Great Picks for Spring Pics

May 3rd, 2022

Spring is a perfect season to pull out the camera (or cell phone) and snap pics of nature in all its blooming glory. If you live in Montgomery County, or close to it, you have a wealth of scenic beauty close by. Whether your muse is wildlife, nature, landscapes or waterways there’s a destination for you 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...

Take a Hike

January 12th, 2022

During this time of COVID resurgence, getting outside for a walk in the woods is a safe, enjoyable way to pass the time. If you live in or near Montgomery County, you can take advantage of almost 60 miles of regional county trails connecting greenways, waterways and heritage corridors. This map shows all of the county trails and how they connect far and wide 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...

Go Fourth and Sparkle!

July 3rd, 2019

Nothing says summer like July 4th fireworks – and no place offers more sparkling, booming fun than Montgomery County. But fireworks are just the beginning of this area’s Independence Day celebrations. From concerts to parades, carnivals and cookouts, Montco is the place to be for festive, family-friendly events Read More...

WWII Weekend at Valley Forge

April 30th, 2019

Attention all history buffs! Fall in for a weekend of live WWII action, fashion and music at the upcoming WWII Weekend at Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge. Scheduled for May 4-5, the event is sponsored by the The Military Living History Association. Step back into the 1940s with World War II encampments set up throughout the 42-acre Medal of Honor Grove Read More...

Best Places to Live in Montgomery County

February 27th, 2019

Livability is what makes a community stand out as a “best place” to call home. Every year, Niche.com compiles its list of the most livable communities.  Niche ranks the overall quality of an area by reviewing a wide variety of factors, including schools, cost of living, housing, diversity, health, jobs, nightlife, outdoor activities, commuting methods – even the number of sunny days Read More...

November in Marvelous Montco!

November 21st, 2018

Sal Paone Builders loves to create communities in Montgomery County.  That’s because this lively area offers so many lifestyle amenities, all year around.  Take November, for example.  It’s chock full of fun, activities and excitement for everyone in the family.  See a Revolutionary encampment, enjoy a beer and cider festival, take in a concert, watch a dog show or fox hunt, or plan a candlelight Christmas tour of a Victorian mansion or colonial home Read More...

Summer Fun in Montgomery County

July 24th, 2018

School’s out for the summer.  That means parents are scrambling for ideas to keep tots and teens occupied.  If you live in Montgomery County that won’t be a problem.  Ride an old-time railroad, try a new cuisine, explore colonial history, visit zoo animals, see how chocolate is made, ride a bike trail or enjoy the many activities listed in the Montco Happenings Guide or the Valley Forge Kid-Friendly Guide Read More...