Patrons will not be able to access the library during these events & doors will open 15 minutes before the film start time. They ask you to register for each film so they can be appropriately prepared. The staff spends time setting out chairs and making popcorn. Feel free to bring your own... More Info
Juror Eileen Neff is a Resident Critic in the MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in addition to numerous awards and exhibitions of her work. She’s invited 94 artists to share their work in this juried exhibition, and has selected works that engage the poetics of... More Info
Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy a movie behind the Easttown Library on a big (21 ft) outdoor screen.
Arrive any time after 8:00 PM. No registration necessary. Free popcorn!
Schedule of Movies:
June 14th: Grease
July 19th: Rear Window
August 16th: Ghostbusters
Sept. 6th: Goonies
Come to the Brandywine River Museum of Art to unwind, mingle and make art! Designed for adults who want to awaken their inner artists, this program will include inspiration from the exhibition N. C. Wyeth: New Perspectives, and will feature a hands-on opportunity to paint with alcohol inks.... More Info
Presented by Chester County's Brandywine Valley at Ludwigs Corner Horse Show Grounds
Taking place at the beautiful Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Grounds, Citadel Country Spirit USA is a weekend-long festival with over 20 country music acts on two stages. Headliners this year include Billy Currington, Little Big Town, Old Dominion, Lee Brice, Brothers Osbourne, Eli Young Band, and more!
SUMMER FUN JAM, a family friendly day of inclusion for people of all abilities. This full-day of fun is jam-packed with food, games, rides and live music for the whole family — including sensory-friendly attractions and a welcoming atmosphere to celebrate all members of our community.
AFTERNOON:... More Info
Each Friday will feature food trucks and great beer from our friends at 2SP Brewing. With the location rotating each week within the grounds, our “beerboretum” will feature science-related tables for kids and adults alike.
Alexander Hamilton was born in 1757. From Lt. Col. he was promoted to Major General of the Continental Army and served as senior aide de camp to Commander General George Washington and assisted Washington in running the Revolutionary War. He commanded three battalions at... More Info
The VegFest will take place on Aug. 24, 2019 from 12pm – 5pm at Reeves Park in Phoenixville, PA.
This event benefits Peace Advocacy Network (PAN). Information about PAN’s mission and programs can be found at http://www.peaceadvocacynetwork.org/
If you have heard of “Diner En Blanc”, in large cities like Philadelphia or New York City, then you will quickly understand the concept we are bringing to West Chester. Patrons dress all in white, from head to toe, and are bought together by a love of helping others in our own... More Info
We’ll be offering tons of mexci-llent specials, including:
Sangria Slushies, Sangria Wine Popsicles + Carafes of Sangria
Two specialty wine cocktails: The Spicy Margarita + Sangria Cocktail
Chips, Salsa + Queso
$2 OFF bottles of Sangria, plus 20% OFF your entire purchase when you buy a... More Info
Join us, and run, walk, or wheel along our riding paths and through the fields where our horses graze. Gather at Thorncroft Equestrian Center and complete a 5K trail run (walkers welcome to complete this event), 1 mile fun-run/walk, or wheel around the accessible paths.
Everyone is invited to... More Info
See summer’s every hue as fountains dance, gardens shine, and spirits soar during the vibrant Festival of Fountains. From the colorful Illuminated Fountain Performances … to lively family programming … to good-as-gold horticulture displays, a splashy summer awaits you … day and night.
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Presented by Museum of the American Revolution at Museum of the American Revolution
Clean out those summer cobwebs by learning about the history of our nation’s founding at the Museum of the American Revolution over Labor Day weekend, Saturday, August 31 through Monday, September 2. Kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum throughout the weekend. Every child... More Info
Toni Morrison was one of the most celebrated American novelists of the 20th and 21st centuries. She was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in 1988 for her novel “Beloved” and received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993.
If you have any questions, email Taylor at... More Info
What was canine culture like in 18th-century America? Were people and pooches always best furry friends? Throughout Labor Day Weekend, come learn about memorable mutts, such as a British bulldog who chased after cannonballs at the Siege of Yorktown or General Charles Lee’s dogs who followed... More Info
Learn how you can have a beautiful lawn without lots of work. Get tips on when to plant, how to plant, and what seed to use, as well as techniques for troubleshooting problems with an already established lawn. Chief Horticulturist, Vince Marrocco, will share his common sense approach to applying... More Info
This event provides the opportunity to visit exclusive private home gardens in the Everhart Park area of the borough while highlighting the talent of local musicians and artists performing throughout the day at many of the gardens.
Secret Gardens is known as a memorable one-of-a-kind garden event... More Info