Lost Lyft sign

When cleaning up after the festival, we lost a illuminated Lyft sign. Please help us to get it back, so we can return it  to Lyft- this is an expensive marketing material that they lent us in good faith. If… Continue Reading →

Jimbo Daily pointed out an old Firebird story from our area, which is worth sharing.

 THE FIREBIRD OF OUR HEARTS  GRACEANNA LEWIS KIMBERTON ABOLITIONIST, SCIENTIST, HUMANITARIAN PHOENIXVILLE HERO   THE UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD SURPRISE   A knock was heard on the door of a well known Kimberton Abolitionist family on a wet and stormy night…. Continue Reading →

We’ve partnered up with Lyft to provide safe rides for Phoenixville Firebird Festival attendees!

Get $10 off one ride to or from the Phoenixville Firebird Festival. Enter code PHXFIREBIRD under ‘Promos’. Request your ride and hit the road! Terms apply.  Here is the direct link to the coupon code.

June J. McInerney is writing historic novels about Phoenixville. She is donating $3 of every book sale till December 9th

Firebird Wand making at the Library, these past two Saturdays, was a success.

Clay Bird Workshop at the Community Art Center

  We had 4 successful clay bird making classes at our Community Art center. The day before the festival they will be put into the Firebird. Sunday at noon we will take them out of the ashes. It is wonderful… Continue Reading →

Firebird Mugs and T-shirts Now Available!

This year’s Firebird Mugs and T-shirts are now available for sale at the Phoenixville Farmers Market and at Artisans Cafe. $25 for our handcrafted mugs by local artisan and $20 for t-shirts. All proceeds go towards funding this year’s event.

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