The Chamber effectively switched gears at the height of the pandemic and offered regular virtual meetings and safely distanced events to continue their work of promoting businesses and the arts and culture in the region.
With a vast array of committees, publications, programs, and events all designed to foster business relationships and enhance business techniques, the Chamber is still bringing top speakers and governmental and business leaders to the membership.
Additionally, Bucks Fever, a signature program of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce that supports the Arts through Business is going strong. Founded over four decades ago, Bucks Fever’s mission is to augment the economic vitality of the region by increasing tourism and engaging the local community in Bucks County’s rich artistic and cultural legacy.
Once again, Brown Bag-It with the Arts will fill Doylestown with music and performances throughout the summer; the Art & Sculpture Exhibition will delight viewers in November at the Mercantile at Doylestown; the Architecture & Environmental Committee will virtually lead community residents (and beyond) through a series of unusual and environmentally friendly structures; Bucks Fever FilmFest will showcase the rich legacy of film in the region; the Studio Tour will show the behind-the-scenes efforts of the area’s artists.
For a complete list Bucks County’s artistic and cultural events, call the Chamber for a brochure or visit the Chamber’s website: www.centralbuckschamber.com.
Finally, the Emergency Services Awards, Annual Business Conference, and Business Growth Series, all of which didn’t skip a beat – even at the height of the shut-down – will continue to recognize the region’s heroes, and provide more platforms for business growth.
To grow your business with the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, contact us at 215-348-3913 or visit www.centralbuckschamber.com.
PHOTO CAP: Bucks Fever Art Exhibition sponsored by Bill & Laurie Schutt. Photo by Natalie Napoleon.