Warming cocktail event planned for Doylestown

January 7, 2018 by  

Although the bitter cold days of winter may have arrived in Doylestown, an event has been planned that will bring a touch of warmth to a January night.

American bourbon will [Read more]

Doylestown event to focus on building resiliency in children

December 13, 2017 by  

Young children can find it difficult to cope with stressful situations, and parents who attend a Doylestown workshop will walk away with a set of tools they can use to foster resiliency in their son or daughter.

Doylestown Health Medical staff [Read more]

Doylestown set to celebrate Ukrainian style

November 7, 2017 by  

A Doylestown area function has been planned that will offer those who attend a chance to experience a Ukrainian-style holiday celebration.

The Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center has [Read more]

Doylestown workshop to help parents become social media-savvy

October 30, 2017 by  

The internet and social media is a rapidly changing source of entertainment, information and more, and a Doylestown workshop has been planned that will give parents tools they can use to help their sons and daughters [Read more]

Doylestown photo shoot planned for professionals and amateurs alike

September 17, 2017 by  

Photographers who reside in Doylestown or the surrounding communities who are interested in adding to their portfolios may wish to make plans to attend an event that will be [Read more]

Doylestown invited to craft their own terrarium of terror

August 13, 2017 by  

Doylestown green thumbs and those who are looking for some unexpected Halloween décor alike will soon be able to create a [Read more]

Session planned for future parents in Doylestown

July 14, 2017 by  

Doylestown parents-to-be are invited to attend an event that will equip them with knowledge they can use to help make their birth experience a positive one.

The Doylestown Hospital will be [Read more]

Time to hit the pavement in Doylestown

June 13, 2017 by  

Doylestown will be hosting its first ever Firecracker 5k, and organizers have planned for it to be a day [Read more]

Night of magic planned for Doylestown

May 21, 2017 by  

Three of magic’s young rising stars will soon be arriving in Doylestown, and they will be partnering to host a show of illusions that they say will capture the imagination and bring new light to an old art form.

Magicians Ben Zabin, Jake Schwartz, and Joe Galante will be performing an evening of modern-styled magic, which, according to the performers, has been organized to engage both the imagination of the audience and the mind itself.

They went on to say that there will be none of the usual ‘rabbit in a hat tricks’ that one might expect form a show like this, and they have planned for all of the performances to be unique and exciting. Programs and other promotional materials for a show such as this can be both designed and produced by an area stationery printing company.

Imagine: A Magic Show for the Mind will be held on June 2 in the Hattery Stove and Still, which can be found at 18 West State Street in Doylestown. The ticket price has been set at $22.50 each. It has been brought to the local community courtesy of the sponsorship of Joe Galante, and is intended for those who are age 12 or over.

Business casual dress is suggested for audience members, and more information about the show can be found on the Doylestown Alive website.

Doylestown to leap into educational event

April 23, 2017 by  

Spring has arrived in Doylestown, and that means the local frogs and toads will be out in full force, filling the evenings will their singing. The public is invited to an area event that will give them an opportunity to learn more about these amphibians.

The Peace Valley Nature Center will be hosting a family friendly activity that will see participants head for the watery areas around it to search for toads and frogs. A guide will be on hand to provide more information about these creatures, their life cycles, and the role they play in the local ecosystem. Since the numbers of many species have been declining, tips about what people can do to protect them for the future will also be discussed. Booklet printing can be utilized to create field guides for those who come to an event like this to help them identify the animals they encounter.

Families and individuals that plan on attending are asked to arrive dressed appropriately, as there is a high chance they will get themselves wet and muddy. They are reminded that they will need to register ahead of the date if they wish to participate.

This evening of learning and fun will take place at the Peace Valley Nature Center on May 17. The Visit Bucks County website has additional details for anyone who requires them.

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