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September 27th

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.

September 27th

2nd Annual Reading Pretzel Festival

Reading Pretzel Festival
www.readingpretzelfest.com
1128 Belmont AvenueWyomissing PA, 19610
484-797-5954
11am - 5pm

Art FirstEnergy Stadium, Reading, PA. Handmade pretzels from a variety of vendors, live music, crafts and more. After the festival, stay for the Foghat concert, 7-11pm. For tickets and info, please visit our website.

September 27th

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.

September 27th

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.

September 27th

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.

September 27th

The Art of John James Audubon

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
www.hawkmountain.org
1700 Hawk Mountain Rd.Kempton PA, 19529
610-756-6961
Cost: FREE

Held daily from September 1 to December 31 in the Visitor Center from 9 am to 5 pm. Featuring the famed works of John James Audubon, a self-taught scientist, naturalist and one of the most famous wildlife artists. Exhibit will feature works of raptors and other species from his book Birds of America.

September 28th

The Art of John James Audubon

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
www.hawkmountain.org
1700 Hawk Mountain Rd.Kempton PA, 19529
610-756-6961
Cost: FREE

Held daily from September 1 to December 31 in the Visitor Center from 9 am to 5 pm. Featuring the famed works of John James Audubon, a self-taught scientist, naturalist and one of the most famous wildlife artists. Exhibit will feature works of raptors and other species from his book Birds of America.

September 28th

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.

September 28th

Holiday Inn Express Hot Stove Classic

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. 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 feature “old school," good old fashioned baseball, the “crack of the bat," not the “ping” is what we want to hear. Call 484-577-4133 ... -more-

September 28th

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.

September 28th

Devious Laughter

Albright College
www.albright.edu
13th & Bern StreetsReading PA, 19612
(610) 921-2381
2:30pm
Cost: * For prices/tickets, call the CFA Box Office at (610)-921-7547 or purchase online at www.albright.edu/CenterfortheArts.

A Black-Box format (seating on-stage) production with short plays directed by Julia Matthews, Sarah Crake '16, Connor Feeney '16, and Madeline Sedler '16. Who's in charge here? Who's the exam? Who's got the weapons? And who ordered the fish and chips? Join the Domino Players as they explore the sinister comedies of the Theatre of the Absurd. Come again! Each performance will differ slightly as works by Pinter, Ionesco and Beckett will be featured along with original comedy from Albright's improvisational groups, Soviet Purgatory and Less Than or Equal To. Look for new faces and returning alumn ... -more-

September 28th

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.

September 28th

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.

September 28th

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-

September 28th

Sunday Family Fun-day

The Knight's Pub
www.theknightspub.com
141 Stokesay Castle LaneReading PA, 19605
610-375-6100
11am - 9pm

Sundays are Family Fun-days at The Knight’s Pub! Bring the whole family and enjoy a three course Sunday dinner from our prefixed menu. Bring the kids and they can order from our children’s three course prefixed menu!

September 28th

Sunday Brunch

The Knight's Pub
www.theknightspub.com
141 Stokesay Castle LaneReading PA, 19605
610-375-6100
11am - 3pm

Brunch will be served a la carte in The Knight’s Pub. Bring the whole family!

September 28th

Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon

Reading Public Museum
www.readingpublicmuseum.org
500 Museum RdReading PA, 19611
(610) 371-5850
Cost: Adults $10; Seniors, Children & College Students w/ID $6; Children 3 and under and Members free

In the Cohen Modern and Contemporary Gallery from August 23 through October 5. This exhibition, supported locally by Fox Theatres, documents the legendary life of America's favorite sex symbol in styles ranging from fashion photography to Pop Art. Composed of 115 works by more than 50 artists, Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon highlights the many sides of this 1950s glamour goddess and immortal legend through shots of well-loved movie scenes and famous photographs, biographical glimpses into Monroe's private moments, and various artistic interpretations of the starlet. Featuring paintings, ... -more-

September 28th

Family Cooking Night (Outdoor Cooking)

South Mountain YMCA
www.smymca.org
PO Box 147Wernersville PA, 19565
(610) 670-2267
4pm - 6pm
Cost: The cost of this program is $50 per family for each class, or $160 per family for the entire series of 4 nights.

Looking for a great family program? Join us for our Family Cooking Series. Come to one evening or all four, the choice is yours. On September 28th we continue with Outdoor Cooking Classics. Prepare and cook your food together, under the guidance of Mark Glossick, our Dining Services Director, and Amanda Griffith, our Youth and Family Director—and then EAT! Contact Amanda for information and registration at 610-670-2267 or smymca.org. Spaces are limited.

September 28th

ZazuZat Jazz Quartet - Sundays 11am-2pm

ViVÁ Bistro & Tapas Lounge
www.VivaGoodLife.com
901 Hill AvenueWyomissing PA, 19610
(610) 685-5299
Cost: Never a Cover!

Every Sunday enjoy the ZazuZat Jazz Quartet in our Bistro! Love brunch? This is the place for you! The ZazuZat Quartet features John Rozum on drums & percussion, Ken Blikicki on sax & flute, Jim Easton on guitar & Austin Gross on upright bass.

September 28th

The American President: Photographs from the Archives of The Associated Press

Reading Public Museum
www.readingpublicmuseum.org
500 Museum RdReading PA, 19611
(610) 371-5850

Presidential hopefuls burn bright and then fade. Political parties and poll numbers rise and fall. Presidents pass the torch; administrations change. Through it all, one constant remains: The Associated Press' coverage of the American President. Come check out some of the finest photos of our Presidents!

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