Events Calendar

Events for Southampton and surrounding area
for the next 10 days

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Events for 10/23/18 (Tuesday)
STITCH N' KNIT
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/23/18 Time: 1:00-3:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Bring a project or start something new, make new friends, and enjoy creating with a group of fellow crafters! No registration required!
CELL PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/23/18 Time: 6:00-7:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Come enjoy a class taught by professional photographer Kathy Peoples, owner of Katydid Photography in Warminster, PA. Guaranteed to be a fun and very Show More...informative class!
You'll learn how to...
- set your own focus quickly
- set your camera exposure to lighter or darker on the fly
- rules of composition for pleasing photos
- get soft bokeh backgrounds
- how to take night pictures without blur
- take panoramas effectively
- create double exposures with one swoop
- use quick editing tools
Registration required.. ...Show Less
AARP SAFE DRIVER COURSE
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/23/18-10/24/18 Time: 1:00-5:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Refresh your driving skills, reduce your overall car costs*, and learn research-based driving safety strategies! This course costs $15 for AARP members Show More...and $20 for non-members. Cash and check only. Must attend both days. Part One is on Tuesday, October 23rd at 1-5pm, and Part Two on Wednesday, October 24th at 1-5 PM.
*After taking the course, you may be eligible for a three-year discount on your car insurance! (Consult your auto insurance agent for details).. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/24/18 (Wednesday)
AARP SAFE DRIVER COURSE
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/23/18-10/24/18 Time: 1:00-5:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Refresh your driving skills, reduce your overall car costs*, and learn research-based driving safety strategies! This course costs $15 for AARP members Show More...and $20 for non-members. Cash and check only. Must attend both days. Part One is on Tuesday, October 23rd at 1-5pm, and Part Two on Wednesday, October 24th at 1-5 PM.
*After taking the course, you may be eligible for a three-year discount on your car insurance! (Consult your auto insurance agent for details).. ...Show Less
MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE MUSIC
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/24/18 Time: 6:00-8:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Join musician and scholar Paul Butler as he discusses and demonstrates a variety of Medieval and Renaissance era instruments. This event is open to all. Show More...Drop in.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/25/18 (Thursday)
VALLEY OF FEAR HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Phoenix Sport Club, 301 W. Bristol Rd., Feasterville, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/25/18-10/28/18 WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Valley of Fear
CONTACT: 215-942-9787   |    EMAIL
America's Most Horrifiying Woods! 4 Haunted Attractions, The Original Haunted Hayride, The Facility, Operation Z Escape Adventure, Scary Tales Forest Show More...Walk.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
KNOW YOUR MEDICARE OPTIONS
Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Rd., Richboro, PA 18954 (map)
Date: 10/25/18 Time: 6:30 PM    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-357-3050   |    EMAIL
Presented by Steve Perlman of DelVal Senior Advisors
During this free seminar you will learn
- How Medicare works and what it covers
- How Part Show More..."D" prescription cards work and how to pick the right one for you
- The differences between Medicare supplements and Medicare Advantage plans
Have your questions answered so you can make the right choice when planning for Medicare or Medicare Advantage decisions. This is a PA Forward program.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/26/18 (Friday)
VALLEY OF FEAR HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Phoenix Sport Club, 301 W. Bristol Rd., Feasterville, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/25/18-10/28/18 WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Valley of Fear
CONTACT: 215-942-9787   |    EMAIL
America's Most Horrifiying Woods! 4 Haunted Attractions, The Original Haunted Hayride, The Facility, Operation Z Escape Adventure, Scary Tales Forest Show More...Walk.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
NAVY SECRETARY JOHN F LEHMAN JR TO SPEAK
The Johnsville Centrifuge and Science Museum, Po Box 2014, Warminster, PA 18954 (map)
Date: 10/26/18 Time: Doors Open 11:30    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2672508841   |    EMAIL
Former Navy Secretary Dr. John F Lehman Jr. will speak about and sign copies of his latest book "Ocean Ventured, Winning the Cold War". He will include Show More...comments about the roll of former Bucks County naval base The Naval Air Development Center (NADC) in winning the Cold War. Lunch is $39.95 and signed copies of the book available for a $30 donation. Proceeds will support the development of a STEM education center and museum to be built at the corner of Bristol and Hatboro Roads.

Dr. Lehman is a great story teller and this is an event not to be missed. A great venue for a business lunch also.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/27/18 (Saturday)
WARMINSTER HISTORY DAY
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 Time: 11:00am-3:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Record your personal stories for a local documentary, enjoy kid-friendly crafts, and meet with local historical groups: the Warminster Historical Society, Show More...Craven Hall, Johnsville Centrifuge and Science Museum, and William Tennent House Association.
11am-Noon: "Local Warminster History" with Paul Petrun
Noon-1pm: Crafts/Face Painting, Conversation About Warminster, video documentary "Growing Up in Warminster"
1-2pm: "Craven Hall and John Fitch"
2-3pm: Crafts/Face Painting, Conversations About Warminster,
video documentary "Growing Up in Warminster". ...Show Less
YOGA WORKSHOP WITH MICHELLE SYNNESTVEDT
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 Time: 9am - 12 noon    WEBSITE
CONTACT: Visitor Services 267-502-2990   |    EMAIL
"Myth, Mindful Movement, Music, Mantra and Meditation" with celebrated instructor Michelle Synnestvedt offers an immersion into the tapestry of the East Show More...Indian practices of yoga. The morning includes storytelling, mindful movement-yoga poses appropriate for any level, devotional chanting (call and response singing), mantra and meditation.
Registration and payment of $45 per person required by October 20. To register or for more details: 267.502.2990 or info@glencairnmuseum.org. Doors open at 8:45am.
Participants should wear comfortable clothes with ease of movement and bring a yoga mat if they have one. Chairs will be available.
About the instructor
Michelle Synnestvedt is the owner and director of Dhuni Yoga and an E-RYT 500 (experienced registered yoga teacher) with over 20,000 hours of experience and training. She started her formal teacher training in the 1990s in an alignment-based Hatha yoga system and opened her first yoga studio soon after. She went on to train hundreds of teachers in the Philadelphia area over the last two decades. For more on Synnestvedt: www.dhuniyoga.com or www.michellesynnestvedt.com.. ...Show Less
VALLEY OF FEAR HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Phoenix Sport Club, 301 W. Bristol Rd., Feasterville, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/25/18-10/28/18 WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Valley of Fear
CONTACT: 215-942-9787   |    EMAIL
America's Most Horrifiying Woods! 4 Haunted Attractions, The Original Haunted Hayride, The Facility, Operation Z Escape Adventure, Scary Tales Forest Show More...Walk.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
SATURDAY MORNING BIRD WALK
Churchville Nature Center, 501 Churchville Lane, Churchville, PA 18966 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-357-4005   |    EMAIL
SCARECROW MAKING & PUMPKIN PAINTING EVENT
Gasper Garden Center, 316 Tanyard Road, Richboro, PA 18954 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-364-2400   |    EMAIL
TOUCH A TRUCK
Warminster Community Park, 1100 Veterans Way, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Warminster Parks & Recreation
CONTACT: 2154435428   |    EMAIL
TOUCH A TRUCK
Saturday, October 27, 2018 FREE to the Public!
Time: 10:00 AM-1:00 PM at Warminster Community Park
Come out and enjoy Show More...an unforgettable experience where kids, young & old, can touch, honk, and climb aboard some of the big rigs, construction, and public safety equipment they see on the road every day. A great & safe way to see these trucks up close and personal! New this year - a limited number of outside vendors will be permitted to include their trucks in the event. Call the Parks & Rec department for more info: 215-443-5428. Sponsored by: JP Mascaro & Southampton-Warminster Area Lions Club. ...Show Less
DESIGNER BAG BINGO OCTOBER 27 BENEFITING CAT TALES CAT RESCUE
VFW Post 6493, 645 Louis Drive, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/27/18 Time: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Doors open at 6:30    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Cat Tales Inc.
CONTACT: 215-933-6900   |    EMAIL
OCTOBER 27TH-Designer Bag Bingo benefiting Cat Tales cat rescue. 8 games, 4 boards per game and 1 door prize ticket. Cash games, 50/50 and raffle baskets! Show More... Venue has a bar with beverages available for purchase. Tickets available for purchase through our Facebook page (link above) or email "mouse@cattalesinc.org" Proceeds benefit both Cat Tales and Animal Lifeline. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/28/18 (Sunday)
ARTS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
1000 Northbrook Drive, Trevose, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/28/18 Time: 2:00 PM    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: TLC Arts, LLC
CONTACT: 484-264-7302   |    EMAIL
Dozens of prospective students have pre-enrolled, written letters of support or expressed interest in an arts-focused charter high school proposed for Show More...a 40,000-square-foot building in Bensalem Township. The hope is for even more student interest at not-for-profit organization TLC Arts, LLC sets three more information sessions on Oct. 14, Oct. 21 and Oct. 28, all at 2 p.m.
The organization plans to open TLC Bucks Arts Charter High School at 1000 Northbrook Drive for the 2019-2020 school year. Officials anticipate at least 250 ninth- through 12th-grade students the first year with a maximum capacity of 450 students.
The Bucks school will offer majors in the areas of dance, figure skating, music, theater, literary arts and visual arts. Students will spend half of their day studying in their major area of interest. Judging from his other schools, Lubben said dance will be the most popular of the majors. The Bucks school will house four floors, offering three dance studios, as well as performance space, a music room, art room and multiple classrooms and office space.
To learn more
TLC Arts, LLC is holding a series of information sessions at the site of the proposed TLC Bucks Arts Charter High School, 1000 Northbrook Drive in Trevose. The public is invited to stop by any of the sessions to tour the site and learn more about the school. Sessions will be offered as follows: Oct. 14, Oct. 21 and Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. For more information on TLC Bucks Arts Charter High School visit https://www.tlcbucks.org/.. ...Show Less
MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 10/28/18 Time: 1-5pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: Visitor Services 267-502-2990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum's Medieval Festival presents the arts and culture of the Middle Ages uniquely interpreted by skilled professionals renowned for their Show More...knowledge and craftsmanship.
At the same time, visitors to the castle-like former home during the festival have a rare opportunity to freely tour its galleries, walk through some family living spaces and ride the elevator to the tower for its inspiring views-all for the festival's budget-friendly admission price.
The Medieval Festival delivers something for everyone. This is a chance for families and individuals of all ages to watch and learn about-and sometimes try their hand at-crafts that were integral to European life in the Middle Ages.
Admission includes self-guided tours of the castle and tower: $10 adults, $8 seniors 65+ and students with ID. Free for members and children 3 and under. Come in medieval costume to win a prize.
New this year! Two fun activities for all ages are made possible with the help of students from Bryn Athyn College's "The Viking World" history class (included in admission fee).
--Viking Selfie Station. Accessorize from items in the Museum's prop box and pose for a selfie with students dressed as these Norse explorers, merchants, warriors or pirates from the Middle Ages. "Viking" derives from an Old Norse word that means "to raid."
--Rune Writing. Learn about rune writing-using a character "alphabet" dating from the time before Northern Europe became Christianized-from your Viking helpers and try your hand at making your own rune.
Please note: For this event the elevator stops at the 1st and 5th floors and the Tower only. Please use the stairs while exploring Glencairn Museum's galleries on all other floors. No wheelchairs beyond the 1st floor. No backpack-style baby carriers. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie sticks or videography.
This is the only time of the year to experience this selection of artisan-level crafts at Glencairn. The galleries and grounds are also open for self-guided and cell-phone audio tours. The Castle Café in the Upper Hall offers seating, along with beverages and snacks available for purchase from Be Well Bakery & Café. Free & ample parking.
Besides the Viking activities, demos & activities include
Stained Glass
Weaponry
Illuminated Manuscripts
Vocal Music
Printing Press
Going on Pilgrimage: The Pilgrim's Self-Guided Quest
Musical Instruments. ...Show Less
VALLEY OF FEAR HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Phoenix Sport Club, 301 W. Bristol Rd., Feasterville, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/25/18-10/28/18 WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Valley of Fear
CONTACT: 215-942-9787   |    EMAIL
America's Most Horrifiying Woods! 4 Haunted Attractions, The Original Haunted Hayride, The Facility, Operation Z Escape Adventure, Scary Tales Forest Show More...Walk.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ONE-DAY CLAY PROJECT: FAMILY-FRIENDS-&-ME
Earth Center Pottery at Tyler Park Arts Center, 10 Stable Mill Road, Richboro, PA 18954 (map)
Date: 10/28/18 Time: Sunday Afternooons 1:00 to 3 PM    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Tyler Park Arts Center
CONTACT: 267.218.0290   |    EMAIL
Create hand-formed clay project in this 2 hour guided workshop.
Two to three workshops offered monthly. See registration calendar for dates.
Projects Show More...may include Fairy house, toad abode, plates, cups, luminaries, and more. Suggestions for future workshops welcome.
All ages are welcome. Children under 7 need to be accompanied by assisting-adult.
Registration for single session @ $25 per person's project (no fee for adults assisting child's project). Fee includes all materials and firing of projects. Pick up projects after fired to high temperature.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/29/18 (Monday)
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
MEDICARE COUNSELING ANNUAL OPEN ENROLLMENT EVENT
Neshaminy Activity Center, 1842 Brownsville Road, Trevose, PA 19053 (map)
Date: 10/29/18 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.        Sponsored by: Bucks County Area Agency on Aging
CONTACT: 215-355-6967   |   
Unsure about your Medicare benefits? What to choose? How to save money on your prescription drugs? We can help! APPRISE Counselors will provide information Show More...to help you pick the best Medicare plan for you. Best of all, it's free, unbiased, and available to you at locations throughout Bucks County. Don't delay. Open enrollment begins October 15th and ends December 7th.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/30/18 (Tuesday)
STRANGER THINGS TRIVIA NIGHT
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/30/18 Time: 6:00-8:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Love Stranger Things? What to test your knowledge of the show against other loyal fans? Register your original team name of up to six members. Attendants Show More...will get the chance to win themed prizes, enjoy free refreshments, and dress up as their favorite character!. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
STITCH N' KNIT
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/30/18 Time: 1:00-3:00pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Bring a project or start something new, make new friends, and enjoy creating with a group of fellow crafters! No registration required!
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 10/31/18 (Wednesday)
HALLOWEEN MOVIE NIGHT: HOCUS POCUS
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 10/31/18 Time: 6:00-7:45pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Join us for snacks, candy, and hot apple cider as we watch the 1993 classic Halloween Movie, Hocus Pocus starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Show More...and Kathy Najimy.. ...Show Less
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less
Events for 11/1/18 (Thursday)
FREE ART EXHIBIT AND MONTHLY MEETING
Warminster Twp Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 9/21/18-11/30/18 Time: all day    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
CONTACT: 2156744292   |    EMAIL
Members of the Bucks-Mont Art League are now exhibiting their art works at the Warminster Township Free Library. These works of art will be on display Show More...from September 4 through November 30, 2018. Stop in and enjoy this free art exhibit. All works are eligible for purchase.
Do you love ART? Do you like to paint? Come to the Bucks-Mont Art League monthly meeting on October 16, 2018 at the Ben Wilson Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster. This October's meeting will be an "All Members Art Display Show". Meetings are from 6 to 8 pm. Come and join in on the fun. Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.. ...Show Less
NOVEMBER NONFICTION BOOK CLUB
Warminster Township Free Library, 1076 Emma Lane, Warminster, PA 18974 (map)
Date: 11/1/18 Time: 1:00-2:30pm    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 215-672-4362   |    EMAIL
Each month we read a nonfiction title and gather to discuss. Books and discussion guides are available at the Information Services Desk. No registration Show More...required! This month's selection: This month's selection: The Woman Who Smashed Codes: A True Story of Love, Spies, and the Unlikely Heroine Who Outwitted America's Enemies by Jason Fagone.. ...Show Less
ART OF BRYN ATHYN'S NISHAN YARDUMIAN
Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (map)
Date: 4/22/18-11/4/18 Time: Tour exhibition Tu-Fri during 2:30pm "Highlights Tour," Sat-Sun 1-4:30pm (walk-ins welcome)    WEBSITE
CONTACT: 2675022990   |    EMAIL
Glencairn Museum mounts an exhibition of 20 paintings and drawings by the late Bryn Athyn artist and arts instructor Nishan Yardumian (1947-1986). "A Show More...Window to the Soul: Nishan Yardumian's Biblical Art" opens Sunday, April 22, during the Museum's annual Sacred Arts Festival and continues through Sunday, November 4, in Glencairn's Upper Hall exhibition space.
Yardumian taught painting in Bryn Athyn for many years, at both the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and Bryn Athyn College. A painter as well as a teacher, he was passionate about both professions. According to Yardumian, "Painting aims at the universal with the hopes that each individual can find his identification with it. Teaching aims at the individual with the hope of developing the universal."
Siri Hurst, Nishan Yardumian's widow, who owns many pieces of her late husband's work, says, "For the past five years, as I've taken a day each summer to archive Nishan's remaining art work, I noticed how he was drawn to the subject of 'heavenly appearances.' This theme coincided with my own philosophic reflections on how appearances reveal but also conceal, and this led me to suggest to Glencairn an exhibit that could include this theme.
"Two pieces in this exhibition are favorites of mine. I love 'Bethlehem' because it illustrates a story we can all relate to, of an idea-something of God-that is born within us. 'Annunciation to Shepherds' shows movement: Nishan saw the angel as 'appearing' and changing us, and the drama such change can represent.
"When I modeled for Nishan, I would watch his eyes. The intensity made me feel he was probing an idea beyond the observation. He often said, 'In the end it is not what we paint pictures of, but what we paint pictures from.' I think the key to understanding his art is to realize from what he painted.
"Nishan was deeply spiritual, and saw the discipline of painting and drawing as analogous to the struggle to see the truth. He said, 'Paintings don't re-direct the wind; they realign the heart.'
"He loved to paint stories from the Bible because of what they mean in our lives. Although religious imagery wasn't popular in the art world of his day [1970s and '80s], his work found a receptive home at Glencairn Museum whose mission supports an appreciation for our common spiritual history."
"Yardumian liked the idea that just as an artwork reflects and shapes the values of a home, a museum reflects and shapes the values of a community," says Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal, a close friend of Yardumian and currently Associate Professor of Art and Art History and head of the Art Department at Bryn Athyn College. She was exhibit coordinator for Glencairn's first solo Nishan Yardumian exhibition in 1987, a year after his death.
"So it is fitting that a number of homes have lent their cherished Biblical paintings to Glencairn Museum [for this exhibition]. Yardumian thought that attending an art exhibit is a reciprocal act between the artist and viewer: each brings their best self to the process, which results in a marvelous exchange of insights."
While there is no charge to view "A Window to the Soul," donations are accepted and access is included in tour and event admission.
Besides stated times, visitors may call for an appointment and when attending the Sacred Arts and Medieval Festivals. The exhibition is closed April 29 and May 26 for two concerts and on July 4.. ...Show Less

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