The art of blacksmithing in small classes at Fisher Forge. Make something functional or decorative. Gloves and safety glasses are needed. All other materials provided. Ages 18 and over. The class runs on four Monday evenings in March (March 4,11,18,25).
Four Twelve will be staying open later this evening to bring you extra food and drink specials, and an evening to gather with friends. This evening’s hours are from 6 pm to 8 pm.
Bus leaves Hamburg Middle School at 7:00 am. Drop off is on the Mall in Washington DC. Bus leaves Washington DC at 5:00 pm.
$50 per person. No refund unless seat can be filled.
Tickets for tasters include a meal, music by Olde 22, all beer, wine, and distillery tastings, and a tasting glass. Designated driver tickets for non-tasters include a meal and musical entertainment. Free parking at the event. Tickets are $40 in advance for tasters, $45 at the door. Tickets for non-tasters are $10.
Tickets can be purchased at Our Town Foundation by calling 610-562-3106 or on Eventbrite by using the link.
The “Bartram Breeze” 10K, 5K, and 2K courses. Kick off the race series with the flat and fast “Bartram Breeze.” Run the scenic John Bartram Trail, a Rail Trail starting at the Kernsville Dam Rec Area and winding through the scenic Schuylkill Gap. Registration open from 8:00 am-8:50 am. Race begins at 9:00 am. Entry fee depends upon the length of course (2K, 5K, or 10K) which is chosen.
This race is the first in a series of three races. The other dates are May 18 and June 22 of 2019. There is an option to pre-register for all three races and, for doing so, you will receive a free tech or poly-cotton race t-shirt. Click here for registration form.
Enjoy post-race DJ music entertainment, games for the kids, plenty of door prizes, cash awards, and a hot lunch.
More information can be found at www.BlueMountainWildlife.com under “Trail Race Series”
Easter and seasonal homemade baked goods and decorated cookies, candy, craft tables, decorated pysanky eggs, Easter flowers, braided palm, breakfast and lunch refreshments and soups available.
Join Mike Jesberger as he presents on the beginning of the Revolutionary War, showing slides of the area where the battles took place as well as replica American Militia uniforms. This program is free to the public and is sponsored by the Hamburg Public Library.
Spring Clean Up Day (weather permitting)
Meet at the Etchberger Community Park Pavilion. Free lunch for all volunteers. Sponsored by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, PennDOT, Hamburg Southgate, the Borough of Hamburg, St. John’s Thrivent Members, and Berks Packing.