What event perennially marks the first day of summer for you? As children, it was often the last day of school. As adults, it can be something simple like wearing shorts outside for the first time, or perhaps the first day of the season that you have Italian water ice from Rita’s.
We each tend to have our own ways of deciding when summer officially has arrived, and these ideas tend to vary. Summertime in the Delaware Valley can mean a lot of different things such as Phillies games, trips to the Jersey shore, and evening walks along the Schuylkill River Trail. It also can mean a summer concert at PPh, a 4th of July Parade down Rising Sun Avenue, or even taking a cool stroll inside Neshaminy Mall on a hot day.
Summer is always a busy time at PPh, and this year will not be any different. Our summer concerts begin on June 23 with The Ferko String Band making a heralded return to our beautiful community. The John Hoey Orchestra visits PPh on July 14. Tell your friends, get a group together, and come down and listen to some great music with the rest of the PPh family. Have a wonderful June.