Langhorne Council
for the Arts
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Langhorne Council for the Arts invites YOU
to become involved in the arts in our community!

Langhorne Council for the Arts (LCA) is dedicated to providing creative outlets and fostering appreciation for the arts in the Langhorne community.   For the past 20 years, LCA has been actively bringing the arts to the community through a wide variety of events, including the Arts in the Garden Tour, Arts & Jazz Brunch, Community Art Projects, World Music concerts, and much more! 

Please explore this site and our archived newsletters to learn more about:
• LCA-sponsored art shows, concerts, and other events
• LCA-sponsored scholarships in the arts
• LCA-member artists and musicians
• how you can support the arts in our community through membership in LCA
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2014 LCA Scholarships
have been awarded to 12 talented students for study in art and music.

Thank you to all who support the arts in our community!

 Make a Date with the Arts

The Summer Speakers Series Begins on Tuesday, June 24!
All presentations begin at 7:30pm at the
Anna Mary Williamson Library & Museum,
160 W. Maple Avenue in Langhorne Borough.

$5 donation at the door

June 24:  Folk concert by local singer/songwriter band "No Windows," featuring Langhorne's own Carol Deaver

July 8:  Behind the Curtain of Local Theatre, featuring Carole Mancini and friends from the Langhorne Players

July 22:  
"Seaside Heights Boardwalk: A Landscape in Transition" photo exhibit and talk by David Dimicco

August 5:  Behind the Scenes of Public Radio News:  featuring Langhorne resident and WHYY Audio News Director Eugene Sonn

August 19:  "Devastation on the Delaware:" fascinating stories and photos from the 1955 flood by author Mary Shafer

Last Saturday of every month
Monthly Jazz Service at  St. Luke's Episcopal Church
100 E Washington Ave, Newtown, PA.   
Traditional hymns are arranged and performed in an improvisational jazz setting. Musical prelude begins at 4:45 pm, service begins at 5:00. Music is provided by Cabin Jazz All-Stars. Please join us - all are welcome.
For information contact Glenn Pezzillo @ 215 275 1784.  

First Fridays in Langhorne 
Reception at Langhorne Coffee House with a featured local artist each month, 6-9 pm. 
Displays of work by local artists at Bella Tori Restaurant. 
Outdoor performances by R & M Studios musicians, weather permitting, from April - October.

Writers' Group Meetings:  You are invited to attend the Oxford Valley Writers Exchange Group meetings.
Call Ira Padow 215 752 9472 for info time and location.

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