Places That Inspire Us…

As part of our Spring Challenge, we want to help you to get out and explore this summer! To do that we are sharing a list of the places that inspire us to slow down, reconnect and learn something new about ourselves and our community.

To help preserve these amazing places any gift you make till July 31st will be matched dollar-for-dollar! 

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Rolling Hill Park

Home sweet home. Our 1896 caretaker’s cottage sits at the top of the 103-acre public park that surrounds it. Visit us at the Cottage and visit our amazing native rain garden, a hidden-gem of the park.
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West Laurel Hill Cemetery

The beauty of this historic 187-acre arboretum and outdoor sculpture garden is staggering. Download the app to take a self-guided tour and be blown away by the history and architecture of the mausoleu
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Narberth Street Fairs

The folks in Narberth know how to slow down by creating any excuse to shut down their Main Street and enjoy one of our community’s true walkable villages. If you haven’t attended a Music Festival in N
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Gladwyne Jewish Memorial Cemetery

“Har Hazeitim” was abandoned many years ago by a Jewish burial society and recently rediscovered in its thickly wooded area off of Conshohocken State Road. Landlocked by private properties, Har Hazeti
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Pencoyd Trail

(Open soon to the public.) Who would have thought the Cynwyd Heritage Trail could get even better? With the addition of the Pencoyd Trail, bikers and pedestrians will have a new access point for cross
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Fish Passage at Flat Rock Dam

Very few things are more important than restoring cultural heritage. In 1895, the Schuylkill River was once a famous shad fishery, rich and abundant in a food source that sustained the Lenape and the
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