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City Suburban News, Year 26, No. 35, May 11 - May 17, 2011 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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F
resh off winning first prize at the 2010 YoungConcert Artists competition, internationallyrenowned violinist Benjamin Beilman brings
his talents to the Duffy Arts Center at MalvernPreparatory School on Sunday,
May 15,
at 2:30
p.m. The performance is presented by Tri-County
Concerts as part of the Emerging Artists Series.
Beilman studies with Ida Kavafian at the Curtis
Institute of Music, where he pursues a Bachelorof Music degree in Violin Performance.
The concert will include Bach’s Sonata for Violin
and Keyboard in E major and Sonata for ViolinSolo in g minor; Strauss’ Sonata for Violin andPiano in E flat major; and works by Rogerson,
Tower, and Hubay. Tickets are $18 for adults and
$12 for seniors. Students and children may attend
the concert free of charge, thanks to supportfrom the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith MemorialFund. For tickets, call 610-649-2517 or visitwww.tricountyconcerts.org. Meet the artist at acomplimentary post-concert reception.
Ben Beilman is rapidly gaining attention for his
“impeccable” playing and “eloquence and flair”
(MusicalAmerica.com). He made his Philadelphia
Orchestra debut in June 2009, a performanceThe Philadelphia Inquirer praised for its “emo-
tional weight” and “distinctive, full-bodied sound.”
He has also appeared as soloist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, Toledo Symphony, Cayuga
Chamber Orchestra, Kalamazoo Symphony,L’Orchestre Metropolitain de Montréal, and theRAI National Symphony in Turin, Italy, among
others. Highlights of the 2010-2011 season include
S
cott Bluebond is the marketing and
communications director at theCancer Support Community of
Philadelphia (CSCP). But he is also
one huge Yes fan. He was able tocombine his love for helping peo-
ple with cancer and the group Yes this pastweek.
CSCP is having their annual gala on
May 20
and this year, there will be an auctionfor the first time.Scott called his friend RichChodak, owner of Bluebond Guitars and MusicSchool (www.bluebondguitars.com/Bluebond/
Home.html), for help. Rich purchased the
store from his childhood friend and neighbor,
Dale Bluebond, who was killed in an autoaccident in 1994.Dale was Scott’s cousin.
Scott asked Rich if he would consider donat-ing
a guitar for the CSCP’s auction.
Unbeknownst to Scott,
Chodak had just lost
his dad, Harry, toesophageal cancer
on February 17 (Harry
was the owner ofOscar’s Tavern at1524 Sansom Street
for the last 40 years).
Chodak immediate-ly agreed to donate
a beautiful Takamine
Guitar!In the mean-t
ime, Scott, who assist
-ed with promotionof Jon Anderson’sPhiladelphia showat the TLA on May
4th, asked if Anderson
would sign the gui-tar for the auction.He not only signed
it, but did so on NBC
10’s “The 10! Show”
where he performedand was interviewed
that morning.Theonly way to bid on
the Anderson-signed
guitar is by attend-ing the gala. There
are many other great
items up for bid as well. Call 215-879-7733or visit www.cancersupport-phila.org fortickets.CSCP anticipates 300 professionals, gov-ernment officials, members and others will
attend the 13th Annual “Evening in the Yard”
gala/awards ceremony to see designer Tory
Burch receive the
 Medal of Inspiration,
found
-ing board member Charlie Rose, the
 Ridge- land Award,
Mary Lou Vitale, the
 Medal of Courage,
Greg & Kathie (posthumously)
Young, Anthropologie, and Gilda’s Club Dela
-ware Valley, the
 Medal of Victory,
and Ilana
Wolfson, the
Gene Hart Young Survivor Award.
Guests will enjoy fabulous food and cock-tails, a DJ, an auction with fabulous itemsand more, all to benefit CSCP.Chair emeri-
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Former Yes Singer Signs Guitar for Cancer Support Community Gala Auction
13th Annual “Evening in the Yard” May 20 at the Navy Yard, 6:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
 From left – Scott Bluebond and Jon Anderson pose with the signed  guitar in the green room of The 10! Show.Tri-County Concerts presents internationally renowned violinist Benjamin Beilman at the Duffy Arts Center at Malvern Preparatory School on Sunday,
 May 15,
at 2:30 p.m. Havertown resident James Caccamo, Ph.D., associate profes- sor of theology at Saint Joseph’s University has been award- 
ed a grant from the Louisville Institute to write a book entitled 
“Rewiring Virtue: Christian Ethics in an Age of Gadgets.” 
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Researchers for his proposal to write
 Rewiring Virtue: Chris- tian
 Ethics in an Age of Gadgets.
The book will discuss the
ethics of communication and information technologies from
a Christian perspective.
“There is really nothing like my book proposal in Christianethics literature right now,” says Caccamo. “This grant, com
-bined with an SJU sabbatical, will provide a great opportu-nity to move forward on this project.” Caccamo will be onsabbatical for the 2011-12 academic year.The first-of-its-kind book will explore contemporary tech-nologies, analyzing them through a virtue approach. Virtueethics is a moral method that focuses on the formation of
Social Ethicist AwardedLouisville Institute SabbaticalGrant for Researchers
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Professor Receives Grant to Write Book 
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Benjamin Beilman to Perform 
on page 6 
 
 Annual Scout Fair 
The 62nd Annual Merion Scout Fair 
offers an afternoon of affordable
family fun, Saturday,
May 14,
from
noon until 4 p.m., rain or shine.
There will be carnival games, a moon
bounce, a rope bridge, face paint-ing, tons of prizes, live and silentauctions and good food, all at the
Merion Scout House grounds, locat-edat 625 Hazelhurst Avenue in Mer 
-ion, right next to the Merion Trib-ute House. Tickets, which can bepurchased at the fair, cost $1 eachand allow you to play a couple of games or participate in one of the
fun activities. This annual fair has
been a Lower Merion tradition since
1950, and all proceeds benefit the
Merion Cub Scouts, Liberty Troop 71.
Email questions to: LibertyTroop@gmail.com.
Taste of the AsianCulture at Phila. Zoo
On
May 14 and 15,
the Philadelphia
Zoo will host a weekend-long festi- val showcasing the culture of Asia.The celebration, which is the firstof four cultural events called theCreatures of Culture International
Series, will feature authentic Asian
cuisine, activities, performances and
demonstrations while educating
about animals found in the Zoo that
are native to Asia. Creatures of 
Culture: Asia is free with Zoo admis-
sion, and will run from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.For information, as well as to pur-
chase and print tickets online, visit
 www.philadelphiazoo.org.
Film and Book Discussion
The Friends of Wynnefield BranchLibrary are sponsoring a film and
book discussion group of books that
have been made into movies. For 
the month of May will be the screen
-ing of “Chocolat” starring Johnny 
Depp and Juliette Binoche on Wed.,
May 18
at 3 p.m. The followingMonday,
May 23
at 6 p.m. theFriends of Wynnefield Branch will
be leading a discussion group based
on the book and how it differs from
the movie. If you can’t make it to the
screening—a limited number of copies of the film will be availablefor checkout before the discussiongroup. Both events will take place
in the Meeting Room at Wynnefield
Branch Library, 5325 Overbrook Ave.,
Philadelphia, PA 19131. Call 215-685-0298 for information.
“Annie Get Your Gun”
Philadelphia’s Central High School
 will retell the story of famed female
sharpshooter Annie Oakley whenthey present the musical comedy 
“Annie Get Your Gun.” This talent-ed
student cast and orchestra as well as a collection of wonderful,familiar tunes from the pen of Irv-ing Berlin will prove to be a treatfor young and old alike. Perfor-mances will take place on
May 19- 21
at 7:00 p.m. in the CentralHigh School auditorium, 1700 W.
Olney Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19141.
For info or ticket purchase, visit
centralhigh.net or call 215-469-1322.
Chadds Ford SpringExhibit Opening
The Chadds Ford Historical Society 
 will hold its 2011 Spring ExhibitOpening on Friday,
May 20, 2011,
“Wood, Woods and Wood Workers.”
This wonderful exhibit looks at the
 woodlands and trees of Southeastern
Pennsylvania and how people haveused these resources. Chadds FordTree Service is the presentingsponsor of this new exhibit which will continue
through December 3, 2011.
The exhibit also looks atthe magnificence of the trees inthe Brandywine Valley, as well as
the trees’ many contributions to shap-
ing the history and the culture of our region. Some of the items dis-played in the exhibit are a collec-tion of historic woodworking toolsfrom 6 foot two-man tree saws toaxes, augers and a collection of products, puzzles, art and utility items all made from our trees. TheChadds Ford Historical Society willbe hosting a cocktail receptionsponsored by Victory Brewing onFriday, May 20, 2011 from 5:30p.m. to 8:00 p.m., join for a Com-
munity Open House to welcome the
newest exhibit. For information onthe Chadds Ford Historical Society or to become a member, call 610-388-7376 or visit www.chaddsford-history.org.
Concert Benefit
“A Special Concert for Special Chil
-dren,” Friday,
May 20
at 7:30 p.m.
at Immaculata University’s Alumnae
Hall in Malvern, invites musicenthusiasts to a delightful eveningof great classics with wonderfully 
entertaining “pops” music. The con-
cert will be conducted by Philadel-
phia’s own Rosalind Erwin and fea-turethe artistry of well-known solo
-ists Rich Ridenour on piano andBrandon Ridenour on trumpet, as well as a 42-piece orchestra com-prised of renowned musicians.Proceeds from the event will sup-port Valley Forge Educational Ser- vices’ programs for children whoseexceptionalities include autismspectrum disorders and learning
disabilities. The program, arranged
in part by C&KArtists, includesaudience participation and a spe-cial musical appearance by a stu-dent from VFES’ Vanguard School joining in a performance with Rich
Ridenour. To purchase tickets ($50,
$75, $125), visit www.vfes.net.Event sponsors are being invited
to a private reception from 6:30 p.m.
- 7:15 p.m. with the conductor, solo
-
ists, and other major sponsors. For 
info, contact the VFES Advancement
Office staff at 610-296-6725 x169.
 Jazz QuartetPerformance
On Saturday,
May 21
at 1:30 p.m.the Friends of Wynnefield BranchLibrary are sponsoring a perfor-mance by EDQ1, a local contempo-rary jazz quartet whose music in-fluences covers the spectrum froDonny Hathaway and Herbie Han-cock to Duke Ellington and Miles
Davis. Join for an afternoon of toe
tapping, finger snapping fun. The
library is located at 5325 Overbrook 
 Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131-1498.
Call 215-685-0298 for information.
Children’s Tea Party and Tour 
On Sunday,
May 22
the Friends of 
Graeme Park are inviting our littles
members of the community out fo
a tea party with their favorite teddy 
bear or doll. Kids, who must beaccompanied by an adult, will betreated to punch, lemonade, cook-
ies, brownies and other sweets an
then will get a special tour of theKeith House geared just for them!
There will be a craft to take home an
games to play as kids learn what i was like to be a child in the 18thcentury. The cost is $10 per personand reservations are required an
must be held with a credit card. Seatings are at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Graeme
Park is located at 859 County LineRd., just off of Rt. 611 in Horsham.Regular operating hours are Fri-day - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. anSunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m., last toueach day at 3 p.m.; admission ischarged for tours of the KeithHouse. For information call 215-
343-0965 or visit www.ushistory.org
graeme.
“Race to Nowhere”
 A film screening of “Race to No- where: The Dark Side of America’s Achievement Culture” will be host-ed at the Haverford Township FreeLibrary on Monday,
May 23
at 6:30p.m. in the Community Room.“Race to Nowhere” is a new docu-m
entary that exposes the insidious
silent epidemic in our educationsystem.Our high-pressure, high-stakes culture has invaded ouschools and children’s lives, creat-ing unhealthy, disengaged, unpre-pared and stressed-out youth.Created by first-time filmmake Vicki Abeles, the film tells the sto-ries of young people pushed to thebrink, burned-out teachers andeeply frustrated parents.A facil-itated discussion will follow thefilm.For info about the film, visihttp://www.racetonowhere.com.Tickets are $10 in advance and $15at the door.To purchase tickets,
 visit www.haverfordlibrary.org/race.
The library is located at 1601 Darby 
Road, Havertown, PA. For info, cal
Mary Shannon610-446-3082 ext. 216.
Class Reunion
Olney Class of ’71. Looking for for-mer 
classmates for its 40th reunion
on
October 28, 2011.
Judy aohsclassof71@yahoo.com or 215-870-7572.
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Waldron Mercy Academy will present “Once On This Island Jr.”on Thursday,
May 12,
Friday,
May 13,
and Saturday,
May 14,
at7:30 p.m., and Sunday,
May 15,
at 2 p.m., in the Convent ofMercy Auditorium, 515 Montgomery Avenue, Merion Station.“Once On This Island Jr.” is a Caribbean adaptation of “The LittleMermaid” and will be performed by WMA’s grades five through
eight, under the direction of WMA’s music director Michael Borton.
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Narberth Havurah Progressive Dinner and Silent Auction
Meet new friends at the annual Narberth Havurah Progressive Dinner on
May 14, 2011,
from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Enjoy an evening of dinner andsocializing. The group will meet at one home for appetizers and entreeand then enjoy a relaxing short walk to another home for dessert andcoffee... and maybe you will walk away with an item from the silent auc-tion. Narberth Havurah, the only Jewish organization in Narberth, is agrowing Reconstructionist Jewish community. A havurah (fellowship) isa small group practicing egalitarian, non judgmental Judaism. A corner-stone of our community is to create a spiritual home for all. Cost $36 per person. Contact Joan Kaplan at 610-527-4347 or joankaplan@yahoo.comfor location and complete information.
Go Red for Women
Philadelphia’s 8th Annual Go Red for Women Luncheon and Health Expowill be held
May 20, 2011,
at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 1201
Market Street, Philadelphia. A Health and Wellness Expo and Screenings
will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; Red Hot Silent Auction will beheld from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; Luncheon and Main Program will beheld from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The event will honor Gale Y. Given,President, Verizon Pennsylvania, with the presentation of the 2011Woman of Heart. The Mission of the American Heart Association – GoRed, celebrate heart health, support heart disease research and educa-tion, and help stop Women’s No. 1 killer – heart disease. For informationcall 215-575-5213.
Church Service
The Board of Managers of the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolu
-tion is presenting its Annual Valley Forge Commemoration ChurchService, Sunday 
May 15, 2011,
at Washington Memorial Chapel, Route23, Valley Forge, at 4 p.m. A reception will follow at Washington Mem-
orial Chapel Courtyard, Route 23, Valley Forge. For info call 610-644-6184.
Plein Air Festival
Wayne Art Center is presenting its 5th Annual Plein Air Festival
May 17- June 24, 2011.
 A Gala Opening and Artist Reception will be held May 21, 2011, Sponsors and Patrons 6 - 10 p.m.; Guests and Young Friends 7- 10 p.m. Thirty-two national plein art artists and juror, Billyo O’Donnellwill view their freshly painted Delaware Valley landscapes. All workspainted during this 5-day festival will be for sale. The Exhibition opensto the public
May 22 - June 24, 2011.
Gallery Hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Plein Air workshop with BillyoO’Donnell
May 23 - 25, 2011,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All works paintedduring this 5-day festival will be for sale. Proceeds will benefit Wayne ArtCenter’s educational programs. Wayne Art Center is located 413 Maple-wood Avenue, Wayne. For information call 610-688-3553.
“Evening in the Yard”
The Committee for the Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia ispresenting “Evening in the Yard”
May 20, 2011,
at Urban OutfittersInc. at The Navy Yard. The evening will begin with cocktails at 6:30 p.m.;dinner and live auction at 7:30 p.m.; followed by dessert and dancing.Auctioneer is Keith Johnson from Man Shops Globe. Among the many honorees – Charlie Rose, Founding Board Member, with the presenta-tion of the Ridgeland Award. Proceeds from the evening will benefit theCancer Support Community of Philadelphia. For information and tickets,call 215-879-6575.
Radnor Memorial Library 
Radnor Memorial Library is presenting its first-ever fundraiser 
May 20,2011,
at Ardrossan, 807 Newtown Rd., Villanova, from 6:30 - 10 p.m. Itis dubbed “One for the Books.” Guests will be given an intimate tour of the famous home by scholar David Nelson Wren. There will be a wine-tasting on the terrace, and a light supper by Main Line’s Duffy Caterers. A silent auction will be featured. Proceeds from the first-ever fundrais-er will help to restore some of the services cut. For information call 610-687-1124.
Radnor Hunt Races
The 81st Anniversary of the Radnor Hunt Races will be held
May 21, 2011,
at Radnor Hunt, 826 Providence Road, Malvern. Post time is 1:30 p.m.For info call Kathie Brown at 610-296-9096 or visit www.radnorhunt-races.org.
Laurel House Benefit
The Committee for Laurel House are presenting its “Magic” Gala
May 21, 2011,
at Green Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill, 6:30 p.m. TheGala will honor a number of dedicated volunteers. The evening will fea-ture a magic performance, a DJ and Keyboard entertainment by CTO,silent and live auctions, dinner and dessert. Proceeds from the Gala willbenefit Laurel House, a non-profit agency that provides services to vic-tims of domestic violence and their children. For info call 610-277-1860.
Celebration
 An evening of celebration, Le Papillon Gala will be held
May 21, 2011,
6:30 p.m. - 12:00 midnight, at Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Land-
ing, 201 South Columbus Boulevard. The Gala will honor Jane Golden,Executive Director, City of Philadelphia Artists-in-Residence Award;
Barclay and Rebecca Knapp, Philanthropists, and the Knapp Gallery, 2011
Philadelphia Artist-in-Residence. Entertainment by R&B artist, WillDowning Jr. The Gala is an evening celebration to raise awareness for Lupus and recognize the cultural contributions of Philadelphia artists.For information call 609-402-5917.
Promise Ball
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDRF) Eastern Pennsylvania Dela- ware Chapter, “Promise Ball,” will be held 6 p.m. on
May 21, 2011,
at
Philadelphia Loews Hotel, 1200 Market Street, at The Promise Ball, themed
“Keeping the Promise.” The 2011 Honoree is Howard Stoeckel, presi-
dent and CEO of Wawa. The Promise Ball supports the work of JDRF whose
mission is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through thesupport of research. For information call 610-664-5343.
 Annual Gala
1812 Productions is presenting its 6th Annual gala, “Eventa du Schmancy”
May 23, 2011,
at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, 315 ChestnutStreet, Philadelphia, at 6 p.m., with cocktails and dinner. At 8 p.m., TheBad Song Cabaret will begin with a silent auction and basket raffle. TheBad Song Cabaret was last performed in 2005 and features new talent.The Annual Gala is an integral part of raising funds needed to bring firstclass comedy to Philadelphia. For information call 215-592-9560.
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