Indian Valley calendar: Week of May 28

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Art

Opportunity Conscience; Mennonite Immigration to Pennsylvania: On vaunt by Mar 31, 2018, during a Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville. The vaunt commemorates a 300th anniversary of Palatine Germans nearing during a pier of Philadelphia. It highlights a knowledge of 18th century Mennonite immigrants, their motivations and routine of migration, and how they staid in eastern Pennsylvania. The vaunt includes a make-believe of a newcomer cell on an 18th century newcomer ship, a depiction of a sitting room in an early newcomer home. There is also a collection of stories of new immigrants to a Delaware and Lehigh valleys. Information: mhep.org or 215-256-3020.

Community

Community Day: Tabor United Methodist Church, 2209 Hendricks Station Road, Woxall, will reason a ninth annual Community Day eventuality from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 27. The eventuality is an eventuality to accommodate people in a village and spend time with your neighbors, play games and have fun. This eventuality is partial of TUMC’s many overdo ministries to a adjacent communities. Activities will embody games, bingo, moon bounce, fishing for prizes, crafts, face painting, planting flowers, decorating cookies and more. Food will be free. Rita’s of Zieglerville will palm out H2O ice samples, and a Pennsylvania State Police will be on site with info and reserve education. All are welcome. Information: 215-234-4852 or www.taborumc.org.

VineSong Concert: VineSong will put on a free, family accessible unison Saturday, May 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. during Hopewell Christian Fellowship, 601 Hunsicker Road, Telford. VineSong is a non-denominational organisation of missionaries who widespread a gospel by ceremony and a word. Though a organisation members are from opposite nations, Vinesong is formed in a UK. See vinesong.com for some-more information on a group.

Walking Roots Band: The Walking Roots Band will benefaction a giveaway unison during Zion Mennonite Church, 149 Cherry Lane, Souderton, Saturday, May 27, during 7 p.m.

Senior Health and Fitness Day-Indian Valley: The North Penn YMCA will reason a aptness travel in a park during Franconia Park, 671 Allentown Road, Franconia, followed by a cruise lunch. Cost: $5 per person. The price includes a cruise lunch, drinks and dessert, supposing by Generations of Indian Valley. Register during a Membership Desk.

Veteran’s Benefits: Ryan Fox from Montgomery County’s Veterans Affairs Office will benefaction on all Veteran’s Affairs advantages that a maestro or flourishing associate could accept Thursday, Jun 1, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. during a Indian Valley YMCA, 890 Maple Ave., Harleysville. These advantages embody incapacity compensation, softened grant with assist and attendance, VA health caring and genocide and indemnification compensation. He also will cover state benefits, that embody genuine estate taxation exemption, as good as a county’s convey use module and information on funeral benefits. Sign adult during a Membership Desk. The eventuality is giveaway of assign and open to all ages. For some-more information, hit Alicia during aliciaf@northpennymca.org or during 215-723-3569 ext. 115.

Understanding Parkinson’s: A special display during The Birches during Arbour Square: Do we have questions about Parkinson’s illness and how it can impact we or a desired one? Join The Birches and guest presenter Steve Sherer, MSPT, from Senior Physical Therapy Services, to learn some-more about Parkinson’s illness and a illness process, use recommendations and bland tips for those with Parkinson’s and their caregivers Thursday, Jun 1, during 2 p.m. during The Birches, 691 Main St., Harleysville. Light refreshments will be served.This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public; however, seating is limited. RSVP by job 215-541-3700.

Dance Band: Generation of Indian Valley will horde a following dance rope events: Friday, Jun 2: Good Times; Friday, Jul 7: Gary Dee; Friday, Aug. 4: Gary Dee; Friday, Sept. 1: Gary Dee; Friday, Oct. 6: Good Times; Friday, Nov. 3: Gary Dee. All events take place from 7 to 10 p.m., with doors opening during 6:30 p.m. The cost is $10. Visit a front table for allege tickets during $9 each.

Indian Valley Soap Box Derby: The Indian Valley Soap Box Association will reason a annual All-American Soap Box Derby foe down Main Street in Souderton Saturday, Jun 3. The winners of this year’s foe will acquire a possibility to contest in a 80th AASBD World Championships in Akron, Ohio, Jul 22. For some-more information, revisit ivsba.org.

Silent Movie with Accompanist Don Kinnier: Tabor Church, 2209 Hendricks Station Road, Woxall, will horde organist Don Kinnier concomitant “Steamboat Bill Jr.,” a 1928 wordless film starring Buster Keaton, Saturday, Jun 3. The doors open during 6:30 p.m. with a film starting during 7 p.m. The eventuality is partial of a church’s fundraising efforts to support a idea debate to China for girl and immature adults. A suggested concession of $5 will be received. There will also be snacks accessible for sale. Handicap parking is available. For some-more information, call a church bureau during 215-234-4852.

World Night Market: The MEDA World Night Market will be reason during a Souderton Shopping Center, 781 Route 113, Hilltown, Jun 3 from 8 p.m. to midnight. Attendees will be means to suffer live internal music, cuisine from around a world, satisfactory trade coffee, soccer, henna tattoos, request tent, shoppin, food trucks, mini-escape rooms, a fan cam, MEDA videos, midnight floating lanterns and more. Ten Thousand Villages Store and Care Share Shoppes will be open, and attendees can squeeze handmade garments during a Bi Tavi boutique tent to support girls evading tellurian trafficking in Cambodia. Parking options embody on site, opposite a travel and convey parking is accessible from Calvary Church. The eventuality has giveaway acknowledgment and will be reason sleet or shine. For some-more information, revisit meda.org/wnm.

Business Card Exchange: The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce will reason a business label sell Tuesday, Jun 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. during Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center, 1811 Mill Road, Perkasie. Join for networking, food and beverages. The eventuality is giveaway of charge. Register by Thursday, Jun 1, by job 215-723-9472 or during indianvalleychamber.com.

Second Fridays: The Indian Valley Public Library hosts Second Fridays events on a second Friday of any month during 7:30 p.m. Jun 9: Dick Lentz, guitar.

“The Dixie Swim Club: DCP Theatre’s all-woman expel will benefaction “The Dixie Swim Club” Jun 9 by Jun 24 during DCP Theatre, 795 Ridge Road, Telford (Salford Township). Performances are Friday and Saturday during 8 p.m. and Sunday during 2 p.m.June 9 to 18 and Thursday, Friday and Saturday during 8 p.m. Jun 22 to 24. Opening weekend will underline a booze and cheese and director’s accepting and Thursday dusk Patron Appreciate Night will embody a special present for all patrons. Tickets are $18, $16 for seniors and students. They can be purchased during a doorway or online during dcptheatre.com. Groups of 10 or some-more can hit a box bureau during 215-234-0966 or boxoffice@dcptheatre.com for a reduced rate. Additional information can be found during dcptheatre.com.

Telford-Souderton Community Fair: The Telford-Souderton Community Fair will be reason Jun 13 to 18 on a drift of penn Valley Church, 320 N. Third St., Telford, will disturb rides, children’s activities, entertainment, a Voice-Off competition, a chili cookoff, a automobile show, a 5K, hack rides and moore. The eventuality will advantage Keystone Opportunity Center, a Telford Fire Company and a Indian Valley Public Library.

Business Card Exchange: he Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce will reason a business label sell Thursday, Jun 22 from 5 to 7 p.m during Weaver, Reckner, Reinhart Dental Associates, 181 Main St., Harleysville. Join us for networking, food and beverages. The eventuality is giveaway of charge. Register by Monday, Jun 19, by job 215-723-9472 or during indianvalleychamber.com.

Golf Outing: The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce will reason a annual golf debate Monday, Jun 26, during a Indian Valley Country Club, 650 Bergey Road, Telford. Presenting unite of a eventuality is Univest. Participants will be treated to 18 holes of golf. Buffet luncheon served during 11 a.m., followed by a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Fee: $175 per chairman and includes a smorgasboard luncheon, greens fee, golf cart, refreshments on course, cooking and prizes. Registration deadline: Wednesday, Jun 21. Reservations might be done by emailing ivchamber@indianvalleychamber.com or job a cover during 215-723-9472.

Children’s Theatre Day Camp: A Children’s Theatre Day Camp for ages 6 to 14 will be reason during Zion Mennonite Church, 149 Cherry Lane, Souderton, Jul 24 to Aug. 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The children will act, sing, paint, emanate and perform “Seussical Kids.” The stay costs $350 for a dual weeks. The final opening Aug. 4 during 7 p.m. is giveaway to all. For some-more information, email swingonastar@yahoo.com.

Shred Events: The Telford Fire Company will reason fragment events Saturday, Sept. 9, from 10 a.m. to noon during a firehouse, 400 W. extended St., Telford. Bring your papers to be shredded. All shredded element is 100 pecent recycled. Cost: $5 concession per bag.

Souderton Art Jam: The annual Souderton Art Jam will be reason Saturday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during Souderton Community Park, 459 Wile Ave., Souderton. The eventuality is an all-day jubilee of a humanities featuring excellent art, domestic goods, food and music, complemented by an afternoon drink and booze tasting and drink garden (tasting tickets during an additional charge). For some-more information, revisit stmainst.org.

Tours: The newest further to a Arbour Square campus, The Hillside, is now open and prepared for seniors to pierce in! Every Saturday and Sunday, The Hillside will be carrying an open residence from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There are also tours accessible 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hillside eccentric vital apartments are partial of Arbour Square’s pleasing 22-acre comparison vital campus. The Hillside offers residents a comfort and preference of unit vital with a luxuries of an comprehensive resort. For some-more information or to report a debate and to learn how we can secure your affordable comprehensive oppulance apartment, call 267-933-6477.

Free meal: Trinity United Church of Christ, 101 S. Main St., Telford, provides a giveaway dish along with activities involving non-competitive fun games for families with children commencement during 6 p.m. any Wednesday.

Bingo: The Presentation of Our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church, 1564 Allentown Road, Towamencin, binds Bingo any Wednesday. Doors open during 5 p.m.; games start during 7 p.m. Admission is $6. Information: 215-362-9599 or 215-368-3993.

Bingo: The Tylersport Volunteer Fire Company sponsors Bingo any Tuesday during 6:40 p.m. with a $1,000 kitty any week. Information: 215-453-9666.

Education

German Group: Encore Experiences in Harleysville, 312 Alumni Ave., Harleysville, will horde a German organisation module on a fourth Friday of a month during 1 p.m. In these sessions, attendees will review a book in German. The idea is to clear a denunciation by improving wording and grammar. This is against to memorizing manners and words. The books will be short. This is not a commencement course, though anyone who is meddlesome in invited, given reading can usually assistance know a language. Facilitated by Mark Hoffman. There is no assign to attend in this program. Call 215-256-6900 for some-more information.

Fitness

Fitness classes: ClubEZFit, Route 113 and County Line Road, Souderton, and Genesis Fitness Centre, Route 63, Harleysville, offer organisation aptness instructors, personal trainers, aptness classes and more. For some-more information, revisit clubezfit.com and genesisfitnesscentre.com.

Weight government program: Grand View Hospital presents Grand New You – Weight and Lifestyle Management Program led by a Grand View Hospital purebred dietitian, amicable workman and an use physiologist. Each 10-week eventuality is singly opposite and addresses specific topics to assistance make lifestyle changes work for you. You might join during any time. Grand New You includes weekly classes offering during accessible times, dish skeleton designed for we by a dietitian, food journaling, use tips, healthy lifestyle and stress-management skills, useful handouts and recipes, and discretionary weigh-ins. For specific times, locations, and fees, call 215-453-3262.

T’ai Chi: T’ai Chi and Qi Gong category is offering Saturday mornings during a Church of a Holy Spirit, Sumneytown Pike and Barndt Road, Harleysville. Information: 215-234-8020 or revisit www.stillmountain.net.

Food

Pierogie sales: The Presentation of Our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church, 1564 Allentown Road, Towamencin, conducts Pyrohy (Pierogie) Sales any Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. Information: 215-362-9599 or 215-368-3993.

Community breakfast: A Free Community Hot Breakfast will be reason a second Saturday of a month from 8:30 to 10 a.m. during Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 69 W. Broad St., Souderton. Information: 215-723-7514 or revisit www.emmanuellutheranchurch.net.

Community breakfast: A Free Community Hot Breakfast will be reason a final Saturday of any month from 8:30 to 10 a.m. during Christ Covenant Church, 2200 Mainland Road, Harleysville. The menu includes scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, toast, fruit and beverage. No reservations are required. Information: 215-256-8101.

For kids

Children’s Club: A Children’s Club from 4 years aged to fifth category will be reason a second and fourth Tuesday of a month from 7 to 8 p.m during a Zion Mennonite Church, 149 Cherry Lane, Souderton. This is a good time for Bible stories, singing, games and snacks. No registration is required. Information: 215-723-3592.

Girls’ Friendly Society: The Girls’ Friendly Society, an classification for girls ages 5 and up, is assembly from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays during The Church of a Holy Spirit, Sumneytown Pike during Barndt Road, Upper Salford. Activities embody Christian worship, crafts, village use projects, investigate and recreational activities. Information: 215-234-8020.

Story hours: The Indian Valley Public Library has Bedtime Story Hours any Wednesday during 7 p.m. for stories, songs and finger plays.

Health

Free Blood Pressure Check: Know your numbers! Stop by for a giveaway check of your blood vigour a second Wednesday of any month from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in a run during a Indian Valley Family YMCA, 890 Maple Ave., Harleysville.

Weight-loss support: A new TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter, a nonprofit weight-loss support organization, will reason weekly meetings Wednesdays during 10 a.m. during a North Penn YMCA, Indian Valley Branch and Wednesdays during 5:30 p.m. during a Lansdale Branch. Membership is $28 per year and favoured section fees. Information: www.tops.org.

Blood vigour checks: Blood Pressure Checks will be reason a initial Monday of any month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. during Generations of Indian Valley, 259 N. Second St., Souderton. It will be initial come, initial serve.

Blood vigour clinics: Blood Pressure Clinics, supposing by North Penn VNA, are as follows: Encore Experiences during Harleysville, initial Wednesday of any month, 9:30-11:30 a.m.; Harleysville Rite Aide, initial Wednesday of any month, 12:30 to 2 p.m.; The Peak Center, Lansdale, second Tuesday of any month, 10 to 11:30 a.m.; and Neshaminy Falls, North Wales, third Thursday of any month, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Information: 215-855-6191, 215-855-8296 ext. 117 or revisit www.npvna.org/screenings.htm.

Glucose testing: Free Glucose Testing will be reason a initial Thursday of any month from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. during Generations of Indian Valley, 259 N. Second St., Souderton. To report an appointment, call 215-723-5841.

Nutrition program: WIC is a health and nourishment module for profound and breastfeeding women and for children. Eligible families will accept assistance in selling tot formula, milk, eggs, fruit extract and other basics. Information: 215-536-6500.

History

Mennonite history: Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville has a 300-Year History of Mennonite Life decorated by video, exhibits, artifacts and fraktur. Archives are accessible for ancestral study. The present emporium and museum are open Tuesday by Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Information: revisit www.mhep.org.

Meetings

Socrates Café: A hour-and-a-half spontaneous conversations about philosophical perspectives meets a initial Sunday of any month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. and a third Tuesday of any month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. during a Indian Valley Public Library, 100 E. Church Ave., Telford. Topics emerge from a interests of a participants. Information: 215-723-9109.

BNI Harleysville Networking Group: Meets any Tuesday during Henning’s, Harleysville, from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Visitors are welcome. Information: Kurt Kaufhold during 215-720-8322. Web: www.harleysvillenetworkinggroup.com.

Indian Valley Kiwanis Club: Meets a initial and third Tuesday of any month during noon during The Naceville Hotel, County Line and Ridge Road, West Rockhill. The assembly includes a luncheon, a orator and socializing. Everyone is welcome. Information: 215-723-0565.

Harleysville Rotary Club: Meets Wednesdays during 7 a.m. during Henning’s Market on Sumneytown Pike. Information: 215-256-6933.

Souderton Lions Club: Meets a third Tuesday of any month during 7 p.m. during Henning’s Market during 290 Main St, Harleysville, PA 19438. For some-more information, call 215-723-9865.

The Indian Valley Christian Writers Fellowship: Meets a initial and third Saturdays of a month during 10 a.m. during a Indian Valley Public Library, and is looking for new members. Information: 215-453-0415 or 215-723-4575.

Parenting

Parenting group: The program, My Toddler and Me, is an eventuality for relatives and other caregivers of 2- and 3-year-olds to get out of a residence and accommodate others. Each Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. or from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. come for story, qualification and fun time together during Zion Mennonite Church, 149 Cherry Lane, Souderton. Information: 215-723-3592 or revisit www.zionmennonite.org.

North Penn Nursing Mothers: A giveaway support and credentials organisation for nursing women meets a second Tuesday of a month during 7:30 p.m. during Trinity Lutheran Church, 1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, and a second Monday during 7:30 p.m. during a Harleysville YMCA in Harleysville. Information: 215-513-1753 or revisit www.geocities.com/northpennnm.

Car chair reserve check: Keystone Motors and a Montgomery County Department of Health will reason a Free Car Seat Safety Check a fourth Thursday of any month during 685 Bethlehem Pike in Montgomeryville. Information: 610-278-5117 ext. 5119.

Poetry

The Forgotten Voices Poetry Group: Meets a initial Saturday of any month during 1 p.m. during a Indian Valley Public Library, Telford. Information: 215-723-9109.

Seniors

Encore Experiences in Harleysville: 312 Alumni Ave., Harleysville will offer a following programs. For some-more information, revisit www.encoreexperiences.org or call 215-256-6900.

Diabetic shoe fitting: First Wednesday of any month; by appointment. Diabetics on Medicare might accept one span of boots and inserts per year. Your initial revisit includes an analysis and feet measurement. When scheduling appointment, greatfully determine word coverage. Bring your Medicare and supplemental word cards to appointment as good as a name and phone series of your primary caring physician.

Help Yourself to Healthy Living: Second Thursday of any month during 12:30 p.m. Provided by Abington Health, a support organisation for anyone handling ongoing health conditions. Prior registration is appreciated for credentials purposes.

Health Checks: First Wednesday of any month during 9:30 a.m. Provided by Abington Health, blood vigour and weight checks. Jane is here to answer any questions we might have.

Ballroom Dancing: Experienced: Thursdays 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.; Beginner: Thursdays 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Learn a Fox Trot, Cha Cha, Jitterbug and Waltz. Cost: $4.

Line Dancing: Thursdays 10:15 a.m. Cost: $2.

Stretch and Tone: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 9:45 a.m. Cost: $2.

Tai Chi: Mondays and Wednesdays 10:45 a.m. Cost: $3.

Walkaerobics: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 9 a.m. Cost: $2.

Zumba Gold: Tuesdays 1:30 p.m. Cost: $2.

Generations of Indian Valley: 259 N. Second St., Souderton. Flexercise Mondays and Fridays during 9 a.m. $1 per session; Low and Go Tuesdays and Thursdays during 8:15 a.m. $1 per session; Sit/Stretch/Flex Tuesdays and Thursdays during 9 a.m. $1 per session; Step Interval Wednesdays during 9 a.m. $1 per session; Tai Chi Mondays and Fridays during 10:30 a.m. $3 per session; Hatha Yoga Tuesdays and Thursdays during 10 a.m. $3 per session; Balanced Moves Wednesdays during 1 p.m. $1 per session; and Balletone Wednesdays during 4 p.m. $3 per session. Information: 215-723-5841 or revisit www.generationsofiv.org.

Creative essay group: Meets during Generations of Indian Valley a second and fourth Thursdays of any month during 1 p.m. Information: 215-723-5841.

Memoir group: The Memoirs Group of Generations of Indian Valley meets any Monday from 1 to 3 p.m. during 259 N. Second St., Souderton. Information: 215-723-5669.

Tai Chi for Seniors: Enhance your change and strength with some tai chi exercises during Arbour Square with giveaway tai chi classes any Friday during 10 a.m. during Arbour Square, 695 Main St. Harleysville Tai chi is an use that was creatively grown for self-defense. It has given developed into a form of exercise, used for highlight reduction, change and strength by gentle, issuing movements. Daryl Bryant, from Ho’s Academy of Tai Chi and Kung Fu, will lead this free, weekly tai chi category to assistance seniors sojourn healthy. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public; however, RSVPs are appreciated. RSVP by job 215-513-4250.
Art Class for Seniors: Enhance your artistic abilities with giveaway art classes any second and fourth Friday of any month during 1 p.m. during Arbour Square, 691 Main St. Seniors, collect adult a new hobby or raise an existent one when we join a residents during Arbour Square for a Watercolor 101 class. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public; however, RSVPs are appreciated. RSVP by job 215-513-4250.

Support

Parkinson’s Support Group: Join Arbour Square for a Parkinson’s Support Group and get a assistance we need in sequence to scrupulously caring for yourself or a family member. Arbour Square Independent Living of Harleysville invites a open to attend this giveaway Parkinson’s Support Group a fourth Wednesday of any month during 1 p.m. The Parkinson’s Support Group is giveaway and open to those with Parkinson’s illness or their caregivers. Refreshments will be served. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public; however, seating is limited. RSVP by job 215-513-4250.

Caregiver Support Group: The Birches during Arbour Square Personal Care Memory Care will reason a giveaway monthly caregiver support organisation assembly on a second Monday of any month during 2 p.m. The Birches during Arbour Square offers a support organisation to family members and caregivers on a monthly basement to yield participants an eventuality to plead issues associated to a family member experiencing healthy cognitive and/or earthy decrease due to aging. Licensed clinical amicable workman Gary Kozick will promote a support organisation and has endless knowledge in operative with support groups. His years of clinical use and executive knowledge embody operative in home care, assisted living, personal caring and learned nursing facilities. He is a solitary renter of Gary Kozick Elder Care Solutions LLC. The Caregiver Support Group is open to anyone in a community, including families who have residents vital on a campus. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public; however, seating is limited. Please RSVP by job 215-541-3700.

MS Support Group: S’myelin Faces Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets a second Wednesday of any month from 6:30 to 8: p.m. during Good Shepherd Outpatient Center, 4036 Bethlehem Pike, Telford, in a Staples selling center. More info: Soudertongroup.ms@gmail.com.

Support Group: North Penn VNA will offer a Support Group for Chronic Illness a third Thursday of any month during 1 p.m. during Encore Experiences during Harleysville, 312 Alumni Ave. This organisation is for anyone handling a ongoing health condition. There is no assign to attend. Information: 215-256-6900.

Recovery Program: Road to Freedom, a Biblically formed 12-step liberation module traffic with life-controlling issues, meets any Monday night from 6:30-9 p.m. during Branch Creek Community Church, Sumneytown Pike, Harleysville. Childcare adult to 12 years aged is available. Information: 215-256-0100.

Divorce Support Group: DivorceCare, a support organisation traffic with divorce and separation, meets any Monday night from 6:30-9 p.m. during Branch Creek Community Church, Sumneytown Pike, Harleysville. Childcare adult to 12 years aged is available. Information: 215-256-0100.

Addiction Support Group: No Steps counterpart support organisation meets Mondays during 7 p.m. during a Telford village building, 125 S. Hamilton Street. The organisation is for those struggling with ethanol and drug addiction. Information: 215-264-1747.

Caregivers Support Group: The North Penn Visiting Nurse Association offers a Caregivers Support Group a second Tuesday of any month during 11 a.m. during Generations of Indian Valley, 259 N. Second St., Souderton. Information: 215-855-8296.

Grief Support Group: Grief Share, a support organisation for those anguish a genocide of a desired one, will be offering Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m. during Zion Mennonite Church, 149 Cherry Lane, Souderton. Information: 215-723-9111.

Health Support Group: A Help Yourself to Health Support Group will be reason a third Thursday of any month during 1 p.m. during Encore Experiences during Harleysville Senior Center, 312 Alumni Ave. There is no assign to attend. Information: 215-256-6900.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book Step Study open meetings are 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings during Souderton Mennonite Church, 105 W. Chestnut St., Souderton. The opening is on Wile Avenue.

Volunteers

Souderton-Telford Main Streets: The Souderton-Telford Main Streets classification is run by a singular staff member and needs volunteers to present time, and share your prophesy for a some-more connected village that is not usually a good place to live, though also a good place to shop, dine, work and play. To volunteer, email joanne@stmainst.org.

Meals on Wheels: Generations of Indian Valley is looking for meals-on-wheels drivers for a North Penn/Lansdale and Souderton areas to broach dishes to homebound seniors in a community. Please hit Pat or Kim during 215-723-8555 for some-more information about this smashing proffer opportunity!

Hands Across a District: Volunteers are indispensable for Hands opposite a District, an orderly districtwide proffer module assisting children and enhancing a credentials programs in a Souderton Area School District. Participants can assistance in a accumulation of ways, from education to library assistance and portion as a classroom speaker. Information: 215-723-6061.

Friendship Volunteer Program: The Indian Creek Foundation’s Friendship Volunteer Program is looking for loyalty volunteers to spend time with people with developmental disabilities. Interested people will be matched with clients according to common interests and hobbies. Information: 267-203-1500.

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