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2010 Sunflower Run Committee members, from left – Sr. Nancy Bonshock, SND of Media, Katie Nicholas of Newtown Square and Gail Willard of Brookhaven.

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he Academy of Notre Dame is sponsoring its annual Sunflower Run in memory of Aimee Willard ‘92 on Saturday, April 30, at Ridley Creek State Park in Section 17. The race is a 5K run or 2K walk. The cost is $25 for individuals and $60 for families of three or more and includes a t-shirt with pre-registration. Children under 10 are free. The event will feature music, refreshments and awards to be presented to the top runners in various age groups. Proceeds benefit the Aimee Willard ‘92 Scholarship Fund. The race will start at 9:00 a.m. with registration opening at 7:45 a.m. To pre-register online, visit http://www.ndapa.org/Sunflowerrun. The event is rain or shine. For information, contact Mary Ellen Keyser at 610-687-6561 or email mekeyser@ndapa.org.

Features Bradley Berman performing Boccherini’s Cello Concerto in B-flat Major he Delaware County Symphony will present the fourth concert of its full symphony series for the 2010-2011 season on Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 3 p.m. in the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas A. Bruder, Jr. Life Center at Neumann University, Aston, PA. Tickets are $15, $12 for seniors/students, and free for children 12 and under with paying adult admission. There is ample free parkThe featured soloist is Cellist Bradley ing and the Center Berman, a 16 year-old student in the is handicappedPennsylvania Leadership Charter accessible. School, University Scholars Program. The featured soloist is Bradley Berman winner of the Youth Concerto Competition. He will be performing Boccherini’s Cello Concerto in B-flat Major. Cellist Bradley Berman is a 16 year-old student in the Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School, University Scholars Program. He began playing the cello at the age of 5, and currently studies with Gloria dePasquale. Bradley is an Advanced Study Scholarship recipient at the Settlement Music School, and performs there as a member of the Braverman String Quartet. He is Principal cellist of both the Delaware County Youth Orchestra and the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra.
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Singer-songwriter Joe Crookston with special guest Patti Rothberg perform April 28 ansdowne Folk Club presents singer-songwriter Joe Crookston with special guest Patti Rothberg on Thursday, April 28. Held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA. Doors open at 6:45 p.m., event begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at door. For reservations or for information, call 610-622-7250, visit http://www.myspace.com/lansdownefolkclub, or email lfc.org@rcn.com. Joe Crookston’s performances are hard to forget. He stands on stage holding his Martin OM 28, stomping his foot, singing superb songs about St. Francis, ruby red dresses, drunk roosters, ex-slaves, window washers, Polish Immigrants, Tinian Island, rutabagas and the cycles of life & death. It is a night of story Songs and jamborees rolled into one! You will soon see why Joe was chosen as a Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Most-Wanted Artist, has performed on the main stage at the Kerrville Music festival in TX, and received a year-long songwriting grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to travel throughout New York State, interview local residents, and write songs based on his experiences. It’s been a good couple of years, and there is no stopping him now. His 2009 CD, “Able Baker Charlie & Dog” was awarded “Album of the Year” by the International Folk Alliance in Lansdowne Folk Club presents singerMemphis, TN. The Lansdowne Folk Club concert will be a songwriter Joe Crookston (above) with celebration of his brand new 2011 recording “Darkling & special guest Patti Rothberg (right) on the BlueBird Jubilee.” Listen to some of his music on his Thursday, April 28. website http://www.joecrookston.com/. Opening the show is Patti Rothberg. Patti Rothberg is an amazing singer-songwriter with a varied career. Since her major label debut in 1996, she has toured the world sharing the stage with the likes of the Black Crowes, the B-52s, Chris Isaak, Garbage, Aimee Mann and The Wallflowers. Her crowd-pleasing mix of pop, rock, and introspective lyrics have helped her sell half a million records worldwide and brought her much critical acclaim.

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April 20 – April 26, 2011

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Cynwyd Heritage Trail Groundbreaking
Members of the Friends of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail, the Neighborhood Club of Bala Cynwyd, Lower Merion Commissioners, Township staff many other dignitaries and volunteers who have supported the Cynwyd Heritage Trail will meet at Barmouth Station on Thursday, April 28 at 9 a.m. for a brief groundbreaking ceremony. Construction of the trail, which runs from Cynwyd Station to the Manayunk Bridge, is projected to be completed by the end of the year. Light refreshments will follow the ceremony. To RSVP or for information, contact Township Secretary Eileen Trainer at 610-6456145 or at etrainer@lowermerion.org.

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mances by Hugh Masekela and the South African group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

Singles Night at the Philadelphia Orchestra
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Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a concert Thursday, April 28, 2011, at The Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street on the Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, 5:30 p.m. Reception; 7:00 p.m. Lecture; 8 p.m. Concert, Verizon Hall. $65. Charles Dutoit Conducts “Greek Tragedy and Mythology.” For information and reservations, call Ralph Israel 1-610-348-5544. Couples and Singles Welcome.

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“Madeline and the Bad Hat,” an original musical based on the beloved children’s book, will be performed at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center on April 29 at 7:30 p.m. The muchloved story by Ludwig Bemelmans is brought to life on the stage by ArtsPower National Touring Theatre, one of the nation’s preeminent producers of professional theater for young audience members and their families. The production is approximately one-hour long. Tickets may be purchased online at www.udpac.org or by calling the box office at 610-622-1189. Tickets are $6 - $9. Inquire about membership to UDPAC and save $1 off each ticket. The performance takes place at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center located at 601 North Lansdowne Avenue in Drexel Hill, PA, minutes from the Main Line and Center City Philadelphia. The Performing Arts Center offers free parking and is wheel-chair accessible. Copies of the book “Claude and Camille” will be available for purchase and signing by the author following the presentation. Lansdowne Public Library is located at 55 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, PA 19050. For info call 610-623-0239. & Pâtés, along with other refreshments, at 2 N. Highland Avenue (off Bala Ave.), in Bala Cynwyd, PA. Come with an appetite! For info visit alecolefrancaise.com.

Bikes 101 Program

A program highlighting the basics of Bicycle purchasing, ownership and safety will be presented at the Haverford Township Free Library on Monday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. Jonathan Newman, owner of Havertown Bicycle Shop on Darby Road, will present the program Bikes 101. This informative program should be helpful for bikers of all ages who are ready to get out on the road this spring! Registration is not required but highly recommended by visiting www.haverfordlibrary.org and clicking on the Events Calendar to find this program. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For info, call Mary Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216.

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Women Networking
Women in Leadership and Service is hosting its second annual professional networking event on Thursday, April 28 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, Kennett Square, to raise scholarship funds for women students at West Chester University. The event is open to the public. In addition to a ticketed auction, attendees will be treated to demonstrations, tastings and recipes of three unique spring cocktails by the Philadelphia based bartending service, Swig Bartending. Tickets are $25 each and may be purchased by visiting wcupa.edu/ womenleaders.

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Local Gospel Choirs Open for Take 6
The a capella gospel group Quincy Jones calls “the baddest vocal cats on the planet” returns to the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts for a special one-night-only performance on Saturday, April 30 at 8:00 p.m. Three local gospel choirs will open the first half of the concert—Music Ministry Choir of Abundant Life Healing Fellowship, the Penn Alumni Gospel Choir and the St. Thomas Gospel Choir of the African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas. Tickets for Take 6 start at $20. For tickets or information, visit www.AnnenbergCenter.org or call 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Annenberg Center Box Office. This is the final performance of the 10/11 Annenberg Center African Roots series, which featured sold-out perfor-

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The Philadelphia Unit of the Herb Society of America will present its 72nd Annual Herb Sale on Thursday, May 12, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (rain or shine) on the meadow at Historic Yellow Springs, Art School Road, Chester Springs, PA. Thousands of herbs, including hard to find scented geraniums and salvias, heritage roses, native plants and herbal and garden gifts will be offered for sale. An herbal lunch may be reserved in advance for $15. (Checks payable to HSA Philadelphia Unit, P.O. Box 273, Chester Springs, PA 19425) The Herb Society of America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight in herbs through educational programs, research and sharing the experience with its members and the community. Proceeds from this sale will benefit such projects as the Medicinal Garden at Historic Yellow Springs, the Fragrant Garden at Tyler Arboretum, and the National Herb Garden in Washington DC. These gardens are maintained by Herb Society members and open to visitors. For information contact Barbara Chambers at 610-964-8823 or visit www.hsaphiladelphia.org. For added impact advertise your upcoming event in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Call 610-667-6623 for Great Rates!

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS
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Wetherill Ball
The Committee for the Philadelphia Art Alliance is presenting the Wetherill Ball on May 6, 2011. The Ball will begin with a cocktail reception at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, 251 South 18th Street, Philadelphia at 6 p.m. This will be followed by dinner, awards and lively party at Rittenhouse Hotel, 210 West Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. The evening will honor Lynne and Harold Honickman with the presentation of Award of Merit. Jane Golden will be honored with Medal of Achievement. Proceeds of the Ball will benefit Philadelphia Art Alliance, Contemporary Craft and Design. For information call 215-545-4302.

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Annual Spring Event
ElderNet will host its annual Spring Event, “Picnic in the Park,” May 1, 2011, at Appleford Estate in Villanova from 3 to 5 p.m. This year’s Spring Event will celebrate the successful first year of its Food Cupboard, located at the Ada Mutch Community Resource Center. This much needed resource has provided help to more than 450 residents of Lower Merion and Narberth. The good Neighbor Award will be presented to Karen Cunningham of Villanova, for her tireless efforts to help make ElderNet’s Food Cupboard so successful in its first year. The Church of St. Asaph, Bala Cynwyd, will receive special recognition for its ongoing efforts in collecting provisions for the Cupboard. Proceeds from the Annual Spring Event will benefit ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth, a non-profit community agency whose mission is to help older people remain living in their own homes with dignity for as long as safely possible. For information call 610-525-0706.

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Steppingstone Scholars, Inc. is presenting “Step into Spring 2011” May 7, 2011, at Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia at 7 p.m. The Special Evening will honor Connie Williams, a dedicated and passionate supporter since its launch in 1999. A Performance by Grammy Award Winning Singer-Songwriter John Legend is featured. Silent and live auctions will be held. Proceeds of “Step into Spring Benefit Spring 2011” will benefit Steppingstone Scholars, Inc. For information Claudia Gould, The Daniel W. Dietrich, II Director and the Board of Over- call 215-508-5150, ext. 22. seers at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania “Ambassadors for Humanity” Gala are presenting a Spring Benefit on May 4, 2011, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, 118 South 36th Street, Philadelphia, at 6 p.m. The The committee for USC Shoah Foundation Institute is presenting its Spring Benefit will honor Sheila Hick, and to celebrate fifty years of her “Ambassadors for Humanity” Gala on May 9, 2011, at Loews Hotel, 12th contributions to the arts. Proceeds from the Spring Benefit will support and Market Streets, Philadelphia at 6 p.m. The Gala will honor Brian L. ICA’s exhibitions and educational programs. For info, call 215-898-4980. Roberts, chairman and CEO of Comcast Corp., with the presentation of its 2011 “Ambassador for Humanity” Award. Special musical guest will Party in the Garden be Jon Bon Jovi. Proceeds from the Benefit Gala will benefit USC Shoah The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is presenting Party in the Garden, Foundation Institute. For information call 215-993-4666, ext. 106. May 4, 2011, at the Azalea Garden in Fairmount Park, between the 2011 PAL Award Philadelphia Museum of Art and Boathouse Row 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., rain or shine. Proceeds of Party in the Garden will benefit Signature Public The 2011 PAL Award Dinner Committee is presenting the 2011 PAL Landscapes. For information call 215-988-8800. Award Dinner and Auction on May 10, 2011, at the Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel at 5:30 p.m. The dinner will honor Ruben Amaro, Gesu School Celebration 2011 Jr., The Phillies; Daniel J. Hilferty, Independence Blue Cross; Jeffrey P. The Celebration Committee of the Gesu School is presenting “We the Scarpello, Esq., Penn-Del-Jersey Chapter, NECA, for giving back and People, in order to form a more perfect Union” on May 5, 2011, at the working for the greater good of Philadelphia. All proceeds from the PAL National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia. The Cele- Award Dinner will benefit all of the young people in the PAL program, bration will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails and dinner; 7:30 p.m. perfor- many of whom are growing up in disadvantaged areas of the city. For mance and awards; dessert and coffee 9:30 p.m. The evening will honor information call 215-291-9000, ext. 102. Rev. George W. Bur, S.J., Founding President of Gesu School, and Christine S. Beck, Second President of Gesu School, with the presentation of The Arts, Culture & Society Events Gesu Spirit Medal, for their extraordinary commitment to Gesu School. ONLY EVENTS THAT ARE CORRECTLY FORMATTED AND Proceeds of We the People will benefit Gesu School. For information call SUBMITTED VIA EMAIL – 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION 215-763-9077. DATE – WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR POSSIBLE PUBLICATION.

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ragon boat racer wannabe’s – or women out for a lark on a sparkling spring day – can try plunging a paddle into the Schuylkill River from a 40 ft. long, wooden dragon boat on Thursday evening, April 21 at 6:00 p.m., with the help of the Schuylkill Dragons (SD), a Philadelphia area women’s dragon boat club now actively recruiting new members. (You may have heard about dragon boat racing with the opening of the USA’s first indoor dragon boat practice pool earlier this year, at Main Line Health and Fitness Center in Haverford.) According to legend, dragon boat races began eons ago in China to remember the death of a local hero. More recently, they have taken hold as a sport all over the world. Even Kate Middleton, future bride of Prince William, is on a team. (On the night of the royal wedding, April 29, Schuylkill Dragon women will be donning their formal ‘bridesmaid’ dresses for a celebration paddle…) One of the Schuylkill Dragons’ two boats has a traditional Chinese dragon head and tail. Each boat holds 20 paddlers, plus a steerswoman and a drummer. For the recruitment outings, Schuylkill Dragon members will be paddling too, and provide instruction. Cost is $5. They’ll leave from the public dock, south of the Strawberry Mansion Bridge on Kelly Drive in Philadelphia. Ample parking is available on either side of the old Canoe House (now sealed off behind cyclone fencing). On Thursday the 21st, paddlers will gather afterward for happy hour at a Manyunk watering hole. SD women hail from Center City Philadelphia, out through the surrounding suburbs on both sides of the Delaware River and range in age from mid twenties to seventy. They paddle for the great upper body workout, just to be on the river, and for the camaraderie. Practices are rigorous, up to four times a week, April through October. Those who qualify for the SD racing team compete up and down the East Coast— from Canada to Florida, and maybe overseas, too. However, there are at least two local races each year open to all members. To reserve your place paddling a dragon boat or for info about joining the team, visit www.schuylkilldragons.org or www.meetup.com/SchuylkillDragons, or email Schuylkill.dragons@gmail.com.

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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation Hosts Blue Hydrangea Tea Party™
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he nation’s only foundation to provide financial support for patients being treated for ovarian cancer, Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation (MFOCF), announces the second anual Blue Hydrangea Tea Party™. The event will be held Saturday, May 7 from 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m at the Union League of Philadelphia and all procedes will benefit the Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation. Tickets are only $55 and can be purchased at www.mfocf.org. Philadelphia native and Springside School alum, Melanie Finley, was only 27 years old when she was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer. She fought the battle and is now in remission. However, her fight to help others going through the disease and educate young women about the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer, also known as the whispering killer, has just begun with the Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation. “When I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer I didn’t realize the how expensive treatment was going to be. Health Insurance does not cover all medical treatments and medical bills can become a huge burden and concern for patients,” says MFOCF Founder Melanie Finley. “My goal for the foundation is to eliminate the financial stress that patients go through while battling cancer. I believe when fighting cancer a patients top priority should be their health and not their finances. MFOCF tries relieve the financial burden and help the patient focus on their health.” The Blue Hydrangea Tea Party™ is a national campaign to encourage greater awareness of ovarian cancer. Each year, on the Saturday before Mother’s Day, women across the country gather in small groups to have tea and learn about the disease (http://bluehydrangeateaparty.org/). Guests are invited to wear a wild and wacky hat to the socially conscious soiree which includes a traditional high tea, Champagne, auction and BOC Productions fashion show with styles from Marlene’s of Collingswood NJ and Sponsored by Elliott-Lewis Corporation. In addition to an original hat design contest, a grand prize will be awarded to the best period piece, most glamorous and the best international flair hat reflecting a distinct cultural heritage. The Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation is a grassroots charitable organization that raises money for Ovarian Cancer awareness and provides direct financial assistance to young women who have been diagnosed with this disease. Each year more than 22,000 women are diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer and over 15,000 women will die. By helping young women become aware of ovarian cancer symptoms, Finley hopes to make a difference. For info, visit http://www.mfocf.org.

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Bradley was the 1st place recipient in the Tri-County Youth Festival Competition in both 2007 (Junior Division) and 2009 (Senior Division). In 2008 and 2009 he won competitions and later performed with the Kennett Symphony, the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra, and the Ambler Symphony. He has participated in Musicopia’s “Great Music, Great Houses” concerts, and in 2009 performed in the Atlantic Coast Opera Festival’s production of La Boheme. Also included in the program will be Soiree Musicale, Op. 9 by Benjamin Britton, and the ever popular Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36 by Peter Tchaikovsky. For information, call 610-879-7059 or visit www.dcsmusic.org.

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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer On Stage • Karen Gross, presents The Black Cat Cabaret, featuring Philadelphia’s best cabaret performers and comedians. In addition to singing and emceeing the evening, Karen will host Eddie Bruce, pianist/vocalist Tom Adams, and comedienne Jennifer Blaine, on Friday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Tin Angel, 20 South 2nd Street in Old City Philadelphia. For tickets ($15) or info, call 215-928-0770 or www.tinangel.com. Wine & Dining • 2312 Garrett, 2312 Garrett Road in Drexel Hill, PA, is a newly opened gastro-pub that offers ten taps featuring a changing assortment of craft beers along with a full menu of Pub favorites (see menu at www.2312garett.com. 2312 Garrett is located on Garrett Road near Lansdowne Avenue. The following Beer Events take place on: April 21 – Meet the Brewer, Frank Winslow of Yards Brewery, 7 - 10 p.m. Ask questions about how they make Yards beer and then keep your pint glass when you order one of the four featured Yards brews on tap that evening. April 26 – Meet Joe Sixpack (Don Russell, beer columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News), 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., hosting Beer 101, a class on seasonal beer, classic styles, Belgians, Germans, American craft breweries, and the ever-changing world of beer. Includes a showcase of 2312 Garrett’s favorite menu items for tasting family-style. For tickets ($35), reservations, or info call 610-626-9900, e-mail info@2312garrett.com or http://2312garrett.com/sixpack. Limited seating for this event. Holiday Dining • Avalon Restaurant, Italian BYOB at 312 South High Street in West Chester, PA, offers Easter brunch, Sunday, April 24, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Chef John Brandt-Lee’s three-course prix fixe menu includes antipasti, entree, and dessert. Complimentary Bloody Mary bar – BYOV (bring your own vodka). Cash only. For reservations or info, call 610-436-4100 or visit www.Avalonrestaurant.net. • Bistro St Tropez, 2400 Market Street, 4th Floor, Marketplace Design Center, offers Chef Patrice Rames’ three-course Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 24 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. for $25 per person, plus tax and gratuity. After brunch, each guest will pick an egg from Bistro’s “Easter Basket” for their chance to win dinner for two, brunch for four, a bottle of wine, or other prizes. For reservations or info, call 215-5699269 or visit www.bistrosttropez.com. • Brandywine Prime Seafood & Chops, 1617 Baltimore Pike in Chadds Ford, PA, offers Easter Brunch Buffet, 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., $27.95 per person, kids under 12 - $13.95, under 4 no charge. Easter Dinner Buffet, 4 - 7:30 p.m. served on the second floor, is $28.95 per person, kids under 12 - $14.95, under four no charge. For reservations or info, call 610-3888088 or online at www.brandywineprime.com. • Cantina Feliz, 424 South Bethlehem Pike in Fort Washington, PA, a new contemporary Mexican restaurant with full bar, offers a four-course Passover menu with a Mexican twist for $30 per person, plus tax & gratuity, available through April 24. Menu meets most Passover requirements, but is not Kosher. For reservations or info, call 215-646-1320 or visit www.cantinafeliz.com. Free on-site parking. • Dettera Restaurant and Wine Bar, 129 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, off offers Easter Supper, April 24, from 2 - 9 p.m. BYOB every Sunday or share a bottle from Dettera’s

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Karen Gross presents “The Black Cat Cabaret.” wine list. For reservations or info, call 215-643-0111 or visit www.dettera.com. • Le Castagne, 1920 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, offers Executive Chef Brian Wilson’s Passover Menu for lunch and dinner throughout the holiday. The menu pairs traditional Jewish cuisine with Italian influences. The restaurant can accommodate large groups and with an additional fee, patrons bring their own Kosher for Passover wine. For reservations, call 215-751-9913 or visit www.lecastagne.com. • Molly Maguire’s Irish Restaurant & Pubs, 197 Bridge Street in Phoenixville, PA 329 West Main Street in Lansdale, PA, offers Irish family fun on Sunday (including Easter and Mother’s Day), from 3 - 7 p.m. Both locations host a traditional Irish Session of live music and dancers along with a three-course Sunday Supper for $15.95. Special kids 12 years and under menu for just $1. No charge to attend the Sunday Session. For reservations or info, call 610-933-9550 for Phoenixville; 267-263-2109 for Lansdale or visit www.mollymaguirespubs.com. • Tavern 17, 220 South 17th Street in Philadelphia, offers a three course dinner, Sunday, April 24, from 3 - 10 p.m. Entrée options include: Stout Braised Lamb Sheppard’s Pie ($21), Crab-Crusted Salmon ($24), Roasted Airline Chicken Breast ($20), or Twin Roasted Tomatoes ($18). Dinners include choice of Soup or Tavern House Salad and dessert. For reservations or info, call 215-790-1799 or online at www.tavern17restaurant.com. • Zahav, 237 St. James Place in Philadelphia, offers Chef Michael Solomonov’s Passover Feast through Tuesday, April 26, at his modern Israeli restaurant. The Passover Mesibah Menu includes: Salatim and Hummus, served with handmade matzah; Matzah Ball Soup with smoked chicken and ramps; Gefilte Fish “Escabeche” with fiddleheads and artichokes; Hamachi carpaccio and tartare with beets and horseradish; Brisket “Mina” with coffee, morels and charoset jus; and Rose Hip Macaroons with pistachio frozen custard. For reservations or info, call 215-625-8800 or online visit www.zahavrestaurant.com. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow above format.

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What does “going green” have to do with the Constitution? Children and their families will learn about the responsibility of active citizens to care for the environment at the National Constitution Center’s Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 22, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival. This free event includes interactive activities, crafts, and programs featuring members of local, eco-friendly organizations. For info, call 215-409-6700 or visit www.constitutioncenter.org.

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NarbEarth Day is celebrating its 21th anniversary. This fun environmental fair for children and adults takes place on Saturday, April 23 from noon to 4 p.m., next to the Narberth Library on Windsor Avenue. Admission is totally free. This year, NarbEarth Day brings back the popular community yoga class, the petting zoo (from 2:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.), the children’s planting garden, and a raffle with prizes from local businesses. There will be swaps of used-and-in-good-condition toys and household goods. Food available for purchase. For info visit www.narberthcivic.org.

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Penn Museum invites visitors to an afternoon exploring the history of the ancient Roman Empire’s spectacular fighter—the gladiator. “Gladiator Day” features gladiatorial bouts and demonstrations, a gladiator lecture, gladiator-inspired arts and crafts, balloon art creations, a food demonstration, and Italian-inspired cuisine, on Saturday, April 23, from 1 to 4 p.m., throughout the galleries of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. A PECO World Culture Day, the Celebration is Free with Museum admission donation ($10 for adults; $7 for seniors [65+]; $6 for full-time students [with ID] and children [6-17]; free for Museum members, children under 6, and PennCard holders). Visit www.penn.museum or for general info, call 215-898-4000. Participate in art workshop activites and demonstrations at The Wayne Art Center’s Summer Art Camp Open House.

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rative relationships with donors, board members, volunteers, faculty, and colleagues. Among her many professional experiences, Mrs. Cullen served as vice president for development at St. Joseph’s University, director of development at Rosemont College, and development consultant at Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester, VT. Mrs. Cullen has strong ties to the Mercy community. She graduated from MMA, and she is thrilled to be back on campus. She shares that some of her fondest MMA memories center around “the wonderful spirit of the school… whether it was supporting the teams, plays, or a charitable cause.” Mrs. Cullen holds a bachelor’s degree from Rosemont College. She has served on the board of directors of Fox Chase Cancer Center; she currently is on the board of directors of Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning, Manchester, VT.

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The Joy of Intimacy can last a lifetime. Journey’s Way: Resources & Program for People 55+, 403 Rector Street, presents The Joy of Intimacy. These four workshops, two for men and two for women, will be led by an experienced public health educator. They will guide participants in understanding the difference between sexuality and sex, body changes throughout the life cycle, values clarification, relationships and intimacy and sexual health. Journey’s Way recommends that participants attend both workshops in their series if possible. The Joy of Intimacy for women will be Mondays, May 9 & 16, 1 - 3 p.m. The Joy of Intimacy for men will be Wednesday, May 11 & 18, 10 a.m. - Noon. There is no charge.

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ew Horizons Senior Center, located at 206 Price Avenue (United Methodist Church) in Narberth, will hold a Spring Open House on Thursday, April 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Attendees will enjoy a free sampling of the center’s recreational, educational, and wellness programs for the boomer generation and beyond- and partake of savory, healthy snacks. The Center invites the community-at-large to come see the center as a resource for themselves, their loved ones, friends and neighbors. Prospective members can enjoy a range of free services during the four-hour Open House. From 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. there will be free blood pressure and stroke screening, compliments of Lankenau Hospital and free chair massage for prospective members, compliments of Domi Hidalgo of Healing Touch Massage. The Mobile Office of State Senator Daylin Leach will be on site with information on benefit programs for seniors. Also from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., visitors can partake of free fitness mini-classes! Participants can stretch their muscles and relax their tension with: 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. Gentle Yoga; 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tai Chi; 12:30 to 1:00 p.m. PEPPI Exercise. This festive event will culminate in a Container Gardening Lecture and Demonstration, presented at 1:30 p.m. by Landscape Architect Janet Lorenz Miller. Door Prizes will be awarded at 2:30 p.m. and free refreshments, compliments of Trader Joe’s, Le Bus, Buy the Dozen, Narberth Café, and Delancey Street Bagels will be served during the event. Elissa Berardi, Executive Director of New Horizons and Shelley Leiner, Program Director, will be in attendance and are looking forward to greeting area baby boomers and other seniors who are interested in making new friends, visiting interesting places, and participating in a host of activities to stretch their minds, muscles, and fun. New Horizons, a non-profit organization established in 1976, offers a wide array of recreational and educational activities, including trips and hands-on computer classes. Wellness and supportive services include weekly grocery shopping assistance and Ask the Doctor and Stretch Your Dollar seminars. New Horizons is open Monday through Friday from 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. The center is housed in a beautiful wing of the United Methodist Church. It is the place to come to join lively, smiling boomers and other seniors, and to participate in book club, creative writing, chair massage, exercise classes, line dancing, and holiday luncheons. For information about New Horizons Senior Center, call 610-664-2366 weekdays 9:15 1:15, or visit www.newhorizonsseniorcenter.org.

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Overbrook Class of January 1956 Reunion West Philly Class of January 1951 Reunion
West Philadelphia High School Class of January 1951 is planning a 60th reunion at the Bala Golf Club on June 12, 2011. For information contact mommomsandra@aol.com or call 215-878-3633.

Overbrook High School class of January 1956 is having a 55 year reunion on Sunday, May 22, 2011 at the Bala Golf Club. For information, contact overbrookreunion56@comcast.net.

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At the reception are, from left – Honorable Marjorie O. Rendell, member of the Board of Directors; honoree Georges Perrier and Andrea Perrier of Chestnut Hill.. At the reception are, from left – Bob and Toni Garrison, of Moorestown, NJ; Carole and Joseph Shanis, of Rittenhouse Square. Arriving at the reception in the Verizon Lobby of the Kimmel Toni Garrison and Carole Shanis are Steering Committee CoCenter, and by the Eiffel Tower are – Selma and Samuel J. Savitz, Chairs. Committee members, of Bala Cynwyd. At the reception are, from left – Honorary Chair, H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest of Huntingdon Valley; Steering Committee and PIFA Board Committee Chair Louise H. Reed and Alan Reed of Villanova.

Attending the reception are, from left – Kay and Jerry O’Grady of Bryn Mawr; Honorary Chair H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest and Marguerite Lenfest of Huntingdon Valley.

Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts 2011
Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, inspired by the Kimmel Center, presented an “Opening Night Gala” on April 7, 2011, in Verizon Hall, at the Kimmel Center, Philadelphia. The Gala began with cocktails at 6 p.m. in Verizon Lobby, and guests could see the 81-foot Eiffel Tower in all its grandeur with 6,000 light bulbs, that performed with music. This was followed by a 7 p.m. performance. The Philadelphia Orchestra opened with the playing of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Kimmel Center president and CEO Anne Ewers then honored Chef Georges Perrier. Guests were then able to experience The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Pennsylvania Ballet, on stage together, in a newly choreographed performance of Stravinsky’s “Pulcinella.” The Performance was followed by Dinner by Wolfgang Puck in honor of Chef Georges Perrier. It featured a pre-dessert performance by Grounded Aerial. Honorary Chair was H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest. Steering Committee Co-Chairs were Toni Garrison, Despina F. Page, Louise H. Reed and Carole P. Shanis. Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts – a month-long collaboration of artistic expression and creativity featuring 130 arts and cultural organizations – is made possible through the incredible generosity and vision of the late Mrs. Lenore Annenberg. The city-wide Festival is a tribute to her.

Enjoying the reception are, from left – Edward G. Rendell, former Governor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, member of the Honorary Committee; Irene and Fred Shabel of Rittenhouse Square.

At the reception are, from left – David Devan, General Director Opera Company of Philadelphia, of Philadelphia; Anne Ewers, President and CEO, Kimmel Center, of Philadelphia; Fred Hagen of Furlong, PA; Honorary Chair, H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest of Huntingdon Valley.

About to take their seats for the performance are, from left – Vice Chairman, Kimmel Center Board of Directors, Harold A. Honickman and Lynne Honickman, of Rittenhouse Square; Marguerite and H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, Honorary Chair, of Huntingdon Valley.

Springtime Fashion Show and Luncheon
The Maternity Committee of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital presented a Springtime Fashion Show and Luncheon at Evviva Restaurant, 1230 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth, April 6, 2011. The Springtime Fashion Show featured fashions by Gingy’s Fashion Boutique in Malvern, modeled by committee members. Co-chairs were Hava Grunwald of Penn Valley and Linda Hunt, of Berwyn. All proceeds from the Springtime Fashion Show and Luncheon directly support patient services at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. REACH YOUR SUPPORTERS! Advertise Your Special Events in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! At Evviva Restaurant in Narberth, for the Springtime Fashion Show and Luncheon are, from left – Toni Muskett Caruso, Publicity Chair, of Haddonfield, N.J.; Hava Grunwald, Co-Chair, of Penn Valley; Marcelle Parrish, Maternity Board Member, of Malvern; Linda Hunt, Co-Chair, of Berwyn. Call 610-667-6623 for details.

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Maternity Committee Members of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Women’s Board that enjoyed the Springtime Fashion Show and Luncheon are, from left – Harriet Disston of Bryn Mawr; Kathleen McCoy of Villanova; Susan Goldberg of Philadelphia; Robin Williams of Villanova; Seena Copeland of Radnor.

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