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A NIGHT WITH OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II

Whether your musical palette drives you toward graceful vocals, engaging theatricality or captivating melodies, there’s a strong and powerful fusion of all three in AN ENCHANTED EVENING: A NIGHT WITH OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II - a limited engagement...

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Summer is here and Pocono Manor Resort & Spa invites families to create an unforgettable, custom outdoor getaway.  The “Summer Adventure” package encourages guests to try something new, providing a voucher for three outdoor activities at... more

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Antique shows, events, and auctions. Your guide to antique hunting in and around Bucks County more

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Bucks County and surrounding area is the place to go to for museums, galleries, openings, art shows and art related events. more

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Artisans at work, craft fairs, craft shows and events with skilled artisans more

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Where to go for concerts, plays and the performing arts in Bucks County and surrounding area more more more

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Take some time to see some of the best dressage, racing, jumping, polo and other equestrian sports. more

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Fun places for family recreation, entertainment and exploration that include everyone more

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Visit public gardens, arboretums and see flowers, trees, and artistically done beautiful more

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Historical societies, museums, buildings, farms and places to go to learn more about our past more

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Parks, nature centers, trails and places to be outside enjoying our natural surroundings more

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Newtown House Tour

House tour

Please join us on Saturday, December 2nd as we mark 55 years of holiday house tours. Always held on the 1st Saturday in December, Newtown’s Holiday House Tour is an anticipated winter tradition and a festive start to the holiday season. This year’s 55th tour promises not to disappoint. The $30 cost of a tour ticket will allow entry into 6 town residences and several public buildings, including the Half-Moon Inn, home to the Newtown Historic Association. Once inside this beautifully restored 18th century building, tour goers will enjoy period musical entertainment, hearthside colonial cooking demonstrations and refreshments of mulled cider and cheese. Wear your walking shoes because all sites are within the Borough and can be reached easily by foot. Tour hours are from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Advance tickets can be purchased at Newtown Book & Record Exchange, 102 S. State Street and on-line at the Association’s website, www.newtownhistoric.org/housetour. On the day of the tour, purchase tour tickets at the Half-Moon Inn, Court Street and Centre Avenue and at the Stocking Works, 301 South State Street, Newtown. In the event of major snow, the tour will be held on Sunday, December 3rd. Please, no picture taking or high-heeled shoes permitted in the houses. For additional information, call the Newtown Historic Association at 215-968-4004 or visit our website.