NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The Newtown Presby Players will take to the airways as it presents its holiday show, "It's a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play,” written by Joe Landry.
RICHBORO >> The public is invited to “Meet our Artists of the Month” - Diane Greenberg and Denise Callanan-Kline - during an art demo and reception on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Road, Richboro.
LANGHORNE >> The Four Lanes End Garden Club stages its 60th Diamond Anniversary Holiday House Tour and Tea on Thursday, November 21 from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
FAIRLESS HILLS >> Pennsbury Drama will open its main stage season with two performances of the poignant play, "The Boys Next Door," by Tom Griffin.
BUCKS COUNTY >> Communities throughout Bucks County will thank their veterans with ceremonies, special events and a parade. Mark your calendar for these events:
FAIRLESS HILLS >> The Pennsbury High School Marching Band invites the public to attend its 18th Annual Marching Band Festival on Saturday, Nov. 2 beginning at 6 p.m. at Pennsbury High School's Falcon Field, 705 Hood Blvd., Fairless Hills 19030.
DOYLESTOWN >> Just in time for football season, the Mercer Museum in Doylestown is showcasing a selection of Charles M. Schulz’s famous football-themed comic strips in an exhibit entitled Pigskin Peanuts. This exhibit opens on Friday, November 15 and runs through Sunday, February 9, 20…
WASHINGTON CROSSING >> The public is invited to take a trip back to the Revolutionary War and retrace the 10 crucial days in 1776 that changed the course of American history.
NEWTOWN >> More than 200 singers will lift their voices in song during a special “Voices of Bucks” choral festival in Newtown.
BUCKS COUNTY >> Witches, scary spiders, ghosts and goblins will be stirring up a cauldron full of fun in Bucks County this Halloween season. Costume parades will march through Newtown and Yardley, candle-lit pumpkins will line the historic Delaware Canal Towpath, kid-friendly Halloween…
WASHINGTON CROSSING >> The public is invited to travel back in time and experience the life of the Founding Fathers during Washington Crossing Historic Park’s annual Autumn Encampment & Market on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Yardley Historical Association will host an illustrated presentation, “The Anti-Horse Thief Association in Yardley,” on Thursday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. The program will be held at the Old Library by Lake Afton, 46 West Afton Avenue, Yardley 19067.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Quilts of every size, shape and color will be on display for two days this weekend in Lower Makefield Township.
NEWTOWN >> The Council Rock School District will hold “Marching at the Rock,” its 9th annual regional band competition on Saturday, October 12 at Walt Snyder Field at Council Rock High School North in Newtown.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> “The Pumpkin Patch” is back again at Yardley United Methodist Church, at the corner of Langhorne Road and Rt. 332 in Lower Makefield, just up the hill from Yardley Borough, where more than 700 pumpkins will grace the front lawn of the church.
WRIGHTSTOWN >> Art at Kings Oaks, an artist-led art exhibition on an historic Bucks County farm near Newtown, will return for a 7th year October 4 to 20. The curation includes paintings, drawings, prints, collage, ceramics, and sculpture by 28 artists from across the U.S., the U.K., an…
NEW HOPE >> Continuing a Halloween-season tradition, Bucks County Playhouse will revive its popular production of Richard O’Brien’s “The Rocky Horror Show” live on stage beginning Friday, October 11 through Sunday, October 27.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The riverfront borough of Yardley will celebrate the last weekend of summer by playing host to Harvest Day on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> The public is invited to celebrate autumn’s beauty on Sunday, September 22 from 12 to 3 p.m. at a special Open House at the Five Mile Woods Nature Preserve. Located in Lower Makefield, the Preserve has many interesting trails with a wide variety of woodland plants.
BUCKINGHAM >> The 20th annual Peace Fair will take place Saturday, September 21 at the Buckingham Quaker Meetinghouse on Route 202 in Lahaska, adjoining Peddlers Village.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Bristol Borough Council is hosting its annual Doo Wop Concert in the Park Saturday, September 21. This concert appeals to music lovers of all ages as the style of music includes light instrumentation, simple beats, and clear lyrics producing great music for everyone.
NEWTOWN >> The Newtown-based Greg Wolf Fund is hosting its 11th Annual Fall Fundraiser at Trenton Country Club on October 4 beginning at 6 p.m. This year, headline comedian Joe Matarese will entertain the crowd.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation (1505 Makefield Road, Yardley 19067) will be hosting its first Jazz & Joe concert with The Jazz Sanctuary Quintet from Philadelphia. The special event will take place on Thursday, September 19 at 7 p.m.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Everyone is Italian at least once a year, especially this Saturday, September 14 when the Bristol Lions Club will host the 36th Annual Bristol Lions Italian Festival. *The rain date is Sunday, Sept. 15.
WRIGHTSTOWN >> The Village Renaissance Faire will again be bringing the sights and sounds of medieval times to Bucks County for two incredible days of fun, food and fantasy.
PARKLAND >> As the Philadelphia Eagles’ season gets underway and the path to the Super Bowl is forged, Jay’s Steak and Hoagie Joint in Bucks County is marking the return of the sandwich inspired by Eagles Quarterback Carson Wentz.
WRIGHTSTOWN >> The 20th Village Renaissance Faire prides itself on new and interesting twists on edutainment, and this year is no different as the rush to join the faire's impressive cast continues.
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LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Art lovers are invited to view an extraordinary collection of original art by local artists (who just happen to be members of the Artists of Yardley) at the AOY Art Center's 15th Annual Members Art Show and Exhibition.
NEW HOPE >> Broadway’s original Mark in “Rent,” Anthony Rapp, will present his solo show at Bucks County Playhouse on Saturday, September 21 at 8 pm. Rapp’s appearance is part of the Playhouse’s Visiting Artists Series.
BUCKS COUNTY >> The Friends of the Delaware Canal will embark on its 32nd annual Canal Walk beginning on September 28.
BRISTOL >> Due to high demand, Bucks County Community College has added another free art class for veterans this fall at the Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks.
UPPER MAKEFIELD >> Summer’s coming to an end. The days are shorter, the air has that slightly crisp edge to it and kids with long faces are trailing behind their parents in Target buying school supplies.
WRIGHTSTOWN >> Bucks County’s homegrown agricultural spirit will be on display when the 71st Annual Middletown Grange Fair opens on Wednesday, August 14 on Penns Park Road in Wrightstown.
ORLANDO, Fla. (Aug 1, 2019) >> Universal Orlando Resort is building a new, fourth, theme park to be called Universal’s Epic Universe. The vision: create an entirely new level of experience that forever changes the theme park entertainment.
WASHINGTON CROSSING >> The Friends of Washington Crossing Park is marking its 10th anniversary in 2019. To celebrate, the Friends group is holding 10 free events throughout the year.
NEWTOWN >> He was The Big Man. The Minister of Soul. The Secretary of the Brotherhood. Musician, singer, songwriter and a lifelong member of the legendary E Street Band. But there was also a deeply spiritual and introspective side to saxophonist Clarence Clemons.
NEW HOPE >> Ready, set, go! The Ninth Annual New Hope Automobile Show Road Rally kicks off at 10 a.m. on Sunday, July 28 from the New Hope-Solebury High School, 180 West Bridge Street, New Hope. This lead-in to The New Hope Automobile Show is sponsored by Solebury Parks and Recreation
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> Hundreds of black and white-clad diners will hit North State Street in Newtown Borough on Sept. 7 for the 4th annual Newtown Black & White Dinner – an elegant alfresco dinner held in the middle of the closed-down street.
WRIGHTSTOWN >> Bucks County Foodshed Alliance and Buy Fresh Buy Local Bucks County concludes its 2019 series of popular farm evenings on August 7 with a visit to Anchor Run Farm, 2578 Second Street Pike, Wrightstown 18940.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> A century’s worth of automotive history will be on display when the Newtown Antique & Classic Auto Show steers into town on Sunday, July 21.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The 48th Annual Puerto Rican Day Festival will bring the sights and sounds of the island to the Delaware River waterfront in Bristol Borough on July 27 from 12 to 8 p.m. The rain date is July 28.
LAMBERTVILLE, NJ >> For one night only, two of Lambertville’s favorite artisan culinary brands are teaming up for a delicious pizza and ice cream fundraising event on Thursday, July 25 from 5 to 9 p.m.
BUCKS COUNTY >> The Fourth of July fun continues this weekend with a Rebels and Redcoats car show in Washington Crossing, a Summer UnWINEd concert and fireworks display at Shady Brook Farm in Lower Makefield and fireworks and a concert in Doylestown's Central Park. Here are the details:
BUCKS COUNTY >> From Quakertown to Yardley, Bucks County will celebrate the nation’s birthday with fireworks, band concerts and old-fashioned fun.