Entertainment at the Pottsgrove Manor historic site in Pottstown continues Saturday, April 10, with an in-person music concert, and is followed on May 1 with the manor's annual Colonial Mayfair.
An interactive and immersive exhibit at Pottsgrove Manor will open during April that examines the life and patriotism of Dr. Jonathan Potts, son of Pottstown founders John and Ruth Potts.
Add a splash of personality and color to your wardrobe. Create a unique printed kerchief during Pottsgrove Manor’s Block Printing Workshop scheduled for March 21 in Pottstown.
18th-Century women knew how to look elegant while out on the town: they wore straw hats draped with silk and ribbons that were the envy of their peers. Now you can both create and own one on Jan. 18!
Bring culinary heritage to your kitchen while learning the skill of hearth cooking. Join expert Niel de Marino at Pottsgrove Manor’s autumn cooking workshop Nov. 16 (Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Help spruce up the graves of Pottstown's founding family during two-hour afternoon clean-up planned for Oct. 19 in the cemetery of John Potts, 230 Chestnut St.
The words put on paper must come from you, but a stylishly bound paper notebook to write in can come from a workshop scheduled for mid-September at Pottsgrove Manor.
Philadelphia was the capital of scientific thought and experiments in Colonial America. Learn how that influenced 18th Century life in Pottstown, during a science-themed day July 20 at Pottsgrove Manor.