The Collegeville Economic Development Corp. (CEDC) has organized Collegeville’s First Restaurant Week Aug. 11 through 17, to support the hardworking chefs and wait staffs of the area’s independent restaurants. Read More
Collegeville Borough and the Collegeville Fire Company are holding a blood drive at the fire house on July 25 from 2 to 7 p.m. Read More
The Collegeville Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) invites community members to attend a reception on June 26 to support Collegeville’s first mural, “A Journey Through Time,” which will be painted on one of the concrete rail supports at the Power House.
Ursinus College is offering its first large-scale Broadway musical show Feb. 26 through March 2, Wonderful Town, a 1953 Tony Award winner with music by Leonard Bernstein. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday matinee only at 2 p.m. Read More
A Jingle Jog and Holiday Happenings event on Saturday, Dec. 7, offers fun for Collegeville residents. Read More
Ursinus College is again teaming up with The Collegeville Economic Development Corp. (CEDC) to offer “Dinner & a Show” — a night on the town conveniently in and around town — with 15 local restaurants offering dinner specials to individuals attending the performances of The Ursinus College Dance Company. Read More
The Ursinus College Choir and Meistersingers present George Frideric Handel’s Messiah, a winter season tradition, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m., and Dec. 8 at 2:30 p.m., in Bomberger Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at www.ursinus.edu/tickets. A Q & A with conductor John French, Heefner Chair of Music, was featured in the magazine Collegeville Life. Read More
Hunsburger Woods will be a greener place because students and campus volunteers have planted 480 trees to help reforest parts of the woods off Ninth Avenue in Collegeville. Read More
Just in time for Halloween, the Ursinus College Theater Department stages Bell, Book and Candle, a romantic comedy that evokes the 1950s and the sitcom Bewitched. Read More
Recent major gifts to Ursinus College were the topic of a story in the Oct. 15 Pottstown Mercury. The story was the subject of several tweets, including Colleges that Change Lives, @CTCLColleges, and The Mercury, @MercuryX .