Register for Homestead Golf Open before Sept. 6

The Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead are hosting their third annual golf tournament fundraiser. Shotgun start at noon with four person scramble. Registration begins at 11 a.m. Cash prizes to teams that finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places (tie breakers to be determined by hardest hole). Additional prizes included hole-in-one, closest to the pin, longest drive, and money hole (50/50). Prizes will be awarded during the meal. Entrance cost includes greens fee with cart, prizes, and catered meal immediately following tournament with beer and soda. The tournament will be held at Arrowhead Golf Course, located at 1539 Weavertown Road, Douglassville, PA 19518.

For more information and to register, please contact Amanda Machik at 610-582-4900 or email info@danielboonehomestead.org. Registration deadline is Saturday, Sept. 6.

Proceeds from the tournament will go towards providing educational programs and events to the community and its visitors, including Hands-On History Days, Charter Day, Independence Day, Heritage Day, and A Homestead Christmas, and upkeep of the site’s rental facilities for scout groups, youth groups, and families. The mission of the Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead is to interpret the life of Daniel Boone; the experiences of the Maugridge and DeTurk families; and the settlement, development, and culture of the Oley Valley in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century and to provide recreational and educational opportunities to Pennsylvania and its visitors.

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The Daniel Boone Homestead is the birthplace of the famed frontiersman, born in 1734. The Boone House, constructed in three stages throughout the eighteenth century, is a 10-room stone structure fully furnished to the period and situated on 579 acres of rolling countryside. The Daniel Boone Homestead is located halfway between Reading and Pottstown, one mile north of Rt. 422 near Baumstown. The Homestead is owned by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and daily historic operations are run by the Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead, a local, non-profit organization. If you would like more information or would like to make a donation, please contact the Daniel Boone Homestead at 610-582-4900.

From Daniel Boone Homestead