Having spent the last year learningthe ropes from Pig Iron as their apprentice company, No Face Per-formance Group is preparing the world premiere of its newest fulllength piece, “DIME: The real his-tory of so much stuff.” A totally rel-evant parable of nuclear paranoiaand wartime normalcy filled with
harebrained science, flashing lights,
and childhood smart-assery, DIME will be presented at NOSPACE, thegroup’s studio/performance venuein Fishtown located at 2315 E. Haz-zard Street. Show dates and timesare as follows: Thursday,
at7 p.m.; Friday,
at 7 p.m.;Saturday,
at 2 p.m. & 5 p.m.;and Sunday,
at 2 p.m. & 5p.m. Tickets are free and can bereserved at dime.eventbrite.com.For info, call 651-210-2512 or visit www.nofaceperformance.org.
First Friday Flick
Join director Christine Faris on Fri-day,
at 7 p.m. to see the new
ly released DVD, “The King’s Speech,”
starring Academy Award winner (Best Actor) Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter.The movie receivedfour Academy Awards, including Best Picture,Best Actor, Best Director and BestScreenplay—rated R for language.
Bring a sandwich, dinner, beverage/
snack to enjoy. Bring a sandwich,dinner, beverage/snack to enjoy.Haverford Township Free Library
is located at 1601 Darby Road Haver
town, PA19083. Contact Christine
at firstname.lastname@example.org for info or call 610-446-3082, ext. 213.
Wayne First Friday
The Wayne Business Association
presents First Friday on
May 6 and June 3, 2011.
Come see art, sam-ple
some wine and cheese, enter-tainment, etc. and shop at stores
in downtown Wayne, while you dine.
Hours are 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.Free and open to the public. For information call 610-687-7698 or visit www.waynebusiness.com.
The Great Frame Up in Wayne willpresent “May First Friday,” a group
exhibition of works by Ted Ellis and
Carol Kardon. The show will feature
oil paintings, pastels, and pho-
tographs, and will be on display from
May 6 through May 31.
-ing reception with refreshments, will be held on Friday,
from5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhibit andreception are free and open to the
public. For info call 610-687-3060 or
Tenth AnnualPhiladelphia WineFestival
“Philadelphia” magazine and the
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
present the Tenth Annual Philadel-phia Wine Festival, benefiting TheChildren’s Hospital of Philadel-phia. The Philadelphia Wine Festi- val will be held on Saturday,
at the Philadelphia Marriott Down-town at 1201 Market Street. TheGrand Tasting will take place from6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $125/ person, available at 800-595-4TIXor at www.philadelphiawinefesti-
val.com. There is also a VIP Tasting
with early entry at 5:00 for $225per person, offering exclusive tast-ings of selected rare wines servedonly to VIP guests.
Special ConferenceSession for Parents
Join the Delaware Valley Associa-
tion for the Education of Young Chil-
dren during its 2011 Early Educa-tion Conference for a special ses-
sion for parents. Jacqueline Edelberg
and Susan Kurland will discuss theinspiring story of how they trans-formed and revitalized a Chicagopublic elementary school, as docu-mented
in their book, “How to Walk to School: Blueprint for a Neighbor
-hood School Renaissance.” Their work shows how the energy and
determination of a group of parents
and a dedicated principal turned
around a struggling and challenged
school and created a thriving and
vibrant educational environment for its young students. Their strategies
and lessons can be applicable toschools and neighborhoods across
the country, given a committed team
ready to get to work. This session will be held on Saturday,
from 8:30 - 10 a.m., at thePennsylvania Convention Center,1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Cost is $20. For info visit
www.dvaeyc.org or call 215-893-0130.
Preparing for FirstTriathlon Presentation
A program about how to preparefor your first triathlon will be pre-sented by triathlete, coach andpersonal trainer, Mary Kelly at theHaverford Township Free Library on Monday,
at 7 p.m. The
program will cover the basics about
equipment, clothing, nutrition andtraining to get you started. The
library is located at 1601 Darby Rd.
,Havertown, PA. For information,
call Mary Shannon at 610-446-3082
ext. 216 or email@example.com, or visit www.haverfordli-brary.org.
Free UFO Lecture
at 6:30 p.m.Bill Weber, MUFON State Section
Director, UFOs and Technology. Pro-
gram is Free, at Treddyfrin Town-
ship Public Library, 582 Upper Gulph
Road, Strafford PA 19087-2096,
Call 610-688-7092 for directions only.
Visit www.MainLineMufon.com, a
non profit educational organization
locally coordinated by Mutual UFONetwork State Section Director Jennifer Stein, 610-613-0088.
Get the Factson Strokes
Strokes are the third leading causeof death in the United States and aleading cause of long-term disabil-ity. Strokes can occur at any age.Recognizing the symptoms andgetting immediate medical atten-tion are crucial when someone ishaving a stroke. Seconds count!This informative program will edu-cate
people about strokes and symp
-toms, etc. Helene Lynn Rinylo, RN,BSE – Coordinator for the StrokeProgram at Mercy PhiladelphiHospital will speak on this topic aLucien E. Blackwell West Philadel-phia Regional Library on Wednes
May 11, 2011
at 6 p.m. Lucien
E. Blackwell West PhiladelphiRegional Library is located at 125
South 52nd Street, Phila., PA 19139(corner of 52nd & Sansom Streets).
Don’t miss this opportunity! Foinformation call 215-685-7433.
Exhibit & Opening
“Alchemy and Intent,” the magicacombination of personal visionand paint and print science, a new exhibit of paintings and works onpaper opened on March 22, 2011 athe Philadelphia Board of Ethics,
1441 Sansom St., 2nd floor. It will be
until May 31.
ists – Bobbie Adams, Rachel Citrino,
Linda Dubin Garfield, Pia De Giro-
lamo, and Tom Hlas – create abstrac works that present perspectives an
responses to their physical, emo-
tional, and social surroundings. The
public is invited to view the exhib-it weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5p.m. There will be an Artists’ Re-ception on
from 5 to 7 p.m.
For information, visit www.smART
May 14, 2011,
from 9p.m. - 1 a.m. Frankie’s Cafe is hav-ing a Dance Party, featuring music
from the 50s, 60s and 70s. The Hurri-
cane’s band, featuring the dynam-ic Rick Penny and Gene Harlack.Frankie’s Cafe is located at 25 S.Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083.For info call 610-449-4355, or visi
www.frankiescafe.net. Free admission.
Tri-State JazzSociety Concert
Tex Wyndham and his Red Lion Jazz
Band will play for the Tri-State Jazz
Society on Sunday,
May 15, 2011
from 2 to 5 p.m. The concert wilbe at the First Unitarian Church,730 Halstead Rd., Wilmington, DE
19803. The Red Lion Jazz Band has
been the Delaware Valley’s leadingrevivalist Dixieland combo for 45 years. Half-price admission is $10,
available for first-time attendees an
members; general admission is $20.
High school and college students
with IDs and children accompanie
by a paying adult are free. Pay a
the door; there are no advance sales
or reservations. The church is 2 miles
south of the PA state line and oneblock off US-202. For info call 856-
720-0232 or visit www.tristatejazz.org.
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