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Artists of Yardley (AOY) Art Center is hosting the Garden State Watercolor Society (GSWS) for its 52nd annual Open Juried Exhibition. The watercolor exhibition opens Oct. 8 and runs through Nov. …

Artists representing a variety of very selectively juried works including fine art, photography, ceramics, jewelry, wearable art, fiber, wood, metal, basketry and more will be featured at Crafts in …

Celebrations at Sleepy Hollow Haunted Acres in Newtown – located on a 200-acre family farm, surrounded by dark woods and fields of corn and pumpkins – include three unique attractions for …

Eric Mintel Investigates will bring its “Paranormal Projection Room” to the Newtown Theatre at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, for a spooky Halloween Eve presentation.

Rolling Harvest Food Rescue is inviting the community to celebrate as it marks the milestones of a decade of farm-based food rescue and the 4 million pounds of healthful, fresh food redistributed to food-insecure neighbors in need throughout all of Bucks County, and into neighboring counties in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The 30th Tewksbury Art Exhibition and Sale benefiting the Tewksbury Historical Society, chaired by Andy Calamaras, will take place Saturday, Oct. 8 through Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Zion Lutheran …

Over 160 artists, craftsmen participate in New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival

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The 28th annual New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival took place Sept. 24-25 on the grounds of New Hope-Solebury High School. Over 160 juried fine artists and craftsmen exhibited all types of media, such …

Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, N.J., presents “Emotional Odyssey,” an exhibition featuring the photographic pigment prints, watercolor and acrylic paintings of Joseph DeFay and Carol …

Lambertville, recently rated Best Small Town in New Jersey, has long been a well-known hub for culture and the arts. In keeping with that tradition, the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce …

The annual Self-guided Walking Tour of Tyler Park highlights the historic properties and farmhouses scattered throughout the Tyler State Park grounds. This year, the tour, hosted by Newtown …

Gallery 14 Fine Art Photography, 14 Mercer St., Hopewell, N.J., presents the photographic images of Alice Grebanier of Branchburg, N.J., and Scott Hoerl of Yardley from Oct. 8 to 23.

Area residents looking for one-of-a-kind artisan gifts for themselves or others can check out McConkey’s Market 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, in Washington Crossing Historic Park …

What’s better than a nice cold drink, hot, fresh popcorn and a good movie? How about watching that film, about the founder of the County Theater, on the big screen in a nice comfy seat in the newly …

The Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society announced the return of the popular Eerie Easton walking tours. Tours are on offer Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through Oct. …

Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow hosts Pumpkin Carving 2022 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Oct. 19. Register at bcas.org Help line the trails with Jack-O-Lanterns for the BCAS Haunted Trails …

As the 2022 season of Main Stage performances, young audience series productions, and Theatre School session continues, Music Mountain Theatre also offers additional special events this fall.

The historic Newtown Theatre will welcome the Divine Hand Ensemble for “A Night of Spooky Movie Music” at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. The Divine Hand Ensemble is the world’s only …

The fall meeting of the Williams Township Historical Society features Jeff Marshall, who will dispel misconceptions about who built log homes and their popularity over time. The public is invited …

Flemington DIY, 26 Stangl Road, Flemington, N.J., has announced its fall jazz series, the second of the year at its new space. The four-show series spans October through December, and features an …

Nockamixon Historic Commission will host a cemetery tour of St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church and adjoining cemetery, located on Haycock Run Road, Haycock, from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. …

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