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Slate Hill Burial Ground in Lower Makefield is said to be the oldest cemetery in Bucks County, with interments dating to the 1690s. The oldest tombstone has 1698 inscribed on it and the last internment occurred in 1918.

Norval Reece, who worked with Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy during the 1960s on civil rights and anti-Vietnam marches and campaigns, will speak on “Why Activism in the …

The Newtown Quaker Meeting Adult Class program at 9:45 a.m. on Easter Sunday, March 31 will feature Ari Honarvar leading a program on “Resilience Through Joy” via Zoom, at the Quaker …

Joe Mancuso, engineer, writer and musician, will speak on “Why No Shoes?: Joys & Lessons of an Experiment Gone Wild,” at the Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court St., at 9:45 a.m. on …

George Lakey, sociologist, Quaker, and former Swarthmore professor, will speak on “How to Move Forward in Polarized Times” Sunday, March 17, at 9:45 a.m., at historic Newtown Friends …

Actor and author Benjamin Lloyd will speak on Vocal Ministry in Quaker Meeting at the Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court St., at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, March 10.

One could assume that Yardley was named after the man who emigrated to America after purchasing the land from William Penn, but the story is not that simple. William Yardley was an English Quaker, who …

All are welcome to join Solebury Friends Meeting for its annual Christmas and Mitten Tree Program Sunday, Dec. 17. Those attending should bring a pair of mittens, gloves, socks or a scarf to decorate …

Dan Seeger, Quaker activist and writer, will speak on “The U.S. Constitution and the Quaker Quest for a New Jerusalem” at the Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court St., at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Dec. …

The Newtown Quaker Meeting children and teenagers hosted a Simple Supper to raise funds for their selected charity this year and raised $2,008 for Penndel Food Pantry of the Bucks County Housing …

Newtown Quaker Meeting sent greetings and love to people throughout the world on Oct. 1, in celebration of World Quaker Day, as they gathered in person and virtually via Zoom for worship in …

Newtown Quaker Meeting sent greetings and love to people throughout the world on Oct. 1, in celebration of World Quaker Day, as they gathered in person and virtually via Zoom for worship in …

Eastern State Penitentiary, a Quaker-inspired prison opened in 1829, will be the topic at Newtown Quaker Meeting adult class (www.newtownfriendsmeeting.org) on Court Street at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Oct. …

More than 65 Bucks area nonprofits, crafters and entertainers will come together Sept. 30 for the 23rd annual Peace Fair at the Buckingham Friends Meetinghouse in Lahaska.

Over the weekend, a recreated 17th century tall ship sailed up the Delaware River to Bristol, a port that welcomed Quakers to Bucks County in the 1680s.

Join Yardley Friends Quaker Meeting, at 65 N. Main St., Yardley, for a flea market on its grounds from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 9. The rain date is Sept. 16.For 67 years, Friends at Yardley Meeting …

The public is invited to join Doylestown Friends Quaker Meeting in its annual observance of Hiroshima Day at the intersection of State and Main Streets in Doylestown between noon and 2 p.m. Sunday, …

On Sunday, Adam Waterbear DePaul, Chief of Education and Tribal Storykeeper of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania, will discuss the past and present of the Lenape people in Pennsylvania.The free …

Since our beginning in 1953, Historic Fallsington Inc. has been the depository of thousands of objects and archival records. They all help tell the narrative of Fallsington’s past and the people that helped create this village and how they lived.

RSWR is a Quaker organization currently working in India, Kenya, Guatemala and Sierra Leone, providing small grants to groups of impoverished women who then make microloans to their members to engage …

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