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The Dance Days of Summer!

The Bell Dance: Front row: Rose Hodges left and Ellie Runiewicz right of Swarthmore Back row: Geraldine Leech of Wallingford left & Mia Davis right of Swarthmore

The Bell Dance, including: Rose Hodges left and Ellie Runiewicz right of Swarthmore
and Geraldine Leech of Wallingford left & Mia Davis right of Swarthmore in back

As you know, I love to share good news from Swarthmore – especially if it has to do with the arts! Mrs. Lori Ardis was kind enough to provide a few pictures for me to share with you so you can see what happened at Swarthmore Ballet Theatre this summer!

Each year, while the rest of us are relaxing with our summer reading, a select group of the most dedicated students from Swarthmore Ballet Theatre are given the chance to participate in an intensive summer program that meets weekdays for six hours each day. Guest instructors from all over the world teach these Swarthmore Ballet students dance classes, choreography and even how to play the castanets. This would be an extraordinary opportunity for ballet students anywhere, and it is especially unusual in our suburban setting.

This summer, the students took a morning Choreography class each day. In this class they not only created dances, but also composed music as a group and then played it holding hand bells while they performed their dance! (They also learned to play the castanets!)

Strengthening and limbering exercises were also taught, using 3-foot high exercise balls and exercise bands.

Four leading dancers from the Pennsylvania Ballet taught for 3 hours each afternoon for a month at Swarthmore Ballet Theatre. All four instructors taught the SBT students ballet technique for 2 hours each day.

The dancers did Floor Barre, Variations (which are solos from ballets) and Repertoire (group dances from ballets) to grow their skills.

Principal dancers, Lauren Fadeley and her husband Francis Veyette, who danced the leads in Coppelia this spring at Pennsylvania Ballet, taught the students a dance from that ballet. Mr. Veyette also taught the males and females partnering as he does during the school year at Swarthmore Ballet Theatre..

Principal dancer Amy Aldridge taught a solo she not only performed with PA Ballet but also at the Vail International Dance Festival!

Retired principal dancer Martha Chamberlain taught the students 2 dances choreographed by George Balanchine.

Congratulations to all the dancers who participated!

Below are two more photos of the bell dance.

Mia Davis of Swarthmore

Mia Davis of Swarthmore demonstrates strength, balance and flexibility…

Mia Davis of Swarthmore seems to float...

Geraldine Leech of Wallingford and Mia Davis of Swarthmore spring into the air and seem to float…

If you wish to know more about Swarthmore Ballet Theatre’s regular school year classes or the Summer Intensive Program you can visit the school’s page at www.SwarthmoreBalletTheatre.com.

The school is also home to a non-profit Ballet Company – donations are always welcome and are tax deductible.

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Activities in Swarthmore, Wallingford & Media this weekend, February 22nd- 24th!

A view from my upcoming listing... can you guess which unit it is? (Hint: you don't need to use an elevator to get to it, in spite of the view!)

A view from my upcoming Strath Haven listing… Can you guess which unit it is? (Hint: you don’t need to use an elevator to get to it, in spite of the gorgeous sky view!)

Please be sure to check out this week’s issue of The Swarthmorean newspaper for a really interesting “Profiles in Green” article about Scott Sampson & Curtiss Hannum’s Swarthmore home!  Did you know you can have a living moss covered interior wall?  There is also info on how to be part of the group brainstorming how to make use of the amazing castle-like tower at the Wallingford Community Arts Center!  To be one of the first to know all the local news, please subscribe to our small town weekly paper by stopping by The Swarthmorean office at 112 Park Avenue in Swarthmore, calling 610.543.0900 or emailing editor@swarthmorean.com!

Saturday

“Alice in Wonderland” Children’s Theatre at Media Theatre 11am – A fast paced production based on the Lewis Carroll classic – for children 5 & up. 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr” at Hedgerow 11am -A 21 member cast ages 4 – 16 performs songs and gives life lessons in this musical based on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Tickets $10 at Hedgerow Theatre. 610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

Concert Fundraiser for the Media Theatre with Justin Guarini 6:30pm American Idol & Broadway star Justin Guarini will perform. Tickets are $50. 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

Music Event: “Snow Jam” in Rutledge! 7-10pm  Rutledge mayor Kevin Cunningham, the House Calls (Bob & Sue Hunt), Just Roses (Jean Lenke, Sue Hunt & Ingrid Rosenback), Keith Barnes, and Wayne Welch will perform.  Open mic.  Open to all nearby community members.  Light refreshments, byob (beer & wine only).  FREE!  Rutledge Borough Hall, Sylvan & Unity Terrace, Rutledge.

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 8pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

“Forever Plaid” at Media Theatre 8pm – A nostalgic, goofy musical about The Plaids, a classic 1950s all-male singing group that comes back to life to perform great hits of the time! 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

Sunday:

Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr” at Hedgerow 11am -A 21 member cast ages 4 – 16 performs songs and gives life lessons in this musical based on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Tickets $10 at Hedgerow Theatre. 610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 2pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

Concert: Harmony for the Homeless 3pm- A cappella concert with the Trolley Stoppers, Chaverim and Sixteen Feet will raise money for the Cooking for the Homeless program.  Suggested donation $5 for students, $10 for everyone else.  Whittier Rm, Friends Meeting House, Swarthmore College.

“Forever Plaid” at Media Theatre 3pm – A nostalgic, goofy musical about The Plaids, a classic 1950s all-male singing group that comes back to life to perform great hits of the time! 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

 

 

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Activities in Swarthmore, Wallingford & Media this weekend, February 15th- 17th!

130 Columbia is located on the former grounds of the Cresson Estate - come see this lovely home on a peaceful street this Sunday 1-3pm!

130 Columbia is located on the former grounds of the Cresson Estate – come see this lovely home on a peaceful street this Sunday 1-3pm!

Please be sure to check out this week’s issue of The Swarthmorean newspaper for fascinating coverage of the State Liquor Control Board’s hearing regarding the liquor license for the proposed Swarthmore College Inn.  There is also a great letter from Carin Newsome encouraging us all to do our part to support the dedicated members of our volunteer firefighting force! Please mail your donation to Swarthmore Fire & Protective Association, 121 Park Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081 – I mailed mine!  And if you are interested in volunteering or just learning a bit of the history of our legendary force please check out their website here!  To be one of the first to know all the local news, please subscribe to our small town weekly paper by stopping by The Swarthmorean office at 112 Park Avenue in Swarthmore, calling 610.543.0900 or emailing editor@swarthmorean.com!

Friday:

Thrift Shop (at Trinity Church) 8:30am – 1:30pm Proceeds from the sale of vintage items benefit outreach programs.  Trinity is located at the intersection of Chester Road and College Avenue!

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” Musical at Players Club 7pm -A musical based on Judith Viorst’s children’s book of the same name.  Tickets at the door $10 adults, children 12 and under $8, children under 2 FREE.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 8pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

“The Vagina Monologues” Benefit Performance at SUMC 8pm – Spotlight Theatre performs tow nights of Eve Ensler’s feminsit play to benefit MCHC (Maternal and Child Health Consortium of West Chester).  Tickets $20. Swarthmore United Methodist Church 129 Park Avenue.  Visit www.mnplayers.org for tickets.

Jane Comfort & Company Dance Concert 8pm – Swarthmore College – FREE!  Choreographer and writer, Jane Comfort, creates work that address contemporary social and cultural issues with compassion and wit.  A Cooper event. LPAC, Swarthmore College.

Saturday

Senior Citizens Association Annual Meeting  9:30am – Community Room at Swarthmore United Methodist Church, 129 Park Avenue, Swarthmore.

“Alice in Wonderland” Children’s Theatre at Media Theatre 11am – A fast paced production based on the Lewis Carroll classic – for children 5 & up. 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr” at Hedgerow 11am -A 21 member cast ages 4 – 16 performs songs and gives life lessons in this musical based on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Tickets $10 at Hedgerow Theatre. 610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

Scott Guided Tour 3-4:30pm – Explore the Scott Arboretum’s collections with Arboretum staff!  FREE! Begins at Scott Arboretum office, College Avenue, Swarthmore College.  Tour canceled by inclement weather.  610.328.8025 or www.scottarboretum.org for more info!

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” Musical at Players Club 4:30pm -A musical based on Judith Viorst’s children’s book of the same name.  Tickets at the door $10 adults, children 12 and under $8, children under 2 FREE.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 8pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

“The Vagina Monologues” Benefit Performance at SUMC 8pm – Spotlight Theatre performs tow nights of Eve Ensler’s feminsit play to benefit MCHC (Maternal and Child Health Consortium of West Chester).  Tickets $20. Swarthmore United Methodist Church 129 Park Avenue.  Visit www.mnplayers.org for tickets.

Sunday:

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” Musical at Players Club 11am -A musical based on Judith Viorst’s children’s book of the same name.  Tickets at the door $10 adults, children 12 and under $8, children under 2 FREE.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr” at Hedgerow 11am -A 21 member cast ages 4 – 16 performs songs and gives life lessons in this musical based on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Tickets $10 at Hedgerow Theatre. 610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 2pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 2pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Bright, light-filled and lovely! 5 Dartmouth Circle offers an easy lifestyle - just blocks from town center!

Bright, light-filled and lovely! 5 Dartmouth Circle offers an easy lifestyle – just blocks from town center!

OPEN HOUSE – 130 Columbia Avenue in Swarthmore!  1-3pm  – Beautiful home on lovely grounds on one of the most peaceful streets in town!  Come see what all the fuss is about!

OPEN HOUSE- 5 Dartmouth Circle in Swarthmore!  1-3pm Who says sensible can’t be sumptuous?  This lovingly updated home is close to everything! I’ll be hosting here so please stop in and say hello!

  If Sunday is not convenient and you are not working with an agent, I would be pleased to schedule private home tours for your family at your convenience.  Contact me at 610.209.9079!

 

 

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Activities in Swarthmore, Wallingford & Media this weekend, February 8th- 10th!

Great big private backyard at 108 Yale Ave!  You're invited to see it in person at Sunday's 1-3pm open house!

Great big private backyard at 108 Yale Ave! Please join my colleague, Becky Hansen at the Sunday 1-3pm open house to see it in person!

Please be sure to check out this week’s issue of The Swarthmorean newspaper for special Valentine’s Day coverage including a “How They Met” article on D. Patrick Welsh’s own Linda Heffernan and her husband Marty Speigel!  To be one of the first to know all the local news, please subscribe to our small town weekly paper by stopping by The Swarthmorean office at 112 Park Avenue in Swarthmore, calling 610.543.0900 or emailing editor@swarthmorean.com!

Friday:

 Cupcake Decorating to Feed the Needy (at Wallingford Presbyterian Church) 6:30pm Families with young children are invited to create Valentine themed cupcakes – half will be donated to City Team Ministries! Price is $5 per decorator.  Space is limited so please register at www.wallingfordpres.org or call 610.334.2025!

Eating Jewishly in the 21st Century: Part I 7pm at Ohev Shalom in Wallingford – Nigel Savage, the founder of Hazon, (America’s largest Jewish environmental group) and Ohev weekend scholar-in-residence, will speak.  Free! Email exec@ohev.net or call 610.874.1465 for more info.

“Strictly Platonic” Opening Night! at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 8pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Saturday

“Alice in Wonderland” Children’s Theatre at Media Theatre 11am – A fast paced production based on the Lewis Carroll classic – for children 5 & up. 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

12th Annual Chili Cook-off at Swarthmore United Methodist Church 6pm for eaters, 5:30pm for competitors!  Eat and judge vegetarian and meat chili!  Macaroni & cheese, salad, rolls, cornbread, chips, desserts and beverages are also available!  Adults $12, children and chili entrants $6.  129 Park Avenue in Swarthore.

“Grease” at Strath Haven High School 7:30pm – Strath Haven High School students bring the classic musical (about the 1950s “greaser” subculture) to life!  Adults $10, seniors & kids $5. Strath Haven High School, S. Providence Road in Wallingford.

Faculty Dance Concert at Swarthmore College 8pm – Enjoy an evening of flamenco, modern and African dances (and more) by Swarthmore College Faculty!  FREE.  LPAC, Swarthmore College.

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 8pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 8pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Sunday:

American Legion Baseball Warmups & Tryouts 8am-11am at the Strath Haven High School gym – Official tryouts for all age 13 to 19 at Strath Haven High School gym.  Call Ron Anderson 610.565.1677 with questions. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/nether for info about communities served and official tryouts for all age groups!

Brunch with Philly Chef: Eating Jewishly in the 21st Century: Part I 10am- Michael Solomonov, owner of the Zahav and Citron & Rose restaurants in Philadelphia, joins Nigel Savage, founder of Hazon, (America’s largest Jewish environmental group) and Ohev weekend scholar-in-residence, offer further discussion about food for foodies!  Free! Email exec@ohev.net or call 610.874.1465 for more info.

Registration for Rutledge Girls’ Softball  1-3pm – Bring a copy of birth certificate, recent wallet-sized photo and proof of insurance.  Rutledge Borough Hall.  For more info call 484.478.0446 or Margie.Corcoran@gmail.com, or Joe Flynn 610.447.8281 or Kevin Cunningham 610.328.2834 or kuzurt@msn.com!

“Alice in Wonderland” Children’s Theatre at Media Theatre 11am – A fast paced production based on the Lewis Carroll classic – for children 5 & up. 610.891.0100 or www.mediatheatre.org for info!

“Grease” at Strath Haven High School 2pm & 6:30pm – Strath Haven High School students bring the classic musical (about the 1950s “greaser” subculture) to life!  Adults $10, seniors & kids $5. Strath Haven High School, S. Providence Road in Wallingford.

“Strictly Platonic” at Hedgerow Theatre 2pm – New comedy by Larry McKenna about a 30-ish ex-jock male chauvinist who is blindsided by love!  Tickets $10-$32  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Grey Gardens” Musical at Players Club 2pm – This Tony Award winning musical follows Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother (Jackie Onassis’s aunt and cousin) as they fade away in a ramshackle Hampton’s mansion.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Relax by the fireplace in the open great room, which overlooks the beautifully landscaped grounds and woods!

Relax by the fireplace in the open great room, which overlooks the beautifully landscaped grounds and woods!

OPEN HOUSE – 108 Yale Avenue in Swarthmore!  1-3pm  – You may have driven by in the past… But you MUST stop inside!  Open floor plan, kitchen island, enormous master suite, GORGEOUSLY finished lower level with walk-out to the great big landscaped and fenced yard!  Check out one of Swarthmore’s rare newer homes before it sells!

  If Sunday is not convenient and you are not working with an agent, I would be pleased to schedule private home tours for your family at your convenience.  Contact me at 610.209.9079!

 

 

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Scenes from around Swarthmore…

I pulled into Linvilla yesterday and thought I must be dreaming when I saw hundred of Christmas trees out!  Then I read the sign... A recycled tree maze sounds both fun and green!

In Media, PA: We pulled into Linvilla Orchard yesterday and thought I must be dreaming when I saw hundreds of Christmas trees out! Then I read the sign… A recycled tree maze sounds both fun and green!

Wallingford Train station sidewalks machines

In Wallingford, PA: A pair of digging machines are out on Brookhaven Road to assist with the sidewalk project for the Wallingford Train Station!

Wallingford train station

Here’s another view looking down Possum Hollow Road toward the station. This project will make the daily walk to the train safer!

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Activities in Swarthmore, Wallingford & Media this weekend, February 1st- 3rd!

First Friday activities for 2/1/13!

First Friday activities for 2/1/13!

Please be sure to check out this week’s issue of The Swarthmorean newspaper for articles including announcement of the new Wallingford Community Arts Center Director, Paul Downie! The “Briefly Noted” section has a photo of the Lentz family after mom & dad performed their “Polar Plunge” to benefit Camp Sunshine – a camp in Maine for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families!  You can learn more (and donations can still be accepted to honor the memory of the Lentz’s oldest son, Joseph) at www.crowdrise.com/TEAMJosephsStation! To be one of the first to know all the local news, please subscribe to our small town weekly paper by stopping by The Swarthmorean office at 112 Park Avenue in Swarthmore, calling 610.543.0900 or emailing editor@swarthmorean.com!

Friday:

First Friday in Swarthmore!  5-8pm Enjoy food, fun and music with your community!  Merchants will stay open late to provide special events and activities for the whole family!

“With a Song in My Heart” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – A live band accompanies this musical exploration of music through the ’20s, ’30s & ’40s by Kern, Berlin and Gershwin!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Chamber Music” Second Stage at Players Club 8pm – Meet inmates at a 1938 insane asylum who think they are Susan B. Anthony & Joan of Arc in Arthur Copit’s absurdist comedy-drama. Tickets are $10 at the door.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Saturday

“With a Song in My Heart” at Hedgerow Theatre 8pm – A live band accompanies this musical exploration of music through the ’20s, ’30s & ’40s by Kern, Berlin and Gershwin!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Chamber Music” Second Stage at Players Club 8pm – Meet inmates at a 1938 insane asylum who think they are Susan B. Anthony & Joan of Arc in Arthur Copit’s absurdist comedy-drama. Tickets are $10 at the door.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Sunday:

American Legion Baseball Warmups & Tryouts 8am-11am at the Strath Haven High School gym – Age 15 wear blue shirts.  Call Ron Anderson 610.565.1677 with questions. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/nether for info about communities served and official tryouts for all age groups!

“With a Song in My Heart” at Hedgerow Theatre 2pm – A live band accompanies this musical exploration of music through the ’20s, ’30s & ’40s by Kern, Berlin and Gershwin!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Chamber Music” Second Stage at Players Club 3pm – Meet inmates at a 1938 insane asylum who think they are Susan B. Anthony & Joan of Arc in Arthur Copit’s absurdist comedy-drama. Tickets are $10 at the door.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

 

Our office is not hosting any open houses this weekend!  However, if you are not working with an agent, I would be pleased to schedule private home tours for your family at your convenience.  Contact me at 610.209.9079!

 

 

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Activities in Swarthmore, Wallingford & Media this weekend, January 18th-20th!

Occasionally yoursPlease be sure to check out this week’s issue of The Swarthmorean newspaper for articles including statements from the three candidates for the Swarthmore Library Borad of Trustees (including our own Carlin McCoy) and news about Swarthmore Town Center’s new Discover Swarthmore brochure and gift bags for new residents! To subscribe stop by The Swarthmorean office at 112 Park Avenue in Swarthmore, call 610.543.0900 or email editor@swarthmorean.com to be one of the first to learn all the news in town! 

Friday:

“Dr. Doolittle” 7pm at Media Theatre!  Philadelphia Sportscaster Bill Vargus plays the title role in this play about play based on the Hugh Lofting stories about a vet who learns to talk to animals! Visit www.mediatheatre.org for tickets!

“Meshuggah-Nuns!” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – This silly sequel to Nunsense is set on a cruise ship where the sisters must pitch in on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof“!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

 “Permanent Collection” at Players Club 8pm- A play by Thomas Gibbons about the Barnes debacle, examining racial politics. 610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for tickets!

“Chamber Music” Second Stage at Players Club 8pm – Meet inmates at a 1938 insane asylum who think they are Susan B. Anthony & Joan of Arc in Arthur Copit’s absurdist comedy-drama. Tickets are $10 at the door.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Saturday

American Legion Baseball Warmups & Tryouts 8am-11am at the Strath Haven High School gym – Age 13 wear red shirts, age 14 wear white shirts.  Call Ron Anderson 610.565.1677 with questions. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/nether for info about communities served and official tryouts for all age groups!

Scott Arboretum Hightlight Tour 3pm at the Arboretum offices. Canceled by poor weather.  Arboretum staff will take the public on a tour of their amazing plant collections!

“Storytime for the Holidays” 11am at Hedgerow Theatre. Shows are fifty minutes long and interactive – members of the company share classic holiday tales with their audience (for kids)!  Adults $11, kids $9.  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

“Dr. Doolittle” 2pm & 8pm at Media Theatre!  Philadelphia Sportscaster Bill Vargus plays the title role in this play about play based on the Hugh Lofting stories about a vet who learns to talk to animals! Visit www.mediatheatre.org for tickets!

“Meshuggah-Nuns!” at Hedgerow Theatre 7:30pm – This silly sequel to Nunsense is set on a cruise ship where the sisters must pitch in on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof”!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

 “Permanent Collection” at Players Club 8pm- A play by Thomas Gibbons about the Barnes debacle, examining racial politics. 610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for tickets! 

“Chamber Music” Second Stage at Players Club 8pm – Meet inmates at a 1938 insane asylum who think they are Susan B. Anthony & Joan of Arc in Arthur Copit’s absurdist comedy-drama. Tickets are $10 at the door.  610.565.4211 or www.pcstheater.org for more info.

Sunday:

American Legion Baseball Warmups & Tryouts 8am-11am at the Strath Haven High School gym – Age 15 wear blue shirts.  Call Ron Anderson 610.565.1677 with questions. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/nether for info about communities served and official tryouts for all age groups!

“Dr. Doolittle” 3pm at Media Theatre!  Philadelphia Sportscaster Bill Vargus plays the title role in this play about play based on the Hugh Lofting stories about a vet who learns to talk to animals! Visit www.mediatheatre.org for tickets!

“Meshuggah-Nuns!” at Hedgerow Theatre 2pm – This silly sequel to Nunsense is set on a cruise ship where the sisters must pitch in on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof”!  610.565.4211 or www.hedgerowtheatre.org for more info!

Our office is not hosting any open houses this weekend!  However, if you are not working with an agent, I would be pleased to schedule private home tours for your family at your convenience.  Contact me at 610.209.9079!

 

 

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