Photographs by Rich Dunoff
An art reception has been sched-
uled at the Kaiserman JCC in Wynne-
wood to celebrate the photograph-
ic works of local photographer Rich
Dunoff on Wednesday,
6:30 - 8 p.m. A meet and greet with
the artist will take place in the back
lobby of the JCC. The exhibit, “Land-
scapes, Earth and Sky,” is currently
on display at the Kaiserman JCC,45 Haverford Rd., Wynnewood, PA
19096. The reception is free and open
to the public.
Free Classical Recital
The Philadelphia Art Alliance pre-
sents its Last Friday Classical Reci-tal. Liebesfreud will perform on Fri-
at 5:30 p.m. Free
Admission. Featured Works includeElgar String Quartet & Haydn String
Quartet. Featuring violinists Geoffrey
Michaels and Philip Kates, violist
David Giles, and cellist Charles Forbes,
the Philadelphia based Liebesfreud
is an ensemble devoted primarily to the performance of great litera-ture for the string quartet. PAA islocated at 251 South 18th Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19103; 215-545-4302
or visit www.philartalliance.org.
at 7 p.m.
Poets and Prophets will present the
Small Craft Warnings Reading atthe new Performing Arts Complexin Delaware County. “Small CraftWarnings” is the Swarthmore Col-
lege Literary Magazine. Feature Poets
TBA. Open follows Feature. Dona-
tions accepted. For info on this event
visit www.poetsandprophets.comor call 610-328-POET. This space,
entitled Stage One, is at the former
Summit School at 101 Plush Mill
Road in Wallingford. For other events
at Stage One, among the more than
thirty Arts and Community Groups
sharing this space, see www.pacofdel-co.org.
The Chadds Ford Historical Society continues its Spring Lecture Series
at 7:30 p.m.
at the Society’s Barn Visitor Center.
Admission: $10; free for Society members. For information and toreserve a seat, call 610-388-7376 or visit www.chaddsfordhistory.org.The Historical Society is on Creek Road, 1/4 mile north of Route 1.
The lecture “The Battle of the Brandy-
wine” will be given by Sean Moir, a
GIS Analyst with the Chester County
GIS Department and creator of aunique animated GIS map of theBattle of Brandywine. In 2010 hemanaged a grant from the Ameri-can Battlefield Protection Program(ABPP) to research and documentthe Battle of Brandywine. Sean’s
innovative map shows hour by hour
troop movements and engage-ments through the full day of thebattle. Sean will have a discussionon the Battle of the Brandywinewhile showing his animated map
throughout the discussion. This will
be a very detailed description of what
took place at specific times duringthe Battle of the Brandywine.
Church of Earthalujah!
Reverend Billy calls his Church of Earthalujah! performances family
friendly but big bank deadly—espe
-cially for banks that finance CO-2emissions through mountaintop
removal, hydro-fracking, super malls
and shipping sweatshop productslong distances in fossil fuel-burn-ing engines. All these topics areon the table Thursday,
at 7 p.m. as Reverend Billy and hisGospel Choir singers perform in
Drexel’s Behrakis Grand Hall (CreeseStudent Center, 32nd & Market Sts.).
The Reverend has been profiled by the New York Times, Los AngelesTimes, CBS News and was the sub-ject of a 2007 documentary called“What Would Jesus Buy?” pro-duced by Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me). In his shows, ReverendBilly takes a look at planet earth,declaring that the fires, droughts,earthquakes and typhoons are notnatural disasters but shout-outsfrom this big living thing we’re alla part of – Earthalujah! This costis $5, cash at the door and free for Drexel Students. For info call 215-895-1029 or visit www.drexel.edu/ westphal.
Film “The Recruiter”
Penn Army of None will host the Phila
-delphia premiere of the acclaimed
independent documentary film “The
Recruiter,” an official SundanceFestival Selection. Following themovie, join for light refreshments
while a panel of veterans, educators,
and students discusses the issueof military recruiting in our localschools. The event will be held onThursday,
from 7 - 9
p.m. at Friends Center, 1515 Cherry
Street, Philadelphia. Details athttp://pennarmyofnone.eventbrite.com/.
The Great Frame Up in Wayne will
present “Emerging Artists,” a groupexhibition of works by Jamie Pogue,
Mark Rizzo, and George Hastings.
The exhibition will feature oil paint-
ings and photographs, and will beon display from Friday,
Anopening reception with refresh-ments, will be held on Friday,
from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhib-it and reception are free and opento the public. For info call 610-687-3060 or visit www.mainlinefram-ing.com.
Jewish GenealogicalSociety Meeting
The next meeting of the DelawareCounty/Main Line Affiliate of theJewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia (JGSGP) willbe held on Sunday,
April 3, 2011
at 1:30 p.m. at Martins Run Life-care Community, 11 Martins Run,Media, PA. Guest Speaker will be
Marge Farbman, Director of Develop
-ment at Martins Run, who willdemonstrate “Scrapbooking Your Family Tree.” For info or for direc-tions to Martins Run, call 610-544-6877.
at 3:00 p.m.,Haverford College’s Department of Music presents Maurice Wright’schamber opera “The Lyric’s Tale”with baritone, Lawrence Indik,actor, Marcia Ferguson, and con-ductor, Heidi Jacob, along withStravinsky’s “L’Histoire du Soldat.”
This concert will be held in Roberts
Hall, Marshall Auditorium on theHaverford College Campus at 370Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA,and is free and open to the pubic.For information, call 610-896-1011,or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Unity Tour” Concert
at 7:30 p.m.,Neshama Carlebach and the GreenPastures Baptist Choir bring thei
electrifying “Unity Tour” to Temple
Beth Hillel – Beth El, RemingtonRoad and Lancaster Avenue inWynnewood. At this community event, exquisite and soulful voiceswill combine to create an amazing,uplifting live concert experiencefrom intimate ballads to energetic,
foot-stomping musical arrangments.
Advance tickets may be purchasefor $36 each. For information cal610-649-5300.
Women’s Advocacy Day
The Jewish Federation of GreatePhiladelphia’s Women of Vision
Foundation and Hadassah of Great
Philadelphia invite women to ex-perience a day of empowerment onHarrisburg’s Capitol Hill, Wednes-day,
April 13, 2011,
from 7 a.m. -6 p.m. Participate in legislativebriefings with elected officials anpolicy makers on issues that affecJewish girls and women, includingwomen’s health, food and security,
education, immigration and text
-ing-while-driving. Cost of $49 peperson includes round-trip bustransportation from Har Zion inPenn Valley, a kosher lunch and
snack. For info or to
contact Susan Lundy at 215-832
-0849 or email@example.com.
Launch Party and Benefit
Side Arts (philly.sidearts.com) an-
nounces the launch of its new web
site and services! Side Arts wilbe hosting a launch party and ben-efit on Friday,
from 8 - 11p.m. at the Dark Horse Pub (421 S.2nd St., Phila.). A silent auctionwill be held with proceeds goingtoward local charity, Philly AIDS
Thrift. Anyone may attend, no cover.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org; foinfo call 215-850-7881.
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