Why Living in Bucks County Creates Plenty of Opportunity

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Why Living in Bucks County Creates Plenty of Opportunity

Why Living in Bucks County Creates Plenty of Opportunity

When you’re looking to move into a new home, you are faced with many difficult decisions. Options to consider are school districts, space inside the home, price, features and amenities, and of course, location. You want to live in a safe neighborhood and community. Location is perhaps your biggest decision. Proximity to entertainment, community events, shopping destinations, and more weigh on your mind.

With its beauty and illustrious landscapes, Bucks County consistently produces towns that Time Magazine rank in the “Best Places to Live.” As a realty agency serving Bucks County, we know there is plenty of opportunity for all personalities. With spring arriving, and families itching to get outdoors, you’ll want to know what’s happening in the community. There’s always something happening in Bucks County, you just have to know where to look.

Japanese Cherry Blossoms at Morris Arboretum

 

Spring Events in Bucks County

GardenFest! Spring is the season of blooming. After the winter we’ve experienced, some vibrant colors and beautiful displays of flowers and plants will be a sight to behold. Travel to the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem to experience the 2nd annual GardenFest event. You can get into the spring spirit by learning from professionals and garden experts on a variety of different topics. The list of participants at the event exceeds 35 local gardening and horticulture companies. You have until April 17 to see the most beautiful gardens in Bucks County, and learn how to create your own display on your property.

Festivals! Experience fun for the whole family with the variety of festivals that are occurring this spring in Bucks County. Join in the fun at the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival. Embrace the Japanese culture at the Morris Arboretum and see the 35 cherry trees this spring. Tour the Japanese Elements, take part in a tea demonstration in a unique ceremony, experience bonsai trees, and walk the garden railway surrounded by the cherry blossoms. What we look forward to most is the Kyo Daiko drumming. Attend on either April 11 or April 18 and experience the Japanese culture with regular admission price.

For the beer lovers, kick off spring with MOM’s Hopfest at Maxwell’s on Main in Doylestown. Tickets are $35, and include a barbecue, drink tickets, a t-shirt (while supplies last), and the chance to plant your own hops.

Entertainment! Live theatre and live music are commonplace in Bucks County. From local bars to elegant theaters, sit back and relax with live entertainment occurring almost every night. Sellersville Theater features music, comedy, and drama with stunning performances from local and nationally recognized performers. You’ll see a number of tribute bands playing here.

Indulge in live music at McCoole’s in Quakertown, Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope, Round Guys Brewery in Lansdale, Puck in Doylestown, and many more. Special events this spring include a show at the Newtown Theatre, “Come Blow Your Horn” by Neil Simon. Simon’s first Broadway hit is coming to Bucks County to provide you with a lively comedy for one week in April. Check out other special events on the Visit Bucks County website.

For the kids (or adults), enroll in the School of Rock in Doylestown. Learn the instrument you love and take part in private lessons to prepare for rehearsal and the ultimate prize: taking the stage in front of a live audience to put the practice to work.

With the scenery, the location, and all the community events offered, we know you’ll enjoy living in Bucks County. Plus, as the year goes on, new opportunities will present themselves. Bucks County is home to a diverse group of people with all sorts of backgrounds. With a vast amount of housing options, including rural, urban, and suburban, we’ll help you get settled into a beautiful home in the great location of Bucks County. With all there is to see and do, what’s not to love?

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