Trappe, Pennsylvania, is celebrating its 300th anniversary in 2017. To kick-off this milestone year, community members are invited to a party on Saturday, January 28 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the auditorium of the former Perkiomen Valley school building at 23 E. First Avenue, Trappe. Mingle with friends and neighbors while enjoying refreshments and music provided by Gorski Engineering. Learn about plans for the renovation of the old school into condos—Luxury meets History—and get an exclusive preview of the forthcoming book Trappe and Collegeville at a pop-up shop with Trappe souvenirs. Trappe mayor Connie Peck will also read a proclamation from Trappe Borough announcing the anniversary.
About The Trappe 300 Steering Committee
The Trappe 300 Steering Committee is a collaborative initiative of numerous Trappe and Collegeville-based non-profit organizations and residents for the purpose of developing special programs, events, and projects to celebrate Trappe’s 300th anniversary in 2017. Participants include Augustus Lutheran Church, Collegeville Economic Development Corporation, Community Music School, Historical Society of Trappe, Collegeville, Perkiomen Valley, The Speaker’s House, St. Luke’s UCC, and Trappe Borough. Visit HistoricTrappe.org for more information.
Lisa Minardi or Rachael Morrison
Trappe 300 Steering Committee Co-chairs