On this page, you will find an archive of educational programs, tours and events presented by the Schuylkill River Heritage Center and captured on video. If you missed one our programs, you can watch the videos here.
Celebrate Spring 2022
In this ZOOM presentation, representatives from many places will share their activities and events planned for 2022.
Chari Towne presents The Schuylkill River Project
In this ZOOm presentation, Chari Towne, a leader of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network for many years, and now its Director of Operations and Grants, will tell the story of how the Schuylkill River became the dirtiest river in the USA, but because of the massive clean-up efforts, it is now clean and was named as one of eleven American Heritage Rivers.
Birds along the River
a knowledgeable and avid avian enthusiast, a member of Schuylkill Township’s Environmental Advisory Council and the Schuylkill River Heritage Center provided an exploration of Birds that can be sighted along our area rivers. Mary Ellen Heisey,
The Schuylkill River Heritage Center celebrates Phoenixville’s Legacyof inclusiveness and diversity. We have installed a large display of religious places in the community that illustrate this wonderful history. This display also honors Debbie Mitchell – the heroine who was an amazing African- American community leader, and who is featured on The Phoenixville Mural!
If you missed Barbara Cohen’s presentation about Phoenixville’s Renaissance, follow this link for a recording of the ZOOM session. Learn more about the important architectural and historical features of Phoenixville, and efforts to restore the Foundry.