Top 5 Things To Do In Phoenixville - Week of April 30th

Tuesday, May 1st: Soap making class - Come, get crafty and create your own handmade soap starting at 7pm at Phoenixville Public Library. Friday, May 4th: Le Buzz Ribbon Cutting – Join the Chamber of Commerce to welcome Phoenixville’s newest member! Located at 27 S. Main Street, Phoenixville. Friday, May 4th: First Friday – First Friday’s are back and a great time to experience all the Downtown Phoenixville has to offer. Saturday, May 5th: Food Truck Festival – Come downtown and enjoy food from more than 30 different food trucks and vendors. Saturday, May 5th: Phoenixville Farmer’s Market – Head under Gay Street Bridge for a producer/grower market committed to provided locally grown, fresh fo

Storm Water Drain Decals

On Tuesday, April 24th, the Borough of Phoenixville, in Partnership with the Delaware Estuary, installed and unveiled art decals. Located on Bridge Street across from the Police Department, the decals are placed near a drain. Representatives from the Delaware Estuary, along with Community engagement coordinator Katie Detwiler, installed the decals, which turned out to be an efficient process with a poignant message.Its good to see community efforts to keep the town clean and efficient.

Phoenixville Borough Unveils New Public Works Building

On Thursday, April 12th. In front of a crowd of spectators, The Borough of Phoenixville, led by Mayor Peter Urscheler, unveiled the new, state of the art facility that will house the utilities of the Borough’s public works. Located on 2nd Avenue, the building was completed in December 2017, but officially unveiled in April. According to Borough Council President James Kovaleski, the need for a new building was necessary. According to Borough Council President James Kovaleski, the need for a new building was necessary. Efficiency and ease of access is something that Street Superintendent Eric Dennis is eager to utilize. In all, the new facility will be a much-needed upgrade to the borough, wh

Top 5 Things To Do In Phoenixville

Another busy weekend here in Phoenixville! Thursday, April 26th: Bookbinding class PA Maker space 6pm. At PA Makerspace you can learn the skill of binding your own creative sketchbook using the Coptic method. Discover how motivating it is to draw in a book that you have created! Saturday, April 28th: A Whole Lot of LuLu Vintage & Handmade Market from 10am - 4pm rain or shine! Saturday, April 28th: Food Truck Craze Food Truck Festival - Phoenixville Edition. From 11 - 6pm . Food Truck Craze is excited to announce our first food truck festival of the 2018 season at the Shoppes at Valley Forge. Free admission, free parking! Saturday, April 28th: 45th Annual Yellow Springs Art Show opening day.

Best College Vaules

With the cost of college tuition growing higher by the year, it’s becoming more and more crucial to pick a school that not only offers a quality degree, but a quality price as well. A personal finance and business forecast publishing site named Kiplinger has gathered information on 1,200 public and private 4-year schools in order to come up with an overall value system. Some of the categories that play into the rating include graduation rates, cost and financial aid, academic support, and average student debt upon graduation, among other things. Of the 300 schools that made the list, 19 of them are in Pennsylvania. The top spot for PA is Swarthmore College, located 11 miles outside of Philad

2018 Phoenixville Chamber Annual Golf Outing

Tuesday, April 24th is the Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Golf Outing at Rivercrest Golf Club. Although last years outing was not picture perfect for golf, everyone who participated made the most of the day with friends and colleagues. Rivercrest Golf Club offers a championship course that is both beautiful and challenging for the golfers. There will be lunch, dinner, door prizes, and an awards ceremony! For more information and to register for the event visit the chambers website! www.phoenixvillechamber.org

Phoenixville Food Truck Festival

Here it comes, Phoenixville. The Spring Food Truck Festival! Head into town Saturday, May 5th from 12-6pm. Over 25 trucks offering crepes,to cannolis, spring rolls to soul food, water ice to ice cream and everything in between! Get all the details by visiting phoenixvillefoodfestival.com. It's going to be trucking awesome!

The Arts Of PCC Member Showcase

Phoenixville Country Club is the place to be Friday, April 20th. The Arts of PCC Member Showcase will be highlighting all Country Club members that have an artistic talent! From 5:30-8:30pm there will be artists, published authors, musicians and culinary cuisine. This event is FREE and open to the public so get your creative juices flowing and don’t miss this awesome event!

Health Care Access Roast & Toast

On Saturday, April 7th, Health Care Access held a Roast & Toast in honor of Mr. Steve Tullman. located at the Columbia Station on Bridge St, the event was to celebrate the commitment to community and Philanthropic spirit of Mr. Tullman, while also having some good-spirited fun at his expense. Stand-outs include: a short video segment from friends and employees. For over 13 years, Steve has served as President and CEO of Phoenixville Hospital, now Tower Health. A special video message was also pre-recorded by Dr. Fredric Cohen, who made a striking comparison to a famous figure. In all, the event was a special night of wining and dining that helped raise further awareness and funds for the pro

Cure Pennsylvania

The use of medical marijuana was made into law in May 2016, and the result has caused a new business to open its doors and offer medicine to the ailing masses. A company called “Cure” has gotten clearance to open up a dispensary in Pennsylvania, and so far, it’s planted its roots in Lancaster, Fort Washington, and right here in Phoenixville. COO Ryan Smith was excited to get the business off the ground and hop on the back of our soaring Phoenix. A dispensary is a government regulated building that offers different types of cannabis products that are allowed by lawmakers, including but not limited to oils, pills, tinctures, and vapes. To have access to any of these, you first need to qualify

What's Going On In The Heart Of Phoenixville?

Ann’s Heart is proud to introduce our newest initiative - the HEART. In an effort to support our growing community and honor one of the institutions that helped to shape Phoenixville, our organization is “re-imagining” the Sacred Heart School as a Community Education Center. We hope to provide a space for growth and education so that Phoenixville can continue to be the caring, civically minded, and amazing community that we know it to be. And that we can inspire and build community through the sharing of skills, knowledge, and education. Join us on Sunday, April 29th from 1PM to 4PM for an open house, with presentations and tours every hour. 149 Hall Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460 *Eve

Phoenixville All Abilities Playground Dough Raiser

On Monday, April 9th. The Phoenixville Jaycees and Kiwanis club are holding a benefit in partnership with UNO Pizzeria & Grill in Oaks. Known as a Dough raiser, the event is to raise money for the continuing funding of the All Abilities Playground at Reeves Park. The event is from open to close, and Uno will donate up to 20% of your check to the Phoenixville Jaycees and Kiwanis Club. The fundraiser is good for all orders, which includes: lunch, Dinner, alcohol, curbside take-out, and local lunch delivery. All you have to do is print the flier and present it to your server for the fundraiser to take effect. However, if you don’t have a flier, simply ask for a copy to ensure that the fundrai

Chesco Pops Spring Concert

Sunday, April 22nd The Chesco Pops Spring Concert will take place in the auditorium of the Phoenixville Area Middle School. This concert is open to the general public and seating is available up to the capacity of the auditorium. Refreshments are also free! For those of you who haven't heard the Chesco Pops orchestra before you won't want to miss this spectacular event! Musical director, Joseph Gehring, promises to have an amazing show. Also performing at this concert will be the Phoenixville Area High School's Concert Choir under the direction of Kate Nice. So, come celebrate 20 years of giving back to the great Phoenixville community!

Top 5 Things To Do In Phoenixville: April 2nd

Wednesday, April 4th: National Walking Day: Come celebrate National Walking Day with Activate Phoenixville Area (APA)! They will be leading a short, brisk walk on the Schuylkill River Trail starting at 12:30pm on April 4th. Enjoy a lunchtime walk, learn about pre- and post-workout nutrition, and receive fitness-themed giveaways! Meet at the covered bridge behind the Phoenixville Foundry and bring your friends! Friday, April 6th: Family Game Night & Dinner at Steel City Coffeehouse: Starting at 5pm stop in for dinner, soups, homemade ice cream and desserts! Board games will be available on a first come first serve basis! Saturday, April 7th: Barnstone LIVE! Art Spectacular: Barnstone Live! Ar

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