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Get a Taste of the Classic Towns

This fall, the Classic Towns are overflowing with flavors thanks to food and drink festivals. From Bordentown City celebrating the very special cranberry to Kennett Square embracing earthy mushrooms, here are a few ways to explore the culinary sides of the Classic Towns.

Photo Credit: J. Smith for GPTMC

A Culinary Tour of Chester County

With more than 1,700 farms, Chester County is the second largest producer of agricultural goods in the state. Farms in and near the Classic Towns of Kennett Square, West Chester, and Phoenixville grow some of the most delicious produce around. And thanks to strong local support, they’re growing a new crop of food artisans, too.

Fall Energy-Saving Maintenance Ideas

With summer fading to fall, many homeowners are wondering how they can begin getting their homes ready for colder weather. Here are some basic, energy-saving tips that homeowners can use to save money and improve the comfort of their home during the winter months.

DVRPC Breaking Ground Conference – November 1

Breaking Ground will focus on the successful partnerships between government, the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and the philanthropic community that help make Greater Philadelphia more livable.