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Watch the debut of the Rocky Horror Show at the Bucks County Playhouse, hang out with the County’s friendliest and furriest residents during DogFest Walk 'n Roll and attend an OctoberFEAST at Peddler’s Village this weekend in Bucks County! 

October has arrived! What better way to celebrate than experiencing a weekend in Bucks County filled with things to check out like an Oktoberfest, Newtown Market Day and even a wrestling extravaganza at the Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company.

The Triumph Brewing Company’s annual celebration of German cuisine and brews is back! Bring the family to this year’s Oktoberfest and experience tasty food,

Lace up your hiking shoes for a morning bird walk, learn how to kayak in Silver Lake and bike your way from Washington Crossing Historic Park to New Hope this weekend in Bucks County!

Discover the beautiful birds and diverse wildlife that call Bucks County their home during the Churchville Nature Center’s Saturday Morning Bird Walk. The Silver Lake Nature Center is offering a two-hour Intro to

Celebrate the second Saturday of the month with fun activities and events all over Bucks County! Spend the weekend exploring the Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival, learning how to kayak in Washington Crossing Historic Park and experiencing Yardley’s 2nd Saturday celebrations!

July is National Blueberry Month, so what better way to celebrate than tasting local blueberry treats and enjoying live

When I was a kid back in the 1970s, there was a rumor that a haunted farmhouse on Dark Hollow Road would appear in the night and disappear during the day. You certainly didn’t go near the place at night; it was probably not a good idea to go there during the day either in case your car broke down and you found yourself stranded there at dusk.

Exploring the Ruins of the Delhaas Woods

Monday, March 19, 2018 11:00 AM by Kathleen Butler

Home to almost 5 miles of trails, diverse wildlife and historical ties to WWII, the Silver Lake Nature Center offers 468 acres of natural landscapes just begging to be explored. The park contains two large warehouse-sized foundation ruins, along with other smaller ruins, on its property known as the Delhaas Woods Ruins

The annual reenactment of one of the most significant moments in revolutionary history started out as a sword-swallower’s publicity stunt more than half a century ago. Fast forward through the years and an Olympic gold medalist, unofficial “Hessian troops” and mischievous fraternity brothers have all made an appearance in this iconic Bucks County event.