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On September 14th in Yardley Borough, the local community celebrated the opening of not just a bookshop, but a center for ideas. In the words of proprietor Liz Young, Commonplace Reader prides itself on its collection of books for “thinking people,” books that cover subjects from intriguing mysteries to young adult fiction to scientific and historical explorations.

Commonplace Reader

When asked why she began

Bucks County’s music line up has something for everyone this season! If listening to soft café tunes over a cup of coffee is your thing, or a night of music at the theater is your scene, you’ll find something to sing and dance along to at one of these venues. Here are some of the top places to catch a live show this fall.

1. The Note at New Hope Winery

New Hope

Sip a glass of wine while you enjoy

Plan Your Stay: Haunted Hotels in Bucks County

Monday, September 23, 2019 10:00 AM by Christina Cordaro

Bucks County is home to historical towns, charming main streets and landmark locations. Yet, Bucks County’s historical past has left behind some spooky tales. There are many hotels, inns and bewitching bed-and-breakfasts that give guests chilling and haunting experiences they will never forget! Below are 5 lodging attractions that have been reported with sights and sounds of the past...

1. King

A Weekend Along the Bucks County Genius Belt

Monday, September 16, 2019 4:00 PM by Louise Feder

I don’t know about you, but back-to-school season always makes me want to return to a favorite subject. So, what better time to spend a weekend along the Bucks County Genius Belt?

A term used in the first half of the 20th century to describe the area’s wealth of artists, craftspeople, authors, and playwrights, it’s fair to say Bucks County’s cultural legacy is at the very heart of our region’s

Making the move from one town to another can be a daunting task. As you can imagine, relocating across the pond from the United Kingdom to the United States is even more daunting. This was certainly a huge adventure for us as a family. Yet, along the way, we discovered a few gems in Bucks County that are very reminiscent of England! Here are 5 places in Bucks County that remind me of home.

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Hello, fellow Bucks County brides and grooms to-be! These days, bachelorette parties are more than just single night events. Many people hop on planes and plan an entire vacation out of it! But a local trip can be just as fun (if not MORE fun!), and if you’re looking for ideas, look no further than a bachelorette in Bucks County. As we neared the final countdown for my wedding, my soon to be

Listen to live music at Shady Brook Farm, grab your friends and head to Fonthill Castle Beer Fest or snap some Instagram worthy pictures at Hellerick’s Sunflower Festival!

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, August 23

The Canal Street Grille is known as Yardley's favorite Greek dining experience.

Yardley Restaurant Week

Experience

If you’re an animal lover looking for great interactive activities, Bucks County has you covered. Whether it’s an outing with friends or family, or even a self-care day, you’ve come to the right place. From goat yoga to alpaca farms…here is a sampling of the best interactive animal activities in Bucks County!

1. Goat Yoga at Hellerick’s Family Farm

It’s important to start your day off right.

It’s official. We’ve reached that point in the summer where it’s too hot on the playground and too stuffy inside. The kid is restless, I’m out of iced coffee – you know what that means, right? Time for an adventure!

Today my three-year-old son, Howie, and I are off to the Bucks County Audubon Society.

Audubon Society

STOP ONE: Breakfast and Packing

Since we’re packing a picnic lunch today, Howie and I lived it

In celebration of National Ice Cream Month, Visit Bucks County hit the streets of Washington, D.C. to promote Bucks County’s summer attractions, family-friendly lodging and sweet treat from the Bucks County Ice Cream Trail.

The official tourism promotion agency of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, offered passersby 2,000 bars of free ice cream handcrafted by Uncle Dave’s Homemade Ice Cream on Wednesday,