• Storytime series for children are held at the Samuel Pierce branch of Bucks County Free iibrary, 491 Arthur Avenue, Perkasie.
Babies Love Books, for ages six to 24 months, features stories, song and activities 10W30 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays. TerrLfic Toddlers, for ages two and three, is 10W1R to 10W4R a.m. or 11 to 11W30 a.m. Thursdays. Preschoolers story program, for ages four through six, is 1W30 to 2W1R p.m. Thursdays.
Sessions run four weeks. Registration is preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. InformationW sisit the library, see www.buckslib.org or call 21R-2R7-9718.
• Meeting space during library hours and copies of books are available for having a book dLscussLon group at the Samuel Pierce branch of Bucks County Free iibrary, 491 Arthur Ave., Perkasie.
Book Clubs Ln a Bag, including 10 copies of a title and book discussion guide, are available for many popular titles and can be checked out for six weeks. Some include multiple formats, including large print and audio. Staff is available to assist. See www.buckslib.org for information on Book Clubs in a Bag. Call 21R-2R7-9718 to book the meeting room. be held 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at Upper Bucks County Technical School, 311R Ridge Road in Bedminster.
CostW AR per copy paper box or two grocery bags of documents. Staples, paper clips and small binder clips are accepted. No newspapers, phone books or books. All proceeds benefit UBCTS student activities.
InformationW www.ubtech. org.
• An AttLc Treasures rummage sale will be held 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 in the St. Agnes social hall, (entrance behind the church), 44R N. Main Street, Sellersville.
There will be household items, toys, Christmas items, bric-a-brac, small furniture and other items. Refreshments are available.
Table space is available for A20 each or two for A3R. InformationW 21R-804-R234.
•A Founder’s Day CelebratLon, in recognition of the contributions of Nancy heenan and Clarence Applegate, will be held 3 to R p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21 at Pennridge Community Center, routes 113 and 1R2 in Silverdale.
A concert by the Harmonaires will be followed with light refreshments.
Admission is free, but please pick up tickets in advance to be assured a seat. Tickets are available at the receptionist’s desk.
InformationW snuggle[email protected]cast.net or 21R4R3-7RS4.
•A flea market will be held 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at Upper Bucks County Technical School, 311R Ridge Road in Bedminster.
It will be held in conjunction with the paper shredding (above) and the hoagie sale pick-up.
Space is available for A20 per vehicle; please provide your own table. dates will open at 7 a.m.
InformationW www.ubtech. org or 21R-79R-2911.
• The monthly meeting of the PerkasLe Dog Park Board of Directors will be SW30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22 at the dog park in ienape Park on Constitution Avenue.
The monthly meetings are open to the public and park users are encouraged to attend when they have comments or concerns about the park.
There will also be a work day to prepare for winter 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at the park.
• gournalist and mental health advocate -ane Pauley will be the featured speaker at Penn FoundatLon’s 10th annual Autumn Event fundraiser 7W30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 at Calvary Church, 820 Route 113 in Hilltown.
The evening will include the presentation of Penn Foundation’s ninth annual Adventures in Excellence Award to Frederick E. Schea, president and CEO of First Savings.
Proceeds benefit Penn Foundation’s Commonwealth Fund and helps the organization provide care to more than 10,000 people each year.
There will be a silent auction beginning at RW30 p.m. Proceeds from it benefit Camp Courage, a summer camp for children with special needs sponsored by Penn Foundation in partnership with Camp Men-O-ian in nuakertown.
TicketsW A20; four for AS0. Information or to purchase ticketsW www.pennfoundation.org or 21R-4R3-R182.
•“LLve on Stage, The RaLn Forest,” featuring comedy and animals, including exotic birds, kinkajous, jungle cats, monkeys and snakes, will be at West Rockhill Elementary School, 1000 Washington Avenue, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Presented by the non-profit organization Understanding Wildlife, Inc., the goal is to educate about animals facing possible extinction and to inspire people to get involved and make this a better world for all to live in.
TicketsW AR; children younger than three admitted free. Tickets will be available at the door. InformationW www.understandingwildlife.org.
• Hidden Meadows on the Ridge, 340 Farmers iane, Sellersville, holds its fourth annual Safe TrLck or Treat SW30 to 7W30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2R.
All children 10 and younger in costume are welcome to participate.
• West RockhLll TownshLp Park & RecreatLon’s second annual fLshLng derby will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at games Memorial Park, 1027 Ridge Road.
There will be four different types of 13 to 14 inch trout. There will also be
•“AmelLa” will be shown at a family movie night 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2S at Peace-Tohickon iutheran Church, 100 Old Bethlehem Road (off Route 313), Perkasie.
The fact based drama starring Hilary Swank and Richard dere follows the life of aviator Amelia Earhart.
Admission is free. InformationW www.Peace-Tohickon.org or 21R-2R7-3294.
• Sellersville Borough holds its annual Halloween Parade 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. at the municipal parking lot at Penn and Church streets. The parade route is W. Church Street to High Street, Walnut Street to Temple Avenue, and N. Main Street to the Sellersville firehouse where contestants will be judged and prizes awarded.
A hot dog and drink will be provided to all participants.
In the event of rain, no parade will take place, but judging will be held at the firehouse. InformationW 21R2R7-R07R. three tagged fish with a AR0 prize.
The fishing derby is for ages 12 and younger. Each contestant will receive a free hot dog and drink. All contestants must be accompanied by an adult.
• An ApplLance and Scrap Metal DrLve benefitting Perkasie Fire Company will be held 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at Schoeller’s, 419 S. Fifth Street, Perkasie.
Appliances with refrigerants, such as refrigerators, freezers, air-conditioners and dehumidifiers, will be accepted for a A30 donation to properly remove any harmful chemical. Other appliances and metal will be accepted free.
InformationW kasiefd.org or R131. www.per21R-2R7-
• Horse racLng on the cloth track at Pennridge Community Center will be held 10 a.m. to 1 p.m Saturday, Oct. 27.
A A1 wagering minimum is optional. InformationW snuggle[email protected]cast.net or 21R-4R3-7027.
• Sellersville Fire Department, 2 N. Main Street, Sellersville, hosts its annual FLre PreventLon Open House noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28.
The family educational day will include firefighter vehicle suppression and rescue demonstrations. There will also be fire prevention activities such as “How to Operate a Portable Fire Extinguisher,” “Proper Care and Usage of Smoke Detectors,” “Home Escape Plans,” “Electrical Safety” and “Maintaining Safety in vour hitchen.”
There will also be local police and EMS members. Bring your camera to capture the moments. iunch will be courtesy of the Sellersville Fire Dept. iadies Auxiliary. Admission is free. InformationW www.sellersvillefd. com or 21R-2R7-4028.
• Mayor gohn Hollenbach has proclaimed Halloween Evening in Perkasie as S to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Parents are encouraged to accompany their children while out trick or treating.
• Crafters are needed for an ,ndoor Craft FaLr 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 at Cressman Armory, 22R East Park Avenue, Sellersville.
Space is A2R and a donation to the raffle table. InformationW janetbas[email protected]hoo.com or 21R-234-4729. To see the full list of events
and programs, visit the Community section at PerkasieNewsHerald.com!