There's no place like home for the holidays, and if home is Bucks County, you're in luck since there's a ton of festive fun to be had.
Bucks County towns, businesses, nonprofits and groups offer a full calendar of winter and holiday celebrations this year. And as an extra Christmas bonus, we found lots of things to do in Bucks County that won't bust your holiday budget. Some are even free to attend.
More events will be added throughout the season, so save the link and check back often. Our friends at Visit Bucks County are the experts of fun and festive and are also a great source for activities to keep things merry and bright in Bucks County this year.
Here are some of our favorites:
Holly Nights, Pennsbury Manor
Join the fun and step back in time on Thursday Dec. 1 or Friday Dec. 2, from 6 - 9 p.m. for a memorable evening for all ages.
Come and experience the enchantment of Pennsbury Manor by candlelight. Enjoy crackling bonfires, the merry sound of carolers, candlelit tours of the Manor House, colonial craft demonstrations, and a visit from Father Christmas himself!
Tickets are $14/adults, $12/seniors, & $6/children age 4+ and will be available at the door for purchase, or visit this link to purchase your tickets now.
Christmas Songbook at Bristol Riverside Theatre
Thursday, Dec. 8 through Sunday, Dec. 18
Bristol Riverside Theatre at 120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol presents its seasonal spectacular: An American Christmas Songbook. The chill of winter is in the air as Keith Baker, accompanied by featured vocalists Demetria Joyce Bailey and Philip Chaffin, Maggie Griffin-Smith,
Elyse Langley, Gary Lumpkin, Dominick Sannelli, Jenny Lee Stern, and Matthew Wright-Conti take the stage to perform favorite carols and heartwarming holiday songs. An American Christmas Songbook, conceived by Keith Baker, Honorary Producer Harris Comfort, and featuring the BRT Concert Band runs 2 hours with a 15-minute intermission on the BRT Main Stage, festively decorated for the season.
For more information, showtimes, and ticket purchase, visit https://www.brtstage.org/shows/an-american-christmas-songbook-2022/.
Community Menorah lighting at Shady Brook Farm
Dec. 19, 5 p.m.
Celebrate the second night of Hanukkah at Shady Brook Farm in Lower Makefield with the Bucks County Jewish community. All are welcome to enjoy crafts, candle lighting, music and donuts.
Co-sponsors: the Jewish Federation’s Bucks County Kehillah and Shady Brook Farm, and with special thanks to the Bucks County Clergy Council and Camp Galil.
Holiday Light Show, Shady Brook Farm
The Holiday Light Show at Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road in Lower Makefield, will shine with more than 3 million lights. Guests can ride through in their own car, starting at $40 per vehicle, or ride through in an open-air wagon ride starting at $15 per person, weather permitting.
The attraction runs now to Jan. 28, 2023. For tickets and more information, visit shadybrookfarm.com/holiday-light-show.
Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas at Shady Brook Farm
Nov. 25-27 and Dec. 3 -4
It’s time for Countdown to Christmas on the Hallmark Channel with all new original holiday movie premieres every Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout the holiday season. For the second year in a row, the Hallmark Channel is extending the celebration beyond the screen by bringing joy and delight to eight towns across the country. The network is partnering with Shady Brook Farm to celebrate the start of the season with one-of-a-kind Hallmark Channel-branded festivities and fun. While on the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree, guests can also grab some holiday goodies and strike a pose for a festive photo op to commemorate Countdown to Christmas. In addition, randomly selected visitors will be gifted a free Christmas tree, courtesy of Hallmark Channel.
Winterfest in Morrisville
Dec. 3 and 4'
Winterfest runs over two days and includes a parade that starts at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ohio Avenue and ends at the high school. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, there will be holiday shopping anc activities at the senior center on Cleveland Avenue. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., historic Summerseat on Legion Street will be open for holiday merriment. Take a tour, meet Santa, have refreshments and make a craft. From 6 to 8 p.m., come out to 50 Pennsylvania St. for a showing of "Charlie Brown Christmas," caroling and more, including a live Nativity with petting zoo. Winterfest wraps up Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Morrisville Shopping Center with pictures with Santa, free hot chocolate and fun seasonal activities.
Lower Bucks Drive-Thru House Tours
Dec. 4 to 25, countywide
This community effort is back for a second year. It was born out of a desire to keep safe and have some holiday fun last year in the pandemic. A Bucks resident coordinated lists of festively decorated homes and shared the routes on Facebook. There were several routes depending on the part of the county you want to visit. The lists are provided free of charge. Lists are still being coordinated this year and suggestions are still being taken. Follow Lower Bucks Drive-Thru House Tours on Facebook for updates and to register your home.
Hanukkah celebration in Warminster
Hanukkah celebration will be special and historic this year for the vibrant Jewish community at Ann’s Choice, the Erickson Senior Living community at 30000 Ann’s Choice Way in Warminster. There will be an outdoor dedication and lighting of the menorah every night of Hanukkah. All are welcome.
43nd annual Holiday Festival of the Trees at Pearl S. Buck House
Now through Jan. 8 at 520 Dublin Road, Hilltown.
Each year, the rooms of the Pearl S. Buck House in Perkasie come to life with the incredible glow of holiday decor. Tickets are required for the tours, which showcase trees and vignettes designed by local artists, decorators and community groups. This National Historic Landmark is the perfect setting to ring in the holiday season. The Festival of Trees remains one of the most unique and historic holiday traditions in the region. Tickets are $16; Seniors: $13; Students: $8; Decor Tours: $8
The community holiday open house is set for Dec. 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. It features entertainment, complimentary tours of the Festival of Trees, and the announcement of the Festival of Trees contest winners.
The Holiday Craft Show from Nov. 25 to Dec. 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., has been a Bucks County tradition for almost three decades. Enjoy a unique shopping experience at this hig-end craft show which offers jury-selected gifts, decorations, food, jewelry, apparel, and more from professional crafters, artists, and chefs. The Holiday Craft Show is the perfect place to find an array of amazing holiday gifts for your family and friends. Tickets $5.
For information, visit pearlsbuck.org/pearlsbuckhouse/.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Presents Classic Christmas Play
Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Yardley will present Thornton Wilder’s one act play "The Long Christmas Dinner" on Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the church at 54 W. Afton Ave,
Wilder breaks the boundaries of time and invites us to join the Bayard family during one long Christmas dinner as generations of their family appear and depart. In just 35 minutes, The Long Christmas Dinner represents the lived experiences of nine decades. The show includes a cast of professional actors of stage and screen alongside talented parishioners, under the direction of Gary Sloan.
Admission to "The Long Christmas Dinner" is free but reservations are requested at yardleychristmasdinner.eventbrite.com. Masks are required for the actors’ safety.
A Very Furry Christmas,' Hanukkah and Kwanza at Sesame Place
Now to Jan. 1 at 100 Sesame Road, Middletown.
A Very Furry Christmas Celebration at Sesame Place is a festive, family-friendly celebration. The park is transformed into a one-of-a-kind Christmas wonderland with millions of twinkling lights and festive decorations all around.
At the center of the 1-2-3 Christmas Tree show is a 30-foot, fully illuminated pixel-based tree, which will project festive animated images while guests can dance along to a festive holiday soundtrack — all making for the ultimate light show experience. Take a photo with Santa, visit the new Christmas Family Fun Zone.
Guests visiting the park from Dec. 18-25 can celebrate the Festival of Lights with Sesame Place’s Hanukkah Celebration. Join a local cantor, Baby Bear, Grover, and more Sesame Street friends for games of dreidel and a Menorah Lighting Ceremony.
Only on Dec. 24, guests can gather on Sesame Neighborhood for the ‘Twas the Night Celebration, a spirited Christmas Eve send-off for Santa Claus on the night of his Big Ride.
Each night of Kwanzaa, Dec. 26 through Jan. 1, guests are invited to join their favorite furry friends for a Kwanzaa Celebration, including a special story time and Kinara Lighting Ceremony in the Sesame Street Neighborhood.
Sesame Place will ring in 2023 with its dazzling “C…is for Celebrate!” New Year’s Eve Fireworks on Saturday, Dec. 31 at 7 p.m.
For information and the schedule of park times, visit sesameplace.com/philadelphia/.
Christmas in Doylestown
This year’s tour takes place 5 to 9 p.m. Dec. 2 and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 3. Snow date is Dec. 4, 1 to 5 p.m. The tour is best done as a driving tour as a complete circuit is roughly 2.5 miles.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID concerns, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Doylestown invites the community to enjoy a rare look into some of Doylestown Borough’s historic homes, decorated for the holidays.
Advance tickets are on sale through Nov. 30 for $40 and may be purchased at the parish office, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Doylestown Bookshop or online at https://www.stpaulsdoylestown.org/cid-2022.
Tickets on tour days are $45 at the church. Tickets are limited and non-refundable. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is located at 84 E. Oakland Ave., Doylestown. Call 215-348-5511 x 10 for more information.
Temple Judea in Doylestown celebrates Hanukkah
Sunday Dec. 18
Temple Judea Reform Synagogue of Doylestown and jkidphilly will host a Hanukkah event and ceremonial menorah lighting for the Jewish community of Bucks County on Sunday, Dec. 18, the first night of Hanukkah, from 1-3 p.m. at the corner of State and Hamilton Streets in Doylestown. The event is for all ages and will feature singing and dancing with Rabbi Sigal Brier and Dan Khan, cookie decorating, goodie bags, a raffle basket and refreshments.
In lieu of a traditional menorah lighting with candles or lights, children will be decorating flame hats and will line up to form a menorah for the celebration. There will also be a large dreidel placed at the corner of State and Hamilton streets to commemorate Hanukkah. “We love gathering around the giant sevivon (dreidel) to sing, dance and have doughnuts, said Rabbi Sigal Brier. "It is always great fun for people of all ages."
The North Pole Express & Santa’s Steam Train Ride
Now through Dec. 24 at the New Hope Railroad, 32 W. Bridge St., New Hope.
Sip hot chocolate and enjoy a freshly baked cookie while singing along with the railroad’s roaming musicians as they play Christmas carols on these two rides. Meet with Santa on the steam locomotive pulling Santa’s Steam Train Ride and share your Christmas wishes with him. The North Pole Express offers similar amenities, but is pulled by a vintage diesel locomotive instead. Gear up in pajamas and enjoy the relaxing holiday ride through historic Bucks County. Tickets online. For information, visit www.newhoperailroad.com/.
Grinchmas Food Truck Fest & Holiday House at Bolton Mansion
Dec. 3 and 4 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 85 Holly Drive, Bristol Township
View a decorated first floor of the mansion and open hearth cooking. Enjoy photos with Santa and The Grinch, food trucks and children's activities outside. This year features a DJ, beer/cocktail garden and vendors.
For information, visit boltonmansion.org/.
Victorian Holiday House Tour at Grundy Museum
Dec. 3 to Dec. 22 at 610 Radcliffe St., Bristol.
The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum presents its third annual Victorian Holiday House Tour. For the first time, the entire museum will be decorated with exquisite Victorian displays. The museum is thrilled to once again partner with designer Jimmy Bason Gilpatrick, proprietor of Bristol’s Bird of Paradise Flowers. Featured are a magnificent collection of nutcrackers owned by Bristol Riverside Theater's Senior Director of Relationships, David Abers; a Byers' Choice Collection; vintage toys from Canal's End Antiques; Lenox China owned by the Quattrocchi family of Bristol Borough; and so much more! Victorian Holiday House is a great way to celebrate the spirit of an authentic, late 19th century Christmas in the beautifully restored home of the Grundy family.
Opening Night Special Event on Friday, Dec. 2, from 6–8:30 p.m. Light refreshments on the newly constructed South Lawn and a special take home gift. Tickets $50.
From Dec. 3 to December 22, Victorian Holiday House Tour tickets will be available. These tickets are timed, and space is limited. Tickets are $30 per adult (18 and up), and children 17 and under are free. Use code GRUNDY5 at checkout for a discount on your admission price. Each guest will receive a takeaway gift to celebrate the season. Masks are optional. Because this is a timed-entry event, late arrivals may not be accommodated. All proceeds benefit the Grundy Foundation’s CanDoMore Campaign, which helps to conserve fine Grundy Family textiles. For information, visit grundymuseum.org/. Tickets: grundymuseum.ticketleap.com
Holiday Concerts at Sellersville Theater
Through November and December
Sing and dance your way into the holiday spirit at the Sellersville Theater with a variety of holiday concerts and other shows throughout the season, including A Rat Pack Christmas, Winterfest, Ted Vigil's A John Denver Christmas, Irish Christmas In America, Annie Haslam & Friends... In The Spirit Of The Holidays, Anthony Nunziata - The Italian Broadway Christmas Show! and An Olde English Christmas with Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone. The theater does have a limited capacity so make sure to get tickets in advance. For information, visit www.st94.com/.
Holidays at Fonthill Castle
From now to end of year at 525 E. Court St., Doylestown Township
This historic Doylestown location is offering a three different holiday experiences. This includes daily tours of the holiday decorated Fonthill Castle, a Holiday Lights Meander featuring your own 30-minute exploration of the castle’s beautiful Christmas decorations on Saturdays and Sundays from Dec. 4 to 19 and special tours on Christmas and New Year's Eve, and, if you would like a more structured option, they are offering guided evening tours Dec. 8, 15, 22, 28 and 29. Advanced tickets are highly encouraged as times sellout throughout the season. For information, visit mercermuseum.org/about/fonthill-castle/. Fonthill Castle is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, Monday, Dec. 26 and Jan. 1 and 2.
Vineyard Illumination and Holiday Celebration on Bucks County Wine Trail
The holiday season is the perfect time for mulled wines and festive cookies. The seven wineries of the Bucks County Wine Trail have plenty of each to help ring in the holidays. Come and celebrate during the annual Holiday Celebration on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10 and 11.
Visitors can experience the beauty of the wineries decorated for the holidays while enjoying delicious spiced wines, sampling Christmas cookies and artisanal cheeses, and relaxing with the sounds of holiday music. Added bonus: guests can get a jump start on holiday shopping with special discount pricing, wine gift packs, gift baskets and unique wine accessories.
The Holiday Celebration is also the kickoff for Light Up the Vines, the third annual vineyard illumination. Light Up the Vines continues through Jan. 1.
Crossing Vineyards and Winery will host Santa and Mrs. Claus on both days of the Holiday Celebration. Customers can share their holiday gift list and grab the perfect photo opp.
The winery will offer hot mulled wine, seasonal cocktails (including a “Tipsy Rudolph”). Crossing Vineyards will also have specialty food and wine pairings, holiday merchandise discounts and live music from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Meg Russell will perform on Dec. 10; Skip and Chickie will entertain on Dec. 11.
The winery will stay open late on Saturday from noon to 9 p.m. so customers can enjoy the twinkling vineyard lights and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Wine Trail:
Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery , 2730 Hilltown Pike, Perkasie 215-249-3559;
Buckingham Valley Vineyards, 1521 Durham Road (Route 413), Buckingham 215-794-7188;
Crossing Vineyards and Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Road, Newtown 215-493-6500;
Rose Bank Winery 258 Durham Road (Route 413), Newtown 215-860-5899;
Rushland Ridge Vineyards, 2665 Rushland Road, Jamison 215-598-0251;
Sand Castle Winery, 755 River Road, Erwinna 800-722-9463;
Vino By Zzino, 1410 Fels Road, Quakertown; 610-349-6311
For information, visit buckscountywinetrail.com/
Holidays at Peddler's Village
Nov. 19 to Jan. 9 at Peddler's Village, 100 Peddlers Village, Lahaska.
Peddler’s Village is full of holiday spirit during the wintertime, offering many different experiences throughout this festive season. Visitors can still stroll through the enchanted lit up Village, sip tasty beverages, enjoy fine dining and casual fare, see over 100 handmade gingerbread houses, ride a 1920s carousel and play in the arcade.
Now until Dec. 30, shopping hours for the village will be extended to 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. For information, visit peddlersvillage.com/.
Dec. 1 Holiday Hustle with Scoogie Events: Run, jog, or walk through Peddler’s Village and its spectacular light display as you enjoy a night of camaraderie and celebration. Ticketed event.
Dec. 3 and 4 Holly Jolly Weekend :Celebrate the season with a Santa parade, live entertainment, family activities, and plenty of holiday shopping opportunities. Free general admission with pay-and-you-go food, drinks, and activities.
December 4, 11, and 18 at Giggleberry Fair from 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Breakfast with Santa: Enjoy a buffet-style breakfast, story time with Mrs. Claus, special treats, a $5 game card, and time to play at Giggleberry Mountain, the Grand Carousel and Giggles Discovers. $33+ per child, $21+ per adult. For reservations, call 215-794-4047.
December 17 at the Cock 'n Bull Restaurant at 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Brunch with Santa: Jingles the Elf will welcome guests, including Santa and Mrs. Claus, for a delicious brunch and fun-filled event featuring story time, Christmas magic, a sing-along with Santa, and craft-making. $34.95 for adults; $23.95 for children (ages 2-10; under 2 are free). For reservations, visit PeddlersVillage.com or OpenTable.com.
Performance of Gerald Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
Dec. 10, 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., Byers' Choice Ltd., 4355 County Line Road
Byers’ Choice in New Britain Township has been handcrafting Caroler figurines for more than 40 years. Stop in the factory to see how they are made and tour their Christmas Museum. Open every day.
“A Christmas Carol,” performed by Gerald Dickens, Charles Dickens' great-great-grandson, will return after last year's virtual performance. It is his 18th year delighting audiences in Bucks. Tickets are $28.
"During his energetic one-man show, Dickens brings "A Christmas Carol" to life. He leaps, he sobs, he laughs . . . as he entertains . . . depicting 26 characters of the classic tale, with just a table, wing chair, and hat rack accompanying him on stage."
For information, visit byerschoice.com/dickens.
Christmas Day Reenactment at Washington Crossing Historic Park
Dec. 25, noon to 3 p.m., routes 532 and 32 (River Road)
Held every year on Christmas Day at the location of Washington’s Delaware River crossing is a reenactment of the treacherous crossing itself. During the event, several hundred reenactors in Continental military dress listen to an inspiring speech by Gen. Washington and then row across the river in replica Durham boats. It is free to attend.
River crossings are contingent upon safe conditions for participants. However, even if conditions do not allow for crossing, ceremonies, speeches and commemorative activities still occur.
The 70th annual Christmas Day crossing at approximately 1 p.m., and it is recommended that visitors arrive well before 1 p.m. to ensure a good place along the viewing line. Can't make the Christmas Day event? Another crossing will be held Sunday, Dec. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (crossing at 1 p.m.) with special activities. On this day, in addition to the crossing, special colonial-era activities and demonstrations throughout the historic village will provide families with a full day of fun and learning.
Tickets are available at WashingtonCrossingPark.org/cross-with-us. Proceeds from this reenactment support future programs in the park.
Bucks County Choral Society Christmas concert
Dec. 10 and 11
The Bucks County Choral Society will present its revival of the 1988 Christmas cantata by acclaimedopera composer Richard Wargo at its popular Christmas concerts Dec. 10 and 11 at OurLady of Mount Carmel Church, 235 E. State St., Doylestown.
Celebrating the choir’s 50th anniversary season, the program will feature the revival of an early work by Wargo, a Christmas cantata, "Voices in the Mist." There will be two performances: 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. Dec. 10, with a handbell prelude at 7 p.m. and 4 to 5:45 p.m. Dec. 11 with the prelude at 3:30 p.m.
The choral society’s annual Christmas concerts have been a beloved Bucks County institution ever since the late Elma Heckler established the tradition soon after she was appointed artistic director in 1977. The Wargo work will be accompanied by an ensemble of 10 winds and brass from the professional training orchestra Symphony in C. The bright holiday sounds of the Quadrants Handbell Quartet will ring in the concert with a prelude of carol arrangements. This concert is sponsored by Malmark Bellcraftsmen with support from the Pine Run RetirementCommunity. For discounted advance sale tickets and further information, go to www.buckschoral.org
Quartet Iris in Solebury
Back by popular demand, the illustrious Quartet Iris will serenade members of the Delaware Valley Music Club, their guests, and the general public at its holiday concert and tea 2 p.m. Dec. 1 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Solebury.
Quartet Iris consists of four outstanding musicians from the Philadelphia Orchestra’s string section, who got together in 2019 and formed their separate “Iris” group to delight concertgoers throughout the Philadelphia area, in addition to their regular performances with the orchestra.
Violist Che-Hung Chen of Taiwan was a founding member of the Daedalus Quartet and also regularly participates in the Marlboro and Kingston Chamber Music Festivals. Christine Lin, born in Seoul, South Korea, studied at the Curtis Institute and New England Conservatory and is the winner of several international violin competitions. Julia Li, who began her violin studies in China at the age of seven, moved to the United States and later received degrees from the Curtis Institute and Juilliard. In addition to solo recitals, she has performed with the Dolce Suono Ensemble, as well as the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Umi Kendall made her solo debut at the Kennedy Center at age 16 with the National Symphony Orchestra, and has been the Philadelphia Orchestra’s assistant principal cellist since 2004
There’s no charge for members; guests and the public may attend for a $15 fee.
The Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 6587 Upper York Road (Rte 263) in Solebury.
Tile Works holds classes, sells toy bricks
The Tile Works of Bucks County's hands-on brick building kit is now available for purchase, with a limited number available just in time for the holidays. Clay blocks are ideal for improving science, engineering, and spatial recognition skills. Reserve your kit today. Kits will be ready for pick up starting Back Friday.
The Tile Works in Doylestown has added one more session of its sold out annual ornament making class. Reserve your spot on Nov. 29. Using the traditional sgraffito techniques, you will scratch away a top layer of slip revealing your design in the red earthenware clay below. Staff will provide pre-cut ornaments coated with slip and fire your work for you. Participants will make 5 redware ornaments to decorate the tree! Ages 17 and up are welcome. For more information, call 215-239-9797.
Pet picture with Santa
Dec. 3, 5 p.m.
Has your pet been naughty or nice? The Family Service Association of Bucks County Pet Pantry invites you to find out, by stopping by our ‘Santa Paws’ event, which will take place noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 3 at Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, located at 909 Ray Avenue, Croydon, Pa. 19021.
Admission is free, but attendees are asked to bring unopened dog or cat food, in exchange for a picture of their pet with Santa and a discounted drink ticket. Festivities begin at noon, and Santa arrives at 1 p.m. Please email Maura McCormick at email@example.com to learn more.
Family Service Association of Bucks County is a non-profit human and social service organization with locations throughout Bucks County. Visit www.fsabc.org to donate, volunteer or learn more about how Family Service helped nearly 50,000 children, teens and adults in need last year.
"Piano Works' at Sellersville Theater
“Piano Works: Solo Piano Interpretations of The Great American Songbook and Beyond,” a program of original piano arrangements created and performed by pianist/arranger/improviser Lou Walinsky will take place 2 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Sellersville Theater 24 W. Temple Avenue Sellersville, PA 18960
Piano Works is a genre busting program that draws from diverse sources, starting with Great American Songbook standards, and including interpretations of jazz, pop, country, Hispanic, reggae, Broadway, Jewish, and traditional American folk music. The music is authentic and organic, stemming from Lou’s goal to create arrangements that reflect the soulful essence of each song. For info about Lou Walinsky & Piano Works: www.louwalinsky.com
Tickets are available at the box office, 215-257-5808, or at www.st94.com.
Santa to comes to Fred Beans dealerships
The Fred Beans Automotive Group invites customers to enjoy free photos and fun with Santa Claus at select Pennsylvania and New Jersey locations. When you stop by, bring a non-perishable food item to spread some goodwill as we continue to work together to fight hunger in our communities.
Throughout December, all Fred Beans locations will once again donate a portion of each sale and service bill to one of five food pantries serving areas where the automotive group operates. Dealerships will also collect canned goods and other nonperishable food items to add to the total number of meals provided through this donation drive. The goal is to sponsor 50,000 meals or more.
Santa will appear at the following Fred Beans locations:
Saturday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Fred Beans Subaru of Doylestown, 854 N. Easton Road
Saturday, Dec. 10, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Fred Beans Kia of Langhorne, 1801 Lincoln Hwy.
Thursday, Dec. 15, 5 – 8 p.m., Fred Beans Ford of West Chester, 1155 West Chester Pike
Friday, Dec. 16, 3-6 p.m., Fred Beans Ford of Washington (NJ), 359 NJ-31
Saturday, Dec. 17, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Fred Beans Ford of Doylestown, 876 N. Easton Rd.
This article originally appeared on Bucks County Courier Times: Bucks County holiday events and Christmas happenings for 2022