The current members exhibition is extended through June 21st featuring Charles Kalick, Kathleen McSherry, Ronnie Bookbinder and more.
New member’s exhibition begins July 15th.
Schedule an appointment so visitors will be limited to maintain social distancing by Contacting Us
We want to teach you how to make painted vintage books that would look perfect on your shelf. Join us on Friday nights in Magnolia Cottage Shop, and we will provide all materials you will need.
It’s a nice way to celebrate a birthday or have a ladies night with friends.
We have a small class size... More Info
All concerts are free to the public and are held at the Shire Pavilion with a start time of 7:00pm.
2020 Summer Concert Series Schedule
July 9 – Swing That Cat
July 16 – Flower Power
July 23 – Chico’s Vibe
July 30 – Legacy Band
Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens—artist Isaiah Zagar’s masterpiece on South Street and one of the region’s most Instagrammable places—has reopened to the public. Snap a selfie in this mosaic wonderland constructed from bicycle spokes, bottles and other knick-knacks. Online advanced... More Info
This adult art class will feature teachers from Rockdale Art Center who, along with our own education staff, will show you how to craft paint using 18th century recipes and then create your own canvas masterpiece. This takes your typical wine and paint night to a new level!
118 North presents the Tailgate Takeout Series – the first drive-in live music experience of its kind in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Each night will feature some of our favorite local musicians playing out of the restaurant’s bay windows with food and cocktails to-go available to order. In... More Info
Presented by The Living Room at 35 East at Private Residence
Events are located at a private home in Ardmore. Ticket holders will receive the address and all other pertinent information, including parking information, via email prior to the event. Mask-wearing and social distancing will be required on the property for all customers. Ticket holders are... More Info
Featuring music by Melissa Martin & The Mighty River Kings. Celebrate the park’s recent renovations with a special ceremony during the concert intermission. There will be designated picnic spots on the grass spaced for proper social distancing. Free and open to the public.
Join a zoom class with weekly live demonstrations of hand-building, carving and constructing by instructor Bob Deane. Students are provided with clay to work with and to get their hands dirty! If restrictions ease up, the last class will gather outside to glaze the projects that are made. If not,... More Info
It’s time you learned how to drink nothing but delicious wines. We know that choices in a wine store or on a wine list can be intimidating, and this class is designed to take the mystery out of the age-old question: will I like that wine? In this online wine class, you will discover your... More Info
Presented by SALT Performing Arts at Ludwig’s Corner Show Grounds
A great way to experience the performing arts live and be together as a community while remaining socially distant!
July 24th Weekend
Kids On Broadway
August 14th Weekend
Songs of the Silver Screen
The Chester County Balloon Festival is a non-profit organization with portions of the proceeds going to the Chester County Hero Fund and other local youth community groups.
The expanded 3-day schedule highlights over 20+ hot air balloons taking flight twice per day, balloon glow featuring... More Info
Presented by The Shops at Devereux at The Shops at Devereux
Due to popular demand the Bike Sale has been extended!!! Looking to ride into summer with a new (to you) bicycle? The Shops at Devereux is holding a bike sale now through Friday, July 17th. The bike Shop sells recycled bicycles, including mountain, touring and road bikes. We have over a 100 bikes... More Info
Register to become a team fundraiser and help us raise funds for our mission. Join the team and you will be prompted to create your own fundraising page to share with friends and family. Raise a minimum of $250 and receive a race bib, shirt and medal!
Donate! You can donate on our main page or... More Info
On the grounds of the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center near the Franz Schubert monument and steps away from Shofuso, the Japanese House and Garden, Parks on Tap is family (and fido) friendly. A free membership is required. Food and drink are pay-as-you-go. Seating is first come, first served.
Any... More Info
Curbside pick-up is available for Tredyffrin and Paoli Libraries. Reference chat through tredyffrinlibraries.org and select text box in lower right corner or email: email@example.com to speak with a staff member. When items are ready, an email will be sent with choices of pickup times.... More Info
Local retailers and restaurants will expand outdoors, with restaurants setting up tables in the streets, while retailers augment their stores in creative configurations for shopping, sidewalk sales and pop-up shops. The marketplace—which covers the 100 block of East State Street between Broad and... More Info
Blueberries, raspberries, cherries and more at $5. per container (provided). Make a reservation on-line. Schedule additional produce or bakery orders for curbside pick-up after fun in the fields. Social distancing and masks required.
Enjoy 42 acres of gardens and catch sight of some of the zoo’s 1,300-plus animals, including gorillas, giraffes, hippos, zebras, tigers and the new sloth bear cub, Keematee. Online advance reservations required, among other safety measures.
You can help by filling a bag with ONE of each item listed below and dropping it off at the Great Valley Food Cupboard, located at the Baptist Church of the Great Valley (945 North Valley Forge Road in Devon):
• Box of cereal (preferably Cheerios, corn flakes or Frosted Flakes)
• Container of... More Info
Meet new friends, hone your skills and have a whole lot of fun! All rides begin and end at Trek Bicycle Valley Forge and take place on the Chester Valley Trail. Bring a helmet, spare tube and water.
Beginner rides will be Mondays – We’ll ride mainly on the Chester Valley Trail at a no-drop,... More Info
The bags will be labeled – one is for Ages 0-5, and the other is for ages 6-12. The themes for these weeks are Ages 0-5:Royalty and Pirates, and Ages 6-12: Royalty and Pirates & Nature. Each bag will have 2 weeks of projects inside, including book suggestions to request for curbside pickup,... More Info
Come out to Clem Macrone Park for this family friendly summer concert! There will be designated ‘spots’ on the grass spaced for your family to set up chairs/blankets during the concert these practices are for your health and safety!
EVENT MAY BE CANCELLED DUE TO inclement weather or enhanced... More Info
Stroll, jog, or bike through the most beautiful mile of the Brandywine. Bring a picnic and enjoy Hagley’s spectacular grounds. You can also Pre-Order a Picnic Basket for $13 from Caffe Gelato! To place your picnic basket order call (302) 738-5811 by 8 p.m. on the Tuesday before the Wednesday... More Info
The Devon Yard Farmers Market is hosted by Growing Roots Partners and Terrain Cafe. The weekly market features fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, poultry, eggs and dairy (milk, cheese, yoghurt) all sourced from local farms. In addition the market boasts an impressive selection of local grain... More Info
Our garden gates are open on a limited, non-public basis for our Members only. As we have navigated unprecedented times, our appreciation for you, our Members, has grown by leaps and bounds, and we send you our heartfelt gratitude for your support, your encouragement, and your love for... More Info
Chanticleer is now open to 2020 Season Pass holders. General ticketing begins June 27. Garden capacity will be limited in order to manage safe distancing. All Season Pass holders arriving by personal vehicle must reserve a parking voucher for the day and time of their visit. Every person 13 years... More Info
Respect wildlife and leave rocks, flowers, plants and branches where they were found. Enter the scavenger hunt by snapping a picture of each item found and sending it to the Recreation Department: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdbbixgAteJorZ8wl1lZt-GU0DcZ5UsFq2XK9WMFoWfBtamHA/viewform
Presented by Willows Park Preserve at The Willows and Skunk Hollow Parks
Take the self-guided tour and learn to identify Garlic Mustard, Wood Anemone, Jack in the Pulpit, Wild Ginger, Glory of the Snow, Wild Geranium and more. Wildflower markers are posted along the trails courtesy Radnor Conservancy. Free.
Historic Sugartown is excited to bring back its guided tours during Pennsylvania’s Green Phase. We’ve had to make some changes to ensure everyone’s safety, and appreciate everyone’s patience at this time.
Tours will resume on a limited basis on Saturdays at 11 am, starting on July... More Info
Historic Sugartown has adapted their popular Book Restoration Workshop to a fantastic virtual experience. This 4-hour workshop on Google Meet introduces participants to the basic materials and steps employed in most book repair work. Participants will be virtually taught basic book repair... More Info
Beginning Saturday, residents and visitors can once again check out the 25,000 artifacts as well as the National Historic Landmark ship Cruiser Olympia at the Independence Seaport Museum on the Delaware River waterfront. New safety precautions include timed admission tickets (so plan ahead!), mask... More Info
Log on for a FREE crash course in food growing and feeding the gardens that feed us.
All are welcome. Roll up your sleeves because this week we’re building up the compost and feeding the gardens that feed us.
Donations accepted for the PHS Community Gardens team in support of its efforts to bring... More Info
Join Marcy Engleman from the Mütter Museum to learn about the history of the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic, the scientific and public health response to the outbreak, and the ways the pandemic influenced present-day medical knowledge and responses to infectious disease.
The 1918-1919 influenza... More Info
Virtual author evening welcoming March Madness 2020 winner “Circe” Madeline Miller.
Purchase “Circe” through Main Point Books in Wayne to reserve an autographed copy, then join book enthusiasts for an author zoom webinar. Sponsored by Tredyffrin Libraries and Main Point... More Info
Since you can’t bring your family to Winterthur, we thought we would bring Winterthur to you with some fun and educational activities that will keep kids’ minds active while schools are closed during the COVID-19 outbreak. Preview our website for activities you can print and complete at home.
This treasure house of archaeological discoveries transforms understanding of our shared humanity through the study of objects made by humans along with the study of humans past and present. The Museum has playlists online that help you re-discover a sense of wonder with a few lectures covering a... More Info