VOLUNTEERS MAKING A BIG DIFFERENCE IN ANTIETAM VALLEY – Read the Reading Eagle Editorial.


HOLIDAY TREE DONATION

treePurchase your holiday tree at Reading Fire Equipment (2000 Perkiomen Avenue, Mount Penn 19606) and AVCP will receive a $10.00 donation!

Be sure to print and present the following coupon when making your purchase: HOLIDAY TREE – DONATION COUPON

IN THE NEWS

September 25th, 2016|Comments Off on WOO contest winner

9/23/2016 – From the Reading120, “Get Your Woo On” contest: “Now we present the winner of the Reading 120 Get Your Woo On Contest presented by Reading Eagle/WEEU/Pretzel City Productions for the BEST COMMUNITY… Our winner is Antietam Valley Community Partnership! This community totally rocked it! Live radio and video streaming of the race, live music, food and beer vendors, and a whole lot of fun!! Congrats to the Antietam Valley for putting on a terrific community party! #Reading120contest”

September 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on IN THE NEWS

  9/1/2016 – Lee Pace of the Antietam Valley Community Partnership and Joe Boyle of the festival talk about the master plan for Carsonia Park and the craft beer festival coming up on October 15. >> Click to view the BCTV segment

UPCOMING EVENTS

ANTIETAM VALLEY FARMER’S AND ARTIST’S MARKET

Join us for the 2016/17 Winter Season!
Beginning Saturday, November 5, customers will be welcomed inside at the Recreation Center at Carsonia Park, Byram Street, Pennside, from 9 am to Noon. Over 30 vendors, some new to our market, will be participating. Plenty of parking is available.

>> Read more ABOUT THE MARKET

CARSONIA PARK DEVELOPMENT

January 31st, 2016|Comments Off on CARSONIA PARK

GRANT AWARD Great news for our community! The Recreation Commission of the Antietam Valley was awarded over $277,000 in grant funding to expand and redevelop Carsonia Park, following the Master Plan completed last year. Thanks to all of you who have been supporting AVCP’s work to raise funds to support the Master Plan—at our last meeting we pledged $20,000 for park improvements, bringing the total raised by AVCP to $33,000, which, in addition to funds provided by Mount Penn, Lower Alsace and the Water Authority, helped make up the match funding that made these applications possible.

January 17th, 2015|Comments Off on MASTER PLAN

MASTER PLAN Thanks to some very hard work by citizens and organizations in our community, including AVCP, we now have a Master Plan for the restoration of Carsonia Park and Crystal Lake. The plan calls for a reorientation of several major features in the park, as well as improvements to parking facilities, the Recreation Building and Crystal Lake. >> read more