What: A reception to mark the opening of the “Four Friends” exhibit, which features works by local Bucks County artists Deanna Finch-Cohen, John C Deitz, Barbara Rilling and Linda Storione. The evening will feature complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres, pluse a chance to meet the artists.
When/where: The gallery inside of RIAH Hair Studio, 3488 York Rd, Furlong.
Cost: Attendance is free; all pieces will be available for purchase
What: Start 2014 off right at a women’s conference that will feature three speakers, a tea party, shopping, book signing and more. Speakers include NBC10 reporter LuAnn Cahn, award-winning author Mary Fran Bontempo and Ellen J. Faulkner, co-founder of the Bucks County Psychotherapy Group.
When/where: Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bucks Club, The Bucks Club 2600 York Rd, Jamison
Cost: $69 for two tickets, click here to purchase online
What: The County Theater will screen the children' classic “Charlotte’s Web” as part of its family events series.
When/where: Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the County Theater, 20 East State St
Cost: Free for theater members, $4 for the general public
What: Author John Dixon will sign copies of his new book, “Phoenix Island,” which is the Inspiration for the CBS TV Show “Intelligence” debuting this month.
When/where: Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Doylestown Bookshop, 16 S Main Steet, Doylestown
What: Celebrate the return of the new season of "Downton Abbey" with a musical program presented by Terri Evans, a former Miss Alabama who has performed on Broadway.
When/where: Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Pearl Buck room of Doylestown Library, 150 South Pine Street, Doylestown
What: Todd O and his five-piece band will be performing Billy Joel favorites live
When/where: Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at Puck, 1 Printers Alley, Doylestown
Cost: $10, click here for details
Blair, National Sales Manager of Rain For Rent and a member of Newtown Quaker
Meeting, will speak about natural gas and
the practice of fracking.
When/where: Sunday at 9:45 a.m. at the Newtown Friends Meetinghouse, 219 Court Street, Newtown
Cost: Free and open to the public