Bucks Food Calendar: Oct 30, 2017

Halloween Party at Logan Inn

If you missed out on some of the Hallo-weekend food and fun, not to worry. Many of the activities continue through Halloween (tomorrow).

This week, stroll through farms to see scarecrows and spooky jack-o-lanterns, along with other creepy fall arrangements. And check out local food forums and evenings of wine and food tastings. Celebrate the end of October in Bucks County!

The Jack-O-Lantern Stroll


Imagine walking along the beautiful Delaware Canal through the historic borough of Yardley, PA on a crisp fall day before or during Halloween. Hundreds of carved Jack-O-Lanterns lit up will guide your way through the fall evening. It’s a perfect way to celebrate Halloween! The stroll is down the Delaware Canal Towpath, leading north from Afton Avenue Bridge to the end of the paved road (North Edgewater Avenue), approximately ¼ mile. Continues all this week through Sunday, November 5.

Movie at the Continental Tavern

Continental Tavern Documentary

Watch a spellbinding mini-documentary premiering at the Continental Tavern, in Yardley, PA everyday up until Halloween. The show runs every two hours, and while you are there, grab a drink, watch the show (30 minutes), have dinner, then visit Canal-o-Ween. Visit their website for more information.

Halloween Party at the Logan Inn

Halloween Party at Logan Inn

Celebrate Halloween with a spooktacular Halloween party on the outdoor patio at the Logan Inn. Grab a witch’s brew (or just a regular brew) and party. Wear your best costume because the winner receives dinner for two and a personal reading from Spiritual Medium, Edward Tabbitas. Starts at 7:30 pm. Check out their Facebook page for more information.

  • There’s more: Let’s get spooky! Join the Logan Inn for a week of their Message From Beyond Dinners through October 31 at 7 pm. You’ll be able to explore the unknown with author and spiritual medium, Edward Tabbitas. You’ll enjoy a three course dinner and glass of wine, a cocktail hour and a group reading. For reservations, call 215.862.2300.

Food and Social Justice Forum

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Do you know what the new face of hunger looks like and its root causes? Are you curious about the innovative approaches to alleviating food-insecurity and food-inequality? If so check out a forum presented at Delaware Valley University, including several well-known local food experts.

Panelists include: Cathy Snyder, Founder and Executive Director of Rolling Harvest Food Rescue; Tony D’Orazio, Owner of Carversville Farm Foundation; John Crooke, Owner of Tinicum CSA; and Pastor Vicky Allen, from First United Methodist Church of Fairless Hills, PA. Visit DelVal’s site for more information.

A Taste of Bucks Mont

Looking to try new food for a good cause? If so, come to A Taste of Bucks-Mont this Thursday, November 2 in Warminster, PA. It’s an event that highlights the community’s best food, wine, beer, and spirits while raising money for the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association (PRLA) Educational Foundation Scholarship Fund and the American Culinary Federation (ACF) Philadelphia Chapter and Drexel School of Food and Hospitality Management. The evening will be full of food, music, libations, tastings, raffles and a silent auction. Tickets can be bought here.

FED Talk: Why Do We Eat What We Eat, When We Know What We Know?

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FED Talk is the Doylestown Community Programs’ educational talk series about our food system and health. This Thursday, November 2 they are hosting an interesting talk on the basics of behavioral change and how we can improve our health.

The cost for individual talks is $5 for Doylestown Food Market Members/Owners and $8 for non-members. To purchase tickets and for more information, see here. Pre-registration is strongly recommended, but tickets will also be available at the door. Call 215-348-4548 or email info@doylestown.coop with any questions.
On the radar…
  • The Farm Cooking School Book Release Party is a chance to celebrate Ian and Shelley’s release of their first collaborative book, The Farm Cooking School: Techniques and Recipes That Celebrate The Seasons (Quarto/Burgess Lea Press). You’ve taken the classes, now take home the book! More information here.

And, for more details on any of our food calendar events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County, or click the “continue reading” link below.

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In the works…

James & Jamie – Local restaurateur and chef James Seward (Bowman’s Tavern, Bowman’s North) and Jamie Hollander (Jamie Hollander Gourmet) are teaming up to make us one wonderful dinner. (Winter 2018)

Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm (Winter 2018)

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