This Weekend: JAZZ, IMPROV, POT (ER, ‘HEMP’), LIGHTS, FAKE LINDA RONSTADT

Share on facebook
Share on twitter

Friday, November 19 6:30 to 8 pm the holiday lights will go on and on at Peddler’s Village, which Trip Advisor rates No. 1 out of 4 things to do in Lahaska, PA. (You don’t want to hear about No. 4, whose selling point is that it is across the street from Peddler’s Village.) Free parking, not-so-free shopping, elves on stilts, carolers, a brass band, a gingerbread house competition, Santa selfies. Parents, dining establishments sell alcohol. Breakfasts with Santa at the Cock ‘n’ Bull are sold out; the Village is closed on Thanksgiving.

Friday, November 19, 8 pm SWIG dance club in Warrington, PA, GruvTyme, “Pennsylvania’s Party Band,” (actually, until Steve Bannon surrendered, we thought possibly his secret hiding place). Cover charge $10. Closing time 2 am. 1111 Easton Road.

Friday, November 19 6 – 9 pm The Glenn Hoffman Trio plays jazz standards at McCoole’s at the Historic Red Lion Inn, Quakertown, PA. Reservation suggested. 215 538 1779

Saturday, November 20 9 am to 4 pm 1st Annual Hemp Hemp Hoorah Day: hemp crafts for the kiddies; silent auction; “music, raffles, live demonstrations (!?)”. At the Quakertown Farmers Market, 201 Station Road, Quakertown.

Saturday, November 20 8 pm The N-Crowd. Game-based Comedy with Audience Participation. aka Improv. See up top. After the New York Times did two hours of audio on the shameful behavior of people in Central Bucks, isn’t it time to laugh? If you go to Ambler, PA., no one there will know you’re from Bucks. At the Lab Theater. $15 admission plus $2.50 fee.

Sunday, November 21 3 pm The Linda Ronstadt Experience. West Chester, PA., is an hour from Doylestown. Tristan McIntosh was on American Idol when she was 15. She lost, but she had a voice just like Linda Ronstadt. Now she’s 21, on stage with an excellent backup band. You get the idea. Tickets are $37 + $3 handling fee. Worth it. Knauer Performing Arts Center.

Linda Lee

Linda Lee

A former editor and reporter at The New York Times, Linda Lee has written seven books, and started a magazine about real estate and design in Miami. While her interest lies in Bucks County, her family lives near Harrisburg. She has a Shih Tzu named Yolo.
X