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O
n Wednesday, March 17 Verna Cox is headingto
Washington, DC to “Call on Congress” in aneffort
to fight colorectal cancer, the secondleading cause of cancer deaths in America.C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition, a nonprofit advo-cacy organization based in Washington, DC, will hostmore than 50 advocates from around the country forthree days, March 15 - 18, for the fourth annual Callon Congress conference and lobby day. The event
will train colorectal cancer advocates – patients, sur
-vivors and caregivers – on how to have successfulmeetings with their elected officials. On Wednesday,March 17, they will take what they learned to thehalls of Congress, armed with information, state-spe-cific colorectal cancer statistics, and a call to action:support colorectal cancer legislation that will savemoney and save lives.
While in Washington Verna Cox will have the chance
to sit down and speak face to face with the staff ofSenators Arlen Spector and Bob Casey along withRepresentative Chaka Fattah to ask them to supportthe Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Early Detectionand Treatment Act. The legislation, if passed, wouldcreate a National Colorectal Cancer Screening Pro-gram, which will help thousands of poor, uninsuredand underinsured Americans get lifesaving screen-ings.Verna Cox, a 60 year-old Wynnefield resident, is a12 year, two time colon cancer survivor. She is pas-sionate about helping others to avoid her ordeal.This is her 3rd time calling on Congress to pass thisimportant legislation. “I get calls all the time fromfolks who need a Colonoscopy but do not have any
type of coverage to cover this life saving screening.”
As a patient advocate I feel it’s my duty to fight forColorectal Cancer legislation.“C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition is thrilled thatVerna Cox will be joining us in Washington, DC, toCall on Congress,” stated Carlea Bauman, Presidentof C3. “Colorectal cancer advocates who speak upand demand a change in current colorectal cancerpolicy will be the ones who make a difference in thefight against this disease.”
T
he Alliance Française de Phila-delphie will hold an author’s
lecture (in English), book-signing
and reception for Barbara Corrado
Pope, author of “Cézanne’sQuarry,” published by PegasusBooks, an historical murder mystery, onThursday,
March 25, 2010,
at the EthicalSociety, 1906 Rittenhouse Square, followedby a reception sponsored by Di Bruno. Theevening’s lead sponsor is Here and Abroad,an agency which helpspeople find rental prop-e
rties in Provence, France.
Diana Regan, president
of the Alliance Francaise
de Philadelphie, said that
copies of Pope’s will befor sale at the reception,
couresy of Joseph Fox
Bookshop, and the authorwill be autgraphing copies
after her power-pointpresentation, illustrat-ing scenes from hernovel which
takes placein Provence.
“Cézanne’s Quarry”was named a finalist forthe 23rd annual Oregon
Book Awards’ Ken Kesey
Award for Fiction.Pope fell in love withthe art, landscapes and
people of Provence while
teaching French, women’s
and religious history toAmerican students in
Avignon. Among the many
places she led lecture-tours were Aix-en-Pro-
vence, where she follow
-
ed in Cézanne’s footsteps,
from the hidden depthsof the Bibémus Quarryto his sunny studio atLes Lauves on the out-skirts of town.She has a Ph.D. in the
Social and Intellectual History of Europe from
Columbia University and has taught historyand women’s studies in places as diverseas Hungary, Tuscany, the University of NewMexico, and Harvard Divinity School. Her
longest stint was at the University of Oregon,
where she was the founding director ofwomen’s studies.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Barbara
resides in Eugene, Oregon, where she is
F
ormer PoetLaureate ofthe United
States and Pulitzer
Prize winner Mark
Strand will readfrom his work onThursday,
March25,
at 7:30 p.m. inthe Ely Room ofthe WyndhamAlumnae Houseat Bryn MawrCollege.Part of BrynMawr’s CreativeWriting ProgramReading Series,the event is freeand open to thepublic. Strand isthe author oftwelve books ofpoetry, includingthe Pulitzer Prize-winning
 Blizzard of One
as well as
 New Selected Poems,
 Man and Camel, Dark Harbor,
and
The Continuous
 Life.
He has also published volumes of prose; art monographs
on Edward Hopper and William Bailey; and three books for
children. He has been an influential translator, both through
his own translations of Carlos Drummond de Andrade andRafael Alberti and his editing of the anthologies
 Another 
 Republic
(with poet Charles Simic) and
 New Poetry of Mexico
(with poet Octavio Paz).
In addition to serving as Poet Laureate of the United States,
Strand is a former Chancellor of the Academy of AmericanPoets. He currently teaches English and comparative liter-ature at Columbia University in New York. Poet LouiseGlück wrote of Strand’s work, “it is our misfortune to iden-tify worldliness and irony with lack of substance; in poetryat this level, they manifest profound wisdom and daring.”This reading is made possible by the Jane Flanders Fundfor the Study of Poetry and is also supported by theMarianne Fund for the Study of Poetry.
For info about upcoming readingsvisit www.brynmawr.edu/
calendar/visiting_writers.shtml.
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Alliance Française Hosts Lecture andReception with Author Barbara Pope
 Barbara Corrado Pope, author of “Cézanne’s Quarry,” will lecture and do a book-signing at an Alliance Française receptionat the Ethical Society, 1906 Rittenhouse Square, on Thursday,
 March 25, 2010,
at 6:00 p.m. Former Poet Laureate of the United  States and Pulitzer Prize winner Mark Strand will read from his work onThursday,
 March 25,
at 7:30 p.m. at  Bryn Mawr College.
See 
Author Lecture & Book-Signing 
on page 4 
Former U.S. Poet Laureate MarkStrand to Give Free Reading
Photo/Timothy Greenfield Sander 
Verna Cox, a 60 year-old Wynnefield resident, is a 12  year, two time colon cancer survivor. She is passion- ate about helping others to avoid her ordeal.
Local Activist Travels to Nation’s Capital to Fight Colorectal Cancer 
 
Poetry Reading
On Saturday,
March 20
from 7:30p.m. to 9:30 p.m., folks wanting tobe entertained in a big way can’tmiss this extravaganza of an orig-
inal all-encompassing artist, Ketan
Ben Caesar at The Village CoffeeHouse is located at 63rd St. Admis-sion $6 – B.Y.O.B. additional $2.
For info visit www.thevillageat63rd
-street.com.
Big Bird’sBirthday Bash
Put on the party hats and join thecelebration of Big Bird’s Birthday at Sesame Place, the nation’s only 
theme park based entirely on “Sesame
Street.” On Saturday,
March 20
at11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., the birthday 
event will include an all-you-can-eat
buffet, character appearances anda party favor for each child. Addi-tionally, all guests will enjoy exclu-sive access to Elmo’s World Live!stage show in the Sesame Studio where Elmo explores the conceptof dance, along with a sing-a-long
featuring Sesame Street characters
and unlimited rides on the Sunny 
Day Carousel. The event is open ex-
clusively to 2010 Season Pass Hold
-ers and reservations are required.To book, call 1-866-GO-4-ELMO.
“That 70’s Show”
Harmony Theater, a performing arts
program for individuals with devel-opmental
disabilities, invites the
community to its production, “Tha
t
70’s Show,” at Gwynedd-Mercy Col-
lege. See the group get its grooveon at 8 p.m. on Saturday,
March20
in the Julia Ball Auditorium atthe college. The group will perform70s hits such as “The Hustle,”“Dancing Queen” and “YMCA.”Harmony Theater, sponsored by Gwynedd-Mercy College, IndianCreek Foundation and the Devel-opmental Enterprises Corporation,generates a creative environmentin which more than 60 individuals
 with developmental disabilities can
express their talents through per-forming arts. They have been stag-
ing theatrical productions for more
than 15 years. Tickets are a $20donation to benefit the Harmony 
Theater program. Pre-sale tickets are
available. Call 267-249-3760 for info.
Church Labyrinth
St. David’s Episcopal Church Laby-rinth is open, Sunday,
March 21,
3 - 5 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. St.David’s Labyrinth is a meditative
path in the shape of St. David’s cross.
The labyrinth can be thought of as
an image of the sacred path you take
through life, its challenges andtransitions. Walking the labyrinthmay help you reflect on difficult as
 well as joyous journeys through life.
 An instructional brochure will beavailable. St. David’s EpiscopalChurch is located at 763 South Val-ley Forge Road, Wayne, PA 19087.
Civil War Comes Alive
Step back in time Sunday,
March21
at 7:00 p.m. Costumed Inter-preters bring the Civil War to life. While in period attire, living histo-rians Mira & Bruce Form, will pre-sent a free educational and enter-taining program entitled, “Images
of the Past: Jews and the Civil War.”
The Forms will discuss the many roles played by the Jews during theCivil War. They will also present a
living history display of original arti-
facts and reproductions from theperiod. All are welcome. Temple
Sholom in Broomall is located at 55
N. Church Lane, Broomall PA. For information, call 610-356-5165.
 Juried StudentExhibition
The University of the Arts presents
a national undergraduate and gradu
-ate student exhibition of ceramic works being held in conjunction with “Independence,” the 44th an-
nual National Council on the Educa
-tion of Ceramic Art (NCECA) con-
ference being held in Philadelphia.
Matt Long and Erin Furimsky jury the exhibition.
March 21 - April12.
Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery islocated at 333 S. Broad St., Phila-
delphia). Mon. - Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Sat. 12 - 5 p.m. Free and open to
the public. For info call 215-717-6480
or email rwg@uarts.edu.
Meet Author 
On Wednesday,
March 24
at 7:30
p.m., Parkway Central Library, 1901
 Vine Street in Philadelphia will host,
Lori D. Ginzberg, author of her new 
book, “Elizabeth Cady Stanton.”Stanton was one of the best-knownadvocates of women’s suffrage inthe 19th century. Outspoken, ener-getic, and controversial, she orga-
nized the first Women’s Rights Con
- vention in 1848 and, with Susan B. Anthony, co-founded the National
 Woman Suffrage Association in 1869.She spent her life writing and speak 
-ing about women’s rights, but her  views on class, race, and intellect,
are characterized by a startling elit-
ism,
seemingly out of step today. The
event is free and open to the pub-lic. Book sales and signing follow the lecture. For information, call215-686-5414.
Classic Rock Art Show 
The 10th Annual 102.9 WMGK Clas
-sic Rock Art Show and Sale willtake place from Wednesday 
March24 through April 18
at The Kingof Prussia Mall on the lower levelof The Plaza. This year’s show fea-
tures the largest collection of pieces
in the show’s history. Classic rock fans will be able to view and pur-chase photographs, paintings anddrawings featuring Rock legends
from A to Z, or Aerosmith to ZZ Top.
The prices of the artwork range from
as low as $5 to as high at $10,000. Admission to the show is free. A portion of the sales made duringthe show will go to this year’s char-ity, Little Steven Van Zandt’s Rock N Roll Forever Foundation.
Senior Lunch & Learn
The Main Line Office of GriswoldSpecial Care, located in Narberth,PA, presents the first in a series of “Senior Lunch & Learn” events, tobe held on
March 25, 2010,
11:30a.m. - 1:30 p.m. The community isinvited to Congregation Hall at the
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625
Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr,
PA. The topic will be “The Medicare
Maze: How to get the most out of 
 your Medicare Benefits,” presente
by Linda Anderson, Esq. and Judy Cohan, from Anderson Elder Law.The event is co-sponsored by Gris- wold Special Care, Main Line Adul
Day Center, and Anderson Elder Law.
Topics will include review of Medi-
care Part A, Part B, Part C, and Par 
D. Luncheon will be served, so RSVP
to Joan Grasso at 610-645-5567.
Exhibit
MCGOPA, Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists is501c3 non-profit organization. The
“Spring Show: New Work” Show wil
run from
March 26 until May 15,2010.
It will feature Karl Richar 
Olsen, Juror’s Choice Award winnefrom the 2009 Fall Juried Show. The
 Artists’ Reception will be on Satur-day,
 April 24
from 5:00 p.m. to7:00 p.m. Bring family and friends.This is free. Check for weathe
related changes at www.mcgopa.org.
MCGOPA is open daily with a rep-resentative present: 11 a.m. - 1p.m. Mondays & Fridays. MCGOPis located at SPP Galleries in TheInquirer Building, on routes 23320 in Conshohocken, PA 19428.
Call 610-803-3248 (Maria Solomon,
Gallery Director).
Meet Author 
Murder, money and the Main Lineare the perfect side to a fabulous
cup of coffee as local author Barbar 
K. Clement will host a signing of her book “The Main Liners: Legacy of Deceit” at Burlap and Bean Sat-urday,
March 27, 2010
from 3 to 5p.m. For information about Burlapand Bean call 484-427-4547 o www.burlapandbean.com.
Dance Exchange
The NY Dance Exchange is the an-nual artists exchange between theCEC/Community Education Cente
and NYC based New Dance Alliance.
The event presents an evening of dance and performance by an out-standing group of artists including
up and coming and established art
-ists from both cities. This season’sExchange brings to Philadelphiaward winning Japanese modern
dancer/choreographer, Mana Kawa
-mura and also, Cori Olinghouse, whose work has been presente
extensively in NYC. One show only,
Saturday,
March 27
at 8 p.m. Foinformation call 215-387-1911 andor visit www.cecarts.org. Ticketsare $12, $10 for students and sen-iors and may be purchased online
at Brown Paper Tickets www.brown
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Imagine a dinner party– three married cou-ples at their monthlyget-together. The hus-bands are intolerableand the wives are ex-asperated (think Des-perate Housewives,live on stage). Then...the usual kitchen con-versation takes anunexpected turn, whenThe
Players Club ofSwarth
more Theaterputs “The Smell of the Kill” on their Second Stage. Shown are –Heidi Starr (Morton), Roni Cibischino (Folcroft) and ElisabethHostetter (Glen Mills) in “The Smell of the Kill.” Upcoming per-formances are
March 19 and 20
on The Players Club of Swarth-more’s Raymond W. Smith stage on the second floor at 8 p.m.Admission is $10 at the door – (main stage tickets or vouchersthat have not been redeemed are good for admission as well,even expired one-per-show vouchers). For information aboutPCS, its Second Stage and Main Stage offerings, visit:www.pcstheater.org.
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Three Ravens Gallery 
The public is invited to a special opening at Three Ravens Gallery, 124Sibley Avenue, Ardmore, PA on
March 19, 2010
from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.
The opening will feature the work of Maite Agahnia of San Diego, Bertrand
Eberhard of France and Tom Przondzion of Germany. Refreshments willbe served. You can preview the work of these artists and others atwww.threeravensgallery.com.
“The Anne Frank Theater Project”
The Holocaust Awareness Museum presents “The Anne Frank Theater Project” on
March 21, 2010
at 10 a.m. in the Polonsky Theater of theJCC Klein Branch, located at 10100 Jamison Avenue in Northeast Phila-delphia. The performance is a 45-minute adaptation of the acclaimed
Broadway play “The Diary of Anne Frank” by Frances Goodrich and Albert
Hackett, staged by 6 professional actors. The play vividly portrays how ordinary people were affected by the Nazi’s Final Solution plan and willbe followed by a question and answer session facilitated by the show’sproducer, Sharon Geller. The play and discussion following, focusing ontolerance and diversity, bullying and morality, and society’s response, isa thought provoking experience for students and adults. Tickets are $10and can be ordered by calling 215-464-4701 or visit http://www.holocaust-awarenessmuseum.org.
Immaculata University 
The Cue and Curtain Children’s Theatre of Immaculata University ispresenting “Ramona Quimby,” in Alumnae Hall, on the campus of theUniversity. Performances are
March 24 - March 26,
at 10:30 a.m. witheserved seating, and
March 27 and March 28,
at 2 p.m. with openseating. Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, co-educa-tional institution located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, between Paoliand Exton, south of the Intersection of routes 30 and 352. For informa-tion call Sister Marcille McEntee, IHM at 610-647-4400, ext. 3737 or 3022or email at cctheatre@immaculata.edu.
“Vino Vitae”
Visitors to the National Constitution Center can enjoy an exclusive tour of the world debut exhibition, “Ancient Rome & America,” followed by “Vino Vitae,” a celebration of Italian food and wine, on Thursday,
March25, 2010
from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The five-course dinner will featurewine pairings from Italy’s Mastroberardino winery, selected by certifiedsommelier Salvatore Galati. Tickets cost $149 per person and $129 for Constitution Center members. Reservations are required and can bemade by calling 215-409-6700.
Irish American Business Chamber Awards
His Excellency, Michael Collins, The Ambassador of Ireland to the UnitedStates will visit Philadelphia
March 26
to present awards. The IrishAmerican Business Chamber & Network’s Awards will be held March 26,2010, at Hyatt at The Bellevue, 200 South Broad Street, Philadelphia A reception will be at 11:30 a.m., luncheon at 12:30 p.m. and networking inthe Rose Garden, at 2:30 p.m. For information abarry@isben.org or call215-772-3101.
Shopping Event
The Wardrobe Boutique, 1822 Spring Garden, Philadelphia, will present“Prom-A-Rama” featuring personal shoppers, gift bags, and a hugeselection of highly discounted new prom dresses. There will be morethan 100 gowns to choose from starting at $25. The event will be heldSat.,
March 27,
12 - 2 p.m. The event is $5 and includes a gift bag val-ued at $30 and the chance to win raffle prizes. For info call 215-568-2660.
“Regards to Broadway”
The Delaware Valley Opera Company will host “Regards to Broadway,”the company’s popular evening of Broadway favorites, at 7 p.m. on Satur-day,
March 27
at Keenan’s Valley View Inn, Domino Lane, Roxborough.
The evening includes dinner and a concert performed by some of DVOC’s
finest singers. Doris Coleman, whose career as a pianist has included
TV appearances with such opera stars as Anna Moffo, will act as the even-
ing’s accompanist. Selections from beloved musicals such as the Soundof Music, Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Annie Get your Gun, Com-pany, Naughty Marietta, Wicked and Phantom of the Opera, will be per-formed. Singers slated to perform include tenor Doug Rowland, soprano
Tracy Sturgis, bass Milo Morris, mezzo-soprano Majalisa Fritzhuspen, teno
Jay Anstee, and many more. Tickets for “Regards to Broadway” are $40per person, and include the concert, a three-course meal and non-alco-
holic beverages. Keenan’s Valley View Inn is located at 468 Domino Lane.
Parking is free and handicapped accessible. For info, call 215-725-4171.
 Women for Greater Philadelphia
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Historic Laurel Hill Mansion
presents “We the Women 2010” Women in Government,
March 28, 2010
from 2 to 4 p.m. The Program – A Tribute to Women in Government pre-senting the new Philadelphia Managing Director, and remembering theformer first woman Recorder of Deeds of Montgomery County, MaryannRickenbach. Also, introducing the premiere showing of “If These WallsCould Talk—The Story of Laurel Hill Mansion.” Laurel Hill Mansion islocated at East Edgley Drive, East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. For infocall 215-627-1770 or LaurelHillMansion@verizon.net.
Passover Seder 
The Narberth Havurah, a unique and welcoming Reconstructionist Jewish
Community guided by Rabbi Yitzhak Nates, invites the community to aPassover seder on Monday evening,
March 29
at 5:30 p.m. at MerionFriends Meeting Activities Building, 615 Montgomery Avenue, Merion(across from the Mobil gas station.) The evening will include a potluck 
dinner, wine, juice and matzah will be provided. The cost is $18 per adult;
$9 per child, children under 6, free. To reserve your spot and see how youcan participate in the potluck, contact Havurah President Margie Smithat mesmith1@comcast.net. For info, visit www.narberthhavurah.org.
BRAVA Philadelphia
The Academy of Vocal Arts is celebrating its 75th Anniversary Season with the presentation of “BRAVA Philadelphia,” a concert extrAVAganzaof opera stars,
March 31, 2010.
The evening will begin with cocktailsat 5 p.m.; gala dinner at 6 p.m., in the Ballroom, Hyatt at the Bellevue,
200 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. A concert of extrAVAganza of opera
stars will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Verizon Hall, The Kimmel Center for the
Performing Arts, 300 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. Following the con
-cert, at 10 p.m., will be a Meet the Artists Champagne & Dessert Recep-tion with live band. All proceeds from the Gala event benefit AVA’s Resi-dent Artists Scholarship Fund. For information www.AVAOpera.org.
25th Annual Victory Gallop
George and Lorraine Rubin, Saunders and Sallie Dixon, Thorncroft’sBoard of Directors and the Victory Gallop Committee, are presenting the25th Annual Thorncroft Victory Gallop,
 April 3, 2010,
in The GrandBallroom, The Park Hyatt Philadelphia at The Bellevue. The evening willbegin with cocktails and silent auction from 6 to 7 p.m., followed by din-ner and dancing, live auction, from 7:30 to midnight. Music will be by 
Chico’s Vibe. Each week 350 students, half of whom face physical or men-tal
challenges, come together to work, learn and ride. Together they healand grow. Proceeds from the evening support the Therapeutic Ridingprograms at Thorncroft. For information call 610-644-1963.
Marian Anderson Award
The Marian Anderson Award is presenting its 11th Award Gala,
 April 6,2010,
at the Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, at5:30 p.m. The Gala will honor comedian and educator Bill Cosby who,
like Marian Anderson, was shaped by Philadelphia, and then helped shape
our culture. Broadway legend Chita Rivera will host the Gala, which willfeature stand-up performer David Brenner, and performances by thePhiladelphia Orchestra under two maestros, James DePreist and OmahaSymphony music director Thomas Wilkins. The Marian Anderson Awardhonors artists whose leadership on behalf of a humanitarian cause or issues benefits society. Since its inception, the award has provided morethan $470,000 in free public programs, residences, commissions, andgrants to young artists. For info call 215-893-1999.
Exhibition
The Chestnut Hill Gallery presents an exhibition of the new paintings of Philip Cohn,
 April 6 through April 24, 2010.
 An Opening Reception will be held on
 April 10,
from 6 to 8 p.m. A Philadelphia native, Cohnhas been painting his hometown for over fifty years. He also paints land-scapes of Europe. Chestnut Hill Gallery & Frame Shoppe is located at8117 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia. For info call 215-248-2549.
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he Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra presents its annual Spring Concert on Sunday,
March 21
at 3 p.m. at The UpperDarby Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for senior citizens and $5 for students. Call the BoxOffice at 610-622-1189 for tickets or information. Visit www.udpac.org. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is locat-ed at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue in Drexel Hill. Parking is free. The orchestra will perform Mozart’s
 Symphony No. 40 in Gminor, Polonaise and Waltz 
from “Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky, Schubert’s
 Rosamunde Overture,
and
 Rákóczy March
y Berlioz. Founded in 1946, the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest community orchestras in thereater Philadelphia area.
Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra Presents Annual Spring Concert
Philadelphia 
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