Welcome to September 2003
In this issue:
* Comments from the Peanut Gallery
September - School - Autumn - Cooler weather - Football (?) - Falling Leaves - could life be any better?
While riding my bike
on the Tow Path Sunday (for 3 hours) I thought of
Read on, my friends....
I am in the process of updating all the business listings on the website, but it takes time and I don't have a staff to help.
If you are a business owner in Lambertville or New Hope, you could help me out me out a lot by going to the "List with Us" page and filling in the on-line form.
Thanks in advance.
I had hoped to include some general information on the current virus situation - written by an ISP friend of mine. Perhaps next month.
Resources for Wellness
Well, I am delayed in getting this new website up (Resources for Wellness) - I hope to have it ready to go by Sept. 15th. Stayed tuned and watch your email.
Sept 6 - Mark the date! Enjoy New Hope! Good things happening this weekend for the whole family. For more info, Click Here.
Sept 7 - FACT AIDS Walk Kick-off party at the Lambertville Station parking area. 1:00 - 5:00. Everyone welcome! Suggested $10 donation.
Sept 18 - Old Fashioned Hoe Down at the Eagle Fire House. 6:30 $35 in advance. Sponsored by PIP (Partners in Progress) Call 215-862-0883.
Sept 20 & 21 - AIDS Memorial Quilt on display at New Hope Solebury HS. Sat. 10-4, Sun 9-3.
Sept 21 - 2003 AIDS Walk! For more info, go to their website at www.FACTBucksCounty.org.
Oktoberfest celebrations coming in October. Info will be posted on Calendar of Events.
More to Follow
Stay tuned for info next month on a special Holiday night - in December!
The Winter Festival Committee is working hard to get things in gear for Feb 6-8. This year the Chili Cook-off will be by ticket only. Tickets $20 in advance - only 700 sold total so register early. Info will be available on the website within the next week. www.WinterFestival.net.
September Horoscope - Jani Allan once again lights up the skies with her "on-target" look at our starscopes.
Local Color - A surprise article. Sylvia Dubois, born in 1788. Read why she is featured this month.
The Arts - Fabric Artist Jeanne Walton wows us with her wonderful creations.
Around Town - What you have always wanted to know about the Delaware Canal and tow path. Knowing the history will help make you walk, jog, or bike ride more enjoyable! Written by Megan Wetzel.
Recipe of the Month - from Drew Giorgi. Hamilton's Grill Room offers top tips for cooking perfect fish - and they should know!
This month the Free Monthly Drawing is a set of tickets to a Roxey Ballet - sponsored, of course, by the Roxey Ballet Company!
The winner of last month's drawing is Virginia Prouse, who won a $50 gift certificate to Suzie Hot Sauce in New Hope.
Peace is a cessation
of againstness, where you are not holding a position about anything
or anyone, and
you do not judge. - John Roger, from Loving
Each Day for Peacemakers
See you in October!
Your friendly editor,