Community residents and family members of those at Greenfield Living in Schwenksville enjoyed Halloween early on Saturday, entertained by a parade of dogs dressed in a variety of costumes.
The Ann Frances Outreach Foundation expects to distribute free food for those who need it on Saturday afternoon, while supplies last, in the borough's Chestnut Street Park.
A Halloween doggie parade, in which costumed pets are encouraged, is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. outside Greenfield Senior Living, 300 Perkiomen Ave. It's planned as a rain-or-shine event.
The borough, as well as Worcester Township, were the only two Montgomery County municipalities named Thursday to receive community conservation partnership funding. Their combined total: $754,000.
Lower Pottsgrove police say they appreciate donations receive already in their Thanksgiving food drive for families in need. If you're so inclined, contributions are being accepted through Oct. 30.
Pottstown Hospital is taking learning outdoors, specifically to Riverfront Park in Pottstown, with separate topics during walk-and-talk events scheduled for Saturdays, Oct. 17 and Oct. 24.
A section of the Schuylkill River Trail that runs through Phoenixville will be closed starting Oct. 19, due to construction.
You'll be hungering for a warm and hearty meal when the cool of mid-November rolls through. Volunteers at Heidelberg United Church of Christ will have just what you're hoping for.