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Peace Valley Holistic Center to host annual fundraiser at The Bucks Club

Peace Valley Holistic Center (PVHC), a non-profit center for special needs children and their families with a focus on Autism, will host Fall Fest, Sunday, Nov. 10 at the beautiful Bucks Club, 2600 York Road in Jamison.

Tickets are available for $39 per person in advance and $45 at the door. Ticket price includes entry into the event, a buffet-style dinner, beer, and cash bar for cocktails and wine. The fundraiser goes from 2 to 5 p.m.

Music will be provided by Sound Sensation and Outta Pocket dance band. A vodka- and whiskey-tasting will be provided by 1675 Spirits, a craft distillery located in Bensalem. Also, the Willow Grove Bonefish Grille is back to sample some of their fabulous food fare.

Also returning is the popular silent auction, and much, much more. The silent auction includes a great selection of gift certificates, beautifully wrapped gift baskets and items for all tastes and hobbies.

To purchase tickets, call the Peace Valley Holistic Center at 215-887-9901.

All proceeds benefit the PVHC Special Needs Children's Services Grant Fund for economically distressed families that depend on the Center as a resource. PVHC is a member of the Bucks County Family Support and Resource Coalition (agencies and non-profits in Bucks County that provide no-fee services to low income families in need.)

PVHC is a resource for local Bucks/Montgomery County families, families in Southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, up and down the East Coast, and beyond.

For more information, visit online at or read Bucks County Magazine’s recent article: Helping Children Holistically. (NFP:

The Center is located at 224 Old Limekiln Road in Chalfont, adjacent to Peace Valley Park. The organization is also in the process of expanding to a second location in Middletown.