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Elverson Parade theme Under the Big Top brings big crowd

By Carol Quaintance For Digital First Media|

Kutztown Community Calendar Nov. 2

Send events to lmitchell@berksmontnews.com by Wednesday noon a week prior to publication. Note Kutztown Patriot calendar. ...

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  • Free Sharing Library Boxes installed in Honey Brook community

    The Friends of the Honey Brook Community Library have been supplying free books to the community by the use of Free Sharing Library Boxes.

    From Honey Brook Community Library|

  • St. Mark’s Church Honey Brook hosts Holiday Bazaar Nov. 11

    St. Mark’s Episcopal Church at 1040 Chestnut Tree Road in Honey Brook is holding its annual Holiday Bazaar and Merchant Fair on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The elves have kept their fingers busy all year creating beautiful hand-made items to purchase, and give as gifts.

    From St. Mark’s Episcopal Church|

  • Hamburg Community Calendar Nov. 2

    Submit to Calendar: E-mail event listings to lmitchell@berksmontnews.com. Note Hamburg Item Calendar in e-mail subject.

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  • Twin Valley 4th graders blindfolded for White Cane Day

    Susan Sanger’s 4th grade class at Twin Valley Elementary Center celebrated White Cane Day on Oct. 16, in support of her student, Morgan Roy.

    By Emily Branch Twin Valley Elementary Center|

  • Tri County Record Community Calendar 10-31

    Submit events about 10 days in advance of publication date to editor@tricountyrecord.com.

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  • News

    The Young Americans Workshop to be held Nov. 16-18 in Sinking spring

    Kids grades 3-12 are preparing for the opportunity of a lifetime when they will take classes and perform with California-based, The Young Americans. This nonprofit music, dance and performance company will make a tour stop at Wilson West Middle School in Sinking Spring from November 16th through 18th, during its Fall East Coast Tour. The Young Americans are committed to inspiring the world through global music outreach and performance excellence among audiences of all ages. The organization...

    From Carolyn Petersen|

  • News

    UGI warns customers of phone scam

    A number of UGI customers in both its natural gas and electric service areas have received phone calls stating that they owe money for their energy bills and that non-payment would result in having their service shut off later that day.

    From UGI|

  • Opinion

    A Look Back in History: English architecture by Germanic builders, architecture of the PA Dutch

    America’s early hinterland houses, built of native stone, are more than just well-constructed dwellings, they reveal the desire of the frontier inhabitants to be part of the architectural fashion of the day.

    By Richard L.T. Orth Columnist|

  • Opinion

    REFLECTIONS: The pause that refreshes

    Many of us, myself included, don’t seem to live in the present anymore. That’s because we never fully engage in a given moment because we’re always in a hurry to move on to something else.

    By Mike Zielinski Columnist|

  • Opinion

    Welcome to my world: Creating my bucket list; be on Ellen Show, do impression of frying bacon

    On our date night, maybe two years ago, my husband and I decided to start a bucket list. I think each of us might have placed two things on our list, ended up chatting about them, and never got any farther. Today, I decided to start again and this time I was going to finish it.

    By Carole Christman Koch Columnist|

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