JAZZ IT UP RIGHT
I love music and enjoy getting the word out about the talent right in our own back yard. Colin Weber and “Jazz It Upright” is a perfect example. This group of young men play some very cool Jazz. They can be found on the second Saturday of each month at Scoogis in Flourtown as well as venues in Bucks and Montgomery County. This Sunday evening, from 5 to 8, Colin (upright bass) and Alex Landis (piano) will join the very talented and experienced Wolfgang Bauscher (Trumpet) at The Hattery Stove & Still at the Doylestown Inn. Now I haven’t had a chance to check out the newest reincarnation of the Inn but I understand The Hattery is a full service restaurant. They serve a seasonally changing menu, craft-brewed beers, artisan wines and cocktails.
To learn more about Jazz It Upright, check out their web page at: http://jazzitupright.com/wp/
For information on the Hattery including Menu and reservations click on: http://www.hatterydoylestown.com/restaurant/menus/dinner.html
THE MARKET AT DELVAL
Now another cool place to check out is the Market at DelVal, 2100 Lower State Road. Friday Features the “Friday Night unWINEd” with free music from 6 to 9 pm. You can bring the whole family to hear local bands, enjoy wine tasting by Rose Bank Winery, and relax under the stars when the weather permits. Enjoy a light dinner or snacks from the full service Deli. There are inflatable attractions for the kids, and the DelVal Creamery is open for business. Wine is sold by the glass or by the bottle.
And if free entertainment on Friday isn’t enough, on Saturday from 11 to 4 take in the Butterfly Festival. For just $5/ea., take part in a LIVE butterfly release. $3 wristbands include wagon rides and inflatable attractions. Family fun for everyone!
For a complete list of events at the Market at Delval visit the web site at: http://themarketatdelval.com/
Please feel free to comment and add to this list. Share your ideas for things to do this weekend!
There is fireworks at Central Park in Doylestown township with music and festivities before hand and fire works at dark on Sunday June 29th.