The Gallery School of Pottstown and the Pottstown Regional Public Library are the beneficiaries of next week's second annual beef and beer event.
A Pottstown art school and gallery is giving help to another organization that ensures local students don't go hungry on their weekends away from a classroom.
Gallery School of Pottstown's Julie Tonnessen tells the Roots of Revitalization blog that once of the best parts of her job is helping children discover their unknown talents.
A Valley Forge PA asset management company and its employees selected The Gallery School of Pottstown to receive a donation because of its work in Montgomery County to assist children in need and supplement school district arts programs.
It features work by local artists in mediums from traditional oil and photography to mixed media.
Enthusiastic officials at three Pottstown institutions are collaborating to bring a new program called "Stretch, Read, Create!" to borough children and their parents.
The works of more than 25 artists, on display through mid-August in a downtown Pottstown exhibit, provide a sort of visual vacation without ever having to take time off or spend money for the pleasure.
Two local non-profits, the Gallery School of Pottstown and the Pottstown Regional Public Library, are teaming up for a beef-and-beer fund-raiser coming in August.