It’s going to be a scorcher this weekend (May 21 & 22), but there’s lots to do in Titusville where the cooling breeze off the river will reinvigorate you.

First – the Great Titusville Yard Sale is an annual tradition that has been put off for two years due to covid and two weekends due to rain. Residents are too, too ready to sell you their treasures!

Come join us Along the Delaware, Up the Hill and Around the Bend for this HUGE community-wide yard sale on Saturday! Many of us have been saving our  stuff throughout the pandemic and now EVERYTHING MUST GO! Tables will be out from 8am-2pm, with items to please every taste, as well as lemonade and freshly-baked goodies.

Communities include all of River Drive and up Church Road to the neighborhood we call Little Canada (west of Cedar Lane). Look for signs or just come to the intersection of River Drive and Church and we will point the way.


Then on Sunday, May 22, help kick off Hopewell Heritage Week!

Meet us this Sunday from 1-4pm for a free ice cream social for the Hopewell Museum’s Hopewell Heritage Week opening event, sponsored by  dandelion wishes of Hopewell! This year’s theme is “If You Build It, They Will Come: Early American Arts, Crafts & Trades in Hopewell Valley.” The event will feature artisans, vendors, crafters, and of course FREE JOHNSON FAMILY ICE CREAM!

We’ll be set up near the Visitor’s Center in Washington Crossing State Park…park entry is free this weekend and the entire event is free, so bring your entire family out to celebrate our local heritage. Don’t forget to pick up your ice cream ticket when you arrive!

Enter the Park from Washington Crossing – Pennington Road and make a left to head towards the Visitor’s Center, or park down at the river and stroll up over the pedestrian bridge.

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