This is the prime time of year for you and your family to get outside and get active. Make some time to check out or sign up for these events.
Fountain of Youth Spray Park Opening
Monday, June 10
10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
251 Manatawny Street
Splish, splash and play on a hot summer day—the Spray Park is a fun way to cool off! The Fountain of Youth Spray Park is the perfect summer destination for families with young children, provided to the public free of charge. Just note that this is a self-policed facility. (There are no lifeguards on duty.) Make a day out of it and bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the park and explore all it has to offer.
YWCA Camp Adventures
Monday, June 17 – Friday, August 23
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
French Creek State Park
From its website: “Camp Adventures gives children opportunities for fun outdoor experiences and activities that encourage curiosity, teambuilding, learning and creativity all while promoting healthy lifestyle choices, independence and self-awareness.” Sports, arts, S.T.E.M. and the environment.
Friday, June 21 – Sunday, June 23
Multiple locations (see website)
The Pottstown Rumble is back for its 28th year. This is the largest grass doubles volleyball tournament in the country—and even offers cash prizes. Bring a friend to compete or use the PartnerUp app to find a partner. Not a volleyball player? No worries! You can watch all the action live. Check the Pottstown Rumble website for important deadlines.
Free Adult Mental Health First Aid
Tuesday, June 25
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Connections on High
238 East High Street
Offered by SE Regional Mental Health Services Coordination Office, this full-day class will teach attendees how to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness and offer initial help to those suffering. The class is ideal for first responders, students, teachers, human resources professionals—but also for citizens who want to be able to help family, co-workers, neighbors or other community members.