The Historical Society of Montgomery County is located in the county seat of Norristown, and began in 1881. A handful of notable county residents created the Historical Society to protect local history, shortly before the county’s centennial celebration. The society quickly sought to collect public and private collections related to county’s people, events, and places;…

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Can you feel it? There’s a new steady beat and a swingin’ rhythm in Montgomery County. In a region with too many suburban jazz deserts, some folks in Norristown decided to make a change for the better. Crying Sam Entertainment is rolling through its fourth season of Crying Sam Second Saturday Jazz at August Moon…

The John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, located in Lower Providence Township, is one Montgomery County’s most important cultural assets. Designated a national historic landmark, this estate nestled along the Perkiomen Creek was the first home in America of the world’s best-known ornithological artist. The mission of the Center at Mill Grove is to…

August 13 -16, 2015 Upper Salford Township (near Schwenksville) Montgomery County, PA What takes place during the third weekend in August and is, arguably, one of the best music festivals on the East Coast? Where you can see both national acts and emerging artists on seven different stages? For thousands of music lovers, the answer…

“Summer afternoon, summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” –Henry James   Indeed. Summer is almost here, and spirits across the area are high (especially after a long, cold winter). Why not plan to take advantage of every lovely afternoon (and evening) you can this…

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