Thanks to all of our volunteers, exhibitors, performers. and especially visitors who made the 2015 Peace Fair a great success!


Saturday, September 19, 2015

10:30 AM to 4 PM

at Buckingham Friends Meeting & Buckingham Friends School

5684 York Road, Routes 202 and 263
in Lahaska, Pennsylvania 18931
(just south of Peddler's Village)

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Dedicated to promoting harmony in the home, the community, the environment, and the world

The Peace Fair provides a comfortable family-friendly atmosphere in which adults and children can learn about how others promote peaceful relations in their organizations and their own lives.  The Fair is nonsectarian and nonpartisan, and seeks to attract people of all beliefs from all walks of life. 

  • Dozens of information tables from organizations with peace-related messages and missions
  • Non-competitive Fun for Children: human-powered Peace Train, Fish Pond, Beanbag Toss, Darts for Peace, face painting
  • Family-friendly live musical entertainment
  • Food including hamburgers, organic hot dogs, and veggie burgers
  • Crafts by local artisans
  • Gently Used book sale
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Scheduled Events

10:30-10:45      Music Stage: Kids’ Peace Band — Josh, Sage & Luke on violins & cello

10:45-11:00      At the Meetinghouse: River Valley Schuhplattler — German Folk Dance

11:00-12:30      By the Graveyard Entrance: Poetry Reading  —  Featuring Bucks Co. Poets (Open Mic At End)

11:00-12:00      Music Stage: Toby Mochel And A Few Good Men — Music from the 50's, 60's, and 70's

12:00-1:00   Music Stage: River Drivers  — Celtic Folk Band [I told them 11:45-12:45]

1:00-1:15     At the Meetinghouse: River Valley Schuhplattler — German Folk Dance

1:15-1:30     Music Stage: BFS Junior Singers — Peace songs

1:30-1:45     Music Stage: Young Friends Musicians — Songs from Young Quakers           

1:45-2:45     Music Stage: EcoMan — Kids’ Songs 

2:45-3:00     At the Meetinghouse: River Valley Schuhplattler — German Folk Dance

3:00-4:00     Music Stage: Tookany Creek — Bluegrass quartet

For more information, please e-mail or call Peter Ray, Peace Fair coordinator, at 215-794-5816.