The Quakertown Antique Mall in historic Bucks County, PA has always provided visitors with the opportunity to walk down memory lane and discover hard to find treasures. Listed as one of the top spots for antique shopping in PA, the Quaker Antique Mall is a great out-of-the-way destination for endless browsing of vintage items at reasonable prices.
Located at 70 Tollgate Road, Quakertown, PA, the mall is open on Sunday, Monday and Thursday from 10 am to 5 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Quaker Antique Mall features over 100 dealers of collectibles, furniture, jewelry, crafts, toys, books and more. The mall celebrated its 20th anniversary this past November.
Food trucks whip up some of the tastiest, gourmet dishes daily to hungry customers all around Philadelphia. EATS Philly is a celebration of the great street food tradition, local wine and beer, and inventive chefs. Discover great food, fun and festivities on Cinco de Mayo – Tuesday, May 5th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Founded in 1854, the Philadelphia Cricket Club, just 20 minutes northwest of downtown Philadelphia, is one of the oldest clubs in the country devoted to the playing of golf, tennis, squash and other games. The excellent facilities and club amenities are well suited to handle every special event and social occasion. Spring marks the beginning of the busy season for the club.
When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie, that’s AMORE!
Whether you like it thin crust or thick, chunky or smooth sauce, loaded with cheese or just a sprinkle, you’re bound to find a pizza to suit your tastebuds. Chestnut Hill has some wonderful pizzerias to try.
Residents and visitors to Meadow View Farms can experience the grandeur of the biggest tree in Berks County, the Sacred Oak, just off of Friedensburg Road in Oley, PA. The 500 year old Chinkapin Oak is 73 feet tall, 21 feet wide and covers over 118 feet with its canopy. The Delaware Indians regarded the sacred oak as a shrine tree; legend has it that a powerful chief visited the tree when his wife was gravely ill and upon his return, she miraculously healed. The Sacred Oak is on the Pennsylvania Forestry Association’s Champion Trees of Pennsylvania website and has it’s own Facebook Page.
Due to a change in property ownership, if you visit the Sacred Oak, please stop at the house nearby and ask permission. Photo courtesy of the Sacred Oak Facebook Page.
Philadelphia was recently featured in Outside Magazine’s “The Thirty Most Incredible Trips to Take in 2015” as the Best Urban Upgrade. A bike share program called Indego was recently launched promoting more ways to get around, and a 3 miles of multi-use trails were added to increase more outdoor recreation. Other great transformations have been the newly built boardwalk stretching before city’s landscape, which is perfect for jogging and biking, and the opening of Dilworth Park, which offers greenery, a cafe, and displays public art breathing new life and nature into the city’s common places.
The Best Kept Secrets Tour invites you to go out and experience the “best kept secrets” Montgomery County has to offer. Each unique business in the tour has been selected to create a fun shopping adventure without having to travel more than 15 miles! The Spring Tour, beginning April 16, features a variety of terrific specialty food places, wonderful garden centers, artisan shops and a farm shop with handcrafted soap that would make the perfect Mother’s Day present.
Tour hours are Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm. A Best Kept Secrets Tour includes one ticket ($9) valid for the entire tour, map of tour stops, descriptions and coupons for each stop, and an entry form for a $200 shopping spree. Enjoy exploring!