A stand of maple trees near the parking lot at Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester served as a classroom to dozens of visitors Saturday, as they learned how natural maple syrup is produced. The program returns next week.
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.
The Perkiomen Railroad in its heyday helped grow the borough of Schwenksville into a thriving community. Learn about its role in western Montgomery County history during a Jan. 28 presentation.
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.
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.
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.
Perkiomen Valley audiences can enjoy an acclaimed actress perform Saturday in a historic Pennypacker Mills presentation on Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad, as well as a June 15 concert in Schwenksville's Meadow Park.
Montgomery County postponed the kick-off for its seventh annual trail challenge from today (Saturday) to June 4 because of rain. Registration remains open online, though, and participants have until Dec. 4 to complete their trail visits.