Carlebach MelodiesService andShabbat Dinner
February 10, 2012
there will be a Carlebach Melodies Serviceand Shabbat Dinner at Adath Israel.
Rabbi Eric Yanoff and Cantor Bernard
Lowe will lead the 6 p.m. ShabbatMinyan incorporating many tradi-tional tunes composed by RabbiShlomo Carlebach. Dinner at 7:00p.m. will be catered by Main LineKosher Meats. Participation in the
service is free and open to all. Those
attending the Shabbat Dinner willneed to reserve their places withpayment by January 31. Adult din-ner is $20 each; children to 13 yo$10 each; family maximum $60.For information, contact Amanda
Ross at 610-934-1905 or info@adath
-israel.org. Adath Israel is locatedat 250 N. Highland Avenue, MerionStation, PA 19066.
McGettigan, a resident of Brook-haven, PA, will be available to signcopies of her novel, “Bristol BoyzStomp: The Night that Divided a
Town,” at Barnes & Noble, 1805 Wal-
nut St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, on
from 1 to 4 p.m. For information, contact Chris Coffey at 888-361-9473 or email@example.com.
Three artists from Lancaster, PA –Susan Gottleib, Jim Gallagher and Abby Rudisill – are showing their
abstract work now
in the Fireside Gallery at
Main Line Unitarian Church, locat-ed
at 816 S. Valley Forge Road,
Devon, PA 19333. Visit www.mluc.org
“Artist of the Month” for information.
Hours are Mon. - Fri. 9:00 to 4:30and Sunday 9:00 to 2:00 p.m. Call484-341-8014 for information.
“Why Do Bad ThingsHappen to GoodPeople” Lecture
In each person’s lifetime he may wonder what he did to deserve thecrushing blow that fate offered. Is
there an answer to be found in Jew-
ish texts? Rabbi Alan Iser, AdjunctInstructor at Villanova and St.Joseph’s Universities in their De-partments of Theology, will helpattendees learn what the Jewishsages taught on this difficult, butever present, topic. Come for cof-fee at 9:00 a.m. and enjoy RabbiIser’s talk Sunday,
from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. This discus-sion will continue on Sunday,
9:00 a.m. Main Line
Reform Temple is located at 410 Mont-
gomery Avenue, Wynnewood. Call610-649-7800 for info.
Local fabric artist exhibit excitingcreations at Beaumont of BrynMawr Retirement Community, 601
N. Ithan Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA. An
artist’s reception will be held onSunday,
from 4 - 6p.m. The exhibit continues daily
until March 16.
February 16, 2012
enjoy a con
versation with three exciting Phila
delphia based curators. Learn about
their upcoming projects and cura-torial vision. Hear their advice for gaining a curator’s attention and,
more importantly, keeping it. Panel
ists are: Sarah Archer, Philadelphia
Art Alliance; Julie Courtney, Inde-pendent Curator; and Kaytie John-son, The Galleries at Moore. Theevent will be held at the the Center
for Emerging Visual Artists, 237 South
18th Street, Suite 3a, Philadelphia,
PA 19103. The program begins at 5:30
p.m. Cost is $12. Registration isrequired. Individuals who have notpre-registered are not guaranteed
a seat. To reserve a space or to receive
information about The Center for Emerging Visual Artists or DirectDialogues Lecture Series, contactGenevieve Coutroubis, by phone215-546-7775 ext. 11 or by emailGenevieve@cfeva.org.
Trio Camille Performs
at 3:00p.m. the Guest Artist Series atHaverford College presents TrioCamille featuring Matthew Bengt-son, piano, Min-Young Kim, violin,
and Michal Schmidt, cello and piano.
Their all-Beethoven program in-cludes
Sonata for Piano and CelloOp. 5, No. 1 in F, Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 96 in G,
Trio in B-flat Op. 97 “Archduke.”
This con-certwill be held in Roberts Hall,Marshall Auditorium on the Haver-ford College Campus at 370 Lan-
caster Avenue in Haverford, PA.Tick
-et prices are $15 (Gen), $12 (Sr.),$8 (students), $5 (7-17) and freeto the bi-college community.For info 610-896-1011, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Astral Artists PresentsSpiritual VoyagesFestival
Astral Artists presents its “Spiritual Voyages Festival” on
with concerts at 1 p.m., 4 p.m., and8 p.m. at the Church of the Holy
Trinity on Rittenhouse Square (1904
Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103).
As a winner of the John S. and James
L. Knight Foundation’s Knight ArtsChallenge, Astral mounts the festi- val as a celebration of the musicaland poetic expression of African-, Asian-, and Latin-American cul-tures, highlighting its roster art-ists and special guests in three dif-
ferent concerts in one day. Subscrip
-tions to all three concerts are $45for General Admission and $40 for Senior Citizens; single tickets are$18 for General Admission, $16 for Senior Citizens, and $5 for Stu-dents under 30 with I.D., and can
be purchased by calling 215-735-6999
or by visiting AstralArtists.org.
from 1 -3 p.m. grab your family and headover to the Morris Arboretum for aday of outdoor fun and garden ex-
ploration. Follow the prepared scav-enger
hunt map to discover the many
varieties of witchhazels growing atthe Morris Arboretum. Ranging incolor from yellow and orange to
pink and red, witchhazels are some
of the first harbingers of spring, an
the Arboretum’s witchhazel collec-tion is unparalleled in the area.
The scavenger hunt invites visitors
to compare the different varieties’beautiful flowers and take in thei
heady scent. After the hunt, visitors
can stop back at the Visitor Centeto make a fun craft. This event isfree with regular admission anregistration is not required. Come
and enjoy the witchhazels all month.
The scavenger hunt map will bedistributed at the Visitor’s Centeevery day in February. For info, visit www.morrisarboretum.org.
A l’Ecole Française organizes its
annual Mardi-Gras dinner on
at 6:30 p.m. Everybody is
welcome, whether speaking Englishor French, fancy-dressed or not. The3 course dinner offers a good choice
of Louisiana cooking, and cash bar,
for $42 including soft drinks, taxesand service! Contact for reserva-
tion alecolefrancaise.com - 610-660
-9645 and Laissez les Bons TempsRouler!
Admittance is free with a businesscard to the Executive NetworkingCard Exchange for area business
owners and executives from all typecorporations proprietorships... it wilbe held Tuesday,
February 21, 2012
at The Radnor Hotel, 591 E. Lancaste
Ave., St. David’s PA. Complimentary
hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be
served. Sponsored by ACT the busi
ness-to-business monthly market-ing newspaper. RSVP’s appreciat-ed. Contact sponsor: ACT, 29 Bal
Ave., Ste. 114, Bala Cynwyd, PA l9004,
484-562-0063; fax: 484-562-0068;email: email@example.com.
Mummers Show of Shows
The world-renowned String Bands
of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade
will perform in Atlantic City’s Board
walk Hall on
at 2 p.m.
for the annual “Show of Shows,”
an encore performance of their extra
- vagant New Year’s Day routines.People of all ages are invited to ex-perience the String Bands’ daz-
zling display of sparkling costumes,
enormous props and impressivemusical arrangements. Tickets areavailable at all Ticketmaster loca-tions, Boardwalk Hall Box Office oby calling 1-800-736-1420.
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