A time-honored fall tradition, the annual car show sponsored by the Women's Club of Birdsboro, will not be held this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It's hoped-for return is in 2021.
Learn how the holidays were observed in the 18th and 19th centuries during the annual “Iron Plantation Christmas” celebrated Dec. 7 (Saturday) at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site in Elverson.
Live as though you were in the Colonial era Oct. 19 at historic Hopewell Furnace near Birdsboro, by participating in a variety of animal-centered programs and activities.
The historic industrial site outside Birdsboro PA observes its 81st birthday (Aug. 3; Saturday) with a party to which you're invited. It's free, and intended to keep your family entertained.
Get a sense of what it might have been like to be a soldier during the French and Indian War, with activities and demonstrations scheduled for May 11 at the Daniel Boone Homestead in Birdsboro.
Get your colonial spirit into gear, and enjoy a Friday in late April exploring the Fort Frederick 18th-Century Market Fair with members of the Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead.
A woman driving a sports utility vehicle Thursday afternoon on U.S. Route 422 in Birdsboro was injured after she lost control of the vehicle for an "unknown" reason, and later crashed into a building.
They're nothing to be alarmed about, Birdsboro Power Plant owner Ares EIF promised. It's in the process of "normal steam blow" testing ... but it will last all day and all night for a week in February.