Limerick Patch has your weekend covered. Check out some things to do in the area this weekend.
Patch has you covered on the weekends. We'll highlight some things you can do in the area this weekend, so stay tuned every Friday for your weekend essentials!
1. Friday and Saturday, All Day - Pennypacker Mills Victorian Holiday Tours at Pennypacker Mills.
Pennypacker Mills is decked out in its holiday best! Experience breathtaking decorations in the Victorian style, echoing the importance of music for the family and visitors.
This year's theme, "A Currier and Ives Christmas" depicts winter scenes of the 19th century. Nathanial Currier and James Ives were the most prolific and successful printers in the U.S. of their time. Their prints were quintessential Americana, and became among the most popular wall-hangings of the day. Inside the Pennypacker mansion, centerpieces, mantle decorations and table decor will reflect man of the duo's most popular wintry scenes.
Also see handmade decorations, evergreens, and much more to remind you that Christmas as we know it today was a tradition in-the-making in 1900!
Guided tours available during regular hours, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. Closed Mondays, and Dec. 24 and 25, and Jan. 1.
2. Sunday, 1 p.m. - Make n' Mold Candy Making Demonstration - Filled Mint Christmas Candies at A.C. Moore.
A.C. Moore will host Make n' Mold Candy Making Demonstrations on Sundays from 1 to 3 p.m.
On Nov. 27, see the Filled Mint Christmas Candies demo.
3. Sunday, 6 p.m. - Buy & Decorate Free at A.C. Moore
On Nov. 27, from 1 to 4 p.m., buy a Glitter-It Glass Ornament A.C. Moore, and decorate it free!
Also during this time, see a wreath decorating demonstration.
The lights go down, the music goes up and the fog rolls in. Saturday Jackpot is for older teens and adults.
The price includes two hours of unlimited bowling and shoe rental, as well as dance-club-style laser and light show, 10-foot screens to view music videos, live DJ and door prizes.
No reservations required. First come, first served.
5. Sunday, 9 a.m. - Journey Church - Phoenixville Campus
Since Journey Church began we made it our pledge to always remember that we exist for those "NOT YET HERE."
In the Gospel of Luke, chapter 15, Jesus told a parable about a "lost" sheep. The condensed version of the story is that the good shepherd had 100 sheep, lost one, and was left with 99. He could have been alright with that, because 99 is pretty good. But Jesus said that a "good" shepherd would leave the 99 and go after the 1.
This story has become our mantra. Jesus has done some amazing stuff in our short history, but we aren't satisfied! We believe that as His church we are called to go after the one. We exist for those who are still far from Christ! Everything we do is about reaching people far from Christ with the good news of God's grace, hope, and forgiveness!
Join us on Sundays at the Colonial at 11:30am