Maybe you’re going to celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early or maybe you just want to unwind a little. Either way, here are some options for your weekend.
Where/when: , 100 Municipal Dr, Newtown, Friday at 6 p.m.
Why go: Participants will design a secret African symbol -- a dinkra -- as well as hear stories.
Cost: $42, register at www.newtownfun.com
Where/when: Newtown Theatre, State Street, Newtown. Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 3 p.m.
Why go: Newtown Arts Company's stage adaptation of Blake Edwards’ 1976 film, “The Pink Panther Strikes Again.
Cost: $16 to $19
Where/when: , 2804 Holicong Rd, Doylestown, Saturday starting at 8 a.m.
Why go: Concessions, food, t-shirts, raffles, silent auction and baked goods all day long. Oh, and basketball, too. A 3-on-3 tournament (boys & girls, grades 3 through 8) runs all morning - $25 per player. Starting at 12:30 p.m., the CB East boys and girls will have an exhibition, then the seniors vs. the teachers with several special guest appearances. And, of course, it’s all for a good cause.
Cost: $5 donation suggested
Where/when: , 2002 Rock Way, Northampton, Saturday starting at 2 p.m.
Why go: The Onward Upward Basketball Challenge features a full court with a five-on-five format. The Challenge is refed by PIAA officials, and it's mission is to "have fun, and raise as much money as possible for children with childhood cancer."
Where/when: The Historic Moland House, 1641 Old York Rd, Hartsville, Sunday at 1 p.m.
Why go: In recognition of Abraham Lincoln's birthday on this day 203 years ago and in anticipation of the upcoming Presidents' Day, two children’s authors make history! Laurie Calkhoven and Debbie Dadey will be autographing their presidential books.
Cost: Donations accepted
Where/when: Bryn Gweled community center, 1805 Meadow Rd, Southampton, Saturday, 7 p.m.
Why go: Coffee house and screening of Inside Job, a 2010 documentary
film about the late-2000s financial crisis directed by Charles H. Ferguson. The film is described by Ferguson as being about "the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption."
Where/when: , 859 County Line Rd, Horsham, Sunday starting at noon.
Why go: See Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson’s tragic story played out in vignettes throughout the historic home.