Friday, August 19: From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Aaron Quarterman Jr. will be playing at New Hope Winery. If you like seeing serious talent, this is probably a show you should go see. Aaron is a multi-instrumentalist, playing 14 instruments. He plays multiple instruments in each song, sometimes at the same time! While you’re there, enjoy food & wine at the winery. New Hope Winery is located at 6123 Lower York Road in New Hope.
Saturday, August 20: Warwick Farm Brewing is hosting Music Fest on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Bands will be playing from noon until 7:00 p.m. starting with Slidewinder Blues Band, and followed by Matt Freedman, Graham Alexander, and ending with Coletrain. There will be food via an abundance of food trucks: Taco Town Catering N Taquizas, Surf & Turf Truck, Mr. Big Stuff Cookie, Smokin’ Rev and Lady Q’s Gourmet BBQ, Ardana Pizza Co., and Philly Pretzel Company.
Warwick Farm Brewing will be releasing a beer collaboration with Dewey Beer and Troegs that is a hoppy pilsner that is dry-hopped with Ariana and Nelson hops. There is no cost to attend, except what you spend on food and beer. They suggest you bring chairs, as they are expecting a big crowd.
If you’re looking for something completely different, Buc-Le Aero Sportsmen is hosting a Giant Scale Fly-In on Saturday and Sunday. What is that? These are large radio-controlled airplanes that will be flying in the skies from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Donations will be accepted for Trumbauersville Fire Company and Bucks County SPCA. There will be a hot dog vendor at the event. Buc-Le Aero Sportsmen is located at the intersection of Kumry and Rosenberger Roads in Quakertown. They ask that you enter via the gravel driveway off of Kumry Road.
Sunday, August 21: Sunday morning, get your om on. Crossing Vineyards and Winery is hosting Yoga & Mimosas from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Start the morning with a 45 minute yoga session overlooking the vineyard, followed by a mimosa and continental breakfast. Tickets are $50. Crossing Vineyards and Winery is located at 1853 Wrightstown Road in Newtown.
After you’re done with your yoga brunch, head over to the Middletown Grange Fair at 576 Penns Park Road in Wrightstown. The fair is going on all weekend, but Sunday you can get an all-rides wristband for $30. So, what is in store for the day? Farm animals, tractors, rides, a band. You name it. Good wholesome family fun. Not to be missed is the Hot Dog Pig Races. It seems that first some little piggies race around a track, but then they bring out the dachshunds, dressed in hot dog costumes to race too.
There is a $20 fee for parking, but no entrance fee. As mentioned, there is an all-rides wristband you can purchase for $30, which is good from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Have a great weekend!