Category Archives: Arts and Letters

On this beautiful Saturday…Cherry Blossoms and Indie Bookstores!

April showers do bring flowers – now that the fog has burned away, the sun is shining, and the air is warming, why not take a drive over the Allentown Cherry Blossom Festival at Cedar Creek Parkway/ Cedar Beach where … Continue reading

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This Weekend Beyond the Craft Fairs

Palm Schwenkfelder Church (833 Gravel Road, Palm, PA) hosts their annual Ladies’ Aid Holiday Bazaar and The North Penn Holiday Craft Fair – a juried arts and crafts show – (1340 S Valley Forge Road, Lansdale, PA) are both taking place on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Author Reading & Book Signing on Sunday!

Spend Sunday afternoon, June 4th, in East Greenville with visiting Australian author (and ex-pat American) Laura Goodin; free refreshments, a chance to attend a book reading, talk with the author, and maybe buy a book or two (some proceeds of … Continue reading

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Bishop’s Olde & Rare Books opens Saturday in East Greenville

After a long drought, a new bookstore, albeit one that sells rare and old books, will be opening in the Upper Perkiomen Valley this Saturday, July 16, 2016. Naturally, I couldn’t resist stopping by, as soon as I heard the … Continue reading

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Poetry Cafe at UPHS Library tonight!

Stop by the Upper Perkiomen High School Library on Friday, March 18, 2016, between 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. for an amazing night of sci-fi (science fiction) themed performances by Upper Perk students and teachers. The program will include poetry, … Continue reading

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