If the weather has you feeling dreary, explore Bucks County this weekend to start feeling cheery! Enjoy live music at a local winery, lose yourself in an art exhibit or bring the kids to play with Elmo at his Furry Fun Fest!

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. 


Peddler's Village in Snow

Share the Love Event

Let Peddler’s Village be your February happy place! Celebrate the month of love with culinary highlights and shop discounts. On February 19 & 20, stay toasty outdoors with fire pits, outdoor heaters, warm beverages, and live music.

When: Through February 28

Where: Peddler’s Village

Cost: Free to attend

Black History Month Exhibition 

Arete means “to live in virtue.” The gallery showcases art that improves the human condition. True to the mission is “a triple threat of powerful black female perspectives” through photos, poetry and mixed media. Explore their Black History Month exhibition, which celebrates a commanding trio of black female artists.

When: Thursday – Sunday in February; 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Arete Gallery

Cost: $25 per person 

Love the Arts

The “Love the Arts!” exhibition will display original art from AOU member artists entirely through an online platform. There are landscapes of Bucks County countryside, remembrances of international travel and backyards, portraits and pets and colorful abstract works. All media is represented including oil, acrylic, watercolor, encaustic, photography and mixed media. There are also unique jewelry, handcrafted basketry and ceramics. Art purchases can be made online and AOY will make appointments for you to pick up the art at the Center, or curbside if desired. 

When: through February 22

Where: Online @ aoyartcenter.org 

CostFree to attend

Paint and Sip Night

Who doesn’t love a paint and sip night? Join us for a fun Friday! Learn to paint this landscape in our renovated barn/art studio. BYOB. No experience necessary! Masks required, social distancing practiced.

When: February 19, 7 – 9 p.m.

Where: Art in the Barn 

Where: Cost: $30


Crossing Vineyards & Winery interior

Bubbles for Beginners

Learn about Champagne and other types of sparkling wine in this informative, fun class. Includes instruction, wine tasting and learning materials. Reservations are required!

When: February 20, 3 – 4:30 p.m. 

Where: Crossing Vineyards and Winery 

Cost: $35

John Spears – Illusions of Light

John Spears opens New Hope Arts exhibition year with an in-gallery exhibition designed to explore space and illusion, when architecture and art work together. The eighteen canvases curated by Rita Romanova Gekht, arranged as viewer-centered experience, illuminate Spear’s method developed over his forty-five-year career. Large scale images delight using both UV and LED light to reveal the vast array of colors and textures unseen in natural light.

When: Friday, Saturday & Sunday through March 21; noon – 5 p.m.

Where: New Hope Arts Center

Cost: Free to attend

Through the Lens: Modern Photography in the Delaware Valley 

Brand new exhibit! Through the Lens explores nearly 70 years of artistic experimentations with photographic processes and subject matter by artists in the Delaware Valley region. With work ranging from carefully hand-painted, bucolic landscapes to decisive snapshots taken on the street, Through the Lens highlights distinctive work in the Michener’s photography collection, including many that have never before been on view.

When: Through August 15

Where: Michener Art Museum 

Cost: Free with museum admission 

Winter UnWINEd

Ready to get out and have a little fun? Come chill out in the Greenhouse with the Winter unWINEd! There's live music, food & drinks + the chance to hang out with friends in a safe environment. Tickets are limited and masks must be worn unless seated.

When: February 19 & 20, 5 – 10 p.m.

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost$5 Cover

Live Music at the Vineyard 

Enjoy acoustic music from local performers! Check the website for complete details: performances and schedule subject to changes. Light bites available, as well as beer wine and cocktails! 

When: Through March 27, 2 - 6 p.m. 

Where: Crossing Vineyards and Winery 

Cost: Free to attend 


Sellersville Theater

James Hunter Six

Known for his hits “People Gonna Talk” and “Minute By Minute,” James’s passion for 50s and 60s American music permeates his soulful sound. His band has supported the likes of Aretha Franklin, Boz Skaggs and Van Morrison. Hunter’s classic yet modern brand of RnB has captivated fans across generations, earning him two Billboard Blues Number Ones and critical rave reviews everywhere from the NY Times to USA Today. James returns to Sellersville Theater to celebrate his brand new forthcoming release!

When: February 21, 8 – 11 p.m. 

Where: Sellersville Theater 

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Elmo’s Furry Fun Fest

This ALL-NEW event series will offer guests brand-new, limited capacity special events where they can celebrate everyone’s favorite red monster during Elmo’s Rockin’ Birthday Bash, treat little ones to a fun day during the My Fuzzy Valentine’s Celebration, let the good times roll during the park’s FIRST-EVER family-friendly Mardi Gras Celebration, and grab cozy jammies to celebrate our favorite feathered friend’s birthday at Big Bird’s Pajama Party!

When: Saturday & Sunday through March 21

Where: Sesame Place

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Wine and Cheese Pairing Experience 

Do you love wine and cheese? Join us for a wine and cheese pairing experience, available everyday in January. Six wines and six cheeses thoughtfully paired to enhance both our wines and Wisconsin cheeses. For groups of 10 or more reservations and deposit required.

When: through February 28

Where: Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery

    Cost: $15 per person      

America’s History Live: Welcome to Historic Newtown Hall!

Step back in time to the 1850’s at Newtown Hall, now known as The Newtown Theatre. Learn about the Newtown Hall sermons by Frederick Douglass, Lucretia Mott and other key figures of the early anti-slavery and women's suffrage movements. Discover the story of many of our nation's abolitionists and early women's suffrage pioneers while viewing life-sized figures dressed in period attire, anti-slavery literature, women’s suffrage memorabilia, accessories, photos, and more. In celebration of Black History Month this display will also include Bucks County children’s artwork.

When: through March 21

Where: Bucks County Visitor Center

Cost: Free to attend