Celebration of Black Writing Festival
Art Sanctuary’s Celebration of Black
Writingproudly honors world-re-nowned poet Nikki Giovanni onFriday,
at 6:00 p.m. at theChurch of the Advocate, 18th andDiamond Streets. Special Perfor-mance bythe Original FreedomSingers. On Saturday,
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
Holiday Dance Party and Social will
be held on Sunday,
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!
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,
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
pening on Tuesday,
June 1, 2010
at 7:30 p.m. at Milkboy in Bryn Mawr.
Kelleher Associates LLC (www.kelle-herllc.com) presents the June Execu
-Net Networking Meeting: The New World of Executive Search.Led by 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,
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.
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,
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diabetes TechSupport Group
The next meeting of Diabetes Tech(formerly the Insulin Pump club of Greater Philadelphia) will be Wed.,
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.
The next Haverford Avenue Busi-ness Association Meeting (HABA)is Thursday,
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.
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 email@example.com or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
“Golf Clinic for Women Only”
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
NarBark Dog Parade
The third annual NarBark DogParade is on Friday,
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,
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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