If you’d like to get up-close-and-personal with the season’s jolliest elf, plan to be on the municipal plaza at 300 Main St., Schwenksville, Saturday (Dec. 10) from 2-3:30 p.m. Meet Santa, make a craft, and enjoy a snack too.
Schwenksville Borough property owners face an Oct. 31 deadline for payment of their Perkiomen Valley School District taxes. Borough Tax Collector Tom Laconis can’t make that pain-free, but he’s trying to make it easy.
earn more about the activities of the locally based Veterans Brotherhood during a talk Tuesday (today) at Sanatoga Ridge Community. In Schwenksville? Sign up, won't you? to help clean Meadow Park.
Downed twigs and branches were removed. New flowers were planted. The grounds, occasionally soggy from recent rain, were cleaned. Volunteers donated their time and effort Saturday to spruce up in Schwenksville.
Schwenksville's transformation of its former fire house into a new borough hall, and Ursinus College's similar reuse of an existing building for a new student center, both won prizes from Montgomery County.
Record-height Ida flood waters so damaged Schwenksville Borough Hall that it may be closed for months. Its staff is working remotely in the interim. As of Thursday, the best way to reach it was by e-mail.
Schwenksville Borough representatives, guests, and the public celebrated Saturday as all finally saw years of work fulfilled with a ribbon-cutting for the new Borough Hall and Community Center.
It's time for a party, members of Schwenksville Borough Council reasoned, now that the new borough offices at 300 Main St. are completed and occupied. A dedication and open house is set for Saturday.