Tot Shabbat andFamily Services
at 6:00 p.m. there will be a Lively Tot Shabbat service with Rabbi Peter Rigler, Menschy Monkey and newcomers Mitzy the
Mitzvah Giraffe and Rachel Thomasat Temple Sholom in Broomall. The
service is followed by a 6:30 Pot
Luck dinner. Reservations request-ed.
At 7:30 p.m. will be a Family
Shabbat service lead by Rabbi Peter
Rigler and Cantor Patrice Kaplan.
Temple Sholom in Broomall is located
at 55 N. Church Lane in Broomall,PA 19008. For info or to participatein the dinner, call Temple SholomOffice at 610-356-5165.
May Fair at LansdowneFriends School
Join Lansdowne Friends School from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday,
at the school, 110 N. Lansdowne
Avenue, Lansdowne, for an activeday of family fun during the annu-
al celebration of spring with a may
pole, great food, live music, vendors
(including handcrafted and col-lectible items), moonbounce, facepainting, games, crafts, and more
activities for children! For info call
610-623-2548. Ample free on-street
parking is available.
Attic Treasures Sale
Adath Israel will hold its first An-nual “New to You” sale on Sunday,
from 10-1. Purchase quality
secondhand items at amazing prices.
Adath Israel is located at 250 North
Highland Avenue in Merion Station,
PA 19066 (at the intersection of
Old Lancaster Avenue and Highland Avenue). For info call 610-934-1920.
Meet, Pat &Milk a Goat!
In celebration of Shavuot (when itis traditional to eat dairy foods)
Germantown Jewish Centre’s women’s
Club invites children and adults of all ages to this hands-on program.Participants will have the opportu-nity to meet, pat and milk Nubian
goats. And then taste the milk, whe
y and cheese they make. This cele-bration will take place on Sunday,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in
the Germantown Jewish Centre park
-ing lot (event is weather permit-
ting). This event will be held at Ger-
mantown Jewish Centre, 400 West
Ellet Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119,
and is free to the public. For infor-mation contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
Volunteer Opportunity with JFCS:Brith Sholom House Gardening onSunday,
May 16, 2010,
1:30 - 4:30
p.m. Brith Sholom House, an apart
ment building for seniors, 3939 Con-
shohocken Avenue, near City Ave.Gardeners get your gloves andspades ready. Brith Sholom House,an apartment building for seniors would like to have a group of vol-unteers to help spruce up their garden. This is a very flexible vol-unteer assignment and you couldinvite your friends and family tohelp. Enjoy the spring weather andhelp brighten the environment for our seniors. For information con-tact Lisa at 267-256-2082 or EmailLTischler@jfcsphilly.org.
NAMI PA, Main Line will host the
next Main Line NAMI Forum: “Ask
the Experts: Advice on Mental Ill-ness, Treatment and Recovery”onSun.,
at 2 p.m.Attendeescan ask Steve Siegal, psychiatrist,and Monnica Williams, psycholo-gist, questions about mental ill-ness, treatment, and recovery.Both Drs. Siegel and Williams areaffiliated with the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Psychiatry Department.Come with
your questions or just to listen to
the discussion.Light refreshments
will be served.This event isfreeand open to the public and will be
held at Ardmore Presbyterian Church,
5 W. Montgomery Ave. (at Mill Creek Rd.), in Ardmore.Call 267-251-6240
at 7 p.m., come
snuggle up with your child at a
special Pajama Storytime to be held
at the Haverford Township FreeLibrary. The library will be hosting
a musical guest from MAKIN’ MUSIC
(www.makinmusic.com) to treatadults and children alike to a
memorable hour of fun. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Hav
-ertown, PA. For information, call610-446-3082, or visit www.haver-fordlibrary.org.
Evening of Learning
at 9 p.m. jointhe Germantown Jewish Centrefor an evening of learning inspiredby the Coen brother’s film, “A Seri-ous Man.” Text study and discus-sion led by Dr. Elsie Stern, Recon-
structionist Rabbinical College, and
Rabbis Leonard Gordon and AdamZeff. For info contact email@example.com or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
“Celebrate Artsand Aging”
The Rotunda showcases outstand-ing exhibits of senior artwork for the “Celebrate Arts and Aging” fes-tival presented in May by Philadel-phia Corporation for Aging (PCA)in collaboration with Phillyfun-guide.com. A special meet-the-art-ists reception will take place at theRotunda, located at 4014 Walnut
Street in West Philadelphia, on Tues-
from 2 to 4 p.m. Theexhibit runs
through May 28.
Artwork can only be seen duringscheduled events. For information: www.therotunda.org. For informa-tion on all “Celebrate Arts and Ag-ing” exhibits and events, visit www.phillyfunguide.com, or callthe PCA Helpline at 215-765-9040.
PHS Young FriendsOpen House
PHS Young Friends, a vibrant group
of adults age 40 and under whoshare a common interest in green-ing and the positive impact it hason the Philadelphia region, will beholding an Open House on Wed.,
from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.at the Pennsylvania Horticultural
Society, 100 N. 20th Street, 1st floor.
Meet President-Elect Drew Becher,
learn about volunteer and social
opportunities in parks and gardens,
and get involved in projects tha
make Philadelphia a greener place.
Food and drinks served. RSVP:
firstname.lastname@example.org. For info
at 7 p.m.,
the Haverford Township Free Library
will host a local author. JoyceMagnin, who wrote “The Prayersof Agnes Sparrow,” will be at thelibrary for a book talk and signing.Magnin’s book tells the story of anunusual woman, Agnes Sparrow.“The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow” was named among the top 5 Chris-tian Fiction novels of 2009. Visi
The library is located at 1601 Darby
Road. For info, contact ChristineFaris at 610-446-3082 ext. 211, o visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
Professor Roger Lane will speaabout “Franklin Delano Rooseveland the Paradox of Leadership” aTemple Sholom in Broomall onThursday evening,
at 7:30p.m. He will examine how FDR,despite his undistinguished back-
ground as a student and as a lawyer,
rose to international prominence.Temple Sholom is located at 55 N.Church Lane in Broomall, and isopen to the public without charge.
The building is handicapped acces
sible. For directions and info calTemple Sholom in Broomall at 610-356-5165.
All Aboard for Chadds Ford
The Chadds Ford Historical Society
opens its newest exhibit “Al Aboard for Chadds Ford” on Friday,
May 21, 2010,
from 5:30 p.m. to8:00 p.m. at the Barn Visitor Cen-ter. This wonderful new exhibi will take a look at the railroads
which served the area – the Octoraro
branch of the Pennsylvania Rail-road and the Wilmington & North-ern Railroad as well as the Wes
Chester Street Railway which serve
Lenape Park. In conjunction withthe exhibit the Society is planningan excursion on the #4662, a gas-
electric powered “Doodlebug” which
ran on the Octoraro Line and isnow owned by the Wilmington Western Railway. This exhibit isopen to the public and will contin-
ue until December 2010. The CFHS
is located on at 1736 Creek Road inhistoric Chadds Ford. For info, cal610-388-7376, email info@chadds-
fordhistory.org or visit www.chadds
-fordhistory.org. Office hours areMonday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2p.m.
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