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Peter Pan, Garden Tours and more in Pottstown this weekend

June 10, 2011

Peter Pan, A Musical Adventure continues at the Tri-County Peforming Arts Center! It runs Thursday through Sundays up until June 19. TriPAc is located at 245 E. High Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. This is a new version of Peter Pan and TriPaC is hosting the U. S. Premier. NY critics will be here to check it out. You’ll want to see it first, before it moves to Broadway! Go to TrIPAC.org to order tickets online. Prices are always discounted for students and seniors.

The Pottstown Roller Derby Rockstars will be at Tornetta’s  washing cars and raising money on Saturday from 9-1!  Stop by and get your car washed and help our hometown girls get their track! 

 Pottsgrove Manor is holding a special program this Sunday June 12 at 1:00pm In the lecture and demonstration, “Vinegar: When Good Alcohol Goes Bad,” Pottsgrove Manor’s historic site supervisor will talk about the many different types of vinegar, how they were made, and the ways in which they were used in 18th century households. Different types of vinegar will be on display, as well as colonial foods made with vinegar. Pottsgrover Manor, home of John Potts, colonial ironmaster and founder of Pottstown, is located at 100 W. King Street near the intersection of King and Route 100. A donation of $2 per person is suggested. Go to their website at http://historicsites.montcopa.org/pottsgrovemanor

 This is the final weekend for The Pottstown Art Show, presented by the Pottstown Area Artists Guild and The Hill School Center for the Arts. The show is be at the Hill’s Boyer Gallery until June 12. See the Artists Guild website at www. Paag.info for more details.

The Pottstown Area Garden Club’s annual Garden Tour is this Saturday, June 11th beginning at 10am.  Gardeners in Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Limerick and the surrounding areas will open their gardens up to the public.  Tickets are available at Gwendolynn’s Salon and Spa in Limerick and the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce. 

 

Not a garden club photo-just my own climbing roses

The friends of Edgewood Cemetery are hosting a volunteer day to get some work done at this historic site.  Come out and help with landscaping, cleaning up and more.  Visit their facebook page for more info. 

 

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