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29th Annual Tyler Tasting Party

Every year on the second Friday in June, the Bucks County Community College community gathers at the famed Tyler Mansion to enjoy food, music, art, and lively conversation.

The purpose is to raise funds for the ongoing preservation and restoration of this magnificent estate and it’s beautiful formal gardens. Sponsors, patrons, supporters, and volunteers gathered this year under a perfect umbrella of sunshine studded flowering trees.

A light breeze carried the smells of tantalizingly delicious fare while the sounds of jazz, show tunes, and dueling pianos swirled with conversation. The Second Annual Plein Air Festival was held here at the same time.

Organizers created a pop-up gallery and held their awards ceremony during the peek of the tasting event. In the end, all who love this historic place come to this premier event to experience the magic, offer support, and invest in our community.

PHOTO CAPS:

  1. Jim Faridy (right), Chairman of Boheme Opera, with Past President of the BCCC Foundation, Fred Shea (left), and his wife Taffy Shea of Chalfont.
  2. Hosting the annual President’s Reception is BCCC President, Dr. Stephanie Shanblatt (center), of New Hope, with Board of Trustees member, Carol Shelly (right) of Furlong, and Robert Ebert.
  3. Bucks Foundation Board member, Claire Quinn (right), and husband Sean Quinn, of Warrington, enjoy the sounds of The Flying Ivories Dueling Pianos Show in the garden outside the big tent.
  4. Tyler Tasting Party Committee member, Victoria Salvador-Bowe (second from right), with her family, from left Brianna Kupper, Nick Swanson, James Vowen, Victoria and her husband, Lee Kupper.