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.
More than 30 events this weekend: free children's theater, farmers' markets, First Friday observances, free summer concerts, three car shows, canning lessons, a garden club tour, and two block parties. Get out and do something!
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, July 29-31, 2022), as provided to The Post calendar.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, July 22-24, 2022), as provided to The Post calendar.
Weekday closures of a portion of Gulph Road in the Valley Forge National Historical Park will remain through late July due to utility work. PennDOT reports, though, that an important road rehabilitation effort near the National Arch is complete.
No matter what your students are into - STEAM and space; cooking and baking; basketball, baseball, and soccer; the arts, music, and plenty of subjects in-between - Montgomery County Community College has a summer camp for them!
A May 26 virtual lecture by textile experts with the Tennessee Sampler Project will launch preparations for this year's Penn Dry Goods Market, scheduled for June 3-4 at the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
Most people are familiar with trails in their own backyards: the Schuylkill River, the Perkiomen, or the Chester Valley. Many don't know our area has an 800-plus-mile trail system. Celebrate it April 23.