Friday , August 23, 2019
5 – 7:30 p.m. or until sold out
BYOB – Entertainment until 9p.m.
Children 10 and under $6.00
Take Out Available
Take Rt 663 toward the turnpike. Turn left on Allentown Rd, then left on to Milford Square Pike. Travel 1/2 block. We are on the right at the Milford Township Fire Hall.
Development of our MIssion Statement: The core principles that guide us are compassion, volunteerism. fellowship and action. We exist to provide services and support using fundraising to support our programs. We provide Information and Resources and activities in such areas as Education, Entertainment and Nutrition, Health and Travel. Our customers are adults 55+ in the broad community of Upper Bucks County, as well as community businesses and groups that support our goals. We also provide a clean, healthy and safe environment for all to enjoy. "This project is funded, in part, under a contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Aging and The County of Bucks."
Support your Senior Center
If you would like to become a member the voluntary dues are $16.00 for the year 2019.. You can either mail them in or stop by the front desk .
Storm Closing Information
The Center opens according to what the Quakertown School District does .Please check 69 WFMZ News on Channel 15 to see if they are closed or just opening late. If the schools are opening late, the center will open at 9 am. If schools are closed we are closed.
Motor Vehicle Registration Discounts
Retired state residents whose total annual income from all sources does not exceed $19,200 are eligible to register their motor vehicles with the state for only $10.00, instead of $36.00. We have forms at the center or call 1-800-932-4600, and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will mail you form MV-371 Click here to download the form MV-371. Use this form to get your reduced registration.
Please be aware that there are several telephone scams currently being reported by members and friends. The caller will say they are from the social security office or the IRS and give you a number to call back. They will tell you there are problems with your accounts, or someone is using your ID to open account in another state. They wil try yo get your bank account info or ask you to verify information. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION! Hang up. The IRS and the Social Security Dept will never call and ask for info. They only communicate by mail. Click on the Protect Your Identity Link if you gave them any information.
Another scammer pretends to be a relative asking for you to send them money to fix a car ot bail them out of jail! DO NOT FALL FALL FOR THIS.
Complete schedule of The Impossibles and the Sunshine Singers performances are on the Band/Chorus page
The AARP Quakertown Chapter 3377 will be meeting at the Upper Bucks Activity Center the 2nd Monday of each month starting at 1:30.
Photographer needed! Submit your event photos
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