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He’d yell before I went anywhere especially if it was with a boy. He thought there were payphones everywhere. I guess he forgot we didn’t live on a Philly city block anymore.

Emily Thompson’s paintings will be included in “You’re Just My Type” – an invitational, international showcase of artists who simply have a way with words.

Photography that represents Stephen Harris’ digital eye, alongside Gail Fisher, a talented artist, is coming to an end in June at the gallery inside the Green Building Center in Lambertville, N.J.

Plein air painting returns to Phillips’ Mill this summer with seasoned artist Christopher Monteiro leading artists of all skill levels in many media on the grounds of the Mill by Primrose Creek.

Stover Mill Gallery has issued a call for entries for its Tenth Juried Art Exhibition.

You’re invited to a coloring book social from 6 to 8 p.m. June 13, at Sojourner in Lambertville, N.J. At 6 p.m., artist Gwenn Seemel will talk about the new mental health workbook, “Everything’s Fine,” and then participants will color and have some cookies.

Doylestown’s Pride celebration events run June 13 through 23.

Glen Foerd kicks off the official start of summer at its Third Thursday Summer Solstice Celebration with a free evening filled with music, food, art, and community spirit from 6 to 8:30 p.m. June 20.

Area residents looking for one-of-a-kind artisan gifts for themselves or others can check out McConkey’s Market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15 in Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA).

Friday, June 14 will bring a new mainstage production to Music Mountain Theatre (MMT) in Lambertville, N.J., for a three-weekend run.

In celebration of Pride Month, Music Mountain Theatre (MMT) in Lambertville, N.J., is hosting its annual Pride Night on Saturday, June 22.

“You are to report to Station X at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, in four days time....That is all you need to know.” By the time World War II ended, hundreds of young women throughout Great Britain would receive a telegram like this one, summoning them to Bletchley Park, code name Station X, to play a vital, yet, until many years later, unsung role in defeating Nazi Germany.

Eric Mintel, acclaimed jazz musician and paranormal investigator, announced the world premiere of a new series created by Ed Crimi, “Paranormal Pickers.”

The “Reel” Garden Party in support of the historic Newtown Theatre will return on Thursday, June 27, at the home of Ernie and Rebecca Bancroft in Newtown Borough.

The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra announces its 2024 Youth Concerto Competition winners. Auditions were held in Doylestown on April 27, with nine young people ages 10-14 participating.Elijah Song, …

Flemington DIY, local nonprofit community arts space, has announced Bio Blitz 2024, a celebration of biodiversity in the Borough of Flemington, N.J., happening the weekend of June 22-23.

The New Jersey State Museum presents “Science Under the Stars,” a free monthly lecture series held on Saturdays in the Planetarium.

The Hunterdon County Rug Artisans Guild (HCRAG) holds its regional school Monday, July 29, through Thursday, Aug. 1, at Flemington Elks Lodge #1928, 165 Route 31, Flemington, N.J.

The Tinicum Civic Association invites drop-offs for its book sale and its white elephant sale, to be held during its 73rd Tinicum Arts Festival.

It’s become an annual tradition for Tinicum Conservancy members, family and friends to gather on a private property one evening every year and watch a great film together, and this year they have something extraordinary on offer: “My Octopus Teacher.”

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