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Wednesday, May 23
Petticoats and Pickets, Women’s Role in the Civil War
After 150 years, the era of the American Civil War still fascinates people. The names of small towns and streams made their way into the national conscience and were a host to thousands of men and boys who fought for their cause. Yet the story of the fairer sex is one that needs to be told. Kathryn Finch will focus on women and their various roles during the “Late Great Unpleasantness”.
Historical Society of Hilltown Township
Held at the Hilltown Township Municipal Building, 13 W. Creamery Rd & Rt. 152, Silverdale, 18962. Free, donations appreciated. Info: 267-614-9174 7pm

Saturday, May 26
Huge Flea Market at Heidelberg Church, 1101 Cowpath Road, Hatfield. Over 50 vendors/ flea marketers in one place! Hours: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. held outdoors, rain date June 2nd.
Shop and eat lunch all in one place….lots of vendors, food tent and bake sale table.

Sunday, June 3
Central Bucks Rotary Club’s 9th annual motorcycle Ride For The Heroes and Picnic will take place on Sunday, June 3, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Rain date June 10, 2018. Rider check in begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield, Pa. and continues until 10:30 a.m. The ride will start at 11 a.m. and end at the Fraternal Order of Police Picnic Grove in Bedminster Township, PA at 1:30 p.m.
The event will honor service members and raise funds to support veterans and families of fallen heroes. The public is invited to ride and/or attend the picnic. For more information and to register, visit www.ridefortheheroes.com.

Sunday, June 3
Three Bridges in concert – 6:30PM
Family Worship Center
1000 Troxel Road
Lansdale, PA 19446
www.familyworshipcenter.org [
email: fwc@familyworshipcenter.org
* Doors open 1 hour before event begins
* Admission is free – a free will offering will be received

Saturday, June 9
Central Schwenkfelder Church is hosting the 6rth Annual Yard and Bake Sale on June 9th from 8 AM to 1 PM in the church parking lot at 2111 Valley Forge Road, Lansdale, PA 19446. Vendors and garage sale enthusiasts are invited to join the fun. Vendors may call the church office at 610-584-4480 to reserve a space for $10 to accommodate their car and an 8-foot table. A table will be provided for an additional $5. Vendors/sellers keep their profits. There is no rain date; therefore, fees will be returned if the sale is cancelled because of weather. A variety of baked goods will be sold during the event.

Sunday, June 10
Public Houses in America and how they played a part in creating America.
Along the many roads that crisscrossed the rural Pennsylvania landscape in the early 19th century, a traveler would encounter a “Public House”. Historian Bruce Stocking will discuss how the Public House served as rest stops for the traveler, as well as gathering places for local inhabitants to meet and deal in commerce in the early 1800s.
Historical Society of Hilltown Township
Held at the c1800s Strassburger Farmstead, 407 Keystone Dr. & Bethlehem Pk., Sellersville, 18960. Free, donations appreciated. Info: 267-614-9174   1:30pm-4pm.

Saturday, June 16
Montgomery County Senior Softball League (MCSSL) is celebrating it’s 20th season with a special all day event at the School Rd Park in Hatfield on June 16th. A double header against the Phillies ball girls will start the day off at 10am. Lunch will be provided to our members, their families and friends with music by the Trinidad North Steel Drum Band to follow afterwards. There will be activities for the kids including face painting and visits by some comic book heros such as Spiderman, Batman & Superman. Hatfield Police and Fire departments will be on site to show off their equipment and some of our sponsors will have tables set up with free giveaways. This event is free to the public and remember…bring your lawn chairs. Sorry, but please leave your pets at home.

June 17
The Dixie Melody Boys – 6:30pm
Family Worship Center 1000 Troxel Road, Lansdale, PA 19446
www.familyworshipcenter.org
* Doors open 1 hour before event begins
* Admission is free – a free will offering will be received

Sunday, June 17
Souderton Alive! Worship in the Souderton Community Park: Six Souderton churches have joined together to bring God’s Holy Word through praise and music to our very special community. Worship will be held at Souderton Community Park, Wile Ave. and Reliance Rd, Souderton on Sunday, June 17 at 10 am, but come early for free doughnuts at 9:15 am and pre-service music at 9:30 am. Bring a chair or blanket! We will also be collecting canned goods for Keystone Opportunity Center’s Food Pantry. Following worship, free Kona Water Ice will be served. In case of inclement weather, worship will be held at Souderton Mennonite Church, 105 W. Chestnut Street, Souderton. Questions? Call Lisa at 215-723-1186.

Saturday, June 23
Heidelberg Church “Cars for Christ” Car Show. Held on the grounds of Heidelberg UCC, 1101 Cowpath Road, Hatfield, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Family fun for all! Will have games for the kids, and cars for everyone’s viewing pleasure. If you would like to register your car,go to our website at heidelbergucc.org and download an application. $10 for preregistration,$12 day of event. Lots of prizes given out. Bring a canned good for Manna on Main Street! Church phone number is 215-368-0442.

Sunday, August 26
On Sunday, August 26, from 12:00 to 8:00 PM. the 27th Annual Ukrainian Folk Festival will be held at the Ukrainian American Sport Center, County Line and Lower State Roads, Horsham, PA. Celebrate the enduring, vibrant culture of a people that fights for its freedom! Excite your senses with an array of beautiful sights, sounds and flavors. From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM, enjoy a dazzling outdoor summer concert of Ukrainian folk music, song and dance. Entitled “A Celebration of Liberty and Unity” this year’s show is another resplendent salute to mark Ukraine’s Independence, the Unity of her People, and their Struggle for Freedom, Prosperity & Dignity.The artists (dance troupes, musicians, singers and ensembles that have performed in previous years) have created a dynamic and integrated collaborative program.
From 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM, enjoy a social dance to a live orchestra featuring Ukrainian Polka, ballroom and modern dance music. Ukrainian foods and baked goods, BBQ foods, and refreshments for all ages will be served all day. Also visit a lovely folk arts and crafts bazaar and kids fun area. Info: www.tryzub.org; info@tryzub.org; 267-664-3857.