TRAPPE PA – “Now And Then” is the theme of this year’s edition of the Montgomery County History Fair – which features music, speakers, food, local historical organizations, time-honored crafts, and a historic trade village – will be held Saturday (Sept. 22, 2012) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Augustus Lutheran Church, 717 W. Main St. The event is free and open to the public.
- This event has been added to The Post calendar.
The history fair represents a collaboration among the county’s many history-based and historic organizations. It not only serves to attract members, but also educates county residents about the wealth of national and world history that surrounds them.
Participants include St. James Church, Parkhouse, Schwenkfelder Heritage Center, Kirk and Nice Funeral Home, The Speaker’s House, Farm Park Preservation Society, Jack Coull, DAR, Peter Wentz Farm, Augustus Lutheran Church, Elmwood Park Zoo, Wissahickon Watershed, Heckler Plains, W.S. Hancock Society, Boehm’s Church, and the historical societies of Conshohocken, East Norriton, Fort Washington, Lansdale, Limerick, Lower Merion, Lower Pottsgrove, Lower Salford, Montgomery Township, Pottstown, Skippack, Spring-Ford, Trappe, Upper Merion, Whitpain, Wissahickon, and Worcester.
For more information, call 610-630-0912.
Graphic from the “Once Upon a Time in Montgomery County” Committee