• Community Calendar

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     Welcome to the WEEU Community Calendar

    First Sat of each month from 7 am to 10:30 am – AYCE Breakfast Buffet
    Mt. Pleasant Fire Co
    5664 Mt. Pleasant Road, Bernville
    $8 adult, 5-12 $4 and children 4 and under are FREE

    Third Wed of each month at 10 am – MOMS Club of Exeter
    Reformation Lutheran Church
    If you’re a mom looking for friendship and fun activities for your
    kids, come to a meeting and check us out.
    For more information visit www.exetermomsclub.weebly.com

    Every Tuesday Afternoon at 1:30 pm – Benefits Presentations
    for Veterans and Families
    Berks County’s Etchberger Veterans Center
    726 Cherry St, Reading
    2-hour presentation
    For more information call 610-378-5601

    Every Tuesday from 8 – 9:30 pm – Gam-Anon Meeting
    Christ United Church of Christ
    4870 Kutztown Road, Temple
    For families/people affected by compulsive gambling

    Benefit Concert
    Fleetwood Bible Church
    2847 Moselem Springs Road, Fleetwood
    Gospel and Blue Grass music by The Good News Travelin’ Band
    Special guests – Days of Old
    Free will offering and lite refreshments

    April 27 at 6 pm – sudSSpirit Bereavement Support Group Mtg.

    Exeter Community Library
    For those that are survivors of the sudden unexpected death of
    their spouse or significant other
    No registration and it is FREE

    April 29 at 7:13 pm – Walpurgisnacht at Crystal Cave
    Featuring Charles J. Adams III – noted author – will present
    a ghost story program about Crystal Cave and the surrounding
    area.  Includes an underground lantern tour of the cave and
    visits to haunted sites on the property above ground.
    Call 610-683-6765 for reservations ($20)

    April 30 from 3:30 to 7 pm – Oyster Supper
    Old Belleman’s Church
    3540 Belleman’s Church Rd, Mohrsville
    Hymnsing at 2:30 pm

    April 30 from 9 am to 2 pm – Spring Fling
    St. James Lutheran Church
    1337 Geigertown Road, Geigertown
    Flea market/Chinese auction
    For more information or to rent a table for $10,
    call 610-582-8220

    April 30 from 8 – 11 pm – Flamin Dick and the Hot Rods
    Shoemakersville Fire Co
    $15 advance tickets and $20 at the door
    Must be 21

    May 1 from 7 – 11 am – AYCE Breakfast Buffet
    Geigertown Fire Company
    3433 Hay Creek Road
    For more information call 610-286-6481

    May 1 from 12 to 4 pm – Children’s Day Sheep & Wool Program
    Daniel Boone Homestead
    400 Daniel Boone Road, Birdsboro
    Hands-on activities and demonstrations, wagon rides
    $7 adults, $4 ages 5-15 and under 5 FREE

    May 1 at 2:30 pm – Walking for Healing
    Epler’s Church
    1151 West Leesport Road, Leesport

    May 1 from 2-5 pm – Pennsylvania Jazz Society
    Dewey Banquet Hall
    502 Durham Street, Hellertown
    Presents:  Drew Nugent and the Midnight Society
    Music of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s
    Members $15, first timers $15 and general admission $20

    May 5, 6, and 7Exeter Community Library Spring Book & Bake Sale
    May 5 and 6 – 12 noon to 7 pm
    May 7 from 9 am to 1 pm (bag of books for $5)

    May 6 at 7:30 pm – Basket Raffle

    Gilbertsville Fire Co – Binder Hall
    Admission ticket $20
    Bake sale
    Cash bar and food available
    Doors open at 5 pm

    May 6 from 12 to 7 pm & May 7 from 9 – 1 pm – Plant Sale
    Berks County Ag Center
    1238 County Welfare Road, Bern Twp

    May 7 from 4 – 7 pm – Family Style Ham Dinner
    St. John’s Gernant’s Church
    Leesport
    Adults $9 and 5-11 $4

    May 7 from 3-7 pm – Family- style Turkey Pot Pie Supper
    St. Peter’s UCC of Molltown
    219 Maidencreek Rd, Fleetwood
    Adults $8 and 6-12 $4

    May 7 starting at 11 am – Chicken BBQ
    Vinemont Community Lutheran Church
    Along Fritztown Road
    Accompany your chicken with some ala cart items
    For more information call 717-484-2590

    May 7 from 4-7 pm – Turkey Breast Dinner
    St. John’s Lutheran Church
    4125 Penn Ave, Sinking Spring
    Eat in or take out
    Adult $10, children 6-12 – $5

    May 7 from 3-7 pm – Pot pie Supper
    St. Peter’s UCC
    Maidencreek Road, Molltown
    Adults $8, 6-12 $4 and under 6 FREE

    May 8 from 8 am to 12 noon – Mother’s Day Breakfast
    Strausstown Fire Company
    50 East Ave, Strausstown
    Full breakfast menu

    May 10 to May 14Book Sale
    Wernersville Library
    May 10 – pre-sale 6 to 8 pm $5 admission
    May 11 – 10 am to 8 pm
    May 12 – 10 am to 8 pm
    May 13 – 2 pm to 7 pm
    May 14 – 8 am to 2 pm

    May 12 to May 14Book Sale
    Fleetwood Area Public Library
    110 W Arch St, Fleetw00d
    May 12 – noon to 8 pm
    May 13 – 9 am to 2 pm
    May 14  – 9 am to 1 pm ($5 bag sale)

    May 13 at 8 pm – Reading Radio Club Mtg
    Berks County Agricultural Center
    1238 County Welfare Road, Bern Twp
    For more information call 610-678-8976

    May 14 from 10 am to 1 pm – Chicken BBQ
    Shartlesville Playground
    $7

    May 14 at 2 pm – Bingo
    Koinos Community Church
    801 Commerce Street, Sinking Spring
    $20 advance and $25 at the door

    May 14 at 10 am – Color Me Mifflin Run
    Shillington Park
    Registration at ColorMeMifflin.com
    Adults $20 and students $15 by April 27
    Adults $25 and students $20 after April 27
    Open to all ages
    For more information call 484-650-1237

    May 14 at 10 am – Pendora:  Forgotten Trolley Park of Reading
    Berks History Center
    940 Centre Avenue, Reading
    Reading native, historian, and author, Paul A. Druzba,
    revisits his childhood and the glory days of Pendora Park.
    Program and book signing
    $5 members and $8 non-members

    May 14 from 8 am to 1 pm – Yard Sale, Preschool Comm Day, Bake Sale
    Bally Mennonite Church (1481 Rt. 100, Bally)
    Household items, childrens games and crafts, tour the preschool, food,
    drinks and baked goods
    Rain or shine
    Questions call 610-845-1600

    May 15 from 2-4 pm – Ringgold Band
    Zion’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
    354 Zion’s Church Road, Shoemakersville
    Free will offering

    May 15 at 9:15 am – Suicide Prevention Lecture
    St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
    548 Old Swede Road, Douglassville
    Speaker – Jodi Holland
    Coffee and light refreshments
    Lecture is free

    May 15 at 9:30 am – Berks/Schuylkill March for Babies
    Penn State Berks Campus
    1800 Broadcasting Road, Reading

    May 20 from 5 – 8 pm – Spaghetti Dinner
    Reading Flotilla Training Base
    2058 River Road, Reading
    $7 per person
    Call 610-775-1524 for tickets
    No walk-ins!!!

    May 21 from 7 am to 1 pm – Flea Market
    8 am to 1 pm – Bloodmobile
    7 am to 11 am – AYCE Breakfast
    Adults $7, under 12 $3.50 and under 5 FREE

    May 21 from 3 to 5 pm – Dinner, History Tour and Flea Market
    St. Michael’s Church, Hamburg
    Tours start at 3 and 5 with dinner to follow each tour
    Adults $10, children under 12 $5

    May 21 from 1 – 4 pm – Mifflin/Wilson Alumni Basketball Games
    Governor Mifflin Intermediate School
    1:00 – classes 2015-2005
    2:00 – classes 2004-1999
    3:00 – classes 1998-1994
    4:00 – classes 1993 & prior
    Admission $5 adults or $3 students
    For more information call 610-334-7938

    May 21 from 7 am – ? – Yard Sale with Soup and Sandwich Sale
    St. John’s UCC
    3713 Pricetown Road (next to Ruscombmanor Fire Co)
    Reserve tables $10, subs $6, soup $6/qt
    To reserve or pre-order call 610-781-6125

    May 21 from 7 to 11 am – Pancake Breakfast
    Bally Mennonite Church
    Route 100, Bally
    Church Fellowship Hall
    Cost is a donation

    May 21 from 8 am to 2 pm – Spring Fling Bazaar
    Grace E. Lutheran Church
    33 S 11th Street, Reading
    Chicken bbq 11 am to 2 pm
    Food, baked goods, white elephant, clothing, books
    and raffle
    For more information call 610-375-3961 AM ONLY!

    May 30 at 9:00 am – Memorial Day Parade
    Begin:  Exeter Twp High School
    Conclude:  Forest Hills Memorial Park
    Keynote speaker:  Judge Jim Lillis