Holiday Happenings in Newtown, PA

The Half Moon Inn (Court Inn) will have open hearth cooking, colonial music, and re-enactors. Mulled cider and cheese will be served.

The Half Moon Inn is located at the southeast corner of Court Street and Centre Avenue. It is across the street from what was the Bucks County Courthouse from 1725-1813.

Tickets are $30. They can be purchased at the Half Moon Inn or the Stocking Works:
301 S. State Street
Newtown, PA

Advance tickets may be purchased at:

Newtown Book and Record Exchange
102 S. State Street
Newtown, PA

or online:

Here are the private homes on the tour:

And here are the public buildings:

Newtown has a long history with our nation. The Historic Association was formed after a historic brownstone was torn down by developers in 1962. It had been built in 1757 and was "Washington's Headquarters." It was not the exact same building as the headquarters but was built from the same material on the same foundation. This was the place Washington used as his headquarters after The Battle of Trenton in 1776.

For more information about Newtown, check the Historic Association's website:

and this cool YouTube video:

You might also want to visit the historic Newtown Theater. Continuing a tradition, Christmas films will be shown throughout the holiday season:

Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 PM - "Holiday Inn" with Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire

Saturday, Dec. 12 at 7PM and Sunday, Dec. 13 at 3PM - "It's a Wonderful Life"

Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 7PM - "White Christmas"

Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 7PM - "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation"

Thursday, Dec. 17 at 7PM - "A Christmas Story"

Sunday, Dec. 20 at 1PM - "Home Alone"

Thursday, Dec. 24 at 10AM - "Polar Express" - one showing only, free hot chocolate for everyone and Santa sleigh bells for every child

And everyone who brings a canned or non-perishable food item will receive half-priced admission. Food will be given to local food pantries.

The Newtown Theater is located at:
120 North State Street
Newtown, PA 18940

Have a wonderful holiday season!

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