Recreation Archive

Now You Can Take Fido For An 18th Century Walk

A new, 1.25-mile trail for people and pets has opened at

Canal Association Joins GoodSearch For Funding

The revenue it will receive from donor designations is small, the

Astrophotography Topic Of Society’s Nov. 9 Meet

Members of the ChesMont Astronomical Society are due to hear about

MontCo’s Not Just Location, But An ‘Experience’

With Video. That's the theme of a new video launched last

Weeds Go Up In Smoke At Valley Forge Park

Firefighters conducted a controlled burn of 18 acres there Thursday in

Rebuilt S-F Arboretum Dedication Set For Oct. 18

The ceremony that officially reopens the Spring-Ford Area School District memorial

Limerick’s State Rep Holds October Health Expo

Rep. Mark Painter will conduct his free and second annual Senior

See Experience Quilters At Work In Wentz Visit

A special "airing" of vintage quilts, accompanied by professionals who know

Beautiful Butterflies Abound Saturday In Royersford

Upper Schuylkill Valley Park's fifth annual butterfly day has all sorts

Passport Expired? Rely Saturday On Prothonotary

Montgomery County Prothonotary Mark Levy's Norristown office will open Saturday (Sept.

Learn About Rain Gardens In Oaks, Then Plant One

Two Sept. 27 morning presentations at Lower Perkiomen Valley Park in

Go Fish, With A Really Cheap Labor Day License

Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat Commission has a fishing license bargain for

Researchers Say Fit Children Have Beefier Brains

Children who exercise and are physically fit may not necessarily be

Governor Gives Montgomery County A Tourism Boost

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett paddled a kayak across the Schuylkill River

As The Sun Glints Off The Water, Off They Go

It's an enjoyable thing to take a boat ride on a