Abington Art Center, 5N5 Meetinghouse Road, will hold the following:
• Sculpture mark comes alive with more than 20 outdoor sculptures can be found on the lawn and in the woodlands which are easily accessible thanks to the Heart Smart Trail, a new .65 mile loop trail. Play the mobile scavenger hunt at the Sculpture Park by downloading the SCVkGR app on your smart phone or by texting SCULPTURE to T2864T.
Information: 2N5-88T4882; www.abingtonartcenter.org.
Buck Mont Art League will meet at the Ben Wilson Senior Center, 580 Delmont Ave., Warminster, July N6 at 6 p.m. For more information, call Dawn at 2N5-6T4-4292 or visit www.bucksmontartleague.com.
lrchard Artworks, Tomlinson Road, Bryn Athyn, will hold the following:
• The Colors of Summer exhibit runs through Aug. P0. The exhibit features works rangning from paintings, cards, clothing, jewelry, pottery and tiles.
Information: 2N5-94T9882 or www.orchardartworks.org.
At the Library
Abington Township mublic Library, N0P0 Old vork Road, Abington, will hold the following:
• Book and cilm aiscussion droup will meet July 25 form T to 8:P0 p.m. to discuss “Emma” by Jane Austen.
• arop-in Story Times for children and their caregivers take place Thursdays from NN to NN:P0 a.m. Readers from the Jenkintown Kiwanis Club will present the program.
• tired tednesdays take place the second, third and fourth Wednesday of the month at 2 p.m. in the computer room. Learn about eBooks from the library’s Overdrive catalog
• Computer oesources/ oesearch Classes take place WKH fiUVW :HGnHVGDy RI WKH month at 2 p.m. Learn about using a library account, accessing resources online and more. The library also offers one-on-one classes. Registration is required for these free classes.
• Socrates Café meets every second Wednesday of the month from N0:P0 to noon and the fourth Friday from T to 8:P0 p.m. any and every question under the sun. Walk-ins welcome
• lld York ooad denealogical Society meets every second Tuesday from T to 8:45 p.m. Persons attending meetings are encouraged to bring illustrations or examples of their experiences related to the stated theme of the meeting. All are welcome.
• aaytime Book aiscussion droup meets every fiUVW 7KuUVGDy RI WKH PRnWK at N p.m. ko registration required. Walk-ins welcome.
• Become a Tutor at the Abington Free Library Adult Literacy Program. Free tutoring is provided to adults who are unable to read, or are learning English as a second language, or need to improve their writing or math skills. Call Rob kaborn at 2N5-885-5N8P or e-mail him at ablitN@yahoo.com.
• torld tar ff Lecture Series meets every third Tuesday of the month at P p.m. and T p.m.
Information: 2N5-8855N80; www.abingtonfreelibrary.org.
bast Cheltenham cree Library, 400 Myrtle Ave., Cheltenham, will hold the following:
• Storytime for children ages N to 2 will be held Mondays at N0:P0 a.m. for ages P to 5 Tuesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• Toddler Classes for ages birth through P take place Mondays at N0:P0 a.m.
• mreschool Classes for ages P to 5 take place Tuesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• Babies Bop will take place Saturdays at N0:P0 a.m. for ages birth to 2.
• Young bxplorers’ ClubAnimal Adventures takes place Saturdays at 2 p.m. This interactive program is designed for students ages 5 to 8.
Information: 2N5-PT920TT; eastcheltenham@ mclinc.org.
• blkins mark cree Library, 56P E. Church Road, Elkins Park will hold the following:
• lnce rpon a Storytime for ages P to 5 takes place Wednesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• Teensy Tales Storytime for ages N to 2 takes place Tuesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
dlenside cree Library,
2N5-885- 2N5 S. Keswick Ave., Glenside, will hold the following:
• marachute mlay for ages 2 to 4 will take place Thursdays at 4 p.m. Movementbased storytime designed to GHYHORS finH DnG JURVV PRWRU skills.
• Toddler Storytime for ages N to 2 takes place Mondays at N0:P0 a.m.
• mreschool Storytime for ages P to 5 will take place Tuesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• bnglish Language and Civics Classes take place Mondays and Wednesdays at N0 a.m.
• Thursday Night Live takes place Thursdays at 6:P0 p.m.
eutingdon sallay Library, 625 Red Lion Road, Huntgindon Valley, will hold the following:
• “Take Me to the oiver,” by Will Hobbs will be discussed July 22 at T p.m. Students in grades four to six can pick up a copy.
• Movie Night will take place July 25 at 6:P0 p.m. “Rise of the Guardians” will be viewed.
• Baseball Book Club for grades threee and four will meet July PN at T p.m.
• aigging ainosaurs will take place July 2P at T p.m.
• mreschool Story Time for ages 2 to 5 will take place July 29 from N0:P0 to NN:N5 a.m.
• Mah gongg takes place Mondays at NN:P0 a.m. for $2 a session.
• Sit N hnit takes place Mondays at 4 p.m. All experiences and ages welcome.
• Canasta takes place Tuesdays at N2:P0 p.m. Play is $2 and lessons are $5.
• criends of the euntingdon salley Library meets WKH fiUVW 7KuUVGDy RI WKH month at N2:P0 p.m. Membership is $N0 a year.
• Board of Trustees meets the second Thursday of the month at T:P0 p.m.
• Movies are shown Fridays at 2 p.m. Program is free.
Information: 2N5-94T5NP8 or www.hvlibrary.org.
genkintown Library, 460 Old vork Road, Jenkintown, will hold the following:
• Craft Time meets the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of the month from T to 9 p.m. in the community room. Bring your craft stuff and spend time with other crafters working on your projects.
• Community arop-off Center for your donations to the JUMP food cupboard program. kon-perishable food items are gratefully accepted.
LaMott cree Library, T420 Sycamore Ave., LaMott, will offer the following:
• mreschool Storytime for children ages P through 5 will be held Thursdays at NN:N5 a.m.
ooslyn Branch Library, 24N2 Avondale Ave., Roslyn, will present the following events:
• aig into oeading summer reading program for children of all ages has begun. Children are encouraged to read for 20 minutes per day and record their progress in a reading log. Participants will be eligible to win prizes when they achieve certain reading goals. Register at Abington or Roslyn branches.
• Computer eelp will take place Saturday mornings from NN a.m. to noon. Teachers will help with basic computer skills, Internet, email and Microsoft Word.
Information: 2N5-88698N8; abingtonfreelibrary. org.
rnion Library of eatboro, 24P S. vork Road, Hatboro, will hold the following:
• Zoo on theels will take place July 24 at NN a.m. Staff from the Elmwood Park woo will stop by.
• Movie Matinee will take place the second Thursday of the month at 2 p.m.
Information: 2N5-6T2N420; email@example.com.
rpper Moreland cree mublic Library, N09 Park Ave., Willow Grove, will hold the following:
• Teen MusCeAT Night will take place July 2P at 6:P0 p.m. to view a classic B-movie featuring Kevin Bacon, Fred War, Michael Gross and Reba McEntire.
• Action Stories for All Ages takes place Mondays at 2 p.m. Leap, catch stretch and move during this story time program.
• Toddler Story Times for ages N8 to P6 months takes place Tuesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• Babies and Books story time for caregivers and infants ages 6 to N8 months takes place Wednesdays at N0:P0 a.m.
• mreschool Story Time for children ages P to 5 takes place Thursdays at N0:P0 a.m. Program features stories and a themed craft or coloring project.
• hids Crafts takes place Thursdays from 6 to T:P0 p.m. for school-age children.
• Young bxplorers program for ages 24 to P6 months takes place Tuesdays at P:P0 p.m.
• Monday Night hnitter’s droup takes place every Monday from T to 8:45 p.m. All are welcome. Bring yarn and needles and progress through simple projects with instruction from Lisa, the group leader.
Information: 2N5-6590T4N or www.uppermorelandlibrary.org.
Abington Memorial eospital will hold the following:
Information: 2N5-48N2204 or www.amh.org.
dilda’s Club at Abington Memorial eospital will hold the following: To register or for more information: 2N5-48N-6T00 or www.gildasclubdelval.org.
dilda’s Club aelaware salley, 200 Kirk Road, Warminster, will hold the following:
• hid Support droup meets Tuesdays from 6:P0 to 8 p.m. Program is for children 4 to N2 who have cancer in their lives.
• Become a Member takes place every Wednes-
from 5 to 6 p.m.
• Living with Cancer Support droup meets every Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m.
• Living tith Loss meets every Wednesday from 6:P0 to 8 p.m.
• camily C criends Support droup meets every Thursday from 6:P0 to 8 p.m.
• Life After the aeath of a Spouse Networking will PHHW WKH fiUVW 7uHVGDy Rn the month.
• Life After the aeath of a marent Networking will meet the second Wednesday.
• eealthy bating Support droup meets Mondays from NN:N5 a.m. to N2:N5 p.m.
• tellness droup Meetings take place Tuesdays from 2 to 4 p.m.
• dilda’s oailway C fce Cream takes place Tuesdays from 6:P0 to 8 p.m. Members from the Bristol Railroad Society will run G-scale trains on an outdoor track.
Information: 2N5-44NP290 or www.gildasclubdelval.org. day and Thursday
dlenside hiwanis Club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at T p.m. at the korth Hill VFW Post 25N9 Jenkintown, Road, Glenside. For more information, call 2N5-P2TN058.
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rpper Moreland marks and oecreation, NNT Park Avenue, Willow Grove, will hold the following:
• Barbone Street gazz Band will perform a free concert July 2N at 6:P0 p.m. at Masons Mill Park, P500 Masons Mill Road.
• The Large clowerheads will peform a free concert July 28 at 6:P0 p.m. at Mason Mill Park, P500 Masons Mill Road. Enjoy the sounds of the 60s.
• mickleball Meet-up will take place Saturdays, through Aug. N0 from N0 a.m. to noon at Masons Mill Park.
Information: 2N5-659PN00 ext. N0P9 or www.uppermoreland.org.
tarminster marks and oecreation, NN00 Veterans Way, in Warminster Community Park, will present the following:
• Mobile Arts san will be stopping by in local parks now through Aug. 8 offering free arts and crafts. Call for stops and times.
• Theater Camp will take place July 29 to Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to P p.m. Camp is for ages T to NN. cost is $85 for residents and $90 for nonresidents.
• tacky Chemistry Camp for ages 4 to NN will take place July 29 to Aug. 2 from N0 a.m. to noon. Cost is $NN5 for residents and $N25 for non-residents.
• dymnastics Camp for ages 5 and up will take place July 29 to Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $90 for residents and $95 for nonresidents.
• talking Club meets every Saturday at 8 a.m. at Warminster Community Park, P00 Veterans Way.
Information: 2N5-44P5428 or www.warminstertownship.orgLrecreation.
drace mresbyterian Church, 444 Old vork Road, Jenkintown, will host the following
• drace mlace, a forum where senior citizens can connect with neighbors, old friends and make new friends, meets every Friday at N0:P0 a.m. with lunch at noon and a program at N p.m. Enjoy homemade lunch, listen to speakers on various programs of interest, play games, express your artistic talent in painting or just talk with people about the day’s events. The program is open to all seniors in the community and no reservations are required.
Information: 2N5-88T6NNT, or www.gracejenkintown.org.
La Mott Seniors meet at NN a.m. on Thursdays at the La Mott Community Center, Willow and Sycamore avenues, La Mott. Club members enjoy a variety of entertainment and special events, including trips, guest speakers, games and more. Membership fees are $N5. For more information, call 2N5-6P5-P255.
oowland Seniors Club PHHWV DW 11 D.P. WKH fiUVW DnG third Friday of each month at the Rowland Community Center, Myrtle and Elm avenues, Cheltenham. Club members enjoy a variety of entertainment and special events, including trips, guest speakers, games and more. Membership fees are $5, plus $N.50 per meeting. For more information, call 2N5PT9-22PP.
lld York ooad TempleBeth Am, 9TN Old vork Road, Abington, will hold the following:
• Canasta for Beginners will take place July 25 from N0 a.m. to noon.
Information: 2N5-8868000 or www.oyrtbetham. org.
Celtic cestival will take place July 2N from noon to 6 p.m. at Graeme Park, 859 County Line Road, Horsham. The annual expanded event will feature music, food, border collie demonstrations, Highland games, crafts and more. Cost is $N0 for adults and 45 for children. For more information, call 2N5-P4P-0965 or visit www.graemepark.org.
Common Bond, a support group for widowed or divorced men and women over 50 PHHWV WKH fiUVW 6unGDy RI the month in the library of St. John’s Lutheran Church, 505 k. vork Road, Hatboro. Orientation for new members takes place at 2 p.m.; discussion is from 2;P0 to 4:P0 p.m. Reservations are required. Call 2N5-6T5-P94T or 2N5-9N8-PPT6.
aebtors Anonymous Meetings take place Saturday mornings from 8 to 9:N5 a.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church, NPPP Old Welsh Road, Huntingdon Valley. More directions and information, call Alan at 2N5-2P9-5N52.
bating aisorders Support droup will meet Sunday evenings at T p.m. at 95 James Way, Suite N20, Southampton. The local chapter of Eating Disorders Anonymous is using the group’s N2-step program to help area residents to share solutions for and recovery from eating disorders. For more information, call Eric at 2N5-8T0-0062, Lori at 2N5-64P-054T or Morgan at 26T-2N0-850T.
meople rnderstanding markinson’s (PUPSF meets the fourth Tuesday of the month from N to 2:P0 p.m. in the community room at Super Giant, PN5 vork Road, Willow Grove, PA N9090. For more information or to RSVP, call Lorna at 2N5-542-29PN.
TLA tidows and tidowers will hold the following:
• Ace in the eole Lunch and Show will take place July N6 with the bus leaving the St. Bede’s parking lot at T:45 a.m. and the Feasterville Kmart at 8 a.m. cost is $82. Call Dolores at 2N5598-P22T for reservations.
• deneral Meetings take place second Tuesday of the month at T:P0 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, Street Road, near Bustleton Avenue in Feasterville.
• oeach lut Meetings take place second Tuesday of the month from T to T:P0 p.m. at St. Stephen’s.
NAMED ... Holy Family University officials have announced the appointment of Michael W. Markowitz, PhD of Horsham, as the incoming vice president of academic affairs, following a national search. He officially begans his duties July 1. Markowitz currently serves as the dean of the Swchool of Arts and Sciences at Holy Family, where he has been a professor since 2009.