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10 Smoothie, Juice & Vegetarian-Friendly Eateries in Bucks County

by Brittany Brown on April 18, 2021

It’s all too easy to dine like a king or queen while on vacation. Sometimes, balancing a decadent meal or consecutive nights of ice cream is needed! Your body will thank you after grabbing a crisp salad, refreshing green juice, or acai bowl at one of these wellness one-stop-shops found in Bucks County! A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. Feasterville-Trevose A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. was started by…

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What's Up This Weekend: 17 Family-Friendly Activities and Events

by Jenna Scull on April 14, 2021

Can’t miss shows, tours, and art exhibits steal the show this weekend in Bucks County, where the cherry blossoms are blooming and the sun is shining! 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 16 Paul Hammond & Friends Paul Hammond & Friends is a musical…

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Ghosts at the Golden Plough: The Haunted History of Peddler’s Village’s Inn

by Eric Mintel on April 12, 2021

A historically haunted paranormal hot spot with ghostly apparitions, disembodied voices, eyewitness testimony and playful spirits are said to inhabit the Golden Plough Inn in Peddler's Village. Bucks County Paranormal Investigations detectives, Eric Mintel, Dave Antonow and Dominic Sattele, were first alerted of ghostly happenings when they received an email from their client Brian DiSanto, who…

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Afternoon Hisor-Tea: Renovated Grundy Museum & Bricky Girl Tea Room

by Christina Cordaro on April 9, 2021

"If a man does not take pride in his own town, he isn't likely to give a rap about his country", once stated by Joseph Ridgeway Grundy, a well-known man to this day of our local community here in Bucks County. Joseph Ridgeway Grundy was the son of William Hulme and Mary Ridgeway Grundy and the last generation to live in the Grundy residence in Bristol Borough. In 1884, the home, which today is the…

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What's Up This Weekend: 17 Local Events to Enjoy

by Jenna Scull on April 7, 2021

It’s one of the prettiest times of the year in Bucks County — and there’s plenty happening this weekend to make it even more enjoyable. 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 9 Golden Gurlz LIVE Sand Castle Winery and the Philly Drag Mafia present a…

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Behind the Scenes: From the Locals Podcast - Warwick Farm Brewing

by Brooke Hillman on April 7, 2021

Despite only being about a year and a half old, Warwick Farm Brewing is quickly becoming one of the most popular craft beer spots in the area. Their creative approach to the fan-favorite hazy IPA, steady flow of experimental specialty beer, and downright delicious brews have cultivated a fan following that typically takes years to achieve. They’re building quite the beer empire, and to learn about…

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Food Truck Finds in Bucks County

by Cora Berke on April 5, 2021

For me, food trucks always conjure up my college days. I can still hear the buzz of truck motors parked along the avenue, offering a quick bite in between classes or a late-night snack. Believe it or not the first food truck dates back to 1691, when New Amsterdam (now New York City) licensed the first street vendors with pushcarts. Now an American staple, food trucks appear at street fairs and…

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Thank You for 30,000 Instagram Followers!

by Bucky on April 1, 2021

@VisitBucksPa, the official Instagram account for Visit Bucks County, has reached 30,000 followers! Thank YOU for all the #ExploreinBucksCo love and support. To celebrate this exciting milestone, Visit Bucks County teamed up with the Mercer Museum and local artist Emily Hartung. We created a vibrant sidewalk chalk mural complete with the #ExploreinBucksCo hashtag and a covered bridge…

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