A Taste of Jenkintown

Welcome to our very first Taste of the Towns, where we highlight some of the unique local flavor in our vibrant communities. Come with us to Jenkintown, where the food and atmosphere are second only to the friendly residents you’ll meet along the way. Velvet Sky Bakery 307 Leedom St 215 884 0254 On a […]

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Surprising Sustainable Finds and Excellent Ethical Sourcing!

We’d like to celebrate the sustainable practices, ethical business, and eclectic goods available in the Classic Towns. This month the spotlight is on Mimosa Goods in Bordentown, New Jersey, whose collection of fair trade products benefit people all over the world. Check out some of our picks from this fantastic store, or head over to […]

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Fall Road Trip!

Classic Towns has rounded up some of the best autumn hotspots to soak in this enchanting season! Join us as we find the best apple cider donuts, handcrafted furniture, fresh pumpkins, and live music in Media, Kennett Square, West Chester, and Phoenixville! Our fist stop is the Apple Festival at Linvilla Orchards, where kids get […]

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Warning, Adorable Pups and Kittens Ahead!

If you love animals, look no further than the Classic Towns! You can find a new family member to fill your home with love, meet new friends with four legs, or care for the pet in your life, all in the Delaware Valley. We’ve outlined some of the best places to adopt, learn, volunteer, and […]

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Hop-Happy: Drafts to Down in the Delaware Valley

Boasting breweries large and small, the Classic Towns have a large selection of locally brewed craft beer. We put together our favorite friendly hotspots for intricately flavorful and lovingly made beers in the Delaware Valley. 1. Forest & Main Where: 61 N Main St, Ambler, PA instagram.com – @forestandmain Tucked into a colonial two-story home […]

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Multiple Classic Towns ranked on list of Walkable Urban Places

In June 2016, Smart Growth America released Foot Traffic Ahead 2016, which looks at walkable urban development in the nation’s largest metro areas. The report examined 619 regionally significant walkable urban places—or WalkUPs—in the country’s 30 largest metro areas, and ranked which metros are making the most of their current development, which are positioned to […]

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