Featured Events July

Take a look at the perks of the Park! These exclusive events are just for Rydal Park residents. Here’s a few highlights for the month.

Frankly Entertaining

Celebrated nightclub performer Peter Scott Ruben has shared his dazzling talents everywhere from Atlantic City to the White House. In this delightful concert of music made famous by Sinatra and friends, Ruben will blend his repertoire into a magical performance.

A concert that takes the cake

In celebration of Oscar Hammerstein’s birthday, entertainer Lori Rosolowsky and friends will present a program from the famed lyricist’s musicals, featuring hit songs from “South Pacific,” “The King and I,” “Carousel,” “Oklahoma” and “The Sound of Music.” Audience participation will be welcomed!

Broadway, All the way

Celebrated pianist Jeffrey Uhlig will accompany award-winning vocalist Jennie Eisenhower in a legendary program of classic show tunes from Broadway’s biggest musicals.

New on the block

In its highly anticipated first appearance at Rydal Park, the show-stopping Bobby Block Trio will perform a variety of musical genres, including tunes made famous by big bands, swing, Broadway and a touch of Klezmer.

A string of open rehearsals

In its highly anticipated first appearance at Rydal Park, the show-stopping Bobby Block Trio will perform a variety of musical genres, including tunes made famous by big bands, swing, Broadway and a touch of Klezmer.

Mind, Body, Spirit

In its highly anticipated first appearance at Rydal Park, the show-stopping Bobby Block Trio will perform a variety of musical genres, including tunes made famous by big bands, swing, Broadway and a touch of Klezmer.

How Bartam's Garden Grew

Curator Joel Fry will bring the history of Philadelphia’s Bartram’s Garden to life! From special visits from the Continental Congress to seeds gifted to Thomas Jefferson, Fry will share fascinating anecdotes about the first botanical garden in the country.

Secrets and Spies

Teacher and living historian Dr. Herb Kaufman of Manor College will divulge the truth about the risky escapades of well-known personalities, such as Allan Pinkerton, Rose O’Neal Greenhow, Elizabeth Van Lew and Belle Boyd, as well as lesser-known spies for both the North and South.

Revolutionary Point of View

Historian Donald Appelstein will present, “The Colonies Did not Win the War, the British Lost It.” In this fascinating look at the Revolutionary War from the British point of view, this acclaimed scholar will address questions, such as: How did the British coordinate their war strategy? What did it take to fight a war 3,000 miles away? How and why did victory come about?

Mixed Media

This month, engaging arts and entertainment programming at Rydal Park will include art classes, an artist’s reception, book club, First Friday musicals, karaoke, Saturday night movies, Sunday jazz brunch and much more.

The Delightful Taste of Wine

KYW’s movie critic Bill Wine will review a classic film, chosen by Rydal Park residents, in this wildly popular program.

July Trips:

July is the perfect time for celebrating your freedom to explore new destinations, including:

  • Bucks County Playhouse for a performance of “42nd Street”
  • Tanner Brothers Dairy Farm to experience an acclaimed source of farm-to-table dining
  • And more