Aston Township Lioness Club Presents: Murder Mystery Night: “Nailed In Vegas”
$45 per person includes: Buffet Dinner & Cash Bar
Friday, May 20th, Doors open at 6:45pm, Ballrooms at Boothwyn
1405 Meeting House Road, Boothwyn Pa 19061
Advance Tickets Only Call:
Harriet Reynolds: 610 344 – 3491
Gladys Moore: 610 485-4621
Join your neighbors at your local community park and participate in the 2nd Annual Aston Beautiful Clean Up Day.
2nd Annual Aston Beautiful
Clean Up Day is
May 7th 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
From Bridgewater to Mount Roads and everywhere in between, on May 7th Aston Residents will join together to keep…contact email@example.com
Come out to the NEW Aston Township Farmers Market at the Valley View Shopping Center, every Tuesdays, from from 3pm to 7pm; June through September.
Fruit, Vegetables, Baked Goods, BBQ and much more…
Did you miss the live broadcast of the Aston Township Commissioners meeting on Aston TV?
No problem, you may view this and previous BOC meetings online by visiting our video archive or Board of Commissioners page. This meeting will also re-broadcast on Aston TV (Comcast Channel 5, Verizon Cable 45) on Tuesday beginning at 4pm.
The inaugural event for Family Strong Foundation. Ticket and Sponsorship opportunities available!
An Evening of Hope: Standing Strong 4 a Cure, promises to be a true celebration of the community support in V. Michael Fulginiti’s and many others’ fight against ALS. Dinner will be provided by Marino’s catering and music by the band Mike Davis and the Bullets.
Be prepared to purchase keys to unlock HOPE in an ultimate gift card jackpot, purchase a glow stick for a silly game of heads and tails, and bid on many amazing auction items such as a one hour flight in your own private plane! We look forward to making a difference in the lives of PALS as we raise both awareness and funding to cure this devastating disease.
2nd Ward Easter Egg Hunt was a great success, as expected. After first postponing due to the threat of bad weather, the rescheduled event went off without a hitch on Saturday the 26th and the weather could not have been better.
More than 500 excited Aston children gathered on the field behind the Community Center on March 19 to participate in the township’s annual Easter Egg hunt.
Carrying brightly decorated baskets, bags and buckets, the children spent little time collecting the 13,000 Easter Eggs which dotted the field.
As in years past, the hunt was organized by age groups so that all children had the opportunity to collect eggs.
“We came last year and my children had a great time,” said Marianne Rhyne. “Aston always does such fun things for the kids.
Hosted by the township Parks and Recreation Board, in addition to the hunt itself, the event featured an outside Easter Bunny who happily posed for pictures, gift bags, pretzels, hot dogs, water, lemonade, and an inside Easter Bunny who posed with township children in formal pictures.
Wawa was also on hand and provided coffee for adult hunt attendees.
“I had a lot of fun today,” said six-year-old Anna Widen. “I liked the hot dogs the best and I got some eggs with candy in them too.”
During a special reorganization meeting held Jan. 4, James Stigale and Michael Higgins were unanimously re-elected president and vice president of the township board of commissioners, respectively. Read more
The Aston Township Parks and Recreation Committee in conjunction with the township board of commissioners, is pleased to announce the first place and honorable mention winners in the inaugural township holiday decorating contest.
The holiday decorating contest ran through December 20 when teams of impartial judges were dispersed throughout each ward in the township to determine this year’s winners. Two residences in each ward were selected to receive a first place award of a $100 gift card to Giant Market and honorable mention winners received a $50 gift card to Wawa.
The continuation of the DCIU Conditional Use Hearing has been tentatively scheduled for Monday, January 25, 2016 at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be held in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room in the Aston Township Municipal Building located at 5021 Pennell Road. The meeting is open to the public. For updates regarding the DCIU, please check the DCIU Summary page on this site.