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Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: 135 s. Main street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Sponsored by: Doylestown School of Rock
Contact: 215 230 3406    EMAIL

Metal 4 Hunger Carries The Torch For Doylestown Food Pantry Doylestown, PA (November 5, 2014) - Doylestown School of Rock owner Mike Morpurgo and his staff of professional musicians are teaching kids more than just how to play classic Rock & Roll music. His one-of-a-kind rock performance program is creating community-minded young musicians who are helping feed the hungry via a winter food drive dubbed "Metal 4 Hunger." The
food drive kicks off in Doylestown on November 11th, International Metal Day AND Veterans Day and wraps up onJanuary 11th, 2015. School of Rock's always spectacular Winter Season Shows (sorry folks, no Christmas tunes here) kick-off December __ and our students will be doing their part to turn their passion for Rock & Roll & Heavy Metal music into a driving force to put food on the shelves for the Doylestown Food Pantry. The School of Rock Performance Program is the hallmark program that has made the school a success worldwide. School of Rock performance students know the basics of how to play their instrument and are ready to take it to the stage. This program introduces the team element into music instruction. Students learn harmonies, musicianship and how to perform in an authentic rock show environment. "Just bring a non-perishable food item during the month of November and/or any of our December shows and get in for free", said Morpurgo. "Donations will once again go directly to the Doylestown Food Pantry," echoing the success of the school's previous food drive. All smiles, Morpurgo couldn't be prouder. "I think what we are doing is a testament to how great our students and staff are. All of our December shows will be amazing". For more information about the School of Rock go to http://doylestown.schoolofrock.com. High-Priority Items § Canned/ Shelf-stable tuna § Macaroni and Cheese § Canned Pasta § Canned Beef Stew § Canned Chili § Creamy Peanut Butter § Jelly § Canned Green Beans § Canned Corn § Canned Fruit § Breakfast Cereal and Hot Cereal
SMALL WORKS SHOW       12/5/14-1/11/15
Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: Artist of Yardley, 949 Mirror Lake Road , YARDLEY , PA
Time: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5
Sponsored by: Artists of Yardley
Contact: 215-493-1205    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Little Gems Deck the Walls On Friday, December 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. the Artists of Yardley will once again host the opening reception of the very popular Small Works show. One hundred 8"x 8" works of art on canvas can be purchased for $100 each. This last event of the 2014 season will be held at the AOY Art Center, home to a variety of art and educational programs for children and adults. Pennsbury High School 11th
graders Kelsey Busch and Dashiell Papula will provide chamber music during the reception. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. The Small Works show will run through January 11, 2015. The AOY Art Center, is located at 949 Mirror Lake Road in Yardley, PA, on the Patterson Farm. The center is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m. For more information on the upcoming show or to register for classes, workshops and summer camps, please visit the AOY website at www.artistsofyardley.org or call 215-493-1205. Free

Events For 12/20/14 (Saturday)

CHRISTMAS AT THE ALPACA FARM       12/20/14-12/21/14
Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah
Location: Harley Hill Farm Alpacas, 451 Kellers Road , QUAKERTOWN , PA
Time: 10 am until 4pm both days
Contact: Bill & Lori Oraschin 215-536-2841 WEBSITE    EMAIL

Christmas at the Farm with Harley Hill Farm Alpacas, Quakertown PA. Looking for that old fashioned Holiday experience? Bring your family to our beautiful Bucks County alpaca farm on black Friday or any Saturday or Sunday between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Our barn and gates are open from 10 am until 4 pm each day. Browse through the pre-cut local trees while sipping on a cup of complimentary hot cocoa. Visit the 50 alpacas including new babies, feed them and take pictures. Be sure to go upstairs in the winter wonderland barn where you can decorate your own live wreath, visit the miniature snow village and warm up by the fireplace enjoying the holiday music. Need a special gift? Give the gift of alpaca socks, hats, gloves, yarns etc. to keep your loved ones warm and cozy all winter! VISA/MC and DIS accepted. Come share the Christmas magic! No admission or parking fee
Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: Half Moon Inn, 105 Court St. Newtown, PA 18940, , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 12 noon to 2 pm
Sponsored by: Newtown Historic Association
Contact: Mary Callahan 215-968-3914    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Celebration of Christmas throughout the ages involves a legendary figure called "Olde Father Christmas". In Finland north of the Artic circle he is called " Joulupukki", in England during ancient British mid-winter festivals he was called "King Frost", in Victorian times he is known as "St. Nicholas." Father Christmas is seen to represent the spirit of Christmas: that of good cheer and benevolence to all. Wearing a long,
flowing hooded cloak with staff in hand, reindeer pointed shoes, a full white beard, and a cheerful red suite, he walked from village to town giving everyone he met gifts from his wicker basket adorned with holly and mistletoe. Come and visit with him and his beloved wife "Olde Lady Christmas" during the Newtown Historical Assn. celebration of Christmas's past on Saturday December 20th from noon to 2 pm. At 105 Court St., Newtown. Bring your children for carols and a treat. For more info call 215-968-3914 Free
Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: Middletown Community Center, 2140 Trenton Road , LEVITTOWN , PA
Time: 1:30pm-6:30pm
Sponsored by: Dreams Events By Hope
Contact: Hope    WEBSITE    EMAIL

***FREE ADMISSION****OPEN TO PUBLIC**** FUN FOR EVERYONE..... ******SWAG BAGS FOR 1st 50 Customers****** ***FREE Kids Crafts*** ***Santa will be there(2-4pm) ***Great Vendors to Shop From*** ***Raffles**** ***50/50**** ***CASH & CARRY****

Events For 12/21/14 (Sunday)

Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: Thorpe First Nation Family Farm, 371 Stoneybrook Road , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 12 Noon until 6:00 p.m.
Sponsored by: Thorpe First Nation Family Farm and Market
Contact: Doreen Stratton/215.348.3762    EMAIL

Supporters of the Thorpe Farm invite the public to join them for a Native American ceremony honoring Mother Earth's planting and harvesting of the land. There is no charge for this event. Honey Shashaah whose Great Grandmother was Lenape and is coordinating the Solstice event said, "Mother Earth is sleeping". She added that it will be a quiet day where programs for children are scheduled by a representative from the Native
American Alliance of Bucks County: Lenape Native Blue Jay Michalski will tell stories evolving from her ancestors. Cindy St Martine, an angel card reader will be available throughout the day. A fire pit will be set up for visitors to gather around and share stories and their reasons to be thankful as this challenging year comes to a close. There will be an opportunity to make prayer bundles to throw into the fire. If it's a pleasant winter day there will be will allow a hayride around the Farm. The legacy of Native Americans honoring Winter Solstice is as old as the petroglyphs etched on stone cliffs in the Southwest. Some western Native tribes use dance rituals. The Lenni-Lenape's focus is more personal-gathering to tell stories about their ancestors. Previous seasonal celebrations at the Farm honored Earth Day and the Fall Equinox, both flowing directly into owner Dale Redhawk Thorpe's Native American heritage. He is a distant cousin to Olympian Jim Thorpe The Thorpe First Nation Family Farm is an uncertified organic farm that grows pesticide-free vegetables, eggs gathered from their free range hens and livestock that graze on grass-filled pastures. Recently five young bison (6 months old) have arrived at the farm. There are two facebook pages related to the farm: Save the Thorpe First Nation Farm, and the Thorpe Farm Market.
Christmas, Hannukah, and New Years Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Chanukkah

Location: Washington Firemen Memorial Hall, 36 W.Elm Street , CONSHOHOCKEN , PA
Time: 11am-3pm
Sponsored by: Dreams Events By Hope
Contact: Hope    WEBSITE    EMAIL

***CASH & CARRY EVENT*** Find that gift for that hard to shop for person...FUN FOR ALL... This is a FAMILY FRIENDLY event....FREE ADMISSION....Open to Public....Lots of GREAT VENDORS TO SHOP WITH.... HELP SMALL BUSINESSES....Lots of LOCAL CRAFTERS and VENDORS ***Refreshments**** ***Kids activities****FREE CRAFT TABLE FOR KIDS*** ***Raffle***50/50***

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