The Friends of Easttown Library will screen classic election films starring Hollywood greats such as Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, and Robert Redford. On Saturday Saint Joseph’s professor and American pop culture expert Dr. Jeffrey Hyson will discuss how the films reflect American politics... More Info
Presented by Adath Israel at Adath Israel on the main line
Join us for a silly and very entertaining romp through the Wild West! Git on yer spurs and boots – stomp your feet, clap your hands , yell YEE-HAW with our bluegrass band!
Every other year, Adath Israel congregants come together to bring a musical to life. This year, the synagogue is putting on... More Info
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat brings to life the story of Joseph, his eleven brothers, and the coat of many colors. This magical musical is a tale of love, deception, betrayal, perseverance, forgiveness, and redemption. Noted for its family-friendly storyline, universal themes and... More Info
In nineteenth century France, Jean Valjean is released from years of unjust imprisonment, but finds nothing in store for him but mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption as he is relentlessly pursued by police... More Info
One of the most exciting movie musicals from the 1980’s bursts onto our stage! Join the students of Upper Darby High School as they add their dancing and singing energy to the Oscar and Tony-nominated Top 40 score of Footloose, the Musical! When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small... More Info
Founded in 1993 and now in its 25th year. The Lower Merion Symphony is conducted by Mark Gigliotti in a performance of Franz Shubert’s Great C Major Symphony plus Rosamunde Overture and Samuel Hickok’s Symphony No. 1 Premiere.
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Five Haverford and Bryn Mawr College students collaborated with poet Thomas Devaney to explore what de-evolved into a surreal moment in Philadelphia and national history. The exhibition Bicentennial City builds on an experimental documentary film seeking to explore the many roles myth and memory... More Info
Join us as we knit/sew squares together to make beautiful afghans for people in need of comfort, and knit hats and scarves for vulnerable individuals. Yarn is provided. Basic knowledge of knitting is required to
RSVP: Online jfcsphilly.org/knitwithamission
The Art of Wood-Fired Ceramics, an invitational international exhibition, curated by Potters Guild members Brett Thomas and Mark Tyson, featuring work by 40 artists from Japan, France, New Zealand, Indonesia, Denmark, and the United States and featuring the work of renowned artist Peter Callas,... More Info
Get first dibs on exclusive cookie dishes and cocktails (over 21)in Manayunk bars and restaurants! Troops will be stationed along the street, so you can pick up your favorite cookies directly from Girls Scouts!
Participating restaurants are teaming up with a troop to create a delicious Girl Scout... More Info
This one-of-a-kind pop-up consists of over one million blocks transported and assembled into the ultimate nostalgia trip. Featuring sculptures made from building blocks, along with plenty of blocks for people to shape into their own creations. Local DJs will spin tunes all day. Prizes for the best... More Info
Whiskey walkers will enjoy a one-ounce taste of a select Irish whiskies at eight different venues. In addition, each venue will offer food and drink specials to participants. A portion of all proceeds will benefit nonprofit and charitable organizations. All venues within walking distance.
In celebration of National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, we’ll be teaming up with the girl scouts for a one-of-a-kind sampler featuring 5 Iron Hill beers and 5 Girl Scout Cookies.
King of the Hill members will receive a complimentary pairing of Caramel deLites paired with Rum Wee Heavy.
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Bundle up and enjoy winter brews from 60+ unique craft breweries, live music and food trucks. Live music from Amanda and The Teddy Thomas Band.
Ticket price includes unlimited tastings of delicious craft beer. Food is pay as you go (food is not included in the price of admission). Benefits... More Info
Take a stroll through our maple sugaring stations and discover how the tasty topping we all know and love gets turned from sap into syrup. Satisfy your appetite with our famous all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast. Fun and food for the whole family. Bring a group!
Rain or shine event, snow... More Info
Required of Volunteers:
Understanding and believing in the mission of the organization and acting as a spokesperson for the program
Serving as a role model and mentor
Preparing, organizing, and supervising the weekly lessons (co-facilitate)
Collaborate with other coaches for successful... More Info
Presented by Media Providence Friends School at Rose Tree Park
Dazzle Dash & Family Fun Day is a fun-filled community event in support of primary education at MPFS. Friends and families gather to walk or run through Rose Tree Park, enjoy food, music, entertainment prizes, silent auction items, games and activities for children of all ages all while promoting... More Info
On Saturday, April 25, 2020, event co-chairs Lauren Forman, Kristen Hartz, and Michelle Krietsch and Peter’s Place will host our annual benefit and auction at Merion Golf Club. Constellations: A Night of Shining Stars will honor Becky Bradbeer, offer an elegant evening of cocktails and dinner, and... More Info
Inside and Out, wondrous winter awaits! Preparations are underway for this year’s Orchid Extravaganza display, during which opposites will attract … with beautifully balanced results.
Bold strokes of color and texture throughout our Conservatory will create an indoor paradise of whimsy and... More Info
Serving as a companion to the Brandywine River Museum of Art\’s Votes for Women: A Visual History exhibition, Witness to History explores the historic 1965 Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, civil rights march—a turning point in the civil rights movement that led to the passage of the Voting Rights... More Info
Dennie Hoggard, Jr. (the first black football player to play in the Orange Bowl) to popular musician Teddy Pendergrass to civil rights leaders Raymond and Sadie Alexander will be commemorated during this walking tour through West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Beyond the 10 acres of gardens, and plant-centric competitions and activities, these events are several ways to up the “fun factor” of their Flower Show experience. The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event and features stunning displays by... More Info
The Philadelphia Flower Show’s theme this year is Riviera Holiday, with designs inspired by the lush and exotic gardens of the Mediterranean. On this tour at the Barnes, you’ll see how painters in our collection—from Matisse to Renoir to Van Gogh, and others—were similarly inspired by the... More Info
Recognized for her incisive observation that “well behaved women seldom make history,” Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Dr. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich will discuss the image of Liberty and its use in the quest for women’s rights, including in the Punch centerfold of 1915 that portrays a dynamic... More Info
Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, the Brandywine River Museum of Art will present “Votes for Women: A Visual History”. The long road to women’s suffrage played out very differently from political movements today.... More Info
The Flower Show Preview Party provides an exclusive opportunity to contribute to the important year-round work of The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and experience the Flower Show before it opens to the public. The black-tie optional evening includes cocktails and dinner, exquisite floral and... More Info