmarket.com.
The Philly POPS presents the second annual Comcast NBCUniversal Memorial Salute at the Mann, a community concert honoring the American tradition of service on Saturday, May 27 at 7pm during Memorial Day weekend. In celebration of those who serve, all tickets to the concert will be provided free of charge. Particular blocks of tickets will be provided for veterans, active military, Philadelphia police officers, and firefighters – plus local students and Boy and Girl Scouts.
The United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps were established in Philadelphia by the Continental Congress over 240 years ago. Today, Pennsylvania is home to thousands of veterans. Despite this deep military history, Philadelphia had not previously had a high-profile Memorial Day event. Similar to the POPS’ annual Christmas Salute concert which kicks off the holiday season with a free concert for members of the military and first-responder communities, and the annual patriotic July 3 concert on Independence Mall, this Memorial Salute at the Mann speaks to the POPS’ commitment to serving those who serve through its Salute Series.
Known for his work on the big screen, small screen, and Broadway, acclaimed conductor Larry Blank will lead this year’s program with guest vocalists Doug LaBrecque — who famously played both The Phantom and Raoul in the Harold Prince production of The Phantom of the Opera — and Broadway’s triple threat Christina Saffran.
The Voices of the POPS — a professional vocal ensemble that frequently performs in Salute Series shows — will add a rich layer to the orchestra’s patriotic melodies. A particularly resonant rendition of Hymn to the Fallen will include the Philly POPS Festival Chorus, a 180-voice strong choral group under the direction of Chorus Master Jeff Kern, and several hundred School District of Philadelphia choir students. A true night to remember.
The Salute Series is made possible through the generous support of Presenting Sponsor Comcast NBCUniversal, of Pina Templeton, PARX Casino and the City of Philadelphia.
If you are 21 years of age or older and plan to consume alcohol at the concert, please be prepared to present proper I.D. There is no re-entry once exiting the facility. Picnics are permitted for this performance as a part of the Mann’s Summer Picnic Series.
Trivia every Tuesday night at 10pm!
Prizes each round as well as a gift certificate for the overall winner.
Introducing Kitty Kindergarten at Holiday House Pet Resort, starting Tuesday May13th!
Free! Every Tuesday from 7-8pm.
The class is designed to:
• Introduce your kitten to family life
• Socialize your kitten with other pets and people
• Expose to various stimuli like body handling
and loud noises to reduce fear and make basic
pet care less stressful
• Teach basic training techniques — Yes, cats can
*For kittens as young as 6 weeks old and young cats
between 16 – 20 weeks old.
Rules for attending include:
• Pet must have been examined by a veterinarian
• Tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV
• Received fecal parasite testing and first
• Received first upper respiratory combination
vaccination; cats over 16 weeks must have rabies
• No signs of respiratory infection: no coughing, no sneezing, no discharge from nose or eyes
• Parents/family members are welcome to attend
even if kitten does not yet meet requirements to
Come play with the kittens and watch them have a
fun time with catnip toys, feather wands, scratching
posts, and empty boxes to explore.
Open House at Friends Village with lunch for prospective residents from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Friends Home & Village offers affordable Personal Care and Independent Senior Living. Tour the beautiful Friends Village Campus in Newtown Township, Bucks County. Monthly fees include apartment rental, all utilities, basic dining plan, 24-hour security and emergency alert system, transportation services, and on-site maintenance & housekeeping. RSVP to Karen or Norma at 215-968-3346.
Theatrical Quizzo Every Wednesday night at 8-10pm…this is an event you DON’T want to miss! Prizes!!
Evening Bird Walk
Wednesdays April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31
6:00 – 7:30 pm
No Fee ($2 donation appreciated)
Join Naturalist Jen Conway in an evening stroll to check out what birds have returned to our area and what birds might be passing through during migration. We will utilize the nature trails in search of some bird sightings and other sights and sounds of the evening. Extra binoculars available. Meet in front of the nature center. Inclement weather cancels the walk.