If you don’t know what PDIDA is or what it stands for, read on.
The Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority is a special assessment district that provides benefits to businesses such as keeping the area safe and clean and helping with marketing. The Main Street Manager, Leighton Wildrick, works under their umbrella.
PDIDA is pronounced Puh-Dee-Duh. And, yes, it’s kind of musical!
And now the main reason for this post: PDIDA recently began updating their online calendar and it looks awesome! Please check it out HERE.
Also, please note the Hometown Holiday Celebrations that are happening on Fridays in December – the 3rd, 10th and 17th. There will be TONS to do downtown and it will be lit up and decorated!
To support the businesses, arts & restaurants, I’m hoping we can get a crowd together for a “High Street Holiday Hop” for December 3rd. The basic idea is to start at The Brick House at 5 pm and then every 30 minutes or so, move as a group to another venue. We can listen to the choirs and carolers along the way and eat, drink and shop our way up and down High Street. I’ll let you know more as the date gets closer.
In the meantime, be sure to bookmark PDIDA’s calendar!