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Friends of Vernon Park holds open meeting on second Wednesdays. Join us at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, adjacent to Vernon Park. (35 W. Chelten Ave., Finney Room) from 6-7:30pm. All are welcome to discuss news and ideas for Vernon Park, the ‘Emerald of Germantown’.
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Join us for our Spring Bazaar on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Meet neighbors, learn about community organizations, find great treasures for great deals and enjoy the spring blooms in Vernon Park…and more. Please share with your friends and neighbors and come on out! … Continue reading
What a year! Please take a moment to read our 2016 Annual Report. Thank you to all who have supported our work and spent time in Vernon Park this year. See you in 2017! fovp_2016_annualreport_web
Join us in Vernon Park at the playground from 10am-12pm for light leaf raking, a children’s art making activity + more. Register online at http://loveyourpark.org/volunteer-registration/
After very careful watching of the forecast, the Fall Bazaar + Flea Market is ON for tomorrow:::::Join us early for the best finds and best weather! 9-2, over 50 vendors. Greene St. Side of Vernon Park (58-5900 Greene St.) #vivagermantown Join … Continue reading
Bring a chair or blanket and your favorite snacks, live music is coming to Vernon Park for four summer Thursday evenings!
After a successful Fall Bazaar that welcomed hundreds of people to (then under renovations) Vernon Park, the Park is open and better than ever! Join us for our Spring Bazaar, May 28, 2016. Meet neighbors, learn about community organizations, … Continue reading
DVRPC Awards $7.6 million to 11 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Projects The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) has awarded $7.6 million to eleven local projects in Southeastern Pennsylvania through the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). The federal program funds community-based … Continue reading