Art Ability is an annual international, juried exhibition and sale of artwork and fine crafts by artists with disabilities. Displayed throughout the first floor of Bryn Mawr Rehab, the community is invited to view and purchase the artwork and celebrate the creativity of it’s artists.
November 10, 2023 – February 17, 2024
Free & open to the public, $20 suggested donation in honor of the 20th Anniversary
Main Line Art Center is honored to host the Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition 20th Anniversary Retrospective in our galleries from November 10, 2023 through February 17, 2024.... More Info
Talented harpist Rachel Lee O’Brien has created a “Winter Fantasy” virtual concert featuring works by Tchaikovsky, Bach, Salzedo, and more, while also explaining how her instrument is play and makes different sounds. Watch when you like and pay what you wish.
Known for her “musical... More Info
In a one-man performance, Braithwaite takes on the giants of comedy’s heyday (including Mel Brooks, Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, and many more) mining the best laughs of the Borscht Belt. This evening of jokes and stories is capped off with a Friar’s Club roast of Santa Claus! It’s a... More Info
Enjoy a rock ‘n roll Christmas with The ZenTorpedoZ at Phoenixville Public Library on Monday, December 11 at 6:45 PM. The local band guarantees a rocking good time as they play rock ‘n roll Christmas standards as well as some originals. The concert is free and open to the public. ... More Info
FREE Holiday Playin Time Holiday Special with appearances by Santa and the Grinch! Donations Appreciated.
Join PlayIn Time for a Holiday Special! Miss Virginia and Mr. Anthony will lead families through a holiday music adventure with PlayIn Time winter songs like ‘New Year’s Rex”, as well... More Info
Presented by the Upper Darby Arts & Education Foundation, the Shooting Stars’ “Holiday Spectacular” will take place on Saturday, December 16, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, December 17, at 2:00 p.m., now at the Monsignor Bonner & Archbishop Prendergast Catholic High School, located at 403 North Lansdowne... More Info
Presented by Calvary Chapel Chester Springs at Calvary Chapel Chester Srings
What: An innovative approach to presenting selections from Handel’s Messiah which will allow you to experience the true inspiration behind Handel’s Masterpiece. Pastor Chris Swansen will teach alongside this abbreviated performance explaining the prophetic biblical significance of the work.
*This... More Info
The second chamber concert of the season includes performers from all the sections of the orchestra. Playing traditional carols and Hanukkah music along with more lighthearted holiday tunes, there will be quartets of brass instruments and saxophones, duets and trios with flutes and percussion... More Info
Relive the “Golden Age” of radio as you celebrate the holidays with the Spirit of the Airwaves Players (S.O.A.P.) on Thursday, December 21 at 6:15 PM at Phoenixville Public Library. They will perform Christmas episodes of Our Miss Brooks; Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel (The Marx Brothers);... More Info
Delcobilly is a bar-hopping throwback cover band, focused on re-igniting love for music of the 50’s. If the song couldn’t fit on a 45, they don’t play it. Drawing from the Sun records era, performers such as Cash, Orbison, Holly, Vincent, Cochran, Perkins, with a little bit of a modern ‘Delco’... More Info
A hit on Broadway, A Year with Frog and Toad was nominated for three Tony Awards – including Best Musical. Based on Arnold Lobel’s well-loved books, and featuring a hummable score by Robert and Willie Reale, this whimsical show follows two great friends – the cheerful, popular Frog and the... More Info
Historic downtown West Chester transforms into a dazzling wonderland aglow with thousands of twinkling lights during Chester County Hospital Lights Up Holiday Weekends in West Chester, presented by the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce.
Every weekend features West Chester’s dazzling... More Info
Announcing a new and free weekly gathering for parents, caregivers and their children! This is a recurring event with three time slots* to choose from to make the group as accessible as possible. To that end, feel free to attend in-person or virtually.
Hosted by A Child’s Light and facilitated by... More Info
Join the family fun at the Holiday Open House and Candlelight Tour, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, at Historic Waynesborough in Paoli. The 18th-Century mansion has been beautifully decorated for the season by local garden clubs. Take a tour and make an ornament for the Waynesborough holiday tree. Music,... More Info
Presented by The Barn at Spring Brook Farm at Unknown
Children can meet Barn staff and learn about The Barn’s programs; enjoy a delicious breakfast by Northbrook Marketplace; participate in crafts and more. Interested attendees must RSVP for this event, by visiting: www.springbrook-farm.org/pancake-palooza/ – A minimum donation of $5 per child... More Info
Gingerbread House Decorating Event:
THIS Sunday, December 10th, Ages 5+
Morning Session: 10am – 12pm
Afternoon Session: 1pm – 3pm
Join Wayne Art Center for some classic Holiday fun and turn it into an annual family tradition to enjoy every year! During the Gingerbread House Decorating Event... More Info
Join us Tuesday December 12th at 6:00pm for a free karate class with the Grinch. You will be able to take photos with the Grinch after the class!
Here’s the link to get your name on the guest list…
Since we have VERY limited spots, we will text you to confirm... More Info
Presented by Delaware County Press Club at Fava Ristorante Italiano
Join the Delaware County Press Club for their annual Holiday Luncheon and Raffle with special guests celebrity biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli and singer Tommy C!
Taraborrelli will discuss his writing career and introduce his latest biography, a New York Times Bestseller, “Jackie: Public,... More Info
The Escort to Arlington will begin in Harrington, Maine, and end at the Arlington National Cemetery. The convoy will be stopping at schools, monuments, veterans’ homes, and communities all along the way to remind people how important it is to remember, honor, and teach. In 2021, there were 2.4... More Info
Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Mike Weilbacher on the Riverbend Preserve
In December, natural symbols celebrating the holidays abound: evergreens, hollies, mistletoe, even branching menorahs and the first fruits of Kwanzaa. What exactly happens at the solstice? And what is the strange and... More Info
This sleepover for your toddler’s stuffed animals will begin with a pajama party at 4 pm. We will have snacks, sing songs, and read bedtime stories, before saying goodnight. Families can pick up their furry friends the next day and take home special gifts.
This program is one hour each week and is designed for children ages 2-5. A caregiver must accompany each child. Siblings under 2 are welcome at no additional charge.
The cost is $120 per child for a six-week session. Enrollment is capped at 12 participants. The final meeting of... More Info
Explore a variety of supportive, employment organizations, residential services, community
support services, continuing education programs, benefits counselors, family advocates, special needs financial planning experts and recreational and summer programs — all in one
This fun, educational story is perfect for a winter’s day. The story begins on a snowy February afternoon and follows the mother fox’s life cycle as the seasons change around her. Following the book reading, Kate will lead participants through an art project.
This event is intended for children... More Info
Unfamiliar Territory: Researching in a New (to you) Geographic Area
Learn tips for beginning research in an unfamiliar geographic area through the example of the Scroggins and Dimick families in Southern Illinois.
Conducting a Geographic Survey
How to get familiar with the counties, towns, and... More Info
What do Christmas and cemeteries have in common? Well, not much… but as the secular aspects of the holiday evolved over the decades of the 19th century, those who contributed to that evolution have found their final resting place at Laurel Hill East!
Join us starting at 2:00 pm when author Kaitlin Curtice will be signing her new picture book in our children’s section. “Winter’s Gifts: An Indigenous Celebration of Nature.” This just-released picture book for ages 3+ tells the story of a young Potawatomi girl named Dani whose family celebrates... 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
Sacred Spaces & Storied Places is the perfect introductory tour that provides an overview of Laurel Hill West including its architectural artistry, stunning trees and horticulture, and the stories of residents that encompass diverse and fascinating Philadelphia history. Experienced tour guides... More Info