Artists at Schwenksville's Studio 29 Tattoo on Main Street will work Saturday with their clients to raise money that benefits research into lyme disease. Think of it as a tats-against-ticks campaign.
Financing is in place, plans approved, a contractor selected, and work on renovating Schwenksville's relocated borough hall and community room is getting under way. It could be completed by summer.
Every one loves comfort food: warm and tasty, stomach-satisfying meals. Learn how they were created in the 1900s over a wood-burning stove, today at Pennypacker Mills in Schwenksville.
Schwenksville council members want more public participation at its meetings, but also want to make meetings more efficient and less time-consuming. They've adopted a new policy to address the needs.
Reflections on civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King will be offered tonight in Pottstown and Gilbertsville churches. Service events in his name are set today in Douglassville and Schwenksville.
A state-approved, Schwenksville-based non-profit created 12 years ago to help West African villagers learn self-sustaining trades has successfully completed its mission, and is being formally dissolved.
Schwenksville Borough Council will hold its reorganization meeting Monday (Jan. 6) at 7 p.m. in the Main Street borough hall, and then it will get down to January business items.
If you can spare time, knowledge and ability to help Schwenksville meet its goals in the coming year, borough council members hope you'll step up and volunteer for one of three committees.