Payments for flights are due July 11. Purchase here.
The Spring City Car Show will take place this Saturday, June 17 on Main Street. The event will run from 11:00AM to 5:ooPM. It is rain or shine. More
The Liberty Fire Company Social Hall will be hosting a Beef and Beer Basket Raffle to benefit the Sesquicentennial. The event takes place June 3 from 6:00 to 11:00PM. Tickets are $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door. There will be over 100 baskets raffled! Tickets can be purchased in advanced at the Liberty […]
Saturday, May 20 Spring City will be the place to be for bargain shopping! Over 50 residents have registered yard sales. Click here for a link to the listings. Starting at noon, the Spring City Community Day will kick off featuring live music, a beer garden, a petting zoo, a magician, crafters, vendors, and local […]
On April 27, students at the Spring City Elementary School marked their 150th day of school by celebrating the Borough’s Sesquicentennial. The children learned about the borough’s history, created a human 150 and sang Happy Birthday to the borough. The students also got to see a preview of the Spring City Hot Air Balloon Festival […]
March 25 the Spring City Sesquicentennial Band will be marching from bar to bar on Main Street and toasting the town’s 150th anniversary. Tuned Up Brewing on Main Street will be serving two new Spring City Brews. The fun kicks off a 4:00PM. A birthday cake will also be available at Tuned Up Brewing. Adding […]
Pottstown Mercury writer Eric Devlin recently met with Sesquicentennial Committee Chairman Gene Sweeney to discuss the upcoming events. The article made the cover of early Sunday edition. We thank the Mercury and Mr. Devlin for article! Read article here.
The Sesquicentennial Committee Meeting will be Thursday, January 18 at 6:00PM at Borough Hall. Open to the public.
Please consider joining the Spring City 150 Club. Money raised will help fund the fireworks, parade and other events. Click here for more information.
The Sesquicentennial Committee is studying the borough’s history. One great source is the book from the Centennial celebration in 1967.