Join us for Souls Shot Portrait Project opening reception and film viewing 1/12 at 7pm
This project links fine artists with families or friends of victims of gun violence. The artists meet with the victims’ loved ones to learn about the lives they lived. Our goal is to present diverse works that... More Info
50th Annual Fine Art Show & Sale
January 28 – February 5, 2023
Celebrating 50 years of fine art, community, and service
The 50th Annual Academy of Notre Dame Fine Art Show & Sale will take place Saturday, January 28 through Sunday, February 5, 2023. Over 1,000 pieces of original art will adorn the... More Info
Set in a small town in Louisiana, “Steel Magnolias,” centers on the customers of Truvy’s beauty salon; the hub of all gossip where it’s dispensed as freely as the shampoo. Here we meet the town residents; an eclectic cast including the newly-hired salon assistant, a soon-to-be-married... More Info
One man, two jobs—how hard could it be? Down on his luck and permanently hungry, Francis finds himself employed by two bosses as an engagement party goes horribly awry. As confusion reaches a fever pitch, bumbling Francis takes advantage of the chaos with an ambitious plan to line his pockets.... More Info
On April 3, 1968, after delivering what became his final impassioned speech on behalf of Memphis sanitation workers, an exhausted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. retires to room 306 at the Lorraine Motel. A wild storm has been raging outside and he orders room service. When the mysterious housekeeper... More Info
Presented by Main Line Singers at St. Katharine of Siena
Join the Main Line Singers for a musical journey to the sun, moon, and stars! You’ll hear such delightful classics as Fly Me to the Moon, Here Comes the Sun, Moondance and Dream a Little Dream of Me, as well as contemporary hits that include Counting Stars, Brighter Than the Sun and Rewrite the... More Info
The program includes Mozart’s String Quartet No. 21 in D major which was inspired by Joseph Haydn’s style and is dedicated to the King of Prussia. Aaron Copland’s Quiet City, featuring English horn and trumpet, was inspired by an Irwin Shaw play. And to complete the program is a performance... More Info
Presented by Tri-County Concerts Association at Eastern University, McInnis Auditorium
The next concert in our season features the “extraordinarily gifted” (The Boston Music Intelligencer) Canellakis-Brown Duo (cello and piano) performing classics by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, and more along with rarely heard gems and their own arrangements and compositions. The program is... More Info
This Valentine’s Day Philadelphia’s R&B/Jazz Artist Sherry Wilson Butler will present Love Expressions: Serenades of Unapologetic Divas … Amy Winehouse, Nancy Wilson, Etta James, and Whitney Houston. With jazz arrangements created and backed by the Aaron Graves Quartet, Butler’s... More Info
The historic town of Litiz will be glistening with freshly carved ice sculptures, live music and family fun at its free annual winter festival. The 10-day celebration, will have all the Fire & Ice awesomeness you can imagine, like wow-worthy ice sculptures, yummy food from local downtown... More Info
Lansdowne Folk Club celebrates their 30 year anniversary by presenting Don White, songwriter, story teller, humorist, teacher, and author on Thursday, February 23, 2023. Held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA. Doors open at 7:00 PM and show begins at 7:30... More Info
Sugar Mountain brings together an ensemble of veteran musicians from the New Jersey music scene who faithfully replicate the songs of one of our era’s most prolific and beloved singer/songwriters, Neil Young. Neil Young’s career spans an amazing five plus decades, from the seminal country rock... More Info
The two-day event is free for all ages and takes place along Germantown Avenue between Rex Avenue and Willow Grove Avenue. Ice Sculptures & Live Ice Carving Demonstrations*Ice Bonfire*Ice Bar at Market at the Fareway*Warming Stations*Stateside Vodka*Live Music* and more!
Take a family friendly walk and learn more about Groundhog Day history and nature! Then stop by the Visitor Center for crafts, music, snacks, to meet local animals from MetroWildlife Rehab Center and the Groundhog Shadow Reveal at 12 pm! Free!
Bring your military discharge document and photo ID to the Easttown Library and receive a County Veteran ID & Discount Card to be used for discounts at 100+ local businesses. Hosted by the Chester County Recorder of Deeds office. Stop by anytime between 10 AM and 12 noon.
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Manayunk has teamed up with Founders Brewing Company to turn Main Street into a winter wonderland complete with a variety of ice sculptures, live ice carving demonstrations, Founders beer specials, axe throwing, and more.
This pairing includes a tasting of five wines perfectly paired with five gourmet, hand-crafted bon bons from Good Good Chocolates, based out of Philadelphia.
The pairing is $38.00 per person ($34.00 for Wine Club Members) & reservations are required.
**Want to take this pairing home? Order on our... More Info
Presented by Main Line Unitarian Church at Main Line Unitarian Church
National Seed Swap Day is celebrated on the last Saturday in January to honor the U.S. tradition of swapping seeds with neighbors. The seeds can include locally saved seeds, excess store-bought seeds, seeds brought back from another region or country, or excess seeds that a seed company... More Info
The Mid-Winter Antique Show is returning to the WheatonArts Event Center on January 28 & 29, 2023! This show spotlights approximately 40 quality dealers, attracting thousands of visitors from the Mid-Atlantic region. Explore a wide selection of unique furniture, books, ceramics, glass, jewelry,... More Info
Join Dr. Ife Williams, Associate Professor of Political Science at Del. County Community College for a talk about African American history and reparations. Over the past decade, Dr. Williams has engaged in social justice activities, research, served on task forces, and attended numerous conferences... More Info
In celebration of Tu B’shevat—often called the Jewish New Year for the Trees—join us for a tour of Laurel Hill West’s remarkable living collection. As we examine the barks, buds, and berries of a wintry arboretum, we’ll learn about the historical, agricultural, and spiritual origins of Tu... More Info
In life and death, we all have stories to tell, and what better place to hear tales of wonder than Philadelphia’s most famous home of the dead? This introductory tour provides an informative overview of Laurel Hill East’s long history, which includes many marble masterpieces, stunning views,... More Info
Main Point Books welcomes Pam Jenoff with her new book “Code Name Sapphire.” She’ll be joined by special guest Jamie Brenner.
Please join us on Saturday, February 11 at 7 pm. This event will be held at the Tredyffrin Public Library, 582 Upper Gulph Rd, Strafford, PA 19087. Our store is expanding... More Info
Celebrate the “spirit” of Valentine’s Day with your better half in one of Philadelphia’s most romantic and mysterious locations. Laurel Hill East’s love stories walking tour was inspired by the little-known story of Mary Peterson whose heart – and only her heart – now lies buried... More Info
Connect and explore with Natural Lands. This is our “online” program all about the Great Backyard Bird Count; then join us at Cheslen, Stroud, and Hildacy Preserves for the “onsite” programs to put your new knowledge into practice.
Grab a hot drink, get cozy with a blanket, grab your laptop... More Info
Hear how others have made a gift to Natural Lands that keeps on giving. Learn how you can put a gift in your will, leave unused retirement funds to Natural Lands, and other easy and effective ways to make a difference.
Grab a drink, get comfortable with a laptop (or smartphone), and join the... More Info
The annual Great Backyard Bird Count depends on everyone—beginners to experts—to tally up the birds they spot, then scientists use the data to track the health of bird populations. Join Mike Niven, volunteer team leader for Natural Lands’ crew of volunteer bird surveyors, for a morning walk... More Info
Roses fall, but the thorns remain.
With over a century of burial records, biographies, letters, and press clippings of those buried at Laurel Hill West, there is a wealth of stories about love lost, betrayed, or gotten with guise. On this walking tour, you will hear more about love... More Info
The annual Great Backyard Bird Count depends on everyone—beginners to experts—to tally up the birds they spot, then scientists use the data to track the health of bird populations. Join Mike Niven, volunteer Team Leader for Natural Lands’ crew of volunteer bird surveyors, for a morning walk... More Info
The annual Great Backyard Bird Count depends on everyone—beginners to experts—to tally up the birds they spot, then scientists use the data to track the health of bird populations. Join Natural Lands staffer, Debbie Beer for a morning walk around Hildacy.
Connect and explore with Natural Lands.... More Info
Laurel Hill West permanent resident Marion Stokes was a Germantown-born public television producer and activist who fought passionately for community access to knowledge, technology, and narrative power.
Learn more about her life and work at two events co-presented by The Friends of Laurel Hill... More Info