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We are fortunate to be living in a thriving community with many active organizations to support the people of this area.  We encourage you to discover your passions and get involved in some of these organization.
1) Keystone Grange #2: revive and support the Annual Keystone Grange #2 Fair; improve membership; learn about farming; join, watch ritual ceremonies; volunteerism; summer picnic; members only Christmas party; meets third Wednesday monthly; Farm to City dinner at St. Luke's Church; historical building needs some repairs and upgrades

2) PV Chamber of Commerce: mixers; promotions; business openings; PV Stars; business to business; 60th anniversary in 2017; golf outings; monthly meetings, and more; networking; advertising opportunities

3) Community Club of Collegeville: HOBY project; art students school project; community service; card party; bridge group; luncheons; fashion show; night meetings second Tuesday of the month with guest speakers at Augustus Lutheran Church, and programs September through May; volunteerism

4) Collegeville Rotary: District events; Rotary Foundation; supporting local, and international projects; Annual Halloween parade; Strike-Out Hunger at the Phillies; Rotary carnival; volunteer opportunities; travel to larger Rotary events; guest speakers; meets nearly every Wednesday at UC Wismer Center; opportunities to serve the community, and beyond; community supporters

5) Trappe Historical Society: tours of Henry Muhlenberg house; gift shop; docent opportunities; Knitting on the Lawn; small garden on property; improve membership; community service; Trappe 300th; candlelight tours; "Revolution at Home" tour through the end of December 2017

6) The Speaker's House: Raise the Roof at Barn on Bridge; garden and house tours; Oktoberfest with CEDC; docent opportunities; Dinner on Main; excavation of historical artifacts opportunities; improve membership; community service; observe masons at work; learn about its authentic German garden; Trappe 300th with souvenir sales plus Trappe-Collegeville Photo Book by Lisa Minardi; tombstone cleaning workshops; Historical House Tour; Trappe Tavern Night fund raiser, and more

7) Lions Club of Collegeville: collecting eye glasses; Easter egg hunt; community service; pancake breakfast; meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday; park benches on Main Street project

8) Warren Lodge #310 Free and Accepted Masons: Veterans Memorial; community service; invitation only group; picnic; 104 years old; charities' Collegeville Car Show information table; "On Your Marc" 5K Walk/Run; hoagie sale before Super Bowl to benefit Good Samaritan Shelter; over 150 years of service to the community; meetings are held on or before the full moon at 7:00 pm, and are generally preceded by a dinner served at 6:00 and followed by fellowship and refreshments.
9) Dewees Tavern: local history storeroom; community service; Trappe 300th; volunteer opportunities
10) Ursinus College: freshmen gift bags project with CEDC; Homecoming; Alumni Weekend; family weekend; sports; Berman Museum openings; Dinner and a Show; graduation; special guest speakers; special events; Fraternity and Sorority projects; Messiah concert; Bomberger Hall organ concerts; theater group performances; organic garden; UCare; U-Imagine
11) Community Music School (CMS): free monthly "Bach's Lunch" noon concerts Thursdays; community event hosts; CMS fund raiser silent auction; past CMS gala with big band; musicians/teachers for hire; small children lessons; rotating artists in art gallery; "A Little Night Music weekend concerts
12) Independent restaurants: themed parties, fund raisers, Restaurant Week, possible pizza wars; community event hosts
13) Area churches: Memorial Day cermonies; Christmas services; Origami Peace Cranes on Hiroshima Day at UCC Trinity>>>meeting rooms available; vacation Bible school
14) Imperial's Catering: dinners with shows; birthday parties; weddings; community events host/building for hire; on-site and off-site catering
15) Northern Star Farm: Fall Fest on weekends in October; bonfires, pony rides; hay rides; kids' play area; water bottle cannon; apple cannon; corn mazes; view farm machinery, and sleighs; barn cats; concert pianist for hire; live animals; crops hay, soy beans, and corn; sleigh rides; gift shop; weddings; birthday, and other types of parties; taxidermy displays, and family awards room; Holiday House tours every few years; pumpkins, gourds, and eggs for sale; 90 year old farm in 2017
16) Varner Farms: cut your own Christmas trees; handmade live fir wreaths; pumpkins, apples, and apple cider for sale; small electric train in gift shop; live animals; pony rides; live nativity in December with presentation of the Gospel
17) Gentle Dentist: sharing information about good dental health
18) Trappe Family Practice: keep community informed about flu shots & illnesses
19) Collegeville Economic Development Corporation: Farmer & the Chef, Memorial Day parade; Rubber Ducky Regatta; free Movies in the Park; Freshmen Gift Bags project with UC; Colossal Yard Sale; revive Tree decorating, and lighting ceremony; 5K Jingle Jog; Holiday House Tours; residential, and business Holiday Decorating Contests; revive banners on Main Street project; community service; volunteerism; Mural Arts project; supports community events, and new businesses on Main Street;former member of now-defunct Main Street program; bi-weekly CEDC newsletter; custom new business advertising help; professionally written, published articles by in-house professional writer; rotating and yearly events such as garden tour
20) Perkiomen Valley High School District: Interact Club; sports; PV Art & Truck Festival; concerts; football team fund raiser
21) Perkiomen Watershed Conservacy: volunteer opportunities; exploring the area, indentifying plants and flowers; water conservation; stream clean-up; Lenape Survival Challenge; Perkiomen Creek Sojourn, paddling on the Perkiomen Creek; Perk to Pub bike ride on the Perkiomen Trail; "A Night for Conservation" benefit
22) Methacton School District: Interact Club; sports
23) Methacton Community Theater: Plays and musicals; acting opportunities; new actors; stage veterans; directors; lighting and sound specialists; costume design and management; make-up and effects; stage craftsman; back-stage support (stage management, concessions, box office, greeters); audience members
24) James Audubon Center at Mill Grove in Audubon: en plein air (outdoor) painting, watercolors & sketching; canoeing; bird watching; Birdathon; sales of artwork; gift shop; volunteer opportunities; GOP Climate Resolution; counting species of birds; weddings and rentals. "Our mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity."
25) Regal Cinema 24 at The Oaks: current movies plus operas are shown
26) Movie Tavern: Breakfast and a Flick; Retro and current movies are shown
27) Towne Book Center Wine Bar & Cafe: Angel Tree charity; book reading to children programs; writers program; book signings; author visits; Classics, and other book clubs offered; Rainbow Fish Storytime; tea parties; Young Adult Book Club; Storytowne; Wine Glass Painting; event hosts; book launching parties
28) Bike Sport: bikes for all ages sold; bike tune-ups; bike rides for exercise; Fix-a-Flat Clinics; Thursday evening bike ride with dinner; Sunday bike rides; Wednesday Schuylkill River Trail Ride for the 50+ Rider; every Friday, Perkiomen and Schuylkill River Ride for the 50+ Rider; Tuesday Spirited road ride leaving Bikesport lot. 25 to 40 miles (daylight dependent). 18 to 22 mph average based on route elevation profile; Saturday bike ride Spirited Cyclocross Ride; Friday Women's Road Bike Ride; Small Business Saturday; event partnerships with other businesses
29) Valley Forge DAR: interest in local history going back to the Revolutonary War; volunteerism; non-political service organization; member events locally, and nationally; luncheons with guest speakers; Valley Forge Park event/dedication; ancestry research for members; meets October-May; literacy programs; sponsorship of schools, scholastic awards; our military; essay contests, to name a few
30) Elmwood Zoo: Noah the Eagles football team eagle; zoo camps; Summer of Cubs; Scouts programs; seniors programs;endangered species, and animal management programs; zoo campouts; birthday parties; school groups and programs; Zoo on Wheels, and more
31) Collegeville Fire Company: 5Ks; Car Show; golf outings; fund raisers; pancake breakfast; all volunteer fire company
32) VFW; fund raisers, charities, veterans in our community; Frank H. Martin III Memorial Car and Truck show; fall golf outing
33) Blue Comet Mororcycle Club, Skippack: bike rides; club rentals; Pig Roast and Poker Fun; Memorial Benefit Ride; Lansdale Bike Night; motorcycle racing, and more
34) Boy and Girl Scouts to include Eagle Scout projects; community volunteerism
35) Collegeville and Trappe Borough government, create an interest in local government, monthly meetings, elections, police department, tree lighting
36) Norristown Art League: art exhibits, art shows, juried events; art for sale
37) Start "Save the Perkiomen Bridge Hotel" group
38) Animal Medical Center in Trappe, 
39) 4-H in Creamery
-Anytime Fitness
-Mark Slater Fitness
-Rascal's Fitness
-Dance Depot, etc.
For more information, please feel free to contact Karen McCaslin who is an active member of many of these organizations.
Karen McCaslin
(610) 547 1386
Collegeville PA
​Connect the Stars​, Discover my life!​
*Valley Forge Baptist 
*Collegeville Economic Development Corporation Board & Design Committee 
*2017 Trappe 300th Anniversary 
*Keystone Grange #2 
*Montgomery County Pomona Grange
*Trappe Historical Society 
*The Speaker's House
*Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce
*Collegeville Rotary
*Community Club of Collegeville
*Northern Star Farm's owner Matthew Wismer, concert pianist
*American Philatelic Society (lifetime member)
*National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
*United States Army Signal Corps