Special Events

Warminster Township Parks & Recreation Department provides a series of year-round special events to all local residents. Pre-registration is required for some events as listed. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available for most events. For more information, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 215-443-5428 or visit our offices at WREC@WCP, 1100 Veterans Way, Warminster.

In order for our events to be successful, we are seeking volunteers who wish to assist. No worries about the time commitment – it can be as little as a half hour to multiple hours and on a flexible schedule. Let us know if you are interested by contacting the Parks & Rec office at 215-443-5428. Please be aware youth programs may require a background check.

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful by coordinating or volunteering for a community cleanup, any day, April 1-May 31, 2019. Volunteers are invited to clean up park & public areas in the community. Parks & Recreation will supply volunteer certificates, safety vests, gloves & trash bags (courtesy of PennDOT) to all who register. Contact the Parks & Recreation Department for more info: (215) 443-5428.

Saturday, August 24, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Weather permitting)
Fees: $25 per 20’x20’ space
Location: Warminster Community Park Empty your garage and bring it to WCP for our community yard sale. Pull your car into the assigned 20’x20’ space, unpack and start selling from your car! Vendor check-in begins at 6:30 AM and vendors are responsible for tents, tables and chairs – we just provide the space. Last year we had over 500 cars of shoppers at each sale. Shoppers enter using the Hatboro & Bristol Roads special event entrance – gate opens at 8 AM. Registration will close early if we fill all our spots, regardless of date. Don’t miss out!

Sunday, June 9 and Saturday, September 14, 2019 • 10 AM-1 PM @ Warminster Community Park – use the 350 E. Bristol Road entrance at Hatboro & Bristol Roads.
The Township has teamed up with PAR Recycle Works to provide an electronics (e-waste) recycling event to area residents. Bring your outdated or obsolete appliance or electronic devices such as computers, printers and cell phones. For more information about PAR Recycle Works and to determine what items will be accepted, go to their website: www. par-recycleworks.org. Drop off is free, except for certain items like small CRT monitors-$30; televisions up to 40”-$45; anything in an enclosure or over 40”- $65. Questions about fees should be sent to info@par-recycleworks.org. This event is very popular – be prepared to wait 30-45 minutes for drop off.

July 15-September 21, 2019
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.

WATCH FOR INFO ON OTHER 2019 EVENTS (all dates subject to change)

  • WARMINSTER DAYS CELEBRATION – 2019! Come celebrate with us Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • ANNUAL FALL GOLF SCRAMBLE – Monday, October 14, 2019 (Columbus Day!)
  • TOUCH A TRUCK / PAINT THE PLOW – Saturday, October 26, 2019
  • Radio City Music Hall- Christmas Spectacular Trip / Saturday, November 16, 2019

Join our event sponsors, Cowhey Family Shoprite and Gilmore & Associates, Inc. to celebrate with us on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Warminster Community Park!
Family & Musical Entertainment, Food Trucks, Children’s Games, Fire & K-9 Demos, Clowns, Magicians & Jugglers, Community & Business Vendors, Plenty of Parking!

Businesses: If you would like more information on sponsorship packages or wish to become an investor in the future of the park, please give the Parks and Recreation office a call at (215) 443-5428.

Volunteers: Everyone is welcome to assist with this project. Whether you’ve got a few hours to spare the day of the event or want to devote the next 5 months of your time, please contact the Parks & Rec office at 215-443-5428. Watch the township website for more information on volunteers, sponsorship and a schedule of activities.

Coming in April!
Warminster Township and the Bucks County Tennis Association (BCTA) will once again partner in 2019 to provide tennis programs at Munro Park. Programs will start mid-April and will run through mid-October for both youth and adults. All skill abilities welcome! Program specifics, including dates and times, will be posted in early February at www.buckscountytennis.usta.com and Warminster Township website with registration opening March 1. Fun and fitness for friends and families ages 4 to 94-plus!

Bucks County Ice Sport Center in Warminster has teamed up with Parks & Recreation to offer 7-week sessions for ice skating or hockey lessons for youth ages 3 and above starting
in March. All classes are held at Bucks County Ice Sports, 1185 York Road. Session dates run continuously and are subject to change. For either class, call to register: (215) 443-5428

Figure Skating Lessons
Sat, Mar. 2-Apr.13 OR Sat, Apr. 27-Jun. 8, from 1:10-2:10 PM
Tue, Feb. 26-Apr. 9 OR Apr. 23-Jun. 4 from 4:20-5:20 PM
Summer: Wed, Jun. 26-Aug. 14 from 4:30-5:30 PM
Fees: $140/person/session
Ages: 4-94
Figure Skating lessons include a half-hour group lesson and a half hour of practice each week. Skate rental & USFSA Basic Skills Package are included. On first day of class, participants should arrive at the rink a half hour early for on ice class assignment and orientation.

Learn to Play Hockey – Rookie 1 & Rookie 2
Fri, Feb. 1-Mar. 22, (No class 2/15)
Fri, Mar. 29-May 17 (No class 4/19)
Time: 5:30-6:30 PM (Rookie 1) • 6:40-7:40 PM (Rookie 2)
Fees: $145/person/session
Ages: 5-9 (Rookie 1) • 5-11 (Rookie 2)
Ice Hockey participants should have some minimal skating experience. It is important to learn the basics of hockey skating before one can hope to handle the stick and puck on the ice. Each class will be broken into 3 separate skill sections – skating; stick handling & puck control; and organized scrimmage. Full equipment required: Hockey skates, USFSA approved helmet w/face mask, mouth guard, hockey gloves, elbow pads, shin pads, & stick.

Private half-hour or hour-long lessons will be held at DeLuca Music Academy at their Hatboro location at 54 S. York Road. Call for more info and set up your lessons: (215) 674-1401. Mention that you saw Music Lessons in the Township Newsletter when registering and get one class FREE!

Guitar or Ukulele Lessons (Ages 7 & up)
Our guitar/ukulele teachers teach rock, blues, metal, country and classical guitar lessons on electric and acoustic guitars and ukuleles. Beginner students can expect to work on chords,
simple songs and melodies, sight reading and theory. We balance musicianship and fun by making sure that each lesson you are challenged with a new technical or theory concept, but always end with something fun such as your favorite riff or song. We use a variety of guitar method books to accomplish this and encourage students to bring recordings of music they enjoy.

Piano Lessons (Ages 5 & up)
Our piano teachers teach a variety of  styles from classical to popular music to jazz. Whether you want to learn Bach or Alicia Keys, our teachers are happy to help you become the pianist you want to be. Our piano faculty will show you the fundamentals of sight reading, technique and theory, but they will also incorporate your favorite songs into your lessons. You do not have to have a piano at home to take lessons. A simple full size electronic keyboard will suffice. Our piano teachers have warm personalities and enjoy sharing their love for the piano with you.

Dates: Jul. 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2019
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Location: Hartsville Fire Station, 1195 York Road, Warminster
Ages: Persons 14 years of age or older
This hands-on program is a joint effort by all the fire stations in Warminster and Warrington Townships to introduce young people to the Fire Service. Participants will learn many things including: hose rolls, carries and packing, fire hydrant operations, fire extinguisher operations, deluge gun operations, self-contained breathing apparatus, pump connections, and many other basic individual and team skills. Contact 215-672-9242 or President93@hartsvillefc.org for more information or stop by one of the fire stations on Tuesday evenings.