Happy Valentine's Day!
For all of you who are here celebrating the yearly Winter Festival this weekend, I sure hope you are having a great time. The Annie Haslam concert was a sell-out success and the parade down Bridge Street in New Hope to Bridge Street in Lambertville was fantastic! Three string bands!!!
There's still one day left for the festival (Sunday, Feb. 9th) - so, if you are receiving this message early enough, come on out for more fun! Go to www.winterfestival.net for more info.
There lot's of things going on in town - even special events for Valentine's Day. Visit What's New (www.newhopepennsylvania.com/whatsnew.html) for a listing of events.
I updated the FACES & PLACES archives so that you can more easily locate the article written about your favorite person or event. Go check out: www.newhopepennsylvania.com/archives.htm
Local Color - This month we spotlight Jan and Paul Witte - they share their love story that started 29 years ago!
Art & Artists - Robert Rosenwald is the enigmatic creator of the exciting kinetic sculpture that greets visitors as they cross the bridge into New Hope.
Around Town - Did you know that the Hepatitis B Foundation was started right here in New Hope? Read about the grant it recently received to build a new research facility in Doylestown.
& Music - What a special treat I had to meet Tony Award
winner and Stockton resident Blair Brown! She is performing as
Prospera in The Tempest at McCarter
Theater in Princeton.
FOR THE MONTH
See you around town!
Your friendly editor,