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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 37, May 26 - June 1, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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B
ound by friendship and respect
for one another’s art, four Phila
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delphia artists got together some
six years back with a mission to
“get the art out there” through
group exhibits in off-beat places
such as cafes, restaurants and bars, as wellas the more traditional venues of galleriesand museums. At the beginning, they calledthemselves Quattro Amici (Four Friends).Fortunately, they didn’t invest a lot in busi-ness
cards or letterhead, as their idea caught
on and the number of participating artistsnow far exceeds thefounding four.So it is that the up-coming exhibit “TwentyFour Eyes,” opening
May 28
in the VillanovaUniversity Art Gallery,is presented by QuattroAmici Plus. The wide-ranging exhibit will fea-
ture the work of 12 noted
Delaware Valley artists.An artists’ reception
will take place on Wednes-
day,
June 2,
from 5 to 7
p.m. in the gallery, locat-edin the Connelly Centeron the Villanova campus.The reception is free and
open to the public. Re-
freshments will be served.
The exhibit will contin-ue to Tuesday,
June 29.
The exhibit comprisesthe selected output ofhonored and widely ex-hibited artists workingin a broad array of sub-ject matter, media, andstyle.Ranging from realismto abstraction, in twoand three dimensionalart, the show featuresworks in oils, acrylics,
watercolor, ink and stain
on paper, collage, com-
puter-generated imagery,fine art photography, illustrations, sculpture,
and wood.
Artists are: Nancy Barch of Clifton Heights,
PA (painting); John Benigno of Wynnewood,
PA (fine arts photography); Jo Anne Bono
of Norristown, PA (collage, watercolor, sculpt-ing
 ); Samuel Fritch of Oreland, PA (fine artsphotography, graphic design); George H.
Fuller of Collingswood, NJ (sculpture, wood
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work); Anders Hansen of Pittman, NJ, (water
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color); Bob Jackson of Haddonfield, NJ (mix-
ed media); Catherine ‘Kit’ Mitchell of Phila-
By MarcyShoemaker, PsyD
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there come
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our lives when a new
birthday is no long-er a time of antici-pation followed bycelebration but a
well-kept secret only
known by our doc-tor and eventuallythe Social SecurityAdministration?What is the magicage when this tran-
sition occurs? It maybe different for each
individual, vary bygender and culture,and occur at differ-entstages of ourlives.
Some people blame
this “age issue” on
societal factors that
revere youth. Others
blame cultures thatdevalue the older
members of our soci-ety
by not including them in decision-making and key fami-ly roles. Whatever the reason, it is time for our society torecognize the many positive aspects of aging and acknowl-edge the fact that “AGE IS JUST A NUMBER.” Following aresome steps we can all take to help reshape society’s views
on aging and lead healthier, more fulfilling lives in our senior
years.
Rediscover your raison d’être
All people need a reason to get up in the morning and some-thing
to look forward to when they close their eyes at night.
Unfortunately, many seniors lose what the French refer toas “raison d’être” (reason for being) and often become de-
pressed as a result. Returning to work part-time, volunteer-
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Be open to change
We live in a society that inundates us with ads for cosmet-
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of the week, and diets that guarantee results. If you or aloved one wants to try one of the latest fads or adopt a
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“Dying Bird,” painted wood sculpture, by George H. Fuller will beon display at Villanova Art Gallery. Marcy Shoemaker, PsyD, is a psychologist at the Madlyn and  Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life in Horsham Township, Montgomery County, Pa.
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n keeping with the Cemetery’s long tradition of honor-ing our veterans, West Laurel Hill’s annual ceremony of
recognition and remembrance was celebrated on a recent
Sunday afternoon. Honorees marched beneath a laddercross and Senator Daylin Leach joined us a guest speaker.
A rifle salute and laying of wreaths together with the sound
of a lone bugler playing Taps and the release of twenty-onewhite doves was a touching tribute before our monumentdedicated to members of the military and first responders.Established in 1869, Historic West Laurel Hill Cemetery isa family-owned, non-profit, non-denominational cemetery,a 187-acre arboretum and an outdoor sculpture gardenrich in cultural and social history. Bringhurst and TurnerFuneral Homes are located on the grounds of West LaurelHill Cemetery, 225 Belmont Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA. Call610-664-1591 for information.
 Members of Marine Corps League Detachment #309 (TunTavern) at West Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Annual Armed ForcesWeekend Tribute.
West Laurel Hill Cemetery Honors Veterans and First Responders
 
Celebration of Black  Writing Festival
 Art Sanctuary’s Celebration of Black 
 Writingproudly honors world-re-nowned poet Nikki Giovanni onFriday,
May 28
at 6:00 p.m. at theChurch of the Advocate, 18th andDiamond Streets. Special Perfor-mance bythe Original FreedomSingers. On Saturday,
May 29,
don’t miss the all-day literary festi- val from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Broad
Street &Cecil B. Moore Avenue on
Temple’s campus, featuring 40 writers in workshops, panels, and
performances.Special family pavil-ion
for kids and teens. For info call
215-232-4485 or online visit www.art
-sanctuary.org. Vending opportuni-ties are available.
Bryn Mawr TwilightConcerts
Join on Saturday,
May 29 andevery Saturday through August7
at the Bryn Mawr Twilight Con-
certs. Held at the Bryn Mawr Gazebo
(next to Ludington Library), thisseries features an eclectic mix of local and national artists. Bring a(healthy) picnic and spend anevening under the stars. Visit
 www.brynmawrtwilightconcerts.com
for information.
Singles’ Mingle
Holiday Dance Party and Social will
be held on Sunday,
May 30,
2010
at Kildare’s, 826 Dekalb Pike,
Kingof Prussia, from 8:00 p.m. to Mid-night. $15 admission with all $10before 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by Pro-
fessional and Business Singles Net-
 work. For info call 1-610-348-
5544or www.PBSNinfo.com. PBSN’s
DJDan will be spinning dance hitsfrom the 60’s to present for the 40to 65 age group. Cash bar. Casualsummer attire. No reservationsrequired – just drop in. All singles welcome!
Fitness Classes
Performance Fitness has 2 waysfor you to kick off the unofficialstart of summer. Memorial Day Co-ed Boot Camp – Come to All SaintsChurch, Wynnewood on Monday,
May 31
from 9 - 10 a.m. for the2nd Annual Memorial Day Co-edBoot Camp. This is a great way toundo some of the damage from a
 weekend full of cookouts. The class
is open to males and females andis free to all current clients, $10 for single guests, $15 per couple and$20 per family (three or more). Goto www.performancefitnessllc.comto register.
First Person Open Mic
Open call for writers/readers and areceptive audience. All are wel-come to share up to ten minutes of personal narrative/creative non-fiction/memoir writing work. Writ-ers of all ages and levels of experi-ence are encouraged to bring in
 your stories – prose or poetry. This isa first Tuesday monthly event
hap-
pening on Tuesday,
 June 1, 2010
at 7:30 p.m. at Milkboy in Bryn Mawr.
ExecuNet NetworkingMeeting
Kelleher Associates LLC (www.kelle-herllc.com) presents the June Execu
-Net Networking Meeting: The New  World of Executive Search.Led b Alan J. Kaplan, President and CEOof Kaplan & Associates, the meet-ing will explore employment and
demographic trends shaping today’sexecutive talent landscape, the new 
 world of executive search after thegreat recession and how to build
search firm relationships.The meet
-ing will take place on Wednesday,
 June 2
at The Union League of Philadelphia.Networking beginsat 7:15 a.m., with the presentationat 8:00 a.m.Following the Execu-
Net Networking Meeting, there will
be a Senior Roundtable discussionfor pre-qualified C-level execu-
tives.For info and registration
details, call 610-293-1115, or visithttp://www.kelleherllc.com/net- working-opportunities/execunet-monthly-networking-meet-ings.html.
Diabetes Seminar 
On Wednesday,
 June 2
from 12noon to 1:30 p.m., IntegratedDiabetes Services will host a freeeducational seminar for users of Continuous Glucose Monitoringequipment.The program is de-signed to guide CGM users in opti-mal decision-making and adjust-ments based on CGM data.Feelfree to bring lunch (or pick some-thing up at one of the restaurants
downstairs). Space for this program
is limited.For info or to register,call 877-735-3648.
 Arbel Chorale Concert
 Arbel Chorale, Philadelphia’s orig-inal Independent Jewish Choir, is
holding its spring concert, “Pic-tures
of Israel,” on Wednesday,
 June 2,
at 7:30 p.m. at the EthicalSociety, 1906 Rittenhouse Square,Philadelphia, PA. Tickets are $15($10 for students and seniors).For info, call Naomi at 215-592-4756 or e-mail to info@arbel.org.
Diabetes TechSupport Group
The next meeting of Diabetes Tech(formerly the Insulin Pump club of Greater Philadelphia) will be Wed.,
 June 2,
at 7:30 p.m., at IntegratedDiabetes Services, 333 E. Lan-caster Avenue., Suite 204, Wynne- wood, PA. This is a free programopen to anyone with diabetes (par-ticularly those on intensive insulintherapy), along with family and
friends.Refreshments will be served.
For info call610-642-6055.
Business AssociationMeeting
The next Haverford Avenue Busi-ness Association Meeting (HABA)is Thursday,
 June 3,
8:30 a.m. at
7571 Haverford Avenue, lower level.
This is an open meeting and all
Haverford Avenue commercial offices
and stores are welcome to attend.
Israeli Dancing
On Sundays, from 10 a.m. - 12:30
p.m., the Germantown Jewish Cen
-tre Israeli dance group meets vir-tually ever Sunday morning from
September to mid June. The reper 
-toire consists mainly of intermedi-ate dances, though the group usu-
ally begins with easier, older dances.
There is an emphasis on instruc-tion and review in the earlier par of the session. It’s an informal,
friendly group, and always welcome
new dancers! $5 per session. Foinfo contact program@german-townjewishcentre.org or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
“Golf Clinic for  Women Only”
On Friday,
 June 4,
the Women’s
Referral Network of Chester County 
(WRN) and the Eric MacCluen Golf  Academy will present a “Golf Clinicfor Women Only” at Honey BrooGolf Course, 1422 Cambridge Rd.in Honey Brook. The clinic wilcater to beginner, novice and progolfers, with specific attentiongiven to women who would like totry golf for the first time. The even will run from 3:00 to 7:15 p.m. The$100 cost per golfer will includeinstruction on short game and fulswing, and on-course instruction.Pre-registration and pre-paymenis required for this special event,and is due by June 1. Intereste
 women may download the form an
payment info at www.wrnchesco.com
.For info, contact Niedziejko at 610-696-1001 or bniedziejko@fulton-bank.com.
NarBark Dog Parade
The third annual NarBark DogParade is on Friday,
 June 4,
fro6 - 8 p.m. Pre-register at Spots oSweet Mabel, and dress your dogin its finest parade costume. There will be food, music, prizes for cos-tumes, a pet photographer, and pe vendors with free samples. All pro-ceeds from the NarBark raffle athe event will go to ARF SEPA, thelocal animal rescue foundation. Visit www.narberthonline.com foinformation.
First Friday Flick 
The Library’s ever popular FirsFriday Flick will be held on Friday,
 June 4
at 7 p.m. This month the
library will be featuring the recently 
released DVD“It’s Complicated.”Two-time Academy AwardwinneMeryl Streep, as well as populastars Steve Martin and Alec Bald- win are featured in this hilarious
look at marriage, divorce and every 
thing in between. This program isfree and all are invited to attend.Light refreshments will be serve
but feel free to bring your own snacks
beverages as well. The library islocated at 1601 Darby Road. Foinformation, call610-446-3082, o visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
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International Ballet Classique of Media is presenting its 2010“Celebration Dinner,” Saturday,
June 5
in the Media CommunityCenter, 301 N. Jackson Street, Media. The theme of this year’sdinner is a festive celebration of the Bolshoi traditions in classi-cal ballet. Included in the program will be special recognition tothe many students who have studied and performed during the
past year under the guidance of International Ballet Classique. The
celebration will begin with a reception at 4 p.m., and features a
sumptuous Italian dinner, a silent auction, and a musical program.
All are invited to meet this year’s many dedicated dancers. Pro-ceeds from the evening will support the artistic mission of Inter-national Ballet Classique. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 forchildren. For information and reservations call 610-459-9221.
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“Annual Spring Juried Show 2010”
The “Annual Spring Juried Show 2010” runs
May 28 through June 26,2010.
The juror is Ron Wyffels, Master Printer of lithographs, Teacher of printmaking and drawing at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.The Artists’ Reception will be Saturday,
 June 5
from 5 - 7 p.m. Bringfamily and friends. This is free. For weather related changes visithttp://www.mcgopa.org. MCGOPA is open daily with a representative pre-sent: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays & Fridays. MCGOPA is located in the SPPGalleries in the Philadelphia Inquirer Building, on Routes 23 and 320,1.5 miles from Route 76’s Conshohocken exit just after Route 320. For info call 610-803-3248 (Maria Solomon is Gallery Director) or visithttp://www.mcgopa.org.
“Black Pearl Sings!”
InterAct’s production of “Black Pearl Sings!” runs for 29 performances,
May 28 - June 27, 2010,
on InterAct’s home on the Mainstage of TheAdrienne, 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA. Preview performanceswill be
May 28, 29, 30 & June 1.
Opening Night will be on Wednesday,
June 2
at 7:00 p.m. Performances during InterAct Theatre Company’s2009/2010 Season are Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.,Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday matineesat 2:00 p.m. New this season, InterAct will also offer a Saturday matineepreview performance on the first Saturday of each run. The Saturday matinee for “Black Pearl Sings!” will be held on
May 29
at 2:00 p.m.Tickets may be purchased by calling InterAct’s box office at 215-568-8079, visiting www.InterActTheatre.org or by dropping by InterAct’soffices at The Adrienne, 2030 Sansom St., Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia/Washington DC Exchange
Anne-Marie Mulgrew and Dancers Company (AMM & DCO) and Human
Landscape Dance will present The Philadelphia/Washington DC Exchange
featuring two companies, two visions and two cities. The Philadelphiaperformance will take place
May 29, 2010,
at 7:30 p.m.,
and May 30,2010,
at 3 p.m., at Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, Philadel-
phia. The program includes works choreographed by the two artistic direc
-ors Anne-Marie Mulgrew (ANN & DCO) and Malcolm Shute (HLD). For information and tickets call 215-925-9914.
Cleopatra Premiere
The World Premiere of “Cleopatra, The Search for The Last Queen of Egypt,”
presented by The Franklin Institute, will be held
 June 3, 2010,
at TheFranklin Institute, 222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, at 6 p.m. Theevent features an upscale buffet dinner, dancing and dessert. Proceeds
of the World Premiere Exhibit Opening will benefit The Franklin Institute.
For information on attending call 215-448-1157.
Cooking Demo & Tasting
World renowned chef Jean-Marie Lacroix, a leader in the Philadelphiaculinary scene for over two decades, will join the National ConstitutionCenter for “Gusti d’Italia,” a cooking demonstration and small plate tast-ing of Italian cuisine, on Thursday,
 June 3, 2010
from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30p.m. Prior to the tasting, guests can enjoy a wine and cheese reception
and an exclusive tour of the Center’s world debut “Ancient Rome & America”
exhibition at 5:30 p.m. “Gusti d’Italia” is $79 for Constitution Center members and $99 for non-members. Reservations are required and canbe made by calling 215-409-6700. A complete menu and wine list is avail-able at www.constitutioncenter.org.
 Voices of Summer Gala
The Voice Foundation is presenting its Voices of Summer Gala
 June 4,2010,
at The Westin Philadelphia, 99 South 17th Street, Philadelphia, at6 p.m. The Gala will honor Richard Homan, M.D., (Dean and Senior VicePresident for Health Affairs) Drexel University of Medicine; Peter Nero,(American Pianist and Philadelphia Pops Conductor) and Paul Plishra
(Metropolitan Opera Star). The Voice Foundation is the world’s oldest andleading organization dedicated to voice medicine, science and education.
For information call 215-735-7999.
 Annual Roundup
Children’s Crisis Treatment Center is presenting its 11th AnnualRoundup
 June 4, 2010,
at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 MarketStreet, beginning at 7 p.m. The evening features an exclusive silentauction, and entertainment by Dreamtime. Guests can even take a wildride on a mechanical bull. Proceeds from the Annual Roundup allow Children’s Crisis Treatment Center to treat over 2,100 children each year 
and make a difference in their lives. For info call 215-496-0707, ext. 1162.
 James M. Moran, Jr. Critical Care Center Open House
The new James M. Moran, Jr. Critical Care Center will be celebrated atan open house for the public on Saturday,
 June 5
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Center, the newest facility on the New Bolton Center Kennett Square,
PA campus of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine, sets the bar in large animal veterinary care and biosecurity.The facility was provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and pri- vate donors including Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran (Betty Moran) of Paoli, PA.Named in honor of Moran’s son who was a close friend to Penn Vet andin recognition of his passion for the breeding and racing of thorough-bred horses, the Center is a state-of-the art facility. The 18,540 squarefoot facility is the largest clinical addition to the George D. Widener Hospital for Large Animals since the completion of the C. Mahlon Kline
Orthopedic Center in 1972. Construction began October 2008. The JamesM. Moran, Jr. Critical Care Center is located on the campus of New Bolton
Center at 382 West State Street in Kennett Square, PA 19348.
The Big Sale
The Friends of the Radnor Library are presenting The Big Sale Saturday,
 June 5,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday,
 June 6, 2010,
1 to 5 p.m. Pro-ceeds from The Big Sale will help in library materials and programs. TheRadnor Memorial Library is located at 114 West Wayne Avenue, Radnor.For information call 610-687-1124.
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or a truly enchanted evening at the Arboretum, mark your
calendar for Friday,
June 11, 2010
at 6 p.m. Join friends,neighbors, and colleagues for an evening in the Rose Garden
at the annual “Moonlight & Roses” fundraising gala. Funds
raised from the event will support the Summer Concert Ser-ies. The Summer Concert Series is an established event on
many music and garden lovers’ calendars and returns thissummer for four Thursday night concerts, 2 in July and 2in August.
This year the honorees are Peter and Bonnie McCausland.
Both Peter and Bonnie have dedicated years of service tothe Arboretum as former members of the Advisory Board
of Directors, as current members of the Directors’ Guild, as
donors and as friends of the Arboretum.“Moonlight & Roses” gala starts at 6 p.m. with cocktailsand an expanded hors d’oeuvre buffet for guests in therenowned Rose Garden, followed by dinner. New this year,
there will be an option to dine in a buffet style setting in the
Rose Tent or plated dinner service in the Moonlight Tent.
Reservations are required and space is very limited. Oppor
-tunities are also available to sponsor a table(s). For infor-mation or to request an invitation, contact Tari Carlson at215-247-5777 ext. 161. For information, visit www.morrisar-boretum.org.
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