Meetings & Lectures
The PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce will hold the following events Efor reservations to any of the following, call 215-362-9200 or email info@PennSuburban.orgF
• Breakfast News Network: 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. at Normandy Farm Hotel E1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, PA 19422F A15 members, includes full buffet breakfast. Join us for a networking program at Normandy Farm Hotel every Thursday morning for breakfast, business news, informative speakers and plenty of networking. The cost includes a full breakfast buffet. Copies of the business cards will be made available to those who would like them.
GLUOV DnG ERyV IURP fiUVW to 12th grade are invited to join the Towamencin Chapter of the Children of the American Revolution. C.A.R. provides opportunities for a child to develop a love of, and a respect for, our country. The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution, founded in 1895, is the oldest patriotic organization for youths in our county. Membership is open to all children who are descendants of patriots of the American Revolution. Let your child see history come alive through the eyes of their Revolutionary War Ancestor. Monthly meetings and activities are planned for all ages. For more information please write to SSeely00@ comcast.net
Do you have a fear of public speaking? Blue Bell Toastmasters Club can help. We meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday at the Marriott Courtyard, located on Route 202, directly across from the Montgomeryville Mall. Learn how to improve communication and leadership skills in a friendly and supportive environment. Guests are welcome. Admission fee: A5. For more info, visit www.bbtoast.org.
The LeTip Chapter of Gwynedd, meets every Tuesday at 7:16 a.m. We meet at the Clubhouse Too Diner at the corner of Sumneytown Pike C Church Road in Lansdale. LeTip is a professional business lead exchange network. Please call and join us for a meeting. Call 215-779-0723
LeTip of Lansdale is a professional networking organization with the purpose of exchanging business leads. Attend one of our breakfast meetings to learn how LeTip will benHfiW yRuU EuVLQHVV. /H7LS RI Lansdale meets every Thursday from 7:01 to 8:31 a.m.
at Franconi’s Restaurant, 1200 Welsh Road in North Wales. Please contact Elena Sickles at 610-222-4205 for more information about our chapter.
The Greater North Penn Regional Collaborative Board of Directors holds public meetings the second Tuesday of each month from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the North Penn Visiting Nurse Association, 51 Medical Campus Drive, Lansdale. For more information, call Kathleen Fitzgerald at 215855-8296.
The FLUefiJhWeUV Auxiliary of the Colmar Volunteer Fire Co. is looking for members. Interested participants can live in any town. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each PRnWK DW 8 S.P. DW WKH firHhall, 2700 Walnut Street, ColMarch For more information, call Carol at 215361-9620.
Single Volunteers of Bucks County meets every third Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at Andrews Hall Epart of Doylestown Presbyterian ChurchF, 125 Mechanic Street. Parking is located on Church Street. On all other Tuesdays, the group meets at the Churchville Nature Center on Churchville Lane. The group is for singles who want to make friends while helping their community through volunteering. For more information or directions, visit www.svbucks. org.
The Lansdale Chapter Rf Whe APeULFDn AVVRFLDtion of University Women meets the third Tuesday of each month from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the North Penn High School District Educational Service Center, Church Road and Hancock Street, Lansdale. Meetings are free and open to the public. For more information, call 215-368-9665 or visit http://aauwlansdale.org.
PRO-ACT, a volunteerbased, grassroots organization that works to reduce the stigma of drug/alcohol addiction and to ensure the availability of treatment options, hosts informational sessions. Information: 215-489-6120 ext. 3 EMaura FarrellF. EA55 for non-membersF with a materials fee of A12 for the handcrafted paper for the book project. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information, or to register, visit www.mhep.org or call the center at 215-256-3020.
• A VLx-GDy FRuUVe Rn IlluPLnDWLnJ PVDlP 23 -uly 22 WR 27, led by calligrapher Rosemary Buzcek. This is a class on gilding and painting. Due to time restraints, the class does not cover lettering the text by hand. The class is limited to ten students and pre-registration is required. The cost of the course is A740 ES725 for membersF and the class fee includes a daily lunch. No refunds are given unless the workshop is canceled IRr LnVuIfiFLHnW HnrROOPHnW. To register, or for information, visit www.mhep.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-256-3020. The Heritage Center has made arrangements for lodging for out of town guests at Peter Becker Community, Harleysville and Woodside Lodge, 150 East Port Ave., Schwenksville. 20 from 12:30 to 3:45 p.m.; HDWfiHOG 9LOODgH $SDrWPHnWV, 0DSOH $YHnuH, HDWfiHOG, -une 20 from 5 to 7 p.m.; Ralph’s Corner, Routes 63 & 463, HDWfiHOG, -unH 7 DnG 21 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.; Water Tower Square, Horsham and North Wales Roads, 0RnWgRPHryYLOOH, -unH 6 and 20 from noon to 4 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m.; Water Tower Square, Horsham Road and North Wales Road, Montgomeryville -une 28 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. lage. This monthly group for teen parents and their children discusses topics relevant to parenting and introduces methods and resources essential to raising healthy young children and achievLng VHOI-VuIfiFLHnFy. 7KH group is sponsored by Child, Home and Community, Inc., a community partner. The program is free. Registration is required, call 215-3489770. For more information, visit www.chcinfo.org.
The V.I.A. AuGLWRULuP Rf Whe HeDlWh & :ellneVV CenWeU, 847 EDVWRn RRDG, :DUULnJWRn, wLll RffeU Whe following programs:
• “LDuJhWeU, PlDy, -Ry” wLll Ee RffeUeG -une 26 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. How can we use laughter and play to support health and wellness? -RLn $nnLH 0DrDnV, 51, ZKR has years of advanced study and practice in successful stress management techniques, as she discusses the EHnHfiWV RI ODugKWHr DnG SODy. The class includes a video featuring popular humorist and author Loretta LaRoche, a self-assessment inventory and new ways to bring more laughter into your life. The fee is A20. Register online at www.dh.org or call 215-3452121.
• “LeVELDn, GDy, BLVexuDl, TUDnVJenGeU DnG QueVWLRnLnJ YRuWh: YRuU QueVWLRnV AnVweUeG” wLll Ee RffeUeG -une 25 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Drawing upon psychological research, this interactive presentation will GHfinH EDVLF WHrPV DERuW sexual orientation and gender identity, outline sexual identity development in adolescents and address myths. Resources for youth, friends and families will be provided. Dr. Audrey Ervin is a psychologist who specializes in gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues. The fee is A15. To register, visit www.dh.org or call 215-3452121.
Lansdale’s Department of Parks and Recreation is partnering with Viva Community Fitness to offeU yRuWh DnG DGulW fiWneVV classes. Classes scheduled include Yoga/Pilates and Zumba. Classes will be held in the Parks and Recreation Building, 660 Lansdale Ave., Lansdale. For complete course description, fee, and registration form, visit the department’s web site at www.lansdale.org or call 215-361-8353.
NRUWh Penn VNA Ueminds area residents that it is not too late to get your flu VhRW. NRUWh Penn VLVLWLnJ NuUVe AVVRFLDWLRn VWLll hDV flu (LnfluenzD) VhRWV available. Shots are free for adults who use Medicare B as their primary health insurance. Medicare cards must be presented to receive the vaccine at no cost. All others will be charged A25, payable in cash or by check. A receipt will be provided so you may obtain reimbursement from your insurance company. Please call 215855-6191 to schedule a time that is convenient for you to rHFHLYH yRur flu VKRW.
ExSeULenFe yRuU TUue Self through Sahaja YRJD MeGLWDWLRn: Free classes every Saturday 2: 30 to 4: 30 p. m. at Lansdale Parks and Recreation Building 660 Lansdale Ave Eat 7th StF, Lansdale, 19446 For more informa- tion: 215- 361- 7137 info@ synorthpenn. org
The Greater North Penn DenWDl InLWLDWLve DW NRUWh Penn VNA SURvLGeV Gental services to individuDlV, FhLlGUen, fDPLlLeV DnG seniors who do not have dental insurance. Services include exams, x-rays, FOHDnLngV, fiOOLngV, VHDODnWV, extractions, denture adMuVWPHnWV DnG GHnWurH fiWtings, and are provided by licensed dentists and dental assistants. Patients must live in the North Penn, Wissahickon or Souderton school districts to be eligible for care. Payment for services is based on a sliding scale system that considers household income and household size. The Greater North Penn Dental Initiative is located at the North Penn VNA building at 51 Medical Campus Drive in Lansdale. Call for your appointment at 1-877-GO-NP-SMILES or 1-877-466-7764 or visit www.npvna.org.
The PEA. CenWeU, 1292 AllenWRwn RRDG, TRwDPenFLn, RffeUV fUee health- related programs fRU DGulWV 55 yeDUV Rf DJe and older. Information: 215- 362- 7432.
• AFuSUeVVuUe DnG VeDWeG heDG, neFN DnG VhRulGeU massages are offered at The PEAK Center on a monthly basis. The cost for each treatment is A15 for 15 minutes and A25 for 30 minutes. Appointments can be made at The PEAK Center, 315 W. Main Street, Lansdale, 215362-7432.