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August 23rd

Renningers Farmers Market

Renningers Antique & Farmers Market
www.renningers.com
740 Noble StKutztown PA, 19530
877-385-0104 or 610-683-6848

Renninger's Farmers Market is open every Friday and Saturday throughout the year! Friday's from 10am-7pm & Saturday's 8am-4pm. Contact: Mon-Thurs 570-385-0104, Fri-Sat 610-683-6848.

August 23rd

Weekly Antiques Market (Indoor & Outdoor)

Renningers Antique & Farmers Market
www.renningers.com
740 Noble StKutztown PA, 19530
877-385-0104 or 610-683-6848

Enjoy our weekly Antiques Market every Saturday throughout the year! Phone: Mon-Thurs, 570-385-0104, Fri-Sat 610-683-6848.

August 23rd

Renningers Outdoor Flea Market

Renningers Antique & Farmers Market
www.renningers.com
740 Noble StKutztown PA, 19530
877-385-0104 or 610-683-6848

Outdoor Flea Market pavilions are open all year weather permitting. (No Flea Market during Antique Extravaganzas). Open every Saturday throughout the year at 7am. Phone: Mon-Thurs, 570-385-0104, Fri-Sat 610-683-6848.

August 23rd

Micro- and Specialty-Brews Saturdays

Third Rail Bar & Restaurant
www.thirdrailrestaurant.com
404 Main StreetBlandon PA, 19510
610-916-9041

Every Saturday night, we will run 3 of our taps with micro-brews & specialty brews, representing some of PA's best brews as well as those of neighboring states. All served in pints or in a 3-beer, 7-oz. sampler.

August 23rd

From I Have a Dream to I Want to Hold Your Hand

Berks History Center
www.berkshistory.org
940 Centre AveReading PA, 19601
(610) 375-4375
Cost: Adults $7; Children $4; Seniors $5.

A Boomer Generation Exhibit through September 13 honoring the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's speech, the assassination of President Kennedy and the arrival of The Beatles. Call 610-375-4375 for information.

August 23rd

A Day at the Ball Park

Big Vision Foundation
www.bigvisionfoundation.org
1098 County Welfare RoadLeesport PA, 19533
(484) 577-4133
Cost: Admission only $5 per car.

Berks County Youth Recreation Field. Enjoy a day watching wood bat baseball on Charlie Wagner Field, Berks County’s replica of Fenway Park, presented by Big Vision Foundation. Affordable food, family fun, and entertainment. Beautiful walking trails and restrooms on site. 484-577-4144.

August 23rd

Reading Fightin Phils Home Games

Reading Fightin Phils
www.fightins.com
1900 Centre AvenueReading PA, 19605
(610) 375-8469

Call 610-370-BALL or visit our website for game times and promotions. All home games played at First Energy Stadium.

August 23rd

Masterpieces of American Longrifles

Reading Public Museum
www.readingpublicmuseum.org
500 Museum RdReading PA, 19611
(610) 371-5850
Cost: Admission per day is: $10 adults (18-64), $6 children/seniors/college students (w/ID) and free to Members and children three years old and under.

Remarkable assemblage of antique firearms from one of the nation’s most important collections of American longrifles in an exhibition titled Masterpieces of American Longrifles: The Kindig Family Collection. Sixty exceptional examples of rifles — many of them on exhibit for the very first time — by master gun makers from Adams, Berks, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh and York counties will be featured in the exhibition.

August 23rd

Blue Marsh Canteen Summer Finale

Berks County Youth Recreation Facility
www.countyofberks.com/parks
1089 County Welfare RoadLeesport PA, 19533
610-372-8939
Cost: 5.00 Parking

The Berkshire Baseball Club has been organizing quality youth amateur baseball tournaments since 1989. This event is a three day tournament, with a minimum of five games. Tournament games start on Friday morning as early as 8:00. Committed to excellence, we strive to bring the highest quality of baseball to our area in its purest and most original form, with wooden bats. Regardless of the age level, we strongly believe that wooden bat baseball puts a true emphasis on a hitter’s natural ability. Good hitters excel, average hitters struggle. Defense and pitching win games. Our tournaments featur ... -more-

August 23rd

Berks County Pomona Grange Consignment Sale

Leesport Farmers Market
www.leesportmarket.com
312 Gernants Church RoadLeesport PA, 19533
610-926-1307
8:30am

August 23rd

Woodrow Wilson, President Electric: Harnessing the Power of Innovation in the Progressive Era

Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles
www.boyertownmuseum.org
85 S. Walnut StreetBoyertown PA, 19512
610-367-2090
Cost: Included with regular admission

Using multimedia content, hands-on interactive and authentic artifacts, this traveling exhibition explores scientific and technological advances during the Progressive Era through the eyes of the first family. Runs April - September 2014.

August 23rd

Live Music by Gabe Traynor

The Knight's Pub
www.theknightspub.com
141 Stokesay Castle LaneReading PA, 19605
610-375-6100

Listen to your favorite rock songs by acoustic artist Gabe Traynor tonight at The Knight's Pub!

August 23rd

Summer Sing

Reading Choral Society
www.readingchoral.org
201 Washington StreetReading PA, 19601
(610) 898-1939
10am - 2pm
Cost: $10 - includes lunch

Come and join the Reading Choral Society in a day of singing. This session will be held at West Lawn United Methodist Church. Included will be warm-ups, vocalization techniques and tips on keeping you vocally fit. This summer sing (second of two this summer) will feature singing Brahms's Requiem in the afternoon. Music provided for singers. Being able to sight read is not a requirement for attending. Auditions for membership to RCS will be held following the session. Pre-registration is required - please check the RCS website for more information.

August 23rd

William Pergl, Why Is Nowhere Like That

Albright College
www.albright.edu
13th & Bern StreetsReading PA, 19612
(610) 921-2381
Cost: Free

Freedman Gallery (MG). Multidisciplinary artist and sculptor, Will Pergl, translates and elevates urban structures and objects—cell phone towers, fire hydrants, construction signs—into lyrical and rhythmic forms that investigate the disconnection between the digital and physical realms.

August 23rd

EMerge: Experimenting with Presentation and Delivery of Art in the 21st Century

Albright College
www.albright.edu
13th & Bern StreetsReading PA, 19612
(610) 921-2381
Cost: Free

Artist Phyllis Moser in collaboration with Joseph Mench ’09 explore how technology can alter our experience of art, how it changes the way art is delivered and shared, how it enhances interaction with art, and how it redefines art. Viewers will be essential to the success of the show and will be given incentives to take, add, record and share portions of the exhibit, on site and via social media. In addition some images from the exhibition will be incorporated into everyday objects—mugs, stamps, smart phone covers, etc. These will be part of the exhibit, not separate, as they would be in a mu ... -more-

August 23rd

Megan Michalak

Albright College
www.albright.edu
13th & Bern StreetsReading PA, 19612
(610) 921-2381
Cost: Free

Freedman Gallery (Foyer). Using a variety of media, Megan Michalak questions the history we are presented with, offering ordinary citizens the opportunity to debate an alternate version.

August 23rd

A Mid-Summer’s Night Dream: Magical History Tour Part II

Berks History Center
www.berkshistory.org
940 Centre AveReading PA, 19601
(610) 375-4375
4pm - 11pm
Cost: Free

Free concert presented by Berks History Center at the Evergreen Club, Fleetwood, PA.

August 23rd

Student Historian Saturday

Ephrata Cloister
www.ephratacloister.org
632 West Main StreetEphrata PA, 17522
(717) 733-6600
10am - 3pm

Interact with our teen interpreters on select Saturdays this summer to learn, watch, and expand upon your knowledge of local history. They'll demonstrate historical stories, trades, and answer your questions. Visit the Print Shop, Bakery, Physician's House, and Academy with our student interpreters! General admission rates apply. Free for Ephrata Cloister Associate Members.

August 23rd

Family Fun Day

Ephrata Cloister
www.ephratacloister.org
632 West Main StreetEphrata PA, 17522
(717) 733-6600
4pm - 8pm
Cost: $5

Join us for a great day out at the Historic Ephrata Cloister with games and food for the whole family. This afternoon of activity is sponsored by Westview Golf Course. Tickets are $5 each and are available at the Museum Store. Please call or stop in the Museum Store for tickets.

August 23rd

Paddle Blue Marsh Lake

Blue Marsh Lake (Recreation Area)
www.nap.usace.army.mil/bluemarsh
1268 Palisades Dr.Leesport PA, 19533
(610) 376-6337
8am
Cost: No Fee

Join Volunteer Tony "Doc" Schoch on a Blue Marsh Lake cruise. Doc is an expert kayaker and naturalist, and will lead you on an excellent on-water adventure. Participants must provide their own equipment, and are required to wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket. If you wish to go but have no kayak you can rent one by contacting 3D Outdoor Rentals via internet or calling 610-488-1900. Held at Church Road Access off of PA Route 183.

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