Click here for a link to
the Warminster Library:
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
Click here to see a video about Warminster Park.
HERE TO VISIT THE WARMINSTER PARK WEBSITE
Bring the grandchildren or great grandchildren!
Warminster Community Park is the largest park in Warminster, 240 acres, with over 5 miles of trails. Many of our other parks are
pocket parks located in neighborhoods. We encourage residents to take time to enjoy nature use this website to find local parks: https://goodforpa.com. Sport organizations such as soccer, football, basketball, swimming, wrestling, kickball, baseball, and softball are
offered by various adult and youth sport organizations throughout the seasons.
PARKS PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE DURING THE PANDEMIC
Covid-19 continues to create challenges for everyone, but the one saving grace is that our municipal park system remains available
to all area residents throughout the pandemic. It has brought to light just how important recreation opportunities and the natural environment are to the health and wellbeing of all our park
users. We have observed a dramatic increase in the use of parks, trails and recreation facilities. Parks have become places where people can enjoy the natural environment to reduce
anxiety and stress and burn off excess energy if gyms are closed. With more than 410 municipal acres, which includes neighborhood parks as well as regional destinations, residents have been
able to social distance while enjoying nature and getting exercise. “The National Recreation and Park Association surveyed Americans to see how essential they felt parks, trails and open spaces
are during the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey revealed that 83% of U.S. adults agreed that visiting their local parks, trails and open spaces is essential for their mental and physical well-being
during the COVID-19 ordeal”.
As we move through the seasons with so many unknowns, we will continue to try to offer our most popular programs and events, but
restrictions may cause some additional cancellations. Some of our events have gone virtual and others have moved outside. To stay up to date and explore more options, we recommend that
you subscribe to the township email. Also, check out the websites for Warminster Free Library, Doylestown Health and the PSU Extension Service (https://extension.psu.edu) as they provide many
virtual educational and free webinar programs. Please be assured that we will continue to keep the members of the community active, happy and healthy.
To see a great video on YouTube search for Warminster Community Park Update 06/2021
For more information contact Marge Schwegelfirstname.lastname@example.org