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Carroll Engineering Corporation
949 Easton Road , Warrington
Phone: (215) 343-5700     Website
Carroll Engineering Corporation Welcomes New Municipal Practice Leader, Brady Flaharty, P.E.
Carroll Engineering Corporation (CEC) is excited to have Brady Flaharty, P.E. come on board! Mr. Flaharty has joined our CEC Management Team as our Municipal Practice Leader. He brings over 27 years of experience in nurturing relationships with Municipal and Authority clients, as well as providing solutions to help their communities to thrive. In the course of his professional career, he worked as a Township Engineer, Borough Engineer, Authority Engineer, as well as a Project Manager for numerous municipalities. “I look forward to strengthening Carroll Engineering’s Municipal Team and expanding our support capabilities to existing and future clients,” said Brady Flaharty, P.E.
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SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive, Doylestown
Phone: (215) 943-8850     Website
SCORE August webinars
In a continued effort to keep the local business community informed, SCORE Bucks County will offer two free webinars in August.
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DelVal University
4015 Trails Way E, Doylestown
Phone: 2154892301     Website
Hold Your Next Corporate Event at DelVal!
Delaware Valley University, located in the heart of beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania, may be just the location you are looking for. Whether it is an executive training seminar, an employee meeting or board retreat, utilizing the facilities of DelVal will help make your event a success! https://delval.edu/event-planning-facilities?utm_source=IQ&utm_medium=Email&
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Celebree School of Warrington
590 Kansas Rd , Warrington
Phone: 2673569499     Website
Celebree School to open in
WARRINGTON - A new preschool is scheduled to open its doors in Warrington Township later this summer. On June 22, Nita Solanki joined family, friends and local business and township leaders to ceremoniously break ground for the new Celebree School, which will be opening at the site of the former Children of America at 590 Kansas Road. "We are so excited to be bringing exceptional childcare to the Warrington area," said Solanki, who has lived in Bucks County for 40 years, moving from Bristol to Newtown and more recently to Warrington. Solanki thanked Warrington Township "for welcoming us to Bucks County. Your township places an importance on the education of our children," she said. "It is wonderful to be a part of such an amazing place where people are willing to invest in children and provide great facilities to attend school, learn and develop their gifts." The two story building will be renovated over the summer into Bucks County's first Celebree School with 11 classrooms and flex space where children can concentrate on scientific and mathematical thinking. The new school will serve youngsters from infant through school-age. "We will be another resource in the community for families who are in need of high quality child care services where children will not only be nurtured and protected, but a place where they will be educated," said Solanki. "Our curriculum offers a STEAM approach, a comprehensive day care curriculum that will welcome children while introducing them to a lifetime love of learning. "The education we are going to provide to the children will help them transition into kindergarten, and getting them ready for elementary school. I could have not envisioned a better business than this." After 25 years in the corporate world, Solanki left her job to refocus her attention on a new career in early childhood education. "For me, it was stepping out of my comfort zone and starting something that I always knew I would love and do," she said. "We have a five year old son and a nine year old daughter who went through the preschool environment. They were my inspiration to look into childcare and hopefully I will be able to provide that same love and care as the other institutions provided to my children," she said. After a thorough investigation, the Bucks County resident decided on the Maryland-based Celebree School as her franchise. "It was imperative to me to find a franchise that not only had a setting where parents feel comfortable leaving their children, but also embedded an educational background into the child and their development," said Solanki. "This brand puts a lot of effort into the curriculum. And it places a value on individualizing education for each child," said Solanki. The new school is slated to open in late summer or early fall of this year. "Our approach to early childhood education is a holistic one," explained Solanki. "Because children are capable of absorbing information on many levels, we emphasize educating the whole child. "Children need to develop emotionally and academically, but the stage needs to beset so they have a platform from which to rise and meet life's challenges. We will also help prepare them to be contributing members of society," she said. "That begins with teaching them to value themselves, recognize their abilities, and respect others." Over the next several months, parents can watch the renovations progress as the space transitions into the newest Celebree School. "We we are posting pictures of the renovations on our Facebook page so the public can follow our transformation," said Solanki. For more information about the school or to register, call 215-392-2765.
Potential Inc
170 Pheasant Run, Suite 100, Newtown
Phone: 2155796070     Website
Car Show for Autism
Potential’s Car Show for Autism Cruises into Town for Sixth Year Potential is thrilled to announce that this year’s car show will take place on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022 from 1 – 5 p.m. at Bucks County Community College. We take pride in hosting a family friendly car show which appeals to car owners, car aficionados and families. Proceeds from this year's event will help Potential in its effort to end the wait list for adults and children in our community seeking quality autism services. In doing this, Potential seeks to reduce the service wait time for adults and children in our community seeking quality autism services. Each year our show grows and this year is no different. We are seeking the help of local car owners/clubs, businesses, organizations, vendors, entertainers, donors, and volunteers to ensure its success. Opportunities to Support the Event: There are several ways in which you can help us make this event a success. These include: Registering to show your car/bike in the show, joining us as an event sponsor or trophy sponsor, participating as a vendor, donating your time and talent to our performance stage, advertising in our program map, signing on as an event volunteer, making a tax-deductible donation to Potential and of course bringing your family and friends to join in the fun. If you are interested in being a food truck vendor, please reach out directly to HSawyer@potentialinc.org. Event Guidelines Guidelines for this year’s show have been updated to make the event as safe and enjoyable as possible. This year: • We will run an unclassified show. Cars that wish to be parked together must arrive together, we will not skip spots for late comers. • Pre-registered cars are guaranteed a spot. (see pre-registration cut off date). Click Here to Register now! • Owners may pre-register prior to Sept 21st for $20. If space allows, day-of registration will be allowed at the door for $25. Pre-registering your vehicle guarantees your spot at the show. This is a non-refundable, tax-deductible donation to Potential. • Trophies will be awarded for Top 25, People’s Choice, Best of Show & President’s Choice. • Pre-registration liability forms for car owners will be signed electronically • The Car Show for Autism will follow local, state and federal guidelines in place at the time of the show. Other Event Highlights As in past years, our event will be offering other family-friendly features. These include: Live music and performances, Food trucks and Touch-a-Truck experiences. If you have any questions, concerns or would like to know more, please reach out to HSawyer@potentialinc.org. I would like to thank you again for your continued support of the Car Show for Autism and of Potential’s mission to serve those in our community living with autism. With YOUR help, we are making a difference! https://potentialinc.org/
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Delaware Valley University
646 Butler Ave, Doylestown
Phone: 2154892301     Website
DelVal’s Center for Learning in Retirement Fall Online Registration Opens August 1!
Are you looking to join an online community of lifelong learners this Fall? Explore the Possibilities with Delaware Valley University’s Center for Learning in Retirement (CLR) which offers peer-led online classes for retirees and semi-retirees to members far and wide.
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SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive, Doylestown
Phone: (215) 943-8850     Website
Entrepreneur Finds Niche Hoisting Temporary Construction Elevators
For the last decade, David Haeussler worked as a union ironworker at Local 401. During his time there he became a traveling foreman and executed many projects with local labor forces up and down the East Coast installing and dismantling construction hoists. As a foreman for a Philadelphia-based hoist company, Haeussler became proficient in installation and dismantling of elevator cars that transport workers and construction material to various levels on high rise buildings under construction.
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Bucks County Wine Trail
PO Box 150, Rushland
Phone: (215) 519-8833     Website

Join the Bucks County Wine Trail for Summer Sip & Savor - a brand-new wine and food pairing event. Sip our locally made wines and sample small plate food pairings on select Sundays in August. Our combo ticket (a $25 savings) lets you visit ALL 7 of our wineries on August 7 and August 14. On August 7, ticket holders can sip wines and sample small plates at Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery, 2730 Hilltown Pike, Perkasie; Sand Castle Winery, 755 River Road, Erwinna; and Vino by Zzino, 1410 Fels Road, Quakertown On August 14, ticket holders can sip wines and sample small plates at Buckingham Valley Vineyards, 1521 Durham Road, Buckingham; Crossing Vineyards and Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Road, Newtown; Rose Bank Winery, 258 Durham Road, Newtown; and Rushland Ridge Vineyards, 2665 Rushland Road, Jamison Event hours for both days are noon to 5 p.m. *Ticket quantities are limited.* Reserve yours here: https://bucks-county-wine-trail.ticketleap.com/ For more information, please visit https://www.buckscountywinetrail.com/sample-wines-small-bites-during-summer-sip-savor/
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SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive, Doylestown
Phone: (215) 943-8850     Website
SCORE Helps Wellness, Counseling Center with Growth Spurt, Transition Planning
Even before the pandemic Warminster-based wellness and counseling center Airmid was experiencing significant growth. In the time since the shutdowns and quarantine of spring 2020, Airmid, which had operated for five years prior primarily with owners Marianne Welch-Salkind and Dottie Kelly-Arabia, had tripled in size to 15 therapists, as well as wellness staff and coaches.
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SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive, Doylestown
Phone: (215) 943-8850     Website
SCORE Mentors Help Entrepreneur Bring Kids’ Imagination to Life
Ashleigh Hill longed for a gathering place where her two daughters could play freely as she catches up with her mom friends over a cup of coffee. Over the last few years, Hill, of Hatfield, visited a few kid-friendly indoor play spots, but none were exactly what she had in mind.
Home Helpers
213 N. Broad Street, Suite 3 , Lansdale
Phone: 215.631.9126 ext. 25     Website
Job Opportunity
Job Summary: Home Helpers is currently seeking part-time and full-time caregivers, home health aides, and C.N.A.s to work in Abington and the surrounding areas. Start a rewarding career helping senior citizens with their daily activities; companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, personal care (bathing, dressing, toileting), and transportation. Benefits of working for Home Helpers: • Flexible scheduling to fit around your busy life schedule • Competitive wages • Weekend pay premium, raise after 6 months and annual reviews with raises • Overtime readily available, we do not cap overtime • Employee and client referral bonus program • We provide the initial paid training, ongoing educational opportunities with nursing support • Advancement potential- 10 full time staff members originally hired as caregivers • Company sponsored Health Insurance and 401-K with company match • Work in a one-on-one care environment Qualifications: • Minimum high school diploma or GED • Must be at least 18 years of age • Must be able to pass criminal background checks • Must be proficient in the reading and writing of the English language • Valid Driver’s License • Vehicle with valid insurance and registration • No professional experience necessary EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES/WOMEN/VETERANS/DISABLED *******UP TO $18/HOUR******* ****** 6 MONTH PAY INCREASE****** *****SAME DAY PAY***** ****ANNUAL PAY INCREASE**** ***HEALTH INSURANCE*** **VISION/DENTAL INSURANCE** *401K WITH MATCH* *Details discussed during interview* Apply directly to Home Helpers by completing a short, cell phone friendly, online screening. Simply copy and paste the link below into your web browser: https://bit.ly/38ujsBV With questions, you can also e-mail us at jobs@buxmonthomehelpers.com.
Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation
C&N Amphitheater, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
2022 Thompson Performing Arts Series: Bigg Romeo
Date: August 31st Time 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Bigg Romeo puts you right in the middle of a spontaneous party with their powerful, dynamic renditions of 60’s soul, 70’s disco, 80’s retro, 90’s dance classics, and today’s hottest pop tunes. Coming from extensive professional backgrounds, Bigg Romeo plays songs from several eras and multiple genres. Review our song list and multimedia files. You’ll find that Bigg Romeo can expertly adapt to your musical preferences while filling the dance floor. No wonder the band was voted “BEST OF PHILLY” by Philadelphia Magazine and has won Wedding Wire’s “Couples Choice” for 11 years. And no wonder Bigg Romeo can boast more than 170 5-star reviews.
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Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation
C&N Amphitheater, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
2022 Thompson Performing Arts Series: High Noon
Date: August 24th Time 7:00 pm 9:00 pm HIGH NOON is the East Coast’s premier tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd & Southern Rock, performing exclusively the 70’s classic hits of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, 38 Special and The Marshall Tucker Band. With a deep dedication to the legacy of this timeless music, HIGH NOON is the East Coast’s premier tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd & Southern Rock, performing exclusively the 70’s classic hits of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, 38 Special and The Marshall Tucker Band. With a deep dedication to the legacy of this timeless music, HIGH NOON brings an authenticity like no other
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Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation
C&N Amphitheater, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
2022 Thompson Performing Arts Series: Little Red Rooster
Date: August 17th Time 7:00 pm 9:00 pm 2019 International Blues Challenge winner – The Blues Foundation, Memphis plus Best self-produced CD! Since their formation in 1988, they have become one of the Delaware Valley’s premier blues bands, consistently delivering their own brand of blues, always combined with a crowd-pleasing, high-energy performance and a whole lot of fun! The band has built a community of friends and fans of the blues, one that cannot be matched! They have performed at clubs and festivals throughout the United States and have even toured Europe on multiple occasions.
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Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation
C&N Amphitheater, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
2022 Thompson Performing Arts Series: Class Act
Date: August 10th Time 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Quickly becoming a local favorite on the wedding/event circuit, New Solution is made up of our very own Central Bucks teachers and graduates! “From classic party tunes to modern jams and anything else in between, we promise to keep the dance floor full beginning to end.”
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Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation
C&N Amphitheater, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
2022 Thompson Performing Arts Series: Seamus Kelleher
Date: July 6th Time 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Master storyteller and guitarist Seamus Kelleher started his music career in his hometown of Galway Ireland in the late 60s where at age fifteen he was the opening act for major groups like Thin Lizzy. He came to America in 1975 and since then has toured across the US and Europe performing over 8000 shows in venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Excelsior in Rome and festivals across the US and Europe. Most recently, he was the lead guitarist with Philadelphia’s legendary Celtic Rock band Blackthorn. He now performs as a solo artist traveling the US and Ireland. Seamus will be joined by a full band on July 6 and will perform songs from his just released album “Nashville Blue”
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Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County
539 Jacksonville Road, Suite 100, Warminster
Phone: 2158222812     Website
NAP Info Session
Learn about how your business could benefit from the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP), a state tax credit program that encourages businesses to invest in projects which improve distressed areas. Habitat for Humanity of Buck County is applying for our Home Repair Program, which would qualify for a 75% state tax credit for contributors. Speakers: Michael Shorr, Deputy Director PA Dept. of Community & Economic Development and Michael McPeak, Home Repair Program Director Habitat Bucks. Registration is required, light refreshments. Register at https://napinfosession.eventbrite.com/
Doylestown Township
425 Wells Road, Doylestown
Phone: 2153489915     Website
Thompson Performing Arts Series at the C&N Amphitheater (Central Park, Doylestown)
There's nothing that spells summer quite like a picnic on the grass while listening to live music with your neighbors. That's what you get at the Thompson Performing Arts Summer Concert Series in quaint Central Park, Doylestown. This FREE summer concert series is open to the public, and all are invited to come out and enjoy. The 2022 concerts will be held from May 25 - September 24, 2022 at the C&N Amphitheater, weather-depending.
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Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce

215-348-3913

Bailiwick, Suite 23, 252 W. Swamp Rd. (Rt. 313)
Doylestown, PA 18901 (map it)

Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce