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Saturday, June 12

  • Keep Healthy Next Week
    A weekly review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.

Friday, June 11

  • Look Away, Dixieland, From Schwenksville
    (With Video) The Civil War Reunion at Pennypacker Mills provided more than just history, old weapons, and tales of survival. There was musical entertainment too, and it inspired some to make interesting moves.
  • Cycles Roar Sunday For Renal Care
    A motorcycle fund-raiser and family fun day at Black Rock Park in Oaks, that benefits research into kidney disease, launches for the second year this weekend.

Thursday, June 10

  • Meals On Wheels Honors 30-Year Volunteers
    The non-profit that distributes weekday meals to the elderly and disabled continues to count on two Collegeville volunteers who have been its drivers for decades.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Dance the night away at Sunnybrook (yowza!). Bang your head to hardcore and punk rock in Phoenixville (yikes!). Tempt your taste buds with strawberries in Sanatoga (yum!). Soothe your soul with Sunday music in a Pottstown park (ahhhh!).
  • College Children’s Program Recognized For Diversity
    A national organization presented MCCC and nine other organizations an award this week for diversity in their exemplary programs for children.

Wednesday, June 9

Tuesday, June 8

Monday, June 7

  • Civil Warriors Filled Schwenksville Woods
    A Civil War reunion at Montgomery County’s Pennypacker Mills historic site attracted both the ardent and the curious to two days filled with speakers, demonstrations, and authentic period dress, speech, and mannerisms.
  • Colonial Camp Relives Historic Summer
    The annual Peter Wentz Farmstead week-long summer camp for kids in Worcester promises to be a literal blast from the past.

Sunday, June 6

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