Mark your calendar for the First Annual Chester County Wingfest happening Sunday October 19, 2014. The contest will directly benefit the Family Service of Chester County, a nonprofit health and human services organization located in West Chester. Visit any of the 13 participating restaurants between 1:00PM–6:00PM on October 19th and place your vote for either “Best Buffalo Wings” or “Best Creative Style Wings.” A generous portion of each voter’s bill will be donated back to the Family Service of Chester County. Voting will be done on your mobile phone through the Chester County Wing Fest’s website on the day of the contest. See more information in this article by West Chester Dish.
Join the Uptown! Entertainment Alliance tonight (Friday, September 20, 2014) for a screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark at 8:00pm. Arrive early for cocktails and a film discussion beginning at 7:50pm. The mission of Uptown! Entertainment Alliance is to promote cultural, economic, and civic life experiences in Chester County through live theater, music, dance, film, and other local events. For more information on the event click here.
Join Iron Hill of West Chester as they team up with regional breweries to showcase the best locally craft-brewed, Belgian-style beers. The event kicks-off at 1:00pm on Saturday January 25th, 2014. Below are just ten of the over thirty breweries participating in the event, check out the complete list of breweries here.
- Iron Hill Brewery, Maple Shade, NJ: Brett Saison
- Stewart’s Brewing Company, Bear, DE: Stumblin’ Monk
- Victory Brewing Company, Downingtown, PA: V-Twelve
- Allagash Brewing Company, Portland, ME: Yakuza
- Iron Hill Brewery, Newark, DE: Crazy Ivan Goes Belgian
- Manayunk Brewing Company, Philadelphia, PA: Siembra Rouge
- Dogfish Head Brewing Company, Lewes, DE: Red and White 2012 Vintage
- Turkey Hill Brewing Company, Bloomsburg, PA: Babbo Natale
- Saucony Creek Brewing Company, Kutztown, PA: Lord of Misrule
- Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company, Roseland, VA: Dark Abby
Jennaphr Frederick, host of Jenny On Your Block series for FOX 29 Good Day Morning Show (Philly), will be in Downtown West Chester tomorrow,Wednesday, May 29, from 7am-10am at the historic Courthouse (High & Market Streets). Through her entertaining style of interviewing local business people, she will showcase the many reasons why downtown is a dining, shopping, and events destination while highlighting what makes West Chester a great community. Make sure to watch the program, or come downtown tomorrow morning to be apart of the action! For more information click here or visit DowntownWestChester.com.
Mark your calendars for Super Week in Downtown West Chester! More than a dozen events and attractions will take place from June 1, 2013 through June 8, 2013 in and around the West Chester area. Downtownwestchester.com has further information on the entire week including a schedule of events, which include:
- Super Sunday
- Swingin’ Summer Thursday
- Gallery Walk
- West Chester Public Library 125th Celebration
- Up On The Roof
For more information visit http://www.downtownwestchester.com or by simply clicking here.
Today, May 9, 2013, marks the first day of the 2013 West Chester Restaurant Week! Our friends at Doc Magrogan’s West Chester have planned a delicious $35 three-course menu featuring citrus poached calamari salad, prosciutto wrapped shrimp, and strawberry and lemon curd napoleon. Check out the full menu by clicking here.
The Annual West Chester Restaurant Week will host a number of other participating restaurants as well. Each restaurant will offer a special multi-course, fixed-price menu for lunch or dinner and many are doing both. The event gives diners a chance to discover new eateries or get reacquainted with old favorites at a great value. Menus of participating restaurants will be posted at the beginning of West Chester Restaurant Week. See the West Chester Restaurant Week article in County Lines Magazine. See the Directory of West Chester Restaurant Week participants.
Enjoy a seven-day celebration of the culinary scene in downtown West Chester during the annual West Chester Restaurant Week. Each participating restaurant offers a special multi-course, fixed-price menu for lunch or dinner and many are providing both. The event gives diners a chance to discover new eateries or get reacquainted with old favorites at a great value! Menus of participating restaurants will be posted at the beginning of West Chester Restaurant Week. See the West Chester Restaurant Week article in County Lines Magazine. Check back for more information.
Enjoy the costumes, the kids, and the fun, all starting at 7pm. Parade gathers on Market Street between Church & Darlington and proceeds on Market and Gay Streets. Marching bands and cheerleading performances are featured. Families and groups are welcome to participate. Groups & Floats are welcome, but must register with the West Chester Parks & Recreation, for more information call 610-436-9010. Check out the Facebook events page as well for more information by clicking here.
The Ghost Tours of West Chester begin again for the season this coming Friday, September 28th! They consist of a walking tour with tales of ghosts, folklore and history. Your guide will lead you on a 90-minute walk through the spooky lanes of downtown neighborhoods where you’ll explore the land of the shadow people, learn of lost souls of the Underground Railroad, and hear about the West Chester gallows where horse thieves and murderers were hanged. New stories and tours added for the season.
The Ghost Tours of West Chester start at The Lincoln Room (28 West Market, 610-696-2102). Tours begin at 8:00 pm and doors open at 7:00 pm rain or shine. Courtyard Grill will be open for light sandwiches, snacks and beverages before the tours. Price is $10 per person ages 5 years and up. Reservations required call 610-696-2102.