Where to Spend the Final Hours of 2016

By Betsy Natter If you’re still looking for something to keep yourself or the family entertained on New Year’s Eve – day or night - check out these ideas. There’s a variety of activities for those who have an early bedtime and opportunities to celebrate for those seeing in the New Year at midnight. Plus, [...]

2017 Montgomery County’s New Year’s Eve Guide

by Elizabeth Rooney Happy 2017, Montgomery County! Pop some bubbly and countdown to your New Year at one of the many fabulous events happening in Montgomery County: Brittingham’s 640 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA For $10 per person you have complimentary champagne, live music with GO HAM and all of your friends! Beat the cover and come [...]

2016 Montgomery Holiday Guide, presented by BKZ Consulting

by Edie Weinstein  Your 2016 Holiday Guide is sponsored by BKZ Consulting Partners, LLC, a veteran-owned credit card processing provider based in North Wales. BKZ manages and maintains relationships with the best processing and merchant services companies in the United States and delivers that expertise to local businesses. First-hand experience of the strengths and weaknesses [...]

Montgomery County Commissioners Holiday Celebration

The Montgomery County Commissioners will light the County tree, menorah, and kinara celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa at 4:15pm on Thursday, December 15, 2016. The brief ceremony will take place on the plaza level of the courthouse overlooking Main Street in Norristown. WHO:           Montgomery County Commissioners Dr. Val Arkoosh, Josh Shapiro, and Joe Gale WHAT:         [...]

Birdwatching at Lorimer Park

Explore Lorimer Park, an official Audubon IBA (Important Bird Area) during an Audubon Bird Town Bird Walk on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 8:30am to look for winter resident birds. All are welcome, including new birders and experienced birders alike. Leaders will be from the Wyncote Audubon Society. Participants are encouraged to bring their own [...]

“Colonial Wreaths and Kissing Balls” Holiday Workshop

Learn about holiday decorations from the colonial era and make a mini-wreath and mistletoe “kissing ball” in a workshop led by Museum Educator, Lynn Symborski, at Pottsgrove Manor on Sunday, December 18, 2016 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Crafters may bring their own greens or use those provided at the session. This program is suitable for [...]