It’s Valentine’s Day weekend which means you have the perfect excuse to indulge, whether celebrating love or proudly proclaiming your independence. Bucks County has got you covered with wine, chocolate, beer, and Paula Cole (yep, I said it- Paula Cole). Check out some of our top picks below and make sure to visit our Valentine’s Day Guide, calendar, and Restaurant Guide to fill in the rest. Then get out those Dawson Creek DVDs and get ready for an awesome weekend.
Cheers to Valentine’s Day! This weekend, head over to February Fusion at Chaddsford Tasting Room in Lahaska on Saturday & Sunday every weekend this month. Enjoy gourmet chocolates & fine wine pairings every Saturday at 11am, 2pm & 5pm and Sunday at 1pm & 3 pm in February. Tasting fee is $20 per person. R.S.V.P. to save your spot at 215 – 794 – 9655.
With Bring Your Own Blanket Saturdays, Wednesday concerts, and an AWESOME beer program, check out the line up at Sweet Lorraine’s in Peddler’s Village.
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or just want an excuse to eat chocolate, indulge yourself at the Chocolate Lovers’ Fantasy – Sweet 16 Celebration. On Saturday, February 12 from 6:30pm – 9:30pm at Bucks County Community College, support A Woman’s Place in a delicious way. The signature display at the event, which gives Chocolate Lovers’ Fantasy its delectable name, is a spread of chocolate desserts – donated by individuals and bakeries throughout the county, which measures more than 55 feet in length and ends in a giant dark chocolate fountain! This decadent affair helps to raise the much needed funds that allow us to continue to offer a wide range of services and support to victims of domestic violence, their children, and the community. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, entertainment and both a silent and live auction alongside other members of the community.
Get ready to belt out those 1990s classics with Paula Cole at Sellersville Theater on Sunday, February 13th at 7:30pm. Grammy winning Paula Cole is one of pop’s most compelling vocalists who has enthralled audiences with her soaring agile soprano; her live performances are an intensely emotional yet uplifting journey. Paula’s classic debut Harbinger (“I Am So Ordinary”) was followed by the double platinum This Fire, spawning the smash hits “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?”, “I Don’t Want to Wait” & “Me.” Tickets $35…belting out “I DON’T WANNA WAIT…” is priceless.
More wine? OKAY! This Sunday, February 13th, Shady Brook Farm in Yardley hosts a FREE Winter Wine Concert from 1-4pm. Relax to Jim Rowland Music and wines from Rose Bank.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY BUCKS COUNTY!