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Online Virtual Programs
Did you know the Warminster Library has many online resources that are FREE? You can apply for an eCard online and instantly access
their digital resources:
Some of their offerings are The Philadelphia Inquirer and The New York Times, Consumer Reports, HeritageQuest (genealogy assistance), Hoopla (download and stream music, videos, e-audiobooks, e-comics and ebooks). You can listen, read and watch on your phone, computer or tablet.
The library also offers Pennsylvania POWER Library Network. Access it at: buckslib.org/e-library
It features a variety of e-resources: Health and Wellness, a Science Reference Center, Academic OneFile (articles from scholarly journals and podcasts, transcripts and videos from NPR, CNN, & BBC Worldwide Learning). This is only a small sample of the library’s digital resources. Now is a good time to take advantage of the Library’s resources.
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Click here to see a video about Warminster Park.
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WARMINSTER PARK WEBSITE
Effectively immediately, sections of Warminster Community Park will be closed to the public during the grant project construction which began recently. Areas that are off limits will be designated by barricades and construction fencing. These closures will extend through the spring months but Meco Constructors, Inc. will do their best to complete phases of the project and reopen areas as they are completed. We recognize that this will cause some disruption to regular park visitors and hope that you will bear with us throughout the process. This large multi-grant project will greatly expand the public amenities in and we are trying to confine all work to the winter/spring months when there is less activity in the park. We hope the entire project will be completed by June 2021.
The parking lot, pond trail, perimeter trail, Hallowell pavilion, and playground will remain open to the public. Access to the dog park will be via grass instead of a paved trail. Trees along the crossover trail are being relocated to other areas of the park or into the new parking areas.
The basketball courts, Safety Town, much of the runway, and the interior trails, including the crossover trail, will be blocked or closed. Heavy equipment will be bringing in dirt for the sport fields and moving dirt for stormwater, sections of runway will be removed for greening and landscaping. Other sections of the runway will be milled and paved for centralized parking lots, additional basketball courts and access roads. Cyclists will need to use the perimeter trail to gain access to the Bristol Road exit when sections of the runway are closed.
The safety of our park visitors is most important to us. Please be sure to follow signs and observe closed areas so that we do not have to shut down the entire park during construction. If you have questions, please contact the Township Parks & Recreation Department: 215-443-5428 or email us at email@example.com.
To see a great video on YouTube search for Warminster Community Park Update 06/2021
Sunday, August 29, 2021 Time: 1:00 PM @ Kemper Park
July 19-September 24, 2021
Area residents of Bucks and Montgomery County are invited to participate in the WREC’s Incredible Edible Veggie Contest (formerly Heaviest Tomato Contest). If you have a ripe tomato, cucumber, zucchini, eggplant or squash and would like to enter it in our contest, stop by the WREC, Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM to weigh in your champ. A prize will be awarded to the winner in each category.
For more information contact Marge Schwegelfirstname.lastname@example.org