Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2031 North Reading Road
Denver, PA 17517
Phone: (717) 336-7000
Fax: (717) 336-3413
Each season, Ephrata ACT performs original and favorite productions.
EPAC performs musicals, comedies and dramas throughout the season in the historic Playhouse in the Park on Cocalico Street in Ephrata Community Park.
Celebrate the founding of PA at the Ephrata Cloister, an example of America's heritage of religious freedom. Held in April.
Situated on a three-acre tract, the Horst Auction Center includes a 55' x 105' auction gallery and a three bay garage.
This two-day annual event celebrating the area's history and transportation heritage will include arts & crafts, antique cars, farm equipment, carriages, wagons, entertainment, demonstrations, exhibits, Pennsylvania German dialect programs, children's activities and more. The Heritage Festival will take place in October, one mile north of the Reading Regional Airport.
The Institute of the Arts in Wyomissing has served the artistic and educational community of Berks County and the surrounding area for over 70 years with exhibits and performances. Programs for all ages that include music, dance, yoga, visual arts, movement, voice and theater are provided year round.
Do you want to learn how to dance? Fred Astaire dance studio offers Ballroom and Latin dance classes for all ages and experience level. Visit the website for more information and class schedule.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown on ten large screens at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a concession stand.
Bringing you quality musical theatre entertainment at its best for over 75 years, this opera society produces two outstanding musical theatre productions throughout the year.
Miller Center for the Arts, is one of the latest venues to have opened in Reading. Housed within the Reading Area Community College, it is a performance hall with a futuristic design of glass and steel. A multi-purpose venue that can be used for concerts, workshops, lectures and public meetings, can seat up to 500 persons. It has become a part of the College's partnership with the nearby GoggleWorks Center for the Arts. Its endeavor is to organize innovative events and become a premier ticketed performance venue. It includes both orchestra and gallery seating.
A former reading and optical glass factory, The GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is a thriving arts center that comprises dance studios, art galleries, a theater and so forth. For event updates and other details, check website.
The Abraham Lincoln Hotel in Reading, Pennsylvania is a heritage hotel which combines the splendor of the past and the technology of the modern era. This is best felt in the Presidential Ballroom of the Hotel. Huge chandeliers, mellow lighting and polished wooden floors make for the perfect wedding or dinner reception. It also has a stage for a live band and a dance floor to accommodate a large party. It seats 300 for a sit-down dinner and 500 guests for a wedding.