Two remaining Sunday artisan festivals are scheduled year, Sept. 25 and Oct. 30, at Engage Art Studio in Schwenksville. They're easy to reach, the works there might surprise you, and there's fun for the kids too.
Choose this weekend from nearly 40 events! Hear great music in Bally, Kimberton, Royersford, and Spring City. Have fun at festivals in Phoenixville, Schwenksville, Pottstown, Trappe, and Birdsboro. Celebrate community life in Oley and New Hanover.
Travel Sept. 24 to Green Lane and enjoy the amenities of one of Montgomery County's largest parks, and take in the sights, sounds, and fun of its 11th annual Upper Perkiomen Bird and Wildlife Festival. It's rain-or-shine, and all free.
Local service projects to meet natural resource needs, and a re-enactment of activities by the Civilian Conservation Corps, are planned for the Sept. 24 observance of Public Lands Day at Hopewell Furnace in Elverson.
The Friends of Pennypacker Mills presented its first marketplace of fine hand-crafted goods and giftware in 2012. Fast forward to next Saturday: more than 80 vendors will offer products, and the Schwenksville event may break attendance records.
Learn how the Civil War affected society from both military and civilian perspectives, during a re-enactors' encampment Sept. 17-18 at Montgomery County's Peter Wentz Farmstead historical site in Worcester.
On Labor Day weekend, find antiques in Barto, neighbors' treasures in Collegeville, fresh foods in Pottstown, or crafts and comic books (separately) in Kimberton. See Duryea Day in Boyertown, and fine European cars in Pottstown.
Enjoy a twilight hike Friday. On Saturday, tour the new Challenger Learning Center in Pottstown, marvel at the butterflies assembled in Royersford, or get a little buggy in Green Lane.