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Promoting Lansdale by connecting business, people and fun. Our mission is to galvanize and connect all sectors of our community — individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and government — by creating a unified movement that promotes, produces, and maintains a clean, healthy, safe Borough for our families, friends, and guests."
So much to see and do in Lansdale!
Activities and attractions abound all year. Weekly concerts in Whites Road Park, a fabulous Farmers Market each Saturday, spring's International Festival and fall's Oktoberfest to benefit the Freight House Restoration, Lansdale Day, The Lansdale Beer Fest, Cars Under the Lights, Bike Night ... the list goes on and on. Visit anytime, and you'll find things to do, places to shop and dine, and some of the friendliest people around.
A Borough on the move!
A strong community in the midst of a major revitalization movement. Learn all about our friendly village — then and now. Discover a great place to visit, shop, dine, work and live. And enjoy everything Lansdale has to offer.
Updated Jan. 20, 2020
CORRECTION: THE PRICE OF THE 3-COURSE DINNER AT STOVE & TAP WAS MISPRINTED IN THE PRINTED VERSION OF THE MENU BOOK.
THE PRICE SHOULD BE $30, NOT $25. THE PRICE IS CORRECT ON THIS WEBSITE.
DISCOVER LANSDALE REGRETS THE ERROR.
Lansdale Restaurant Week is here!
The borough’s Second Annual Restaurant Week is here Feb. 3rd through 9th, with special menus available all week, all around town.
At least 14 of the town’s top eateries and restaurants have signed up to date to participate in this year’s downtown dining extravaganza:
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND THE LATEST MENUS!
Making Christmas bright at the Commons
The results are in for the 2019 Lansdale Christmas Tree Displays. Visitors to the tree display voteD for their favorite trees. People often said, “It is tough to pick a favorite,” but they figured it out and then votes were counted. The Envelope Please . . . .
A few honorable mentions:
A big THANK YOU to all the businesses and organizations that participated, and North Penn Commons & Manna on Main Street for providing the space for the trees. This has become a wonderful annual Lansdale Holiday tradition. Also a big THANK YOU to all of the volunteers that helped make this possible.
Last but not least, thanks to the committee who worked tirelessly to bring this great tradition to town:
The latest issue of DL Magazine is available!
Look for the Holiday 2019 issue of Discover Lansdale Magazine, now available at local businesses, Lansdale Borough hall and Lansdale Library, and at all borough events!
This issue is all about giving: The year the entire town banded together to give to the less fortunate; some ideas for volunteering and contributing, for those who wish to share the season's bounty; some shopping discoveries that carry the Lansdale brand, wherever they're given; and sharing the gift of reading through the Lansdale Library.
You'll also find a full schedule of events right through the holidays and into the New Year.
Check out some of the features here. And if you are looking for a printed copy but can't find one — or if you have a business and would like to distribute the popular publication to your customers (or need more copies) — just leave us a message right here.
Help restore the historic Freight House
Watch for new volunteer opportunities as work continues at Lansdale's historic Reading Freight House.
The exterior deck and old crane hoist are gone, the Liberty Trail is well underway, and the deck's stone piers, made of the same stone as the building, were saved to be reclaimed.
The old wood flooring is still available for sale, in varying lengths at $6 per foot. And we will be selling souvenir benches made from that wood in the near future. All income goes right to the restoration fund.
Also, please consider donating to the effort. Our goal is to have the venue operational in time for Lansdale's Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2022.