Living History Sundays return in August to Pottsgrove Manor, the 18th Century home of Pottstown founder John Potts. Visitors can learn about Colonial life.
It often took a "jack of all trades," someone skilled at doing several jobs, to thrive during the 18th Century. Visit Pottsgrove Manor on July 22 to choose a "colonial career path."
If you like to see how other folks celebrate the winter holidays, you probably won't see a finer spectacle than what the Potts family has planned Dec. 11 at Pottsgrove Manor.
The unmistakable aroma of almost everyone's sweet treat will fill the air of the Pottsgrove Manor kitchen Feb. 13 (Saturday) during a Valentine's Day cooking demonstration.
Maybe the best way to experience historic Pottsgrove Manor is within the glow of candlelight, much like its Colonial occupants once did. Enjoy that opportunity on Dec. 13.
A fruit called quince is featured in an open-hearth workshop Saturday at Pottsgrove Manor.
Historian Dan Graham will give a presentation on "The Potts Legacy" to help close out the current exhibit at Pottsgrove Manor.
The whiskey and rum served when historic Pottsgrove Manor was operated as a hotel and bar are revisited in an upcoming June 13 program sponsored by the borough's Manatawny Still Works.