Experience an historic Pennsylvania German winter season celebration at the Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 3pm to 9pm. Enjoy a glimpse into candlelit holiday traditions typical of the 1700s, including live music and a visit with Belsnickel (Pennsylvania German for Saint Nicholas in fur).
Children of all ages will enjoy meeting Belsnickel from 3pm to 6pm, and some may even receive some treats! Beginning at dusk, lanterns will light the way to the barn and sheepfold where guests can visit with the animals. While waiting to tour the historic house, join our colonial neighbors as they make toasts and fire their rifles to commemorate the excitement of the season. And the museum shop and visitors’ center will be open for the purchase of seasonal gifts and light refreshments.
A $2.00 donation per person is suggested.
For more information about this program and others, please call the Peter Wentz Farmstead, visit the website, or call 610-584-5104.
Green Hill Road has been re-opened to all traffic, the culvert replacement project has been completed. Thank you again for your patience as we worked to keep our Township's roadways as safe as possible.
Through November, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will collect traffic data on five Township-owned roads – Clyston Circle, Green Briar Drive, Hillcrest Drive, Landis Road and Steelman Road. Data such as this is typically reported to the Federal Highway Administration, and is used to help calculate the amount of money that Pennsylvania receives from the Federal Government.