Holiday Festivities in Bucks County, PA

The holiday season is quickly approaching!

Getaway with your family and see the top winter activities and festive events located in Bucks County, PA…

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Safe Trick or Treating & Kids Events on Long Island- 2016

Looking for some safe Trick or Treating Halloween fun?

We have some great events listed below for you to take your little ones.

Halloween Weekend : October 29th- October 31st, 2016


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Irish Eyes are smiling today and even if you are not Irish I am sure you are celebrating too. Today is the day everyone is Irish for a Day! We love March 17th because it is a fun day of celebrations for everyone. In this article I have some food ideas , activities for the kids and of course crafts!

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations on Long Island- 2016

We have the luck of the Irish here on Long Island! There is so many fun things for families to do to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day across the Island. Where will you celebrate?


You do not have to be Irish to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day!

Festivals, Parades, Family Events, Craft Ideas and so much more…

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20th Anniversary Dickens Festival

What an exciting time of year it is! We love to celebrate the season with Holiday traditions, and we certainly won’t let the cold weather stop us from enjoying the outdoors. From ice skating to light shows, beautifully decorated homes dazzling with lights, there is definitely something for the whole family to enjoy!

 Enjoy the 20th Annual Charles Dickens Festival this weekend  (December 5 – 6, 2015), throughout the Village of Port Jefferson. The festivities will kick off TODAY at 11:00 AM, December 5th and will conclude on Sunday afternoon with a Parade of Puppets and ceremony.  


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Yesterday, I had the opportunity to attend the LI Gay Pride Parade and Festival, celebrating its 25th Anniversary in Huntington. In 1991, organizers were denied a parade permit by the town, because only traditional parades were allowed on the streets. The LGBT community decided to go to Court and as a result, gained the right to celebrate – fast forward 25 years and the Pride Fest is one of the largest LGBT festivals outside of NYC Gay Pride, attracting thousands of supporters and festival goers.


 (photo credit: LI PRIDE NETWORK)

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