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City Suburban News, Year 27, No. 4, September 28 - October 4, 2011 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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L
ynn Rosenthal, the White House Advisoron Violence Against Women, is the distin-
guished speaker at Cabrini College’s domes-tic
and dating violence education symposium
on Tuesday,
October 4.
The symposium for pro
-fessionals in the field is a resource on how toidentify and address domestic violence, and is
part of the College’s broader initiatives on domes-tic
violence education.College students, teachers, psychologists,therapists, social workers, government officials,
policy makers, counselors, law enforcement offi-cers,
clergy members, faith groups, and relatedprofessionals are welcome to attend; registra-
tion is required. The “Linking Campus with Com
-munity: Domestic Violence Education Partner-ships in Action” symposium is scheduled from9 a.m. to 5 p.m., though attendees can registerat www.cabrini.edu/dvsymposium for individualsessions. The symposium will be at Cabrini Col-lege (610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor).In addition to Rosenthal, attendees will hear
from Bill Mitchell, who founded the Kristin Mitchell
Foundation after his daughter was murdered in2005 by her boyfriend. Also, 18-year old Amber
Rose Johnson, poet and member of the National
C
unningham Piano Company con-
tinues its Collaborative Pianistseries celebrating renowned tal-ent and their 120th anniversarywith a special performance byRussian-born pianist SvetlanaSmoline,
October 21, 2011
at 7 p.m. in itsshowroom.Cunningham Piano Company, located inPhiladelphia’s Germantown section, is hon-o
ring its 120th birthday with a series of free
piano concerts featuring local, regional and
national talent, as well as an array of pianos
ranging from fully restored, historic or rarepianos including Steinway Grands to newlyimported Bosendorfer Grands from Vienna.This series, referred to as “The Collabora-tive Pianist,” gives listeners the rare oppor-tunity to get a glimpse intothe artists mind. Each per-
former is encouraged to share
his thoughts, ideas, and chal-
lenges presented by the pieces
performed. The audience will
be able to interact directlywith the musicians in an
intimate setting. Additionally,
the performers are encour-
aged to select an instrument
from Cunningham Pianos vast
inventory that they feel best
fits the material at hand.Smolina, born in NizhnyNovgorod, Russia, has per-formed with orchestras andin recitals worldwide. Sherecently performed with the
Mariinsky Orchestra at Carne-
gie Hall, New York Philhar-monic at Avery Fischer, St.Petersburg Philharmonic,
Orchestra National de France,
Odessa and Nizhny Novgorod
Philharmonic, PittsburghSymphony, New Jersey Sym-phony Orchestra, ToledoSymphony, Florida Philhar-
monic, Shreveport Symphony,
New York Chamber and many
other ensembles.She is a frequent guest atfestivals worldwide, and hasperformed at the SalzburgFestival, Hollywood BowlFestival in Los Angeles, Ravinia Rising StarsFestival in Chicago, White Nights Festival in
St. Petersburg, Maggio Musicale in Florence,
Mikkeli Festival, Ruhr Festival, Easter Festi-val in Moscow, Rotterdam Phillips GergievFestival in Holland, International GilmoreKeyboard Festival, Settimane Musicali diStresa, Festivale di Bologna, MichelangeliFestival in Brescia, Hennessy Artists Seriesat Hanoi Opera House, Vietnam, festivals inGreece, Philadelphia International Festival,and many others.
Smolina is DMA graduate from the Univer
-
sity of Michigan, a recipient of “ New Names”Scholarship program in Russia and has been
a prizewinner of many international compe-titions, including Citta di Senigalia Interna-
 A special performance by Russian-born pianist Svetlana Smoline will be held on
October 21, 2011
at 7 p.m. inCunningham Piano Company’s showroom. Lynn Rosenthal, the White House Advisor onViolence Against Women, is the distinguished speaker at Cabrini College’s domestic and dating violence education symposium on Tuesday,
October 4.
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 Harry Dietzler will receive the distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award at the 17th Annual Barrymore Awardsfor Excellence in Theatre on Monday,
October 3 
at theWalnut Street Theater.
Cunningham Piano Presents FreeConcert by Pianist Svetlana Smoline
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arry Dietzler, who founded Upper Darby Summer Stagein 1976, will receive the distinguished Lifetime Achieve
ment Award at the 17th Annual Barrymore Awards foExcellence in Theatre on Monday,
October 3
at the WalnuStreet Theater.For thirty-six years generations of young theater-goersand their families have been introduced to musical theateby attending Summer Stage productions, while thousands
of young participants have benefitted from the program since
1976. Over 750 young people participated in the most recen
2011 season, while over 30,000 ticket-holders attended theperformances.The Lifetime Achievement Award is one of the most cele
brated awards presented during the annual Barrymore Awards
for Excellence in Theater ceremony.“The Barrymore Lifetime Achievement Award is given in
recognition of an individual who has devoted his or her time,
talent and energy to making a significant impact on the cultural landscape of Greater Philadelphia. Harry epitomizes
Harry Dietzler to ReceiveLifetime Achievement Award
Founder and Executive Director of Upper Darby SummeStage will be honored during award ceremony at WalnutStreet Theater, Philadelphia – October 3, 2011
White House Advisor Headlines FreeDomestic Violence Symposium
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Harry Dietzler to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award 
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Free Concert 
on page 7 
 
Main Line UnitarianChurch Art
 Visual Arts is hosting a “SelectShow” made up of members of the
Philadelphia Tri/States Artists Equity 
 who submitted work for jurying by area artist and noted juror, Frank 
Hyder. The 14 artists selected each
have a small body of their work inboth the McGinniss and the Fire-
side Galleries now running
through
October 16.
 Visit www.mluc.orgfor info. The church is located at816 S. Valley Forge Road, Devon.Hours are Mon. thru Fri., 9:00 to
4:30 and Sun. 9:00 to 2:00. Call 484
-341-8014 for information.
PAA Opening
The Philadelphia Art Alliance pre-sents a special exhibition by the Artist Collective Miss Rockaway  Armada. For the past 3 months,members of the Armada have been
living and working in Philadelphia,constructing a flotilla of large-scale
sculptures made entirely of recy-cled and repurposed materials.The flotilla was shown throughoutPhiladelphia, where members of the collective staged performances
from the Schuylkill River, Clark Park 
and FLUXspace in Kensington.The culmination of this project is asite-specific installation of piecesfrom the flotilla in the galleries of the Philadelphia Art Alliance. Theexhibition will be on display from
September through December 2011
and is curated by Melissa Caldwell,Director of Exhibitions with the
Philadelphia Art Alliance. On Friday,
September 30,
The Philadelphia
 Art Alliance will celebrate the open-
ing of this exhibition at 6 p.m. It isfree and open to the public. For info about this event or PAA, visit
 www.philartalliance.org or call 215
-545-4302.
“Color Conversations”
Philadelphia painter, Diane Lach-man will exhibit “Color Conversa-tions” at the MUSE Gallery from
October 1 to October 30, 2011.
Muse will be open for First Friday on
October 7
from 5 to 8 p.m. The Artist’s Reception will be held on
Friday,
October 14
from 5 to 8 p.m.
The exhibition features new oilpaintings and watercolors thatexplore color as a means of visualcommunication. Lachman is inter-ested in how color defines our idea
of form and meaning. Her intuitive
approach complements her yearsof teaching color theory at Penn
Design at the University of Pennsyl-
 vania. Gallery hours are Wednes-day through Sunday 12 to 5 p.m. or by appointment. For info visit
 www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com.
Support Group
Grieving the loss of a loved one?Jewish Family and Children’s Ser-
 vice presents a professionally guid
-ed support group for those whohave lost a loved one. Participants will gain strength and comfortthrough sharing. Six consecutivesessions beginning
October 4,
from 1 - 2:30 p.m. at the Jack M
Barrack Hebrew Academy. Facilitated
by Susan Blackman, LCSW. $20 in-cludes all six sessions. Pre-regis-tration is required. Call 1-866-
JFCSNOW (1-866-532-7669) to reg-ister 
and for information.
“Celebrating Four Decades of Collecting”Tours
 As part of its 40th anniversary cel-ebration, the Brandywine River Museum will offer docent-led toursof its renowned collection of re-
gional and American art on Wednes
-day mornings from
October 5 to26.
The series will conclude witha tour by Curator of Collections Virginia O’Hara, who will discussthe collection’s development dur-ing the Museum’s 40-year history.Each week will focus on a differentarea of the museum’s collections.Dates and topics include:
October 5
– Landscapes, Portraits and StillLifes;
October 12
– Howard Pyle
and American Illustration;
October 
19
– Treasure Island and N.C. Wyeth;
October 26
– Wyeth Art;
November 2
– Curator’s Tour. These
tours are included with Museumadmission and free for members.Interested participants are asked
to register with the education office
at education@brandywine.org or 610-388-8382.
 Art Faculty Forum
Lower Merion School District Faculty 
Forum Series: Art Department Faculty 
 Art Exhibition will be held at the
District Administration Building, at
Lower Merion High School on
Octo-
ber 6,
from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. The
event highlights the work of LMSD’s
talented art faculty and serves as
the official opening of the District’s
newly-renovated administrationbuilding. The building, a historiclandmark noted for its classic artdeco design, will be transformedinto a gallery featuring selectionsof original work from art teachers
of all levels. The show will be curat-ed
by Blake Bradford (Harriton High
‘88), Director of Education at the
Barnes Foundation. This is the first
in a series of community eventsshowcasing the talents and exper-tise of LMSD staff members. Visit www.lmsd.org/facultyforums for information.
 Wayne First Friday 
The Wayne Business Associationpresents First Friday on
October 
7, 2011.
Come see art, sample wine
and cheese, and enjoy entertainment, and stop by the stores anrestaurants in downtown Wayne.Hours are 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Freeand open to the public. For addi-tional info call 610-687-7698 o visit www.waynebusiness.com.
First Friday Flick 
Join Director Christine Faris at the
Haverford Township Free Library 
for a showing of “Exporting Ray-
mond,” a 2011 Documentary on Fri
day,
October 7,
at 7 p.m. In thisgenuine fish-out-of-water comedy that could only exist in real life,Phil travels to Russia to help adap
his beloved sitcom for Russian tele
 vision. The Russians don’t share
his tastes. They don’t seem to share
his sense of humor. But what Phi
did discover was a real comedy, fill
ed with unique characters and situations that have to be seen to bebelieved. Popcorn will be available
but feel free to bring your own snacks
and beverages. The library is locatedat 1601 Darby Road in Haver town, PA. For information, contac
Christine Faris at 610-446-3082 ext.
213, email haverford@delcolibrar ies.org or visit www.haverfordli-brary.org.
Tri-State JazzSociety Concert
The Andy Stein-Conal Fowkes Duo will play for Tri-State Jazz Society on Sunday,
October 16, 2011
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. This world
class event will be at the Communit
 Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. Half-price
admission is $10, available for first
time attendees and members; general admission is $20. High schooand college students with IDs anchildren accompanied by a paying
adult are free. Pay at the door; thereare no advance sales or reservations.
The Community Arts Center is less
than a mile from the Media-Swarth
-more exit of I-476. There’s freeparking. For info call 856-720-0232or visit www.tristatejazz.org.
Lower Merion Class1986 Reunion
Lower Merion High School Class of 1986 will hold its 25th Reunion onFriday,
October 21, 2011
at 7:30p.m. at Evviva Restaurant, 1236
Montgomery Avenue, Narberth, PA.
For info contact Reunion Centra
at 888-333-6569 or email reunion@
reunioncentral.com
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The Philadelphia Art Alliance (PAA) presents the first installmentin the fall 2011 season of “The Commonwealth,” PAA’s flagshiplecture series examining the current state of the contemporarycraft and design movement. On Thursday,
October 13,
PAA wel-comes Tod Seelie, a co-founder of the artist collective MissRockaway Armada and an accomplished photographer. Seeliewill discuss the documentation of “Let me Tell You About ADream I Had,” the Armada’s fall 2011 exhibition staged in col-laboration with PAA. The ambitious project encompassed over 2years of planning and 3 months of work creating large-scalesculptures made entirely of recycled and repurposed materials.The sculptures were shown throughout Philadelphia, wheremembers of the Armada staged live performances and partici-patory events from the sculptural pieces. The presentation byTod Seelie on October 13 is free and open to the public. For infoabout this event or PAA, visit www.philartalliance.org or call215-545-4302.
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Church Fair & Auction
St. David’s Episcopal Church in Wayne, PA will be hosting its 160thChurch Fair and Country Auction on Saturday 
October 1
from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. The Delaware Valley’s oldest ongoing fair will be held rain or shine on the church’s historic grounds at 763 Valley Forge Road, featur-ing charming attractions and family fun for all ages. This year’s live auc-tion includes an assortment of interesting antiques and collectibles,such as an Old St. David’s Church replica birdhouse, a ladies raccoonstyle full-length fur coat and a serviceable full-size Grunman canoe withpaddles. Admission is $2 for adults and children, and children under 4are free. Members of the military and their families will be granted freeadmission with identification. For information, call the church office at610-688-7947 or visit www.stadavidschurch.org.
 Wings n’ Wheels Annual Aircraft andClassic Car Show 
The Philadelphia area’s longest-running classic car and unique aircraftshow is changing locations this year due to renovations at Wings Field.Angel Flight East, based in Blue Bell, welcomes the public to join the fes-tivities, just a short drive away, and be part of the sights and sounds of Wings N' Wheels on Saturday,
October 1,
2011 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. atQueen City Airport, 1730 Vultee Street, Allentown, PA. Bring your fami-ly out for an exciting day of wings, wheels, food and fun! Highlights of this annual community event include a static display of different air-craft, including vintage models, light sport planes and some of thehottest new general aviation craft flying the skies today! A one-of-a-kindgathering of classic cars will take the auto buff on a trip down memory lane. For information about Angel Flight East or this event, call 215-358-1900 or 800-383-WING, or visit www.angelflighteast.org.
“Mistakes Were Made”
1812 Productions begins its 15th season with the Philadelphia pre-miere of Craig Wright’s latest comedy, “Mistakes Were Made.” The
show runs from
October 6 through
October 30
at Plays & PlayersTheatre, located at 1714 Delancey 
Street in Center City. Opening night
will be Wednesday,
October 12
at 7:00 p.m. Tickets range from $20-$36and can be purchased online at www.1812productions.org or at 215-592-9560.
Singles Night at the Philadelphia Orchestra
Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors season’s openingconcert Thursday,
October 13, 2011,
at The Kimmel Center, 300 SouthBroad Street on the Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. At 5 p.m. Meet‘n Greet Reception, Ted’s Montana Grille; 7 p.m. Concert, Verizon Hall.Admission is $75. For information and reservations, call Ralph Israel610-348-5544. Couples and singles welcome. Share your interest in good
music with other lovers of the Orchestra. Maestro Charles Dutoit Conducts,
Dawn Upshaw – Soprano: An evening of favorites from the americansongbook, featuring works by Sondheim, Bernstein, and Gershwin. Theevening includes a performance of Ravel’s Bolero.
Black Tie White Coat 2011 Ball
The Committee for Drexel University College of Medicine is presentingits “Black Tie White Coat 2011 Ball”
October 22, 2011,
at PhiladelphiaMarriott Downtown, 1201 Market Street. A cocktail reception will beginthe Ball at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and show at 7 p.m. The Ball will
honor Nicholas DeBenedictis, Chairman, President and CEO Aqua America,
Inc., and Manuel N. Stamatakis, President and CEO Capital Enter-prises—two of Philadelphia’s outstanding civic leaders that have playedan important key role in the formation of Drexel University College of Medicine. Proceeds of the Ball will support research efforts to defeat Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders. For info call 215-255-7330.
Rainbow Ball 2011
Planning Committee Members of Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life are presenting “Rainbow Ball 2011”
October 22, 2011
at Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, 201 South ColumbusBoulevard, Philadelphia, at 7:30 p.m. The Ball is honoring Evelyn andRonald A. Kramer, as recipients of The Family Award. Proceeds of theBall will benefit the Abramson Center for Jewish Life, that provides thebest possible care for the elderly residents. For info call 215-371-1879.
Benefit
The Committee for the Guadalupe Guild is presenting a Cocktail Party and Buffet to benefit and honor Sisters of the Visitation at MillridgeManor House,
October 23, 2011,
from 5 to 8 p.m. The party featuresfabulous prizes. Millridge House is located at 975 Mill Road, Bryn Mawr.For information call 610-353-1875.
The Wistar Gala
The Wistar Gala Committee is presenting the Wistar Gala
October 29,2011,
at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, One Logan Square, at6:30 p.m The evening will honor Adele K. Schaeffer with the presenta-tion of The Wistar Award, and in support of the ground breaking bio-medical research being conducted at The Wistar Institute. Dinner at7:30 p.m. will be followed by Award Presentation and Dancing. Proceeds
of the evening will benefit The Wistar Institute. For info call 215-898-3955.
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