What are you doing this weekend?
Here’s a glimpse at some of the featured events happening across the county, brought to you by the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board.
FEATURED EVENT – 1777 WHITEMARSH ENCAMPMENT
Hope Lodge Whitemarsh Encampment
The sound of musket fire will ring out on Saturday, November 4, during the annual 1777 Whitemarsh Encampment at Hope Lodge. The day includes Revolutionary War skirmishes, Colonial craft demonstrations, an appearance by Ben Franklin and more.
The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check the event schedule for more details. Admission is $10 for adults, $6 for youth and seniors.
FEATURED EVENT – VALLEY FORGE BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL
Valley Forge Beer & Cider Festival
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
Spanning two sessions with 150 beers and ciders for sampling, the 7th Annual Valley Forge Beer and Cider Festival is a brew fest you won’t want to miss. Participants include local favorites like Conshohocken Brewing Company and Stone and Key Cellars.
The day features two general admission sessions, and tickets are $40 each. VIP packages are avaiable for $55.
Skippack’s First Friday celebrations continue with an evening of shopping, dining and live entertainment. Live music kicks off at 6 p.m., and the party continues until 9.
Lansdale’s final First Friday of the season keeps the Halloween magic alive this week with a Zombie Walk. Music will be provided by DJ Chris Evans of Evans Entertainment. Don’t miss out on all the excitement from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
AUTISM FRIENDLY TRAIN
Take a sensory-friendly train ride through the Secret Valley on November 4 when the Colebrookdale Railroad hosts an Autism Friendly Train. This special event provides children across the autism spectrum with a safe, friendly environment during the 16-mile round-trip.
To check out events happening all across Montgomery County click here.
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