What are you doing this weekend?
What better way to kick off the start of Summer than by participating in some of many events happening this week in Montco! Whether you’re a music lover, foodie or history buff, make sure you remember to #MakeItMontco!
June 22 – June 24
The Pottstown Rumble is a 3 day fun-filled event the Friday after fathers day through the following Sunday. Along with amazing competition at all levels of the tournament, the Rumble offers plenty of other activities. Friday brings our Pottstown Rumble Juniors, Men’s and Women’s Masters Grass Doubles Tournaments.
The Pottstown Rumble is a 3 day fun-filled event the Friday after fathers day through the following Sunday. Along with amazing competition at all levels of the tournament, the Rumble offers plenty of other activities. Friday brings our Pottstown Rumble Juniors, Men’s and Women’s Masters Grass Doubles Tournaments. Saturday morning starts off with a bang with a beefed up fireworks show as over 2,000 players eagerly wait to start their day. Saturday afternoon brings Women’s Pro Finals to center court while the Men’s Pro division wraps up Sunday evening competing for the $5,000 first place prize. There will be gourmet food, clothing vendors, an on-site massage therapist, and high-energy music throughout the weekend!! All visitors welcome!!
June 22 – June 24
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks
The longest running and largest gaming convention in Pennsylvania are expecting an attendance of nearly 15,000 guests. The 2018 event will be the largest event in the convention’s history. TooManyGames is the premier event for anyone interested in video games, board games, CCG’s, and tabletop gaming. TooManyGames is known for its video game music concerts, arcades, chiptunes, industry panels, and panels by famous YouTubers and gamers such as SomeCallMeJohnny, Vinesauce, JeromeASF, and DAGames.
STATE HISTORICAL MARKER DEDICATION
Boehm’s United Church of Christ
Come out to the dedication of an official State Historical Market commemorating John Philip Boehm, as there will be an open house to explore the church building and cemetery from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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