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As a public health precaution, our Colonial Farm Experience will not take place on April 10. Current ticket holders will be offered full refunds. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, our “200 Years of Bucks County Art & Artists” lecture will not take place on April 14. Current ticket holders will be offered full refunds. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, our Colonial Farm Experience will not take place on April 18. Current ticket holders will be offered full refunds. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, our “Mysteries of the Rainforest” Screening will not take place on April 20. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, our “An Ocean Mystery: The Missing Catch” Screening will not take place on April 22. We appreciate your understanding.  

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As a public health precaution, our Beyond the Frame: Exhibit Tour will not take place on April 23. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, our “The ABCs of Civics” Program will not take place on April 27. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution, Dolls Day Out will not take place on May 2. We appreciate your understanding.

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As a public health precaution,  the Friends of the Bucks County Historical Society Present: “Amelia Earhart … an intrepid enigma!” will not take place on May 18. The program has been rescheduled to Monday, September 21, 2020. We appreciate your understanding.

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David Wesley Tonkin presents an exhilarating celebration of one of the world’s most influential and significant women, Amelia Earhart. She lived the life she described so eloquently in one of her best-known quotes,  “No borders, just horizons … only freedom.” During this lively presentation, learn about Amelia and her experiences as the first women to cross the Atlantic by airplane, and the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic. This joyous and poignant tribute to Earhart is inspired by…

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Henry Mercer was 51 when he began building the first of his three concrete structures, his home Fonthill, 1908-1910.
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