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3rd Annual Pow-Wow On The Manatawny – May 7,8 In Pottstown

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TriCounty Community Network – My Annual Healthy Lifestyles Expo

Sponsored by State Rep. Tom Quigley, The Pottstown Mercury,

TriCounty Community Network and The Sunnybrook Ballroom

 

Thursday, May 19, 2016

9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Sunnybrook Ballroom in Pottstown

 

At my annual Healthy Lifestyles Expo, members of the community will be able to explore services, participate in activities and gather information useful to living a healthy lifestyle.

This will be a special expo with the recently renovated Sunnybrook Ballroom. Three meeting rooms are currently being added that will allow us to accommodate more workshops.

Vendor Register Here

Wellness Council Of Boyertown Presents The 11th Annual Wellness Fair​

WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 19, 2016, 10AM – 1PM

WHERE: Boyertown Junior High West, Gym and Cafe

Running of the Bears at 9:30 am and

Senior Walking Bingo at 10:30 am

Vendor Fair and Live Demos

We are so proud to continue to bring this event to our community.  The success of this event relies on our dedicated vendors.  We truly appreciate your participation each year and hope that you find this event beneficial to your business as well as our community as a whole.

Over 750 local community members attend the Annual Wellness Fair.  They are interested in learning about the Products and Services available in the Boyertown Area to help improve and support their individual Wellness goals.  If you are a local provider, you may want to consider being a vendor.  The cost is only $50 per table for Businesses and $25 per table for Non Profit Organizations.  To complete your Vendor Registration online, click here.

For an additional contribution of $100:

–  Your Business will be listed of the Wellness Council of Boyertown website within the Wellness Providers page for one year.

–  Your wellness events and opportunities through the council’s e-mail newsletter received by 500 people. Anytime you have an important event you wish to advertise, please send it to us and we will distribute your information to our community list.

Kid’s Celebrity Chef Cook-Off

Visit the Vendors and Live Demonstrations

 We welcome this great activity back to the wellness fair for 2015. Six elementary finalists from the Kids Celebrity Chef competition will bring their dishes for our panel of judges and the community.  The community tasting and voting will occur from 11:00am to 12:00pm during the fair. Winners will be announced at 12:30pm.

Come out to support our finalists and vote for your favorite!

Senior Bingo Walking

Kick off the Walking Bingo program at the Wellness Fair  from 10:30 to 11:00

Free monthly event encouraging activity and fun!  Grandparents bring your grandkids, kids bring your senior parents,  caregivers bring the seniors you care for.  Bingo cards, prizes, water, and snacks are provided for Seniors.  We encourage multigenerational activity for fun & fitness!

What may you ask is “BINGO Walking”?
When you arrive, each Senior will receive a BINGO card.  For each half lap you walk around the track, 10 BINGO numbers will be pulled. Mark your BINGO cards with pulled numbers.  Each 5 in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal), you get to choose a prize from our Prize Table including household goods & healthy living items.

Wellness Council Of Boyertown Presents The 10th Annual Wellness Fair​

WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 21, 2015, 10AM – 1PM

WHERE: BOYERTOWN AREA SR. HIGH SCHOOL COMMONS, BEAR AND CUB GYMS

Visit with local wellness vendors for all ages and stages of life.  

Plus receive free water ice by Rita’s of Boyertown, moon bounce, basketball fun, obstacle course and lots of great door prizes.

Click HERE for vendor information

Website and more information: http://www.boyertownwellness.com/wellness-fair.html

Wellness Council Of Boyertown Presents The 10th Annual Wellness Fair​

WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 21, 2015, 10AM – 1PM

WHERE: BOYERTOWN AREA SR. HIGH SCHOOL COMMONS, BEAR AND CUB GYMS

Click here for all the details:  http://www.boyertownwellness.com/wellness-fair.html

Business Owner Stays True To Roots Of Skippack Days

Location of Skippack Township in Montgomery County

Location of Skippack Township in Montgomery County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

SKIPPACK TOWNSHIP, PA – When it comes to Skippack Days, Butch Kaelin is a purist.

Visitors strolling through Skippack Village during the two-day festival — set for Oct. 4 and 5, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. — a time the town welcomes vendors from all over the country, will find only true craftsmen setting up shop outdoors on the Victorian Carriage Shops property, 4039 Skippack Pike, which is owned by Kaelin.

If you’re looking for all things artisanal, authentic and guaranteed to be fully twenty-four carat, genuinely, unequivocally handmade, this is where you’ll find them.

Read more: http://www.timesherald.com/business/20141003/business-owner-stays-true-to-roots-of-skippack-days

Festival Prep Kicks Into High Gear

Counties constituting the Happy Valley Region ...

Counties constituting the Happy Valley Region of Pennsylvania (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Setup for large events like the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts and Philipsburg Heritage Days can create nail-biting situations.

Heritage Days Chairman Jim Pollock watched several years ago as a trailer traveled down Front Street facing the wrong direction. No damage was done, but it could have ended in disaster.

“He was a new vendor, and when he first pulled in, he would have been serving toward the sidewalk instead of the street,” Pollock said. “We tried to tell him how to pull out and come back, but he came down wrong and could have taken out several trailers.”

That was a challenge, Pollock said, “so we have to be clear in our direction, especially for new vendors each year when everyone wants to hook up at the same time with over 100 trailers. You have to keep your composure.”

Riverfest Flows Through The Weekend

Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Luzerne County

Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Luzerne County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

She ain’t exactly a thrill ride, and she ain’t always pretty.

And in the past she’s been downright mean.

But the Susquehanna River belongs to the region, and plenty of people love her just the same.

Dozens of them kicked off Riverfest 2014 Friday with a kayak trip, paddling several miles from West Pittston to Nesbitt Park in Wilkes-Barre.

Read more:http://timesleader.com/news/local-news-news/1479470/Riverfest-flows-through-the-weekend

The 23rd Annual Pottstown Rumble Is June 19-22 2014

The Pottstown Rumble is a 4 day fun-filled event – Thursday June 19 to Sunday, June 22, 2014. Along with amazing competition at all levels of the tournament, we also offer plenty of other activities. The Rumble starts off Thursday with the Pottstown Rumble Juniors Clinic hosted by 2 time Rumble finalist Eric Lucas, 2 time Rumble Champ Svetlana Simic, and indoor professional Remy McBain as well as other high level volleyball players and coaches serving as assistant instructors. Friday brings our Pottstown Rumble Juniors Grass Doubles Tournament. Saturday morning starts off with a bang with a beefed up fireworks show as over 2,000 players eagerly wait to start their day. Saturday afternoon brings Women’s Pro Finals to center court while the Men’s Pro division wraps up Sunday afternoon competing for the $5,000 first place price. There will be food and clothing vendors, an on-site massage therapist, and high-energy music throughout the weekend. All visitors welcome!!

All registrations are first come first serve! You will be notified prior to registering if you are NOT at the main field. Anyone registering after June 15 will be charged a late fee of $20 per entry, this includes walk-on’s if space is available. Walk-on’s will most certainly be playing on satellite fields.

PART Rumble Schedule

Free Pottstown Rumble shuttle service is available from PARTClick here for the schedule.

The website for the Rumble contains all the schedules and information you will need to know, click here: https://pottstownrumble.com/index.php

It’s Personal: How Lundgren Led Macy In Bouncing Back

Macy's logo

Macy’s logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As backdrop to the legendary parade, the Macy’s store at New York City’s Herald Square is a star of the show on Thanksgiving. But ask Terry J. Lundgren about Philadelphia, and the Macy’s CEO shares a surprising adoration for a different landmark altogether – the one in Center City that opened a century ago as Wanamakers.

“That is one of the most unique stores in the entire enterprise of Macy’s Inc.,” the chairman, president, and chief executive said as he gushed, largely unprompted, about the Philly stunner that is home to the world’s largest working pipe organ, the kitschy-but-adored Christmas Light Show, and the Dickens Village exhibit.

“It’s the only store in the world that has a pipe organ and that has performances on this organ every single week – and we maintain that. I mean, who would do that?”

Here’s who: A $28 billion company that believes, even amid the growing popularity of Internet shopping, that retailing remains a local game. With this guiding principle and Lundgren’s charisma as change agents, the 800-store chain, now based in Cincinnati, has grabbed a top position only a few years after the department-store sector looked like an endangered species.

Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/business/20131128_How_Lundgren_led_Macy_in_bouncing_back.html#u2dKLoMavfuplyf4.99

24th Annual PA Apple ‘N Cheese Festival This Weekend In Bradford County

Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Bradford County

Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Bradford County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Saturday, October 5th, 2013  10am-6pm

Sunday, October 6th, 2013  10am-5pm 

Juried Crafts • Fine Arts & Photography Show • Quilts
Weaving Demo • Hand-blown Glass • Blacksmith Demo
Chainsaw Carving • Wine & Cheese Tasting
• Continuous Free Entertainment • Wood Turning
Apple Butter Making • Children’s Activities • Cider Pressing
Apple & Cheese Desserts • Apple Displays •Broom Making Demonstration 

 • 40 Palate Pleasing Food Vendors •

Festival Admission

Adults – $5.00

Children 13 – 18 – $3.00

Directions: http://www.paapplecheese.com/directions/index.html

Children 12 and Under – Free

Pottstown Merchants Will Take To The Streets Saturday

Picture 580POTTSTOWN – Summer is time for savings in downtown Pottstown, especially this Saturday when the annual Sidewalk Sale takes to the streets from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

According to Main Street Manager Sheila Dugan, the day will include offers from more than 40 downtown merchants, as well as face painting, a visit from Rainbow the Clown and collections of Pottstown School uniforms.

Demonstrations will be provided by CrossFit at 21 N. Hanover St. at 12:45, 2:45 and again at 4 p.m.

Also providing demonstrations at 307 E. High St. will be Red Cloud Kung Fu at 12, 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.

Read more:  http://business-news.thestreet.com/the-mercury/story/pottstown-merchants-will-take-the-streets-saturday-0/1

Pottstown Residents Want Fireworks For Fourth Of July Celebration

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POTTSTOWN — Historic re-enactments, a mini balloon festival, cook-offs, a beer tent, local musicians and, of course, fireworks.

Lots and lots of fireworks.
Memorial Day has arrived and thus, the unofficial arrival of the summer season.

Thoughts turn to barbecues, swimming pools and, of course, the Fourth of July.

Last month, we asked people for their thoughts on ways to improve, enhance and better fund Pottstown’s signature summer event and we thought the first unofficial day of summer would be a good day to let everyone know what suggestions we received.

Chief among them was a desire for the return of the fireworks.

Flea Market For Charity – Gilbertsville

Flea Market for Charity

Sponsored by NetWorks of TriCounty

When: October 15, 8am to 1pm

Where: FastPro Restoration, 1600 Swamp Pike, Gilbertsville PA 19525

Wanted: Shoppers  No experience necessary!!!

Vendors – call 215 256-6477 for space availability

(Rain date October 22, 2011)

Kennett Square’s 26th Annual Mushroom Festival

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If you love mushrooms and wanna check out a really cool small town, head to Kennett Square on September 9,10 & 11 for their 26th Annual Mushroom Festival.

TV Food Network Iron Chef, Jose Garces will be there along with Top Chef D.C. winner, Kevin Sbraga.

There will be 224 street vendors, a parade, and Antique and Classic Car Show, Amateur Mushroom Soup Cook-off, Farm Tour, live music and much, much more.

To read all about the festival and plan your trip, click here:

http://dailylocal.com/articles/2011/08/30/news/doc4e5d73ca329b0980800890.txt?viewmode=fullstory