Entertainment Archive

Families Had Weekend Fun At Sanatoga Circus

The Lewis And Clark Circus returned to the Sanatoga Fire Company

Rec Board Plans Adult Volleyball, Kids’ Swimming

Swimming lessons are scheduled for the fall for children in The

As The Sun Glints Off The Water, Off They Go

It's an enjoyable thing to take a boat ride on a

‘Blue Moon’ Rises Sunday At Sanatoga Band Shell

Music by the Phoenixville folk-and-country band "Blue Moon" will be the

Maybe Band Should Have Played ‘Stormy Weather’

Stormy weather in Sanatoga proved to be too much of an

Picnic, Then Nap, Tonight On A Collegeville Lawn

Make it a short nap. The Berman Museum at Ursinus College

Prepare. March. Survive. Live The 18th Century Life

What was it like to live as a member of the

Moscato Wine Adds Sweetness To Common Meatball

On today's Food Page: Halibut, Squash and Tomatoes in Parchment (video);

Usually Known As ‘Pastor Bill,’ Now Call Him Author

"Pastor Bill" Beck of the Spring City Fellowship has written a

No Tickets Needed! Enjoy Army Band Wednesday

The U.S. Army Reserve's 78th Army Band, based at Fort Dix

Never Put Up Canned Food? County Shows Right Way

In the dead of winter, nothing beats the taste of fresh-picked

Live Salsa Band, Dancing Tonight At Sunnybrook

Exciting, rhythm-infused salsa dancing is offered tonight (Friday) with a live

Canal Group’s Guest Introduces Our Predecessors

Learn more Sunday (July 20) in Mont Clare about the area's

Explore Invention, Use, And Re-Use At Maker’s Club

How do things get made, and how can they be re-made

Rockers Star Tonight In Free Pottstown Concert

"Boogie Dogs," a rock band whose music covers from the '60s

Vietnam Veterans Host Car, Bike Show For Center

A first-ever car and bike show Aug. 9 at the Southeastern

This Month In Sanatoga, Step Up And See The Show

The Lewis and Clark Circus is making its way back to

Farm Goods Might Help Seniors On Fixed Budgets

A state program is making vouchers available to qualified senior citizens

What Are You Good At? Show It Off At County Fair

Everyone's good at something, and there's a prize category for almost

We’ve Got Company: Reading Paper Covers Township

Reading (PA) Eagle newspaper reporter Paige Cooperstein introduced herself Monday to

Boone Colonial History Camp Offers Kids An Adventure

A three-day (July 15-17) History Day Camp at the Daniel Boone

Registrations Taken Now For River Bicycle Tour

The third, two-day ride in the Schuylkill River Trail Bike Tour

Planning Begun For Annual Tombstone Tales Tour

Volunteers at a Trappe church will spend an October day telling

Pottsgrove Clothing Symposium Deadline Near

Guest speakers from across Mid-Atlantic states are arriving July 19 and