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What's Up This Weekend In Bucks County

by Rachel Macauley on April 16, 2024

Bask in the beautiful spring weather while taking time to #ExploreInBucksCo this weekend! From exciting Earth Day festivals to peaceful yoga in the brewery, there is something fun for everyone! 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, APRIL 19 Fonthill Castle…

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Check Out The Buzz At Manoff Market Cidery

by Jennifer Fritch on April 5, 2024

Enjoy a glass of “hard” cider at Manoff Market Cidery in New Hope and your beverage bias will buzz right off. Cider isn’t just for Fall. It’s an all-year-long delight, and is extra crisp on “Cider Night”. You can kick back your boots, listen to live bluegrass in the barn and sip away. If you prefer your cider paired with a slice of sunset over an orchard with a twist of crickets, you can enjoy it…

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A Look Into The Hidden Gems: Fashioning A Legacy Exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International

by Rebecca Cesa on March 29, 2024

If you’re from Bucks County or have driven through Upper Bucks, you might have heard of or seen signs for “Pearl S. Buck”. Perhaps you’ve attended a wedding at the beautiful Pearl S. Buck House. Or maybe you have already taken one of the tours of Ms. Buck’s home. Whether you knew her, want to know more about her, or are wondering who she is, the Hidden Gems: Fashioning a Legacy Exhibit will answer…

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A Taste Of Sunshine At Moku Bowls

by Marlee Bulman on March 27, 2024

Ever want to visit Hawaii without leaving Bucks County? Located in Peddler’s Village, Moku Bowls serves up Asian-inspired Hawaiian style poke’ for your hungry island soul as well as all day Sunshine Bowls. When I first walked into the shop, I was blown away by just how big the space was. The decor was even more spectacular, I immediately felt like I was transported straight to Hawaii. Totally…

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Celebrate Women's History Month With This Woman Owned Bakery

by Blaire Galaton on March 22, 2024

As you probably know, March is International Women's Month, a time to showcase and honor some of our favorite women-led enterprises. The Lucky Cupcake located in Peddlers Village is one of those places. Offering a wide variety of baked goods, this women owned, women run establishment has been churning out cupcakes, cakes, cookies, donuts, specialty coffees and more for the past 15 years. Owner…

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Bucks County Bites: Gluten-Free Edition

by Christina Cordaro on March 15, 2024

Whether someone has a dietary restriction or is living with lifestyle choices, gluten-free menu choices are becoming more familiar at local eateries. Luckily for residents and tourists of Bucks County, the food scene is so diverse and open, that gluten-free items happen to be the "new norm" and are not so limited anymore. Below is a round up of bakeries, cafés, restaurants, and more that allow…

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Vogue On Over To Ditto Vintage

by Marlee Bulman on March 1, 2024

Second hand and vintage stores have been on the rise in popularity in the 2020’s. If you have the time, you can find one-of-a-kind pieces and create a closet to be envious of. There is something so rewarding about finding a piece that ties your wardrobe together, or just stumbling upon a gem from the ‘70s. I will be the first to admit that I go thrifting maybe too much. I love finding new places…

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Bon App├ętit at Mamie Colette Bakery

by Cora Berke on February 23, 2024

“Life is short. Eat dessert first.”- Jaques Torres Imagine strolling along the Seine in Paris on a cold, crisp morning with a croissant and café au lait in hand. The still warm croissant was just baked and you can imagine it filled with chocolate, almond cream or jam, the perfect beginning to your day. We can’t promise you the Seine, but we can promise you a fresh baked croissant from Mamie…

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Romantic Dining Is At The Heart Of Jules @ Market

by Jennifer Fritch on February 13, 2024

Is romantic dining on your agenda? Jules @ Market in Bristol is at the top of my list. Truth be told, I found it by accident. I was going on my last first date and looking for a great half-way spot between Central Bucks County and South Jersey. Google Maps dropped the pin right on Bristol Borough and the reviews for Jules @ Market made it a must visit. Five years later, Jules @ Market remains a…

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Yardley's Continental Tavern And Underground Railroad

by Heather McGurrin on February 9, 2024

Bucks County played an important role as a way station and a transportation hub in the Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad represented hope for a new life for so many. It was a secret network of hidden and safe places that helped runaways on the journey north. Abolitionists and kind communities, like those in many Bucks County areas, were a part of this incredible movement. My friend…

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