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dath Israel of Merion Station
President Sally Barsh announces
Senator Bill Bradley as this
year’s featured speaker at the
annual Ida S. Mandell Memorial
Concert on Sunday, May 15, 2011,
made possible through the generosity of the
Samuel P. Mandell Foundation.
“Bill Bradley has been a national
leader for more than thirty years
and is well known for his hard work,
intelligence, candor and vision,”
offers Ms. Barsh. From winning an
Olympic gold medal in basketball
in the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo,
to representing New Jersey in the
United States Senate from 1979 to
1997, to running for President in
2000, Mr. Bradley exemplifies Ameri-
ca’s best qualities.
Bradley was a three-time All-Ameri-
can basketball player at Princeton
University and graduated with honors
in 1965 with a degree in American
History. He was awarded a Rhodes
Scholarship to Oxford University,
where he earned a graduate degree
after studying politics, philosophy
and economics.
Bradley went on to be a star pro-
fessional basketball player for the
New York Knicks from 1967 to 1977.
During that time the Knicks won
two National Basketball Association
championships (1970 and 1973). In
recognition of his contribution to
the sport, Bradley was elected to
the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982.
In the Senate Bradley concen-
trated on tax reform, global trade,
healthcare, water resources and
United States intelligence agencies, even as
he created the largest exchange program in
history between the United States and the
former Soviet Union. That program since
1993 has brought over 20,000 Russian,
Ukrainian, Kazakh, and other high school
kids to live with American families.
T
he powerful partnership
between Wynnewood-
based Living Through
Cancer and the Philadelphia
Affiliate of Susan G. Komen
for the Cure can best be de-
scribed in three simple words:
Circle Of Life. And, this
Mother’s Day, at the 2011
Susan G. Komen Philadelphia
Race for the Cure, this circle
will embrace tens-of-thousands
of people in its hope, while
simultaneously being infused
with funding to expand its
impact in the fight against
breast cancer.
For eight years, the two
non-profits, Living Through
Cancer and the Komen Phila-
delphia Affiliate have support-
ed each other in enriching...
empowering... and saving
lives touched by breast can-
cer throughout the Delaware
Valley. To date, Living Through
Cancer has received eight
grants from The Affiliate, and
with that funding they have been carrying out the Komen Promise to save
lives and end breast cancer forever.
Living Through Cancer is
rooted in the love and com-
passion of its President and
Co-Founder, John Luciano,
who lost his wife to metastat-
ic breast cancer in 1993. For
five years, Luciano endured
the trying journey of diagno-
sis, treatment, hopes and dis-
appointments as his wife
courageously battled the dis-
ease. He gained tremendous
insights about complimentary
services and support beyond
medical treatment that were
critical – but unavailable – for
cancer patients.
“At one point, the doctors
told us her blood count was
too low for the chemo to
work effectively and insisted
she have a transfusion,” said
Luciano. “Physically and
emotionally she was exhaust-
ed; the transfusion would
have been traumatic. I con-
tacted some doctors and
learned there was a dietary
solution that enabled us to raise her blood count to where it needed to be.”
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Champion Bradley to Merion Station
Senator Bill Bradley is this year’s featured speaker at
Adath Israel’s annual Ida S. Mandell Memorial
Concert on Sunday, May 15, 2011.
Lower Merion senior Erika Bar-David is collecting used instru-
ments for her Senior Project. The instruments will be distrib-
uted to needy Philadelphia Schools in collaboration with Maestro’s
Friends, a local non-profit that brings Philadelphia students to
LMHS Maestro the Lion Concerts. The drive runs from May 9
through May 30. Shown here are Erika Bar-David and pro-
gram mascot Maestro the Lion.
Empowering Our Community. Living Through Cancer. Racing for the Cure.
L
ower Merion High School senior Erika Bar-David is col-
lecting gently used instruments for her Senior Project.
The instruments will be donated to needy Philadelphia
schools in collaboration with Maestro’s Friends, a local
non-profit that brings Philadelphia children to the annual
Maestro the Lion concerts at LMHS.
Used Instrument Drive at
Lower Merion High School
Living Through Cancer Foundation President John Luciano (third from left) accepts a grant
award from the Komen Philadelphia Affiliate, from left – Ron Morris, Board Treasurer;
Barbara Orr, Board Secretary; Sloane Six, Board Member; Elaine Grobman, Executive
Director; Ann Ritter, Program Director/Grants & Public Policy.
See Used Instrument Drive on page 5 See Mandell Memorial Concert on page 4
Free Performance
Having spent the last year learning
the ropes from Pig Iron as their
apprentice company, No Face Per-
formance Group is preparing the
world premiere of its newest full
length piece, “DIME: The real his-
tory of so much stuff.” A totally rel-
evant parable of nuclear paranoia
and wartime normalcy filled with
harebrained science, flashing lights,
and childhood smart-assery, DIME
will be presented at NOSPACE, the
group’s studio/performance venue
in Fishtown located at 2315 E. Haz-
zard Street. Show dates and times
are as follows: Thursday, May 5 at
7 p.m.; Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m.;
Saturday, May 7 at 2 p.m. & 5 p.m.;
and Sunday, May 8 at 2 p.m. & 5
p.m. Tickets are free and can be
reserved at dime.eventbrite.com.
For info, call 651-210-2512 or visit
www.nofaceperformance.org.
First Friday Flick
Join director Christine Faris on Fri-
day, May 6 at 7 p.m. to see the new-
ly released DVD, “The King’s Speech,”
starring Academy Award winner
(Best Actor) Colin Firth, Geoffrey
Rush and Helena Bonham Carter.
The movie received four Academy
Awards, including Best Picture,
Best Actor, Best Director and Best
Screenplay—rated R for language.
Bring a sandwich, dinner, beverage/
snack to enjoy. Bring a sandwich,
dinner, beverage/snack to enjoy.
Haverford Township Free Library
is located at 1601 Darby Road Haver-
town, PA 19083. Contact Christine
at faris@haverfordlibrary.org for
info or call 610-446-3082, ext. 213.
Wayne First Friday
The Wayne Business Association
presents First Friday on May 6 and
June 3, 2011. Come see art, sam-
ple some wine and cheese, enter-
tainment, etc. and shop at stores
in downtown Wayne, while you dine.
Hours are 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public. For
information call 610-687-7698 or
visit www.waynebusiness.com.
Exhibit
The Great Frame Up in Wayne will
present “May First Friday,” a group
exhibition of works by Ted Ellis and
Carol Kardon. The show will feature
oil paintings, pastels, and pho-
tographs, and will be on display from
May 6 through May 31. An open-
ing reception with refreshments,
will be held on Friday, May 6 from
5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhibit and
reception are free and open to the
public. For info call 610-687-3060 or
visit www.mainlineframing.com.
Tenth Annual
Philadelphia Wine
Festival
“Philadelphia” magazine and the
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
present the Tenth Annual Philadel-
phia Wine Festival, benefiting The
Children’s Hospital of Philadel-
phia. The Philadelphia Wine Festi-
val will be held on Saturday, May 7
at the Philadelphia Marriott Down-
town at 1201 Market Street. The
Grand Tasting will take place from
6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $125/
person, available at 800-595-4TIX
or at www.philadelphiawinefesti-
val.com. There is also a VIP Tasting
with early entry at 5:00 for $225
per person, offering exclusive tast-
ings of selected rare wines served
only to VIP guests.
Special Conference
Session for Parents
Join the Delaware Valley Associa-
tion for the Education of Young Chil-
dren during its 2011 Early Educa-
tion Conference for a special ses-
sion for parents. Jacqueline Edelberg
and Susan Kurland will discuss the
inspiring story of how they trans-
formed and revitalized a Chicago
public elementary school, as docu-
mented in their book, “How to Walk
to School: Blueprint for a Neighbor-
hood School Renaissance.” Their
work shows how the energy and
determination of a group of parents
and a dedicated principal turned
around a struggling and challenged
school and created a thriving and
vibrant educational environment for
its young students. Their strategies
and lessons can be applicable to
schools and neighborhoods across
the country, given a committed team
ready to get to work. This session
will be held on Saturday, May 7,
2011, from 8:30 - 10 a.m., at the
Pennsylvania Convention Center,
1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA
19107. Cost is $20. For info visit
www.dvaeyc.org or call 215-893-0130.
Preparing for First
Triathlon Presentation
A program about how to prepare
for your first triathlon will be pre-
sented by triathlete, coach and
personal trainer, Mary Kelly at the
Haverford Township Free Library
on Monday, May 9 at 7 p.m. The
program will cover the basics about
equipment, clothing, nutrition and
training to get you started. The
library is located at 1601 Darby Rd.,
Havertown, PA. For information,
call Mary Shannon at 610-446-3082
ext. 216 or shannon@haverfordli-
brary.org, or visit www.haverfordli-
brary.org.
Free UFO Lecture
On Tuesday, May 10, at 6:30 p.m.
Bill Weber, MUFON State Section
Director, UFOs and Technology. Pro-
gram is Free, at Treddyfrin Town-
ship Public Library, 582 Upper Gulph
Road, Strafford PA 19087-2096,
Call 610-688-7092 for directions only.
Visit www.MainLineMufon.com, a
non profit educational organization
locally coordinated by Mutual UFO
Network State Section Director
Jennifer Stein, 610-613-0088.
Get the Facts
on Strokes
Strokes are the third leading cause
of death in the United States and a
leading cause of long-term disabil-
ity. Strokes can occur at any age.
Recognizing the symptoms and
getting immediate medical atten-
tion are crucial when someone is
having a stroke. Seconds count!
This informative program will edu-
cate people about strokes and symp-
toms, etc. Helene Lynn Rinylo, RN,
BSE – Coordinator for the Stroke
Program at Mercy Philadelphia
Hospital will speak on this topic at
Lucien E. Blackwell West Philadel-
phia Regional Library on Wednes-
day, May 11, 2011 at 6 p.m. Lucien
E. Blackwell West Philadelphia
Regional Library is located at 125
South 52nd Street, Phila., PA 19139
(corner of 52nd & Sansom Streets).
Don’t miss this opportunity! For
information call 215-685-7433.
Exhibit & Opening
“Alchemy and Intent,” the magical
combination of personal vision
and paint and print science, a new
exhibit of paintings and works on
paper opened on March 22, 2011 at
the Philadelphia Board of Ethics,
1441 Sansom St., 2nd floor. It will be
on display until May 31. Five art-
ists – Bobbie Adams, Rachel Citrino,
Linda Dubin Garfield, Pia De Giro-
lamo, and Tom Hlas – create abstract
works that present perspectives and
responses to their physical, emo-
tional, and social surroundings. The
public is invited to view the exhib-
it weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. There will be an Artists’ Re-
ception on May 12 from 5 to 7 p.m.
For information, visit www.smART-
businessconsulting.org.
Dance Party
On Friday, May 14, 2011, from 9
p.m. - 1 a.m. Frankie’s Cafe is hav-
ing a Dance Party, featuring music
from the 50s, 60s and 70s. The Hurri-
cane’s band, featuring the dynam-
ic Rick Penny and Gene Harlack.
Frankie’s Cafe is located at 25 S.
Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083.
For info call 610-449-4355, or visit
www.frankiescafe.net. Free admis-
sion.
Tri-State Jazz
Society Concert
Tex Wyndham and his Red Lion Jazz
Band will play for the Tri-State Jazz
Society on Sunday, May 15, 2011
from 2 to 5 p.m. The concert will
be at the First Unitarian Church,
730 Halstead Rd., Wilmington, DE
19803. The Red Lion Jazz Band has
been the Delaware Valley’s leading
revivalist Dixieland combo for 45
years. Half-price admission is $10,
available for first-time attendees and
members; general admission is $20.
High school and college students
with IDs and children accompanied
by a paying adult are free. Pay at
the door; there are no advance sales
or reservations. The church is 2 miles
south of the PA state line and one
block off US-202. For info call 856-
720-0232 or visit www.tristatejazz.org.
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Parade of Antique Carriages promises to please at the Winterthur Point-
to-Point. The spectacular parade of antique carriages, a tradition as old
and honored as the Winterthur Point-to-Point itself, will be featured at 1
p.m. at this year’s event on May 8. Led by George A. “Frolic” Weymouth,
the annual parade is the largest collection of true vintage carriages and
coaches to assemble yearly in the United States. With more than three
dozen carriages from across the country and England, the parade will
include coaches, phaetons, park drags, runabouts, carts, and wagonettes.
The procession will arrive at Winterthur after traveling through the hills
of the Brandywine Valley to parade before the crowd (course conditions
permitting), adding history and spectacle to the daylong festivities of
steeplechase racing and tailgating. For info, visit winterthur.org/ptp.
Marian Anderson Award Gala
The 2011 Marian Anderson Award Gala will be held May 10, 2011 in
Verizon Hall, The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, at 8:30 p.m.
The Gala will honor Mia Farrow, with the presentation of the 2011 Marian
Anderson Award for her outstanding humanitarian leadership. There
will be a special Tribute Performance with The Philadelphia Orchestra,
Maestro Cristian Macelaru and Judith Jamison, Host. The musicians of
The Philadelphia Orchestra are generously donating their services for
the concert. For information call 215-893-1837.
The Secret Gardens
The Secret Gardens Committee of The Shipley School is presenting The
Shipley School Secret Gardens 37th Annual Tour on May 11, 2011, from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. View eight extraordinary gardens along the Main Line
located in Gladwyne, Bryn Mawr and Villanova. A Garden Luncheon, from
11:30 am. to 1:30 p.m., will be held at the Appleford Estate in Villanova.
Also at Appleford, there will be a tour of the “Art from the Gardens”
exhibit with local fine artists’ works featuring the sketched gardens. The
Shipley Green Thumb booth as well as other vendors will feature plant,
jewelry and accessories for purchase at Appleford, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Proceeds from the secret gardens benefit The Shipley School. For infor-
mation call 610-525-4380.
Volunteers Honored
Main Line Meals on Wheels will honor its volunteers at an appreciation
luncheon May 12, 2011, at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625 Mont-
gomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr, at 1 p.m. in the afternoon. At this annual
event, more than 200 volunteers are thanked for their contributions of
time and gasoline that are the backbone of the Main Line Meals on
Wheels program. Special recognition will be given to the recipient of the
Charlie Cook Volunteer of the Year award. For info, call 610-688-8170.
Ragsdale Revival
Woodmere Art Museum Store presents Ragsdale Revival with local artist
Amy Ragsdale, May 15, 2011, from 12 - 3 p.m. One can have their jew-
elry accessed for restoration, redesigning or release. Admission is $20
($10 of it can be applied toward cleaning/restoration.) Woodmere Art
Museum is located at 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia. Museum
and store hours are Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday,
10 a.m. to 8:45 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. For information to register, call Lori Hines in the Museum Store at
215-247-0476.
Laurel Hill Historic Mansion Tea
Women for Greater Philadelphia are cordially inviting friends to Tea in
their Historic Mansion, May 15, 2011, from 2 to 4 p.m. Hats request-
ed. Jason Lovelace will play chamber music on the piano forte. Donation
is $25 per person, for the benefit of Laurel Hill Mansion preservation.
For information call 215-535-2441.
“DOC” Thomas Golf Classic
Haverford School’s 23rd Annual “DOC” Thomas Classic, will be held
May 16, 2011, at Rolling Green Golf Course, Springfield, PA. Playing for
the John L. “DOC” Thomas ’23 Trophy and The Patrick C. Laughlin ’86
Memorial Trophy. A Sponsors’ and Players’ lunch will be held at 11 a.m.;
shotgun start at 12:30 p.m., and cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres and
awards at 5:30 p.m. Proceeds from the Golf Classic will be allocated to
both John L. “DOC” Thomas ‘23 Memorial Scholarship Fund and The
Haverford School Athletic Endowment Fund. For information call 610-
642-3050.
“An Evening in Franklin Square”
The event committee is presenting its third annual “An Evening in Franklin
Square” May 19, 2011, at Franklin Square, 6th and Race Streets, Phila-
delphia. A Governor’s Cup Mini Golf Tournament will held at 4:30; cock-
tails and silent auction at 5:30 p.m.; dinner, live auction and dancing at
7 p.m. Garden Party Attire. All proceeds from “An Evening in Franklin
Square” benefit Franklin Square. For info call 215-629-5801 ext. 207.
Chanticleer Tour
Radnor Conservancy is presenting a private tour of Chanticleer Home
and Gardens May 19, 2011 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (rain date June 1,
2011) Following the tour, a wine and cheese will be held on the patio
overlooking the grounds. Refreshments will be provided. The tour is
free, but donations to the Conservancy are welcome. Space is limited.
For information call 610-688-8202.
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ince 2003, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging has held
an arts celebration marking Older Americans Month in
May. This year, PCA’s “Celebrate Arts and Aging” features
three exhibits of works by older artists
(age 55+); musical performances by sen-
iors; special senior discounts to museums,
theaters and concerts; and art classes
and workshops.
The public is invited to a reception where
they can meet the artists and see works
on display, May 4 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
at the Free Library of Philadelphia, Central
Branch, 1901 Vine Street. Following the
reception May 4, the Creative Arts and
Aging Network will hold a panel discus-
sion at the Free Library, exploring the
creativity of older artists and art-related
programs for seniors from 6 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. Admission is free. The exhibit will
be on display throughout the month.
Two other venues are displaying sen-
ior artworks throughout May: Philadel-
phia Senior Center, (PSC) 509 South Broad
Street; and Center on the Hill...the place
for active adults, at 8855 Germantown
Avenue, adjacent to the Presbyterian
Church of Chestnut Hill. An artists’ recep-
tion will be held at PSC on May 13 from
4 p.m. - 6 p.m.; Center on the Hill will host a reception May
31 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. All three receptions, and the art
exhibits, are free and open to the public.
This will be the first year the Free Library has served as
a venue for one of the Celebrate Arts & Aging exhibits,
according to Joan Zaremba, director of marketing and cor-
porate relations for PCA.
“We’re very pleased that the Free
Library is one of our exhibit spaces this
year,” Zaremba said. “One of our prima-
ry goals is to showcase creative works
by seniors, and having a public space
like this is wonderful.”
“Over the past eight years of holding
this celebration, we’ve found a fasci-
nating diversity among the artists,”
Zaremba said. “Some are professionals
who have made a living from their art,
while others have only discovered late
in life that they have truly exceptional
artistic abilities. Those are the most
inspirational—people who, after retir-
ing, took a class in painting or sculp-
ture and found a whole new aspect of
themselves.”
Throughout May, museums, theaters,
and cultural venues are offering special
discounts for seniors of 25% off or more.
Classes and workshops for seniors are
taking place at venues throughout the
city.
Throughout the month, updated
information on “Celebrate Arts and Aging” activities will
be available at www.phillyfunguide.com/celebrate; or from
the PCA Helpline at 215-765-9040.
Bradley has authored six
books on American politics,
culture and economy. His
latest book is New American Story, a narrative of our times from the vantage point of cur-
rent politics and the ideas needed to fulfill America’s promise.
This year’s Mandell Concert Co-Chairs are Mindy Cohen and Miles Herman, Melissa and
Stuart Margulies, and Jill and Eric Weitz. According to Ms. Margulies, “Senator Bradley is
a national icon as statesman, public servant, author, Rhodes Scholar, champion, and Olympian.
We are delighted to be able to bring him to Adath Israel in support of our most important
annual fundraising initiative to share his vision, perspective and points of view that promise
to deliver what we think will be the inside scoop.”
In addition to the co-chairs, principal event sponsors in-
clude Susanna Lachs and Dean Adler; Klehr, Harrison, Harvey,
Branzburg, LLP; Kristin and Michael Karp; Evelyn Tabas
and Family; Suzanne and Jeffrey Gross; and Sage Financial.
Dinner, dessert, program book sponsorships, ads and
tickets are available by calling 610-934-1919 or visiting
www.adathisrael.org. Adath Israel is located at 250 N. High-
land Avenue, Merion Station, PA.
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paths located within the park. This
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schools collaborate to create hand-made renditions of Penn-
sylvania’s forests. Students make the plants, trees and set-
ting, then fill the scene with birds, mammals and reptiles
that inhabit the woods.
Lacey Morgan’s third-grade class at Penn Valley created
a tree with accompanying wildlife for display in the Earth
Day forest at Waverly.
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ed. “We researched the lists of Pennsylvania trees and
voted to create a Flowering Dogwood. Students chose the
birds and animals they wanted to make and others worked
on the trees and leaves. We worked on the project for a
month as part of a non-fiction research project.”
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p.m. and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. from May through October.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students with ID, free for
children 10 and under accompanied by an adult. Reserva-
tions are not required.
Tours range from Center City locales, including Society
Hill and Rittenhouse Square, to notable neighborhoods such
as Fishtown, Girard Estate and Chestnut Hill, to suburban
enclaves such as Haddonfield. There are also specialized
themed tours such as the popular “Littlest Streets” and “Art
Deco Philadelphia.”
The 2011 Walking Tour season will also once again feature
a tour for Jane’s Walk USA, an annual commemoration of
the birthday of the great urban thinker Jane Jacobs (1916-
2006), by holding a brief ‘birthday party’ followed by a free
guided walking tour of Old City, on Saturday, May 7, 2 p.m.,
at the benches at the end of Elfreth’s Alley on N. 2nd Street.
Tours are led by a lively group of experienced and enthu-
siastic volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds who
share a passion for architecture, urban design and social
history. Their passion and knowledge has enhanced under-
standing of the region’s architectural heritage for thousands
of participants and has received awards and accolades. Phila-
delphia magazine honored the walking tours with a 2008
“Best of Philly” Award, noting they are the “best reason to
take a walk.”
For tour descriptions go to http://preservationalliance.com.
For information email tours@preservationalliance.com or
215-546-1146 ext. 3.
The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia active-
ly promotes the appreciation, protection, and revitalization
of the Philadelphia region’s historic buildings, communities,
and landscapes.
AR C HI T E C T U R A L WA L K I N G TOU R S
Includes a Birthday Party for Urban Activist Jane Jacobs
By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer
Mother’s Day Dining – Sunday, May 8, 2011
• Avalon Restaurant, 312 South High Street in West Chester,
PA., offers a three-course prix fixe brunch and dinner. Brunch
starts at $30 per person, does not include beverages, tax
or gratuity. Includes complimentary Bloody Mary Bar. BYOV
– bring your own vodka. Dinner is $45 per person, not in-
cluding beverages, tax and gratuity. Kids menu available.
Outside dining, weather permitting. For reservations (nec-
essary) or info, call 610-436-4100 or visit http://avalon-
restaurant.net/.
• Bistro St. Tropez, 2400 Market Street, 4th Floor, Market-
place Design Center, offers Chef Patrice Rames’ three-course
family friendly Mother’s Day Brunch 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at a
cost of $25 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For reserva-
tions or info, call 215-569-9269 or www.bistrosttropez.com.
• Cantina Feliz, 424 South Bethlehem Pike in Fort Wash-
ington, PA, a new, contemporary Mexican restaurant with
a full bar, offers Chef Tim Spinner’s brunch at 11:30 a.m.
The restaurant is family-friendly and offers a little amigos
menu with Mac ‘n cheese tacos; peanut butter, jelly and
fluff quesadillas, and more. For reservations (necessary)
or more info, call 215-646-1320 or visit online at www.canti-
nafeliz.com.
• Dettera Restaurant and Wine Bar, 129 East Butler Avenue
in Ambler, PA, offers Mother’s Day brunch from 11 a.m. - 3
p.m. with a complimentary kid-friendly menu. Children 10
years and under eat for free with the purchase of an entree.
Dinner guests choose from Dettera’s new spring menu along
with a variety of Mother’s Day dinner specials with live piano
music from 4 - 8 p.m. BYOB on Mother’s Day and every
Sunday or share a bottle from a wine list of over 100 premium
wines. For reservations or info, call 215-643-0111.
• Le Bec Fin, 1523 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, offers
Mother’s Day Brunch and its famous dessert cart for $60/per-
son, from 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. For reservations (a must) or
info, call 215-567-1000 or online at www.lebecfin.com.
• Morton’s King of Prussia in the Court at King of Prussia
Mall, 640 West Dekalb Pike, offers a special Menu for $59 per
person, 1 - 9 p.m. For reservations or info, call 610-491-1900
or online at www.mortons.com/kingofprussia.
• Morton’s Philadelphia, 1411 Walnut Street, offers a spe-
cial Menu for $59 per person, 3 - 9 p.m. For reservations or
info, call 215-557-0724 or visit www.mortons.com/philadel-
phia.
• Omni Hotel, Independence Park, 401 Chestnut Street in
Philadelphia, a four-diamond European-style luxury hotel
that offers elegance and style at its best, offers Mother’s
Day Brunch in the Azalea Restaurant from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at $49.95 per person, children ages 4 -10 are $21.95. For
reservations (a must) or info, call 215-931-4270.
• The Philadelphia Belle, Pier 3 at Penn’s Landing in
Philadelphia, a 65-foot tall, nearly 262 foot long paddle-
wheel-style riverboat offers a Mother’s Day cruise Brunch
Buffet. Board at 10:30 a.m., Sail from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at a cost
of Adults $42.90, Children (4-12) $21.48, Children up to 3
years old are free. For reservations or info, call 888-868-7764,
215-717-1600 or online at www.philadelphiabelle.com.
• Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel, 1701 Locust Street in
Philadelphia offers a Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet, 10 a.m. -
3 p.m., (last seating at 3 p.m.), at a cost of $30 per person,
$15 children (3-12) (includes a glass of Champagne or
mimosa for your mother). For reservations or info, call
215-790-7758. Self Parking is available at $8.00 per vehicle.
• The Radnor Hotel, 591 East Lancaster Avenue in St.
Davids, PA, offers Mother’s Day Best of the Main Line
Champagne Sunday Brunch, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Adults $35.95,
Children 5-12 $17.50, Children under 5 free. Excludes tax
and gratuity. For reservations (required) or info, call 610-
341-3188. Parties over 11, call 610-341-3145.
• Thirteen, inside the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown,
1201 Market Street, offers a Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch,
from 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., at a cost of $32.95 adult and
$16.50 children under 12, plus tax and gratuity. Discounted
valet parking is also available. For reservations or info, call
215-625-6795 or visit www.13AmericanInspiredCuisine.com.
• Trax Restaurant & Cafe, 27 West Butler Pike, an Ameri-
can BYOB in the old train station in Ambler, PA, will open
on Mother’s Day for the first time, offering Chef Steven
Waxman’s three-course prix fixe menu, 2 - 7 p.m. Outside
dining available, weather permitting, for $45 per person plus
tax and gratuity. Children’s menu available. Bring your
own bottle—no corkage fee. For reservations or info, call
215-591-9777 or visit www.traxcafe.com/reservations.html.
• Verdad Restaurant, 818 West Lancaster Avenue in Bryn
Mawr, PA, offers Chef Nicholas Farina’s Endless Brunch Buffet
from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., with a whole roasted suckling pig and
stations featuring turkey, prime rib, omelets and frittatas
at a cost of $24 per person, plus tax & gratuity. For reser-
vations or info, call 610-520-9100 or visit www.verdadrestau-
rant.com.
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N
ew Horizons Senior Center invites adults age 55-plus to
celebrate the Mother’s Day holiday with a full-course,
catered lunch and special entertainment at its Narberth
facility at 206 Price Avenue on May 6. Attendees will enjoy
chicken breast with lemon sauce or baked tilapia, prepared
by chef John DiPrimio of Narberth Café, and homemade
desserts baked by senior center members.
The entertainment will kick off the event at 11:15 a.m. with
a program by Gladwyne Elementary School. Music teacher
Rebecca Jones will lead her first grade students in a joyful
program of song and verse. The children will present each
senior with a handmade Mother’s Day gift. The program
will culminate with a Spring Fashion Show, featuring New
Horizons members sporting their favorite seasonal outfits.
The fee is $10. Sign-up is requested by May 4.
Call 610-664-2366 to join in the festivities, and to request
the center’s monthly program schedule. New Horizons
offers a host of programs and services for adults age 55-
plus. Activities include exercise classes, computer tutorials,
day trips, book club, line dancing, bridge, medical seminars,
grocery shopping assistance, chair massage, and creative
writing class. Visit newhorizonsseniorcenter.org for infor-
mation. Or, stop by the center weekdays 9:15 a.m. - 1:15
p.m. to sample the opportunities for fun, friendship, fitness,
and learning for the boomer generation and beyond.
NEW HORI ZONS SENI OR CENTER CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY
Dance Party at Frankie’s Café
On Friday, May 14, 2011, from 9 p.m. - 1 a.m., Frankie’s Café is having a Dance Party, featuring music from the 50s, 60s and 70s. The Hurricane’s
band, featuring the dynamic Rick Penny and Gene Harlack. Frankie’s Café is located at 25 S. Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083. For information
call 610-449-4355, or visit www.frankiescafe.net. Free admission.
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M
embers of the country’s oldest male sing-
ing group, The Orpheus Club of Philadel-
phia, will entertain guests at The Highlands’
estate, in Fort Washington, on Sunday, May 15.
The Highlands garden will open at 4:30, and
the concert will begin at 5. Guests may bring
a picnic supper and blanket or chairs but, in
event of rain, the concert will be held inside
the mansion.
Admission is $10, and reservations are requir-
ed by May 12 and
can be made by
calling 215-641-
2687. The High-
lands is located
at 7001 Sheaff
Lane & Skippack
Pike (#73), where
there is ample,
free parking.
This year the
renowned Philadelphia men’s chorus will celebrate 139 years of performing concerts at
major venues. In December 1873, members sang two numbers in a program marking the
Centennial of the Boston Tea Party. They also quickly established a tradition of perform-
ing for charity when they gave an open-air concert at Belmont Mansion, to benefit Children’s
Hospital the same year.
Orpheus has been assisted by notable guest artists, including Victor Herbert (violin-
cellist, 1896), Pablo Casals (cellist 1904) and many others. Over the years, Orpheus has
maintained a high order of excellence in its vocal soloists, as well as orchestral performers.
This performance will be at The Highlands, an 18th century mansion, situated on 44-
acres which include a two-acre formal garden and nine outbuildings. For directions, visit
www.highlandshistorical.org or call 215-641-2687.
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Members of the country’s oldest male singing group, The Orpheus Club of
Philadelphia, will entertain guests at The Highlands’ estate, in Fort
Washington, on Sunday, May 15.
Spring Bloom Festival
The Philadelphia area’s premiere garden showcase for Azaleas and
Rhododendrons. The month of May is our time to shine! Come visit us
during our Spring Bloom Festival of brilliant color and dappled shade.
at Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens in Devon
And come see Wind through the Trees before it’s over!
An outdoor sculpture exhibion of sound and moon, now
through June 2011. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind exhibion,
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TRI-COUNTY CONCERTS
EME RGI NG ART I S T S SE RI E S
DUFFY ARTS CENTER - MALVERN PREPARATORY SCHOOL • 418 S. Warren Ave., Malvern
Sunday, May 15 • 2:30 p.m.
Meet the Artist at a Complimentary
Post-Concert Reception
Tickets at door: $18, seniors $12, students & children free
For reservations & directions call 610-649-2517 or visit www.tricountyconcerts.org
VIOLINIST BENJAMIN BEILMAN
TRI-COUNTY CONCERTS
EME RGI NG ART I S T S SE RI E S
Winner of the prestigious
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The Ida S. Mandell Memorial Concert 2011
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250 N. Highland Avenue
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he Kimmel Center presents a full fledged Mother’s Day
Weekend Celebration that includes performances of
modern dance and rock and roll hits. Philadanco puts new
choreographic work in the spotlight May 6 - 8 in Perelman
Theater with the Philadelphia premiere of Ray Mercer’s
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, based on the controversial
1967 film. Jerry Blavat shakes things up in Verizon Hall with
a venerable line up of rock and roll, R&B, doo-wop greats
showcasing Philly natives, The Orlons, The Tymes, Frankie
Avalon, among others for a Mother’s Day Musical Spectacular
on May 8.
Beloved for its dazzling, visceral style and devotion to
promoting African-American traditions in dance, Philadanco
performs the works by stellar contemporary choreographers,
including the Philadelphia premiere of Ray Mercer’s Guess
Who’s Coming to Dinner, Milton Myers’ Violin Concerto,
Christopher Huggins’ Cottonwool and the classic Philadel-
phia Experiment by Philly native and hip-hop choreographer
Rennie Harris. Performance times vary for spring dance
recitals held on Friday through Sunday, May 6 - May 8, 2011
in Perelman Theater. Following the May 6 performance,
Philadanco will participate in an Artist Chat moderated by
the company’s Founder and Artistic Director, Joan Myers
Brown, on the Perelman Theater stage.
Legendary radio personality Jerry Blavat returns to the
Kimmel Center with his Mother’s Day Musical Spectacular
on Sunday, May 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in Verizon Hall. Backed
by a group of star performers, the Geator with the Heater
presents a nostalgic night filled with ‘60s rock and roll. Blavat
is joined on stage by former teen idol Frankie Avalon, Jay
Black (“This Magic Moment”), Kenny Vance & The Plano-
tones (“Looking for an Echo”), The Tymes (“So Much in
Love”), and The Orlons (Philadelphia natives responsible
for “Don’t Hang Up”). Free at the Kimmel kicks off at 6 p.m.
with a free pre-show dance party. DJ Mark the Spark spins
classic tunes in Commonwealth Plaza prior to and immedi-
ately following the Mother’s Day Musical Spectacular (tick-
eted) event in Verizon Hall.
For information visit www.kimmelcenter.org.
Celebrate Mother’s Day Weekend with Philadanco Spring Recital and
Jerry Blavat Mother’s Day Musical Spectacular, May 6 - 8
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isitors can enjoy a memorable Mother’s Day at the
Brandywine River Museum, with free admission until
noon, breakfast on the Brandywine in the Museum restau-
rant, plus a native plant sale where Mom can choose her
own gift.
The Museum offers free admission on Sunday mornings
from 9:30 a.m. to noon, and Mother’s Day is no exception.
Visitors can tour the galleries and see the unparalleled col-
lection of works by three generations of Wyeths and fine
collection of American illustration, still life and landscape
painting. The exhibition, Barry Moser: Bookwright, on view
through May 22, features engravings and watercolors by
the award-winning artist.
Visitors can enjoy breakfast with a view in the Museum’s
cafeteria-style restaurant, with floor-to-ceiling windows and
breathtaking views of the Brandywine River. The cost of
$5 per person includes juice and coffee, tea or milk. A
child’s breakfast is also available for $3.50.
The annual Wildflower, Native Plant and Seed Sale is a
great place to let Mom choose her own gift. Native plants
are a great way to “go green” because they are adapted to
the local growing conditions and require less water and
intensive care in the garden. Many varieties will attract
songbirds, hummingbirds and butterflies and are as useful
for strengthening our local ecosystem as they are low-main-
tenance additions to the garden. Conservancy staff mem-
bers and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions
and give advice. Admission to the sale is free. All proceeds
benefit the Conservancy’s diverse and beautiful Wildflower
and Native Plant Gardens that surround the Brandywine
River Museum. For information about the sale or becoming
a garden volunteer at the Brandywine Conservancy, con-
tact Mark Gormel at 610-388-8327.
The Brandywine River Museum is located on U.S. Route
1 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The museum is open daily,
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $6 for
senior citizens and students, and free for children under
six and members. Group rates are available with advance
reservations. For information, call 610-388-2700 or visit
www.brandywinemuseum.org.
(Note: Admission will be charged on Sunday, May 30, for
the 40th Annual Antiques Show. All proceeds benefit the
Museum Volunteers’ Acquisition Fund, which has contributed
more than 200 paintings, drawings and prints to the Museum’s
holdings.)
Make Mother’s Day Special with a Visit to the
Brandywine River Museum
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for a day of activities and information geared at people aged 50 and older. Workshop topics will include: legal, finance, insurance, housing, employ-
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event is free, but please RSVP and receive a free lunch by calling 215-879-2452 or visit eventrsvp@pasenate.com.
The Haverford School Middle
School will perform “James
and the Giant Peach” on May
6 at 7 p.m. and May 7 at 2
p.m. in Centennial Hall. The
cast includes, front row, from
left – Agnes Irwin School
eighth-grader Meredith Rupp
as “Ladybug,” and Haverford
School students eighth-grader
Otis Baker as “James Trotter,”
seventh-grader Alec Tyminski
as “Earthworm,” eighth-grader
Devin Wilkins as “Glow-worm;”
back row – seventh-grader
Eric Volpert as “Centipede,”
eighth-grader Manav Khandel-
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and eighth-grader Kory Calicat
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“Jurassic Park” character, will give a free talk about many people’s favorite extinct ani-
mal on Tuesday, May 17, at the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Horner, who has made major strides in understanding dinosaurs through modern biology,
will discuss “Dinosaurs: How to Get Rid of Some Old Ones and Make Some New Ones.” The
public is invited to a 6:30 p.m. reception, followed by the presentation at 7 p.m. Seating is
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Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Mont., Horner stud-
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Using bone histology (microanatomy) and comparative morphology, Horner recently has
provided evidence that there were actually fewer dinosaur species than previously thought.
He has discovered numerous dinosaur species, including, in the mid-1970s, the nesting
site of a new dinosaur genus he and his co-discoverer named Maiasaura or “Good Mother
Lizard.” The site contained the first dinosaur eggs found in the Western Hemisphere and pro-
vided the first clear evidence that some dinosaurs cared for their young.
Horner served as the technical advisor for the “Jurassic Park” films and was the partial
inspiration for one of the lead characters, Dr. Alan Grant.
Horner’s presentation is the Academy’s annual Cheryl Beth Silverman Memorial Lecture
and is co-sponsored by the International Exploration Society.
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ground, the middle income group ate a bowl of rice and
beans and sat at regular tables and chairs, and the high in-
come group ate what they
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was treated specially. Student
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about hunger and how every-
one should keep themselves
informed and involved in the
issue; then guest speaker
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about what it really means
to be hungry and food-inse-
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Philadelphia, specifically
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“That diet didn’t save her life, but it added dignity and solace
to her journey... it gave her strength to keep fighting,” Luciano
continued. “This is why Living Through Cancer exists... to
help cancer patients and their caregivers manage life-chang-
ing issues that result from a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Our philosophy is that those fighting this battle need a safe
haven and dignified environment in which to receive prac-
tical answers to their questions, solutions to their specific
needs, and empowerment to maintain their self-esteem and
a quality of life that is rightfully theirs.”
“If you consider our two names, ‘Living Through Cancer’
and ‘for the Cure,’ it’s clear why we provide such critical
support for each other,” said Elaine I. Grobman, Executive
Director of the Komen Philadelphia Affiliate. “Yes, Komen
is fighting for that ultimate cure, but until that happens, our
mission is every bit about empowering people to live in a
world with breast cancer providing the education, early de-
tection and support services that better the odds of survival
as a person lives through a breast cancer diagnosis. Living
Through Cancer’s service advances that mission.”
“Moreover, their devotion to providing equality of care to
all people regardless of sex, age, ethnicity or economic con-
straints is right inline with The Affiliate’s outreach,” Grobman
continued. “Together, we are breaking down barriers and
building bridges to hope and healing.”
The Affiliate believed in the Living Through Cancer vision
from the moment it was founded in 2001. With tremendous
support from his wife, Roberta, Luciano has grown it into
an organization that reaches approximately 1,000 patients
annually by working collaboratively with hospitals, cancer
centers and community outreach groups, and another 500+
people through participation in outreach initiatives such as
the annual Komen Philadelphia Affiliate Sisters for the Cure
event. All the organization’s support programs are design-
ed and administered by licensed professionals and treat
the whole person to maintain optimum health, emotional
well being and physical appearance during and after treat-
ment.
Plus, the programs are provided at no cost to the patients
or the host facility... which brings us back to Mother’s Day
and the Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure. Last year,
the event raised over $3.5 million, enabling The Affiliate to
distribute over $2 million in grants to local organizations.
“The Race is one of the most incredible events I’ve ever
attended,” said Luciano, who has walked and/or volunteers
for the past eight years. “Moreover, the work that is achieved
out of the proceeds is phenomenal. I have the opportunity
to see the work done by fellow Komen Philadelphia Affiliate
grantees... the grassroots dynamic and the comprehensive-
ness of what we accomplish together defines our commu-
nity’s breast cancer movement and is one we can be sure
is saving lives and empowering our future.”
The Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure will be held
Sunday, May 8 at Eakins Oval/The Philadelphia Museum of
Art. Opening ceremonies begin at 7:00 a.m., followed by
the 6,000-member Survivors Parade of Pink. Find informa-
tion at www.Race.KomenPhiladelphia.org.
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he Rosenbach Museum &
Library in Philadelphia
celebrated the completion of
conservation work on The
Chertoff Mural – the only sur-
viving mural painted by famed
author and illustrator Maurice
Sendak – with a special unveil-
ing on Wednesday, April 13,
2011. The event was attend-
ed by Nina and Larry Chertoff,
the now adult-children for
whom the mural was origi-
nally painted for circa 1961,
family and friends of the
Chertoffs, museum staff, and
the many supporters who helped to make the project pos-
sible. The newly conserved mural is now on permanent
display in the museum’s Maurice Sendak Gallery.
The colorful, rambunctious, and lively mural depicts a
processional of animals and children, including two boys
playing a drum and a trumpet and Sendak’s own dog, Jennie.
Maurice Sendak originally painted the mural for his friend
Roslyn Chertoff and her two children in the bedroom of their
New York apartment overlooking Central Park. Nina and
Larry Chertoff donated the mural to the Rosenbach, in lov-
ing memory of parents Roslyn and Lionel Chertoff and
Maurice Sendak’s late partner Eugene Glynn.
With a long journey ahead, the Rosenbach, the sole reposi-
tory of Sendak’s original artwork, spearheaded the mural
conservation project beginning in 2007. In March 2008, Judith
Guston, the Rosenbach’s Curator and Director of Collections,
went to New York with a team of conservators from Milner
+ Carr Conservation LLC to remove the mural from the
Chertoff’s New York apartment. For the safety of mural dur-
ing its removal and transportation from New York to Phila-
delphia, Milner + Carr’s conservation team removed the
entire wall on which the mural was painted in two thick,
plaster-covered masonry slabs, weighing about 1,400 pounds
in total. The mural was then transported to Milner + Carr’s
conservation studio in Philadelphia for preliminary evalua-
tion before it moved to the Rosenbach. The mural moved
to its permanent home at the Rosenbach on January 19,
2011, where Cassie Myers, a mural specialist, performed the
majority of the conservation work on-site at the museum.
Visitors to the museum this spring and summer will also
see the exhibition, Grace Notes: A Sendakian Rhapsody –
a visual exploration of Sendak’s musical influences, on dis-
play through August 7, 2011. The exhibition is the first to
open in the same gallery space as The Chertoff Mural. Deeply
moved by opera and classical music, Sendak illustrated such
iconic children’s books as Where the Wild Things Are, Out-
side Over There, and Dear Mili while listening to recordings
of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Gustav Mahler, and other
favorite musicians. Their music helped inspire Sendak’s
rhythmic compositions, colors, and even characters in his
pictures. “Music inspires grace,” said Maurice Sendak in a
2007 interview. “I don’t want a book just to be a book, I want
it to suggest something as beautiful as Mozart.”
Sendak chose the Rosenbach to be the repository for his
work in the early 1970s thanks to shared literary and col-
lecting interests. With an outstanding collection of rare
books, manuscripts, furniture, and art, the Rosenbach is a
museum and world-renowned research library, set within
two historic 1865 townhouses, that reflects an age when
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Derick Dreher, Director of the Rosenbach Museum & Library,
with Margery and Frank Cooper of Narberth in the Maurice
Sendak Gallery.
Carolyn Hirsig and Nancy Hirsig of Haverford, with Susan
Muller, Chairman of the Board, Rosenbach Museum & Library,
at the unveiling of the Chertoff Mural by Maurice Sendak at
the Rosenbach Museum & Library.
The Chertoff Mural. © Maurice Sendak 1961 and 2011. Photographed by Douglas A. Lockard.
Post-production by Stephen Stinehour.
See Mural by Maurice Sendak on page 11
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piscopal Academy senior P. Swanson Ninan
was awarded a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar-
ship to Boston University, where he will attend
college next fall. This scholarship was created to
honor one of Boston University’s greatest alumni,
Dr. King, who earned a Ph.D. in systematic theolo-
gy from the university. Swanson will be attending
the School of Education, where he plans to major
in elementary education. To support his interest
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Boston community.
According to Boston University’s Web site, the
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in conjunction with the University’s Howard Thurman
Center, the hub of multi-cultural life on campus.
The recipients may also live in the Common Ground
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For info visit www.episcopalacademy.org.
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Throughout the year, the museum offers an array of exhibitions, tours and special events.
Also on display through August 28 is the exhibition Exile Among Expats: James Joyce in
Paris, which explores the prolific Irish author during his years in Paris. In conjunction with
the exhibition, the Rosenbach will continue to celebrate the Joycean tradition with its 19th
Annual Bloomsday, an open air festival featuring dramatic readings of Ulysses by notable
Philadelphians from the steps of the museum, Thursday, June 16.
The Rosenbach is located at 2008-2010 Delancey Place in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse
Square neighborhood, and is open Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $10 for adults,
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the graduating class of 2011. The show runs May 6 - 15 in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery,
located in the Whitehead Campus Center at Haverford College.
This year’s nine seniors pursued concentrations in painting, printmaking and sculpture.
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and prints and sculpture by Samantha Salazar,
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which they explore the themes, methods, and concepts presented in this exhibition.
Throughout the year, they master the techniques and develop the visual vocabulary in
their concentration to shape a focused body of work. For every graduating student, the
exhibition represents the culmination of their study at the Fine Arts Department at Haver-
ford College.
An artists’ reception will take place Friday, May 6, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Haverford College is located at 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA, 19041. Gallery hours
are Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday -
Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call 610-896-1287 or visit www.haverford.edu/exhibits.
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At the Preview Party are, from left – Lou Marcesani, Board
Member, of Drexel Hill; Marcia Reiver, artist, holding a Raku
Pottery Ginger Jar, of Rosemont; Steve Holstad, Board President,
of Wayne.
Attending the Preview Party are, from left – Alice Hardenbergh,
Board Member and Art Committee, of Ardmore; Sandi Endres,
Art Committee Member, of Berwyn.
Awaiting guests at the Main Line Art Center’s Fine Art Sale
Preview Party are, from left – Judy Herman, Executive Direc-
tor, Main Line Art Center, of Bala Cynwyd; Meg Shattuck of
Gladwyne; Eleanor Davis, honoree, of Berwyn.
Enjoying the Preview Party are, from left – Robert Dann and
Jamie Sessar of Merion; Marianne Mitchell of Haverford; Bruce
Schmit, Board Member, of Haverford.
Attending Wayne Art Center’s Opening Reception Preview
Party for the Philadelphia/Tri State Artists Equity 62nd Anni-
versary Exhibition are, from left – Molly Light, Co-Chair, Artists
Equity 62nd Exhibition, of Schwenksville, PA; Priscilla Bohlen,
Co-Chair, Artists Equity 62nd Exhibition, of Bryn Mawr; Nancy
Campbell, Executive Director, Wayne Art Center, of Berwyn.
Anniversary Exhibition
Wayne Art Center presented the Philadelphia/Tri State
Artists Equity 62nd Anniversary Exhibition April 17, 2011, in
both main galleries, and the show will continue until May
14, 2011. The Philadelphia Tri-State Artists Equity (AE) Associa-
tion serves approximately 200 visual artists members. Artists
work in many mediums, painting, photography and sculp-
ture, and in many styles, all with different purposes in mind.
AE’s mission is to advance and serve the profession of the
visual artist in the tri-state region. Its current projects include
newsletters and informative programs, with topics that range
from copyright law to proper framing, and conservation
techniques to marketing. Networking opportunities and cri-
tiques are additional benefits to artists who often work in
solitude. Two exhibition opportunities are sponsored each
year, one is the Anniversary Show, held at Wayne Art Center
each year, and the other is the Select Show of a few artists,
showing a body of work for each.
Nancy Campbell is executive director of the Wayne Art Center.
Wayne Art Center is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne.
At the Preview Party are, from left – Peg Haines of Wayne;
Nancy Green of Berwyn; Pat Holmes of Wayne.
At the Preview Party are, from left – Frank McPherson, artist,
of Rosemont; and Anne Zetterberg, President, Artists Equity, of
West Chester. They are in front of Mr. McPherson’s “Sextet.”
At the Preview Party and viewing the the artwork are, from
left – Barbara Zucker, officer, of Schwenksville, PA; and Anne
Zetterberg, President, Artists Equity, of West Chester.
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Main Line Art Center presented its Fine Art Sale April 16
- May 25, 2011, at Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road,
Haverford. Main Line Art Center brought together over 200
distinctive and original works of Art by 50 accomplished
artists for the Fine Art Sale. A benefit Preview Party was
held April 15, 2011, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The popular event
featured an open bar with special cocktails, heavy hors
d’eouvres, and live entertainment by jazz band, The Lounge
Experience. Guests had an exclusive first look at the show,
and it is the Center’s major fundraiser.
The year’s Preview Party honored Eleanor l. Davis former
Board President, and champion of the arts in Philadelphia
and its suburbs. The Main Line Art Center’s Fine Art Sale is
free and open to the public through May 25, 2011. The
gallery hours are Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and
Friday - Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Judy Herman is Executive
Director, The Main Line Art Center. The mission of the Main
Line Art Center is to inspire and engage artistic creativity
for all ages and abilities and to celebrate and strengthen the
essential role of visual art in community life. In addition to
its strong exhibitions, the Art Center offers instructions, for
adults and children in ceramics and sculpture, drawing and
painting, jewelry and metalwork, photography, fiber arts
and more, and strives to offer programs that are affordable
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at 7 p.m. Chanlan
Lee, age 8, pass-
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a severe case of
viral encephali-
tis. He was the
youngest schol-
arship student
at the Nelly Ber-
man School of
Music and quite
an accomplished
violinist for his
young age.
Chanlan had a
deep passion for
music that was transparent and vibrant. He was involved
in not only solo performances, but chamber groups and
intensive summer camps. His hard work paid off when he
was the youngest soloist chosen to perform on the stage
at the Kimmel Center as a platinum winner of the NBS Golden
Key Competition. In addition to his heart for playing, he was
also dedicated to the scholarship program that supplement-
ed his lesson fees. To show his appreciation, he took initia-
tive to raise funds, over $300 to be exact, by playing in his
parents’ restaurant in the Chinatown section of Philadelphia.
The January 23 concert will be held at Centennial Hall at
The Haverford School, 450 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford,
from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. The event, showcasing students and
professional musicians, will commemorate Chanlan’s love
and passion for music and life. A donation of $15 per adu
and $10 per child is suggested. All proceeds will benefi
the Chanlan Lee Scholarship Program, which will provid
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ion with adequate lessons to foster their talent.
contact Kristin Gray at 610-896-5105
C
okie Roberts, ABC News politi-
cal commentator and senior
news analyst for National Public
Radio will receive the 2009 Ivy
A ard at Cabrini
pays homage to such women,
and includes personal corre-
spondence and private jour-
nals of Abigail Adams, Martha
Jefferson, Dolley Madison, and
Sacajawea, among others.
Given annually, the Ivy Young
Willis Award recognizes women
who have made outstanding
contributions in the field of
public affairs.
The American Women in Radio
and Television cited Roberts as
one of the 50 greatest women
in the history of broadcasting,
and the Library of Congress
named her a “Living Legend,”
making her one of a select group
of Americans to have attained
that honor. A member of the
Broadcasting and Cable Hall of
Fame, Roberts also serves on
the boards of several non-prof-
it institutions and on the Presi-
dent’s Commission on Service
and Civic Participation.
Ivy Young Willis was a pio-
neer in teaching and reading
on television, and served on
The League of Women Voters
and the World Affairs Council.
Past recipients of the award
include Lisa Nutter, president
of Philadelphia Academies, Inc.;
Kathleen McGinty, former sec-
retary of the Pennsylvania
Department of Environmental
Protection; Renee Amoore, president of the
Amoore Group and healthcare and political
activist; and Chai Ling, Tiananmen Square
leader and business entrepreneur.
Roberts’ 3:30 p.m. lecture, free and open
to the public, will be in the Grace Hall
of the Cabrini campus, 610 King of
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The concert will commemorate Chanlan
Lee’s love and passion for music and life.
Political Commentator Cokie Roberts
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covering politics and about women who helped shape
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