MontCo Happening’s Weekend Picks: July 12 – July 14

2019-07-09T17:41:05-04:00

Food, beer, wine, movies, music, cars and even reptiles! There's a little of everything this weekend in MontCo. (Including a brand-new Bastille Day party!) Here are our picks for things to do. Remember to check out our 2019 Summer Guide for even more ideas. Trails on Tap: Valley Forge National Historical Park When: July 10-12 [...]

MontCo Happening’s Weekend Picks: July 12 – July 142019-07-09T17:41:05-04:00

10 Spots for Great Outdoor Dining in MontCo

2019-05-28T10:55:41-04:00

By Betsy Natter One of the best parts of summer is the opportunity to be outside – even to eat! MontCo has no shortage of great spots to relax with a drink and well-prepared food while enjoying beautiful vistas, great music or magical moments with friends. Check out our picks for top spots for Outdoor [...]

10 Spots for Great Outdoor Dining in MontCo2019-05-28T10:55:41-04:00

MontCo Memorial Day Guide 2019

2019-05-28T10:55:03-04:00

Memorial Day is about honoring our fallen soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice while fighting for America and its citizens. Communities throughout Montgomery County will have music, floats, and waving flags honoring America’s soldiers this Memorial Day Weekend. Conshohocken Memorial Day Weekend Flag Planting Saturday, May 25 at 10 a.m. Help VFW Post 1074 honor [...]

MontCo Memorial Day Guide 20192019-05-28T10:55:03-04:00

Corn Maze & Pumpkin Picking Guide 2018

2019-08-21T09:49:21-04:00

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 20182019-08-21T09:49:21-04:00

Holiday House Tour in Historic Trappe

2017-11-20T12:03:29-04:00

Get in the holiday spirit with a tour of eight private homes, historic houses, and churches along the Main Street corridor. It's all happening on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017 between noon and 4 p.m. Stops include: Grange Hall, with a display of Swedish Christmas decorations Speaker's House, where the new corner fireplaces will be lit [...]

Holiday House Tour in Historic Trappe2017-11-20T12:03:29-04:00

Oktoberfest Fun: German History, Heritage, Gardening and Great Food

2017-10-03T07:47:09-04:00

Celebrate the Trappe area's German heritage at a family-friendly Oktoberfest held on the grounds of The Speaker's House on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m..   Enjoy live music, delicious food, 18th century trade demonstrations, colonial kids' games, and locally-made artisanal wares. Learn about the historic house's ongoing restoration on a behind-the-scenes tour and [...]

Oktoberfest Fun: German History, Heritage, Gardening and Great Food2017-10-03T07:47:09-04:00

Trappe Community Day

2017-09-13T21:25:42-04:00

This year’s Annual Trappe Community Day will be held on Saturday, September 23 from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm at Water Works Park (W 1st Ave Trappe, PA, PA 19426).  Rain date is Saturday, September 30. It will be a day of family fun, featuring activities for children, music, stage performances & demonstrations for the enjoyment of all [...]

Trappe Community Day2017-09-13T21:25:42-04:00

Free Band Concert in Honor of Trappe’s 300th

2017-08-04T12:17:16-04:00

Elected Officials include: Scott Martin, Stu Strauss, Cong Ryan Costello, Mayor Connie Peck, Nevin Scholl, Cathy Johnson, Rep Tom Quigley, Pat Webster, and Sen Senator Bob Mensch Celebrate Trappe's 300th anniversary with a free performance by the Montgomery County Concert Band on Friday, August 4, from 7 to 9 p.m at Perkiomen Valley Middle School [...]

Free Band Concert in Honor of Trappe’s 300th2017-08-04T12:17:16-04:00

Trappe Celebrates 300th Anniversary in 2017

2017-01-30T09:42:52-04:00

Elected Officials include: Scott Martin, Stu Strauss, Cong Ryan Costello, Mayor Connie Peck, Nevin Scholl, Cathy Johnson, Rep Tom Quigley, Pat Webster, and Sen Senator Bob Mensch Trappe, Pennsylvania, is celebrating its 300th anniversary in 2017. The festivities kicked off with a special celebration on Saturday, January 28, 2017. The Borough was settled in [...]

Trappe Celebrates 300th Anniversary in 20172017-01-30T09:42:52-04:00

Corn Maze Mania

2016-12-10T16:19:28-04:00

by Betsy Natter Nothing says outdoor fall fun like tramping through acres of cornfields, searching for clues, hitting dead ends, and hopefully finding the exit. Believed to be the first in the U.S., a corn maze created in Annville, PA near Lebanon Valley College in 1993 drew thousands of visitors. Since then, thousands of detailed [...]

Corn Maze Mania2016-12-10T16:19:28-04:00