August is officially in full swing! Head to Peddler's Village for their annual Peach Festival, enjoy exciting bike tours sip on delicious wine along the Bucks County Wine Trail!

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.


Washington House

Beer Tasting: Wissahickon Brewing Co.

Join the Washington House for a night of tasty brews as they offer a selection from Wissahickon Brewing Co.!

When: August 4

Where: Washington House Hotel & Restaurant

Cost: Free to attend

Engage and Explore- Biomes: Tropical Rainforest

This is an inquiry-based approach to advanced biological concepts. Open to ages 5-12, they will have themed games, crafts, and hands-on learning with the nature center animals.

When: August 4

Where: Barn Nature Center

Cost: Prices vary

First Fridays with Cara Cartney

Head over to Broken Goblet enjoy some fantastic solo tunes and delicious brews!

When: August 4

Where: Broken Goblet

Cost: Free to attend

Ice Cream Biking Tour

Join FunVentures Tours for an easy ride along the D&L Trail to Yardley and stop for some famous ice cream or water ice...or both!

When: August 4

Where: Yardley Park & Ride

Cost: Prices vary

Jerry Garcia’s Artwork

Arete Gallery has brought the creative energy and spirit of Jerry Garcia to their gallery. Join them in his living room and enjoy his artwork.

When: Now through August 9

Where: Arete Gallery

Cost: Free to attend

Perkasie First Friday

Every Friday from April through December, Perkasie welcomes visitors to their quaint, walkable downtown corridor. Attendees will enjoy a casual, family friendly atmosphere filled with music, entertainment, food trucks, and shopping and dining specials.

When: August 4

Where: Perkasie, PA

Cost: Free to attend

Russell Peters – The Act Your Age World Tour

Russell Peters was recently named as one of Rolling Stone's 50 Best Comics of All Time. In 2004, Peters gained critical and global recognition for his CTV "Comedy Now!" special and soon became the first comedian to sell-out Toronto's Air Canada Centre in 2007.

When: August 4

Where: Parx Casino®

Cost: Prices vary

Yardley – The Way We Were

Yardley – The Way We Were, is a display of 30 photographs taken of places in Yardley Borough in the early to mid-1900s, is coming back to town. Each image will be on display at the location where it was originally photographed, so that passersby can enjoy a "then and now" experience.  

When: Now through August 14

Where: Yardley Borough

Cost: Free to attend

Summer unWINED

Enjoy an evening down on the farm with great live music, tasty food, locally brewed craft beer, Rose Bank Winery wines, specialty cocktails, and tons of activities for the kiddos.

When: Fridays through September 1

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Prices vary

2023 Summer Wine & Music Series

Head to Crossing Vineyards every Friday this summer to enjoy the beautiful weather and a glass of wine (or two) along with exciting live music!

When: Fridays through September 15

Where: Crossing Vineyards and Winery

Cost: Prices vary

Exhibition- Alan Goldstein Elemental

Using the language of abstraction, Alan Goldstein (b. 1938) explores nature, the human figure, and mortality in his large-scale paintings, drawings, and sculpture.

When: Now through September 24

Where: Michener Art Museum

Cost: Prices vary


Mercer Museum, Exterior

Everyday Rhythms: Music at the Mercer

Everyday Rhythms explores some of these common uses of music and musical instruments – shared across many regions, people and cultures. These instruments were once a part of the acoustic landscape – the soundscape – of everyday life around the globe.

When: Now through December 31

Where: Mercer Museum

Cost: Prices vary

One Night in Nashville

An intimate show with hit songwriters singing their original songs that have been recorded by some of your favorite artists and telling the stories behind them.

When: August 5

Where: Bucks County Playhouse

Cost: $50 plus fees

Peach Festival

The Peach Festival is a peach lover’s paradise with plenty of peachy treats, live entertainment, and scenic strolls through our summer gardens!

When: August 5 & 6

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend

Peach and Sunflower Festival

Pick ripe peaches, take an Instagram-worthy selfie in a field of sunflowers, enjoy the fresh air and fun music, and make memories with your family.

When: Weekends through August 13

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Prices vary

The Wallflowers

For the past 30 years, the Jakob Dylan-led act has stood as one of rock's most dynamic and purposeful bands – a unit dedicated to and continually honing a sound that meshes timeless songwriting and storytelling with a hard-hitting and decidedly modern musical attack.

When: August 5

Where: Parx Casino®

Cost: Prices vary

What a Sweet Weekend

Savor the sweetness at Chaddsford with delicious offerings like a Peach Sangria Slushie, White Sangria Spritz and more! For one weekend only, treat yourself to specials on their fan-favorite wines.

When: August 4-6

Where: Chaddsford Winery

Cost: Free to attend

The Pickers Junction Outdoor Antique Market

Join The Pickers Junction at the Sellersville Outdoor Antique Market. Multiple vendors will showcase antiques, collectables, crafts and more.

When: Saturdays through October 28

Where: The Pickers Junction

Cost: Free to attend

Doylestown Farmers Market

Shop from a variety of local food and craft vendors, ranging from produce, mushrooms, cheese, dog treats, sourdough bread, baked goods, pickles, microgreens, and much more!

When: Saturdays through November 18

Where: Doylestown Borough

Cost: Free to attend

Sesame Summer Splash

There’s nothing like summer at Sesame Place Philadelphia! It’s a great time to have fun and cool off with splashy water attractions for all ages like the ALL-NEW Bert & Ernie’s Splashy Shores and the NEW tropical themed land, Big Bird’s Beach!

When: Now through September 3

Where: Sesame Place® Philadelphia

Cost: Prices vary

Grapevine Express

Wine & Cheese will be served as you travel along the same railroad line passengers did when it was built in 1891 connecting New Hope with Philadelphia. Your journey will take you through the beautiful hills and valleys of Bucks County, along once vital waterways and streams and across numerous trestle bridges.

When: Saturdays and Sundays through September 24

Where: New Hope Railroad

Cost: $79.99

Music off Main

Experience Yardley presents the 8th year of its free summer music series - Music Off Main. Featuring a diverse array of music and genres from Bluegrass to Latin Dance Party and Jazz Standards to Zydeco.

When: Saturdays and Sundays through August 27

Where: Buttonwood Park

Cost: Free to attend

Plumsteadville Grange Farm Market

Head to the Plumsteadville Village for local and organic produce, honey, baked goods, goat soap, artisan crafts, live music, and family fun!

When: Saturdays through October 28

Where: Plumsteadville Village

Cost: Free to attend

Party on the Patio

Enjoy the laid-back vibes on the Patio at the Farm Market Saturday and Sunday ALL Spring & Summer long with live acoustic music.

When: Saturdays and Sundays through September 2

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Free to attend

Snipes Farmers Market

Come to the Big Red Barn on Snipes Farm to buy organic produce, plants, and other products. Visit with the animals: chickens, ducks, goats, bunnies and more!

When: Saturdays through November 4

Where: Snipes Farm and Education Center

Cost: Free to attend


Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Summer Sip & Savor

Join the Bucks County Wine Trail for their 2nd annual Summer Sip & Savor event. Sip locally made wines and sample small plate food pairings.

When: August 6

Where: Bucks County Wine Trail

Cost: Prices vary

Sesame Place’s 43rd Birthday

It’s Sesame Place’s birthday and they’re throwing a party full of furry fun! Celebrate with a special interactive Birthday Bash Dance Party, find all the party balloons in a fun, whimsical scavenger hunt, and take photos with your Sesame Street friends dressed in their birthday attire.

When: Now through August 6

Where: Sesame Place® Philadelphia

Cost: Prices vary

Pick Your Own at Shady Brook Farm

Spend the day down on the farm plucking sweet, juicy strawberries right off the vine, making a bouquet of colorful flowers, picking apples straight off the tree...there's plenty to harvest depending on the season, and nothing's sweeter than spending time with the family!

When: Now through August 27

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Prices vary

Sangria Sundays

Stop by the winery bar for $7 glasses of Crossing Vineyards’ fruity and fun Sangria. It's relaxation in a glass!

When: Sundays through August 27

Where: Crossing Vineyards and Winery

Cost: Free to attend

Sand Sculptures in the Village: Stories in the Sand

Stories in Sand will showcase six exceptionally tall sculptures created by three world-renowned master sand sculptors. The spectacular sculptures, all of which are due to be completed by will pay homage to stories and characters revered for generations.

When: Now through August 31

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend


nkwiluntàmën: I long for it; I am lonesome for it (such as the sound of a drum) is an immersive sound walk through the riverfront grounds of Pennsbury Manor by artist Nathan Young. Young takes listeners across the historic site, experiencing sounds of music, voice, and environmental recordings.

When: Now through Spring 2024

Where: Pennsbury Manor

Cost: Free to attend

New Hope History Walking Tours

Take this expertly guided walking tour to see the places and hear the tales that make New Hope such a fascinating place. The tour is approximately one mile long and lasts about one hour.

When: Every Sunday, 2:00PM to 3:00PM

Where: Start at The Parry Mansion 

Cost: $10 per person

Pony Rides 

Join the Rainbow Ridge Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center for fun filled pony rides every Sunday from 12 PM – 2 PM. Spend the day with their adorable ponies and even go feed their petting zoo animals!

When: Every Sunday

Where: Rainbow Ridge Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center

Cost: $10

Paul Thorn Band

Paul Thorn is able to breathe in the air around him, everyday and commonplace, and exhale something original and often side-splitting funny. It’s a kind of genius, and it’s there plain to see, in his music, his art and through his performances, which not only showcase his chops as a singer-songwriter, but as a pitch-perfect improv comic.

When: August 6

Where: Sellersville Theater

Cost: $35