KID-FRIENDLY JUNE EVENTS
Valley Forge & Montgomery County

Valley Forge and Montgomery County have events to please all ages, and this June, the calendar is packed with kid-friendly events that are fun for the whole family.

ST. SOPHIA SPRING GRECIAN FESTIVAL
June 1-5
St. Sophia Church, Saints Faith, Hope & Agape

St. Sophia Spring Grecian Festival

It's a carnival at St. Sophia Church, Jeffersonville, when the congregation hosts its annual Spring Grecian Festival June 1-5. Enjoy authentic Greek food and pastries, enjoy live music and dancing, and be sure to not miss the thrilling rides and amusements.

CIVIL WAR EVENT
June 4-5
Pennypacker Mills

Pennypacker Mills Civil War

Step back in time as the Civil War comes to life at Pennypacker Mills. The two-day program has plenty to see and do: artillery demonstrations, daily battles, exhibits, music, speakers, mansion tours and a soldier enlistment for kids. Also, set a June 25 reminder for Pennypacker Mills to attend the vintage base ball game, played according to 1864 rules.

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LIVING HISTORY: IT'S A MAN'S WORLD
June 12
Pottsgrove Manor

Pottsgrove Manor Living History

One week prior to Father's Day, Pottsgrove Manor puts a new perspective on pop. Historians demo the masculine pursuits of the 18th century, including colonial fishing, firearms, hunting and other paternal pastimes.

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STEAMPUNK EXPO
June 12
Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania

Morris Arboretum Steam Punk Expo

The dynamic Victorian garden of Morris Arboretum goes stylishly retro, reflecting the time before electricity and fossil fuels, when steam drove adventure and exploration. Art meets science in this engaging day outdoors.

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FLAG DAY FESTIVITIES
June 12
Peter Wentz Farmstead

 

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On the Sunday before Flag Day, Peter Wentz Farmstead celebrates Old Glory. Kids - and their parents - can discover the real story of the construction of the first U.S. flag, as well as current flag etiquette. Each participant will make a flag to take home.

 

 

MARCH-OUT OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY
June 18
Valley Forge National Historical Park

Valley Forge March Out

Walk in the footsteps of the Continental Army along the historic trace road used by the army as they departed Valley Forge in June 1778 in pursuit of the British Army. This program at Valley Forge National Historical Park includes historical interpreters in Continental uniform and - hold your ears - firing of period muskets.

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FATHER'S DAY BEEF 'N BEER TRAINS
June 18-19
Colebrookdale Railroad

Colebrookdale Railroad

Designed to cater to the special men in our lives, this is the perfect gift for dear old dad (or granddad!). Locally-brewed beverages will be served aboard the Colebrookdale Railroad, with a generous portion of beef, coleslaw, seasoned potatoes and dessert, all in the beauty of restored passenger rail cars that are a century old.

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DARING DAD SCAVENGER HUNT
June 19
Norristown Farm Park

Bring dad to the Norristown Farm Park for a challenging nature scavenger hunt. He'll have to follow a series of clues to find items or answer questions. The first dad back with all requirements met is the winner, but to keep him from expending too much mental energy, families can help.

 

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LANDMARKS IN LIGHTS
June 21
Bryn Athyn Historic District

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This yearly event is one of the most uniquely beautiful evenings in all of Montgomery County. The three jewels of the Bryn Athyn Historic District - Glencairn Museum, Cairnwood Estate and the Bryn Athyn Cathedral - are lit from without and within, radiating in the dark of a velvety June evening. Take a tour, visit the tower or just wander the grounds and enjoy the illuminated grandeur.

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TOO MANY GAMES
June 24-26
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center - Exterior

Calling all gamers! This show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center isn't playing around; it's a premier event highlighting video games, board games, CCGs and tabletop gaming. Too Many Games been known for its video game music concerts, chiptunes, industry panels, panels by famous YouTubers and brand new game releases for established consoles.

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THE TRUCK STOPS HERE: MOBILE MADNESS
June 25
Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles

Boyertown Museum Mr. Softee

It's the second annual Food Truck Fair at the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles. The programming here is extensive, including unique bicycles, a history of food trucks and, of course, plenty of food to nibble on. One of the most popular displays is the museum's own 1958 Mister Softee ice cream truck, doling out summery treats.

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34TH ANNUAL CANAL DAY
June 26
Lock 60 at Schuylkill Canal Park

Canal Day

Competitors at the Lock 60 Canal Joust, part of the annual Canal Day, will fiercely square off, encourage the cheering of their respective fans and go at it until one of them gets wet. Very wet. It's all in good fun, though, in a day that includes food, music, crafts, a horseshow tournament, a demonstration of the lock itself, a run and a water trail race.

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