Who likes to party?
June 5, 2012, 12:28 PM
Filed under: Fun on a budget, Healthly Living

Once again its time for Fun for Free with the Greenback Grazer team!  Johnny tell all the good people out there what they can do this week without spending a dime!

This week you can cruise the classic car scene, shop till you drop, peruse antiques, you can party the day away, attend a gardening class taught by professionals, even audition for a theater production.  Is this a free Disney Cruise?  A time share gimmick? Nope.  These are all free events that are happening in our area this week.

Check out the classic car scene at Zion Mennonite Cherry Lane in Souderton from 8-2 June 9th the Strawberry Bash includes flea market as well.

Floral and Hardy are having a free gardening seminar on June 9th.  Scent additions and making the most of your garden will be this weeks topic.  Just RSVP 610-584-0797 4007 Skippack Pike Skippack, PA.  Also for children they will hold a free terrarium workshop at 10am.

Antique farm and tractor show 10am-3pm hosted by Skippack Historical Society at Allenbach-Cholet Farm 4109 Cremery Rd (behind Cremery Tire), Some items will be for sale  and while admission is free donations are appreciated.  610-724-5664

Also on the 9th in Lansdale party the day away in an old-fashioned block party at the Family Worship Center  1000 Troxel Rd. 11a-4pm.  Food, fun, music and more.  This is a family friendly event.

A Community Giveaway-Everything is free at North Penn Church of Christ from 8am-10am only.  Come and take what ever you need!  call 267-421-9113 for more details.

June 10-11th Auditions for Charlotte’s Web are being held at 7:30pm on Sunday and Monday

There are a few other events that cost minimal cost so check out the following:

Touch a Truck- Admission is $5 kids under 2 free.  June 9th 10a-2p  held rain or shine at Red Hill Fire Company  all benefits will go to Youth and Family Services.  There will be food and games and the first 200 kids will get construction hats.

Pancake Breakfast 8a-11a Lansdale United Methodist Church 300 N Broad St.  Proceeds go to global missions.

Perkiomen Creek Sojourn-June 9th 9am-2pm rent a canoe and join the Conservancy team on 7 mile trip along the creek.  For more info visit

The Country Store Museum at Red Men’s Hall is now open Sundays from 1:30-4pm.    The Country Store Museum is located on the ground floor of Red Men’s Hall, housing the ‘Historian’s collection of post 1870 manufactured goods in a setting of fixtures  from the old Niantic Store. It exhibits a late 19th century general store where  local families shopped for necessities. Nostalgia pervades this museum with its  clutter. Yard goods, crockery, ground coffee, tobacco, clothing, garden  implements and an apothecary shop surround a pot belly stove where a friendly  game of checkers could be played next to the spittoon.

The shelves of The  Country Store Museum are stocked with fabric on bolts, sewing accessories and lace,  hardware, blue Mason jars, kerosene lamp globes and period boxes of goods.  Portrayed at the store is country commerce bartered homemade soap, baskets, home grown produce as well as pottery and tin ware from local tradesmen. The museum’s  original 1890 ledger from the Hereford Store reveals a great deal of this  barter.



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