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Horsham is in the middle of its tricentennial year. Horsham township tutors tell us that in order to celebrate this milestone birthday the town has been busy putting together numerous events for the “Tricentennial Celebration”. Tying together each of the twelve monthly events is a passport. The passport for children is free of charge and was available to pick up at the very first event in January. The idea being to get your passport stamped at each of the separate twelve events throughout the year.
The celebrations began in January with “Winterfest” its opening ceremony at Horsham Community Center. The weather allowed typical winter celebrations with fire pits in order to make your very own s’mores. The celebrations also featured very elegant ice sculptures, for the young and the young at heart an ice slide. In February celebrations continued with a health fair and blood drive at Simmons Elementary. Where guests were encouraged to donate to the ever-dwindling supplies of much needed blood for emergency care. According to Horsham tutors, they successfully collected enough blood, and in fact exceeded their goal. Their specific goal being so collect enough donations of blood that could potentially save three hundred lives following the tricentennial theme.
March went in the direction of the arts, with local artists stepping up to teach younger generations from their experience and expertise. Adults also had the opportunity to attend a painting class, and went away from the Horsham Pub with their own version of their favorite historical location in Horsham. The quality of their piece may have depended on how many drinks they sampled that evening.
In April celebrations revolved around the earth, where guests were back at the community center hub all doing their part to take care of the community. Residents were sent to help clean up local parks and to plant one tree in each of them.
In May Graeme Park hosted the very popular dance party 300, where guests celebrated by dancing to the music of local DJ’s in a big special event tent in the park.
In June the annual Horsham Day was even more special this year as it was a part of the tricentennial celebrations. According to Horsham tutors, it is usually the highlight of the Horsham social calendar, and much of the communities’ attention is focused on this in the months that approach the event, with regular planning meetings held to discuss how to maintain its success and how to best continue to encourage involvement from Haverford community members of all ages.
In July a free movie night was held in Lukens Park and free popcorn was given out to guests, all they were encouraged to bring were blankets and lawn chairs.
August’s event was the very popular annual night out with appearances from local area first responders. The local kids always love to get on the fire engines and pretend to be firefighters.
Lined up for the rest of the year is a Library picnic in September, Parade in October, a Gala in November and rounding off the yearlong events in December a big surprise in Carpenter Park.
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