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The Tyler Park Center for the Arts received a new winged sculpture last week.
Bucks County Community College is hosting several free events as part of its Arts at Bucks celebration.
Newtown Elementary School’s cafeteria in the process of undergoing a beautification project thanks to the leadership of art teacher Donna Farrell.
Free performances start Monday and include concert choir, madrigal singers, percussion, jazz orchestra and jazz ensembles.
The Tyler Park Center for the Arts will open its first gallery on Friday, April 20.
The Bucks Fever Studio Tour offers a glimpse of artists at work.
Happily ever after may not be all it’s cracked up to be in this twist on fairly tale endings.
The first Langhorne Players show of the season opens on April 20.
The saga of Alex Mercer and the Blacklight virus continues in the Prototype sequel, but with an interesting twist.
The concert is scheduled for April 28.
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