Goat Yoga, Anyone?

July 21st, 2022

In Plymouth Meeting, giggles and goats go hand in hand with downward dogs. It’s all part of the Namaaaste Goat Yoga program at Harriet Wetherill Park. A triple threat to de-stress, goat yoga is a great way to break from your normal mindset and reap the benefits of animal/laughter therapy and yoga Read More...

Montco Summer Camps

April 19th, 2022

Summer will soon be here, along with the potential for bored kids and frazzled parents. The solution is summer camp! Treat your kids to fun and friendship this year at one or more of the many summer camp options available in awesome Montgomery County. This Guide to 2022 Camps offers something for every interest from music and dance to adventure, sports and more Read More...

All Aboard the Bunny Express!

April 5th, 2022

Just over the Montco border, there’s a bunny riding the rails – and you’re invited to come along! Join the fun and make some memories on the Colebrookdale Railroad’s Easter Bunny Express, happening Saturday, April 16. Join Peter Cottontail on an open car ride that will include an Easter egg hunt, snacks, an Easter-themed coloring book and 10 prefilled Easter eggs Read More...

Ski, Skate and Snowboard in Montco!

March 24th, 2022

There still time to enjoy cold weather fun in wonderful Montgomery County. In fact, there’s one place where you can play in the snow, even when snow’s been a no-show for most of this season. We’re talking about Spring Mountain in Spring Mount, just outside of Schwenksville. This family-friendly spot offers skiing, snowboarding and ice skating all in one location Read More...

Montco Small Business Saturday

November 26th, 2021

For this year’s holiday shopping, Montgomery County invites you to Make It Main Street on November 27. That’s the date for this year’s Small Business Saturday, an event that encourages you to skip the mall and get away from online shopping. Instead, take a stroll through beautiful towns, browse unique shops and support Montco’s many small businesses Read More...

Kid-Friendly Fall Festivals

October 28th, 2021

Fall in Montgomery County is the perfect season for family fun. Whether your little ones love hayrides to the pumpkin patch, creating scarecrows,  making magic with Harry Potter, or communing with nature or animals, there’s a long list of seasonal experiences to enjoy. Check out these 9 Family Friendly Fall Festivals in Montgomery County and Valley Forge for dates and details Read More...

No Pool? Go Natural!

August 24th, 2021

This summer has been extremely hot in our area – and the dog days of August are here. Even if you don’t have a pool, or belong to a swim club, you can feel the joy of diving into cool, refreshing water. Just head to one of the many natural swimming spots within driving distance in the Philadelphia region Read More...

Resolved to Organize? Here’s How.

March 3rd, 2021

With the pandemic keeping kids and parents stuck at home, things around the house may have become a bit messy. Maybe you made a New Year’s resolution to get things organized. If you’re having trouble with your motivation, here’s help. Larissa Runkle offers 6 Ridiculously Easy Organizing Resolutions You Can Actually Stick to This Year Read More...

Home for the Holidays

December 30th, 2020

Looks like we’re all staying home for the holidays this year.  But, that can be a good thing with these ideas from Houzz for creating a fun and festive holiday.  Their ideas include getting creative with decorating, celebrating outdoors and making the most of virtual gatherings with friends and family Read More...

Getting Fit for Fall Cleanup

December 2nd, 2020

Yes, the headline is correct.  You need to be in good shape to survive fall cleanup. That’s because lifting pumpkins, raking leaves, and other autumnal activities can be tough on your body, especially your lower back. Now’s the time to stretch and strengthen those muscles. The Philadelphia Inquirer offers these top tips for staying seasonally safe, with instructions from personal trainer and wellness coach Ashley B Read More...