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100 E. High St.
Pottstown, PA 19464
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Nostalgia Nights on High Street


Pottstown Classics Car Club and Pottstown’s Bicentennial Celebration are joining forces to help celebrate 200 Years of Pottstown Pride! Join us downtown for Nostalgia Nights on High St. and at Smith Family Plaza at The Borough Hall for more family-friendly fun: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. 

Saturday August 1
Saturday September 5
 

For more information visit, www.pottstownclassics.com.

Pottsgrove Manor

Now through Sun., Nov. 8th during regular museum hours: Pride of Place - The Local Legacy of the Potts Family

In 2015, The Borough of Pottstown celebrates its 200th anniversary. By the time of its incorporation in 1815, the town's namesake, John Potts, was long gone, but the legacy of the Potts family lived on in the region. This exhibit will highlight the contributions of later generations of the Potts family to local history - and to preserving Pottsgrove Manor itself.

The “Pride of Place” exhibit can also be viewed during a guided tour of Pottsgrove Manor during regular museum hours through November 8th: Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm and Sunday from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Tours begin on the hour. The last tour of the day begins at 3:00pm. There is a $2.00 per person suggested donation for the tour.

July 18th , 1pm: Lecture/Demonstration: “In the Eye of the Beholder”

Standards of beauty have varied over the years, and just as clothing can mask problems and call attention to more desirable attributes, make-up can do the same. People in the 18th century did not have the cosmetic technologies we do today, but they did have various lotions, salves, and other
treatments to renew and enhance beauty. In this program, historian Dr. Clarissa F. Dillon will discuss colonial cosmetics,

Sat., Sep.19th from 11am to 3pm: Open-Hearth Cooking Demonstration: “Time for Tea”

Before declaring their independence, American colonists loved tea as much as their English brethren! Learn about tea in 18th-century America and watch as historic cook Ed Hulmes makes foods that Ruth Potts may have served alongside it.

Free Public Fun Fitness Events at Pottstown Athletic Club

Pottstown Athletic Club / CrossFit Pottstown along with Pottstown Brick House will host 6 Fun Fitness Events for 2015, these events will be free and open to the public followed by a Brick House Breakfast (these events are Free, however the breakfast is on you.) All of these events are encouraging the whole family to participate – everything is scaled to the participants ability, kids can ride their bikes alongside Mom and Dad running – there is a great time to be had by all! Look forward to seeing you there.

7 September 2015 – 4th Annual Labor Day Zombie Run starts at 8:00 am, Roughly 5 K urban run with 6 fitness stations along the way. Family friendly event – at this event the Kids get to dress up like Zombies and chase the parents through town. All stations are scalable to anyone’s capability. Followed by Breakfast at The Brick House!

    Summer Kingergarten Program

Carousel of Flavor

Pet Fair

Pottstown Police Officers Association
11th Annual Gregg Boyle Memorial Golf Tournament


Monday, September 28, 2015
Scramble - Shotgun Start at 12pm
Brookside Country Club


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The Pottstown Police Officers’ Association (PPOA) is delighted to announce the 11th Annual Gregg Boyle Memorial Golf Tournament. Gregg Boyle was a distinguished and highly decorated veteran of the Pottstown Police Department and a great supporter of PAL.

Gregg served both organizations proudly as he rapidly advanced through the rank and file; much of his work focused on children. Gregg was the Pottstown Police Department’s Juvenile Detective for several years until being promoted to Detective Sergeant. He was very active with PAL and was quickly appointed to the board as their Vice President. In October 1998, after a courageous battle, Gregg succumbed to cancer at the age of 46, a devastating and heartbreaking loss to the PPOA, PAL, and the community.

In memory of Gregg, the PPOA is hosting the golf tournament to celebrate his life and the effect he had on so many people. These funds will then be dispersed through the PPOA to benefit the children of Pottstown, and the surrounding area, for scholarships.

 For more information, contact Heather Long at or 610-970-6575.