Footlighters Theater presents the audience participation melodrama“You Have the Right to Remain Dead” by Pat Cook. Show dates are
June4, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19
at 8 p.m. and
June 6 and 13
at 2 p.m. Foot-lighters is located at 58 Main Avenue, Berwyn, PA 19312. For informa-tion
and reservations call 610-296-9245 or visit www.Footlighters-Theater.com.
Ronald McDonald House Golf Fundraiser
Ronald McDonald House Golf Fund
del-phia Country Club, Gladwyne, PA, will award $100,000 for Holes In One!
Open to the public, other activities includes tennis, cards, games. Sandiand Max Paul of Ardmore Toyota will give one $50,000 prize for a Hole inOne, and Danielle and Louis Barson of Hymie’s Deli will give another $50,000 Hole in One prize. Guests can participate in the area’s only heli-copter ball drop where one winner receives $10,000. Find info online at
www.philarmh.org or email Annemarie Cutler at email@example.com.
National Constitution Center Program
Rajiv Chandrasekaran, “Washington Post” journalist and author of “Im-
perial Life in the Emerald City;” Charles Maier, author of “Among Empires”
and Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History at Harvard University; andTimothy Parsons, author of “The Rule of Empires” and Professor of African History at Washington University, will join the National Consti-tution Center to address the evolution of empires, in conjunction with
the Center’s “Ancient Rome & America” exhibition. Dane Kennedy, Elmer
Louis Kayser Professor of History and International Affairs at The George
Washington University, moderates. The program will take place on Mon-day,
June 7, 2010
at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free, but reservations areequired and can be made by calling 215-409-6700.
Taste of Summer
June 8, 2010,
Girard College in Philadelphia will host Taste
of Summer, a fundraising event to support Girard College and its ESFDream Camp program. The Taste of Summer will take place from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. at Girard College’s prestigious Founder’s Hall, 2101 South Col-lege Avenue. Individual tickets are $100 per person. To purchase tickets,contact Susan Norcross at Cashman & Associates at 215-627-1060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Jeptha Abbott Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution is pre
-enting a Luncheon at the Philadelphia Country Club, Gladwyne,
at 11:30 a.m. The Luncheon is in honor of the retiring Boardnd for the installation of new officers. The guest speaker will be Dr.
Bruce Cole, President and CEO, The American Revolution Center at Valley
Forge, the first national institution devoted to exploring the history andcontinuing impact of the American Revolution. For information callAmanda Muckle at 610-525-6040.
Romeo & Juliet Auction
The Pennsylvania Ballet is presenting its Romeo & Juliet Auction,
at the Academy of Music, Broad and Locust Streets, Philadel-
phia, at 6 p.m. The evening begins with a silent auction in the Academy’s
newly refurbished ballroom. Guests will then have dinner on the Academy
of Music Stage, with the dancers, followed by a live auction. Proceeds of the Romeo & Juliet Auction will benefit The Pennsylvania Ballet. For information call 215-587-6916.
Go Red for Women
Our Hearts, Our Choice, is the theme of the Go Red for Women Luncheon
& Health Expo that will be held
June 11, 2010,
at the Philadelphia Mar-riott Downtown, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Guests will hear survivor stories and listen to expert advice in the commitment to fight the No. 1killer of women. The luncheon will honor Rosemary Turner, UPS, with
the presentation of Women of Heart Award. Proceeds of Go Red for Women
will benefit the American Heart Association. For info call 215-575-5226.
Arden Theatre Company’s Granfalloon 2010
Arden Theatre Company’s Granfalloon is slated for Friday,
June 11, 2010
at the Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. The biannualfundraising gala will honor N. Peter Hamilton, a longtime Arden BoardMember and devoted supporter of Arden Children’s Theatre and Educa-tion programming.The dinner portion of the evening is sold out, buttickets are available to the reception in the Winter Garden for $150.Information and tickets are available at ardentheatre.org/granfalloon.
“The Illusion of Inclusion” Free PanelDiscussion
(time T.B.D.), The African American Museum inPhiladelphia will host “The Illusion of Inclusion,” a free panel discus-sion exploring the American tradition of marginalizing and exploitingmembers of racial and ethnic minority groups, based on the salientcharacteristics of their cultures, and their differences from the domi-nant culture. Since before the time of heavily exploited legends such as“Blind” Tom Wiggins, America’s minorities have often been perceivedand portrayed as exotic or “other,” with individuals often relegated tothe status of objects which are to be viewed, observed, and displayed,
rather than as whole human beings. This Community Conversation event
will provide a forum for discussing the various faces and intentions of
the perpetrators and victims of this traditional ostracism and forced exoti-
cism. Presenters and participants will explore the negative consequences
suffered by both groups when the ideas of cross-cultural exploration andinclusion are confused by bias and prejudice, both unintentional and
deliberate. “The Illusion of Inclusion” will be held at The African American
Museum, 701 Arch Street, Philadelphia. For info visit www.InterAct-Theatre.org.
A Royal Garden Party
In Celebration of the Eighty Fourth Birthday and the Fifty-Eighth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Philadelphia branch of The English Speaking Union is presenting “A Royal Garden Party,”
at 4 p.m. The party will be held at the home of Ann Dupuis
Hozack “Ballygarth” in Philadelphia. The celebration features a hat com-
petition and silent auction. Proceeds from the Royal Garden Party will
benefit The Philadelphia Branch of The English Speaking Union. For info
Elwyn’s Annual Beef & Beer Fundraiser
Elwyn’s Adult Residential Behavioral Health Ser- vices’ (ARBHS) will hold its annual fundraiser at Maggie O’Neill’s, 1062Pontiac Rd., in Drexel Hill. The event, sponsored by Staffing Plus, Inc.
and Quality Care Options, is open to the public and will feature door prizes,
a silent auction, raffles, and 50/50. The event runs from 4 to 8 p.m. $25,includes food, beer, wine and soft drinks. For info contact Tom Gallagher,610-565-1206.
TLLCCF Golf, Bridge & Games Classic
The Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation (TLLCCF) will hold itsannual fundraiser, the Golf, Bridge & Games Classic, on Monday,
at the Green Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill, PA. Tee off time is at 12:00 p.m. and Duplicate and Social Bridge begin at 12:45 p.m.The fee for golf is $275 and includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, gift,brunch, foursome photo, lunch on the course and reception. The fee for bridge is $75 and includes gift, brunch and snacks. All proceeds benefitchild care centers, teachers and programs. To register for the event or for information, visit www.TLLCCF.org or call 610-992-1140.
Great Chefs Event
The 5th annual Great Chefs event will be held
June 15, 2010,
from 6 to9 p.m., at Urban Outfitters, Inc. at its facility in the Navy Yard. The eventis hosted under the tutelage of Marc Vetri, Jeff Benjamin, Jeff Michaudand their Vetri Foundation for Children (VFFC). Chefs from across thenation will converge in Philadelphia to cook for childhood cancer cures,to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer. For
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