Colonial home-brewing, using authentic 18th-century beer recipes, is a program for public enjoyment today at historic Pottsgrove Manor.
The short September hike (only 2 miles total) from Pottsgrove Manor to Riverfront Park and back will be filled with stories and history about iron-making during the days of John Potts in Pottstown.
Ride on Bike Pottstown's free, bright yellow bicycles Saturday during a tour of the borough that includes a trek on the Schuylkill River Trail, a visit to Pottsgrove Manor, and lunch at Grumpy's Restaurant.
Kids can have fun and learn local history, too, with a special week-long series of activities near downtown Pottstown. The camp has a fee, and registration is due by June 27.
Vinegar, a fruit of the vine that took a turn for the worse, made many a Colonial dish taste better. Find out why during a Sunday lecture at the Pottsgrove Manor museum and historic site in Pottstown.
Vinegar, a fruit of the vine that took a turn for the worse, made many a Colonial dish taste better. Find out why during a June 12 lecture at the Pottsgrove Manor museum and historic site in Pottstown.
Hundreds of visitors came out Saturday in Pottstown to enjoy a little bit of the 18th Century.
The state plans to give away Pottsgrove Manor on Saturday ... to Montgomery County, which has been operating the museum for years. The deed transfer will be part of the manor's annual May Fair fun.