Montgomery County is “Going Green” this weekend! With the easing of some of the COVID-19 restrictions comes more options of things to do. Here are a few suggestions of ways to get out, have fun, and support local businesses this weekend. (Of course, we encourage you to make decisions that fit your family’s situation and follow safety guidelines.)
Find even more things to do this season by checking out our 2020 Montgomery County Summer Guide. (Tip: We’ll be updating it as more things open up, so you’ll want to bookmark that page!)
Pick Zinnias at Maple Acres Farm
When: Daily from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Where: 2656 Narcissa Road, Plymouth Meeting
Pick-your-own zinnias just opened at Maple Acres Farm! Feel free to bring your own bucket and scissors. Flowers are 4 for $1.
Start Celebrating the 4th Early with the Kiwanis Club of Ambler Independence Day Kick-off Parade
When: Saturday, June 27 at 12:30 p.m.
Where: Streets of Ambler
In lieu of their traditional fireworks and carnival this year, the Kiwanis Club organized a truck parade through many of the borough streets and parts of lower Gwynedd. Stay on your porch or in your yard, and have your earmuffs ready! Be on the lookout for #AmblerStrong swag and treats for the kids. Check out the Facebook event for posts with a map of the neighborhoods on the route.
Enjoy Live Music & Drinks at McAllister Brewing Company’s 1st Summer Concert of 2020
When: Saturday, June 27 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: 810 Dickerson Road, North Wales
McAllister’s is celebrating going green with the first night of their Summer Outdoor Concert Series. Justin Love and Tom Duffy will be performing outside. Indoor seating will also be available. McAllister Brewing Company is a Happening List Finalist.
Get Ready to Laugh at Stand Up Night at the Wake’s Beer Garden
When: Saturday, June 27 from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Wake Coffee Roasters, 133 S. Main Street, Ambler
Wake Coffee is hosting a night of comedy hosted by Ambler celebrity, Jon Koppel at their new outdoor space. The line up includes comedians Megan Goetz, Erik Terrell and Marc Staudenmaier, plus live music by Life in Progress. Bring your own chairs. Forest and Main will be on hand to sell beer, but you can also BYO. Tickets are $12.
Celebrate Pride Month with Walks and Festivals
The Color Schwenksville with Pride event is family friendly with a variety of vendors and entertainment. Wear your mask and head to Meadow Park on Saturday, June 27 between 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
The Lansdale Pride Walk will take place on Sunday, June 28 at noon. Visit the Facebook Event page for route and details.
Hit the Gym!
Montgomery County enters the “green phase” on Friday, June 26, meaning that gyms can now open with restrictions in place. If you’re looking for the best gyms and studios in Bucks, take a look at our 2020 Happening List under the Wellness section.
Make a Hair Appointment!
As of Friday, June 26, salons and barbers are BACK in business! No walk-ins are permitted, so you’ll want to call to make an appointment ASAP. If you’re looking for a new place, take a look at our Happening List Winners & Finalists! And if you’re looking for even more ideas to improve the way you look and feel this summer, check out our 2020 Summer Health & Beauty Guide.