Pottstown, PA – Visit historic Pottsgrove Manor on Saturday, February 13, 2016 between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm for demonstrations of open-hearth cooking with the program “Valentine’s Day, the Colonial Way.”
In the colonial era, before the invention of the techniques that give chocolate the smooth consistency people know and love today, chocolate was usually consumed as either a hot beverage or as an ingredient in various “made” dishes. In this program, historic cook Connie Unangst will prepare a variety of 18th-century recipes using chocolate. Visitors can stop in the kitchen at any time during the hours of 11:00 am to 3:00 pm to see what’s cooking. Guided tours of the manor will also be offered on the hour throughout the day, and the site’s museum shop will also be open. There is a suggested donation of $2.00 per person for this program.
Visitors can also take a guided tour of Pottsgrove Manor during regular museum hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Tours begin on the hour. The last tour of the day begins at 3:00 pm.
Pottsgrove Manor is located at 100 West King Street near the intersection of King Street and Route 100, just off Route 422, in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Pottsgrove Manor is operated by Montgomery County under the direction of the Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites Division of the Assets and Infrastructure Department. For more information, please call 610-326-4014, or visit the website at http://www.montcopa.org/pottsgrovemanor. Like Pottsgrove Manor on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pottsgrovemanor.
With the Holiday Season upon us, many folks are busy preparing for Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanza. If you live in the Tri-County area or are adventurous and don’t mind making a trip, iCreate Cafe, located at 130 King Street, in historic Pottstown, is open to serve your holiday needs.
Whether you need a break from shopping and want a healthy meal alternative; if you are looking for a great gift to give the people you care most about or if you are looking for a place to gather with friends to celebrate the season, iCreate Cafe can fill all your needs.
Gift certificates are available and you select the amount. Nothing says, “I love you” like the gift of great food! Take the worry out of your holiday shopping!
If you are looking for a unique space to gather with friends, look no further. The spa-like atmosphere and amazing vegan cuisine are a winning combination. The food is filling as well as healthy. The prices are reasonable and the portions are generous. The new iMenu 5 food menu has been expanded, the drink menu has been expanded and more dessert options are available to please the most discriminating palate.
The owner and vegan chef, Ashraf Khalil (you can call him Ash) has created one of the most unique dining experiences in the Philadelphia region. The food is made from scratch, made with love and beautifully presented. A feast for the eye as well as the mouth!
The cafe, located at 130 King Street in Pottstown, is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11:00 am until 7:00 pm. Friday and Saturday the cafe is open from 11:00 am until 9:00 pm. You can view the menu online at http://www.icreatecafe.com. You can also check out reviews of the cafe on Yelp, Trip Advisor and Happy Cow. If you want to inquire about gift certificates or make reservations you may call the cafe at (484) 312-0404 during business hours.
BACH & HANDLE CHORALE presents:
December 12, 2015 | 3:00 pm @ St. John’s Lutheran Church
Christmas Concert – St. John’s Lutheran Church
December 13, 2015| 3:00 pm @ St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
Christmas Concert – St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
YOUNG PEOPLE’S PHILHARMONIC presents:
December 20, 2015 | 4:00 pm @ Miller Symphony Hall
The Young People’s Philharmonic and Junior String Philharmonic Holiday Concert
Source: MOSAIC Holiday Party
WHAT: Selection of Official White House Christmas Tree
Searching will take place at Bustard’s Christmas Trees, the 2015 National Christmas Tree Association Grand Champion winner of the national tree contest.
Glenn & Jay Bustard and their family will present the White House Christmas Tree in November/December. The tree will be displayed in the Blue Room.
Harvest of the selected tree will take place just prior to the presentation.
Winners of the National Christmas Tree Association national tree contest have provided the official White House Christmas Tree since 1966.
WHO: Glenn & Jay Bustard, Bustard’s Christmas Trees
WHEN: Wednesday, September 30– time 9:00 A.M. (eastern)
WHERE: Bustard’s Christmas Trees (Farm field to meet in Lehighton.)
GPS coordinates: across the street from
T Johnson Collision Center
1270 Owl Creek Rd
Lehighton, PA 18235
ADDITIONAL: Interviews or background information requests may be directed to Rick Dungey in the NCTA office at (636) 449-5071 or email to email@example.com.
Monday, May 25
Downtown Pottstown – High Street. To register a float or entry contact Terry Foulke: 610-323-0128 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Parade starts at 10:00 am.
Forest Easter Egg Hunt MOVED TO SUNDAY DUE TO WET CONDITIONS
Families can stop by any time between 1pm to 4pm
For children ages 4 to 9
$2 donation per child
Date: Sunday, March 29th, 1pm-4pm
Join us for the Arboretum’s first ever Easter Egg Hunt! Find hidden eggs along the trail. Bring the eggs back for prizes!
Althouse Arboretum website: https://althousearboretum.wordpress.com/
The oversized oyster that rang in 2015 for West York is making a re-appearance at the York St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
York Fish & Oyster Co.’s first-ever entry is designed as an oyster bar, and leprechauns will shuck raw oysters on the float, said Jenn Emig, who co-owns the West York business with her husband, Steve.
After the parade, the company will head to Waterway Bar & Grill and sell about five different oyster dishes — complete with green horseradish, she said.
“St. Patrick’s Day is the day to have fun,” Emig said.
WILKES-BARRE, PA — St. Patrick’s Day is upon Northeastern Pennsylvania, which will include a weekend of parades and other festivities.
For law enforcement, it will mean more work than usual.
Scranton Police Chief Carl Graziano was among the officials at a news conference held at the Lackawanna County Courthouse this week. Officials encouraged residents to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day safely and responsibly.
“As everybody knows, it’s no secret that that’s the biggest alcohol consumption day — at least in the city — is St. Patrick’s Day Parade day,” Graziano said.
Luzerne County ended up reimbursing employees about $2,000 for bounced check fees caused by late paychecks last November, officials said today.
County Budget/Finance Division Head Brian Swetz said about 50 employees submitted requests for fee reimbursements, most between $20 and $35.
The impact of the fees was lessened because two financial institutions waived fees — PNC Bank, which handles the county’s banking, and the Luzerne County Federal Credit Union, Swetz said.