Here is a look at what's going on this week in the Perkiomen Valley. To add an event to our Patch calendar to share with the community, click here.
A Schwenksville Club Scout Pack 105 Recruiting Event will be held on Monday at 6:30 p.m. If you ever wondered “Are you Tougher Than a Cub Scout?” find out at the Rita’s of Zieglerville.
Spring City Fellowship will hold a men’s meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday at 540 Glass Ave. in Spring City. “Meeting with other men who face the same complexities of live is a good way to start a new season of activities,” according to the organization.
On Tuesday, a the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Women of the Workforce Luncheon will be held at Spring Ford Country Club in Royersford. The event begins at 11:30 a.m., when Laurie Cusic, President, Beacon Leadership Strategies, LLC will discuss “Powerful Presentation Skills”.
Thursday morning at 7 a.m., the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce is at it again with a September Membership Breakfast, featuring a panel of area school superintendents, including David Goodin of the Spring-Ford Area School District, Shellie Feola of Pottsgrove School District, and many more. The event will be held at the Brookside Country Club in Pottstown.
On Thursday at 6 p.m., residents are invited to enjoy a variety of area fare the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation’s ‘Farmer and the Chef’ fundraiser at the Copperfield Inn at Lakeside in Limerick. Guests will enjoy tastes from many of “the area’s most sought-after restaurants” and an open bar for a cost of $45 — funds will go towards the Collegeville Farmers Market.
Spring City Fellowship is having a busy week – on Thursday, it will hold a “Night to Honor our Veterans” by a showing of the film “Last Ounces of Courage.”
Ursinus College will present two saxophone events this week on Thursday and Sunday. George Wolfe and James Helton will be featured Thursday at 7:30 p.m., presenting saxophone and piano music inspired by world cultures. On Sunday, the Junction Saxophone Quartet, comprised of Todd Goranson, Amanda Heim, Holly Hubbs, and Samuel Lorber, will perform at 4 p.m.