It's not just beer, though; it's spirits and cider, too, all made the Colonial way, during a special "Brewing and Distilling Day" on June 22 at historic Pottsgrove Manor. It's a rain-or-shine event.
Celebrate the warmth and revelries of a colonial candle-light Twelfth Night party during the “Pottsgrove Manor by Candlelight” event Dec. 9 in Pottstown.
Benjamin Franklin invented the Franklin stove, but it took the business acumen of iron furnace manager and Pottstown founder John Potts to produce and sell the product. Learn how in a Nov. 10 program.
The French and Indian War, sometimes called the Seven-Years War, changed economic, political, and social in Colonial America. Learn how from skilled interpreters volunteering at Pottsgrove Manor.
The skills, tasks, and roles of Colonial men - some traditional, some not so much - will be the subjects of praise and maybe wonder June 16, as Pottgrove Manor holds a "Gentlemen's Day" event.
Learn how Pottsgrove Manor residents worked in the dark, and what they did during the night hours, in a museum exhibit making its Feb. 24 debut in Pottstown.
They didn't look like the pockets we've come to know, though. Take a lesson in pocket making, and learn its history, in a Jan. 20 workshop at Pottsgrove Manor.
Everyone has the talent to sew and embroider. Some talents may be specialized, though. Families who attended Sunday's Living History event at Pottsgrove Manor found out who did what best.