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Shrine Tours - National Shrine of our Lady of Czestochowa

Located an hour north of the City of Philadelphia, the National Shrine of our Lady of Czestochowa is located in Doylestown, PA at 654 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA 18901. 106 more words

Pope Francis

A Breath of Fresh Air: Local families host inner-city kids for vacations in Bucks County

Jack Firneno, the Wire

One of 12-year-old Newtown resident Thomas Manning’s best friends lives in the Bronx. They can get together only for a few weeks in the summer, but keep in touch the rest of the year. 774 more words

Bucks County

WireENTERTAINMENT - Questions of balance: How the Lenape Chamber Ensemble makes music come alive this month

Jack Firneno, the Wire

When audiences attend the Lenape Chamber Ensemble’s Summer Gala Concerts at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown this month, they’re not only hearing a distinctly wide variety of of musical selections. 1,042 more words


Arty-Facts: The Steidle Collection

When Coal Was King, an exhibition of works from the Steidle Collection of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State took place from August to October 1998. 263 more words


summertime demonstration

Don’t miss our summertime milk paint demonstration taking place this Sunday at Serendipity Shops of Doylestown.  No need to register. Just show up!  I’ll be waiting for you… 60 more words


Bucks County Event Calendar 7/1 - 7/7

7/1 —

Little Hero Book Buddies: The Northampton Free Library, 25 Upper Holland Road in Richboro, will hold this free event at 2:30 p.m. Pre-K readers are paired with a teen volunteer to share stories and make crafts. 663 more words

Bucks County

Illustration of a Charming Episcopal Church

My friends at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Doylestown asked me to paint a keepsake for their much loved pastor. The pastor and her husband, also an Episcopal priest, will retire to their new home out-of-state soon; so in thinking about what they would want to remember of their time here, I settled on an illustration of this beautiful 1840s church building. 357 more words

Pat Achilles