March 12 is Pennsylvania’s 342nd birthday, also known as “Charter Day,” when William Penn received a charter to its land from King Charles II. Four historic sites in Berks, Montgomery, and Chester counties will open at no cost.
A series of STEAM-oriented activities hosted Saturday by the Pottstown Children’s Discovery Center may have secretly introduced youngsters to future careers. Mostly, though, they and their parents were there for the fun.
Gilbertsville veterinarian Dr. Kaitlyn Reist will talk about how draft horses have played important roles throughout history, as the featured speaker Feb. 19 at the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
Don’t be surprised. The Colebrookdale Railroad offers two “Cupid’s Arrow” excursions of three-hours each on Feb. 11 and 14, complete with fine French meals, for the romantic in everyone. Get tickets online.
Learning about the Upper Perkiomen Valley’s regional history continues to be a fun experience during February, with two free activities offered by the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
An initiative by Collegeville non-profit Pillars of Light and Love to create a restaurant that provides inclusive opportunities to work, dine, and socialize officially launched during the weekend in Cedars PA.
Valley Forge Casino Resort owner Boyd Gaming officially put the pandemic behind it Friday, and resumed around-the-clock operations for slot machines on the gaming floor. Hours remain limited for table games and its sports book.
Have coffee with your neighbors, savor some time off from being a parent, learn about the regional history of quilting, or enjoy a post-Valentine date with your sweetheart. All are planned for February.