Bucks Happening This Weekend: Spooks and Bards


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Bucks Happening This Weekend: Spooks and Bards

bucks county eventsPlenty to do this weekend in Bucks County! Need a little help with your planning? Then check out our weekend guide for Thursday, October 22nd, 2015 through Sunday, October 25th, 2015 below. We have included some of the best events happening in Bucks County this weekend. Also, make sure to check out more fun things to do on our sortable calendar of events.

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A Zany On-Stage Parody of the Bard: “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)”
New Hope-Solebury High School, 182 West Bridge Street , New Hope
7:30 pm

Shakespeare meets Monty Python with a dash of SNL! Come see the hilarious farce that parodies all of Shakespeare’s plays in a 90-minute, lightning-paced comedy. In advance: $8.00 (students/seniors) and $10.00 (adults) At the door: $10.00 (students/seniors) and $12.00 (adults)

Bucks Mont Biz Con
The Fuge, 780 Falcon Circle, Warminster
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

The first annual BucksMontBizCon is a premier day-long conference for small-to-medium sized businesses in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Experts from all aspects of the marketing industry and local business owners have come together to produce this networking and development experience for entrepreneurs and small business professionals.

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12109078_1490770617886480_4584126632314684507_nThe Shops at Valley Square Welcomes Bar Louie: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The Shops at Valley Square, managed by CBRE, Inc., is proud to announce Bar Louie as its newest tenant to over 35 shops, restaurants and services. Bar Louie opens its doors on October 21st at 4pm, offering 8,021 square feet of dining and includes an outdoor patio with indoor/outdoor fireplace and seating. The grand opening celebration will begin with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday, October 23rd at 12pm. To celebrate Bar Louie is hosting a 2-day blowout bash October 23rd & 24th. Every guest will receive their first Appetizer or Flatbread FREE just for stopping by during the 2-day event. In addition, the signature martinis that made Bar Louie famous will be featured for $2 from 11 a.m. until Midnight.

Gaggles of Ghosts and Ghouls
Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N Chapman Rd, Fountainville

Led by our somewhat Ghoulish Teacher Naturalists, you will embark on an eerie walk through the trails of Peace Valley Nature Center. Along the way you may meet some “creatures” that will expose some of the myths about the creepy and frightening nature of cats, rats, bats, snakes and ghosts. Walks are on-going throughout the evening. Fee $6 (members $3) No Pre-registration needed

Free Karate Class for Bully Prevention Month
Central Bucks Family YMCA, 2500 Lower State Road, Doylestown
Contact for times

In recognition of Bullying Prevention Month, we invite member of the community to participate in FREE karate classes the week of October 19. Learn about the anti-bullying aspect of karate and gain a few skills while having fun. Contact Jen Pursell for details at 215.348.8131, x3183.

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Pumpkin Fest 2015
Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, 130 E Swamp Rd, Doylestown

The long-standing tradition of Pumpkinfest continues amidst the archways of the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works in historic Doylestown. Continuing the tradition, Pumpkinfest 2015 will showcase 18 area artists who carve out enormous 100- 300 lb pumpkin squash into glowing masterpieces which take the artists up to six hours to sculpt, carve, and bring to life. This drug and alcohol-free countywide event attracts people from all regions to witness the magic and transformation of these giant gourds into illuminated spectacles. Kids of all ages are encouraged to attend the celebration of Pumpkinfest.


Harvest Winemaker’s Dinner
Crossing Vineyards & Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Rd, Washington Crossing

Winemaker Tom Carroll Jr. will offer his thoughts on the 2015 vintage. The evening will feature a five course seasonal menu and will include award-winning wines from the 2015 competition season. Cost is $89 per person. Reservations necessary.

Howie Day
Sellersville Theater, 24 W. Temple Ave, Sellersville

Howie Day is a dynamic live performer looping and layering sounds as a one man band using guitar pedals in concert. Howie’s gold album ‘Stop All The World Now’ features the acoustic pop hits “Collide” and “She Says.” Howie released a new album earlier this year titled ‘Lanterns’ that is already earning critical praise.

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A Spooktacular Halloween Extravaganza!
Acting Naturally Theatre, 164 N. Flowers Mill, Langhorne

Acting Naturally’s Youth Company presents….. A spooktacular Halloween Extravaganza! Join Us for a matinee or a Night show! Wear your costume! Our Show includes Halloween songs & dances and Four Amazing one act Halloween Plays.

The Valley of Fear
301 W Bristol Road, Feasterville
6:45 pm – 9:30 pm

Welcome to the Valley of Fear featuring four chilling attractions: a haunted hayride, underworld forest walk, zombie escape maze, and operation Z – a live action zombie paintball hunt.

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