It can be frustrating to plan a weekend of fun when there’s the chance of rain, or as the weather sources say, “25%” or “40%” (what’s that supposed to mean??). If you are scrambling find something to do this weekend, thankfully there are plenty of rain or shine events in Bucks County, including a big blueberry festival. That’s something you don’t want to miss; these berries won’t be around for much longer!
Events are listed in chronological order
1. Swingin’ Salsa Night
Friday, July 15, 6 pm, Mojito Cuba Caribe Restaurant, 90 South Main St., New Hope, PA
This Friday, July 15th is salsa night, complete with a nice dinner and dessert. The featured entrée is Arroz con Pollo and tres leche cake for dessert. Dancing begins at 9 pm with music by DJ Blademaster. There are drink specials all night and no cover charge. Reservations for dinner are recommended so call 267.740.2900 to save your spot.
2. UnWINEd Concert Series
Friday, July 15, The Market at DelVal, 2100 Lower State Rd., Doylestown, PA
There’s no better way to spend a Friday night than with wine, food, and music outside in Bucks County. Grab the whole family and head to The Market at DelVal this weekend for some local music and wine from Rose Bank Winery. Purchase wine by the bottle or glass and hang out on the front lawn. Of course there will plenty of food, like specials from The Market and ice cream from the DelVal Creamery which is open for the season. Kids can play on the inflatable attractions, so there is something for everyone. This is a free event and it begins at 6 pm.
3. Blueberries and Bluegrass Festival
Saturday and Sunday, July 15 – 16, 10 am – 6 pm, Peddler’s Village, Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska, PA
Everybody has been waiting for the blueberries to be ready for picking, and now you can celebrate the fruit and all its berry glory this Saturday and Sunday at Peddler’s Village, at their annual Blueberries and Bluegrass Festival. The blueberry festival is from 10 am – 6 pm and it’s a weekend filled with locally grown blueberries and blueberry treats.
The Bechdolt’s Orchards farm stand has locally grown, field-cultivated berries. The Peddler’s Village General store will have blueberry pies, butters, jellies, and preserves and signature bluegrass and blueberries festival t-shirts. Throughout the rest of the village you’ll find dessert items like muffins, cupcake fudge and even soda—all packed with blueberries.
There will be music from a variety of bluegrass and country bands, a family fun field and craft area for the kids. You can reserve a festival package by calling 215.794.4051. Admission and parking are free, and it’s a rain or shine event.
4. 5th Annual Uncle Dave’s Ice Cream Jog ‘n Hog
Sunday, July 15, 8:30 am, Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Rd., Morrisville, PA
This Sunday is National Ice Cream Day! To celebrate, Shady Brook Farm is hosting the 5th annual Uncle Dave’s ice cream jog ‘n hog. Over the past four years, they’ve served over 200 gallons of Uncle Dave’s ice cream, which turns out is over 1.3 million calories. While the registration is currently closed, you can still go and enjoy the show. The start line and Hogging Zone will both be near or in front of the farm store. That will be the best place for spectators to watch the fun. And to add to the 200 + gallons of Uncle Dave’s ice cream, feel free to grab a scoop or two for yourself.
Want to celebrate National Ice Cream Day this Sunday? Here’s our comprehensive list of ice cream places in Bucks County and nearby.
5. Fire Company Breakfast
Sunday, July 17, Riegelsville Fire Company, 333 Delaware Road, Riegelsville, PA
Sunday, July 17, Perkasie Fire Co., 100 N. Fifth St, Perkasie, PA
This weekend, we have plenty of options for a nice, warm breakfast. The Riegelsville Fire Company, will do their monthly breakfast this Sunday, July 17. Enjoy a nice meal cooked by your local firefighters!
There’s more! The Perkasie Fire Company on Fifth and Arch Streets in Perkasie is hosting its all-you-can-eat buffet from 7:30 am – 12:30 pm this Sunday as well. The menu has options like eggs, pancakes, waffles, cream dried beef, sausage, bacon, scrapple, home fries, assorted juice and more. Top it off with dessert, too!
Have a great weekend!
Want to know what’s happening in Hunterdon County? See our Food Events in Hunterdon County calendar.
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