BLAINESWORLD #750, Section 12B

1. Three programs you may find interesting:

* As you are aware, we are still plagued by employment issues, economic and ecologic uncertainties and the uncertainty of our future and the future of generations to come.

The International Society of Ecology and Culture ( has a new film, “The Economics of Happiness” premiering across the globe starting this year at major institutes.

Come see this engrossing program here in Bucks County, that sheds light on major global and US issues as it ties our happiness (or lack of) to ways of life that can be altered to improve ourselves and the lives of others. You will not be disappointed.
The Program:
 “The Economics of Happiness” followed by a discussion
Saturday, March 5, 2011 from 12 NOON to 2.00 PM    
Lower Makefield Township Building
1100 Edgewood Road, Yardley, PA 19067.
 Free and Open to All. Your at will contributions to ISEC are welcomed to defer the costs of producing this very special film.
* One year after the Healthcare Bill (The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, called by some as “Obamacare”), ) was signed into Law in March 2010, Healthcare issues are very much alive as PPACA undergoes legal scrutinies and Congressional processes.

Come and actively participate in this lively but civil discussion on this topic and how it relates to our economy, with Nationally recognized Healthcare professional Dr. Walter Tsou (MD, MPH) Adjunct Professor of Health Policy at Univ. of PA and past President of the American Public Health Association.  Dr. Tsou has testified before Congress on several occasions. Break-out sessions are [planned so every voice is heard.
Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick has been invited & hopes to speak & join the discussion which will be reported to your elected officials. 
The Program: 
“The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act” updated for March 2011
with Dr. Walter Tsou and hopefully, Rt. Hon. Michael Fitzpatrick
Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM
The Meeting Room at Yardley-Makefield Free Library
1080 Edgewood Road, Yardley, PA 19067 
Free and Open to All.
* Here in Bucks County, only a few are familiar with the role of the Bucks County Health Department and health issues facing residents of Bucks County beyond what we face as a nation, namely cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other common conditions.

Dr. David Damsker (MD, MPH), Director of the Bucks County Health Department and Barbara A. Schellhorn, RN, MSN, Bureau Director will present and discuss public health issues pertinent to Bucks County along with health services the County provides its residents (from communicable diseases like HIV, TB etc.) to information that can help residents be healthier.
The Program:
“Public Health Issues & Services in Bucks County”
with Dr. David Damsker & Barbara Schellhorn, RN, MSN
Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM
The Meeting Room at Yardley-Makefield Free Library   1080 Edgewood Road, Yardley, PA 19067
Free and Open to All.


Founded 2006
P.O. Box 1725
Plumsteadville, PA 18949

Dear Neighbors & Members:

The Plumstead Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting Monday, February 21, 2011 at 7 PM.

(Place) Plumstead Township Municipal Building, 5186 Stump Road, Plumsteadville, PA 18949

(Program)  Florence Cook will present Part 2 of “Life in Plumsteadville of 100 years ago.” 

All are welcome ~ Light refreshments will be served. You don’t have to be a member to attend!  Feel free to bring family or friends to this and any event or meeting.

If you should have any questions or an interesting story to share, please contact me at 215-543-5550 or .

Plumstead Historical Society invites you to come join us in support of the preservation of our township history.  

Please note: For those who are members or would like to be members, dues are now due. Please bring or mail $10 for individual or $15 for family to the above address.



2.17.11, Thursday
Closing Night of New York Fashion Week

Juoin us in viewing our Spring/Summer 2011 Collection

Hudson Terrace, 621 West 46th St. (between 11-12th Ave.)

Doors open at 6 p.m.; rnway show at 9 p.m.; SARAR after party at 10 p.m.

Complimentary entrance if you RSVP by 2/15/11: or call 201.866.8800


4. To all comedians, actors, improvisers, real people and storytellers:

At Catch A Rising Star in Princeton, NJ on Sunday February 20th, I am producing a new show to include storytellers on the theme of “Being Single”.

Stories on being single, getting divorced, dating the wrong person, dating the right person, what worked, what didn’t work.

Some important details:
* Story tellers can experience a new venue for story telling.
* Stand-up comedians have the opportunity to exercise a ‘creative muscle’ beyond your current stand-up comedy act.
* Real people from all walks of life can share their true stories.
* Actors and writers can experience creating the beginnings of a one-person show, in front of a real audience.

Please feel to contact me if you’re interested in appearing!

Joey Novick
908 892 6859


5. Tom Orr, Meagan Hill and Joe Flanagan present “The Sixties Before Sixty”

Time Thursday, May 5 · 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Location Bob Egan’s New Hope 6426 Lower York Road
New Hope, PA

Those great popular songs of the 60’s are going on 60 years old. They are the tunes of their childhood, and Tom, Meagan and Joe mean to sing them before they get to 60 first. These popular cabaret performers bring their own unique wit and style to their favorite songs from the era that “changed it all”.

Tickets $20.00
Food and drink minimum $15.00
featuring Jim Barto on trumpet.


6. Over 20 times on the TONIGHT SHOW… one of our ALL TIME Favorites…
 MITCH FATEL tickets on sale now!!  And the earlier you buy the closer to the stage you will be! AND YOU SAVE MONEY TOO.

Other Funny shows for you:


7. Poverty Simulation
A Poverty Simulation is a unique tool that the Bucks County Opportunity Council (BCOC) uses to promote a greater understanding of poverty and to educate participants about the day to day realities of life with a shortage of money and an abundance of stress.
 During a simulation, participants role-play the lives of low-income families – from single parents trying to care for their children to senior citizens trying to maintain their self sufficiency on Social Security. The task of each family is to provide food, shelter and other basic necessities during the simulation while interacting with various community resources role-played by BCOC staffers.
Although it uses “play” money and other props, fictional scenarios, and time limits, the Poverty Simulation is not a game. It is a simulation tool that enables participants to view poverty from different angles in an experiential setting. It can become a very emotional experience.
Poverty Simulations take approximately 3 hours.   This includes orientation, the four-15 minute weeks, and a debriefing period at the end of the simulation.
The Poverty Simulation is being sponsored by FLOC/LBCCC on Sat., Mar. 26, 2011, from 8:30 AM to Noon at  Yardley United Methodist Church.  It will be free to participants and will include refreshments.


8. Show yourself a little love…join us! 
We have over 50 classes per week to choose from.
This week’s Princeton Yoga Class Schedule.
This Saturday:
Creating a Life Well-Lived:
Eliminating 5 Habits that Sabotage Your Success
with Beth Evard
Saturday, February 12, 2-3:30 pm
Do you find yourself starting and then giving up life-affirming goals? Then join Beth Evard to learn how five controlling habits sabotage your health, happiness, and well-being … and discover how you can eliminate their powers.

And on Sunday, a Special Valentine’s Treat:   
Thai Massage & Couples Yoga
with Cheryl Delaney
Sunday, February 13, 2-5 pm
Celebrate the love in your life by practicing yoga and Thai massage with your partner or close friend. This special workshop will begin with a short yoga practice and guided meditation enabling you to center in preparation for connecting with your partner. Share your energy through gaze and breath before moving on to partner postures, in which you will have the chance to practice trust and loving support. Delve into relaxation through the incredibly relaxing techniques of Thai yoga massage. Finally feed your love and taste buds with a chocolate meditation and tea.

Princeton Center for Yoga & Health
Montgomery Professional Center
50 Vreeland Drive,
Suite 506,
Skillman, New Jersey

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