December 19th Holiday Vocal Concert – PAHS 7pm: Get in the Holiday Spirit and listen to the Phoenixville Area High School Vocal Ensemble, Concert Choir, Women’s Choir and Vocal Fusion perform beautiful seasonal music. Join in for a fun holiday song along at the end of the concert. Community member of all ages welcome! Free event. Directed by Kate Nice.
December 20th 6-8pm Holiday Lights Run. Hosted by Root Down Brewing Company & All Kinds of Fast. 4 mile run. Join them for the annual Holiday Lights Run and Food Drive at All Kinds of Fast – Phoenixville! Wear your most festive colors and take a scenic tour through the rolling hills of Phoenixville while enjoying the spirited lights. The run will be about 4 miles. Please bring a non-perishable donation for PACS – Phoenixville Area Community Services. The run will start at 6 pm with post run food and drinks at Root Down Brewing Company.
December 20th 11:30 am Ribbon Cutting: Teresa Haag Mural at the Gateway Join the Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce, Artist Extraordinaire Teresa Haag and the Owners and Staff of the Gateway Pharmacy for a RIBBON CUTTING for Teresa’s newest mural at the Gateway!
December 23rd. Ugly Sweater Party at Bistro on Bridge – 8pm The shopping, the wrapping…that’s finally done. You earned it. It’s time to get UGLY!! We’re going to host the ULTIMATE UGLY SWEATER PARTY! We’ll be giving out awesome prizes, have a photo booth to show off your sweaters, music by yours truly, DJ Q-Ball, and pouring delicious Tröegs Independent Brewing PERFECT for the holiday!
Dec 23rd A Christmas Story at the Colonial Theatre. 1:30pm and 3:15pm. The holidays aren’t complete without a screening of this classic comedy. All nine-year-old Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley) wants for Christmas is a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model Air Rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time. But his request for the toy is met with the same warning from his mom, his teacher and Santa: “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Narrated by humorist Jean Shepherd (and based on his novel In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash), A Christmas Story also features the world’s worst double-dog dare, a most memorable lamp, and perhaps the greatest parental performance in cinema history courtesy of Darren McGavin as Ralphie’s “Old Man.”