Volunteers from the Lower Frederick Parks and Recreation Board and the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy worked Friday for about two hours planting trees and shrubs to create a riparian barrier in flood-prone Foy Park.
An estimated 500 people turned out Sunday at Lower Frederick’s Foy Park for its highly successful Trunk-or-Treat event, hosted by the township Police Department and its Parks and Recreation Committee.
What's better than a great movie? A free great movie, enjoyed from seats in your car or on a lawn, and watched with the evening sky above. It's being offered Saturday night in Lower Frederick by four neighboring townships.
Lower Frederick's last summer series free concert, beginning at 7 p.m. in Cuddy Park on Colonial Drive, features '60s and '70s hits by the AM Radio Trio. Bring a blanket or chair, and some munchies.
Forecasts of lighting and thunderstorms Thursday (July 28) prompted Lower Frederick Township to postpone a summer concert planned for 7 p.m. Featuring The Might Manatees, it is rescheduled for Aug. 4.
Lower Frederick hosted its annual "Going Native" event Saturday at Cuddy Park, which introduced its audience to the basics of pollination, and the beauty and taste of flowers, fruits, and vegetables they help produce.
With video. Thursday's rain presented an "iffy" call for Lower Frederick's Parks and Recreation Board, but showers ended before evening. It decided to go with its first summer concert. The crowd was small, but it enjoyed the show.
The first of three concerts planned this summer by the Lower Frederick Park and Recreation Board will begin June 23 (Thursday) at 7 p.m. with blues rockers wailing from the township's Cuddy Park.