Even though you would never know it looking outside, tomorrow will mark the first official weekend of spring 2011! This weekend, think warm thoughts & celebrate, at least, the idea of longer, warmer days ahead. For more info, check out our calendar, restaurant guide, and weekly article in your Bucks Local Newspaper.
This dreary weather is perfect for feasting! Learn how to prepare a new cuisine with Middle Eastern Cooking Class at The Market at Del Val College on Thursday, March 24th from 6-9pm.
Now through April 3, the Bristol Riverside Theatre presents The Eyes of Babylon. This is your chance to see a contemporary piece of theater on its way to its Off-Broadway debut in New York City later this spring. Synopsis: While deployed to Iraq, Lance Corporal Jeff Key kept his sanity by recording his experiences in a small notebook kept in his cargo pocket. For entertainment, he read the journals to his fellow marines. In the journals there are serious moments and seriously funny moments. These are the true words of a soldier at war performed by the marine himself. Playing to full houses and rave reviews across the country, check out The Eyes of Babylon before the show opens in New York City this spring. Tickets start at $31.
On Friday, March 25th at 8pm, head to the Hippie Classics Live Bluegrass Jam at the German Hungarian Sportsmans Club on Hilltown Pike. The Doylestown Bluegrass Jam is having a special theme night of “Hippie Classics” hosted by the bluegrass band “Stay Tuned”. Donation $10.00 night of jam. additional information contact: ben at [email protected] or Fred at [email protected]
On Saturday from 1pm to 8pm, the premiere Bucks County gallery, the Ouldcott Studio, holds it’s bi-annual open house. Browse their collection for FREE! And if you can’t make that event, on Sunday you can check out more beautiful art from 4pm to 7pm at Main Street at the Market Place in Doylestown. This exhibit of work by Bucks County artists Ticket is benefitting the “The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.” Tickets are $25.