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Bucks County House Tour

Sunday, June 23, 2024 10AM - 3PM 
Three Spectacular Properties
Black Horse Farm
Living deliberately. 
Coda by Jules Gregory
Regional Modernism restored.
Drumbore Farm
A gathering place.
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Fundraising Events

One way in which Turn Bucks Blue raises money is through paid events. Some, like our June Bucks County House Tour, are public. Others are private events such as small dinners with celebrity chefs held by some very generous supporters. 

Please add your name to the mailing list below to be notified about the next house tour. If you are interested in hearing more about private fundraiser events, please contact us anytime.

The 2023 Bucks County House Tour

We said it couldn't be done again, but we were wrong. The 2023 Bucks County House Tour (our second) sold out! We owe it all to the taste and generosity of the owners of Lodi Hill Farm; SILO 6776; and the Fullam Residence.  Each of their properties was discerningly designed and furnished and each was singular.  Thanks, too, to our generous sponsors, indefatigable house managers, enthusiastic volunteers, and appreciative ticket holders. The support provided by all goes to fulfill the TBB mission: electing Democrats in Bucks County and promoting and protecting democratic values in civic life and at all levels of government. We absolutely could not do it without defenders of democracy like you.

The 2022 Bucks County House Tour

TBB's 2022 Bucks County House Tour took place on a hot, sunny day in late June. It was our first try at a public event. And it worked perfectly, if you don't count the shuttle bus that wouldn't go through the covered bridge.  We knew we wanted properties that were exceptional in multiple ways and very different one from the other. Luckily for us, the homeowners we needed stepped up. The tour featured the Glass Barn, a modern take on a classic rural form; Spring Creek Farm, an 18th c. stoney run on 21st c. systems paired with a thriving CSA; and Perelman Farm, an eclectic, artistic complex on rolling acres that once belonged to the American humorist and screenwriter S.J. Perelman. Over forty sponsors, three house managers, scores of volunteers, and hundreds of ticket holders stepped up as well. We had a hugely successful day for all concerned, for Democrats, and for our democracy.  

Private Dinner Party
Dine for Democracy
Chez Panisse chef
Cal Peternell
Erwinna, PA
October 30, 2022

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