Everything is waking up to Spring and this is the perfect chance to see what’s new in the community. This is the time of year for flea markets, fun runs, car shows, and more! Check out our round up of community happenings this spring and get outside!

On your mark, get set, run! It’s the time of the year to get outside, start moving, and help a cause. There are plenty of races in the area to match your level of experience, so if you’re a great athlete or just starting out, there is a race for you.

Spring Season Celebratory 5K

When: Saturday, May 13 at 9:30am
Where: Spruce Run Park, 68 Van Syckles Rd, Clinton, NJ

Register here

Clinton Township Country Run

When: Saturday, April 29 at 8:30am
Where: Bundt Park, Red Schoolhouse Road, Lebanon, NJ

Register here

TEF Tiger Trot

When: Sunday, May 21 at 9am
Where: 7108 Fairmount Road Tewksbury, NJ

Register here

Jugtown Jog

When: Saturday, June 3 at 8:30am
Where: Heritage Park Asbury, NJ

Register here

Run the Vineyards – Federal Twist

When: Saturday, June 3 at 9am
Where: Federal Twist Vineyard – 8 Federal Twist Road
Stockton, NJ

Register here

It’s almost Memorial Day, which means it’s time to get ready for pool season! Check out some of the local community pools in the area and get ready to cool off once the temperatures rise.

Riegel Ridge Community Center

Registration is now open for the RRCC pool season! This opportunity is available to both residents and non-residents of the township. For details and a membership application, click here.

910 Milford Warren Glen Rd. Milford, NJ

YMCA of Flemington

Summer memberships are available at the Flemington YMCA that can get you access to the pool, along with other programs and activities. Check out the details for memberships here.

144 W Woodschurch Rd, Flemington, NJ 

Fanny Chapman Memorial Pool

Registration is now open for membership at Fanny Chapman Pool! From May 27th to September 4th, the pool is open for public swims, lessons, and competitive teams. For membership options, check out the website.

10 McKinstry Drive, Doylestown, PA

Newtown Athletic Club

Looking for more amenities? Newtown Athletic Club offers seasonal memberships that include outdoor resort access with pools, a restaurant/bar, and poolside entertainment. Click here for more details.

120 Pheasant Run, Newtown, PA

Menlo Aquatics Center

Both Perkasie Borough residents and non-residents are welcome to register for memberships at the Menlo Aquatics Center! Memberships can be purchased for individuals and families for the season. For more information about memberships and registrations, please visit the website.

425 Arthur Ave, Perkasie, PA

Public parks in the community are great for planning events, family outings, or just relaxing in the fresh air. Each park is unique and has plenty to offer. Take a look at this website for ideas on the park amenities in your area. For hiking enthusiasts and trail explorers, public parks offer plenty of ares to wander safely. Check out some of our favorite parks here:

W Maple Avenue, Langhorne
Core Creek
901 Bridgetown Pike, Langhorne
Tohickon Valley
158-164 Cafferty Road, Pipersville
Washington Crossing Historic Park
1112 River Rd, Washington Crossing
963 River Road, Upper Black Eddy
Silver Lake
1306 Bath Road, Bristol
Peace Valley
230 Creek Road, Doylestown
Lake Towhee
800 Old Bethlehem Road, Quakertown
Tyler State Park
101 Swamp Rd, Newtown
Ringing Rocks
1750 Highview Lane, Upper Black Eddy

Delaware Canal

Take a stroll down the Delaware Canal, where you can discover wildlife, history, and beautiful landmarks. The 58 mile trail runs from Easton to Bristol, so there is plenty to explore!

Photo credit: Friends of the Delaware Canal

Bucks County River Country

Starting in May, you can canoe, kayak, or tube down the Delaware River with Bucks County River Country! For a fun day on the river, grab some friends, and head on down.

For trail biking and hiking options, be sure to check out our trail guide here.

Although many farmers’ markets are open all year round, springtime is when they really come to life. It’s the season we start seeing more fresh produce, flowers, eggs, and more. Farmers markets are great opportunities for you to chat with local farmers about what is grown locally and learn about nutrition benefits. A lot of food can be sourced locally and that’s something to be proud of. Check out our guide for Farmers’ Markets in the area and surrounding counties here.

Farmers Markets are great for picking up a variety of locally made goods. If you’re looking to pick up a batch of seasonal produce weekly, a CSA might be a better fit. Community Supported Agriculture works as a subscription, so you’re guaranteed the freshest local produce for a consistent low price. Check out the CSA farms in the area and help support the local agriculture.

Flocktown Farm

Get fresh fruits and veggies delivered to you! Flocktown Farm offers several share options, so it’s easy to find the best fit for your family. Check out the details here.

552 Pittstown Road, Pittstown, NJ

Tinicum CSA

From May 20th to October 31st, Tinicum CSA grows a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, and herbs! From carrots and tomatoes to watermelons and lettuce, you’re sure to get fresh produce every season. Several share options are available. For more details, check out the website here.

1073 River Road, Upper Black Eddy, PA

Blooming Glen Farm

Choose from picking up produce every week (full share) or every other week (half share) from Blooming Glen! This includes 10-15 items per pick-up. A Pick-your-own Flower Share is also available. For details, visit the website.

98 Moyer Road in Perkasie, PA

Spring Creek Farm

Small, medium, and large shares are available from the Spring Creek Farm CSA. Fruits, vegetables, beef, and eggs are all available from the farm, with new additions coming this year. Members also enjoy access to the u-pick herb and flower garden and free admission to fun, family-friendly events on the farm! For more details, visit the website.

6262 Meetinghouse Road Solebury, PA

Come find hidden treasures at local flea markets and community yard sales. Whether you’re looking for something unique or just trying to save some money, there are plenty of options to be used in our area. These are great opportunities for family outings, the chance to explore outside, and get to know your community.

Lecture: “Downsizing: How to Sell Your Unwanted Items”

When: May 11 from 7-8:30pm
Where: Frenchtown Bookshop – 28 Bridge St, Frenchtown, NJ

Looking to learn how to sell some of your antiques? Join antiques appraiser and author Bill D’Anjolell for a lecture on selling unwanted items. The former president of the Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association, will teach listeners how to analyze their possessions, decide what to sell, and know how to sell it. D’Anjolell the author of “My Antiques Journey,” a strategic guide to buying and selling antiques in Bucks County. Admission to the lecture is free with purchase of “My Antiques Journey” from the bookshop.

Riegelsville Public Library’s Used Book Sale

When: May 20 from 3-4pm
Where: 615 Easton Rd, Riegelsville, PA

Browse through fiction and nonfiction titles for adults and children at the Riegelsville Public Library’s Used Book Sale! The selections will include a mix of public donations and library discards. Maybe you’ll find your next great read!

For more options, check out our Flea Market, Community Yard Sale, and Thrift Shop Guide here.

Car shows are a great way to engage in your community and support a cause. Check out our picks for car shows in the area that are fun for the whole family!

Flemington Car Show Featuring Mustang, Fords, & T-birds
When: Saturday, June 3 from 5:30 – 8:30pm
Where: 75 Main Street, Flemington, NJ

Come on out for a fun and free family event! The Flemington Car Show features entertainment, kids’ activities, and a DJ. Be sure to check the schedule for different featured cars each Saturday. The schedule can be found here.

Electric Car Show and Earth Day Festival

When: April 29 from 10am – 2pm
Where: 80 West Bridge Street, New Hope, PA

The New Hope Solebury High School Environmental Club is hosting the first annual Earth Day Festival and EV Car Show! The event is free for spectators and $20 for show entries.

The festival will include food trucks, local environmentally friendly vendors, tables run by student clubs, and prizes for EV cars in various show categories. Proceeds benefit the Environmental Club’s education efforts throughout the entire school year. For more information (including registration), visit the website here.

Charity Car Show Benefitting AKidAgain

When: May 7 from 9am-2pm
Where: Simeone Museum – 825-31 Norwitch Dr, Philadelphia, PA

The akidagain.org charity seeks to bring hope, happiness, and healing to children facing life-threatening illnesses and the car community wants to help. Car entries are $50 while spectator entries are $25. Entries include a visit to the Simeone Museum while displaying your car for the kids. Bring your show, race, or project cars and help make these children’s day great! For registration and tickets, visit the website.

19th Annual American Heritage Credit Union Car Show

When: May 13 from 10am – 3pm
Where: American Heritage Credit Union – 2060 Red Lion Rd, Philadelphia, PA

See hundreds of classic, muscle and modern show cars, visit over 40 craft show vendors, and enjoy a bite to eat from a variety of food vendors. Plus, listen to BIG 98.1’s live broadcast around campus. Proceeds benefit the Kids-N-Hope Foundation. For more information and to register your car, visit the website.

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