Used Book Sale
The Women’s Board of LankenauMedical Center in Wynnewood will
hold its semi-annual used book sale
(8 a.m. - 4p.m.)
(8a.m. - 3 p.m.) in the Health Edu-cation Center at the main lobby.
Thousands of books of all types and
age are available for perusal andpurchase. All proceeds are used tofurther patient care at the hospi-tal. Co-chairs are Women’s Boardmembers Barbara Scorzetti, Peggy
Cristofalo and Barbara Evans. Infor
-mation is available by contactingSue Williamson in the Volunteer
Office at 484-476-2139. Book dona
-tions are taken all during the year at this office and at the hospital’sthrift shop, “The Hamper Shop,” inNarberth.
Burpee’s JuneGarden Open
Fordhook Farm will be open to the
public on Friday,
June 22 and
from 9:30 a.m. to 5p.m., allowing visitors an exclusivelook inside the landmark Burpee
estate’s private gardens and grounds.
Fordhook is located at 105 New
Britain Road, Doylestown, PA 18901-
2642. Event admission is $5 per person and lecture tickets can bepurchased online or at the eventfor $15 per person. For details onBurpee’s June Garden Open, visit www.burpee.com/events or check out https://www.facebook.com/Bur-peeGardens.
French Cars atLe Mans
Bugatti, Delahye, Peugeot. All famousnames that earned part of their glory
at Le Mans. On Saturday,
the Simeone Museum’s monthly Demonstration Day will focus on
these French marques and their rac-
ing accomplishments. The cars that will be run are: 1936 Delahye 135S,
the stylish 1938 Peugeot Darl’mat,
and the Bugatti “Tank” that won the
1937 Le Mans race. The Demonstra-
tion begins promptly at Noon witha presentation by Dr. Simeone onthe history of the cars being pre-sented and of the Le Mans race.
They start the cars up and show you
what they sounded like in their
day. Visit www.simeonemuseum.org
for ticket info and details.
The PhiladelphiaSongwriters Project2012 WinnersShowcase
The Philadelphia Songwriters Pro- ject presents the four winners for the 2012 Songwriters Competitionon Saturday,
at 8:30 p.m.at The Kimmel Center’s Common- wealth Plaza. Congratulations to
Kwesi Kankam, Joy Ike, Casey Cattie,
and Anthony D’Amato! As part of their prize pack the winners will
perform on the Commonwealth Plaza
stage, the first in a series of con-certs to take place throughout theregion. The Kimmel Center for thePerforming Arts presents a rich variety of free events this June,from pop art and jazz to education-al
sessions and children’s concerts. View the complete Free at the Kim-
mel calendar at www.kimmelcen-ter.org/free.
Free Day at Delaware Art Museum
June 23, 2012,
theDelaware Art Museum will host afree day to celebrate the openingof two exciting new exhibitions—“Once Upon a Time in Delaware/In
Quest of the Perfect Book” and “100
Works for 100 Years.” Regular ad-mission hours (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.)apply. Visitors are invited to meetcontemporary artist Nina Katcha-dourian at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday,
for a free discussion and
dessert reception. Reservations are
requested. Call 302-351-8506 toRSVP. The Delaware Art Museum,located at 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806, is open
Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m.
- 4 p.m. and Sunday noon - 4 p.m.For information, call 302-571-9590or 866-232-3714 (toll free), or visit www.delart.org.
Narberth Music and Arts Festival
Narberth’s Summer edition of theMusic and Arts Festival runs from2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday,
This free family event on Hav-erford Avenue will feature streetfood, drinks, and free live music allday. The adjacent Forrest Avenue will be transformed into “Artists Alley” with an eclectic mix of art-
ists and artisans showcasing a wide variety of unique handmade pieces.
For info, visit narberthonline.com.
Anime Marathon for Teens @ Parkway Central
Wednesday afternoons just gotcooler this summer at Parkway
Central. Join the library for itsfirstever Anime Marathon Wednes
day afternoons starting at 2 p.m. Mov-ies and episodes from your favor-ite Anime will be shown on the fol-lowing dates:
June 27, July 11,18, 25, Aug. 1, 8.
Parkway Cen-tral Library is located at 1901 VineStreet, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania19103. For info, call 215-686-5320,ask for Alex.
Online Jeopardy for Teens
Join Parkway Central Library on
28 and August 9
at 2 p.m. for asummer of fun with teen-inspiredonline Jeopardy contest. Answersand categories will be created by teens. Do you have the questions?Parkway Central Library is locatedat 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania 19103. For info, call215-686-5320, ask for Alex.
You can protect yourself and oth-ers from harm with information!Get the facts at a seminar of vitalimportance, “Be Safe: Informationand Resources for Protection froFinancial, Emotional, and Physica Abuse,” Wednesday,
6 - 8p.m. at Journey’s Way, 403 RectoStreet. The incidence of abuse ishigh—14% of adults 55+ havereported abuse and it is suspectethat many more incidents go unre-ported. Everyone is invited to thisprogram to learn how to prevenand respond to abuse in any form.
A panel of experts from CARIE (The
Coalition to Advocate for the Inter-ests and Rights of the Elderly), theFifth Police District, Journey’s Way Housing Counseling, PhiladelphiCorporation for Aging Protective
Services, and SeniorLAW Center wil
make presentations and take you
questions. You can also enjoy a ligh
dinner and a jewelry/ craft sale.This program is targeted for peo-ple of all ages and especially adults
55+, families, friends and neighbors.
The Center at Journey’s Way pre-sents this program in partnership with the Center for the Empower-
ment of Women with assistance from
Soroptimsts International, Rox-borough. An RSVP is necessary fodinner—call 215-487-1750, by Fri-day, June 22.
Architectural Walking Tours
The Preservation Alliance for Greate
Philadelphia continues its 2012season of award-winning Architec-tural Walking Tours. The Walk
ingTours run, rain or shine, Satur
daysat 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sundays at 2p.m. and Wednesdays at 6 p.m.Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 fostudents with ID, free for children10 and under accompanied by anadult. Reservations are not re
quired. Tours range from Center Cit
locales, including Society Hill anRittenhouse Square, to notableneighborhoods such as Fishtown,University of Pennsylvania, North-
ern Liberties and Spruce Hill. There
are also specialized themed tourssuch as Lewis & Clark in Philadel-
phia, Gilded Age Philadelphia, Clas
-sical Philadelphia, and Bankers’Heaven. Tours are led by a lively group of experienced and enthusi-astic volunteers from a wide range
of backgrounds who share a passion
for architecture, urban design an
social history. For tour descriptions
go to http://preservationalliance.com
events/walking_tours_descrip-tions.php. For info: tours@preser-
vationalliance.com or 215-546-1146
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