Thursday, August 16, 2012
The Warminster Police Benevolent Association's annual auto show takes place at Warminster Community Park on Saturday.
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Thursday, August 16, 2012
Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean the weekend fun has to stop. Here are some options: WPBA CAR SHOW Where/when: Warminster Community Park, special event entrance at Hatboro and Bristol roads, Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Why go: Hundreds of show vehicles are expected at the event. 90+ awards will be given out at the event to registered show vehicles. There will be multiple vendors serving food, refreshments, as well as selling and promoting different types of merchandise. Huge raffle buckets will be available as well. Cost: Free LIVING HISTORY Where/when: 1641 Old York Road, Hartsville, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Why go: General Washington's Neshaminy encampment of August 1777 will be reenacted, complete with …
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Hundreds of restored classics drew a large crowd to the Warminster Police Benevolent Association's inaugural Car Show.
Car enthusiasts throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties gathered at Warminster Community Park Saturday afternoon for the Warminster Police Benevolent Association's (WPBA) inaugural Car Show. Automobiles of all makes, models, colors and sizes lined the back section of the old runway as attendees perused the classic cars whose owners spent years restoring and detailing. "It took me two years to restore it to this condition," said Huntingdon Valley resident Rich Brigidi of his 1966 Olds convertible. Brigidi originally owned the car in '66, sold it in 1970, then bought it back in 1980. "I missed it," he said. After spending 1991 through 1993 restoring the vehicle, Brigidi has only needed to perform routine cleaning and maintenance to keep it …
Saturday, July 16, 2011
263 Marketplace hosted a Christmas in July themed car and bike show on Saturday to benefit Toys for Tots and other local charities.
With temperatures hovering in the 80s this week, residents of Warminster and surrounding townships attempted to cool down at the Christmas in July car and motorcycle show in Warminster on Saturday. The event at the 263 Marketplace went from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and featured a car and motorcycle show, face painting, a multitude of charitable organizations, a moon bounce and slide, and special guests – Santa Claus and Scruff McGruff the crime fighting dog. The event was primarily set up by organizers to benefit Toys for Tots – a charity run by the US Marine Corps that has been giving toys to needy children since it was founded in 1947 in Los Angeles. “This is for the children,” said event organizer and owner of Destination Gina’s Sports and …