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.
No, it’s not the kind of pinball you might see in an arcade. Instead, this pinball is a type of pincushion.
During the 18th Century, residents needed to make thread before they could sew clothes. That's what Distaff Day is all about, demonstrated Jan. 10 at Pottsgrove Manor.
Its interactive events and demonstrations intend to show how 18th Century residents of Pottstown would have lived and worked.
A noted Virginia historian and author debunks myths about life in Colonial America during a March 8 talk at Pottsgrove Manor.
The simple fare of 18th Century colonists will be prepared in the traditional way Feb. 16 by cooks in the Pottstown manor's reconstructed kitchen.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a sample, and learn how treats were made the Colonial way with 18th Century recipes. Attend "A Distillation of Desserts" on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Pottsgrove Manor, 100 W. King St., Pottstown PA. A $2 admission donation is suggested.
See and smell how good things made with alcohol and spirits turned into tasty desserts in a Colonial ktchen, during a Saturday demonstration at Pottsgrove Manor in Pottstown.