If you've created a photo, painting, or other visual interpretation of a scene along the Schuylkill River, consider submitting it to this year's Schuylkill River-themed art show. Cash prizes await.
Two Schuylkill River water quality improvement projects in western Montgomery County, and one in northern Chester County, have been awarded thousands in grant money by the Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area. The work is intended, in part, to help reduce flooding.
More than 200 people are ready for five days filled with adventure, history lessons, and beautiful river scenery during the 23rd annual Schuylkill River Sojourn. It arrives Sunday in Pottstown, on the way to Philadelphia.
The bike is supplied. A kayak is supplied. Even your lunch is furnished for the first Peddle and Paddle excursion Saturday from the Schuylkill Greenways office in Pottstown. Register by Friday.
It's yet another award for southeastern Pennsylvania's Schuylkill River Trail. It was just named to third place among 20 selected contenders in a contest to name the nation's most-favored riverwalks.
Area residents are being asked to volunteer just 5 minutes of their time in an important project to monitor the current health and quality of the Schuylkill River. Do it while walking the river trail.
The annual Ride for the River fund-raiser and the accompanying Can Jam musical festival are scheduled to begin today (Saturday, Sept. 28) with a 40-mile trek at 9 a.m. The music cranks up at 11 a.m.
The Perkiomen Township municipal building will be the venue for today's announcement for nine winners for $326,000 in grants to improve water quality in the Schuylkill River watershed.