Get something extra from the holiday season! Enjoy free entertainment and a history education in Montgomery County through early January, at the Pennypacker Mills historic site in Schwenksville.
There was a distinct chill in the air Sunday night in downtown Pottstown, as a crowd gathered for lighting of the borough’s holiday tree in Smith Family Plaza. Santa was there. Candy canes and hot cocoa set the mood for many.
Share your photos of children riding the Colebrookdale Railroad’s ’Twas the Night Before Christmas train to the railroad’s Facebook page, and earn a chance to win a free ticket on this year’s excursion.
An animated, lighted Christmas light show, accompanied by music and which lasts 10-15 minutes, is being presented nightly by the Ringing Hill Fire Company, 815 White Pine Ln. Volunteers have been working on it for months.
Get something extra from the winter holiday season, with free or no-cost entertainment scheduled by Montgomery County through early January at historic sites in Pottstown, Schwenksville, and Worcester.
Own a home within 10-miles of Boyertown, and love to decorate it for Christmas? Start checking your bulbs, and enter the annual Holiday Light Tour sponsored by Zuber Realty. You could earn a prize, and the public enjoys the show.
A crowd of celebrities and guests will gather downtown Saturday between 4:15 and 4:30 p.m., as Santa, Mrs. Claus, the mayor, Collegeville fire volunteers, and children join to light its holiday tree.
Downtown Pottstown merchants have scheduled two afternoons and evenings filled with the holiday spirit for Friday an Saturday.