The Department of Music and Dance
at Swarthmore College and the William J. Cooper Foundation willpresent Aszure Barton & Artistsperforming
at 8 p.m.
in the Lang Performing Arts Center’s
were supported anddeveloped by many individuals andgroups including the Banff Centre
(Banff, Canada), Danceworks (Santa
Barbara, CA), and the Ringling Inter-national Arts Festival (Sarasota, FL).
The event will be free and open to
the public without reservations. For
information, contact Tara Webb at610-328-8260 or email@example.com.
Tyme Gallery presents Tere Petro-
vich, with “Creative Interpretations
of Nature.” Tere Petrovich is a res-ident of Delaware County. She is apast officer and member of The Artists’ Guild of Delaware County and M.J.S.A. the Manufacturing
Jewelers and Suppliers of America.
The opening reception is Friday,
from 5 to 9 p.m.Come, meet and greet the artistand enjoy the soothing surround-
ings of Tyme Gallery. The receptionis catered with hors d’oeuvres from Antonella’s Italian Kitchen in Rose
-mont and is free to the public. Theartwork is on sale and exhibit from
November 11 through Decem-
Tyme Gallery is located at 17
W. Eagle Road in Havertown. For information about the exhibition,or for directions, call 610-853-1215or visit www.tymegallery.com.
“Miss Amy & Her BigKids Band” to Perform
The Church of St. Asaph is present-
ing Grammy Nominated children’sartist “Miss Amy and Her Big KidsBand” for a live interactive family-
centered performance on Saturday,
at 11:30 a.m. Kidsof all ages, including adults whoare eager to be a kid for a while,
are cordially invited to attend. There
is no admission charge; but pleasebring a non-perishable food itemto donate for St. Asaph’s food bank collection. Join for frolicking good
fun with the delightful, spirited and
lively singer/songwriter who is “TheFirst Lady of Musical Fitness” – THE
kids’ rocker and fitness guru. Miss
Amy serves as an official advocatefor the President’s Challenge Pro-gram, encouraging families to stay
physically active through her warm
engaging manner and positively en
-riching original music. The event
takes place at Church of Saint Asaph,Parish Hall, 27 Conshohocken State
Road, Bala Cynwyd (one block off
City Ave.). Visit www.saintasaphs.org
or 610-664-0966 for information.
Japanese JazzPianist Hiromi
The Annenberg Center continuesits thrilling 40th Anniversary Sea-
son with the debut of Japanese jazz
at8 p.m. With a penchant for taking
the stage in a “blow-your-hair-back
display of drama and athleticism,”This is not your average jazz per-formance. Tickets start at $20. For tickets or information, please visit AnnenbergCenter.org or call 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be pur-chased in person at the AnnenbergCenter Box Office.
Come enjoy the holiday festivities
at the King of Prussia Mall as Santa
officially takes his seat on
Novem-ber 12, 2011.
With the holidays just around the corner, shopperscan visit jolly Saint Nick with their Christmas wish lists and explorethe many stores available for every holiday shopping need. Visit Santaat the lower level of the Nordstrom
Court or the lower level of the Bloom
ingdale’s Court from
until December 24.
Santa hours,including break times, are Monday through Saturday 10:30 - 8:30 p.m.;Sunday 11:00 - 7:30 p.m. For infor-mation call 215-790-7800.
Acclaimed artist and teacher, Roger
Chavez, will lead a new one-day
workshop at the University City Arts
League on Sunday,
at the Art Center, 4226 Spruce Street,from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Roger Chavez
will lead the Drawing Workshop.
Chavez, a working artist in Philadel
-phia for more than 15 years, now
teaches at the Pennsylvania Academy
of the Fine Arts and at Ursinus Col-
lege. He studied at the Maryland
College of Art and Design, The Penn-
sylvania Academy of the Fine Artsand American University. For infoand registration, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the UCAL website at www.ucartsleague.org.
The Lower Merion Symphony willpresent its Fall Concert on Sunday,
at 3 p.m. at Rose-
mont College’s McShain Auditorium.
Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante willbe performed with guest soloists Yayoi Numizawa, violin, and DavidNicastro, viola. The Orchestra will
also perform Beethoven’s Symphony
No. 6 and Liszt’s Les Preludes. Theconcert is open to the public andfree with a donation. For info call610-667-1888.
A mix of local and internationalartists – including Andrea GaydosLandau of Philadelphia – cometogether for “Cultural Constructs,”an exhibition that blurs the linesbetween visual art and graphicdesign practices at Rowan Univer-sity Art Gallery,
November 14 -December 14.
A reception wel-comes the exhibit on Wednesday,
from 5:30 - 7:30p.m. Admission is free and open tothe public. Gallery hours are Mon-day - Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (withextended hours on Wednesdays to7 p.m.); and Saturday, 12 to 5 p.m.For information, call 856-256-4521or visit www.rowan.edu/fpa/art-gallery. Rowan University Art Gal-lery is located on the lower level of Westby Hall on the university cam-pus, Route 322 in Glassboro, NJ.
Lions Bingo Night
The Bala Cynwyd/Narberth Lions
are again conducting a Lions Bingo
Night on Thursday
at the Spring Mill Fire Hall,1210 E. Hector St. at North Lane,Conshohocken, PA 19428. The
doors open at 6 p.m. and the games
start at 7 p.m. Lots of games, dooprizes and fun for all. Admissionis $20 which includes the basicpackage. Ample, safe, free parkingand refreshments are available.For info call Lion Rita at 610-715-
2475 or NarberthLions@hotmail.com.
All proceeds benefit the Club’s loca
charitable projects such as eyeglasses, eye exams, etc. for thoseindividuals in need. This even
will be conducted every third Thurs
-day of the month until furthenotice.
Pet Photo Night
Santa makes time for all his beloved friends—that includes those who are four-legged and furry. On Wednesday,
pelovers are welcome to bring theidogs and cats to have a memorableholiday photo taken with Santa ahis holiday tree in the Blooming-dale’s Court at the King of Prussi
Mall. Pet Photo Night hours are fro6 - 9 p.m. For info, call 215-790-7800.
The Agora Institute for Civic Virtue
and the Common Good at Eastern
University presents Wilfred McClay,
a nationally acclaimed scholar anteacher, on Thursday,
for a public lecture at 8 p.m. He
will speak in the atrium of the Warne
Library on the campus at 1300Eagle Road in St. Davids, PA. Co-sponsored by Eastern University’s
Office of Development and the Temple
ton Honors College, the evening wil
explore the topic of Patriotism an
the American Experiment: The Use
and Abuse of History, considering
the proper role of education in shap
-ing citizens. To RSVP or for infor-mation, contact Kelly M. Hanlon,
Executive Director of the Agora Insti
tute for Civic Virtue and the Com-
mon Good at www.AgoraInstitute.org.
FUEL the CURE 4th Annual Gala
For the fourth consecutive year,FUEL the CURE, a Philadelphia-
based nonprofit organization, found
ed and run by young professionals,is raising money for a local chari-ty. The gala, scheduled for Satur-day,
from 8 p.m. to1 a.m., is being held at the ARTSBallroom (1324 Locust Street) an
will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation
. Guests will enjoy delicious
food provided by Stephen STARR Events, a five-hour open bar, danc-
ing and a chance to win exceptiona
raffle prizes. For information an
to purchase tickets, visit www.fuelthe
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