Walkability in the Classics

A Classic Town since 2009, the Borough of Lansdale  has been working steadily to revitalize its Main Street as a destination full of cultural activities, dining, unique retail, and improved access to the SEPTA regional rail station.  Lansdale’s goals include: Walking Maintain existing walkable neighborhoods and protect their character. Train Service Provide improved services in […]

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Autumn Harvest in the Classic Towns

The month of October has been a time of continual celebration and harvest in Greater Philadelphia. From traditions like Bordentown’s Annual Cranberry Fest Craft Show to local farmers’ markets, the Classic Towns have been embracing the autumnal spirit. Check out our October video blog to get a glimpse into the festivities and hear what a […]

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Historic District Recognized in Oxford

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, who is responsible for the collection, conservation, and interpretation of Pennsylvania’s historic heritage, has officially certified the historical significance of the Oxford Borough historic district. “This is a great example of how hard work, perseverance, and dedication create positive results. I congratulate everyone involved in this accomplishment,” Oxford Mayor Geoff Henry […]

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