Bucks County

Category - From the Locals

In this three-part blog, Bucks County native Shirley (Lee) Corsey recalls life growing up in Yardley Borough as an African American. Her information is based on historic landmarks, newspaper articles, online archives, documented family photos, and first-person oratory. See Shirley speak on “Women History Makers of Bucks County and Beyond” at the Bucks County Visitor Center on March 9, 2019 from

Bucks County has a weekend full of event debuts and musical performances to check out! Watch the premiere of “The Buddy Holly Story” at the Bucks County Playhouse, take a trip back in time to the Ultimate 80’s Dance Party in New Hope and support the local community during the first-ever Bucks Brewfest 101! 

The Super Bowl is upon us and there are plenty of ways to catch the big game this Sunday, from hanging out with Brian Westbrook to open beer taps at Neshaminy Creek Brewing! Check out some of the best viewing parties happening around the county, plus plenty of other fun events to check out this weekend in Bucks County!

Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s must-see events around

Take advantage of the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival’s last week of exciting events and don’t miss the debut of the Bristol Riverside Theatre’s “On Golden Pond” this weekend in Bucks County!

Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s must-see events around the County. Stay up-to-date on what’s coming up next week with our Upcoming Events calendar.

Friday, January 25

Winter Fest 2017

Winter

Jam out to Irish folk music during Friday Night Band Jam at the Michener Museum, take a Dummies’ Guide to Wine Tasting at Crossing Vineyards and catch the special opening of “Equality – Pride in Our History” exhibit at the Visitor’s Center this weekend in Bucks County! 

Warm Up in Bristol Borough

Monday, December 17, 2018 1:00 PM by Melissa Kaufman

With the leaves rustling all around us and the sun abundantly shining, it was a crisp, brisk Fall afternoon on a Wednesday in mid-November. As a lifelong Bucks County resident, born and raised, I’d very rarely made the short trip to Bristol Borough, except for the Grundy library on few occasions. However, over the past year, I’d noticed an increase in public posts via social media from independently-owned businesses lining the streets of historic Bristol Borough, many of which captured my curiosity and interest.