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Picnic in the Park: La La Lobster at Washington Crossing Historic Park

by Jennifer Rogers on January 29, 2021

We know that winter weather isn’t going anywhere for at least the next few months, but that shouldn’t stop us from exploring the great outdoors and appreciating all of the history that Bucks County has to offer. Grab your favorite to-go or take-out and have a picnic in the park! Yardley, a less-than-10-minute drive from Washington Crossing, is home to numerous restaurants like the Continental…

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What's Up This Weekend: 13+ Local Events to Enjoy

by Jenna Scull on January 27, 2021

Looking to beat the winter blues? Take advantage of extended holiday events, laugh the night away at a live comedy show, explore a new art exhibit or experience the all new Elmo Furry Fun at Sesame Place! 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 29…

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What's Up This Weekend: 14 Local Events to Enjoy

by Jenna Scull on January 20, 2021

Whether you need a night out on the town with friends, an extra special date with your spouse or the ultimate family fun excursion; there is something for everyone this weekend! 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 22 Brad Zimmerman My Rise to the…

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Comparing Bucks County's Past and Present through Postcards

by Chase Palmer on January 19, 2021

When looking for additional activities to do outdoor this year, I became interested in exploring Bucks County’s past and what many places look like today. I had become very fascinated with a postcard series that was published by the Arnold Brothers of Rushland in the early 1900s, and used their postcards as a guide to the 239 Bucks County locations that I visited. Some of the sites are fairly…

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10 Farmers Markets to Visit in Bucks County

by Christina Cordaro on January 15, 2021

Bucks County is recognized for its historic towns and main streets, iconic landmarks and scenic farms and landscapes. It is a destination that locals are fortunate to call home. Looking for ways to support local businesses in the community? Many farms in Bucks County have their own markets that you can shop and visit right on site. All of these markets feature a variety of local products…

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What's Up This Weekend: 9 Local Events to Enjoy

by Jenna Scull on January 13, 2021

Long live #HolidaysinBucksCo! Keep up the spirit with these extended holiday themed events and attractions. Want to catch an in-person performance? Reserve tickets for live comedy at Bucks County Playhouse or spend the evening at Winter UnWINED enjoying live music from local bands. Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s must-see events around the County. Stay up-to-date on what’s…

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5 Times to Take-Out in Bucks County

by Alex & Taylor of Bucks County Bites on January 8, 2021

As the weather becomes colder and COVID-19 cases remain on the rise, we are finding ourselves ordering take-out more frequently. With so many restaurants in the Bucks County area, the options for take-out seem endless. Lucky for you, we have curated a list of our top 5 take-out spots that are sure to provide you with a great, at-home dining experience. 1. Oishi or KO Modern Korean Cuisine Oishi…

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What's Up This Weekend: Extended Holiday Events, Outdoor Tours, Local Dining and More

by Jenna Scull on January 6, 2021

It’s a big week for Bucks County! Restaurants, theaters, museums, and more are allowed to start reopening at limited capacity. Take advantage by attending a show at Sellersville Theater, an educational walk through Silver Lake Nature Center or bask in the last bits of Christmas at Fonthill Castle, the Pearl S. Buck House and Sesame Place. Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s…

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Hidden Gems in Historic Fallsington

by Heather McGurrin on January 4, 2021

As I headed out for a sunny morning jog, I felt a deep appreciation for the beauty that exists in the small town of Historic Fallsington, Pennsylvania. The first thing I passed was the Doughboy statue in Meetinghouse Square honors World War I service members. “Doughboy” was a popular nickname for a United States infantryman during the war. In this beautiful town you will find across the road…

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