Lower Frederick Joins Movie Night, Plans Fall Fest

LOWER FREDERICK PA – Lower Frederick’s Parks and Recreation Board is joining with two municipal neighbors to host a free outdoor move during September, and also will present its free Fall Fest during October, board Chair Pam Reich reported.

Movie on the Mountain Night

A free movie, “Ice Age: Collision Course,” will be screened Sept. 18 (2021; Saturday) at dusk in the lower parking lot of the Spring Mount Ski Slope at the corner of Spring Mount and Clemmers Mill roads, Schwenksville. It’s being jointly presented by Lower Frederick, Upper Frederick, and Upper Salford townships.

This is a first-come, first-served event, with pull-in spaces for only 125 cars. To accommodate them, the gates will open at 6 p.m.

Free popcorn will be available, and a nearby truck will be selling ice cream, too. In case it’s needed, a rain date of Sept. 25 has been scheduled. The activity is sponsored in part by Victory Bank. For more information, call 610-754-6436 or visit Upper Frederick Township’s website, here.

Lower Frederick Fall Fest

The Lower Frederick Fall Fest, a free celebration of all things both autumn and the township, is planned by the recreation board for Oct. 16, also a Saturday, from 1-3 p.m. at Foy Park on Spring Mount Road in Perkiomenville.

Visitors can get in some free, supervised kayaking on Perkiomen Creek. The event also features face painting, a moon bounce, music; police, fire company and emergency medical services equipment; and pumpkin painting. Exhibits and crafts will be presented by Lower Frederick’s Environmental Advisory Council. And when you’re hungry or thirsty, the fest offers free popcorn and cider.

The township is getting help for this activity too. Sacks & Sons is providing hayrides, the Engage Arts Studio will offer free crafts, and the Downtown Scoop Ice Cream Truck will sell cool treats.

These events have been added to The Posts’ calendar.