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Saturday, October 8
A very worthwhile Fine Arts & Crafts Show will be held on Saturday October 8th at Deep Run East Mennonite Church, 350 Kellers Church Road, Perkasie, Pa. 18944 from 10 a.m.- 4 pm. All proceeds will benefit Worthwhile Wear, a local organization dedicated to helping victims of human trafficking. Beautiful Fine Arts worthwhile seeing and purchasing include paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor and acrylics, as well as photography. Talented artisans working with wood, metal, pewter, fiber, jewelry, ceramics, gourds, soaps and more will display and sell their crafts for our worthwhile cause. Admission to the show is free. For additional information visit the church website at www.deepruneast.org.

Saturday, October 8
There will be a Fall Bazaar at Normandy Farms Estates, Morris Road and Twin Silo Drive in Blue Bell on Saturday, October 8th 9am – 2pm. Many items for sale at bargain prices. Luncheon available. Everyone welcome.

Sunday, October 9
It’s a Luhv story for sure when you try Luhv Foods’ vegan and gluten-free offerings, like the Black Bean Plantain Roasted Poblano Burgers. Stop by the Doylestown Food Market, Sunday, October 9, from 11am 2pm for a demonstration.

Saturday, October 15
275th Upper Salford Anniversary Celebration from 10am-5opm from Upper Salford Township Park. Trolley tours of historic Upper Salford. Games and Crafts for young and old along with car show and drone races. Call township office for more info at 610-287-6160.

Saturday, October 15
It’s snack time at the Doylestown Food Market. On Saturday, October 15, from 10am noon, sample Yaffa’s Joy natural sesame treats…gluten free and vegan…made with the ingredients you love like cranberries, blueberries, cherries and pumpkin seeds.

Sunday, October 23
Thinking about apple picking? Think Solebury Orchards. Stop in to the Doylestown Food Market Sunday, October 23, from 1pm 3pm and meet the folks who grow these delicious apples and so much more.

Wednesday, Oct. 26
Held at the Hilltown Township Municipal Building. 13 W. Creamery Rd. & Rt. 152, Silverdale. 7pm
Religion and churches have been an integral part of the Hilltown community since colonial times. The first European settlers started their own congregations and built the original churches. After a brief overview of the township’s religious history, representatives of Hilltown Township churches will present a history and description of their church and its congregation. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their knowledge of Hilltown’s spiritual heritage.
Free admission, donations welcome. Forinfo: 267-614-9174

Saturday, October 29
Christ Covenant Church, 2200 Mainland Road, Harleysville, will host a free community hot breakfast including scrambled eggs, pancakes, breakfast meat, toast, fruit and beverage the last Saturday of every month. No reservations required , breakfast will be served in fellowship hall from 8:30a.m. to 10a.m. Call 215-256-8101 or go to christ-covenant.org with any questions.

Sunday, November 13
Held at the circa 1840s Hartzel-Strassburger Homestead, 407 Keystone Dr. & Bethlehem Pike, Sellersville. 2pm
Come and learn from several Hilltown farmers who are proudly practicing farming in Hilltown today. Since people first settled in Hilltown, it has been a farming community because of its soil and waterways. Until recent times, farming dominated most of Hilltown’s economy, history and culture. After World War II with the changes of becoming a suburban bedroom community, farming declined. Today there is a “re-invention” of farming in Hilltown to fit modern, suburban living.
The Homestead’s barn and museum will be open with its exhibits and recently found artifacts.
Free admission, donations welcome.
info: 267-614-9174

Saturday, November 26
Christ Covenant Church, 2200 Mainland Road, Harleysville, will host a free community hot breakfast including scrambled eggs, pancakes, breakfast meat, toast, fruit and beverage the last Saturday of every month. No reservations required , breakfast will be served in fellowship hall from 8:30a.m. to 10a.m. Call 215-256-8101 or go to christ-covenant.org with any questions.

Sunday,December 4
Our first winter basket bingo! Bingo will be held at the Sellersville Fire Dept., 2 N Main ST, Sellersville. Doors open at 11:30 & games begin at 1. Ticket includes 24 games and lunch. Extras include raffles, pull tabs, Chinese auction, black out game, 3 quickies, 50/50 & grand prize. Prizes are Longaberger basket, pottery and wrought iron filled to the top! Special drawing for pre-paid ticket holders.
Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door (if available). All entering hall (including children) must have a ticket due to limited seating. Tickets are non-refundable.

Saturday, December 31
Christ Covenant Church, 2200 Mainland Road, Harleysville, will host a free community hot breakfast including scrambled eggs, pancakes, breakfast meat, toast, fruit and beverage the last Saturday of every month. No reservations required , breakfast will be served in fellowship hall from 8:30a.m. to 10a.m. Call 215-256-8101 or go to christ-covenant.org with any questions.