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City Suburban News, Year 26, No. 10, November 10 - November 16, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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A
group of artists, young
people and medical ex
-perts are involved in a
groundbreaking project at TheChildren’s Hospital of Philadel
-phia that uses the intimateprocess of portrait paintingto help children and young
people with craniofacial prob-lems
see themselves in a dif-ferent light.
For 13-year-old Emily, whose
life has been filled with recon-
structive surgeries and longstretches away from home, itwas a chance “to be me.” For
veteran painter Robin Frey, theprogram was a special chanceto marry the technical aspects
of her craft with a sense ofspirituality.Face To Face: The
Cranio-
facial Program Portrai
t Project,
is an innovative collabora-
tion between The Craniofacial
Program at The Children’sHospital of Philadelphia and
A
ward-winningauthor JeffShaara willpresent “HistoryThrough Storytell-
ing” for the Davis R.
Parker MemorialHistory Lecture at
The Haverford School
on Tuesday,
Novem
-ber 16,
at 7:30 p.m.in the School’s Cen-tennial Hall. A booksigning will follow
the event and a selec-tionof Shaara’s books
will be available forpurchase, including
Gods and Generals,
 No Less Than Victory,
The Rising Tide,
and
The Steel Wave.
A descendant ofItalian immigrants,Shaara was born in1952 in New Bruns-wick, N.J. He grewup in Tallahassee,Fla., and graduatedfrom Florida StateUniversity in 1974,with a degree incriminology. From
age 16, Shaara oper-ated
a rare coin business, first out of his home, then in aretail store. In 1974, he moved to Tampa and became one
of the most widely known coin and precious metals dealers
in Florida. In 1988, Shaara’s father, the writer Michael Shaara,
died, and he made the decision to sell his business, andtake over the management of his father’s estate.
In 1993, the film Gettysburg was released, which was based
on his father’s classic novel,
The Killer Angels.
After the crit-ical
and commercial success of the film, Shaara was approached
about the possibility of continuing the story, finding some-one
to write a prequel and sequel to
The Killer Angels.
After
some soul-searching, Shaara decided to tackle the project
himself even though he had no previous experience as a writer.
N
early nine months after thedisastrous earthquake shook
the country of Haiti, an estimat-ed
3 million people affected by
the natural disaster still need
assistance. While international
support was overwhelming during the first
few months after the disaster, attention paid
to Haiti and all those still suffering the effects
has dwindled significantly. The Presbytery
of Philadelphia and more than 500 choristers
are volunteering to bring the plight of mil-lions to the forefront once again.The January 12, 2010, earthquake in Haitiwas a magnitude 7.0 earthquake, with anepicentre near the town ofLéogâne. The Haitian gov-
ernment reported that approxi-
mately 230,000 people had
died, 300,000 had been injured,
and a staggering 1 million
people were left homeless. It
was also estimated that 250,000
residences and 30,000 com-mercial buildings had col-
lapsed or were severely dam-aged.One of those buildings
was Hôpital St. Croix in Léogâne.
The hospital and associatednursing school were severe-ly damaged, and are in there-building stage. Althoughthe hospital reopened onSeptember 1, 2010, much ofthe property is still unsafe
for use. The restoration pro
-ject has begun and a tempo-rary tent hospital currentlyexists.One Joyful Choir (OJC), acelebration of choral music,
returns to the Kimmel Center
on Saturday,
November 13,
2010,
at 2:30 p.m., with “Halle-
lujahs for Haiti.” The first
OJC event was held in Novem
-ber of 2007 and raised morethan $40,000 for projects in
the greater Philadelphia region.
This second OJC concert, “Hallelujahs forHaiti,” will be the largest choir to ever per-form on the Kimmel Center’s stage and pro-ceedsfrom the performance will benefitHaitian Earthquake Relief. The singers willbe accompanied by brass, organ, piano andpercussion.
The benefit concert features uplifting music
directed by Dr. Pearl Shangkuan, professorof music at Calvin College in Grand Rapids,Michigan. Dr. Shangkuan is currently the
director of the Calvin Alumni Choir and The
Women’s Chorale, and the Grammy-nomi-
nated Grand Rapids Symphony. She earned
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The “Hallelujahs for Haiti” concert, Saturday,
 November 13, 2010,
is under the direction of renowned choral conductor Dr. Pearl Shangkuan (shown), and will feature an anthem com- 
missioned by composer Dr. John Ferguson and liturgy by renowned 
theologian Dr. Martin Marty. Proceeds from ticket sales to theevent will benefit Hôpital Sainte Croix in Léogâne, Haiti.Tristram and Ruth Colket along with patients Gracie, Anthony Jessica, Emily and  Avery at unveiling of TheChildren’s Hospital of Phila- delphia’s Face to Face: TheCraniofacial Program Portrait 
 Project exhibition. The Program
allowed these patients, along 
with eight others, to have thei
 portraits painted by Studio Incamminati artist and helpthem see themselves in a dif- ferent light.
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Author to Speak at The Haverford School 
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 Award-winning author Jeff Shaara will  present “History Through Storytelling” 
for the Davis R. Parker Memorial  History 
 Lecture at The Haverford  School on
 Nov
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Face to Face 
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“Hallelujahs for Haiti” raises money for Hôpital St. Croix in Haiti
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Portraits Help Children and Young Adults See Themselves in a Different Light
Project is a One-of-a-Kind Partnership between The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and artists from Studio Incamminati
 
Learning fromthe Holocaust
Congregation Ohev Shalom haspartnered with Kehillah of Dela- ware County to present a specialprogram on Friday,
November 12,
at 7 p.m. Meet elite cadets and mid-
shipmen from the American Ser- vice Academies Program. Thesebrave young men and women have
participated in an intensive programon the Holocaust and military ethicsrun by the Auschwitz Jewish Center.
They have met Holocaust survivorsand rescuers, worked with schol-ars, and visited Holocaust sites inPoland. The presentation is freeand open to the public. Light re-freshments will be served. Con-gregation Ohev Shalom is locatedat 2 Chester Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. For info, call 610-874-1465or email exec@ohev.net.
 Art and SpecialEducation
The Graduate Studies program atMoore College of Art & Design andthe MA in Art Education with anEmphasis in Special Populationspresent “Art and Special Educa-
tion: Honoring Every Child’s Expres-
sive Voice,” a day of discussion, ex-
ploration and discovery of the best
teaching and learning practices for children with special needs. Featur-ing Keynote Speaker Peter Geisser,
 who retired in 2003 after over 30
 years as an art teacher at the Rhode
Island School for the Deaf. Satur-day,
November 13,
from 9 a.m. -3:30 p.m. at Moore College of Art &Design, 20th Street and The Park-
 way, Phila. Must RSVP. Event is free.
4th Annual Local Artists & Artisans FineCrafts & Arts Sale
The 4th Annual Local Artists & Arti
-sans Fine Crafts & Arts Sale will beheld at the Reserve at Gwynedd,400 Morris Drive – The Clubhouse,Upper Gwynedd, on Saturday,
Nov-ember 13,
from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Free admission, free parking. Fifty percent of proceeds donated toLaurel House – Helping Victims of 
Domestic Violence & Their Children.
For information, contact: Linda Levin,
linda@4lawyersonly.com.
Free Performance
Continent-crossing, New York-based
guitarist Daryl Shawn will be pair-ing with singer-songwriter andpianist Heather Kropf, who makes
her home in Pittsburgh, for an even
-ing of modern, tuneful acoustic
music at Bryn Mawr’s Milkboy Coffee
on Saturday,
November 13
at 8p.m. The event is free and open toall ages. Milkboy is located at 824
 W. Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr.
For for info, call 610-527-0690.
“Opera and the Voice”
 Are you curious about opera? Joinus for an informative presentationentitled “Opera and the Voice” at
the Haverford Township Free Library 
on Sunday,
November 14
at 2 p.m.
Michael Bolton, director of Com-
munity Programs for the Opera Com
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pany of Philadelphia, will be lectur 
-ing as well as using audio and
 video excerpts to explain voice types
and what it is like to be an operasinger. Don’t miss this unique op-portunity to learn from an expert.
The program is free but online regis
-tration is suggested. The library is
located at 1601 Darby Road in Haver-
town. For info, contact Christine
Faris at 610-446-3082 ext. 213, email
haverford@delcolibraries.org or goto www.haverfordlibrary.org and
click on the Calendar of Events link/ 
Eventkeeper to register.
Main Line NAMI Forum
Join NAMI for a panel discussionabout family relationships involv-
ing people with mental illness.Most
NAMI discussions concern relation
-ships between parents and anadult child with mental illness, butthis panel will include the spouse
of a person with mental illness, two
siblings of people with mental ill-
ness, an adult child of a person with
mental illness, and a parent who has
mental illness.These panel mem-
bers will present their perspectives
on how mental illness has affected
their families and strategies that may 
be helpful to others in similar fam-
ily relationships.This event will be
held on Sunday,
November 14,
from 2 - 4 p.m. at Ardmore Presby-
terian Church, 5 West Montgomery 
 Avenue in Ardmore, PA.All events
are free and open to the public.Light
refreshments will be served.For info, email nami.pa.main.line@gmail.com or call 267-251-6240.
The PhiladelphiaTrio Concert
Friends of Chamber Music in the Dela-
 ware Valley will present The Phila-delphia Trio in the first concert of their 2010-11 season at Main Line
Unitarian Church, 816 S. Valley Forge
Road, Devon, at 3 p.m. on Sunday,
November 14.
The program will
include Brahms’ Trio #3 in c minor,
Op. 101, Bernhard Heiden’s Trio of 
1956 commemorating the centenary 
of his birth, and Chopin’s Sonatafor cello and piano, celebrating the200th anniversary of his birth. Triomembers Elizabeth Keller, piano;
Barbara Sonies, violin; and DeborahReeder, cello, are all well-known per-
formers and teachers in the Dela-
 ware Valley. Tickets, available at the
door, are $18 (gen.), $15 (sr. citi-
zen), $13 (student). A reception willfollow the concert. For info, call 610
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664-0346 or email philtrio@aol.com.
“In Fashion!”Luncheon andFashion Show 
“In Fashion!” Luncheon and Fash-ion Show with Vera Bradley featur-
ing the Winter 2010 Collection Denim
by Tory Burch. Inspirational mod-eling by local cancer survivors. Theevent will be held on Monday,
Nov-ember 15, 2010,
at 11 a.m., at theGulph Mills Golf Club, 200 Swede-
land Rd., King of Prussia, PA 19406.Tickets cost $150 per person; $1,350
for table of ten. Please contact Amy 
Mitton at 215-879-7733 or amitton@
twcp.org for details.
Convocation
The study of the histories of thechurch not only grounds our cur-
rent experience in the traditions and
stories of the past, but also helps
to find new applications for old solu
-tions to issues facing the church
today. Participants will hear how the
 very latest historical research hasan impact on ministry in today’s
church and world, and will have the
opportunity to ask questions. Faculty 
members at The Lutheran Theolog
-ical Seminary at Philadelphia wiladdress the topic from a number of 
 view points at the convocation “Church
History: Giving Public Theology 
Memory” on Tuesday,
November 16,
2010.
The convocation is sched-uled for 11:30 a.m. in Benbow Hall,The Brossman Center on the sem-inary campus, 7301 Germantown Avenue in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia, and is free and opento the public. For information, visi www.Ltsp.edu.
Israel/PalestineConflict Program
On Tuesday,
November 16,
the Bryn
Mawr Peace Coalition will sponsoa program on the Israel/Palestine
situation. Entitled “The Palestinian
 Voice: What Americans Need to Hear,”
the event will take place in the Low 
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er Hall of the Central Baptist Church
in Wayne, PA from 7 - 9 p.m. Des-sert and beverages will be serve
from 7 - 7:30; the program will begin
at 7:30. The event is free and opento the public. The speakers will be Andrew F. Bush of Eastern Univer-
sity and Marwan Kreidie of Villanov 
University. Contact Karen Barton
at astrique@aol.com or 610-525-3784
or Jane Dugdale at tjdugdale@ver-izon.net or 610-527-4170 for info.
Lecture on Bryn Mawr Film Institute
Become familiar with the history,renovation, and restoration of theBryn Mawr Theater in an excitingnew lecture offered by the Foruand Rosemont College’s Office of Non-Credit Programs on
Novem-ber 17, 2010
at 10:00 a.m. in theKaul Forum Classroom. This evenis open to the public and registra-tion is required. Part of the Coffeeand Lecture series; spend an houand half with Juliet J. Goodfriend,
founder of the Bryn Mawr Film Insti
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tute, exploring the Bryn Mawr Theate
from its opening in 1926 to the pre
sent.
Guests will have a better under 
-standing of the historic theater’spast, present, and future. Coffeeand refreshments are available a10:00 a.m. Lecture begins promptly at 10:15 a.m. There is a $20 reg-istration fee for this event. Contacthe Office of Non-Credit Programs,
at 610-527-0200, ext. 3102 for info
or register at www.rosemont.edu.
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epigrammatic, dreamlikeand mordantly-humorouspoems have made him oneof this country’s most dis-tinctive lyric voices. Thereading is part of BrynMawr College’s CreativeWriting Program ReadingSeries. All readings in theseries are free and open tothe public. For more onSimic go to http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/27.
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Hosts for Hospitals Gala
osts for Hospitals’ 10th Anniversary Gala will be held
November 13,010,
at Please Touch Museum, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, from 7 to11 p.m. The Gala will honor Dr. John H. Glick, Professor of Medicine,nd the Leonard and Madlyn Abramson Professor of Clinical Oncology athe University of Pennsylvania. Hosts for Hospitals has created a net-ork of “host families” who open their own homes and provide freeodging to out-of-town patients and family members. In many cases, the vailability of lodging services makes it possible for patients to receive
ife-saving treatments. Emcee is Stephanie Stahl, Medical Reporter CBS3.
or information call 215-472-3801.
 A Little Night Magic
he Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation is presenting “A Little
ight Magic,”
November 13, 2010,
at The Chestnut Club, 1529 Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia. The evening’s Awardees: The Corporate Leadership ward, presented to University of Pennsylvania; and Child Care Advocate ward in Memory of Anne O. Krancer, presented to Susan Aronson, MD, AAP. The evening’s cocktails and dinner stations, 7 to 9:30 p.m.; awardrogram 9:30 to 10 p.m.; dessert 10 p.m. to midnight; dancing and fun.roceeds from the evening will benefit the Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Careoundation. For information call 610-992-1140.
 An Autumn Celebration
hiladelphia Parks Alliance Autumn Celebration will be held
November 4, 2010,
at Glen Foerd on the Delaware, from 3 to 6 p.m. Glen Foerd
n the Delaware is a remarkable Fairmount Park Riverfront Estate in North
-ast Philadelphia. The Celebration will honor Bart Blatstein, Principal of ower Investments. The Celebration features fabulous music by theenny Ulansey Ensemble. Glen Foerd on the Delaware is located at 5001rant Avenue, Philadelphia. Set on 18 acres of rare trees, some of whichate back over 300 years. It is a historic mansion with an abundance of idden treasures. The event will be held rain or shine, will benefit Phila-elphia Parks Alliance. For info visit www.philaparks.org.
 Autumn Gala to Benefit Sisters of Visitation
he Guadalupe Guild presents a cocktail party and buffet on
November 4, 2010,
celebrating the Sisters of Visitation’s 400th anniversary. Itill take place at Mill
ridge Manor located at 975 Mill Road
in Bryn Mawr rom 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be an open bar with delicious food, valetarking and fabulous prizes. Admission is $45 per person. Call 610-525-938 for reservations or information.
 Annual Dinner 
he Foreign Policy Research Institute is presenting its Annual Dinner 
ovember 15, 2010,
at the Westin Hotel, 17th and Chestnut Streets,hiladelphia, at 7 p.m. The dinner will feature the presentation of theenjamin Franklin Award to Harvard historian Niall Ferguson, who willpeak on “Power, Money and American National Security – Today andomorrow.” Proceeds from the dinner will help ensure FPRI’s continuedervice to the community. For information call 215-732-3774.
Power Packing
The Women’s Committee of Penn Museum is presenting “Power Packing”
 with Jane Carton,
November 17, 2010,
at Merion Cricket Club, 325Montgomery Avenue, Haverford. “Power Packing: How to Achieve Fash-ion Mileage Traveling with One Bag,” will begin at 10 a.m. Included isboutique shopping and raffle auction, fashion show & presentation andlunch. Proceeds from Power Packing will benefit The University of Penn-sylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. For information call215-898-9202.
Immaculata University’s Fall Production
Immaculata University’s Cue and Curtain Players is presenting “OnceUpon a Mattress,” as their Fall Production, from
November 18 - 21,2010.
“Once Upon a Mattress,” is a musical by Mary Rodgers, lyrics by Marshall Barer and is based on a book by Jay Thompson. Performancesare: November 18, 19, 20 at 8 p.m.; Matinee at 2 p.m. on November 21. Adult tickets are $10; students and children $7, and senior citizens (65and over) $5. Immaculata University is located 20 miles west of Philadel-phia, south of intersection of Routes 30 and 352, between Paoli andExton. For information call 610-647-4400, ext. 3731.
 A Philly Circus Cabaret
Philadelphia School of Circus Arts (PSCA) is presenting a night under 
the region’s “big top” with the annual fall show, “Phanatical Phantastical!
 A Philly Circus Cabaret,”
November 19, 2010,
 with performances at 7p.m. and 11 p.m. The show will take place at the PSCA studio, 5900A Greene Street, Philadelphia. The performances will feature circus artsprofessionals who will dazzle audiences through fabric, single point
trapeze, rope, hoop, magic, juggling and unicycling. Tickets for the 7 p.m.
family friendly show are $15 per adult and $10 per child. The 11 p.m.adult friendly late night cabaret are $25 per adult. Proceeds from theshow will help the school purchase new lights and equipment. For infor-mation call 215-849-1991.
The Academy of Vocal Arts
“An Unforgettable Evening” is being presented by the Chairs and Boardof Directors of The Academy of Vocal Arts, a celebration of the world pre-miere of Margaret Garwood’s “The Scarlet Letter,”
November 19, 2010.
The evening will begin with cocktails in the Rose Garden Promenade at
Hyatt at the Bellevue, at 5:30 p.m.; dinner at 6 p.m. and the opening night
performance of “The Scarlet Letter,” at 8 p.m. at The Merriam Theater.Performances will also be
November 20, 2010,
at 8 p.m., and
Novem-ber 21, 2010,
at 3 p.m. All proceeds from “The Scarlet Letter” openingnight celebration benefit AVA’s Resident Artists Scholarship Fund. For information call 215-735-1685.
Mistletoe & Magic
The Paoli Hospital Auxiliary is presenting Mistletoe & Magic,
November 
20, 2010,
at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, at 6 p.m. Pro-ceeds will go toward Paoli Hospital Auxiliary’s 1 million commitment tofund robotic-assisted surgery (purchasing a new daVinci Robot) expand-
ing obstetrics and nursing excellence. For info www.mistletoeandmagic.org.
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