Alchemy Open Studio 260 Wells Rd, Doylestown, PA18901 Alchemy Open Studio is a nonprofit therapeutic arts center. It provides a variety of services to the community,…More including art therapies, professional development, and gallery promotion for people with developmental, psychological and physical disabilities. It opens its studio for public use every Sunday.
Located on Old Dublin Pike outside of the center of town, Aldie Mansion sits on 10 acres of landscaped property and…More offers a unique venue for weddings and other social events.
The 2,400 square foot atrium inside the mansion can accommodate up to 200 guests and offers an outdoor patio and garden for spring or summer weddings and events. The cost of renting this historic facility varies for the time and duration of the event; interested customers should visit the Web site to check for the most recent rental fees and rules. A floor plan is available online for event coordinating, http://www.aldiemansion.com/floor_plan.htm
Built in 1927 by leading Doylestown citizens William Jr. and Martha Mercer, the property changed hands several times after Martha's death in 1960. The nonprofit Heritage Conservancy bought the property for $1 and, after a three-year restoration project, reopened it in 1991. Today, the fees from renting the property support the Conservancy's mission of preserving land and historic buildings in Bucks County and beyond.
American Legion Albert R. Atkinson, Jr. Post 210 315 North St, Doylestown, PA18901 Albert R. Atkinson, Jr. Post 210 is a post of the American Legion, a worldwide association of veterans. It provides a…More number of veterans’ services, runs youth and amateur sports programs and hosts community events throughout the year. The organization promotes civic duty, patriotism and citizenship.
A Woman's Place PO Box 299, Doylestown, PA18901 Dedicated to educating about and preventing domestic violence, A Woman's Place began in 1976. It is the only county-wide…More advocacy group focused on domestic violence. Today, the group maintains both an administrative office and a legal advisers' office in Doylestown, as well as a shelter for battered women at an undisclosed location.
Beulah Cemetery 238 Almshouse Rd, Doylestown, PA18901 Marking its 125th year, Beaulah Cemetery is located in historical Doylestown. It offers a large selection of stones with…More custom engraving, reasonable rates for plot purchase and burial.
Boy Scouts of America 1 Scout Way, Doylestown, PA18901 The headquarters for the Bucks County Council of the Boy Scouts of America is located in Doylestown near the Library and…More the Mercer Museum. The building contains offices for the Council and District executives. It also houses a store offering official Boy Scout merchandise, as well as items specific to the Bucks County Boy Scout districts and campsites.
Bucks County Bar Association 135 E State St, Doylestown, PA18901 The Bucks County Bar Association strives to promote the legal profession. Lawyers can join the association and people…More who are seeking a lawyer can find one through the Bucks County Bar Association. Visit the website for more information.
Bucks County Court Reporters 99 Lantern Dr, Doylestown, PA18901 Bucks County Court Reporters offers a variety of services, including phone conference depositions, videotaped…More depositions, PDF transcripts and other reporting services.
Bucks County Economic Development Corporation 2 E Court St, Doylestown, PA18901 Bucks County Economic Development Corporation is a private, non-profit organization serving businesses and companies…More that are in Bucks County. The organization has been serving the community since 1958 and continues to offer a variety of services that includes financing, site selection, research information, education and networking. For more details on their services, please call the number provided or visit the Web site.