Ponies and Chickens and Sheep – Oh, My!

Ponies and Chickens and Sheep – Oh, My!

Looking for some family fun this weekend? Look no further than Delaware Valley College just outside of town as they head into their 65th annual A-Day. What started in 1949 as a one-day Activities Day has expanded into a three-day agricultural event that draws thousands of visitors throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The kids will get […]

Burgers to Filet – Discover Doylestown Restaurants

Burgers to Filet – Discover Doylestown Restaurants

Been dying to try some of Domani Star’s famed meatballs? What about that luscious creamy crab soup served piping hot by Pennsylvania Soup & Seafood House? Here’s your chance. Both are among the more than 20 restaurants participating in the second annual Doylestown Restaurant Week April 21-27. Special menu options will be showcased, along with […]

William Penn and His Land

William Penn and His Land

There is plenty of history behind what is now Hargrave House. And it began with William Penn, who asked England’s King Charles II for land in America as payment for a debt owed to his deceased father. The king granted him 40,000 acres in 1681, which eventually became known as Pennsylvania. Eleven years later, Penn […]