In this issue:
- Upcoming Events
- FACES & PLACES
- Free Monthly Drawing
said it before and I will say it again! My whole life has changed
since Feb 3rd
when George and I went to pick up our puppy, Lexi. I thought
I wouldn't survive the first month, but here I am - she's 4 and
half months old and I think I have aged 10 years.
The good news - I can now get several
hours of work done a day - when she sleeps of course. I pretty
much know her
and she is 80% potty trained
- maybe more - she hasn't had an accident in several days. Lexi
has already been through 5 weeks of puppy class. She was the
most hyper and the smallest in the class and, I suspect, that
she might have failed the class if they didn't have a policy
of passing every student. They told us that we need to put her
into high activity situations to teach her not to get so excited
each time she sees a human or dog within sight or sound.
In an effort to help improve her social skills, she and I took
a walk a couple of weeks ago (before Easter) in Peddler's Village.
There is a little pet accessories store there that allows pets.
In we went and walked around the store while the store owner
finished up a phone call. When she hung up the phone, she quickly
pointed to a row of new doggy hats that had just come in. She
asked me to have Lexi model one of them. I immediately fell in
love with the little pink doggy hat with a black and white polka
dot ribbon encircling the top.
Anyone who knows me knows that
I am far from being a "froo
froo" person. Heck, I used to be a New Jersey wreck diver!
Needless to say, I bought the $30 pink hat !"(I don't spend
that much on my OWN headgear!) and let Lexi wear it for the rest
of our walk. She instantly became a magnet for "Ooooh, look
at that cute little dog with the pink hat."
So sue me - I have become a sucker
for "cute" and
I'm OK with it.
This is only a partial listing. (Refer
to the Calendar
of Events or the Press section
for more information on the events listed below.)
April 21, Saturday,The
sixth annual Bucks County Antiques Show
April 22, 2:00 PM Planned
Parenthood Association of Bucks County (PPABC) presents its annual
fundraising benefit SING OUT LOUD AND PROUD
April 28, Saturday, The
New Hope Garden Club along with volunteers will participate in
the Friends of the Delaware Canal Annual Cleanup
28 & 29, Lambertville
28 & 29, 2:00 pm, Roxey
Ballet presents Children's Classic Stories featuring "Peter & the
Wolf" and "Graduation Ball"
APRIL 29TH, 7 PM - 1 AM, Sunday, FACT
BUCKS COUNTY PRESENTS THEIR SPRING EVENT - PROM NIGHT
May 12 - Second Saturday
May 15, FACT BINGO
May 19, Bucks County Audubon Society Third Annual Wildlife Day
25 & 26, Riverside Symphonia
Baroque and Beyond.
If you have any other events to be posted,
please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
on the Faces & Places logo
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ART & HISTORY
- is the Annual Sculpture New Hope
The Opening Reception is always a wonderful display of indoor
and outdoor sculpture as well as a GREAT party!
TOWN - is the Annual
Shad Fest in Lambertville, NJ
TOWN (2)- is a Benefit hosted by Planned
Parenthood of Bucks County
This month's Free Monthly
Drawing is a one hour Tibetan Bowl Sacred Sound Balancing Session with
Lou Tenaglia of www.aFloatingLeaf.com.
March Winner of
two tickets to any 2007 show at
County Playhouse - a $46 value was Beverly Harrison.
Note: Due to an increase
in spam to the Free Monthly Drawing AND because I am having
trouble contacting monthly winners (most likely because they
have their own spam filters), I am now requiring Free Monthly
Drawing entrants to include their complete contact information.
If you would like to enter the drawing but do not wish to
submit your contact information, you can call me at 215-862-6489.
Your friendly editor,