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YARDLEYALIVE.COM celebrates the river town of Yardley, Pennsylvania (PA) with its shops, art galleries, restaurants, and historic district. Its scenic character is defined by the picturesque Delaware Canal and the beautiful Lake Afton, which was created in the early 18th century to provide power for a local grist mill. Check out our comprehensive directories to area businesses, restaurants, and much more. Looking for something to do? Our events calendar is always buzzing with thousands of events in and around Bucks County! Explore Yardley with the help of YardleyAlive.com.

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The Colonial Yardley Historical Association was formed in 1964 after interest in preserving the community's history was stimulated by a 1963 Canal Days' celebration. In 1970, the word 'colonial' was dropped and the organization adopted 'Yardley Historical Association, Inc.' as its official name. The Historical Association with headquarters in the Old Library by Lake Afton, maintains a collection of primary and secondary materials, including maps, photographs, newspapers, letters, deeds, and ephemera, related to the Yardley area.
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Established in 2004 as an arts organization in the Yardley area, Artists of Yardley (AOY) has evolved with over 150 artists in a full spectrum of disciplines. The AOY, a non-profit 501(c)3, is dedicated to nurturing the creative spirit of the community by educating and encouraging individuals to experience, appreciate and share in the arts.

In the winter of 2010, the AOY adopted the historic Janney House on Patterson Farm in Yardley, PA as their new home and art center. Located in the heart of Bucks County, the panoramic views from the surrounding cornfields complement the organization's aesthetic tenor. The AOY engages students from the curious young to seasoned learners with diverse classes in all media, workshops, summer camps and innovative programs taught by professional-level instructors. We also plan to host juried and non-juried art shows, gallery exhibitions, fund-raising and social events throughout the year.
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