Friday, January 25, 2013
An official grand opening for the new Lower Saucon Township entertainment venue was held Thursday, Jan. 24, along with a ribbon-cutting. Revolutions at Saucon Valley features a restaurant, bars, bowling, arcade games and several stages.
For more information about the newly-opened Revolutions at Saucon Valley, visit the Facebook page for the venue or the website: www.revolutionsentertainment.com.
Sunday, January 13, 2013
The Lower Saucon Township entertainment venue's official public opening at 7pm, Jan. 24 will follow a 2-hour VIP Grand Opening Celebration that is to include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and live entertainment.
Although a "soft opening" was reportedly held Jan. 11, the much-anticipated official grand opening of a Dave & Buster's style entertainment venue called Revolutions at Saucon Valley is planned for the evening of Thursday, Jan. 24, according to an invitation that has been circulated. A private VIP Grand Opening Celebration will begin at 5pm and include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and live entertainment by Chris "Breeze" Barcynski, according to the invitation, which indicates that the 40,000 square-foot facility will house a bowling alley, a full-service restaurant, two bars, video and prize games, and a sports amphitheatre. When it opens, Revolutions at Saucon Valley will occupy the former Regal Cinemas multiplex in the Saucon Square shopping…
Monday, February 7, 2011
Your family's best bets for fun this week!
We've got story times and a few other recommendations for fun ways to take care of those mid-winter cabin fever blues. • Story Time at Barnes and Noble (Promenade Shops location) Where/When: At the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley every Friday and Monday at 10am. Why Go: The kids get to hear a story and color while you get 30 minutes to enjoy a coffee and some ‘mom’ time. Pricing: Free • Mr. B’s Coffeehouse (www.mrbscoffeehouse.com) Where/When: Located in Calvary Church in Souderton and open 2 to 6pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; 9am-10pm on Wednesday; and 8am to 6pm on Sunday. Why Go: Children up to age 10 can play in the indoor play zone while you sit and relax. (Socks are required and may be purchased at the counter.) Enjoy free …