An advertising campaign begun Tuesday by a New York State brewery promotes 25 outdoor activity areas in the Philadelphia region - four of them local - where you can pair your fun with its brew.
Historian, author, and Washington Post essayist David Cross is scheduled as the featured speaker Thursday at 6 p.m. during the continuing “Lead Like George” events in Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge.
How did George Washington and his Revolutionary Army succeed during the crossing of the Delaware and in battles around Trenton? His lessons are offered in a new book; its author will discuss them Thursday.
Weekday closures of a portion of Gulph Road in the Valley Forge National Historical Park will remain through late July due to utility work. PennDOT reports, though, that an important road rehabilitation effort near the National Arch is complete.
The Valley Forge National Historical Park during December will commemorate the 244th anniversary of the arrival of Gen. George Washington and the Continental Army at their winter encampment grounds.
Both the annual feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, and World Animal Day, will be observed Sunday with a blessing of the animals at Washington Memorial Chapel on Route 23 in Valley Forge. Bring your pets.
Members of the non-profit Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers group have scheduled monthly star-gazing parties in Valley Forge. They're free, open to the public, and telescopes are available.