(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!

librarylogoFriday, November 11th, 6:30-8:30, adults 18 and older are invited to come paint with us!  $20 includes art supplies and light refreshments. Please call to register, space is limited. DOWNLOAD THE FLYER

Also the Semi-Annual Book Sale will be held at Good Shepherd UCC, 35 W. Philadelphia Avenue, Boyertown.  Friday, December 2nd, 8:30 – 4 is the book sale and Saturday, December 3rd, 8 – 5 is the bag of books sale.  $5.00 per bag, we provide the bag.  DOWNLOAD THE FLYER

elvisCome check out Jeff Swider as Elvis, performing with The Fastrack Band.  Showtime is Saturday, November 19th, 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person and 100% of the proceeds benefit The State Theatre.  Purchase tickets online or at the Box Office, which opens 30 minutes prior to showtime.  Patsy’s Potpourri of Gifts and Barry Bachman Music Store have tickets at their locations as well.

snowmanAcupuncture can dramatically reduce the symptoms associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder. Symptoms may include: depressed mood, irritability, extreme fatigue, carb cravings, decreased libido, headaches & inability to concentrate. Treatments can provide relief for acute symptoms as well as other significant conditions. Hours: Mon-Thrs 10:30 am- 7:30 pm, Fri 10:30 am-2:30 pm
Call for a FREE consultation – (610) 367-1633 www.thriveacupuncturecenter.com

HOLLYJoin us Thursday, December 15th, 2016 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at our salon, located at 399 S. Reading Avenue, Boyertown.  We will have refreshments, door prizes and giveaways!
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30% OFF All Hair Products

glassMake your own!  Join us November 12 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at our studio located at 150 S. Washington Street, Boyertown.

We are pleased to announce a MYO event at Taylor Backes Glass Blowing in Boyertown. Create your own hand made glass ornaments for you or your family members in this limited access class! $80/Person. Call 610-367-4600 or click the link below to register.

Click HERE to register!

barcoBARCO (Boyertown Area Responsible Canine Owners) will be having a Holiday Fundraiser Sunday Nov 13 from 1-4PM. The Fundraiser will take place at 197 Congo Road, Gilbertsville PA at Michelle Malloy’s residence (president of BARCO).

The Fundraiser will be hosted by Mary Kay Sales director Nancy Panza. Nancy will be donating 25% of all Mary Kay sales directly to BARCO. You may also reach Nancy by her direct email at npanza2@gmail.com. If you are unable to come to this event you may also purchase directly online at Nancy’s website. Make sure to let her know that your purchase is for the BARCO Holiday Fundraiser (www.marykay.com/nancypanza) Come out and see and try all the new latest products Mary Kay has to offer! Remember that Christmas is right around the corner and Mary Kay products are a great Christmas gift! Farm Fresh Eggs donated by (The Egg Drop Inn) will also be for sale and all profits will go directly to BARCO.

If you have any questions please contact Michelle Malloy directly at mahermic@msn.com or send an email to info@barco-pa.com. We hope to see you at our Holiday Fundraiser!!! Please check out our website at www.barco-pa.com

SB_logoWarm the soul!  Check out our menu…HERE!

barnfresh-closedBarn Fresh is temporarily closed due to fire.  Please stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates!

chillin-ad1st Saturday of December Chillin’ on Main, December 3, 2016, 11am to 2 pm

Join Building a Better Boyertown for Santa’s arrival for Chillin’ on Main scheduled on Saturday December 3rd, from 11am to 2pm, for a day of family activities right on Philadelphia Avenue, Boyertown. (Philadelphia Avenue will be closed from Reading Avenue to Washington Street 10am-3pm).  DOWNLOAD Sponsorship letter vendor form 2016 Chillin

Once again Santa and Characters will be arriving on East Philadelphia Avenue at 11 am. Listen for the train whistle and watch as Santa arrives from the North pole, via the Colebrookdale Railroad to be dropped off right on East Philadelphia Avenue. Be sure to come early to get in line for your free sitting with Santa and receive a free 4” x 6”color photograph by a professional photographer.

Don’t miss Santa’s workshop, games, crafts, and activities provided by participating local businesses, and non-profits on your favorite Main Street. We have music being provided by the Boyertown Alumni Band for Santa’s arrival and also a DJ to provide holiday music and announcements during the event. Holiday dancers will be performing and there will be reindeer food give-a-ways provided by the Boyertown Community Library, hot chocolate brought to you by the Salvation Army and of course lots of cookies to be handed out by the volunteers of Building A Better Boyertown.

Please consider sponsoring the event so that we can continue to provide a fun Santa celebration each year.  If you have any questions or would like to participate in sponsoring this event, please contact Building A Better Boyertown office at 610.369.3054 or promotions@boyertownpa.org

PRESS RELEASE

CONTACT:
Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club
Danelle Matlack, member
dmatlack15@aol.com
215.964.7712

Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club
Masters the Art of Giving

PHOTO 1: Susan Lopez, director of Boyertown Community Library, accepts donation in the amount of $1,000 from BJWC club member Jane Prutzman.library donation

PHOTO 2: On a rainy day, Nathaniel Guest gathered all of the Colebrookdale Railroad volunteers for a picture as they accept a $500 donation from Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club.colebrookdale-railroad-donation

[Boyertown, Pa- October, 2016] –
It would be a challenge to find a group as dedicated to our local community as those women of the Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club. BJWC is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, one of the world’s largest and oldest nonpartisan, nondenominational women’s volunteer service organizations. Currently the club has 26 members who not only give their time but also their talents for the betterment of Boyertown and the surrounding area.

Each September BJWC gathers for their welcome back meeting. The club year runs from September through May. September is not only a time to look ahead but also to reflect back on the previous club year. During the summer BJWC was able to make a number of donations thanks to the funds they raised during the previous club year. A total of $3,000 was given in community donations.

Notable donations include a $1,000 donation to the Boyertown Community Library to help support their programs. A $200 donation was made to the Historical Society of Boyertown for their building and educational programs. Another donation in the amount of $500 was accepted by Nathaniel Guest of Colebrookdale Railroad. These funds will go to help with children’s programs and allow those who are not able to afford the programs, the chance to participate.

Yet another donation in the amount of $400 was made to David Boyer of “The Growing Center”. The center is a horticultural therapy center with a mobile therapy program. The mobile therapy program visits various nursing homes and rehab centers and uses live plants and horticultural activities to improve a person’s mental, physical and spiritual aspects of life.

BJWC also supported “Save the Town Clock” with a donation of $200 to help preserve a piece of Boyertown history. Finally, two $1,000 scholarships were awarded to graduating Boyertown high school seniors Jordan Shustack and Jaime Wagner to support their continuing education.

“We could not be more proud of the contributions we made this past club year,” said Anita Zuber, Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club president. “As members of the Boyertown community, we want the town we live in to thrive and we work hard to make these donations possible with various fundraisers. We also give many hours of our personal time to support community events and our own club events, such as Once Upon a Prom. We are always looking for new members to join us. We work hard, but we also have a lot of fun.”

We invite those interested in joining BJWC’s volunteer efforts to our upcoming meeting on Monday, November 14th at 7 p.m. at the Multi-Service (200 West Spring Street, Boyertown). For more information about BJWC, visit our Facebook page GFWC Junior Woman’s Club of Boyertown or contact Anita Zuber, BJWC President at 610-858-1351.

The Boyertown Junior Woman’s Club is comprised of a group of dedicated women who volunteer their time and talents to enrich the Boyertown area and beyond with projects benefiting our youth and those in need.  BJWC organization is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), one of the world’s largest and oldest nonpartisan, nondenominational, women’s volunteer service organizations.

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