Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3, 10 am – 6 pm
Peddler’s Village, Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska, PA
Strawberries take center stage at Peddler’s Village’s annual Strawberry Festival. Try the berry dipped in chocolate, in assorted pastries and shortcake, jams, fritters, or just in all of their natural glory. If you’re looking for more to eat than strawberries (though strawberries alone are quite alright), they’ve got food vendors lined up, too, plus artisans peddling their wares, fun for the kids, and live entertainment.
Food Vendors at the Strawberry Festival this year:
- Bonjour Creperie
- Blossom’s Catering Afro Caribbean, Cajun & Soul Food
- Crabcake Sandwich
- Sum Pig
- Local 215
- Stella Jeanne’s
- Happy Snacks
Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3, 12 – 5 pm
Old York Cellars, 80 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ
Taste Old York Cellars’ wines, tour the vineyard and winery, browse local art and craft vendors (picking something up for mom for Mother’s day along the way, perhaps), and chow down on food from Oink & Moo BBQ, The Outslider, and Waffle de Lys, all while enjoying live music. There are plenty of activities for the kids, too. (Okay, so it’s not in Bucks, but it’s fun and nearby!)
Saturday, May 2, starting at 8 am with “Best in Show” around 5 pm
Tinicum Park, Erwinna, PA
Over 160 dog breeds will be competing in the 74th year of this local well-regarded dog show at Tinicum Park. Breed competitions begin at 8 am with “Puppy Sweeps” and continue through the day. Eight food trucks will be there serving everything from BBQ to Asian to Waffles and even Pork Tacos. Breakfast, lunch and everything in-between. For more information, see our recent post, Food trucks and beautiful dogs this Saturday, May 2.
Here’s the line-up of food trucks:
- Country Kitchen
- Farm Truck
- Fresh Truck Bistro
- Greek Street Food
- Nina’s Waffles
- Phoebe’s BBQ (Oklahoma Style)
- Tim’s Barbecue
Saturday, May 2, 9 am – 1 pm
2203 2nd Street Pike, next to the Wrightstown Township municipal offices
The Wrightstown Farmers Market is back for its 9th year, with over 30 vendors bringing fresh, local produce, baked goods, preserves, prepared foods, meats, eggs, and even body care products. To celebrate opening day, Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick will participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 am, and the Goose Creek Pioneers will be kicking out bluegrass tunes throughout the day to add to the fun. To find out what vendors you can expect to see there, follow this link.
Sunday, May 3, 1 – 3 pm
Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA
Ladies, mothers, daughters, and grandmothers are invited for tea, finger foods and sweets at the historical Pearl S. Buck House, the former home of the famous Bucks County author. Attendees wearing hats & pearls will be invited to participate in a fashion show for prizes. Sounds like a great way to get a head start on Mother’s Day!