April 19, 2024: Things We "Heard" and Would Like To Share ...


by Lesley Misko

Building a Better Boyertown Invites You To Wake Up!

They share, "We finally saw some sunshine and a (brief) break from the rain! This was a perfect opportunity to pop into our window and brighten it up for our upcoming Coming Out of Hibernation event! We think it looks great combined with the lovely spring flowers in front of our building."

Join us for Coming Out of Hibernation, Saturday, April 20th 11-4!

Find tons of information about the day's events at Building a Better Boyertown's event page on Facebook.

And, if you missed it, here is the recent article about the Event in The Expression. 

Boyertown Area Senior High (BASH) Music Students Visit Boston

This past week BASH music students enjoyed a busy slate of music related activities in Boston. Choir Director Mr. Jeffrey K. Brunner shares that "on the third day of the trip, students attended a performance at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul’s, toured Boston, and attended an amazing Boston Symphony concert, featuring Yuja Wang.

"Messiaen’s Turangaîla-symphonie for piano, ones Martenout, and orchestra was incredible." 

Time out for fun.
Boyertown music teachers "have a moment."
Time out for fun.

Potential Football Player Living in Your House?

BASH Athletics shares:  

On Behalf of St. Columbkill Church, Chrissy Karver Shares ...

"St. Columbkill Church is having their annual flea market (ATTIC TREASURES) o Friday, April 26 & Saturday, April 27 from 8 AM - 1 PM.

While cleaning out unwanted stuff you can drop off CLEAN items at St Columbkill Church, located on 200 Indian Springs Rd, Boyertown. DROP OFF DAYS ONLY ON Monday, April 22 & Tuesday, April 23 from 8 AM to 6 PM."

These items will not be accepted: Electronics, Clothes, Shoes, Large Furniture, Musical Instruments

Questions: call 610-310-8641   

Boyertown Area Senior High Bands Invites YOU to a Jazzy Night!

"Ready for a night of GREAT jazz music! Featuring the jazz bands from BOTH Ursinus College and Boyertown Area Senior High School, we are proud to present jazz night at Bomberger Hall on Ursinus College's beautiful campus! On Friday, April 26th at 7:30 come out for a free concert featuring 3 fantastic jazz bands playing works from Radiohead, Bill Holman, Neal Hefti, and more! See you there!"  

"Taken Back Day" for Unused Pills

The Montgomery County District Attorney, via New Hanover Township Police Department shares:

"Forty-five locations across Montgomery County will serve as drop-off locations for residents to rid their homes of unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medications during Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 27, 2024, announced Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Whitpain Township Police Chief Kenneth Lawson, the president of the Montgomery County Police Chiefs Association.

All locations will be staffed by police officers during the four hours of the event, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Additional drop-off sites may be added. Accepted during Drug Take Back Day—and throughout the year at permanent MedReturn boxes—are prescription and over-the-counter tablets and capsules, inhalers, creams, ointments, nasal sprays, pet medicines and vaping products. Not accepted are needles, liquid medications and intravenous or injectable solutions.Since the Drug.

Take Back program began in 2010, more than 119,000 pounds of medicines have been collected and safely disposed of.

The following locations have closest proximity to our area:

• Douglass Township Police Department, 1456 East Philadelphia Ave., Gilbertsville

• Limerick Township Police Department, 646 W. Ridge Pk., Limerick

• Lower Frederick Township Police Department, 53 Spring Mount Rd., Schwenksville

• Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department, 2199 Buchert Rd., Pottstown

• New Hanover Township Police Department, 2373 Hoffmansville Rd., Frederick

• Pottstown Police Department, 100 E. High St., Pottstown

• Upper Pottsgrove Township Police Department, 420 Heather Place, Pottstown

• Wegmans at Providence Town Center (Upper Providence Township Police), 600 Commerce Drive, Collegeville   

[ Source: Facebook]

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