The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is taking the world by storm (Yes, it’s gone international!), already raising over $15 million dollars, up over 766% year over year, for the important cause. While everyone from LeBron James to Oprah Winfrey to Justin Bieber has taken on the challenge, there are many Bucks Countians stepping up to the […]
Red, White and Blue Skies over Old Glory suspended from the Raven Rock Bridge, in Lumberville, Bucks County. Captured by local attorney & photographer Michael Brooks.
The Stars and Stripes Over the Delaware River, Suspended from the Raven Rock Bridge in Lumberville, Bucks County. Captured by Michael Brooks.
It’s hard to believe that 2013 is almost over! Whether you will be remembering 2013 with fondness or waiting eagerly to start 2014, we have the ultimate guide to celebrating the ultimate New Year’s Eve in Bucks County. Lower Bucks Fisher’s 1858 Street Rd, Bensalem Traditional New Year’s Celebration 9:00pm – 1:30am Enjoy a night […]
Throwing a big party at home; treating yourself to a luxurious night out; attending a wedding or other formal function — what do all of these experiences have in common? They all involve cars; a lot of them. Parking can get complicated, especially without ample lot space. Who really has a parking lot sufficient to […]
Nearly a month ago, we launched a contest in search of the person/people with the most Bucks County pride. We had some fantastic contestants (see them here). Voting closed yesterday, and the results are in! The winner is…. The Zeamans!! Enjoy your staycation in Lumberville. Nestled in the small village of Lumberville, right on the […]
Bucks Happening is giving away an overnight stay at the charming 1740 House to one lucky reader! Want to enter? First, make sure to “Like” the 1740 House on Facebook! Here, you’ll find out about all of their great future events and specials. Then, send in a photo that displays your “Bucks County” pride to firstname.lastname@example.org or […]
Summer vacations are a lot of fun, but let’s face it, they can also be a big hassle! Packing the car, mapping out road trips, and trying to transport a family across multiple states is no easy feat! That’s why we’re giving away a luxurious getaway to one lucky Bucks Happening reader, right within beautiful […]
Newly engaged couples are falling in love with the rustic outdoor wedding charm captured by so many of today’s wedding websites; Pinterest boards full of stunning vintage chic imagery- antique furniture seating, brides wearing cowboy boots, hay-stack lounges, and so much more. Vintage chic settings and “DIY” (Do-it-yourself) projects, featuring anything from mason jar centerpieces […]
It’s back – that time of year that always sneaks up on us, resulting in major overspending on next-day flowers deliveries. Yep- you guessed it, Mother’s Day falls on May 12, 2013. Check out Bucks Happening’s comprehensive 2013 Mother’s Day Guide for help planning an extra special day for the wonderful woman in your life. (After […]
There are few things better than sitting by a toasty fire on a cold winter’s night. In and around Bucks, there are plenty of places to warm your toes. Check out some of our favorites below.
CHECK OUT THE 2012 BUCKS COUNTY NEW YEAR’S GUIDE! With all of the holiday hustle and bustle, we’re making the hunt for the perfect New Year’s Eve plans easy on you. Here’s our list of all of the fantastic Bucks County events planned for December 31! Whether you’re in the mood to keep the […]
Which local business has the best holiday display?
This beautiful photo was taken by Bonnie Ryan, a resident of Bensalem, PA. She is the mother of 5 and a grandmother of 8. “Living in Bucks County provides me with so many beautiful things to photograph. Fall in Bucks County cannot be beat! I recently started my own photography business, Bonnie Ryan Photography and […]
By now, maybe you have realized that we gave BucksHappening.com a makeover. Why the change you ask? Well, in short, because of YOU! After getting out there and really talking to our readers, in groups and 1 on 1, we decided to implement many of the changes everyone was asking for. Read on to hear […]