The 22nd Annual Peace Fair takes place on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at the historic Buckingham Friends Meetinghouse in Lahaska, just west of Peddlers Village. Local crafts, artwork, food, games, animals and Bucks area non-profits whose focus is peace, community service, healthy living and the environment. Browse the book sale and listen to entertainers Tookany Creek (bluegrass band), Ecoman (kids’ songs), and River Drivers (Celtic folk). Hear Bucks and Montgomery County poet laureates at the Poetry Reading and tour the 250 year old Quaker Meetinghouse, a National Landmark. The fair runs from 10:30am until 4:00pm and is handicap accessible. Admission and parking are free to the public, although donations are gratefully accepted Local residents from toddlers to seniors will enjoy a delightful, engaging and uplifting day at the Peace Fair.
A Pendle Hill First Monday Lecture with Brent Bill via Zoom.
Join Quaker author Brent Bill as he shares from his new book, Hope and Witness in Dangerous Times: Lessons from the Quakers on Blending Faith, Daily Life, and Activism. Brent invites us to consider how our personal and communal faith practices bring us engagement with the needs of this world.
Free to the public! Registration required.
Visit Hope and Witness in Dangerous Times for more information or to register online.