In our technology driven world, smartphone apps meet our needs by providing news, directions, advice and hours of entertainment. Did you know that Montgomery County residents also have access to several apps that are designed specifically for use by residents? From updates on local news, traffic tips and ways to serve your neighbors in need [...]
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Flock to It- Bird Watching All you need is an outdoor space. Whether it's a yard or a public park, bird watching is free, fun way to peak your little's interest in nature and wildlife. It will also help your little sharpen their awareness skills. It doesn't hurt that bird watching is also [...]
Grab the kids and head to Ambler on Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 11am. Accompanying herself on guitar, Allie will sing your favorite kid and family friendly songs, as well as some of her light-hearted, kid-inspired originals. An affordable treat for the family!
Tracy Grammer, writer and musician, is pleased to present words+music at Act II Playhouse on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 at 7 p.m. — a captivating, intimate show featuring readings from her memoir-in-progress interspersed with songs on violin and guitar. Grammer rose to acclaim as half of the "postmodern, mythic American folk" duo, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer. From 1997-2002, the duo [...]
Act II Playhouse presents A Few of Our Favorite Things, anew show from Philly's favorite comedy couple, Tony Braithwaite & Jen Childs, on stage in Ambler from Jan. 9-28, 2018. A glorious grab bag of sketches and songs, A Few of Our Favorite Things isa co-production with Philadelphia's 1812 Productions. Mary Carpenter is the director, and Owen Robbins joins the [...]
Montgomery County is home to sprawling farm land and of course, plenty of farm to table treats. Celebrate local eats statewide on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 11:45 a.m. at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. Known as the "Mushroom Capital of the World," Pennsylvania mushroom farms have been growing mushrooms in the Commonwealth for more than [...]
By Betsy Natter In the midst of setting goals and defining strategies for the new year, conventional wisdom dictates intentionally planning to make new business connections as a means of expanding your personal or company reach. For some that may mean searching out and becoming a member of a local business association or chamber of [...]
By Betsy Natter Photo: https://www.facebook.com/bcopportunity/ It may seem that all is well among the scenic beauty of Bucks County, but unseen and possibly unknown to many, some forty thousand plus individuals live in poverty, nearly one-fourth of them children. Yet, the Bucks County Opportunity Council (BCOC) has been meeting the needs of [...]
By Betsy Natter Picture yourself out on the open trail, deep in the woods or on a canoe trip miles from the nearest roadway. What happens if a medical emergency arises? Are you prepared to manage the situation and take care of someone in your group, getting them stabilized and evacuated to receive medical care? [...]
Discover the history of women’s pockets and hand-sew one of your own during this interactive workshop at Pottsgrove Manoradmin2017-12-25T21:56:15+00:00
Ever wondered how colonial women carried around the items they might need throughout their day? They used their pockets! However, these pockets look a lot different from modern ones. They were worn around the waist and were not attached to any gowns or petticoats. Find out more about the history and use of pockets while [...]