Every year, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is honored as a Day of Service for people to improve their communities and assist people in need. Many schools, churches and community groups organize service projects for school students who have the day off. Below you can find a listing of Day of Service work in the area should you like to participate: Continue reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service 2018
The Jenkintown Environmental Advisory Committee will meet tonight, September 20th at 7 PM in Jenkintown Borough Hall. The agenda for this evening will be to collaborate on a statement for the Friends of the Cedar Street- Moretti Park.
Members of the community are invited to participate in tonight’s meeting.
As always, please feel free to call the Borough if you require our assistance at (215) 885- 0700.
Stay local this Sunday for the 19th Annual Jenkintown Festival of the Arts from 1-6 pm in Town Square extending to West and Johnson. This fun and free event will feature a juried art show, one stage of live music, plenty of food options, as well as a single serve brew tent where Neshaminy Creek will be pouring.
The Borough will begin street cleaning in Town Square at 7:00 AM tomorrow, Saturday September 16th. Please note that there will be no parking on the Fest Route during the cleaning. This includes: Continue reading No parking Information & Street sweeping Schedule for Arts Fest
This week’s penultimate Summer Music Series concert is a double-header debut of two new homegrown bands. First up is a currently unnamed three-piece band led by Basil Khan on guitar and vocals, Jamail Khan on drums, and Ben Farr on bass. They are sure to entertain with a set of all original songs, written by Basil himself! Immediately following will be the debut of Camera Thief, featuring Pasquale DeFazio, Brendan Duffey, Robert DeFazio, Joe Hartnett, and Joe Duffey. This five-piece alt-rock band will also be performing all original music and is one of the most anticipated shows of the summer. You don’t want to miss it! Continue reading Tonight’s SMS continues with a double-header of two new homegrown bands!
It may be a long way to the top if you wanna rock ’n’ roll, but the performers at this week’s Summer Music Series concert are well on their way. Come to Town Square tonight at 7pm for an exciting night of music from the talented students of the School of Rock Fort Washington. Last year’s concert was a highlight of the summer, so you don’t want to miss it.
Continue reading Tonight’s concert will be rocking with School of Rock Fort Washington