It’s hard to believe that this is the last weekend before the Holiday season officially commences with Thanksgiving being next week! So to make sure it’s a good one, check out our guide for Thursday, November 13th, 2014 – Sunday, November 16th, 2014 has the best events Bucks County has to offer this weekend. Also, make sure to check out more fun things to do on our sortable calendar of events & restaurant guide. And if you wanted to get some gifts in advance, don’t forget to check out our Holiday Shopping Guide!
Robert Dubac’s The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?
Bucks County Playhouse, 70 S. Main St, New Hope
Hilarious’ is the only way to describe THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON? You will laugh non-stop for ninety minutes as Robert Dubac ransacks his brain to answer the age old question, “What do women want?” All while drinking a beer. Dubac has crafted an hysterical one man multi-character show that tackles the babble of the sexes with precision and wit. With a shrug of his shoulders or a crook of his neck, Robert Dubac seamlessly transforms himself into five alter egos – each offering their own brand of misguided advice on how to straddle the gender gap.
Lost in Yonkers
Bristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe St, Bristol
In this coming-of-age story, Jay’s life is turned upside down when his father leaves Jay and his younger brother Arty at their grandmother’s doorstep. Their grandmother is an opinionated German Jewish immigrant who shares her home with her daughter Bella and son Louie, who is hiding from the mob. The upcoming year will leave a permanent mark on Jay and his highly dysfunctional family. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play, and as comical as it is poignant, Lost in Yonkers is the masterwork of Neil Simon’s career and is certain to leave you spellbound with laughter and tears.
Christmas Bazaar & Craft Fair
St John Bosco Parish Office, 215 E. Country Line Rd, Hatboro
6-9PM (Saturday from 9:30am – 2:00pm)
All are welcome to participate by shopping, eating and partaking in the spirit of the bazaar. Admission is free. Parking is free! Come by and shop for the holidays!
The Addams Family – Live Theater
Council Rock High School South, 2002 Rock Way, Holland
Council Rock High School South’s Golden Wings Theatre Company Presents The Addams Family, a new musical comedy based on characters created by Charles Addams. Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa; book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice.
Hanging the Snowflakes in Doylestown
Starbucks, 10 N Main St, Doylestown
Volunteers will meet on Saturday at 9:00am. The easiest way to hang the snowflakes is with an electric drill and a 8mm socket (with extension). You can also use an electric screwdriver or flathead screwdriver. You will need a 6ft ladder. We will have extra ladders and 8mm sockets with extensions if you do not have one.
Shir Ami Synagogue, 101 Richboro Rd, Newtown
9:00am – 2:00pm
68+ vendors will be displaying beautiful crafts, one of kind gifts, jewelry, housewares, clothing and so much more! This is a wonderful event to find that special holiday gift or to treat yourself. This is a free event to attend.
Holiday open house & vendor blender
REFRESH Organic Facials & Skincare, Langhorne:
Sunday, November 16th from 11am to 4pm
Get a head start on your holiday shopping! There will be lots of great vendors and fun for the whole family.
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys
Sellersville Theater, 24 W. Temple Ave, Sellersville
The legendary Dr. Ralph Stanley is one of the most influential artists of all time. Born in Virginia 1927 and performing continually since 1946, Dr. Stanley has became one of the most popular acts in country music history and is still considered the best bluegrass banjo picker and tenor singer. He’s played on more than 170 albums, wrote and recorded many songs that have become bluegrass standards, was featured in the movie ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ singing “O Death” which won him one of his three Grammy Awards plus he’s won several IBMA and CMA Awards. His other honors include being a member the Grand Ole Opry and named a Library of Congress Living Legend!