Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Celebration Heralds End of Mini-Golf Season

Blogger's Note: The following was submitted by Carousel at Pottstown. 

The mini-golf season at Manatawny Green will take place as a special event Saturday, Sept. 12 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. 

The celebration will include a free scoop of ice cream with each game of golf purchased at the Manatawny Green. 

In addition to seeing the newly installed course lights, participants can take a ride for the first time this season on our Carousel. 

All night, Big Dawg’s BBQ will cater pulled pork, mac-ncheese, as well as smoked kielbasa, wings, and pork belly. 

Dia Doce Gourmet Cupcakes, will serve cupcakes from 6 to 8 p.m., and visitors can receive free COVID caricatures by Alan MacBain from 6 to 7 p.m. 

Big Dawg’s BBQ food truck features beef, chicken, and pork menu options. Their signature bowl, the Big Dawg Bowl, is filled with mac-n-cheese, pulled pork, and more. They promise a smokey, sweet goodness that makes your mouth water every single time your nose catches it dancing in the air. 

Dia Doce carefully prepares and bakes gourmet cupcakes from scratch each day. Their hand-decorated cupcakes with original tempting flavors are made with 100 percent natural ingredients and no artificial flavoring. Each of their homemade treats are a reminder that life is comprised of many sweet days in which some of the best things are simple and unexpected. 

Dia Doce’s signature flavors, like Berry Basil-ade, set them apart from competitors. Two years after Dia Doce opened, they won many awards including the Winner of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, No. 1 on the Philly HotList, and Best of the Main Line. 

MacBain is the owner of the Official Alan MacBain Cartoon Company. His first cartoon was published at the age of nine. As an editorial cartoonist for The Pottstown Mercury, MacBain has experience with creating detailed images that both bring laughs to the audience as well as comment on the current times. 

His images tell a story, from a greeting card to face painting, wall murals, and advertising art. 

About the Carousel at Pottstown Our Carousel is the second oldest operating Philadelphia Toboggan Company wooden carousel in the United States. It took almost 20 years of volunteer efforts to renovate. Each custom carved figure took local artists over 250 hours to sand, paint, and finish. 

We also have an original 1860 horse drawn Trolley car originally from Wilmington, DE, which has been restored and now serves as the facility's snack bar. 

A number of child-friendly arcade games are also available as alternative entertainment for young and old alike. Our newly renovated lobby and gift shop features a vast array of souvenir items such as ornaments, t-shirts, glasses, and Reppert’s candy. 

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