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Things to Do: Cold Wet Nast Weather edition

Posted by Cori Seraydarian on February 07, 2020 in  Bucks County PA  Things to do in Bucks County
Let’s be honest - though the weather is not subzero or snowing it’s still dark and gloomy and rainy and a little boring.  Let’s look at some fun things to do in Bucks and surrounding area. January 11 through March 29: Linvilla Orchards Indoor Golf: https://www.linvilla.com/ The Planet is a highly interactive and playful miniature golf course designed by the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. This exhibition exposes children to crucial environmental issues through hours of ... read more
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5 Romantic Bucks County Restaurants

Posted by Jay Ginsberg on January 01, 2020 in  Bucks County  Things to do in Bucks County
I'm a romantic guy - ask anybody. And to make my beloved happy I will gladly plan ahead. That's why I encourage you to take a look at these five restaurants so that you can make reservations in plenty of time for that most romantic holiday - Valentine's Day.  1. Arielle's Country Inn: (Sellersville) Housed in a beautifully appointed historic stone building built in 1754, Arielle's was a stagecoach stop between Philadelphia and Allentown. Candlelight and a crackling fireplace combined with exposed stone an... read more
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Holiday Choral Concerts - Bucks County

Posted by Maureen Scullion on November 29, 2019 in  Bucks County PA  Things to do in Bucks County
Bucks County Choral Society: The Bucks County Choral Society is a symphonic choir composed of upwards of 120 auditioned singers whose mission is to give memorable performances of outstanding choral music and to enrich the community through the choral music experience. Saturday, December 14th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Doylestown PA Sunday, December 15th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Doylestown PA Britten, Ceremony of Carols and Annual Festival of Christmas Music With... read more
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The Octagonal Schoolhouse is located at Swamp Road and Second Street Pike (Rt. 232) Schools have existed in Wrightstown Township since c.1721. These early schools were organized by a Board of Trustees and parents paid a tuition for their children to attend. Often the Quaker Meeting would pay for those children whose parents were not able to afford the necessary fees. In 1802 a group of residents banded together to lease this land (at what is now the corner of Swamp Road and Second Street Pike) for 99 years from Jos... read more
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It’s that time of year again! The New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival! The New Hope Arts and Crafts festival is a juried art fair that takes place every year at the beginning of Fall. What is “Juried” you ask? Juried events have a selection committee for art & craft exhibitors, and require that the artisan submit slides or photos of their work or products. The selection committee (the jury) reviews all applications before choosing exhibitors for the event.  This festival will feat... read more
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