Experience the Hidden Treasures of Korea
LOWER MAKEFIELD - The Korean ppirit and Culture mromotion mroject will present a program on “The eidden Treasures of Korean Art and Modern Korea” on paturdayI peptK U at O pKmK DW WKH YDrdOHy-0DNHfiHOd Branch of the Bucks County Free LibraryI NMUM Edgewood RoadI vardleyK
7wR dRFuPHnWDry fiOPs about Korea will be shownK 7KH firsW fiOP wLOO LOOusWrDWH the artistic and cultural achievements of Korea’s pastI including eangul EKorean alphabetF and The Tripitaka Koreana Ea national treasure of KoreaFK 7KH sHFRnd fiOP wLOO dHSLFW Korea’s industrial achievements since the Korean WarK Reenactment of the Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony will also be shownK A complimentary Korean traditional meal will followK
The public is invited to hear and taste the history of KoreaK ko registration is required for this free programI which is sponsored by the Friends of the vardley0DNHfiHOd BrDnFK LLErDry.
Later in the monthI on paturdayI peptK O9 beginning at O pKmKI historical reenactor Michael gesberger will present a program on the American Revolution in Bucks CountyK
Complete with reproduction-period itemsI uniformsI maps and eyewitness accountsI the program will tell the story of the common soldiers who fought in the Revolution and the various minor engagements and military incidents that took place in the neighboring villages and towns of Bucks CountyI including genks MillI The Bird In eandI Bloody Run and the Revolutionary War Burial site in LanghorneK
Registration is not required for this free programI which is sponsored by the Friends of the vardley0DNHfiHOd BrDnFK LLErDry.
The Makefield Women’s Association (MWA) will host a “Flapjack Fundraiser” at the Applebee’s Bar & Grill in Newtown The fundraiser will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. Applebee’s, owned by Newtown-based Rose Group, provides...