The tactical gear, firearms and consulting business on West Main Street in Lansdale offers prizes and more at a Friday grand opening event.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013
On Saturday, the brewery, which opened in July 2012, celebrated with raffles, prizes, giveaways, food, drink, hospitality and camaraderie.
Ben Franklin said it best: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. Proof was in the pints Saturday afternoon with all the happy faces gracing the grand opening of Lansdale brewery Round Guys Brewing Co. Local and state dignitaries were on hand — Lansdale Mayor Andy Szekely, Councilmen Dan Dunigan and Jason Van Dame, Sen. Bob Mensch and Rep. Bob Godshall — at the 1 p.m. ribbon cutting. The day was filled with full taps, giveaways, raffle prizes, contests and more. The Fermentors also rocked the place Saturday night. "We’ve basically been open for about a year, and we're celebrating our first year anniversary and officially putting our mark in Lansdale," said brewery co-owner Rich DiLiberto. "We are having a great day with …
Friday, March 1, 2013
Local brewery Round Guys Brewery is celebrating their grand opening and its one year anniversary on March 9.
Round Guys Brewery is celebrating, and they have a lot to celebrate. On March 9, beginning at noon, the Lansdale brewery will celebrate its grand opening and its one-year anniversary with a ribbon cutting and all day events. Brewer and co-owner Rich DiLiberto said the craft brewery had a very quiet, soft opening for the past year. It opened in March of 2012 solely as a brewery, and in June as a brewery and pub. The pub offers eight beers on tap with everything made on site, and a small amount of sandwiches. DiLiberto said the original plan was to just be a brewery and distributor. However, when they found the space in Lansdale, it allowed the owners to do more than just brew and distribute. He said that they want to be known for their …
Saturday, December 15, 2012
The former Amchick plant at 220 S. Line Street is now income-eligible, affordable housing, courtesy of Advanced Living Communities and Montgomery County Housing and Urban Development
From chicken hatchery to hatching new lives for low-income families. Advanced Living Communities, owners of Schwenckfeld Manor and Derstine Run, cut the ribbon Friday afternoon at 220 S. Line St. in Lansdale for the grand opening of its newest affordable housing project in Montgomery County. The five-unit apartment complex is the former site of Amchick, a chick hatchery that opened around 1949 and has since moved to North Carolina. It stands next to the now Morgan Properties-owned Silk Factory Lofts. Kim Krauter, vice president of operations for Advanced Living Communities, said it was a real pleasure for Advanced Living to try something different. For several years, Advanced Living scouted locations for new affordable housing. Elsie Smith…
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The business is opening at the former KFC site on North Broad Street at 10:15 a.m.
Get a taste of Louisiana fried chicken beginning Friday at 10:15 a.m. According to Dan Sokil of The Reporter, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen opens for business at the former KFC site on Broad Street in Hatfield Township. According to the article, Shahid Imran, general manager of the new location, said a Popeyes opened on Route 309 (South West End Boulevard) in Quakertown and the response has been great. The new fast food restaurant will employ about 20 workers, and more job openings are available, according to the article. However, the Hatfield Popeyes location has yet to be updated to the Popeyes corporate map. You can find a Popeyes location at http://popeyes.com/find-a-popeyes/ There is an informal cookout for family, friends, and Hatfield …
Monday, June 11, 2012
The Lansdale business celebrated its new expansion during a PennSuburban Chamber and Lansdale Business Association business mixer Thursday evening
Milestones in Music just got a little bigger. The Lansdale early childhood music educator celebrated its new expansion with a ribbon cutting and open house on Thursday, which coincided with a Lansdale Business Association and PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce business mixer. Food was provided by Crystal Rose Catering in Montgomeryville. Did we capture you in our lens? Check out the gallery! Read more:
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The Hilltown-based orchard and from-scratch bakery is opening up on Main Street in Lansdale
A Hilltown, Bucks County-based farm market, spice shop, from-scratch bakery and orchard is ready to pop the cork on its second location on Main Street Lansdale. Tabora Farms is still undergoing some construction in the space next to Red Lotus Tattoo, but things are already in the works to celebrate its grand opening. The new location will be a winery, coffee shop, spice shop and bakery. The Lansdale Parks and Recreation Committee has approved a grand opening concert in Railroad Plaza on Father's Day, June 17, starting at 4 p.m. The approval is contigent on Tabora Farms naming Lansdale Borough as additionally insured on the business's insurance policy. "Our store is progressing nicely. We hope that within 45 days, we will be open and ready …
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Milestones in Music has opened a new studio in Lansdale, where it promotes musical learning and autism movement therapy
It’s music to their ears. Judy Jones knows the way to aiding the development of a child’s communication and social skills – even an autistic child – is through music and movement. This was evident during the Milestones in Music grand opening last Saturday at its new studio at 227 S. Broad St. in Lansdale. “Music and movement is a program that helps develop children and their entire bodies: their cognitive, their physical and their emotional and social skills,” said owner Judy Jones. “We use music to help a child learn their steady beat from their earliest infant years. For instance, an infant would be taught a steady beat, and that, in turn, is used to start learning how to crawl and walk. “You need a steady beat for everything: to be able…
Thursday, April 28, 2011
A wiffle ball tourney, a car wash and a children's consignment event await you this weekend.
Get Out! No really, get out. Get out and enjoy fun, exciting, educational and fundraising community events and happenings in your neighborhood and beyond! 1. Just Between Friends Sale Where/When: Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 1601 Egypt Road, Phoenixville; April 28 and 29 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., April 30 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Why go: Buy and sell kids and baby items at this consignment event. Consign items for 65 percent of your sale price. Shop April 30 for many half-off items. Pricing: Free admission April 29 to 30 ($3 admission April 28) 2. Fire Department Car Wash Where/When: Montgomery Township Fire Stations, 202 and Montgomery Drive, and 325 Stump Road; April 30, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Why go: Let the volunteers at Montgomery Township…