The weekend weather will be just fine, forcasters claim, for the returning Philadelphia Folk Festival in Upper Salford, and a butterfly festival as well as the new fire station dedication and parade, both in Phoenixville.
The Perkiomen Valley Library at Schwenksville offers its last "Story in the Park" for 2022 on Thursday at 10 a.m. in Lower Frederick Township's Cuddy Park, Colonial Drive. Your youngsters will love it.
A man allegedly broke into the Liberty gas station and store in Trappe, opened a skills game looking for money, and stole an ATM machine with $4,250 inside. Know who he might be? A reward is involved.
Awards from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference have been presented to student-athletes from Pottstown, Royersford, Limerick, Collegeville, Harleysville, Schwenksville, and Green Lane.
Scholars in Pottstown, Harleysville, and Collegeville who are also athletes at Commonwealth University at Bloomsburg have received academic achievement awards from the Division 2 Athletic Directors Association.
See how early settlers lived at the Goshenhoppen Historians Folk Festival in Perkiomenville. Go vegan at the Phoenixville VegFest. Say hello to your neighbors at Limerick's Community Day or the Collegeville Fire Co. car show.
Wait long enough and the weather will change. Southeastern Pennsylvania has waited for more than a week for stifling heat to dissipate. AccuWeather predicts it will do just that, probably by Friday.
Integrate For Good, a Collegeville area non-profit, is enlisting volunteers to help transform ordinary plastic bags into something extraordinary: sleeping mats that allow the homeless to rest more comfortably.