Northampton Township Celebrates 300 Years, A Unique Milestone for the Area

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The events celebrate 300 years of Bucks County history.

A large township in the Bucks County area is celebrating three centuries of history and community with a large party fitting for the area. Jenn Frederick attended the festivities for Fox 29 Philadelphia.

The celebration will music, food, and family fun in the township. Musicians will entertain all who attend the fun event, while local politicians come to give speeches on the area’s history and talk about the impact of the people who call the township home.

“The Northampton Township Board of Supervisors has established a planning committee to celebrate the Township’s incorporation in 1722,” event organizers said on their website.

Long known for its eclectic group of towns, the township is home to Churchville, Holland, Ivyland, Richboro, and Village Shires. Each one of these towns is full of interesting shops, schools, and fun areas for families and friends.

Originally settled by English colonists who came with William Penn on his voyage to Pennsylvania, the area is another part of Bucks County known for its deep roots in American history.

Read more about the festivities at Fox 29 Philadelphia.

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