2013 Hope Lodge Calendar
|Wednesday, June 5|
rain date June 19
|Ambler Symphony Concert|
Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and a snack or picnic dinner, and enjoy a delightful evening of music on the spacious front lawn at Hope Lodge. The Ambler Symphony Orchestra always presents an entertaining variety of musical numbers. Admission is free. Donations are welcomed.
|Wednesday August 21|
|Summer Movie on the Lawn|
This year we are featuring "Lincoln" The film will be presented by Whitemarsh Township Parks and Recreation.
|Sunday, September 29|
12:30 to 5pm
|Penn's Woods Puppet Shows and Hope Lodge Tours|
Hope Lodge will be open to the public on Sunday, September 29 from 12:30 to 5pm. We will feature the Penn's Woods Puppets giving two performances of The Walls Have Ears, a Revolutionary War spy story that takes place in British-occupied Philadelphia. This show is most appropriate for 5th and 6th grade students, but it will be enjoyable for everyone, and everyone is welcome. The puppet shows will be at 1pm and 2:30pm. Presentation on the lawn, whether permitting, or in the Hope Lodge barn.
The Friends of Hope Lodge will also be offering guided tours of Hope Lodge at 1, 2, 3, and 4pm. Both the puppet shows and the tours will be free of charge. On-site parking is also free.
|Saturday and Sunday November 2 and 3, 2013|
10am-4pm each day, Rain or Shine
|1777 Whitemarsh Encampment Re-enactment|
Come to Hope Lodge and celebrate the 236th anniversary of the time when Gen. George Washington and the Continental army were camped in the Whitemarsh hills. See the British and American camps, military drills and skirmishes. Buy reproduction goods from colonial-style sutlers. Learn about open-hearth cooking and colonial life. Tour the Hope Lodge mansion. There will be special children's activities and fun for the entire family.
Food will be available. Free parking on-site.
Admissions support the work of the Friends of Hope Lodge.
Calendar subject to change. Call 215-646-1595 the day of the program to verify programs and for up-to-date information. Programs sponsored by the Friends of Hope Lodge, area businesses, and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
Individuals with disabilities who need special assistance or accommodation should contact the Friends through the website well in advance to discuss their needs.