Outdoor Fun

Coming Soon: 1 Million Blooming Daffodils

Coming Soon: 1 Million Blooming Daffodils

After a cold and snowy winter, many of us are ready for spring to bloom. And when we think of spring in Bucks County, it conjures up images of blooming golden daffodils thanks to the Bucks Beautiful “Bulbs for Bucks” program. The “Bulbs for Bucks” program was the inspiration of Bucks Beautiful board member Chuck […]

Embrace Spring with all 5 of your Senses

Embrace Spring with all 5 of your Senses

 by Lauren Rooney Streets full of snow, dry skin, stuffy heads and homes be gone! It’s time to embrace the spring season with all 5 of your senses!  SMELL the roses – Spring is a great time to remember to stop and smell the roses, or better yet plant some yourself so that you can […]

Peace Valley Park on the Bridge

Photos of the Week: Snow in Peace Valley Park

The Kuepper Family

Is Caring Enough? A Local Family’s Journey with Autism

by Lynda Dell They say that necessity is the mother of invention. Well, it was for the Keupper family, when their two-year-old, Michael, was diagnosed with autism. Linda and Frank Kuepper have literally been running after help for their son and others like him. They founded the Autism Cares Foundation to provide a fun, safe, […]

Lower Makefield Veteran’s Day Parade

Lower Makefield Veteran’s Day Parade

Beginning 1pm on Sunday, November 10th is the 7th annual Lower Makefield Township Veterans Day Parade, led by Parade Marshal Ray DiCrescenzo.  Head over to Edgewood and Long Acre Lane for the parade and stay for entertainment.  Pastor Dawn Schuler of Lower Makefield (who happens to be the uber talented Matt Schuler’s mother) will be singing the National […]

Bucks County Halloween Guide 2013

Bucks County Halloween Guide 2013

Bucks County truly shines in the Fall and there is no shortage of awesome Halloween events happening countywide. We have it all- from haunted hayrides to costume parades, from scary and spooky to kid-friendly fun for the whole family. Check out these spirited Halloween-themed events and fun, safe places to take the kids trick-or-treating! For […]

Cycling Amongst the “Falling of the Leaves”

Cycling Amongst the “Falling of the Leaves”

by David Goodyear It is hard not to feel mournful for the passing of Summer’s warmth and blue skies. The sweet smell of grass and the verdant fields full of growing plants and crops soon grow distant in the rear view mirror called time. Autumn signals the arrival of grey skies, cooler temperatures and a […]

Historic Bristol Day 2013

Historic Bristol Day 2013

by Cate Murway The 37th Annual Historic Bristol Day, sponsored by the Bristol Cultural & Historical Foundation on Saturday, October 19th, is featuring the legacy of the Delaware Canal. The canal was an integral and instrumental part of the history of the town, an important pioneering transportation method. Jeanette Ann “Jan” Ruano and Kathleen “Kathy” Barniskis […]

Raise your Paw for a Great Cause: The 4th Annual Tail Waggers Strut

Raise your Paw for a Great Cause: The 4th Annual Tail Waggers Strut

Did you know that in 2012, at least 1 community per week in the U.S. reached the goal of saving at least 90% of their homeless pets? Yes, the turn of the millennium marked a major shift in the way animals were being treated in this country…but there’s still a long way to go when […]

Photo by David Goodyear

Thompson Bucks County Classic: Through the eyes of a local cycling enthusiast

By David Goodyear The day dawns clear and promising as the sun stretches to crest the tree line overlooking the placid Delaware River in New Hope, PA. Time begins to slow as what was previously the main street of New Hope is transformed into the final stop of the prestigious UCI America Tour and the […]

Honor, Celebrate, & Educate: Labor Day Concert at Veterans Square Monument

Honor, Celebrate, & Educate: Labor Day Concert at Veterans Square Monument

The Veterans Square Monument Committee invites the public to attend its Third Annual Free Labor Day Concert, featuring the Pennsbury Community Band, on Monday, September 2nd at 3:30 pm. The concert will be held at the Masonic Lodge, corner of Edgewood and Heacock Roads, diagonally across from Veterans Square Park in Lower Makefield Township. The […]

Bucks County’s Selfie Central

Bucks County’s Selfie Central

The “selfie”- those photos you love to hate but just can’t seem to resist, offering a quick peak into the lives of friends, families, coworkers, and, oh yeah, that random girl from high school who friended you on Facebook. Are they a bit indulgent? Perhaps. Unnecessary? Certainly. But, then, why can’t we stop taking and […]

Making a Big Splash in Newtown

Making a Big Splash in Newtown

This month, BH TV takes What’s Happening Bucks County to the Newtown Athletic Club for an inside look at the new Aquatics Resort Complex. This resort-style experience comes complete with zero entry pool, lazy river, water slides and splash pool for the family, and an adult pool paired with Escape Bar & Restaurant for those age 21 and over. […]

Grange Fair 2010 by HerbG

Middletown Grange Fair 2013

It’s the traditional Bucks County end of summer event: The 65th Middletown Grange Fair! From checking out various crafts and animals to a variety of entertainment, it’s fun for everyone. This year it runs from August 14th through the 18th and will be featuring many favorite performers. The admittance fee is $10 per day per […]

Kids Rule: NAC Kid’s Triathlon

Kids Rule: NAC Kid’s Triathlon

This August, the Kid’s Tri is back by popular demand!   After a super successful debut event last summer, the Newtown Athletic Club is bring back the Kids Triathlon. When: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 6pm Where: Newtown Athletic Club, 120 Pheasant Run, Newtown, PA 18940 Why: In addition to an awesome way to spend the […]