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Juneteenth Celebration – Kids Story Time

June 14 @ 11:00 am

It is a very special story-time at Pottsgrove Manor to celebrate Juneteenth! Join the museum for a story focused on Black history in America and the incredible stories and people who made that history happen. They are reading “Henry’s Freedom Box” and each family can take home a FREE copy of this book, while supplies last!

Story time welcomes children of all ages but is most appropriate for ages 5–9. Suggested Donation: $2 per person.

About Pottsgrove Manor:

Built in 1752 for the Potts family, Pottsgrove Manor showcases the elegance of early Georgian architecture and tells the history of John and Ruth Potts, their 13 children, and the paid, indentured, and enslaved people who lived and labored here.

The manor sits on four acres which are part of the County of Montgomery’s Division of Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites. When the Potts family first purchased the property, they held 995 acres that ran along the Schuylkill River which eventually came to include Pottsgrove Manor, two grist mills, a forge, and the town of Pottstown. The Potts family continued to live and develop the town for generations, seeing it grow from less than 20 homes to a thriving borough.