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October 29, 2014

Chaddsford Winery Hosts Food Trucks And Serves Mulled Wine During Fire And Spice Weekends, Every Saturday And Sunday In November

The air may be getting cooler, but the scene at Chaddsford Winery in Delaware County is just heating up. Every Saturday and Sunday in November, the winery will host Fire and Spice Weekends. From noon until 7 p.m., visitors can enjoy fire pits, special tastings, hot mulled wine, and fresh fare from some of the […]

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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 […]

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May 19, 2014

Memorial Day In Philadelphia — Our Complete Guide To How To Spend Your Long Weekend In Philly

Memorial Day weekend hits this Friday, May 23, and we can’t help but feel pumped for the unofficial start of summer and the arrival of warm-weather good times. This season has already been filled with awesome events, and the coming Memorial Day weekend continues the springtime trend of fun-filled Saturdays and Sundays in Philadelphia. The […]

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August 27, 2013

A Guide To Labor Day Weekend In Philadelphia: Special Events, Exhibitions, Festivals, Fireworks, Barbecues, Beer Gardens And More

Get ready to retire your white pants and dresses for the season, folks. Labor Day weekend is upon us. The holiday gives thanks to those who work hard all year, so it’s an opportunity to take full advantage of an extra day off. Between the Made in America festival (presented by the one-and-only Jay Z), […]

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May 20, 2013

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Celebrating Memorial Day Weekend In And Around Philadelphia

Ready for summertime, Philadelphia? Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to the summer season (the first day of summer is June 21), but a great time to welcome longer days and balmy weather. A number of locations in Philadelphia and the countryside are hosting celebratory events in honor of the long weekend. Some of […]

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May 2, 2013

Roundup: Our Updated Guide To The Dozens Of Spring And Early Summer Festivals Hitting Philadelphia In The Coming Weeks

The month of May overflows with awesome spring events and outdoor festivals, so to help you navigate through them all and find the ones you definitely do not want to miss, we’ve updated our Spring Festivals roundup with a more comprehensive list of all the festivals we could find this month and next. From blockbuster […]

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March 1, 2013

Experience Winemaking Firsthand And Sip On Tasty Wine Samples At Barrels On The Brandywine, Every Weekend In March

Celebrate the ten years that the eight wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail have been together at their annual Barrels on the Brandywine event running every weekend in March. Get an exclusive look into the world of your favorite Brandywine Valley Wine Trail winemakers. Partake in wine tastings, cellar tours, pruning demonstrations and classes […]

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January 2, 2013

Chaddsford Winery’s One-Of-A-Kind Snow Bar Opens For Another Winter Season Starting Saturday, January 5

The Snow Bar at Chaddsford Winery is opening for another winter season on Saturday, January 5. The favorite winter spot makes for the perfect grown-up snow day. The Snow Bar is the area’s only bar of its type. It will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from January 5-March 31 from 1-6 p.m. Although the […]

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October 10, 2012

Halloween In Philadelphia 2012: Frightening Festivals, Terrifying Tours, Horrifying Haunted Houses And More

There’s no better place than Philadelphia if you’re in search of some of the most eccentric and authentic Halloween celebrations on offer anywhere. One of the oldest cities in the country doesn’t hold back on frightening encounters — this is considered one of the most haunted regions of North America. But whether you’re looking for […]

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September 28, 2012

Roundup: Fall 2012 Guide To Gorgeous Foliage In The Philadelphia Region

Despite the mild temperatures of late, the fiery colors of fall will be full blown before we know it. Whether you most enjoy the colorful fall of the Philadelphia region on four wheels, two wheels, on foot or peddling, this list will help you navigate your autumnal outdoor adventures. We’ve compiled this extensive list (divided […]

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