Note: All notices for events must be emailed to [email protected] by Thursday at noon. We will not accept faxes or hard copies. All notices will appear online. Print is based on a space-available basis. Thank you.
Gatsby’s Weekly lineup: 4936 Pennell Road, Aston. July 9, The Vibe, 8 p.m. July 10, Retro 45, 8 p.m. July 11, Karaoke with Kurtz, 7 p.m. July 12, Poker Tournament, 7 p.m. July 13, DJ Steve Kurtz Dance Party, 5 p.m. and Classic Car & Bike Cruise, 5 p.m. July 14, BINGO, 6:30 p.m. July 15, Karaoke with Kurtz, 7 p.m.
Haverford First Fest Music Festival: is a free admission event that will take place from 11am to 7pm on Saturday, September 11th at Eagle Road and East Hathaway Lane in Havertown. The day will be filled with live music, food, beer garden, crafters and children’s activities including fire trucks and other first responder equipment to explore. There are tributes planned to local first responders – Police, Firefighters, EMS, Doctors, Nurses and Medical Professionals who put themselves at risk every day to help others. Performers and bands who are First Responders or have personal or family connections to First Responders to apply to play at First Fest on September 11, 2021. Doctors, Nurses, Firefighters, Military, Police, EMS welcome. Please spread the word.. Interested Performers: Paul Kelly [email protected] or Tom Kelly [email protected]
Class of 1970 Monsignor Bonner & Archbishop Prendergast Catholic High Schools 50th Reunion Celebration: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many events around the world to be cancelled or postponed. Our 50th Reunion Celebration was postponed and is back on with a new date 10/22/21. Planning is back underway. Friday, October 22: Drexelbrook Special Events Center, 4700 Drexelbrook Drive, Drexel Hill, PA 19026, 610-259-7000 Onsite Lodging: Holiday Inn & Suites, 5400 Ferne Boulevard, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026, 484-461-9820 To stay informed, please make sure we have the most up to date contact information (address, email and phone). Please inform the school and the following committee members of any updates: [email protected]
Ridley High School Class of 1980: Reunion date change: November 13, 2021 – 40th Reunion – Springfield Country Club. Send updated contact information to [email protected] Join our Facebook page RIDLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1980. Discounted hotel rooms available at Courtyard Marriott Springfield if you mention RIDLEY HS CLASS of 1980.
Travel Club: New Hampshire Vermont, 5 days4 nights. Sept. 11- 23. Accommodations at the Indian Head Resort Tours – Faddens General store and Maple sugar tour, Castle in the clouds tour,21/2 hr cruise with lunch , kellerhaus chocolates time to shop Von Trapp lodge for lunch and tour in Vermont. Christmas loft All meals, entertainment every night. Wine and cheese reception. $889 pp double single and triple also available. American Music theater in Lancaster Christmas show. December 12, Lunch before show at Hershey farms, $120 pp. For more information call for flyer 215-715-5004 August 25, Tropicana Casino, Show and slot play, Motown memories show 3:30 p.m., $25 slot play, $69 pp. New Hampshire – Vermont, September 19-23, 5 days 4 nights Indian Head Resort, Faddens general store and Maple sugar house tour ,Mount Washington cruise with lunch, Time on Weirs beach to shop, Castle in the clouds tour, VonTrapp Family Lodge historic tour and lunch, Breakfast and dinner at resort every day, Double $989 pp Triple $859 pp; Single $1,229. Kellerhaus candy Christmas loft, December 12, American music theater Winter Wonderland, Center seats, Lunch at Hershey Farms, $120 pp, deposit $40, To hold seats non refundable, If interested call 215-715-5004 For flyers with more information.
Winterthur’s Artisan Market: Experience fine craftsmanship at Winterthur’s Artisan Market on July 17-18. More than 80 of the region’s most talented craftspeople will present their outstanding examples of modern-day artisanship at the Delaware museum. Best of all, tickets include entry to the museum and garden, and are valid for two-day admission. Vendors will sell a wide variety of unique, original objects, including antiques and collectibles; furniture and home décor; up-cycled and architectural salvage pieces; high-quality crafts and handmade items; vintage clothing and jewelry; small batch and artisanal gourmet packaged goods; original art in a variety of media; and garden items. The list of artisans is on the website at www.winterthur.org/artisanmarket. Artisan Market is included with admission to Winterthur, which costs $20 for adults; $18 for students and seniors; $6 for ages 2–11. Tickets may be purchased online at winterthur.org, by calling 800.448.3883, x7029, or on-site on the day of the event. Admission includes two-day access to Artisan Market and the estate, garden, and house on July 17 and 18. Please note: house tours are by reservation only.
The Ukrainian Folk Festival 2021: will be held at the Ukrainian American Sport Center — Tryzub (www.tryzub.org), County Line and Lower State Roads, Horsham, PA. Exciting, spectacular, dazzling, breathtaking, exhilarating, spirited, soulful, enchanting, captivating, and intriguing – modest words which describe but by no means capture the essence of Ukrainian folk art, music, and dance. From the rich color and deep symbolism of the delicate “pysanka” (Ukrainian Easter Egg) to the thunderous, power, rhythm and strength of “HOPAK” – the world’s most exciting ethnic dance, and every brilliant “Kolomiyka” (polka) and soulful folk song in between, experience the UKRAINIAN FOLK FESTIVAL 2021, celebrating the 30th anniversary of our ancestral homeland’s independence. Enjoy an outdoor summer stage concert and show (1:30 to 4:30 p.m.), a public social dance (4:30 – 8:00 p.m.), homemade Ukrainian foods and baked goods, BBQ pit, standard picnic fare, vendors’ grove, Ukrainian arts and crafts displays and bazaar, cool refreshments, live reenactments from Ukrainian history and Ukrainian hospitality.
The Galleries at Moore: Through painting, photography, sculpture, and community engagement, Here & There: Alumni Invitational at The Galleries at Moore presents a variety of ways to understand how artists question, embrace, and interact with their surroundings. On view through July 17, at The Galleries, 1916 Race Street, located on The Parkway, the exhibition is free and open to the public, no reservations necessary and is ADA accessible. Drop-in visitors are welcome Monday through Friday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., and are still required to wear masks. Come see our exhibitions in person. The exhibition highlights the work of six alumni whose artistic practices explore themes of “place.” It includes projects by Anne Canfield ’99 (BFA), Robin Dintiman ’72 (BFA), Naomieh Jovin ’17 (BFA), Michelle Angela Ortiz ’00 (BFA), Laura Petrovich-Cheney ’11 (MFA), and Rachel Wallis ’16 (MA).
InkAway Laser Tattoo Removal: the premier tattoo removal company in the Tri-state area, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary with a customer appreciation day at its Chadds Ford location. Since its formation, InkAway continues to grow and help individuals transform their skin and confidence through cutting-edge laser technology, safe protocols, and superior customer service. To commemorate the company’s milestone, InkAway invited past and present customers to come out and celebrate in a party atmosphere with fantastic sounds. Owner Matt Russo said, “It’s great to see all our customers coming back to help us celebrate. I think what makes us so successful is not only our great service but our desire to build relationships with each and every customer.” InkAway Laser Tattoo Removal is widely recognized as one of Pennsylvania’s leading providers for removing tattoo regret and modifying unwanted tattoos. With locations in Chadds Ford and Paoli, InkAway delivers safe, fast, and effective treatments for residents throughout the greater Delaware/Chester counties, the Main Line, King of Prussia, and other surrounding areas. Utilizing the Astanza Trinity laser, InkAway offers full-spectrum removal and fading for cover-ups for all skin types and all tattoo colors. With over 500 five-star reviews, InkAway’s service and professionalism are second to none. For a free consultation, contact InkAway Laser Tattoo Removal at (484) 840-8663 or visit InkAwayLaser.com.
Delaware County Victim Assistance Center: (formerly known as Delaware County Women Against Rape) has been providing services to victims of sexual assault and to their significant others since 1974. The non-profit agency depends on the support of our volunteers to help us assist meeting the needs of our clients 24-hours a day. Services to victims include hospital/police interview accompaniment, and telephone crisis intervention. Volunteers receive a 40-hour training to prepare them for their responsibilities and are asked to provide support at least twice a month for an evening or weekend shift. Delaware County Victim Assistance Center is asking interested community members to please contact Lauren Guenther at 610-566-4342 or HYPERLINK “https://www.delcotimes.com/content/tncms/live//mailto:[email protected]” [email protected]
Delaware County Victim Assistance Center: (formerly known as Delaware County Women Against Rape) offers free and confidential counseling in person and through our 24-hour hotline to victims of sexual assault. The agency provides medical, police and court accompaniment. DCVAC also facilitates support groups for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Adult Rape Survivors, and Teen Survivors of Sexual Assault. Educational programs are available to schools, professionals and community groups. Any questions or for services please contact our 24-hour hotline at 610-566-4342.
Delaware County Victim Assistance Center: (formerly known as Delaware County Women Against Rape) offers police/court accompaniment, advocacy and free confidential counseling to victims of serious crimes including robbery, burglary, assault, arson and the surviving family members of homicide victims. Any questions or for services please contact Delaware County Victim Assistance Center at 610-566-4342.
Medical Careers Program and Virtual Clinical Experiences: The Delaware County Technical High Schools have overcome many changes in its teaching and programs due to COVID-19. Teachers have been creative with continuing high-quality programs during this time. The Medical Careers programs are currently not being hosted at hospitals, but that has not prevented students from receiving important clinical experiences. Since September, Medical Careers welcomed over 20 virtual guest speakers to classrooms. These guest speakers, including speakers from health care fields such as infection control, organ donation, paramedics/EMT, nurses, physicians, therapists, dental medicine, and ultrasound, have shared experiences in their fields of practice while educating students on a variety of topics. Students interested in attending DCTS should contact their sending high school counselor or DCTS for additional information. The application can be found at www.dciu.org/page/3339.
The Delaware County Technical High Schools: is now accepting applications for the 2021/2022 school year. An online application has been created along with the traditional paper application for students who are interested in career and technical education. The application can be found at www.dciu.org/page/3339. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible to be considered for programs with limited openings. Delaware County Technical High Schools has two main campuses, Aston and Folcroft. Programs are also held at seven partnering hospitals. Students from the 15 county school districts have the opportunity to enhance their educational program with career and technical experiences that are directly connected to the real world. Representatives from business, industry, and area colleges review and update the Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered by DCTS on a yearly basis. DCTS programs prepare students to be career and college ready. DCTS offers 21 programs and enrolls over 1,200 students in one of the largest and highest performing Career and Technical Centers in the state. Students can explore career clusters in the following areas: Health and Biosciences; Engineering and Computer Science; Logistics, Distribution and Transportation; Hospitality, Tourism and Human Services; Construction Technology. To gain admission to a technical program, applicants must meet DCTS admission criteria in regards to grades, attendance, discipline, and career readiness. Since many programs fill to capacity quickly, applications received will be considered based on available space in programs. The 12th Grade Medical Careers Program has a supplemental application available on the DCTS application website. For questions about the admission process and program information, please contact DCTS school counselors. Students interested in attending DCTS should contact their sending high school counselor for additional information.