On Saturday April 6th at 10:30am there will be a Special Kids Matinee Screening of the classic baseball movie "A League of Their Own" at the County Theater! Before the movie we will also host baseball trivia for cool prizes right in the theater...TICKETS ARE ONLY $4!!!
Following the movie, come across the street to Monkey's Uncle, where we will host a Meet & Greet with Former Rockford Peach catcher Salty Ferguson! She will be signing autographs and taking pictures - perfect for the family to kickoff Baseball Opening Day!
*Kids who dress like a character from the movie, or thier favorite baseball player will also receive free popcorn before the movie. AND kids from Doyle Elementary and Our Lady of Mount Carmel - the first 20 kids to show up to Monkey's Uncle befor the movie in uniform will receive a FREE ticket to the movie!!!!!!!
Dine Doylestown Presents
Doylestown Restaurant Week!
The great restaurants, pubs, and food establishments throughout Doylestown Borough have joined together to host the 1st ever “Doylestown Restaurant Week”, running April 14th – 20th! More than 25 participating restaurants will provide a special “Restaurant Week” menu, as well as some offering pre-fixe priced meals. These great selections will give diners a chance to sample the variety of Central Bucks County in the hands of its best chefs. Doylestown is home to many world-class artisanal producers, craft brewers, abundant farms, orchards, and vineyards, as well as some of the area’s most inspired chefs who are leaders in the Dine Doylestown movement. Diners can get information about reservations and specials for all participating restaurants at www.DineDoylestown.com.
MARCH 23RD & 24TH, 2013
The Merchants of Doylestown will present a special shopping event to welcome spring.
The "Eggstravaganza" progressive shopping event will take place in many of your favorite shops.
Participating shops throughout downtown Doylestown will have baskets of eggs filled with coupons and treats from other partner shops. The event will be held Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24.
DOYLESTOWN TO HOST SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERS
Doylestown will be celebrating Small Business Saturday on November 24, 2012. The Merchants of Doylestown will be encouraging people to put away the leftover turkey and come spend the day in their great little town. It’s an excellent way for people to avoid the chaos of the malls, while receiving the individualized personal service that sets small businesses apart from the “big boxes”.
Many shops will offer special events, refreshments, and family fun (including Santa), without the need to wake up ridiculously early. Downtown Doylestown has some of the best owner operated small business retail shops in the country, which has many consumers preferring to “Shop Small” this holiday season, and throughout the year. There certainly has been a bigger push this year through print, radio, TV, and social media to promote Small Business Saturday, and the Merchants of Doylestownhope you will join them to see how they've helped give Doylestown a "Small town feel, with the big city appeal."
Merchants of Doylestown hoping to "Fill the Bus" on First Friday
to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy
The Merchants of Doylestown, in partnership with the DBCA, are working with the Doylestown Food Bank and DART bus program to help families in need by hosting
an event to “Fill the Bus” on Friday November 2, 2012, from 5:30pm-9pm. A DART bus will be parked at State Street & Main Street during this time, and the general public is being encouraged to help those less fortunate in Bucks County by literally trying to “Fill the
Bus” with non-perishable food items. The main items needed by the food bank are: Soup, gravy, canned meat/fish, coffee, chili, stewed/whole tomatoes, and
ready-to-eat shelf stable meals.
The Merchants of Doylestown are promoting this to their customers, friends, and families as a way for the “Community to help the Community”, with so many people in Bucks County still suffering from the affects of Hurricane Sandy. The merchants are also encouraging any children who were unable to celebrate Halloween on October 31st to visit their shops in costume for some “Trick or Treat” fun this First Friday.