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Visit Montgomery County, PA

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Ambler, PA
Blue Bell, PA
Chestnuthill
Ft. Washington, PA
Flourtown, PA

The Wissahickon School District Area

Montgomery County, PA

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Ambler, PA
Bala Cynwyd / City Line
Blue Bell, PA

Ft. Washington, PA
Flourtown, PA

The Wissahickon School District Area

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Real Estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Friday, July 17th, 2015

Buy, sell, rent or list properties for sale in Montgomery County, PA:

Prudential Fox & Roach Jane Douglas

Prudential Fox & Roach – Jay Peterman

Long and Foster Real Estate – John Benigno

Keller Williams Real Estate

The Barndt Agency

A Revolutionary War

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

In the summer of 1776, England was very powerful and had Colonies all over the world. It was during this time that the thirteen British Colonies located in North America declared their independence from England. On July 3, 1776, George Washington took command of the United States troops that were surrounding Redcoat-occupied Boston.

In September and October of 1777, Washington’s troops suffered serious losses throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region including the Battle of Brandywine in Chester County and the Battle of Germantown in Philadelphia.

After his loss in Germantown, Washington retreated through Montgomery County to an area now known as Fort Washington and Militia Hill. Fort Washington turned out to be an excellent place for protecting the Colonial position, watching British troop movements, and preparing for the winter in Valley Forge.

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Montgomery County, PA Real Estate for Sale

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Prudential Fox & Roach Jane Douglas

Prudential Fox & Roach – Jay Peterman

Long and Foster Real Estate – John Benigno

Keller Williams Real Estate

The Barndt Agency

Ambler Events

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Friday, May 2nd!
First Friday
First Fridays return on May 2nd, and the kick off event is not to be missed! Some of the highlights include: Lolly & Yo Yo, as seen on Sprout TV (sponsored by Ambler Savings Bank), a Moon Bounce, Street hockey/soccer, Martial Arts Demonstration, Live Music, Crafts, Community Groups, Great Food (inside and out), Drink Specials and More!

Saturday, May 3rd!
Farmers Market
The Ambler Farmers’ Market returns for its second season, bigger and better than before! We are thrilled to welcome back our wonderful farmers and vendors from last year, as well as welcome new ones (fresh caught Jersey fish, gluten free, and more!). Opening day is May 3rd, come then, and every Saturday, 9am-1pm, through October!

Saturday, May 17th!
Auto Show
The 18th Annual Ambler Auto Show is a car lovers delight! You can expect nearly 200 owners of antique, classic and unique autos and trucks in Ambler for one of the finest automotive exhibitions in the Philadelphia suburbs. Proudly displaying their vehicles along Butler Avenue through the center of the town, this has become the kick-off event of the Delaware Valley summer auto show season.

Join Us June 13-14!
Ambler Fest 2013
The Ambler Arts & Music Festival has quickly become Ambler’s most anticipated event of the year. Boasting 60+ artists on Saturday and more than a dozen talented musicians, playing both Friday and Saturday, this is a weekend that you do not want to be at the shore!

Join Us July 14-21!
Ambler’s finest will be offering prix fix menus, drink pairings and mouth watering specials during Ambler Restaurant Week. No matter your budget, or your taste, there is something for everyone. Stay tuned for details, but save the date, as this is always a busy week in Ambler!

Saturday, August 9th!
Dog Days of Summer returns this August, so get your pooch prepped now, as the competition is stiff! Your four legged friend will enjoy strutting their stuff down Butler and competing for best groomed, most talented, best costume and more! Stay tuned for more details!

Ambler Events Spring and Summer 2014

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

MAY 2014
First Friday: May 2nd
Ambler Farmers’ Market: Saturdays, May – October
18th Annual Auto Show: May 17th

JUNE 2014
First Friday: June 6th
Ambler Arts & Music Festival: June 13 & 14th

JULY 2014
First Friday: July 4th
Ambler Restaurant Week: July 14-21st

AUGUST 2014
First Friday: August 1st
Dog Days of Summer: August 9th

Rich’s Deli, Restaurant and Catering

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Rich’s Delicatessen and Catering has locations in Ft. Washington and Spring House.

430 S. Bethlehem Pike, Fort Washington, PA 19034
(Across from the Fort Washington Septa Station)
Phone: 215-646-9860 · 215-646-2686 · Fax: 215-646-6026 · Contact Us

Takeout and Delivery
Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Sandwiches, Hoagies, Cheesesteaks and More…..
PLEASE CALL OR FAX ALL DELI ORDERS!
Deli Menu and Delivery Area
Catering For All Occasions
Don’t Forget to Call us for Your Next Special Event!!!!
Perfect for Weddings, Showers, Funerals, Rehearsal Dinners, Christenings, Bar Mitzvahs, Corporate Meetings.
Catering Menu
Catering Contact Form
Hoagies, Cheesesteaks, Sandwiches
Rich’s “Other Place”
924 N. Bethlehem Pike
Spring House, PA 19477
Phone: 215-628-9737
Fax: 215-628-8556
A Casual Sit Down Restaurant
Open Daily for Breakfast and Lunch
Restaurant Menu
Rich's Other Place

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Wordsworth Academy on Sandy Hook Elementary

Friday, December 28th, 2012

FORT WASHINGTON, PA — A local student from the Wordsworth Academy, Adriana Periera, authored the following poem reflecting on the school shootings:

20 lives, 20 souls, 20 futures, 20 changes, 20 possible world changes
20 kids
Gone !!
Because of 1 foolish, selfish act.

6 people, 6 lives, 6 brave hearts that risked their lives to protect the countless number of children that were there that tragic day.

26 in all, 26 always loved, 26 never to be forgotten.

May those 26 lay in peace.
May those 26 families find comfort.

May the victims of Newtown, CT, Sandy Hook, never be forgotten because of 1 person’s horrible choice.

This poem is dedicated to the children and adults that lost their lives on December 14, 2012.

-Adriana Periera
Wordsworth Academy