Promoting the arts in our community for over 30 years

Upcoming Events

 

The 2018 LCA Summer Speakers Series begins on June 26!


June 26: STONE HOUSE REVIVAL
Meet Jeff Devlin, the Langhorne native who put the beautiful old homes of Bucks County on the map with his popular TV shows on HGTV and the DYI Network! Jeff will talk about his love of restoration and his experiences in preserving 200 year old homes and barns in our area.


July 10: SONGS OF THE TIMES OF OUR LIVES -- Concert
Langhorne composer and performer Carol Deaver will be joined by three equally talented women who comprise the musical group, No Windows, in a concert and conversation about songwriting. Clever, touching, funny, and thoroughly entertaining!


July 24: TALES OF THE WOODLANDS PEOPLE:  
Traditional Native American Stories of the Eastern Woodlands

Storyteller Rob Aptaker has spent decades researching and sharing stories of Native Americans from all over North America. With great respect for their heritage and beliefs, Rob will relate traditional tales and sacred teachings of Native Americans of our region.


August 7:BEHIND THE SCENES OF A LOCAL NEWSPAPER
Shane Fitzgerald, executive editor of the Bucks County Courier Times, Burlington County Times, and Doylestown Intelligencer, will talk about the efforts and decisions that go into publishing a newspaper that serves a diverse community.


August 21: CULTIVATING EVERYDAY MINDFULNESS TO REDUCE STRESS AND ENHANCE CREATIVITY
Each day we learn more about the benefits of Mindfulness and its effects on our mental health and ability to lead an active and fulfilling life. Using an evidence-based approach, you will learn and practice a simple and highly effective way to be mindful throughout the day and how to share this practice with others. Presented by psychologist Phil Tenaglia.
 

 

All presentations will be held at Historic Langhorne Association Headquarters

(Anna Mary Williamson Library and Museum),
160 W. Maple Avenue, Langhorne, PA.  
$5 per person donation requested.  
Air-conditioned and handicap-accessible. 

Seating is limited.