Be sure to check out our wonderful community group pages!
Conshohocken Art League
For 98 years, the Conshohocken Art League has been providing the Conshohocken community education in the fine arts. In addition to painting, drawing and printmaking classes, workshops and exhibition opportunities, CAL also hosts some of the most distinguished artists in the Philadelphia area with presentations via its Visiting Artist program.
Gabe and Herbie
Gabriel Nathan and his 1963 Volkswagen Beetle Herbie the Love Bug replica have a mission; to spread a message of suicide prevention and hope everywhere they go by publicizing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and generating conversations about mental health and suicide. Gabe is on the Board of Directors of Prevent Suicide PA.
Facebook: @Love Bug Trumps Hate
Conshohocken Vineyard Church
Conshohocken Vineyard is a church dedicated to creatively expressing the beauty of Psalm 23 for those who live along Route 23.
Suicide Prevention Taskforce
The mission of the Montgomery County Suicide Prevention Taskforce is to develop and implement strategies to reduce the risk of suicide in Montgomery County through the collaborative efforts of community agencies and service providers.
Conshohocken Dog Park Committee
The Conshohocken Dog Park Committee meets monthly to ensure that all community concerns and questions are addressed, and recommendations for the welfare of pets are made to Borough Council. Follow us, tag us, and considering joining or supporting the committee! We’d love to see you and your pets!
Make a donation to support the Park:
Facebook: @Conshy Dog Park
Whitemarsh Art Center
The Whitemarsh Art Center enriches the community by fostering inspiration, appreciation and engagement in the arts for people of all ages and abilities. Through exhibitions, lectures, workshops, extended classes and artist residencies, we invigorate and educate the greater Whitemarsh region.
Sea Plastic Pledge
Sea Plastic Pledge is a movement aimed at increasing awareness around the ocean sustainability crisis we face as a global community today, and expand mindfulness toward conservation as we go about our daily lives. This June 2020 Sea Plastic Pledge campaign is focused on providing relief to those impacted by COVID-19 in the Greater Philadelphia Area. All funds raised will be donated to the Montco PA COVID-19 Response Fund and the Colonial Neighborhood Council.
Friends of the Conshohocken Library
Please join the Conshohocken Free Library for our virtual summer reading program "Imagine Your Story" starting June 20. Use the Beanstalk App to track your summer reading. Don't forget to count any of the virtual reading stories you view here! There will be prizes for all ages and fun, virtual activities all summer. Check the library and Friends of Conshohocken Free Library Facebook pages for more information.
Friends of Conshohocken Parks
Now more than ever, our community parks are a valuable resource to our physical and mental health. In recent days, Sutcliffe Park became a place for residents to safely meet, contemplate, and pray for a better country in these uncertain times. While recent storm damage brought down trees in Mary Wood Park, the trails and benches are now accessible again. Work has resumed on improvements at Aubrey Collins Park. Soon, our playgrounds will reopen to eager children again. The Friends of Conshohocken Parks is working hard to find creative, safe ways to advocate for our parks, paying it forward to the community. As we move closer to the green zone, we hope to resume safe, community engagement opportunities. Until then, we are excited to share our new t-shirt design. All proceeds will go towards preserving and protecting our parks, for this and future generations. Find us on Facebook and Instagram for information on purchasing a shirt as soon as they are ready!
Greater Norristown Art League
At Greater Norristown Art League we believe art is therapeutic to mind, body, and spirit; beneficial to all regardless of artistic abilities. We invite you to discover the benefits of art. Right now we are offering an exciting, innovative and fun on-line "camp in a box" with art instructor Diane DiRogatis! There will be a new theme each week and various projects that allow "campers" to explore basic art concepts.
Conshohocken Community Garden
Conshohocken Community Garden is located on the 400 block of East Elm Street. Whether you’re a new or seasoned gardener, this is the perfect place to establish roots. Members tend their own 10’x10’ plot to grow vegetables, fruits, and flowers for their families, friends, and the community.
Contact: ConshohockenCommunityGarden@gmail.com to join.