Boyertown Multi-Service has acquired the Wellness Council of Boyertown in a cooperative venture that intends to continue the council's long-standing health and fitness initiatives.
An exhibit-ending reception for Reading area artist Ron Schira, long-time art critic for the Reading Eagle newspaper, is scheduled for Aug. 23 at Studio B in Boyertown.
Downtown Boyertown will come alive with both humans and dogs Aug. 17 (Saturday) as the annual Dog Days of Summer event returns with activities for pets and pet lovers.
If it's round, if it turns, and if it's considered fine art, you'll likely find it beginning in mid-April in a new but returning exhibition at the Studio B Gallery on East Philadelphia Avenue.
It's taken three years to see a dream realized in downtown Boyertown, but the borough's Main Street revitalization agency cheered its progress Friday with the only-months-away opening of "Grind."
The 14th edition of the annual Wellness Fair in Boyertown offers popular returning activities and some new ones too, valuable health information, and plenty of fun. It's all free, too, on March 30.
Officers in the Douglass (Berks) Police Department and other law enforcement professionals will serve as instructors for the department's first civilian police academy. It's free and planned for March.
Extras are needed Jan. 29 from 10:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. for a film involving the Colebrookdale Railroad in Boyertown. You'll need to e-mail in advance to express interest, and there are dress requirements.