Take it outside in Pennsylvania's Americana Region this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. By all accounts, we're in for spectacular weather; perfect conditions to play by the light of the sun or moon, all weekend long. Here are some suggestions for you to enjoy your last week of summer break in Pennsylvania's Americana Region. Have fun!
Reading Fightin Phils August 24 – 30 Game times vary FirstEnergy Stadium
It's hard to believe but this is the final home stand for the Fightin Phils 2017 season. Gather the troops and spend a night enjoying all FirstEnergy Stadium has to offer. The food, entertainment, mascots, and the fireworks are one of the best ways to say goodbye to summer.
Looking for something different? South Mountain YMCA’s Guided Night Hike is just the ticket. Not only do you get to hike the beautiful trails of the South Mountain by the light of the moon, the evening ends with a wine and cheese reception. If you can't make this Guided Night Hike, hikes will also be held on Friday, September 1, Friday, September 15, and Friday, October 6.
Muhlenberg River Fest August 26 10 am – 10 pm August 27 10 am - 7 pm Jim Dietrich Park
If you’ve never been to Jim Dietrich Park, this is the perfect reason to visit. Muhlenberg’s Premier Food and Music Festival takes place there this weekend. Enjoy two stages of music, a beer and wine garden, food vendors of all kinds, as well as goods by local artisans.
Trouble City All-Stars August 26 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm Pinnacle Ridge Winery
Pinnacle Ridge Winery's Twilight Concert presents Trouble City, a group that has been turning heads and tuning in ears from all over the region with its own brand of original roots/rocksteady/reggae. Trouble City has put out three albums and has played with the likes of Stephen Marley, The Wailers, Badfish, Matt and Kim, Flux Capacito, the Dirty Heads, Dr. Dog, the 7 walkers, Railroad earth and more!
Astronomy at Nolde Forest August 26 8 pm – 10 pm Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center
If you've always been curious about the night sky, join the Berks County Astronomy Club for a brief indoor program. Then, take it outside for an outdoor viewing of the night sky. Register for the program by calling 610-796-3699 or email@example.com. Bring a flashlight!
In addition to our suggestions, there are lots of other wonderful ways to take it outside in Pennsylvania's Americana Region. Visit our website's outdoor adventure pages for even more ideas.