Museum celebrates the 50th with Old-Time Picnic

May 9, 2017 - Picnic Time

BRISTOL BOROUGH The open is invited to applaud a Grundy Museum’s Golden Anniversary by bringing a cruise lunch, sweeping or chair and spending an afternoon on a banks of a scenic Delaware River.

A giveaway and family-friendly Old-Time Picnic on a Delaware takes place on Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., sleet or shine, on a Grundy Campus located during 610-680 Radcliffe Street.

Throughout a day, picnickers will suffer song played by a Gin Canaries, dancing by a Old City Sweethearts and make-it-take-it activities for all ages.

Everybody’s invited to suffer a cut of birthday cake with ice cream and marvel during a big-wheel bicycles ridden by The Wheelmen; float a pony, play a grass game, or snap a print with jazz-era props as a giveaway souvenir.

The Community Mosaic Art Project featuring a Grundy Clock Tower will be introduced during a cruise and a public’s assistance is indispensable to emanate it.

Closing out a day’s events is a Picnic Basket Drawing during 3 p.m. An oversized cruise basket done by U.S. manufacturer Peterboro Basket Company and filled with cruise reserve will be a esteem for one propitious attendee.

Hailing from Mt. Airy, a Gin Canaries is a four-member rope with a favorite song to play entrance from a jazz epoch of 1920s-1940s. Composed of vocalist Christa Hackenberg, pianist and accordion actor David Graves, Clarinet and saxophone actor Paul Salter, and guitarist Louis Marchesani, these “Canaries” adore to have fun with their audiences (

The Old City Sweethearts are a selected dance unit featuring dance choreographies of carol lines from a Roaring 20s, a 1940s Big Band Swing era, a time of Classic Hollywood Glamour, and some-more (

With internal roving enthusiasts participating, “The Wheelmen is a national, non-profit classification dedicated to gripping alive a birthright of American cycling, compelling a replacement and roving of early cycles made before to 1918, and enlivening cycling as partial of complicated living” (

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