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,
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,
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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,
at 8 p.m. General Admission is $15.
For info visit www.arsnovawork-shop.org or call 215-387-5125.
Sukkot Lunchand Learn
September 27 through
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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,
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,
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.
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.
Professional and Business SinglesNetwork sponsors a dance Friday,
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,
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
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
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.
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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