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
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,
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
70’s Show,” at Gwynedd-Mercy Col-
lege. See the group get its grooveon at 8 p.m. on Saturday,
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.
St. David’s Episcopal Church Laby-rinth is open, Sunday,
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,
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.
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 email@example.com.
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-
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.
MCGOPA, Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists is501c3 non-profit organization. The
“Spring Show: New Work” Show wil
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,
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,
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.
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,
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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