The Hatboro Summer Fun Festival and Carnival continues at Miller Meadow through Memorial Day, where families can have fun while supporting a good cause.

There will be rides, games, musical performances, and other activities. Gates open Friday at 6 p.m. and the evening will culminate with a fireworks show. Saturday through Memorial Day, carnival gates open at 2 p.m. On Sunday at 6, a Hatboro's Got Talent showcase is open to all ages, with prizes or cash awards.

Proceeds from the carnival will benefit the Enterprise Fire Company of Hatboro and the revitalization project of Elm Street Hatboro.

ComedySportz for Kids at the Playground

Adults compete for kids' laughs Sunday at the ComedySportz for Kids show at the Playground, 20th and Sansom Streets.

The fun begins at 11 a.m. when three ComedySportz players and a referee play games and compete for children's (and parents') laughter. The show, designed for ages 3 and older, lets children and attendees participate.

The show, presented by ComedySportz Philadelphia, takes place every last Sunday of the month.

Schooner Amistad

Families can take deck tours and sail on the Schooner Amistad through Wednesday while learning about and commemorating the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade. The vessel will be hosted by the Independence Seaport Museum in honor of its new exhibit "Tides of Freedom, African Presence on the Delaware River."

The deck tours and sails will educate families and raise awareness of the slave trade. Guests will hear stories about black and white abolitionists who resisted the trade of enslaved Africans. The 129-foot schooner, a Baltimore vessel made in 2000, will have deck tours starting at 5 Friday evening and two-hour sailing tours starting Saturday at 1. Deck tours and sails will be offered through Wednesday.

The Schooner Amistad has been utilized by international agencies and organizations in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Europe, and West Africa to recognize and commemorate the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade in the former British Empire in 1807 and the U.S. in 1808.

Schooner Amistad docking begins at 5 p.m. Friday at Independence Seaport Museum, 211 S. Columbus Blvd. and Walnut Street.