If you’re looking into homes for sale in Bucks County, PA, you’re likely aware of the quiet and friendly neighborhoods, just minutes away from the bustling cityscape of Philadelphia. Bucks has it all, this summer there are a number of exciting events taking place around the county for residents and visitors to enjoy.


The 7th Annual New Hope Film Festival– Filmmakers, critics and fans will be coming from across the area to spend the afternoon or evening viewing movies created locally. Now in its seventh year, the festival has begun picking up steam and promises a bigger experience this year. Films will be shown at the New Hope Arts Center between July 22nd and July 31st.


Beer Brewing Demonstration & Garden Program– On July 24th, some of Bucks’ best brewers will be demonstrating the traditional process of creating beer. Visitors learn about the ingredients, the process and sample the finished product, Hot Pepper Beer. The demonstration will be taking place at Pennsbury Manor in Morrisville.


Birding Field Trip– On July 23rd, Rick Van Kirk is going to be taking a field trip. The Birding Bombay Hook-Leader will be showing off the various avian species local to the area. The event kicks off at 7 AM at Silver Lake Nature Center in Bristol.


Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival– Get a taste of local berries and local music at Peddler’s Village. The Festival will feature live music, plenty of blueberry treats and children’s activities for the whole family to enjoy. The festival will be taking place July 16th and 17th in Lahaska.


Beer For A Cure 2016– MOM’s 6th Annual Beer Fest promises to be an afternoon for the ages. Visitors will be able to enjoy meet and greets with world-class craft breweries and sample their wares. The event will feature beer flavored ice cream, a food buffet and promotional giveaways. Proceeds will go to the Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation. The festival will take place on July 30th at MOM’s in Doylestown.


There’s plenty to do this summer in the area. Whether you’re looking into homes for sale in Montgomery County, PA, Bucks County or Philadelphia, there’s always something exciting nearby.