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We are so pleased that we have now installed two interpretive signs! One is at the location of the mill that gave Pennypacker Mills its name, across Route 73 from the site's main entrance.  It includes a 1900s photograph of the building as well as the background story of the mill's history.  The second is near the Revolutionary War monument adjacent to the site's entrance.  One side bears a colorized, hand-drawn map of the property as it was in 1900, with descriptive text.  The other side relates to the site's Revolutionary War history.
​     It is thanks to the support of our Friends and benefactors that we have been able to get this far.  Additional signs are planned - two related to the historically important landscaping at the site, which was designed by Thomas Meehan & Sons, so we still need your support (see below). 

Calling All Crafters!
Spaces are now available for the annual Friends Craft

Marketplace on September 16, 2017. 

​For more information or to register, click here.




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Special thanks to the sponsors of the 2017 Civil War Event, who have returned to support us year after year.  With their help we will be FULLY FUNDED for 2017! ​(click on logos to visit their websites)

















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5 Haldeman  Road, Schwenksville, PA 19473         email: info@friendsppm.org

​​The Friends of Pennypacker Mills is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization established to support 
the educational programs and preservation of the Pennypacker Mills Historic Site.

Early 20th Century life comes alive at Pennypacker Mills...the Friends' support enhances your experience. 

Here’s where you come in:  we need YOUR help to raise the remainder of the cost of this project.  Please make a tax deductible donation using the button at right.  No amount is too small!  We thank you in advance for your generosity. 

Our fundraising goal is $5,000. $2,500.
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Interpretive Sign Fundraising Campaign