The Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce welcomes Sharon Foley and the BTX BAR at Alpha Derm New Hope as our newest member. At BTX Bar, Board Certified Dermatologists offer Botox and dermal fillers with 20 years experience. Walk-in Friendly!
About Shannon Foley, R.N., BSN: Shannon was born and raised in Ocean City, Maryland. She earned her undergraduate degree at Towson University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. Shannon continued her education at Salisbury University where she received her second Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
408 Lower York Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938 • (215) 442 1896 • www.btxbar.com
THANK YOU “Harness Life” for recognizing the work that LAMBERTVILLE ANIMAL WELFARE does in working with Animal Control in 18 townships in Hunterdon County to save, vet, spay/neuter and adopt out ALL animals found, and in our care! And of course our passion for doing TNR work!
Harness Life awarded 12 spay/neuter grants to rescue groups in NJ for their “2015 Twelve Spays of Christmas”program, and LAW was one of the lucky (honored!) twelve.
Harness Life is a wonderful organization (read their story below + check out their website!) and we are so grateful for their recognition and the grant that will enable us to spay/neuter cats at our low cost cat clinic McSnip - stopping the births of thousands more!
FROM HARNESS LIFE: Why do we work so diligently to raise money for our ♀Spay ♂Neuter Fund? So we can give grants to hard working rescue groups! This grant money specifically targets sterilization – currently the best way we know of to #StopRoverpopulation at the source.
We’ve sought out twelve New Jersey based organizations that rescue dogs or cats to be our 2015 Twelve Spays Of Christmas recipients. These groups are dedicated to saving, vetting, sterilizing and finding great homes for companion animals. Enjoy! http://www.harnesslife.org
Lambertville, New Jersey's Downtown Performing Arts Center (DPAC) has announced its 2016 Winter Class Schedule. Set to begin January 4, the 11-week session features classes for all ages in dance, acting, Pilates and more.
Beginner, intermediate and advanced classes are being offered for jazz, tap and ballet. Classes are designed to enhance performance techniques and build skills for students of all ages.
Acting talents will be honed through classes taught by industry professionals including an adult acting class led by award-winning film and theater director Stephen Stahl. Classes will focus on performance skills and vocalization techniques ultimately building confidence and preparing students for actual stage performances. Stahl's acting class will begin on Monday, January 18 following the off-Broadway opening of his production, "Sanctuary the Play."
Saturday morning will include classes in Pilates and Kinder Dance. Pilates will build strength, endurance and flexibility and include core training techniques. Kinder-Dance will introduce children to the dance classroom and disciplines of ballet, tap and jazz.
DPAC is helping to prepare teens for college with two new offerings on Tuesdays. Musical Theatre History will discuss the development of musical theater as an art form from its earliest years into the 21st Century. Later that same evening, a College Prep class will guide and support students through college acting and assist on preparation of musical theater applications and auditions.
Finally, DPAC is pleased to again offer their "Triple Threat Master Class." This team-taught weekly class is designed to perfect vocal skills, acting and dancing while building confidence for performance and auditions. Previous students have found this class to be the perfect foundation for those all important high school and college auditions.
For information about all of the 2016 Winter Classes, visit www.downtownpac.com or call (609) 397-3337. The Downtown Performing Arts Center is located at 54 Mt. Airy Village Rd. in Lambertville, N.J. and welcomes students of all ages.
Downtown Performing Arts Center instructor and Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre Artistic Director, Louis Palena, leads a dance class.
photo by Casey Ivan
Santa Claus, that merry old soul and purveyor of pancakes, is making his way via reindeer-drawn sled to the New Hope Eagle Fire House this Sunday for his annual breakfast with the local kids.
Details at New Hope Free Press
You can beat the New Hope Film Festival deadlines by submitting your film now! The regular deadline is December 23, 2015 deadline and the late deadline is January 29th, 2016.
The Festival continues to accept U. S. and international entries in Art House Feature, Documentary, Student, Short Films, Music Videos, Webisode, TV Pilots, Mid-Atlantic, Teleplays, Short and Feature Screenplay categories.
To submit your work for the festival judges’ consideration, proceed to New Hope Film Festival’s website at www.newhopefilmfestival.com, click on Submissions and proceed to the festival’s profile page on Withoutabox.com.
It takes a lot of volunteers to make the New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival happen. Volunteer to be on the committee and learn how this highly successful event is prepared for and run, and contribute your talents. Email us at email@example.com and view the new application is at www.newhopeartsandcrafts.com
What a great way to celebrate El Tule 5th year anniversary & Quinoa 2nd Year Anniversary! Join Jack, Becca, Said and Carmen as they create a unique menu fused with Peruvian, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican & Mexican flair for this two night special event in support of giving back and making a difference in the world. Please note that a portion of all proceeds will be donated to a local Dominican community or organization currently working with Fathom Travel.
In addition to the opportunity to give back while enjoying yummy food you will now have an opportunity to bid on the experience of a lifetime. One that will touch your heart and change the lives of not only those that you help but your own. Pack your bags and get ready to immerse yourself in the ultimate give back where you get to get your hands dirty, see it all unfold before your eyes and return home knowing you made a difference. You will be bidding on a Fathom 7 day/6 night cruise to the Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic aboard the Adonia. For more details about this journey please visit the following link and then click on the Dominican Republic: www.fathom.org. Good luck to all who participate, thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you next weekend.
Bucks County Playhouse on Wednesday announced that it will hold a series of art, theater, and dance workshops and events in January at Lambertville Hall, 57 Bridge St. in Lambertville. They include:
The Greater New Hope Chamber welcomes Red Tulip Gallery!
Red Tulip Gallery is an artists’ cooperative run by members of the Bucks County Guild of Craftsmen. The Guild, which is a local chapter of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, exists to stimulate interest in fine crafts and appreciation of the work of craftsmen. The Guild upholds and maintains standards of excellence in design and workmanship, assists members in marketing high quality crafts and provides a forum for exchange of ideas and information through its meetings and programs.
More at: http://redtulipcrafts.com/
The Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce & Business Alliance would like to welcome Cliff Montgomery and "Montgomery Career Coaching" as our newest chamber member. Cliff has been a friend of the GNHCC for years, and we welcome his continued support. Thank you Cliff for joining our family!