Montgomery County, PA Events

As Daylight Lengthens, Calendards Awake

Once clocks spring ahead one hour in early March, it's easy to imagine winter 2015 behind us. In the glow of added sunlight and generally rising temperatures, events across Montgomery County pop up like brave crocuses.

  • The King of Prussia Mall draws visitors from all over the world, so to make them feel at home, area chefs cater to culinary traditions of numerous ethnic backgrounds and traditions. These extensive menus come together in dineKOP Restaurant Week, running throughout King of Prussia March 2-8, 2015. This is your chance to enjoy a favorite item or explore the flavors of other cultures - all at steep discounts and prix-fixe convenience. If you're situated further north in Montgomery County, take advantage of the Jenkintown Restaurant Week, March 2-5. 2015, highlighting a dozen of the borough's best foodie destinations.
  • If the winter blahs hang on in your household, laugh them away with tickets to Unnecessary Farce at Act II Playhouse through March 22. This evening of slapstick involves side-by-side motel rooms and an ever-present confusion as to who is where and why. The Syracuse Post-Standard theater critic calls it "The funniest two hours of theater I have seen in several years."
  • Local superstar Bobby Rydell takes the stage at Sunnybrook Ballroom March 28. Rydell has been a superstar on the music scene since the early 1960s, when he became the youngest performer to headline at the New York nightclub The Copacabana. A film career followed, including a lead role in the 1964 film version of Bye Bye Birdie. Rydell's smooth style brings thoughts of warmer weather, especially with his hit "Wildwood Days."
  • The Wharton Esherick Museum re-opens after its winter hibernation, welcoming visitors beginning in March. The whimsical home of craftsman Wharton Esherick is tucked in the woods near Valley Forge National Historical Park, and visitors can fully explore both his fanciful designs and his engineering ingenuity. The spiral staircase alone is reason to visit; its spiral shape comes from the fact that it is an actual mastodon tusk.
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“The Making of a Hero: The Life of Major General Galusha Pennypacker”

January 20, 2015 to March 15, 2015
(Recurring daily)
Pennypacker Mills
5 Haldeman Rd, Schwenksville, PA 19473

This special exhibit highlights the extraordinary life of Major Gene...more

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30th Anniversary Celebration

March 02, 2015 to March 14, 2015
(Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Shady Maple Smorgasbord
129 Toddy Drive, East Earl, PA 17519

Smorgasbord Features
BREAKFAST
Smorgasbord; Grilled St...more

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Act II Playhouse presents Unnecessary Farce

February 24, 2015 to March 20, 2015
(Recurring daily)
Act II Playhouse, Ltd.
56 E. Butler Ave., Ambler, PA 19002
"A show that's unafraid to strip down to its silly undergarments to ...more
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Art After 5

Started October 31, 2014
(Every Friday)
Philadelphia Musuem of Art
Benjamin Franklin Pkwy and 26th St, Philadelphia, PA 19130
A unique blend of entertainment with an eclectic mix of international mus...more
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Friday Night Wine Tastings

Started July 11, 2014
(Every Friday)
100 Old Gulph Road, Gulph Mills, PA 19428
Join our sommelier, Alex (Bordeaux native) as you taste and learn about 6...more
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Happy Hour

Started September 29, 2014
(Recurring daily)
Valley Forge Casino Resort
1160 First Ave, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Enjoy $2.00 off craft draft beers and free bar bites every day from 5:30 ...more
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