What’s Happening In & Around Bucks & Hunterdon Counties
Our home is a diverse and vibrant flow of experiences for everyone from everywhere
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Everything Happening along the Delaware River in Lambertville and New Hope and everywhere around Bucks and Hunterdon Counties. Our home along the Delaware River is a diverse and vibrant flow of experiences for everyone from everywhere. Rich in American history and blessed in natural beauty, our communities are perfectly positioned within a one-hour drive of both Philadelphia and New York and just three hours north of Washington, DC. Together we offer urban dwellers the ultimate country getaway. Our region has a long heritage of being an artist’s haven, as evidenced by hundreds of galleries and artists’ studios. It’s a place where many people still proudly make things with their own hands.
Tailor-made for the pleasure seeker, over a hundred restaurants, home decor shops, antique stores, luxurious bed & breakfasts, spas, world-class theater, performing arts venues, a famed auction house, and one of the East Coast’s biggest flea markets lie waiting to be explored. For the outdoor enthusiast the pristine watershed is also home to all kinds of water sports from fishing to kayaking, crew, and tubing and is lined on both sides with miles of paths for running and biking, and hills for world-class cycling.
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From Lambertville to New Hope, Frenchtown to Stockton, Milford to Washington Crossing, there’s much to discover.
Monthly special recognition from peers and neighbors
Despite the talent of local chefs and the agricultural bounty of our region, locals have craved the flavors of lands far and away.
The sun is beginning to rise. A soft mewing of sheep can be heard and birds sing to welcome the new day.
Members since 1992 - Originally from Hamilton, David Rago grew up around the Lambertville area where he started his passion at the Lambertville Flea Market in 1972, as an artist colony with liberal sensibility.
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