Is the sun ever going to come out? It’s so dreary, but the good news is this weekend is filled with spring events. Bucks County businesses are ready to combat the lack of sunshine with spring festivals, community food events, and other ways to cheer you up. Don’t forget, this weekend is the Philly Farm and Food Fest 2016, which is another way to celebrate the region’s best foods, including fresh spring produce and other local treats.


 1. Spaghetti Dinner

Friday, April 8, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Delaware Valley Fire Company, Headquarters Road, Erwinna, PA
Saturday, April 9, 4 – 8 pm, Quakertown High School Cafeteria, 600 Park Ave, Quakertown, PA

Spaghetti, Pixabay

Every second Friday of the month at the Delaware Valley Fire Company in Erwinna, you can enjoy delicious food made by Gino De Schrijver of Eat This, a local Bucks County food purveyor that produces all-natural, sustainable, locally produced jams, and marmalades.The dinner is this Friday, April 8 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Cost: $9 for adults; $8.50 for seniors and emergency personnel; $6.50 for children 7-12 years old, and free for children six and under. Take out is available for $9.50. Call 610.294.9334 for more information.

Not enough spaghetti for you? Also on Saturday, April 9 from 4 – 8 pm in the Quakertown High School Cafeteria, there will be an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner. Who doesn’t love a buffet of carbs? This event benefits the Quakertown High School band. It is $9 for adults, $6 for seniors, ages three to 10 cost $5, and it’s free for anyone under three years old. Call 215.529.2060 for more information.

And if you want some meat in your life…Head to the Plumsteadville Grange in Plumsteadville to support the American Baptist Women group with a tasty family-style turkey dinner. The event runs from 6 – 8 pm on Saturday, April 9. Call 215.297.5047 for more information.

2. Ladies Night

Friday, April 8, 6 – 8 pm, Olive Oil Etcetera, 22 South Main St., Doylestown, PA

Salmon, Olive Oil Etcetera
This isn’t your average ladies night. Start by following Amy of LuLaRoe on Facebook. Then, join her at Olive Oil Etcetera to explore new designs, fashion, and of taste samples from Olive Oil Etcetera. Featured is the blood orange olive oil, which can be used for anything from salmon to blood orange brownies. Finish the ladies night at Genevieve’s Kitchen on State Street in Doylestown. Fresh food, amazing BYOB, and a great place for ladies to gather.

3. Food and Live Music at Jake’s Pub

Friday, April 8, 9 pm – 12 am, Jake’s Pub, 869 Bustleton Pike, Richboro, PA

Sandwich, Jake's Eatery

Jake’s Pub, which is a part of Jake’s Eatery (in both Richboro and Newtown) is having live music this Friday, April 8. Try out some food while you listen to acoustic music, including pierogies, buffalo chicken pizza, wedge salad and wings. There are $4 appetizers like bruschetta, corn bites, and loaded fries. Or, stop by Jake’s Eatery from 7 am – 9 pm on Mondays through Saturdays, and 7 am – 3 pm on Sundays. The eatery has breakfast until 3 pm, and dinner is served Monday through Saturday evenings.

4. Organnons Apothecary Reopening

Saturday, April 9, 9 am – 7pm, Organnons Natural Market, 591 Durham Road, Newtown, PA


Organnons Apothecary
Organnons Market is a natural food market that focuses on providing tasty, organic choices. This weekend on Saturday, April 9, the market is reopening its brand new Apothecary Department. The market is having a 15% sale on all vitamins, supplements, and health and beauty items for this one day only. You can also pick u
p some healthy, organic goodies at the market to pair with all your new health items!

5. Cycle & Sip Tours

Saturday, April 9 am – 12:30, Crossing Vineyards & Winery, Wrightstown Road, Upper Makefield, PA

Vineyards, Crossing Vineyards and Winery
Enjoy a 16-mile guided bicycle excursion from Washington Crossing Historic Park to New Hope/Lambertville and back. Then, at the winery, savor a tasting of Crossing’s wines paired with cheese, cured meats, and chocolates. A winery tour is also included. Bring your own bike and helmet, and hybrid bikes are recommended. You must be 21 years old and sign a waiver to participate in this event. The cost is $45 per person, and reservations are necessary. Book online here or call 215.493.6500. The meeting address is 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA.

6. First Annual River Town Wing Throw Down

Saturday, April 9, 1 pm – 4 pm, New Hope Firehouse, 46 North Sugan Road, New Hope, PA

Buffalo Wings, Pixabay

Watch as 12 local restaurants throw their wings into the ring this weekend on Saturday, April 9. The First Annual River Town Wing Throw Down, presented by Bitter Bob’s BBQ, Fran’s Pub, and the Event Center by Cornerstone takes place from 1 – 4 pm. Vote for the best chicken wings from restaurants from. All attendees receive a souvenir River Town Wing Throw Down pint glass. The beer is provided by Fran’s pub, and there is live music and special celebrity guests. Tickets are $25 (online) and $30 (at the door). Click here to purchase tickets.

7. Breakfast in Bucks County

Sunday, April 10, 8 am – 1 pm, Silverdale Fire Co., 111 Main Street, Silverdale, PA

Sunday, April 10, 8 am – 1 pm, Richland Township Fire & Rescue, 64 Shelly Road, Quakertown, PA

Sunday, April 10, 8 am – 1 pm, Lingohocken Fire Company, Mill Creek Rd. & Washington Ave., Wycombe, PA
Sunday, April 10, 8:30 am – 11:30 am, Knights of Columbus at St. Agnes Church, 445 N. Main St., Sellersville, PA

Pancakes, Pixabay

You might have read our post on where to get a good breakfast in Bucks County. Add all the pancake breakfasts happening this weekend too! Many of these breakfast events recur each month, and benefit the local community.

  • Breakfast at Silverdale Fire Co.: Pancakes, sausage, french toast, eggs, ham, potatoes, and dried beef. Adults cost $6.50, children six to 12 years old are $3.50, under six years old eat free. Take out is available. Call to confirm at 215.257.9620.
  • Breakfast Buffet at Richland Township Fire & Rescue: Enjoy a breakfast buffet at the Richland Township Fire & Rescue in Quakertown. Call to confirm at 215.536.7226.
  • Pancake Breakfast at Lingohocken Fire CompanyRegular stack of pancakes are $7, short stack of pancakes is $5. Enjoy pancakes, sausage, french toast, coffee and tea, milk and juice. Call 215.598.3500 for more information.
  • Pancake Breakfast at Knights of Columbus at St. Agnes Church: Enjoy a pancake breakfast. Can you handle more pancakes? Call 215.536.5457 for more information.

8. Family Day at Washington Crossing

Sunday, April 10, 11 am, Washington Crossing Historic Park, 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA

Kids, Washington Crossing Historical Park

Come to Washington Crossing Historic Park for their  first-ever season kick-off event on Sunday, April 10. Bring the family on a hike along the Delaware Canal and tour of the Thompson-Neely House. The event itself starts at 11 am with the two mile hike beginning at the Soldiers’ Graves and moving north along the Canal Towpath and up to the Thompson-Neely House and Farmstead. At Thompson-Neely, Continental Army soldiers will have a camp set up with outdoor cooking demonstrations and discussions of 18th-century medicine, including herbal treatments used to care for sick and wounded soldiers. The event is free, and food will be available for purchase at the Thompson-Neely House.

Have a great weekend!

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