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City Suburban News, Year 26, No. 3, September 22 - September 28, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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s the kids head back to school, it’s agreat time for people of any age tolearn something new with Morris
Arboretum’s exciting fall lecture series. Join
other curious visitors at Morris Arboretum
for one or more of their monthly Wednesday
afternoon lectures and reception, and theArboretum promises—there won’t be a testat the end.The first of this three-part lecture series,“Connections Beyond Our Garden; Talks on
People, Plants and Place” begins on Wednes-
day,
October 13
with Jane G. Pepper, former
President, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society,as she discusses, “Traveling Through Scottish
Gardens.” During the past three decades,
Jane has led tours to gardens in France, Ger
-many, England, and Kenya. One of her favor-
ite places to visit is Scotland, where she wasraised. Jane will lead guests on the visit she
made last year in June when the roses andperennials were bursting with bloom. Most
of the gardens in this presentation are small
and personal, and in addition to the land-scapes, Jane G. Pepper will introduce atten-
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ive your
home a make-
over without
buying a thing!Tredyffrin PublicLibrary will host“Decorating on aDime” with DarlaDeMorrow, a freepublic workshopon Thursday,
Sep-tember 30,
at 7:30
p.m. at the library,
located at 582 Up-per Gulph Road in
Strafford. DeMorrow
will teach partici-pants to use whatthey already haveto make dramaticchanges to anyroom. Learn how
to pick colors, plan
a room design,place furniture,hang artwork, andposition lightingand accessories.Before and afterexamples of reallocal homes willbe the inspirationfor thrifty ways toupdate a home.“Home design is
a very hot topic, and
Darla DeMorrowof HeartWork Organizing can make anyone feel confidentenough to ‘try this at home,’” said Gretchen Chamberlin,assistant director of the Tredyffrin Public Library. “Eventhose who don’t have a budget can decorate using thingsthey already have. I love HGTV’s design shows, and the
opportunity to learn how to makeover one’s own home froma local expert like Darla is very exciting.”Participants cancome early and bring photos of their own
space for ideasspecific to their situation.HeartWork Organizing in Wayne provides professional
organizing, real estate staging, and interior redesign services
to clients in the Greater Philadelphia area and the nation.Find information at www.HeartWorkOrg.com.Sign up early for this popular library program by callingTredyffrin Public Library at 610-688-7092, extension 206 oremail Gretchen Chamberlin at gchambelin@ccls.org. Forinformation, visit www.tredyffrinlibraries.org.
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Tredyffrin Public Library will host “Decorating on a Dime” with Darla DeMorrow, a free public workshop onThursday,
 September 30,
at 7:30 p.m. Next up at Saint Joseph’s University Gallery is an exhibit of Jay McClellan’s paintings of hisdogs, Tip, Honey and Lucky. Painted in brightly colored domestic scenes, it is clear from hiswork that the dogs are an important part of his life. Shown is detail of Jay McClellan’s paint- ing, “Stephanie, Tip, Honey and Drew,” 96" by 84". Morris Arboretum is offering an exciting newfall lecture series, “Connections Beyond Our Garden; Talks on People, Plants and Place.” The first of three lectures will be led by Jane
G. Pepper who will discuss, “Traveling Through
 Scottish Gardens.” Pictured here is Fairnilee House, Melrose, one of the gardens in this presentation and a favorite of Pepper’s.
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hile scientists are divided on whether or not animals feel emotions,painter Jay McClellan is certain they do. A collection of his paintings –“Recent Works” – that features his three dogs will be exhibited at SaintJoseph’s University Gallery,
October 4 - 29.
An artist’s reception willbe held Thursday,
October 7,
from 6 - 8 p.m. The Gallery will be closedOctober 18 - 19 for the University’s Fall Break.
McClellan says that his everyday interactions with his dogs inspire his work. “Tip, Honey
and Lucky are three different individuals with their own habits, thoughts and distinct
personalities,” he says. “I have an unspoken understanding with my dogs, and I [also] see
in them a big reflection of myself.”“The sheer immensity of McClellan’s paintings make his dogs come to life,” says JeanneBracy, SJU Gallery coordinator. “The eye-catching backgrounds express the vibrant per-sonalities of these seemingly unremarkable dogs.”
The canvases prominently feature the dogs and their luminous, steady gazes in domestic
spaces. “It is truly color and pattern that drive the work,” McClellan says, “ but the dogs’personalities influence everything [in the paintings] from composition to color choices.”A graphic artist originally from Little Rock, Ark., McClellan moved to Philadelphia to
attend the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where he earned his M.F.A. in drawing/
painting. He currently teaches at area art centers.The Saint Joseph’s University Gallery is located in Boland Hall on Lapsley Lane, off ofCity Avenue, between 54th Street & Cardinal Avenue in Lower Merion. Hours are Monday
through Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. For information, call 610-660-1840, or visit www.sju.edu/gallery.
See 
Morris Arboretum Lecture Series 
on page 10 
 
Purposeful LifePlanning Workshop
For individuals in their 40s, 50s,60s and 70s, the Purposeful LifePlanning for Boomers workshop at Widener University’s Osher Life-
long Learning Institute, 825 Spring-
dale Dr. in Exton, PA, will addressfinding purpose, navigating healthcare and making the most of your finances. The day-long session onSaturday,
September 25
from8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. will include var-ious panels, including one featur-ing speakers who have won ThePurpose Prize, a $100,000 awardfor people over 60 who are solvingtough social problems in their en-core careers. Cost is $40 and in-cludes lunch. Find a full scheduleof the day’s events and register at www.widenerconferences.com.Call 610-499-4370 for information.
“Dear Fleisher, 4x6Inches of Art”
More than 400 acclaimed artists
from Philadelphia and beyond havedonated over 600 original postcard-
sized artworks to be sold for $50each at the fourth edition of “Dear Fleisher, 4x6 Inches of Art.” Takingplace on Sunday,
September 26,
from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Fleisher Art
Memorial. “Dear Fleisher” is a bien-
nial contemporary art exhibition
and sale. All proceeds from the 2010
exhibition will support arts educa-
tion programs at Fleisher, a century-
old community art center in SouthPhiladelphia that provides arts
education for over 15,000 adults and
children annually. A suggested $5
donation to view the exhibit will in-
clude light refreshments. A list of 2010’s participating artists can beseen on the Fleisher Art Memor-ial’s website at www.fleisher.org.Tickets for the preview party on
September 24,
from 6 to 8 p.m.are $100 ($75 for Fleisher mem-bers), and include one complimen-tary raffle ticket. Guests will have
the opportunity to get a sneak peek 
– but not purchase – the artwork on display. Additional raffle ticketscan be purchased at the party. For 
tickets for the preview, contact Meg
 Wise at 215-022-3456 ext. 311 or mwise@fleisher.org.
Concert
On Sunday,
September 26,
at 3p.m. the 2010-11 Guest Artist Ser-ies presents “Two Worlds of ModalMusic: Songs of Love – Ragas of 
Longing” with Ken Zuckerman, sarod
and dhotar, Dominique Vellard,
tenor, and Anindo Chatterjee, tabla.
The concert will be held in Founders
Great Hall on the Haverford College
campus at 370 Lancaster Avenuein Haverford, PA. Tickets are $15(Gen’l); $12 (Sr); $8 (Students);
$5 (7-17). For program info and/or 
ticket reservation: 610-896-1011 or nmerriam@haverford.edu.
 Arboretum Tour 
Guided Tour: A Walk with the Curator 
 will be held on Sunday,
Septem-ber 26, 2010,
at 2:30 p.m., at
Swarthmore College – Scott Arbore
-tum. The tour departs from Arbore-
tum Offices in Cunningham House.
Join Curator Andrew Bunting for an in-depth look at the collections,gardens, and plant selections. He will discuss the most recent acces-sions acquired for the collections, why plants were removed from the
collections, as well as the latest gar-dendesigns at the Scott Arboretum.
The tour will begin at the Scott Arboretum offices and is free andopen to the public. In case of incle-ment weather, the tour will be can-celed.
For information, call the Scott
 Arboretum offices at 610-328-8025.
Solo Concert to Film
 Ars Nova Workshop presents a solo
concert by guitarist Marc Ribot, who
 will be presenting a live score toCharlie Chaplin’s 1921 film, “TheKid.” Ribot has composed piecesfor many films, including Martin
Scorsese’s “The Departed,” and has
 worked with Tom Waits and ElvisCostello. This event will be held at
International House (3701 Chestnut
Street) on Sunday,
September 26
at 8 p.m. General Admission is $15.
For info visit www.arsnovawork-shop.org or call 215-387-5125.
Sukkot Lunchand Learn
On Monday,
September 27 through
 Wednesday,
September 29,
from12 p.m. to 1 p.m. please bring adairy or parve lunch. Join RabbiGerber and Cantor Friedrich for  wonderful, educational opportuni-ties on Ohev Shalom’s Sukkah Ter-race in Wallingford, PA. ContactRabbi Gerber at 610-874-1465 or rabbi@ohev.net for information.
“Sukkah Fest” and
“Sushi under the Stars”
Chabad of the Main Line at the Gen-
eral Wayne Inn presents two excit-ing, not-to-be-missed events that will truly enhance your experience
of the Holidays of Sukkot and Simchat
Torah. The fifth annual Sukkot Party 
features the Ultimate BMX Show 
 with Wheels of Freestyle (you really 
don’t want to miss this!)—PLUS:
Hat Man Show interactive entertain
-ment for little people; BBQ; Inflat-
able Obstacle Course; Moon Bounce,
 Arts & Crafts; Sports with CoachKenny; Cotton Candy & more! Funfor the whole family! This thrilling“Sukkah-Fest” event is on Sunday,
September 26,
4 - 7 p.m. Admission:
$10 per person, $50/family.The seventh annual “Sushi under the Stars” will offer kosher sushi,l’chaims & nosh, and dancing withthe Torah. The Children’s Programbegins at 8:30 p.m. and every child
gets a prize! This Simchat Torah party 
is the culminating event of the Holi-
day season and promises to be ablissful, joyous and Spirit-filled
extravaganza. This event is Thursday,
September 30,
8:15 p.m., with Ser 
-
 vices at 6:30 p.m. There is no charge
for this event.
For info on these events or to make
a reservation, call 610-660-9900 or  visit www.chabadmainline.org.
Meet Author 
On Thursday,
September 30
at 7
p.m. at the Parkway Central Library,
Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine Street, join Drexel University scholar and popular fiction author,Paula Marantz Cohen as she asks“Is Henry James the New Jane
 Austen?” In Ms. Cohen’s latest book,
“What Jane Knew: A Curious Tale
of Henry James and Jack the Ripper,”
she tackles the greatest unsolve
crime of the Victorian era. Her pre vious
books include “Jane Austenin Scarsdale” and “Jane Austen inBoca.” Paula Marantz Cohen, Dis-tinguished Professor of English, isco-editor of the Journal of ModernLiterature and the host of DrexeInterviews. Cohen appears as par 
of a new series that partners Drexe
University scholars and the Free
Library of Philadelphia entitled, “Two
 Way Think.” Event is free. For info,call 215-686-5414.
Singles Dance
Professional and Business SinglesNetwork sponsors a dance Friday,
October 1,
at Edgmont Country 
Club, 5180 West Chester Pike, New 
-town Square 8 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is $15. PBSN’s DJ wil
be spinning Top 40 dance hits fro
the 60s to present for the 50 plus
age group. Proper Attire: jacket an
tie optional. Just drop in. Member-ship is not required. For info cal610-805-5827.
Kids Club Service
Congregation Beth Hamedrosh pre
sents Kids Club Simchat TorahService on Saturday,
October 2,2010,
at 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. a
Congregation Beth Hamedrosh, 200Haverford Road in Wynnewood, PA.
The program is for kids ages 4-10
and is run by Youth Directors Jona
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than and Becky Moses. Babysitting
available for children under 4 years. For info, call 610-642-6444or visit www.bethhamedrosh.org.
National Denim Day 
The Wellness Community of Phila-delphia, an affiliate of the CanceSupport Community, is urging itsparticipants and friends to join thenation in putting on their favoriteblue jeans on
October 8
as part of Lee National Denim Day. Fundsraised will benefit cancer educa-tion and support programs an
breast cancer research nationwide.
The 2010 Lee National Denim Day  Ambassador is actor Felicity Huff-man. Call TWCP at 215-879-7733for information, or visit twcp.org.
Book Group
Great Books Group meets at Ard
more Library, 108 Ardmore Avenue,
 Ardmore, alternate Wednesdays(except holidays,) 2 to 3:45 p.m.Free. For information call Ted a610-525-5267.
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Filmmaker Fran Reidel-berger takes you on amagnificent journey toour southern neighborMexicao. See the filmand in addition enjoy aFiesta dinner, too! Tick-
ets for “Colorful Mexico”film available at the door
for $12 GeographicalSociety members, $15non-members, and$7.50 students. FiestaDinner tickets must beordered in advance andare $25 Members and$28 non-members. Forinformation, visit www.geographicalsociety.org or call 610-649-5220. Program with filmmakers in person takes place at 2:00and 7:30 p.m., Fiesta Dinner is 5:00 - 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday,
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Help Make it Happen Mini Golf Benefit
he seventh annual “Help Make it Happen!” mini golf event benefitinghe Wellness Community of Philadelphia is being held on Friday,
Sep-ember 24, 2010
(rain date Friday, October 8th) from 4:30 p.m. - 7:00.m. at Tee’s Golf Center, 707 Conshohocken Road, Conshohocken, PA.here will be refreshments, prizes, and plenty of golf for kids and adults,ll “fore” the free programs at TWCP!Tickets are $25 per child and $35
er adult and may be purchased at the event. New this year will be a shot
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un start tournament; tickets are $50.Reservations are limited; call 215-
79-7733 or e-mail amitton@twcp.org for information.
Dinner & Program
he Independence Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators
ill host Anthony Greene, Certified Risk Manager and Certified Insuranceounselor of Jamison Risk Services on Wednesday,
September 29, 2010
t Plymouth Country Club, Plymouth Meeting, PA. Mr. Greene will pre-
ent “Managing Law Firms: The Cost of Risk Associated with E-Discovery,”
LM credits are available. CLE credits are pending. Cocktails will be at:30 p.m., dinner at 6:00 p.m. and the program at 6:30 p.m. Contact Lynnenitz (lsdenitz@ratnerprestia.com) at 610-993-4232 or Anne Paisley (apaisley@utbf.com) at 610-692-1371 for details and registration info.
Form in Art
ills Eye Institute is presenting the 22nd Annual Form in Art exhibitionith a reception,
September 30, 2010,
at Wills Eye Institute, 840 Wal-ut Street, 8th Floor, from 4 to 6 p.m. The exhibition features worksrom the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Program for Visually Impaired
rtists. Honorees are: Elko Fan and Vaughn Stubbs, Teaching Artists, Formn Art Program, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Street Thoma,anager,
 Accessible Programs for People with Disabilities, Philadelphiauseum of Art. The show will be on view 
through October 26, 2010.
or information call 215-440-3154.
2nd Annual Fairways to FriendshipGolf Tournament
est Buddies Pennsylvania, a nonprofit organization that provides one-o-one friendships for people with intellectual and developmental dis-bilities, will hold its 2nd Annual Fairways to Friendship Golf Tourna-ent at Philmont Country Club on Friday,
October 1, 2010.
The tour-ament will feature prizes on all Par 3s and skill competitions such asongest Drives. One lucky winner of the “closest to the pin” contest willave the chance of a lifetime—one shot for $1 million! For informationr to register, call Matthew Stehl at 215-569-0069 or visit www.best-uddiespennsylvania.org/golf. Golfers should register by September 27o guarantee your spot.
 American Fine Art Show & Sale
he Women’s Board of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is pre-enting USArtists American Fine Art Show & Sale,
October 1 - 3, 2010,
t the Samuel M. V. Hamilton Building, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine
rts, 128 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. USArtists is the premier art vent, bringing fine art dealers from across the nation to Philadelphia to
 xhibit and sell an extraordinary rich and diverse collection of 18th through
1st century American art. The hours are
October 1 - 3, 2010,
Friday,Saturday & Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. For information call 215-972-0550.
“The Butterfly Ball”
On Saturday,
October 2,
Living Beyond Breast Cancer will host its annu-al
fundraising gala, The Butterfly Ball. Join for a night of dinner, danc-ing and bidding to honor a few select women for their courage, strengthand compassion. Last year, this event raised more than $500,000. This year’s event will be held at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel in Center City,and will treat nearly 600 of Philadelphia’s business and social leaders tospectacular views, exquisite food and dancing. A limited auction full of one-of-a-kind and priceless items and a drawing featuring dozens of fab-ulousprizes will contribute to the evening’s success. For gala tickets,
sponsorship, auction or Grand Prize Drawing information, visit www.lbbc.org
or call Lauren Ainsworth at 610-645-4567.
Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation’s10th Anniversary Gala
On Saturday,
October 2
at 7 p.m., The Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation will host its 10th Anniversary Gala at Trust in Philadelphiato continue to raise awareness and funding to fight ovarian cancer. TheGala will feature dinner by Carlino’s, a live and silent auction, dancingand the premiere of a special 10-year anniversary film. Tickets are $100and are available at www.sandyovarian.org or by calling 610-446-2272.
 Jewish Genealogical Society 
The Delaware County/Main Line Affiliate of the Jewish Genealogical Society 
of Greater Philadelphia will hold its next meeting on Sunday,
October 3, 2010.
Guest Speaker is Lee Arnold, Senior Director of the Library andCollections at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The meeting will
begin promptly at 1:30 p.m. at Martins Run Lifecare Community, 11 Martins
Run, Media, PA. Everyone is welcome to attend. The program is free andopen to the public. For information, call 610-544-6877.
 Acting Without Boundaries Sock Hop
 A Sock Hop is being presented by Acting Without Boundaries (AWB),
October 3, 2010,
in the Buckley Wrestling Pavilion, at The HaverfordSchool, 450 Lancaster Avenue, at 5 p.m. Prior to the Sock Hop, “Grease” will be presented in the Haverford School Centennial Hall, at 4 p.m. Ad-mission to “Grease” is free. The Sock Hop features food, entertainmentand raffle prizes. A Costume Contest will be held with guests dressed intheir best 50’s attire. The goal of AWB is to provide disabled young peo-ple with the opportunity to pursue their love of acting and performing while building their belief in themselves and their abilities. For infor-mation call 610-922-8240.
22nd Annual Invitational Golf Tournament
The 22nd Annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Invitational Golf Tourna-
ment will be held at Greate Bay Country Club in Somers Point, NJ on Mon
-day,
October 4, 2010.
The tournament features a double shot gun startat 7:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., modified scramble format and cost $150 per golfer. Contributions in excess of $55 is tax deductible for those attend-ing the golf tournament. To participate in this event or for info, sponsor-ship or volunteer opportunities, contact Myra Corcoran, 609-399-7890 or cfgolf@comcast.net.
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an acclaimed pianist is set for
September 26
at Cabrini
College, 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor. The dynamic duoof Mimi Stillman (flute) and Charles Abramovic (piano) haveperformed together for more than eight years, and will pre-
sent works by Gabriel Fauré, Michel Blavet, Olivier Messiaen,
and music from Stillman and Abramovic’s forthcoming com-
pact disc.A highly regarded concert flutist, Stillman has performedat Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center. At the age of 12,she was the youngest wind player admitted to the Curtis
Institute of Music. She is founder and artistic director of theDolce Suono Chamber Music Concert Series in Philadelphia.Abramovic made his orchestral debut at 14 with the Pitts
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national performances as soloist and chamber musician.
He is a professor of keyboard studies at Temple University’sEsther Boyer College of Music. He is a graduate of the CurtisInstitute of Music, Peabody Conservatory. He earned a doc-tor
of musical arts degree from Temple University.The concert is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the Mansion onthe Cabrini campus. For information, contact Dr. AdelineBethany, professor of fine arts, at 610-902-8380.
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Mutual UFONetwork of PAUFO All Day Conference
Sat.,October 9
$30 AdmissionBook Signings AvailableSheraton Hotel Bucks County400 Oxford Valley Rd.,Langhorne,PA877-205-2088 (Directions Only)
To register visit www.MUFONPA.com
The Betty & Barney HillUFOExperience Lecture withAuthor Kathleen Marden
Tues.,October 12
FREE
Treddyfrin Township Public Library582 Upper Gulph Rd.,Strafford,PA
MUFON • Mutual UFO Network www.MainLineMufon.com
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