Popular Country Club in Bucks County to Host Luncheon for Author Lisa See

Nationally acclaimed author Lisa See will share her insights with luncheon attendees at the Warrington Country Club on April 10.

Author Lisa See will be featured at the annual Author Luncheon to be held Saturday, April 10, 2010, at the Warrington Country Club. Lisa See’s most well recognized literary work to date is Snowflower and the Secret Fan which topped best seller lists for weeks and was the topic of discussion by countless book clubs. Fans of Lisa See will be intrigued to hear her talk about her Chinese heritage and its influence on her literary and cultural accomplishments at the popular wedding reception site in Bucks County.

Tickets for the luncheon and author presentation are $35. They are currently on sale at the Doylestown Library for members of the Friends of the Library Center, Doylestown, and will be available to the general public on Monday, March 15. Sale hours are 11:00-1:00 and 6:00-8:00 Monday through Thursday, 11:00-1:00 on Fridays, and 9:00-12:00 on Saturdays until all tickets have been sold.

Luncheon entrees at the Warrington Country Club include chicken with cranberry stuffing, salmon with dill sauce, and a vegetarian platter. Lisa See will be signing her books both before and after her presentation, and her books will be available for purchase courtesy of the Doylestown Bookstore. The doors to the country club will open at 11:15 and luncheon will be served at 12:00.

Located on five acres in beautiful Bucks County, Warrington Country Club has been a memorable wedding venue for over 25 years. Conveniently located, Warrington Country Club also serves the surrounding areas of Montgomery County, Philadelphia and New Jersey. This year’s brides came to us from local surrounding areas including Doylestown, Fort Washington, Chalfont, Newtown, Hatboro, Horsham, Lansdale, Abington and Huntingdon Valley.

Bucks County Early Summer Like Wedding

Brides who had their Bucks County Wedding the week of March 19 ended up having a summer wedding.

The sap is running and that motivates, Ron, our gardener extraordinaire, to make sure our brides see Spring busting out all over. He planted over 400 pansies in our outdoor ceremony/cocktail garden. He’s also raving about the magnificent daffodils already in bloom thanks to all the bulbs he planted in the fall. He says the tulips will be open in the next few weeks.wcc gardens

Ron’s artistry provides a feast for the senses. What is amazing is his ability to adapt to the changing seasons
and transform the uniqueness of the garden with each season. The photo ops are amazing for you and your photographers.

Heck, you can easily find a good excuse for having a cocktail garden party!