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This Weekend In Bucks County: January 31 – February 2, 2020


This Weekend In Bucks County: January 31 – February 2, 2020

Martin Millner

Martin Millner is a realtor based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania...

Martin Millner is a realtor based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania...

Jan 31 7 minutes read

This weekend in Bucks County go pair wine with chocolate at Chaddsford Winery, see King Lear in its opening weekend at Bristol Riverside Theatre and check out Michener Art Museum’s brand new exhibit.


Wine & Chocolate Pairing

Celebrate the month of love with an intimate, sit-down wine and chocolate pairing at Chaddsford Winery! You'll explore several unique flavor combinations as you taste 5 artisan chocolates carefully paired with our award-winning wines - a perfect choice for Valentine's outings or a Girls Day Out.

When: February 1 & 2
Where: Chaddsford Winery
Cost: Advance tickets: $30 per person: Walk-ins: $35 per person

Find Jack Frost Scavenger Hunt

Winter is full of surprises! Here’s a happy one…

Peddler’s Village has a new scavenger hunt! Families are invited to search for Jack Frost all around the Village. Stop by the Hospitality Center in the entrance to the Cock ‘n Bull to pick up your scavenger hunt guide. Then: ready, set, go! Visit the stores listed to see if you can find Jack Frost in each one.

When: Now through February 17
Where: Peddler’s Village
Cost: Free to participate

Winter Exhibition & Holiday Open House

See the snowy landscape and seasonal still life by the gallery’s award-winning artists. The Frank Arcuri solo show is also on view. Find local, artisan hand-crafted gifts too.

When: Now through February 23
Where: Patricia Hutton GalleriesCost: Free to attend

Harry Leith-Ross: Scenes from Country Life

Leith-Ross became renowned for his vibrant, carefully composed oil paintings and transparent watercolor technique in the tradition of the eighteenth-century. He gained recognition for depicting humble genre scenes of rural life and finding beauty in the everyday activities of people. His collection provides a distinctive view into the artistic process and private thoughts of one of the most important American artists of the first half of the 20th century.

When: Now through February 9
Where: Michener Art Museum
Cost: Adult $15, Senior $13, College Students $8, Ages 6-18 $5, Children under 6 Free

The Lenfest Collection of American Art

In 1999, the Michener Art Museum received the most important collections gift in its history: 59 Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings from Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest. This collection is the finest of Bucks County art, which consists of works by Garber, Coppedge, Folinsbee, Lathrop, Redfield, Sotter, Spencer, Baum and Schofield.

When: Now through March 1
Where: Michener Art Museum
Cost: $15, Senior $13, College Students $8, Ages 6-18 $5, Children under 6 Free


King Lear

Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear is an epic tale of sorrow, forgiveness, madness, and reconciliation. Led by director Eric Tucker, New York’s acclaimed Bedlam Theatre comes to BRT with a fresh interpretation of this Shakespeare classic.

When: Now through February 16
Where: Bristol Riverside Theatre
Cost: Ticket prices vary

Calendar Girls, An Adult Comedy by Tim Firth

Join DCP Theatre as they kick off their 2020 season with this hilarious, based on a true story adult comedy. You won’t want to miss it!

When: Now through February 14
Where: DCP Theatre
Cost: Adults $16, Senior and students $16

Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling

Howard Stern Show Alum, Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling, brings his bag of jokes to the beautiful Newtown Theatre for 1 night, 1 show only! Get tickets while you can!

When: February 1, 8 p.m.
Where: Newtown Theatre
Cost: $25 per person

Spider’s Web

In this rare gem of a mystery, Dame Agatha Christie added a touch of comedy to her characteristic mix of murder and mayhem. A young wife discovers real life can be more exciting than make-believe...and she's lucky to survive. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French.

When: Now through February 16
Where: Actor’s NET of Bucks County
Cost: Ticket prices vary


Building on the Dream: From Africa to Bucks County

This exhibit pays tribute to the lives, culture, accomplishments and contributions of African Americans in Bucks County, from their origins in Africa through the 21st century. The exhibit also includes a three-part speaker series: “The Art of Thomas McKinney & Opening Reception” on February 2; “Untold Stories of African American Civil War Soldiers buried at Slate Hill Cemetery” on March 15; and “Contributions of African Americans from Bucks County during the Civil War Era” on April 5.

When: Now through April 7
Where: Bucks County Visitor Center
Cost: Free to Attend

Cheers to Murder

It’s a sad day for Sam, Diane, Carla, and Cliff – their longtime friend, Norm, has passed away, and they have all gathered for the wake. It seems Norm has died at this very bar, and the circumstances surrounding his demise are more than questionable. Join us for Norm’s wake, but beware – as accusations fly, tempers will get heated, pasts will be dug up, and someone – maybe even you – could be the next victim as we say “Cheers…to Murder!”

When: Now through April 25, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Peddler's Village
Cost: $69.95 per person

Pigskin Peanuts Exhibit

Just in time for football season, Pigskin Peanuts showcases fifty of Charles M. Schulz's daily and Sunday Peanuts comic strips featuring the sport of football and the popular characters Charlie Brown, Woodstock, Snoopy and more. Dress up as football players and take pictures at the interactive photo station featuring Peanuts characters. The companion exhibit, Bucks County Plays Football! highlights some of Bucks County’s own football history and traditions and will include historic photographs, video footage, game programs, tickets, sports cards and other artifacts and memorabilia.

When: Through February 9, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Where: Mercer Museum
Cost: Free with Museum Admission

Ponstingl: Dreams of Past Futures

Ponstingl’s extant body of work represented in this exhibition spans two decades from the 1960s until the late 1970s. Inspired by dreams, his work in the 1960s recalls the work of Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) and other Surrealist painters. Exhibit at the Michener for a limited time only!

When: Now through June 20
Where: Michener Art Museum
Cost: Free with Museum Admission

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