Make a Date with the Arts
2015 LCA SUMMER
All presentations begin at 7:30 PM at
Anna Mary Williamson Library and Museum
160 W. Maple Avenue in Langhorne Borough
June 16 - Chocolate, Sex, and Scandal: The history of an innocent bean in marriage, love, murder, and sedition. Presented by Elin Danien, Ph.D.
June 30 - Birds, Butterflies, Bees, and Blooms: entice beneficial wildlife to your garden. Presented by PA Master Naturalist Mary Anne Borge.
July 14 - To Soothe the Savage Breast: the healing power of the harp. Presented by Edie Elkan and Mary Bryson of Bedside Harp.
July 28 - The Centralia Mine Fire: Life and Death of a Pennsylvania Town. Images and interviews of a once thriving community now deserted and in ruins. Presented by Stephen Perloff.
August 11 - Evaluating, Appraising, and Establishing Values of Antiques. Learn what appraisers look for in silver, china, furniture and more, and how to establish replacement value. Presented by appraiser Dan Worden
$5 donation at the door
Sponsored by Langhorne Council for the Arts
Friday, September 11 7:30 PM
Julia Child!Actress Linda Kenyon portrays everyone's favorite TV chef in this one-woman performance.
Click HERE for details!!!
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.
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.