• NEF hosts the Harlem Wizards

    Saturday, April 18, 2020

    7 pm

    Doors open at 6 pm

    Courtside Plus meet-and-greet at 6 pm

    $12 General Admission advance (plus online processing fee of $1.25)

    $15 at the door subject to availibility

    $25 for Courtside Plus (limited supply, these usually sell out before the game)

    Neshaminy High School, Gym 3

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    Choose "Langhorne, PA" on Saturday, April 18


    Meet our 2020 Neshaminy Dream Team line-up...

    🏀 BUCK ES: Pricipal Brian Kern, Jenna Grupp, Cara Gulden-Buttari, Amanda Arner
    🏀 FERDERBAR ES: Marc Mednick
    🏀 HOOVER ES: Jennifer Gaft, Walter McGee
    🏀 MILLER ES: Leslie Maxwell
    🏀 SCHWEITZER ES: Meagan McHugh, Jodi Kurley
    🏀 TAWANKA ES: Robert Wright, Scott Blaydon, Perry Finkel, Megahan Fedele, Kati Burke
    🏀 MAPLE POINT MS: Skip Mason (coach), School Resource Officer Melissa Robison, James Legette
    🏀 POQUESSING MS: Bill Barnes (assistant coach)
    🏀 DISTRICT:  Joe Rischow, Jim Gosser
    🏀 NEF: Barb Hershowitz


    Wheelchair / motorized chair accomodations will be available. Children ages 2 and under do not need a ticket for entry but must be accompanied by an adult. Game sponsorships are available, please contact cstanley@neshaminy.org for more information.
    This game benefits the non-profit 501(c)(3) Neshaminy Education Foundation
    Providing classroom grants and scholarships for Neshaminy students since 1993

    2017 Harlem Wizards game
     The Harlem Wizards visited Neshaminy High School on Saturday April 29, 2017 to take on the Neshamiy Education Foundation (NEF) 'Dream Team,' made up of teachers, administrators and support staff from throughout the district.
     The game was a fundraiser for the NEF and raised over $4,000 for the non-profit group that provides grants and scholarships in the Neshaminy schools.
     Nearly 1,000 fans packed Gym 3 at Neshaminy High School to watch the comical basketball game, and were treated to two hours of high-energy tricks, alley-oops and basketball skill. The Neshaminy team was coached by Skip Mason from Maple Point, who got his team ready during three practices in the weeks before the game. Despite being the subject of the Wizards humor and stunts, the Dream Team held its own and tallied plenty of points, even if the actual score remained elusive during the game thanks to the not-so-official nature of the rules.

     Dream Team
     Wizards game
    Wizards pre-game