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.
Help spruce up the graves of Pottstown's founding family during two-hour afternoon clean-up planned for Oct. 19 in the cemetery of John Potts, 230 Chestnut St.
Pottstown's Pollock Park on Cross Street has been closed since 2017 due to concerns about possible soil contamination. The state Wednesday awarded a $56,000 grant for a study to start its clean-up.
GreenAllies has spent five years working to "empower students to be sustainability leaders." It will celebrate its success Oct. 5 with an annual gala event at Althouse Arboretum in Upper Pottsgrove.
The fourth annual "Ride for the River" benefit to raise funds for Schuylkill River Trail maintenance and operations is scheduled for Sept. 28. Two different treks of 16 and 35 miles are offered.
This year's group of paddlers in the annual Schuylkill River Sojourn, which launched last Friday from Schuylkill Haven PA, is anticipated to arrive in their boats tonight at Pottstown's Riverfront Park.
The public can be a part of bringing new art to a naturally beautiful place: the Schuylkill River Trail. Join the trail mural project for its second meeting, scheduled for March 20 in Pottstown.
Where but in North Coventry can you - in one day - take a leisurely hike, play games, learn about the township, eat your fill of treats, and watch goats race too? The Coventry Woods Festival is set for May.