(610) 369-3054
3 E. Philadelphia Ave.
Boyertown, Pa 19512

Welcome to Building a Better Boyertown

Building a Better Boyertown (BBB) is a non-profit organization formed in 2002. Boyertown, PA is a Main Street Community, received funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and private donors to focus on downtown revitalization.

BBB staff and volunteers develop and accomplish tasks that maintain Boyertown’s historical heritage, promote downtown Boyertown and attract people to the community. They concentrate on business recruitment and retention and on providing technical assistance and grant opportunities for property and business owners in the Main Street District to make facade improvements enhancing the town's Victorian architecture.

Overall, Boyertown's approach to revitalization is comprehensive in nature. We are always looking for fresh faces and ideas to help us achieve our goals. Come join us, and the fun!

SavillesDessert_ClubYou’re invited to join us at the next meeting of our dessert club.
Hosted by Bonnie L. Thompson, Financial Advisor
Second Wednesday of each month, 1pm-2pm
Coffee & dessert are on us.

We’ll have a brief presentation on how Social Security fits into your retirement income plan, followed by an informal discussion.
We hope you will join us. Please call
610-326-1035 by Monday prior to the event.

thrivelogoNew Year Resolution –  

Lose Weight, Quit Smoking…we can help!
Offering:  Massage Therapy, Herbal Medicines, Nutritional/ Lifestyle Counseling, Acupressure, Tui Na (Chinese Medicine), Massage, Cupping, Moxibustion, Detoxification, Fertility and much more….Hours: Mon – Thurs 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Friday 10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Contact us for a FREE ½ hour consultation
(610) 367-1633
Join in January and receive  1/2 off the Joiner Fee!
Visit philaymca.org for more information.
charlesadamsEveryone here at the Boyertown Area Historical Society hopes you are enjoying the holiday season and wishes you well in the coming new year.  On January 3rd, the Society’s Haunted Boyertown Committee is going to start on definitive plans for 2015.  We are expanding the number and scope of our fund raising activities and we can use VOLUNTEERS to help us in many areas—e.g., leading ghost walks, collecting ghost stories, record keeping, ticket sales, publicity and many others.  The Society is a private nonprofit organization that is dependent upon the public for money to enable us to preserve and present the history and heritage of the Boyertown area.  By volunteering to help us you can both have fun and contribute to a worthy cause.

To VOLUNTEER, please call 610.367.0630 or email to HauntedBoyertown@gmail.com.  We would also appreciate any ghost stories of the Boyertown area that you can relate to us and would be glad to consider any proposals that you might have for additional Haunted Boyertown fund raising opportunities for the Society.

We also run a series of programs on topics of local historical interest on the fourth Wednesday of most months and would also appreciate any suggestions you might have as topics for those programs.

Among the Haunted Boyertown activities that we are planning for 2015 are:

2015 Haunted Boyertown
  • Sales of Charles J Adams, III’s book, Haunted Boyertown
  • We hope to have Charles Adams return to Boyertown for a number of activities, including book signings, lectures and and Ghost Train Rides
  • Haunted Walks Around Boyertown (including a third and new walk)
  • Paranormal Investigations
  • Haunted Boyertown Train Rides
  • Halloween for Children
  • Dowsing for Water, Metal, Bones, Graves and Ghosts
  • Rhoads Opera House Fire
  • Boyertown’s Magnetic Iron Ore Mines
coffeeYou’re invited to join us at the next meeting of our coffee club.
Hosted by Bonnie L. Thompson, Financial Advisor.  We’ll have a brief presentation on how Social Security fits into your retirement income plan,  followed by an informal discussion. We hope you will join us.
Please call 610-326-1035 by Monday prior to the event.
Third Thursday of each month, 9am-10am
  Coffee & dessert are on us.
  Hickory Park Restaurant
  Rt 73 & Rt 663
  Gilbertsville, PA 19525
Gather your family, friends and neighbors to work off some of those holiday cookies…..and help us raise money to find a cure!janpromo2015
Saturday, January 24, 2015
1 – 3 PM (Registration @ 12:30)
Good Shepherd UCC
35 W. Philadelphia Avenue, Boyertown

* Healthy Snacks will be available * and there will also be a 50 / 50 Drawing

Tickets: $10 in advance…$12 at the door (Rain, Shine or Snow…….No Refunds)
Tickets can be purchased at Sweet Beginnings Restaurant, from any team member, or from Zumba® Instructor, Kathryn Burnett at the Bally Community Center

An exhibition juried by Amanda C. Burdan, Associate Curator from the Brandywine River Museum.  FARM MODERNPostcardCombine2015_Page_1

Featured Artist (front of card) by Joanne Schlosser,winner of the 2014 FARM exhibit.

Redefining the FARM only at Studio B. Get the postcard HERE!

We are now in our 20th year of serving the community. Thank You for your continued patronage and support.

Wishing everyone a  Blessed, Joyous, Relaxing & MERRY CHRISTMAS with a Prosperous and Healthy New Year !!

Sweet Beginnings will be closed from Dec. 24, 2014 Through January 4, 2015

Mid-December Menu

This year’s Holiday Window Art Display Theme is The Nutcracker!Flower Fairy

Thank you to Tom Dareneu of the Boyertown Area Senior High School Art department and student volunteers including:

Julia Rocereta, Devon Stockonis, Danielle Kutt, Laura Stepnowski, Brittany Cobb, Kaitlyn Bartlett, Bonnie Coccagna

and Augusta Garvey who volunteered to create these beautiful Holiday Artwork for the downtown businesses!

See see more photos of the art displays go to BoyertownPa Main Street Revitalization faceblook page



Get your entry slip for each breakfast or lunch purchase
Dec. 8-12……drawing at 2pm Friday, Dec. 12
Dec. 15-19……drawing at 2pm Friday, Dec. 19

December Menu