ROYERSFORD PA – Main Street was mobbed Saturday (Sept. 8, 2012).
The second annual Royersford Community Day again proved to be a rousing success, organizers gleefully proclaimed, as the street through the heart of the borough’s downtown was filled almost continuously from 10 a.m. with hundreds of visitors and guests who came to watch local businesses, organizations and individuals show themselves off.
Chief among the day’s attractions was the display of vintage, classic and show cars (top) and motorcycles (below) that lined the street and supplied plenty of shiny, richly colored eye candy. Visitors got in their exercise strolling up and down the asphalt, stopping from time to time to admire the highly-polished chrome and gleaming paint work.
Live music was provided from two separate stages (above and below), and gave those who were roaming a day-long variety of entertainment.
Adults were kept busy with prize games offered by merchants, such as those from Zuber Realty (above) and the LeRoux School of Dance (top right).
Meanwhile, kids made themselves happy too, in a nearby game court that tested their skills (above and below) and brought smiles to their faces. Daybreak Church provided a moon bounce that promoters said children couldn’t get enough of., and Royersford veterinarian Dr. Laurel DeMaula helped assemble a highly popular pet show, they added.
Of course, no such day would be complete without something delicious to eat. Henry Dustman (below at left) tended to hamburgers offered for sale at the Community Day food court, while Patrick Carder (at right) presided over the grilled spare ribs.
Photos for The Post by Debbie Zlomek