This year The Dance Academy will begin its 34th season. Classes begin for the 2020/2021 season on Thursday, September 10th. TDA will provide both in-person and virtual classes and instruction, and they offer a variety of classes for all dancers. Their mission has always been to offer professional dance training with a personal touch. The students at The Dance Academy range from 2 ½ to 18 – from beginner to professional. They offer both a recreational and competition program for your dancers. Over the years, TDA has helped shape, mold and develop many dancers who have graduated and gone onto successful careers on and off the stage!

Registration for their fall classes can be completed on their website at If you have questions as to what classes are right for your dancer, please reach out to the studio director, Miss Donnajean Kline. Miss Donnajean will work with you to make sure your dancer is in the appropriate class for age and ability. The Dance Academy looks forward to dancing with you this year!

It's time for cozy sweaters, leaf watching and pumpkin spiced everything. Bucks County is a colorful place for fall. Despite new safety protocols in place this year due to COVID-19, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate the season with your family!

Bookmark this handy 2020 Fall Guide to Bucks County, so that you don't miss any of the fun!

Read on for:

Festivals/Special Fall Events

Halloween Fun

Food & Drink

Health & Beauty

Festivals & Events

2020 Virtual Doylestown Arts Festival

When: Saturday and Sunday, September 12 and 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Your Home

Sadly, this annual event is cancelled this year, but you can still check out local artists virtually! Follow on Facebook and Instagram where they'll be sharing spotlights and more of local artists, musicians and more. Find out more HERE.

Falls Township Car Show

When: Saturday, September 12 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: 9050 Mills Creek Road, Levittown

This year's annual Family Day event has been cancelled, but the Car Show portion is still on! Registration will be $15 on the day of the show if you'd like to participate.

Shady Brook Farm Fall Fest 2020

When: Wednesday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Rd. Yardley, PA 19067

Shady Brook Farm is always a popular destination this time of year! The 2020 version of Fall Fest looks a little different from the past, but there's still plenty of fun to be had! They're going back to basics with loads of old fashioned family fun: wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, apple picking in the apple orchard, and pick your own sunflowers + a sunflower stroll. (Be sure to bring your cameras/phones because there are new photo props this year!) The kids can cruise around their re-designed SBF 500 Tryke Track, play on the playground, Giant Jumping Pillow, Spider Web, & explore the huge Corn Maze. All included in the price of admission. They also have Gem Mining for an extra fee. Timed tickets must be purchased in advance.

Admission: Sept 11 – Oct 1: $10 weekdays, $12 weekends (weekend hours start Fri @ 5pm)
Oct 1 – Oct 31: $12 weekdays, $18 weekends (weekend hours start Fri @ 5pm)
Children under 24 months are free, all other guests need a ticket for admission.

Scarecrow Season at Peddler's Village

When: September 9 – October 31
Where: 2400 Street Road, New Hope

Peddler's Village is kicking off its 41st Annual Scarecrow Season with a property-wide display of scarecrows created by individuals and local businesses and organizations. While the traditional Festival is cancelled due to the pandemic, they will sill be hosting scarecrow-making workshops designed with safety in mind on Saturday and Sunday, September 12 and 13 as well as Saturday, September 19 and 26. Get more details (and register) for the workshops at THIS link.

“Big Laughs on Campus” Virtual Comedy Series through Bucks County Community College

When: Third Thursday of every month, September through December – starting September 17 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: Your computer!

Bucks County Community College invites you to get your “humor degree” with “Big Laughs on Campus.” Hosted by comedy veteran Marc Kaye, the series features nationally touring comedians who are now headlining directly from their couches. ickets are free, but Bucks County Community College will be providing links to various fundraising campaigns if you'd like to make a donation to help Bucks students. Find out more HERE.

Hellerick's Family Farm (Photo from Facebook)

Fall Fest at Hellerick’s Family Farm

When: Begins Friday, September 18
Where: 5500 N. Easton Road, Doylestown

Bring your family and friends to enjoy a great day of fun on the farm.  General Admission includes entry to the 18 acre Adventure Farm area which includes Hayrides, 2 Corn mazes, Farm animals, 3 slides, Tractor Tire playground and 40+ activities for children and adults of all ages. Click HERE to see the activities included in the admission. Please wear masks upon entry and while on the hayride. Tickets are $12.99 per person. Reservations are required, and admission is limited to 3 hours. Children under 2 are free.

Award-winning mentalist Vinny DePonto

Bristol Riverside Theatre Presents Mental Amusements Virtual Magic Show

When: Thursday, September 24 – Saturday, September 26
Where: Your Home!

Bristol Riverside Theatre heads into the fall with a brand new interactive magic show. The Bucks County culture staple is bringing award-winning Mentalist Vinny DePonto’s virtual show, Mental Amusements, into the audience's homes September 24-26. Two types of tickets are available for this show. There are Front Row Tickets that put audiences right into the action. Front Row Ticket holders can participate in the show and have their minds read. Front Row tickets cost $50. General Admission tickets allow audiences to watch the show and comment without being seen or heard. General Admission tickets cost $35. Tickets and more information are available online at or by calling the box office at 215-785-0100. More information about the show can also be found HERE.

Fall Festival at Quakertown Farmers Market & Flea Market

When: Saturday, September 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 201 Station Road, Quakertown

While there are a few changes this year, this annual event is still happening! There will be a DJ, Exotic Animal Display from Peaceable Kingdom Petting Zoo (no petting this year), individually packaged crafts and pumpkin decorating for kids (FREE!), a clown, and more.

Froelich's Farm Fall Festival

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. You can also visit JUST the Pumpkin Patch at no admission charge/reservation on Fridays only from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: 3143 York Road, Furlong

Fall is not complete without a festival to celebrate the changing of the leaves, the chill in the air, and, of course, Halloween! The festival at Froehlich's Farm offers fun for all ages. Thee $10 Patch Pass (available at the door only) gets you access to festival activities such as PYO pumpkin patch, live music, scarecrows, hay maze etc. An Activity Pass is $20 per person and includes all festival activities plus the hayride, corn maze, Monster Slide, Cow Train, pumpkin decorating and pumpkin shoot out. Find out more HERE. Under 24 months is free.

Masks are required for all guests over the age of 2 except while sitting to eat or drink.

Fall Sips Festival at the NAC's Escape Resort, Restaurant & Bar

When: Friday nights in October from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Where: 120 Peasant Run Road, Newtown

The NAC's Escape Resort is keeping the fun of their Friday Night events going through October! These fall events will include free adult and family fun that's open to the community. There will be local breweries and food vendors, live music, field games, fire pits and kid-friendly activities. BYOC (Chair) for the bonfire/lounge area!

Longwood Gardens (Autumn’s Colors exhibit)

When: October 1-November 14; Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri = 10am-6pm; Fri-Sat = 10am-9pm, Closed Tuesdays.
Where: Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square, PA 19348

Delight in the changing colors of the season and the great outdoors just miles outside of Montgomery County. Enjoy the gardens’ famed Main Fountain Garden performances and delight in the Garden Railway, a model train display located outdoors. Beginning on October 22take in the Chrysanthemum Festival, as an ode to the Fall’s “crown jewel” of flowers, with thousands on display.

*TIP: For the best chance at catching the season’s prime and most vibrant foliage, the website suggests visiting in October!

Reservations are required (timed tickets) with masks worn and social distancing observed. Visit their website for more information and to reserve a time.

October Weekends at Snipes Farm & Education Center

When: October 3 – October 25; Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 890 W. Bridge Street, Morrisville

Enjoy a day on the farm! The Big Barn Market will have farm fresh produce, pumpkins, fall decorations and yummy fall delicacies. Adventures abound on the farm, from the hay pyramid to the woods and trails. Explore the Land of Scarecrows. Find the perfect pumpkin in the patch. Visit the Old Time Farm Museum. Go on a scavenger hunt. Meet the animals, and more! You can even bring your own picnic lunch!.

Note that for the safety of guests and staff, you must wear masks at all times except for when eating at a designated picnic table. They will be limiting entry, which will be first come, first entry basis.

Fall Excursions on The New Hope Railroad

When: Saturdays and Sundays, October 3 through November 1
Where: 32 West Bridge Street, New Hope

All aboard for a day of history, leaf-peeping, and excitement! Take a peaceful ride on our beautifully restored railroad cars through the woods and hills of historic Bucks County. This round-trip excursion offers our guests a unique way to experience nature’s spectacular performance during this lovely season. Don’t be surprised if you spot some deer, fox, or wild turkey among the colorful autumn landscapes. Tickets must be purchased online.

After School at the Farm at Snipes Farm & Education Center

When: Mondays through Thursdays (you choose 1 day to attend each week) from October 5 through November 6 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 890 W. Bridge Street, Morrisville

Snipes Farm is offering its first ever after-school program for children in 3rd through 8th grade! The goal of the program is to safely connect children and youth to the life on the farm. There will time to visit with barn yard critters each time and a chance to explore another fun corner of the farm each week. Children and youth will be grouped by age of no more than 6 with their own instructor. There will be no more than 18 children total per day. Choose one day a week between Monday and Thursday for five weeks and enjoy a different theme each week. The program costs $140 for 1 day per week over 5 weeks. Find out more and register HERE.

Historic Fallsington Day

When: Saturday, October 10 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where: 4 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington

“A celebration of our past” … just a little different this year! This free community event will feature some favorite activities of past years including demonstrations of Colonial skills, live music, local crafters and more.

Please note that there will be changes in order to provide a safe experience for everyone. Among these precautions: There will be no hayrides this year. Masks are required at all times. Food items will be prepared for carry out only.

Perkasie Scarecrow Display Contest and Self-Guided Scarecrow Tour

When: Entries due by October 15, Scarecrow Tour from October 17 – October 31
Where: Perkasie, zip code 18944

New in 2020, Perkasie’s Scarecrow Display Contest is a fun outdoor activity for the community and an opportunity to win a $500 donation for local non-profit organizations. The resulting Scarecrow Tour is a great way to entertain walkers and drivers around town.
Groups, families, individuals and businesses within the 18944 zip code area are invited to create Scarecrow Displays in one of 4 categories: Most Traditional, Most Creative, Most Impressive and “Positively Perkasie”. Entries must be accompanied by a photograph and are due by October 15th.
A timeline, entry forms and all the rules can be found HERE.

Fall Craft Fair at Quakertown Farmers Market & Flea Market

When: Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18
Where: 201 Station Road, Quakertown

All vendors will be featuring handmade crafts, paintings, glass, jewelry, Fall & Christmas items and so much more! All vendors will be properly spaced to make sure everyone is stationed 6 feet apart to allow for safe vending and shopping.

Peddler's Village Apple Festival

When: November 7 and 8, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Peddlers Village, routes 202 and 263, Lahaska, PA 18931

Enjoy apple treats and take home a bushel fresh from the orchard! Artisans, live entertainment, food, children’s activities and more.

NOTE: According to the Peddler's Village WEBSITE, this event has not been finalized for 2020. Be sure to check if it has been confirmed.

Halloween Fun

The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular

When: September 26 through November 1
Where: Sesame Place, 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne

Come in costume and celebrate silly, not-too-spooky fun at The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place! The park will be transformed into a family-friendly Halloween haven and guests will enjoy trick-or-treating around the park, Halloween-themed shows, an interactive Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt, pumpkin decorating, swinging, flying, and cruising on Count von Count-themed mechanical rides, and unique photo opportunities with everyone’s favorite furry friends dressed up in costume on their Halloween-themed floats! Note that reservations must be made online. Masks are required.

Sleepy Hollow Hayride/House in the Hollow

When: Opens September 26 and runs throughout the Halloween Season
Where: Sleepy Hollow, 881 Highland Rd., Newtown

Venture down into THE HOLLOW through the abandoned gardens and deep into the winding crypts and catacombs deep beneath the manor. An expansive cemetery and dark woods provide bone-chilling frights at every turn.

Dare to enter the gates of THE FIELD and wander through the ruins of a bewitched village haunted by ghosts of the outlaws and outcasts that lived there in the 1800’s. Continue through the deserted section of the farm no longer in use after the tragic events of the past. Plenty of new frights for 2020.

This year, they are selling a limited number of tickets for each half hour to maintain safe capacity and eliminate long wait times.

Homicide and Hauntings – Murder Mystery Walking Tour at Peddler's Village

When: Fridays through Sundays, October 3 – November 8, select times
Where: Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska (Meet at the Cock ‘n Bull lobby)

Peddler's Village is known for their Murder Mystery Dinners, but in the times of corona, they're getting creative with these new Murder Mystery Walking Tours.

Being a ghost doesn’t mean you can’t be driven to murder.
The ghosts of Peddler’s Village are in a quandary. Some of them have been disappearing…for good…and no one wants to be next. When a specter finds itself permanently dispatched to the Great Beyond, what can it do but investigate? Hear spine-tingling ghost lore of Bucks County while you help discover which apparition is bumping off the others…with bumps in the night.
When afterlives collide, who will be left with a ghost of a chance?  Can you solve a murder at Homicide and Hauntings?

Tickets are $25 per person. Dinner is not included, but you receive a 10% discount at several Village restaurants when you show your receipt.

Halloween Themed Event (for adults) and Trick or Treat Trains (all ages) on the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad 

When: Select dates and times October 8 – October 31, see site for details
Where: New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, 32 W. Bridge St, New Hope

The New Hope Railroad is offering two Halloween-themed excursions – one for adults, and one for all ages. The adults event is meant to spook and delight passengers. The Trick or Treat event will include a live reading of Spookley the Square Pumpkin and trick or treating around the station platform. Masks are required while on the train.

Boo at Bolton: Food Truck Fest and Trick or Treating

When: Saturday, October 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: 85 Holly Drive, Levittown

Enjoy food trucks, vendors, children's activities, a DJ and trick-or-treating! Please wear a mask when not eating/drinking, practice social distancing and enter/exit from the driveway so they can monitor attendance.

Trick or Treat with the Animals

When: Saturday, October 17 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: The Shops at Valley Square, 1501 Main Street, Warrington

Check out the animals and come show off your costumes while you trick or treat for candy! Your $5/pp admission goes toward the Peaceful Kingdom Petting Zoo for animal care. There will also be a raffle for a chance to win a Percy the Camel home visit. (Percy will also be at the event.)

The Lower Bucks Drive-Thru Halloween House Tour

When: Saturday, October 17 through October 31
Where: Throughout the community – get the tour list HERE

Do you live in Lower Bucks and love to decorate for Halloween? Sign up to be part of the House Tour by October 1! THISFacebook event page will be publishing a list of houses that are decked out for the holiday. Visit the houses from your car between October 17 and 31 for a fun, socially-distanced way to get into the Halloween spirit.

Hocus Pocus Drive-In Movie Events Presented by Mid Atlantic Event Group

When & Where: Saturday, October 17 at 6 p.m. at Falls Township Park, 900 Mill Creek Road, Levittown
Saturday, October 24 at 6 p.m. at Memorial Park, 1950 Woodside Road, Yardley

Enjoy this Halloween favorite from the comfort of your vehicle. Tickets are priced at $30 per vehicle. You can also add on Best Darn Kettlecorn when you order your tickets online HERE.

Spooktacular Hot Air Balloon Glow Festival

When: Friday, October 23 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: Slatington Airport, 1000 Airport Lane, Slatington

This one might be worth the drive! Lehigh Valley Hot Air is hosting this Halloween themed event for families to have some safe fun at a distance. The Hot Air balloons will begin inflating at 6:00 PM. Tethered rides will begin at 5:00. All drive through vehicles must enter and exit from the airport main entrance. All guests with VIP lawn tickets must remain in their designated area for the duration of the event. Each child under 10 will receive a pre packaged trick or treat bag, while supplies last. There will also be a DJ playing Halloween themed music and fireworks at 10 p.m. Find out more HERE.

Trick or Treat at Quakertown Farmers Market

When: Saturday, October 24 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 201 Station Road, Quakertown

Trick or Treat thru the Market will be a go for this year. Children ages 1-12 years will be able to stroll thru the Market to collect candy. Families will be able to come and go as they please during the 2 hour period. They will NOT be lining up prior to the start of trick or treating, as they want everyone to be spaced out as much as possible. This will allow the kids to still come out and have fun, but won't have everyone gathered for the event at one time. Everyone must wear a mask. The Market will be setup in Dept. #353A with candy (& a few tricks) for the event!

Quakertown Farmers Market's Free Movie Night Night: Goosebumps 2

When: Saturday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: 201 Station Road, Quakertown

The show will take place behind the main Market between the flea market barns. Space is limited, so please come early. Everyone will need to bring their own chair for the event.

Hocus Pocus Halloween Movie Night at Tamanend Park

When: Saturday, October 24 from 6:45 p.m. to 9:45 p.m.
Where: 1255 2nd Street Pike, Southampton

Bring a blanket, chairs and the family to watch a Halloween classic under the stars! This event is free.

Food & Drink

Shop a Farmers Market

Get your favorite seasonal produce by shopping a local farmers market! HERE‘s a list of some of our favorites in the area.

Go Apple Picking! 

It’s apple season, and picking them yourself can be a fun way to spend an afternoon with your friends or family. (It's also an activity that's conducive to social distancing!) Read THIS article for some of the best places to go in Bucks County, as well as some picking and storage tips.


We all know that the big chains will soon be promoting their PSL all over the place, but the cool wind starts to blow, you'll want to warm up with a cup of coffee from one of these local spots.

SkyRoast Coffee Roasters, Main Street, New Hope
Farmgirl Coffee, Durham Road, Kintnersville
Johnson Hall Coffee House, Hulme Street, Hulmeville
Pretty Bird Coffee, Main Street, Yardley
Karlton Café, West Broad Street, Quakertown
Radcliffe Café, Radcliffe Street, Bristol

Nina's Waffles (Photo by Michelle Reese)

Fall Ice Cream

When you aren’t quite ready to give up summer, even while the leaves are starting to fall, treat yourself to fall flavors like pumpkin and apple pie ice cream at one of these locations.

Nina’s Waffles Ice Cream & Sweets in Newtown, New Hope Mechanic Street, New Hope Main Street, Peddler’s Village & Doylestown
Owowcow Creamery, Durham Road, Wrightstown and Durham Road, Ottsville
Nonno’s Italian Coffee Parlor, East State Street, Doylestown
Uncle Dave’s Ice Cream at Shady Brook Farm, Stony Hill Road, Yardley
Dairy DeLite, Woodbourne Road, Levittown
Tanner Brothers Dairy Farm, Ivyland
Richman’s Ice Cream, Bustleton Pike in Feasterville, Bristol Emilie Road in Levittown

Steam Pub

606 2nd Street Pike, Southampton

Big Bleu Burger at Steam Pub

Steam Pub is going into the new season with a new (but familiar) Executive Chef, Michael Breslin, and an exciting new menu. Look forward to some new dishes such as the “Choo Choo Burger,” Crab Ragu, Clam & Crab Vongole, Pork Shumai, Shrimp Scampi and a Big Bleu Burger. Martin told us, “I always think of mushrooms as being fall.” This is highlighted in the seasonal burger featuring 8 oz. chuck, wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, bacon jam and Swiss and bleu cheese on a brioche bun. Find out more about the fall menu and other happenings at Steam Pub HERE.

Foodzilla Fridays in Fairless Hills

When: Fridays in September and October from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: 500 Lincoln Highway, Fairless Hills

Funzilla in Fairless Hills is partnering with Mommy's Lil' Black Book to offer Foodzilla Fridays every Friday night in September and October. There will be food trucks and vendors set up in the parking lots. You'll also receive 25% off at Funzilla.

Snipes Farm's 3rd Annual Feast on the Farm (Drive-In Style!)

When: Friday, October 2 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: 890 W. Bridge Street, Morrisville

Come for an illuminating “dinner and show” under the stars! Grab your friend pod and join us for a fun-filled, physically distanced evening at Snipes Farm and Education Center! Learn how you can help sustain hunger relief efforts, enjoy the farm and a great movie. The evening includes a gourmet dinner that you can enjoy while tailgating beside your car in the pasture. Tickets are $75 per person. Find out more HERE.

Le Nouveau Celebration at Crossing Vineywards

When: Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15 from noon to 6 p.m.
Where: Crossing Vineyards & Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Rd., Washington Crossing

Enjoy live music and bar specials to celebrate the release of Crossing Vineyards' 2020 “Le Nouveau. No cover charge.

Basil Bandwagon

Clinton- 38 Old Hwy 22 | 908-735-3822
Flemington- 276 US Hwy 202/31 | 908-788-5737
Lambertville- 239 N. Union St | 609-460-4500 NEW LOCATION NOW OPEN!
Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 Days a Week

Basil Bandwagon Natural Market has everything you need for a happy and healthy start to the school year! That’s why they were voted Best Grocery Store in the 2020 Hunterdon Happening List! They’ve thought of everything you could need for your kids’ lunches, after-school snacks, and even supplements to help them all year round. Head to their website for handy back-to-school checklists. Plus, be on the lookout for seasonal favorites!

Lambertville Station Restaurant & Inn

11 Bridge Street, Lambertville
(609) 397-8300

The Lambertville Station Restaurant & Inn is a repeat Hunterdon Happening Winner and Finalist. Before the temperatures drop, enjoy lunch by the canal. And in the cooler months, experience the wine cellar with more than 50 boutique wines and fireside seating. The fall menu is sure to have plenty of mouthwatering seasonal flavors like their pumpkin pie bites!

Health & Beauty

Bike Bucks County

As the weather cools off, and fall glides into the county, people will be looking for an outdoor activity to replace going to the pool and the shore. Why not get out the bicycle and check out some of the amazing bike trails the county has to offer? There are lengths and terrains to fit everyone’s comfort level, from the most novice to those looking for a grueling adventure. Click HERE to read about some Bucks County trails to explore.

Breast Cancer Awareness Events

barre3 Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser at Rose Bank Winery

When: Sunday, October 18 at from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: 258 Durham Road, Newtown

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, participate in a fundraiser to benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer, an organization that provides the much needed support for those impacted by breast cancer. Every dollar of your $35 donation will go directly to LBBC. Your ticket includes: A barre3 outdoor class on the beautiful lawn at Rose Bank Winery, a complimentary wine tasting, and 3 ticket entries to win prizes donated by businesses in Newtown. Find out more and purchase tickets HERE.

Free Breast Screening Event at Doylestown Hospital

When: Saturday, November 7 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Doylestown Hospital, Women's Diagnostic Center, 595 W. State Street, Doylestown

Doylestown Health will be offering free breast screenings to uninsured and underinsured women in the community. The screenings are open to women over 40 with no insurance, limited or no coverage for mammograms. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 267-885-1580.

Pine2Pink Foundation

Pine2Pink is an experience-based non-profit on a mission to raise money to benefit local breast cancer patients. The Executive Director and Founder, Keith Fenimore, grew up in New Hope and currently lives in Doylestown.

Pine2Pink creates an immersive, month-long experience empowering the entire community to participate. All the lights throughout town turn pink, Pine Street is changed to Pink Street, participating businesses donate portions of their profits and promote special offers, and there are special events. This year's participating locations include Doylestown, Peddler's Village, New Hope, Carversville, Perkasie and Thompsonville (Thompson's campus of car dealerships in Doylestown.) There are over 5000 Pine Streets in cities and towns across the county, and the Pine2Pink goal is to bring the month-long program to all of them. Find out how you can get involved HERE.

Beauty Releaf 

Now more than ever it is vital to make an educated decision when choosing a face mask and skincare products. All Beauty Releaf products focus on protecting, preventing and reducing inflammation of the skin. In addition to their anti-aging benefits many of the anti-inflammatory ingredients will help reduce redness, irritation, production of oil, skin breakouts and guard against harmful bacteria because of their strong anti-bacterial properties. 

Skin will feel softer, smoother, brighter, more hydrated and overall healthier. 

La Chelé Medical Aesthetics

430 Union Square Drive, New Hope

2911 South Eagle Road, Newtown (NEW Location!)

New season, new location!

After years of expansion and 15 years leading the aesthetic industry, La Chelé Medical Aesthetics has opened its doors at its second location in Newtown, PA. As one of the largest injectable centers in the country, this new addition is sure to blow you away. The services offered in Newtown will be the same quality that customers know from New Hope. The main draw will be added convenience for clients from Philadelphia, Princeton and Lower Bucks County. Lower Bucks residents will be close enough to stop in for quick treatments on a lunch break or after-work touch-ups.

Coming into fall, there are a series of facials and treatments such as IPL Photofacial treatments to help fight summer sun damage. And with the importance of health in 2020, La Chelé also recommends immunity-boosting services such as immunity shots and IV Hydration.

Newtown Athletic Club

120 Pheasant Run, Newtown

The Newtown Athletic Club, known as The NAC, has everything you need to reach your fitness & wellness goals – for the whole family! For the parents who want a workout, they offer over 200+ studio fitness classes per week, including Zumba, pilates, Barre, yoga, cycling & more! They also offer childcare in their Kid's Club, so parents don't have to worry about the kids while they break a sweat.

While distancing may be a part of our new normal, staying active and connected remain more important than ever. The Newtown Athletic Club believes that it is vital to our health to have a safe place to boost our immune systems as well as our mental and physical health through exercise. Find out more about the ways the NAC is enhancing their spaces and services to protect their members and employees during this time HERE.

Radiance Spa

2600 York Road, Jamison
215-343-0350 Ext. 6

Escape to Radiance Spa and pamper yourself with their restorative treatments. Select from their full menu of therapeutic massages that will help you loosen tight neck and back muscles. Their Hot Lava Shell massage is so relaxing you may fall asleep. Or bring your significant other and enjoy a couples massage in their romantic suite with complimentary champagne. Radiance Spa's professional therapists will customize your massage based on your needs. Skin feeling a little dry from the summer sun? They offer amazing body treatments and wraps that include a body scrub to polish your skin followed by a relaxing massage with hydrating body mousse. Our 2020 Happening List Winner for Best Facial, they offer a full range of facials from the Radiance
Signature facial to more advanced treatments including microneedling, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Call today for a free skincare consultation.
Try one of their beauty enhancements – permanent makeup for brows, eyeliner, and lips. Give your mascara a break and try a Lash Lift. They also offer regular makeup services and hair removal. Shop the online store for skincare products for your at-home treatments.

ROG Orthodontics

900 Heritage Drive, Pottstown, PA 19464

SAY CHEESE! The holidays are right around the corner, and that means pictures! This year, you deserve to have the smile you've always wanted in your family photos. At ROG, it’s all about YOU, uncompromised care and affordable treatment options that allow patients to have a Fantastic smile without adding hassle to busy schedules.

Invisalign® is a great treatment option for parents because it’s discrete and allows for no interruption to your lifestyle aesthetically or functionally.

Life is better with a FANTASTIC smile! TEXT or call 610-374-4097 today or visit to schedule an appointment and learn more about the ROG difference.

Zanya Salon Spa

287 S Main St, Lambertville, NJ 08530

Kick off the school year by pampering yourself with a signature treatment from Zanya. Or, update your look for the new season. The Zanya Spa Salon Team is skilled in the latest techniques to give you whatever you’re craving this fall. And if the stress of back-to-school is getting to you, schedule yourself a spa treatment to relax and unwind!

If you’re interested in reading more about how Zanya (and other local businesses) has adapted to COVID-19 with new regulations and safety procedures, click HERE.

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