Pottstown Classics Car Club Update

I wrote an article about the Pottstown Classics Car Club a while back and recently asked Christine Rhoads, Pottstown Classics Car Club Secretary for a year-end wrap-up and some future events information.

Christine writes:

The last car show was phenominal! We had well over 500 cars on High Street! The weather was beautiful and High St was crowded with people! Lots of vendors and great music! We had a neon light competion right after nightfall.

We provided a suggestion slip for all participants to ask what they would like to see us do for the 30th anniversary Nostalgia Nights. We got quite a few really good ideas which we will try to work into the shows.

Our annual Oldies Dinner/Dance will be held in March at Keystone Fire Hall in Boyertown. Final arrangements have not been set. Watch our website for updates. Tickets are available soon.

Check out their website for more information at: http://www.pottstownclassics.com

Pottstown Annual Holiday House Tour

The Historic Pottstown Neighborhood Association is proud to sponsor their annual holiday house tour, Historic Pottstown by Candlelight on Sunday, December 13, 2009. This event showcases some of Pottstown’s most treasured architectural wonders both on the outside of these properties as well as their interiors.

Come and enjoy our tour to see what Pottstown has saved from the past and kept for the future.

$12.00 Ticket includes: Victorian Tea presented by the Doe Club at the Pottstown Elks from 12noon-2pm. All homes and buildings on the tour are open from 1pm-6pm. Model train display.

Free trolley transportation for all ticket holders. Free refreshments to ticket holders.

For ticket information or if you are interested in having your home open for our annual holiday house tour, please contact Sue Krause at (610) 323-2220.

Material Girl Faces Eviction From Her Condo. Neighbors File Lawsuit!

Madonna has rubbed her new neighbors the wrong way it seems.  Internet sources claim that Her Madjesty’s Central Park West neighbors have filed suit against her for turning her apartment into a rehearsal space.  Evidently for three hours a days loud music blairs from her apartment complete with stomping and wall shaking.

Guess people in that neighborhood are accustomed to a different sort of party…  probably classical music, champagne and canapes.  Not Dance Party USA.

File under we are not amused!