Follow Us
Find Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Subscribe to RSS
 

July 29, 2014

Save The Date: The Peddler’s Village Peach Festival And Sidewalk Sale Returns To Celebrate National Peach Month, August 8-10

In celebration of National Peach Month, Peddler’s Village in Bucks County will be feeling peachy keen this August. On August 8, 9 and 10, the family-friendly Bucks County shopping and entertainment destination hosts its annual Peach Festival and Sidewalk Sale. All weekend long, sweet locally harvested peaches inspire eats and entertainment. For those looking for […]

Read more»
 

July 22, 2014

The Annual Puerto Rican Day Festival Brings Music, Authentic Food, Dance And Crafts To Bristol Lions Park In Bucks County, Saturday, July 26

The town of Bristol in Bucks County salutes its Puerto Rican heritage with traditional music, costumes, dance and cuisine that celebrate the culture at the annual Puerto Rican Day Festival. On Saturday, July 26 from noon to 8 p.m., festivities take over Bristol Lions Park in the Pennsylvania town as families are invites out for […]

Read more»
 

July 8, 2014

Peddler’s Village Celebrates National Blueberry Month With Its Bluegrass And Blueberries Festival This Weekend, July 12-13

The blueberry has an entire month dedicated to its fruity deliciousness (enter July), and Peddler’s Village’s Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival is set to celebrate the sweet summer fruit in a big way at this weekend, July 12 and 13. All weekend long, sample fresh blueberries from the nearby Bechdolt’s Orchards in Bucks County. Also enjoy […]

Read more»
 

July 1, 2014

Roundup: Our Guide To July 4th Fireworks, Parades, Barbecues And More In The Philadelphia Countryside

Philadelphia goes all out for July 4th, but the celebration is not limited to the city limits. The surrounding Towns of the Countryside host a number of not-to-be missed Independence Day festivities. Whether it’s a spectacular fountains and fireworks show at Longwood Gardens, an old-fashioned celebration at Fonthill or a weekend of BBQ along the […]

Read more»
 

May 9, 2014

“New Hope Celebrates Pride Week” Returns May 11-18 With Seven Days Of LGBT Events Leading Up To The Annual Pride Parade On Saturday, May 17

The towns of New Hope, Pennsylvania and Lambertville, New Jersey celebrate their gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered residents and visitors with a weeklong celebration, New Hope Celebrates Pride, which is now in its 11th year. From Sunday, May 11 to Sunday, May 18, the towns come alive with LGBT events all week long. The festivities […]

Read more»
 

April 29, 2014

The Peddler’s Village Strawberry Festival Brings Fresh Fruit, Crafts And Live Music To Bucks County This Weekend, May 3-4

This spring weekend doesn’t only bring on block party-style festivals. Plenty of alfresco fun can be had at countryside attractions by those looking to steer clear of the tens of thousands of festivalgoers flocking to the city to take part in the many blockbuster urban events of Super Spring Saturday on Saturday, May 3. Of […]

Read more»
 

March 14, 2014

New Hope – Lambertville Restaurant Week Brings Tons Of Dinner Deals To Nearly 30 Participating Restaurants From March 16 To 21

Beginning Sunday, March 16, the borough of New Hope and the town of Lambertville dish up a slew of tasty dinner deals for New Hope – Lambertville Restaurant Week. The neighboring towns — one in New Jersey (Lambertville) and one in Pennsylvania (New Hope) with just the Delaware River separating them — both offer their fair […]

Read more»
 

March 7, 2014

Now Open: The Michener Art Museum Presents The Retrospective Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries And Crafting Modernism, Through June 1

A splendid destination to take in the work of regional artists, the James A. Michener Art Museum is named for bestselling author James Michener — the Doylestown native son who first envisioned the museum — and houses a marvelous array of both fine and decorative art. From the sizable display of Bucks County artists like […]

Read more»
 

February 12, 2014

Now Open: The Michener Art Museum In Doylestown Debuts Two New Exhibitions This Month, On View Through The Spring

Opened in 1988, the James A. Michener Art Museum is named for bestselling author James Michener, a Doylestown native son, who first envisioned the museum. Housing one the finest collections anywhere of Pennsylvania Impressionist painters, the Michener makes an excellent art-filled stop when visiting Bucks County. Recently, the museum hosted a grand marquee exhibition, From […]

Read more»
 

January 17, 2014

Last Chance: Visit From Philadelphia To Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond The Icon At The Michener Art Museum Before It Closes On Sunday, January 26

Over the past few months, Bucks County’s James A. Michener Art Museum has played home to From Philadelphia To Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond The Icon, a traveling exhibition made up of haute couture worn by Kelly, behind-the-scenes videos, movie posters and much more. Appropriately, the Michener Museum is the exhibition’s only United States stop, located […]

Read more»