Go for the Green During National Nutrition Month

2019-03-26T16:01:02-04:00

March is National Nutrition Month. To help promote healthy eating, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is putting a focus this year on making everyone aware of the importance of good nutrition and recognizing registered dietitian nutritionists as expert resources. From local schools to hospitals and businesses focused on healthy lifestyles and eating well – [...]

Go for the Green During National Nutrition Month2019-03-26T16:01:02-04:00

5 Ways to Stay Fit this Winter without Hitting the Gym

2019-01-03T16:10:53-04:00

(Photo from montcopa.org) The New Year is here and many of us are wondering how to shed extra pounds gained over the last month. Or maybe, you have a renewed commitment to better health in 2019! If the gym isn’t your idea of exercise fun, here are several other ideas for getting and [...]

5 Ways to Stay Fit this Winter without Hitting the Gym2019-01-03T16:10:53-04:00

Shop Small in MontCo this Holiday Season

2018-11-29T15:29:06-04:00

Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, has been around since the 1950s and has become a household phrase associated with great deals and holiday shopping. But only in recent years have businesses also promoted other days like Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday. This year, Small Business Saturday takes place on Nov. 24, [...]

Shop Small in MontCo this Holiday Season2018-11-29T15:29:06-04:00

Montgomery County’s Best Kept Secrets Tour

2018-10-29T15:53:23-04:00

Do you want to know a secret? Some of Montgomery County’s cutest little shops and out of the way spots for shopping are ready to welcome you during the 2018 Best Kept Secrets Tour, held through Nov. 10th.  The event, designed like a home or garden tour, includes dozens of off-the-beaten path stops for starting [...]

Montgomery County’s Best Kept Secrets Tour2018-10-29T15:53:23-04:00

Montgomery County Native Justin Bamforth Explores “The Highly Strange” in His New Book, The Spectrum

2018-10-25T22:12:43-04:00

By Michelle Reese Justin Bamforth's book The Spectrum was released in August 2018. Do ghosts, aliens and psychic phenomena all share a common source? Montgomery County native (and current Bucks County resident) Justin Bamforth explores this question in his recently published book The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange. [...]

Montgomery County Native Justin Bamforth Explores “The Highly Strange” in His New Book, The Spectrum2018-10-25T22:12:43-04:00

Corn Maze & Pumpkin Picking Guide 2018

2018-10-02T10:24:44-04:00

Picking pumpkins and meandering through acres of corn paths are fall traditions that never seems to go out of style. Although unusually heavy seasonal rain has delayed the start of the season, most farms are up and ready to go for the month of October. Check out this list of hot spots in MontCo to [...]

Corn Maze & Pumpkin Picking Guide 20182018-10-02T10:24:44-04:00

3 Arts and Craft Festivals for Late Summer Fun

2018-08-25T16:51:51-04:00

by Betsy Natter Buyers browse for unique gifts at the Craft Marketplace at Pennypacker Mills Summer vacations are over, kids are heading back to school, but the weather is still great for getting out in MontCo for weekend fun. September is a great time to check out one of these annual craft and [...]

3 Arts and Craft Festivals for Late Summer Fun2018-08-25T16:51:51-04:00

Spots for Great Patio Dining in MontCo

2018-06-19T09:38:40-04:00

by Betsy Natter Summer weather provides a great opportunity to dine al fresco and MontCo has some fantastic spots to enjoy a relaxing evening outdoors. Check out our list of great patios for dining outdoors this summer. Arpeggio B.Y.O.B. 1101 N Bethlehem Pk, Spring House, PA 19477 (215) 646-5055 Arpeggio is a community favorite located [...]

Spots for Great Patio Dining in MontCo2018-06-19T09:38:40-04:00

International Food Festival Provides Tastes from Afar

2017-09-12T12:38:47-04:00

By Betsy Natter Our country is privileged to host a melting pot of cultural customs and flavors among the makeup of our people. Yet while most of us enjoy can enjoy pizza from the shop around the corner, sushi from the display at the grocery store or dumplings when it’s time for take-out, some other [...]

International Food Festival Provides Tastes from Afar2017-09-12T12:38:47-04:00

Souderton Native Volunteers for Portland Community

2017-09-06T22:06:08-04:00

by Rick Burke, Navy Office of Community Outreach Public Affairs A 2000 graduate of Souderton High School and Souderton, Pennsylvania native, volunteers in the Portland, Maine community to help those in need. U.S. Navy Reserve Petty Officer 1st Class Michelle Bellino is a logistics specialist and Leading Petty Officer (LPO) serving at Surge Maine Bangor, [...]

Souderton Native Volunteers for Portland Community2017-09-06T22:06:08-04:00