If so, members of Schwenksville's Parks and Recreation Board hope you'll meet them Aug. 12 or Sept. 9 for small clean-up projects at Meadow Parks and other public spaces.
Workers who have volunteered to pull invasive European water chestnut plants from across the Perkiomen Watershed seem to be winning that battle. The effort needs more help, though.
Gov. Samuel Pennypacker was a man deeply interested in early Pennsylvania history. A new scavenger hunt, scheduled for July 29 in Schwenksville, would have been right up his alley.
A 16-ounce T-bone, chowder, fresh ears of corn, and beverages, all consumed for a good cause.
There are fireworks in Skippack and Limerick. There's the Red, White, and Blue parade in Upper Salford, a grand picnic in the park at Valley Forge, a memorial ceremony in Trappe. And Pottstown is hosting its first-ever July 4 laser-and-music show. Come celebrate Independence Day!
Drivers in Lower Frederick be advised: a portion of Game Farm Road will be closed next Wednesday through Friday for pipe replacements.
Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ has played several historic roles in the Collegeville community. It returns to its roots July 2 with a ceremony that dates back to the post-Civil War era.
Ursinus College coaches have six different sports camps for boys and girls of varying ages scheduled to begin between July 10 and Aug. 2.