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ansdowne Folk Club presents Castlebay, Celtic and
maritime music from Maine with special guest singer/
songwriter Craig Bickhart on Thursday, March 24, at
the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue, Lans-
downe, PA. Doors open at 6:45 p.m., and the 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.
Castlebay has been musically weaving together the her-
itage of New England and the Celtic lands since 1987. Mem-
bers Julia Lane and Fred Gosbee have loved and researched
traditional music for most of their lives and blend history,
legend and experience into their personable performance
style. Their concerts feature poignant ballads sung in Lane’s
ethereal soprano and Gosbee’s rich baritone interspersed
with joyous dance tunes played on Celtic harp, guitar, fiddle
and tin whistle Castlebay treats the audience to a musical
journey through time and across the Atlantic. The duo
occasionally presents special theme concerts on various
aspects of Celtic lore, nautical life or Colonial America.
Although they are known for their intelligent arrangements
of traditional music, Gosbee and Lane also compose their
own musical works, many of which have their roots in the
Celtic tradition, expressing an intimate experience with the
elemental. Gosbee’s narrative ballads are finely crafted and
P
eter Del Tredici, Senior Research Scien-
tist at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard
University, will present the Klein Endow-
ed lecture on Sunday, March 20 at 2 p.m. at
Morris Arboretum entitled, Wild Urban Plants
of the Northeast.
Characterized by an abundance of pavement,
reflected heat, polluted air and contaminat-
ed soil, our cities and towns may seem harsh
and unwelcoming to vegetation. However,
there are a number of plants that manage to
grow spontaneously in sidewalk cracks and
roadside meridians, flourish along chain-link
fences and railroad tracks, and line the banks
of streams and rivers. On their own and free
of charge, these plants provide ecological
services including temperature reduction,
oxygen production, carbon storage, food and
habitat for wildlife, pollution mitigation, and
erosion control on slopes. Rather than vilify-
ing such plants as weeds, Del Tredici stress-
es that it is important to notice, recognize,
and appreciate their contribution to the
quality of urban life.
Join Morris Arboretum for this engaging
lecture followed by a reception with refresh-
ments at the Widener Visitor Center. This
discussion is part of the Lukens Endowed
lecture series, and is free with admission,
however reservations are required and space
is limited. Register for the lecture by call-
ing 215-247-5777 ext. 156 or at www.morris-
arboretum.org.
B
ryn Mawr College presents a
public lecture by renowned
artist and curator Fred Wilson
on Tuesday, March 22, at 6
p.m. in Thomas Great Hall. His
lecture entitled The Silent Mes-
sage of the Museum, will explore his curato-
rial interventions at museums and cultural
institutions around the world. This event is
free and open to the public.
Wilson has created site-specific installations
in collaboration with museums throughout
Nor t h Ameri ca,
Europe, the Middle
East, and Asia. His
1992 - 93 exhibition
Mining the Museum,
a collaborative pro-
ject sponsored by
the Maryland His-
torical Society and
the Contemporary
Museum in Baltimore,
was critically acclaim-
ed for its ground-
breaking reassess-
ment of the assump-
tions and biases that
influence curatorial
practice.
Wilson was a 1999
recipient of a Mac-
Arthur Foundation
“Genius” Grant and
the American repre-
sentative at the 50th
Venice Biennale in
2003. From 2004 to
2006 he was the Luce
Distinguished Visit-
ing Fellow in Object
Exhi bi t i on and
Knowledge at Skid-
more College. Wilson’s
work has been the
subject of solo exhi-
bitions and retro-
spectives worldwide
and can be found in
numerous public
collections The Muse-
um of Modern Art,
The Art Institute of
Chicago, and The Whitney Museum of Ameri-
can Art.
The lecture is sponsored by the Graduate
Group in Archaeology, Classics, and History
of Art, the Friends of the Bryn Mawr College
Library, and the Center for Visual Culture at
Bryn Mawr College. For more info call 610-
526-5335 or visit www.brynmawr.edu/grad-
group/. Directions to the College and infor-
mation about parki ng can be f ound at
www.brynmawr.edu/campus/visiting.shtml.
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Bryn Mawr College presents a free lecture by renowned artist and
curator Fred Wilson on Tuesday, March 22, at 6 p.m.
Lansdowne Folk Club presents Castlebay (Julia Lane and
Fred Gosbee), Celtic and maritime music from Maine with
special guest singer/songwriter Craig Bickhart on March 24.
Peter Del Tredici will present the Klein
Endowed lecture entitled, “Wild Urban Plants
of the Northeast,” at Morris Arboretum on
Sunday, March 20 at 2 p.m. Photo/Peter
Del Tredici
Internationally Renowned Artist and
Curator Fred Wilson to Speak
Lansdowne Folk Club
Presents Castlebay March 24
Special Guest Singer/Songwriter Craig Bickhart
Morris Arboretum Klein Endowed Lecture, Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast
Benny Goodman
Tribute
Tri-State Jazz Society presents a
Benny Goodman tribute by Dan Lev-
inson’s Palomar Quartet and guests
on Sunday March 20, 2011, 2 to 5
p.m. at the Community Arts Center,
414 Plush Mill Rd., Wallingford, PA
19086. Swing dancers are wel-
come. Half-price admission is $10
available for first-time attendees
and members. General admission
is $20. High school and college stu-
dents with IDs and children accom-
panied by a paying adult are free.
Pay at the door; there are no ad-
vance sales or reservations. The
CAC is near the Media-Springfield
exit of I-476. For info call 856-720-
0232 or visit www.tristatejazz.org.
“The Food of Love”
Concert
Chestnut Street Singers, a Philadel-
phia cooperative chamber chorus,
will perform a free concert enti-
tled “The Food of Love” on Sunday,
March 20 at 1:30 p.m. at the First
Unitarian Church of Philadelphia.
The performance will venture through
six centuries of music inspired by
love, ranging from flirtatious ditties
to lovelorn laments. Featured com-
posers include George Kirbye (1565
- 1634), William Billings (1746 -
1800), Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918),
and Blake R. Henson (1983 -). The
concert will also be a food drive for
Philabundance. The concert’s title
is taken from Henry Heveningham’s
Shakespeare-inspired poem, which
begins “If music be the food of love,
sing on.” In the spirit of celebrat-
ing both song and sustenance, con-
certgoers are requested to bring
non-perishable food items to donate
to Philabundance. Philabundance
is the region’s largest hunger relief
organization, providing food and
services to nearly 900,000 residents
of the Delaware Valley. Chestnut
Street Singers is an eleven-voice
chamber chorus devoted to cooper-
ative musicianship and creative
programming. Through live perfor-
mance, they seek to illuminate the
musical, thematic, and textual threads
linking Renaissance music to con-
temporary works. For info, visit
www.chestnutstreetsingers.org.
Film Screening on the
Human Crisis in
North Korea
On Wednesday, March 23 at 7:00
p.m., the Parkway Central Library,
Free Library of Philadelphia will
screen, “Hiding,” a film about a group
of North Korean refugees hiding in
China today, and their attempts to
escape. While the world focuses on
North Korea’s security issue, hun-
dreds of thousands of North Koreans
continue to be enslaved in prison
camps. Up to 300,000 have also
escaped to China – seeking food,
medicine, work, or freedom from
political and religious oppression.
Among those 300,000, 70 to 90 per-
cent of North Korean women are
trafficked and sold into the sex trade.
Now, even more refugees are flee-
ing to Southeast Asia to escape im-
prisonment or repatriation by China.
This film is presented in conjunc-
tion with LiNK. For information, call
215-686-5414. Event is free and open
to the public.
Free Lecture
Nancy Bieber, psychologist and spir-
itual director, will speak on “How
to Make a Wise Decision” at Villanova
University. All are welcome to attend
her lecture on Thursday, March 24
at 4:30 p.m. in Driscoll Auditorium
in Driscoll Hall at Villanova Univer-
sity. Free and open to the public.
For info visit http://www.villanova.edu/
campusministry or call 610-519-4080.
Park Friends Summit
Park enthusiasts are invited to attend
a Park Friends Summit on Thurs-
day, March 24 from 7 - 9 p.m. in
the Board Room of the Township
Administration Building, 75 E. Lan-
caster Avenue in Ardmore. The
summit, hosted by the Lower Merion
Parks and Recreation Department
will include the Lower Merion Con-
servancy and The Friends of Linwood
Park as plans commence for spring-
time cleanups and plantings. For info,
contact Kate Galer at kategaler@veri-
zon.net or linwood.park@gmail.com.
Sports Card and
Collectible Show
Sports cards and memorabilia to
suit every sports buff will be on dis-
play at the Sports Card and Collec-
tible Show at Plymouth Meeting Mall
during mall hours from March 25
- 27. More than 25 tables filled with
one-of-a-kind sports keepsakes in-
cluding high-quality vintage sports
cards, bobble heads, plaques, play-
ers’ autographs and sports fig-
urines will be available for pur-
chase. For information, visit shop-
plymouthmeetingmall.com.
Artist Barry Moser
to Speak
Barry Moser will speak about his art
and career in a lecture entitled, “Race,
Religion and a Quest for the Per-
fect Book,” on Saturday, March 26
at 11 a.m. at the Brandywine River
Museum. Renowned for his master-
ful wood engravings and exquisite
book designs, Moser has illustrat-
ed more than 300 books, from
“Frankenstein” to “The Holy Bible,”
winning national and internation-
al awards. The lecture takes place
on the opening day of the exhibi-
tion Barry Moser, Bookwright, fea-
turing wood engravings and water-
colors as well as limited edition
books produced by his own Penny-
royal Press. The exhibition is on
view at the museum from March
26 through May 22, 2011. The
lecture is free with museum ad-
mission. The Brandywine River
Museum is located on U.S. Route 1
in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. For
info, call 610-388-2700 or visit
www.brandywinemuseum.org.
Concert Honoring
Cantor
After 28 years of music at Temple
Sholom in Broomall, Cantor Patty
Kaplan will be retiring in June of
2011. This is the first of many pro-
grams in honor of her career. A
Concert Honoring Cantor Patty
Kaplan will be held on Sunday, March
27 at 3 p.m. featuring the Temple
University String Quintet. Enjoy this
beautiful program with music of
Mozart, Prokofiev, Dittersdorf and
Glazunov performed by Temple Uni-
versity faculty members and mem-
bers of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
A dessert reception follows the per-
formance. Tickets $20 Adults in ad-
vance ($25 at the door); $10 Chil-
dren (18 and under). To purchase
tickets in advance, mail checks pay-
able to Temple Sholom in Broomall
or call the front office at 610-356-
5165. Visit www.temple-sholom.org.
Temple Sholom in Broomall is lo-
cated at 55 N. Church Lane, Broomall,
PA 19008.
Volunteers 55+
Needed to Lead
Discussion Groups
Journey’s Way, Resources & Pro-
grams for People 55+, is currently
recruiting volunteers to lead peer
discussion groups about health
and wellness, aging issues, retire-
ment and life stories. Volunteers
must be at least 55 and enjoy work-
ing with people, have good listen-
ing skills and provide their own
transportation to and from meetings.
Discussion groups meet weekly in
senior community centers in Phila-
delphia. The volunteer training
meetings are held at Journey’s
Way, 403 Rector Street in Rox-
borough. For information about
the program, volunteer opportuni-
ties and upcoming trainings, con-
tact Karen Rouse at 215-487-1750
ext. 1214 or write: krouse@inter-
communityaction.org.
Symposium Features
CIA Historian
On Saturday, March 26, 2011 at
10:45 a.m., Dr. David Robarge,
Chief Historian for the Central Intelli-
gence Agency, will present “Secret
Revolution: How the Patriots Used
Intelligence to Help Win Indepen-
dence from Britain” at Lock, Stock
& Barrel: The World of the Conti-
nental Soldier (http://www.friends-
ofvalleyforge.org/html/lsb2011.html).
This event is hosted by the Friends
of Valley Forge Park. The symposium,
at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, King of
Prussia, offers a unique and capti-
vating look at the life and culture
of the Revolutionary War soldier.
This special series of presentations
is aimed at historians, students,
historic site staff, teachers, volun-
teers, reenactors and all others
with an interest in America’s past.
The program brings together some
of the nation’s leading Revolution-
ary War authorities in a discussion
of the conflict including artifacts,
campaigns, army life and the expe-
riences of those involved in Ameri-
ca’s struggle for freedom. For info,
contact Lily Williams by email at
lilliankwilliams@hotmail.com or
by telephone at 215-370-6998.
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Congreso de Latinos Unidos and The Congreso Society are presenting
Chillin’ in Chile the Fifth annual Gala Latina March 19, 2011, at the
Hyatt at the Bellevue, Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia. The annu-
al gala will begin at 6:30 p.m. with dance lesson and wine tasting; 7 p.m.
cocktail reception; and 8 p.m. dinner and entertainment. Proceeds of the
annual gala will benefit Congreso de Latinos Unidos and The Congreso
Society. For information visit www.congreso.net/chile.
The Philadelphia Brass Concert
On Sunday, March 20 at 3:00 p.m., the Guest Artist Series at Haverford
College presents the Philadelphia Brass. Their program will feature an
exciting diversity of music from the Renaissance period through Jazz,
including Heinrich Finck, JS Bach, Claude Debussy, Franz Liszt and
Duke Ellington among others. This concert will be held in Roberts Hall,
Marshall Auditorium on the Haverford College campus at 370 Lancaster
Avenue, Haverford, PA. Ticket prices are $15 (General), $12 (Seniors),
$8 (Students), and $5 (ages 7 - 17). Tickets can be reserved in advance
and purchased at the door. For information: 610-896-1011, or nmerri-
am@haverford.edu.
Immaculata University’s Children’s Theater:
James and the Giant Peach
The Cue and Curtain Children’s Theatre of Immaculata University will
present James and the Giant Peach on March 23-27, 2011. Perfor-
mances will be held in the Alumnae Hall Theater at 10:30 a.m. on March
23-25 and 2:00 p.m. on March 26-27. Richard R. George dramatized
this beloved children’s book by Roald Dahl, telling the whimsical story of
James’ escape from his spiteful relatives, Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker,
when he climbs inside an overgrown magical peach. His adventures
continue with his giant insect companions, Spider, Lady Bug, Grasshopper,
Glow Worm, Centipede, and Earthworm. For information, or to reserve
tickets, contact Sister Marcille McEntee, IHM, at 610-647-4400, ext. 3731
or 3022, or email cctheatre@immaculata.edu. Immaculata University, a
Catholic, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadel-
phia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and
Exton.
Exhibition Preview
The Trustees of the Brandywine River Museum are presenting “Barry
Moser: Bookwright” March 26 through May 22, 2011. The exhibition
features approximately 75 wood engravings and watercolors. It also pre-
sents limited edition books produced by Pennyroyal Press and materials
used in the wood engraving process. A preview exhibition will be held
March 25, 2011, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Brandywine Museum is
located in Chadds Ford, PA. For information on the preview event, call
610-388-8337.
Exhibition
The Chestnut Hill Gallery is presenting the exhibition, “Alfred Ortega,
Ring the Midnight Bell at Noon, Recent Oils & Monoprints,” March 3 to
April 9, 2011. An Art Sale and Reception will be held March 26, 2011,
from 6 to 8 p.m. The Chestnut Hill Gallery is located in the heart of his-
toric Chestnut Hill at 8117 Germantown Avenue. For info call 215-248-
2549.
DVOC Lullaby of Broadway
Delaware Valley Opera Company welcomes spring with Lullaby of
Broadway at Keenan’s Valley View Inn, 468 Domino LA, Saturday, March
26, 7:00 p.m. Enjoy your favorite songs, dinner, cash bar, and old & new
friends. There is free parking & handicapped access. The cost is $40.
Send checks payable to DVOC to 1731 Chandler Street, Phila., PA 19111.
Please note dinner selection of either Roast Beef, Capon, or Vegetable
Alternative. RSVP deadline is March 22. For info, call 215-725-4171.
Immaculata University Black Tie Gala
Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., President of Immaculata Univer-
sity is inviting guests to walk the red carpet and attend the Mighty Macs
The Movie Black Tie Gala, March 29, 2011, at The Franklin Institute,
222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, at 6 p.m. The private screening and
event ticket includes an exclusive showing of the Leonardo da Vinci
exhibit. Proceeds of the Black Tie Gala will benefit Immaculata Univer-
sity. For information and tickets, call 610-647-4400, ext. 3120 or email
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framed & Uncorked three years ago with the goal of help-
ing artists boost their income during a difficult economy.
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research and education in Southeastern PA. Honorees in-
cluded Governor Edward G. Rendell, who received the Heart
of Philadelphia award and Dr. Andrew S. Wechsler, who re-
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ifted with an angelic Soprano voice, Tonia Tecce of Glad-
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cert performance, “An Evening of Song with Tonia Tecce,”
on Friday April 1 at 8 p.m. at Philadelphia’s acclaimed
venue, The Perelman Theatre at the Kimmel Center for the
Performing Arts.
Tecce is the driving force behind the concert, honoring
her late mentor and celebrated Master Voice instructor,
Florence Berggren. Berggren, who taught at the esteemed
Julliard School, laid the foundation for Tecce’s musical
career. The proceeds from the ticket sales will go directly
to the Florence Berggren Voice Scholarship Fund at Temple
University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance.
“An Evening of Song with Tonia Tecce” will be filled with
songs ranging from Broadway to Hollywood to Opera classics,
and From Puccini to Gershwin. Also on the set list are songs
from Tecce’s solo recordings, What A Wonderful World and
her latest album, Smile. Tecce will be joined by The Byron
Olson Chamber Ensemble led by Grammy-nominated con-
ductor and arranger, Byron Olson.
Audience members will also get a rare appearance from
internationally acclaimed Metropolitan Opera star Diana
Soviero as well. Like Tecce, Soviero was also highly influ-
enced by Berggren, and will be giving a heartfelt address,
“A Special Tribute to Florence Berggren.”
Temple University’s Boyer College Jazz Trio will also join
Tecce on stage playing jazz standards at the one-night-only
engagement.
Tecce’s long-awaited career has certainly been a dream-
come-true. After putting her career on hold for nearly 20
years to raise her six children, Tecce finally followed through
with her aspirations to become an classical performer and
earned the privilege to collaborate with notable producers
such as Olson and John Vanore (Sammy Davis Jr.). Tecce’s
hard work and outstanding vocal talent earned her a 2010
Hollywood Music in Media Award nomination in the Classi-
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Tickets to “An Evening of Song with Tonia Tecce” are on
sale at the Kimmel Center Lobby Box Office, online at kim-
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On Stage
• Hedgerow Theatre, 64 Rose Valley Road in Rose Valley
(near Media), presents Tony Braithwaite’s First Impressions,
poking fun at U.S. politics and presidents with his historical
and hysterical take on the Presidents, through March 26.
Braithwaite’s comedic skills and talent for doing spot-on im-
pressions of Kennedy to Obama, Presidential hopefuls, and
actors auditioning to play Presidents in a movie. The show
includes press conferences with actor Howie Brown as a one-
person press corps, skits, song parodies, and lots of audi-
ence participation. For tickets ($25 for adults, $22 for seniors,
and $10 for students with valid ID and children under 18)
or info, call 610-565-4211 or visit www.hedgerowtheatre.org.
• Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, 3680 Walnut
Street in Philadelphia, presents:
— South African ensemble Ladysmith Black Mambazo,
one-night-only performance on Friday, March 18 at 8 p.m.,
performing hits from their just released album Songs from
a Zulu Farm. Tickets ($20-$50).
— ELLA, about legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald, March
22 - 27. Featuring more than two-dozen hit songs, ELLA
combines myth, memory, and music. Broadway veteran
Tina Fabrique sings A-Tisket, A-Tasket, That Old Black Magic,
They Can’t Take That Away from Me and It Don’t Mean A Thing
(If It Ain’t Got That Swing). Tickets ($20-$50).
— Ella Dinner Package, March 22. A three-course dinner
at Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar and a ticket to the show
for $50 per person. Visit www.AnnenbergCenter.org for info.
Stay after the March 22 performance for a special post-show
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For tickets or info, call 215-898-3900 or online at www.Annen-
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• The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, 2111 Sansom
Street in Philadelphia, presents Hamlet and As You Like It,
March 18 to May 15. Philadelphia’s Mary Tuomanen plays
both Rosalind in Shakespeare’s sunniest comedy and Hamlet
in Shakespeare’s great existential tragedy. The plays run in
repertory Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7 p.m. and Sun-
days at 2 p.m. For tickets ($20, $25, $35) or info, call 215-
496-8001 or visit www.phillyshakespeare.org.
• BCKSEET Productions, Upstairs @ The Adrienne, 2030
Samson Street in Philadelphia, presents Losing the Shore, a
new play in two acts by local playwright Catherine Rush,
March 16 to April 2. This tale of cruise ships, political cele-
brities, and shuffleboard sets sail in 1953. Adlai Stevenson
is between elections on a cruise ship bound for Hawaii after
his recent loss in the Presidential election. Also on board
are several stately guests including newspaper magnate
Alicia Patterson Guggenheim. After she surprises Stevenson
in his room, the two begin to rekindle an old and intimate
past. For tickets or info, call 267-603-3533 or visit www.bck-
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• Bistrot La Minette, 623 South 6th Street (just north of
Bainbridge) in Philadelphia, will hold a Benefit for The Phila-
delphia Singers, March 20, 6 p.m. Celebrate spring with an
evening of Chef Peter Woolsey’s authentic French bistro
cuisine, wine, and performances by members of The Phila-
delphia Singers, transporting you to Paris and the atmosphere
of an intimate French cabaret. For reservations, tickets and
info, call 215-751-9494 or visit www.philadelphiasingers.org.
• The Market & Shops at Comcast Center, concourse
level, 1701 JFK Boulevard in Philadelphia announces the
arrival of their new Test-Kitchen where Market merchants
will schedule cooking demonstrations with complimentary
samplings for Market patrons at the Kitchen, located in the
southwest portion of the Market & Shops. Starting in March,
demonstrations open to the general public take place every
third Wednesday at 5 p.m. & third Saturday at 12 p.m.
Scheduled events are: Wednesday, March 16 – Di Bruno
Bros. (5:00 p.m.); Saturday, March 19 – Mike’s Steaks; Sat-
urday, April 16 – Chef Hope Cohen.
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Davids, PA, brings together Main Line’s Hottest DJs and
singles to dance the night away from 7 to 11 p.m., Friday,
March 18. The $20 cover charge includes a first drink, a
raffle ticket, and light hors d’oeuvres for the evening. Free
parking and an upbeat smoke-free atmosphere, as well as a
chance to win gift certificates. Raffle drawings every hour.
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C
eltic musicians Mark Carroll and his son Tim Carroll will perform
at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in the church on Saturday, March
26 from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.
The father and son duo are well-known musicians who have performed
at the Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music, the Union League, Old
City Tavern and in Washington, D.C. at the Senate Hearing Room.
Tim Carroll a graduate of Temple University with a degree in music
is trained classically and has been influenced by jazz violinists and
musical traditions from all over the
world. He plays the bodhran, the vio-
lin, the Irish fiddle and the Appalachian
fiddle, the cello and the double bass.
Mark Carroll, a seasoned performer
and instructor of traditional Irish music
has played the Celtic harp for decades
and has an appreciation for the history
of music and musical instruments. Mark
also plays the hammered dulcimer,
Uillean pipes, tin whistle, violin, harp-
sichord, mandolin and banjo.
Tickets to the concert are $20 and
can be ordered in advance by calling
215-242-2055 ext. 25 or purchased at
the door fifteen minutes prior to the
performance.
Proceeds will benefit peace activist
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to the annual interfaith peace walk held in Philadelphia every year.
This will be a truly remarkable two-hour program of Scots and Irish music.
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APPEARING AT THE KIMMEL CENTER FRIDAY APRIL 1, 2011
AN EVENING OF SONG WITH TONIA TECCE
Philadelphia’s favorite “Popera” songstress, Tonia Tecce,
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Also Featured
The Boyer College Jazz Trio with Special Guest
Metropolitan Opera Star Diana Soviero “A Spoken Tribute to Florence Berggren”
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Celtic Concert at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
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he Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra continues its concert season with a Spring Concert
on Sunday, March 20 at 3 p.m. at The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. Tickets are
$15 for adults, $12 for senior citizens and $5 for students. Call the Box Office at 610-622-1189
for tickets or information. Visit www.udpac.org. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center
is located at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue in Drexel Hill. Parking is free.
The Orchestra will be performing Wagner’s Prelude und Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde,
three of Brahms’ Hungarian Dances, arranged for orchestra by Dvorak and Symphony No.
9 in E minor, Op. 95, B. 178, from “The New World” by Dvorak.
Founded in 1946, the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest community
orchestras in the Greater Philadelphia area, presenting five concerts spanning the months
of November to May each year. The LSO is under the distinguished leadership of Irving
Ludwig, who this year celebrates his 20th anniversary as Music Director of the ensemble.
Maestro Ludwig brings to the podium his many years of experience as violinist with the
Philadelphia Orchestra. Concertmaster for the ensemble is long-time Philadelphia Orchestra
violinist, Herold Klein. Representing a wide variety of professions, the 75+ members of the
LSO share a strong love of music as well as a desire to share their musicianship with the
community. Over the many years of Maestro Ludwig’s dedicated direction, and featuring
the extraordinary talents of its many fine musicians, the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra
has come to be recognized as one of the area’s most respected orchestras.
Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert
Celtic musicians Mark Carroll and his son Tim
Carroll will perform at Saint Paul’s Episcopal
Church in the church on Saturday, March 26.
celebrate the dignity and humanity of ordinary people while Lane is known for her imagery
and beautiful melodies. In the time-honored art of meaningful songwriting, they give new
voice to an ancient tradition. These songs are included on their 24 recordings.
The duo is equally adept at evocative instrumental music. They have produced a series
of 6 full-length instrumental recordings collectively titled Tapestry, and have provided
soundtracks for several award-winning videos. Together, they composed a suite for quin-
tet of folk instruments inspired by a tour of the Scottish island of Skye called The Skye Suite.
Subsequently, the Dumfries & Galloway Arts Association commissioned them to compose
a similar piece for that region. Sang o‚ the Solway was performed in Scotland several times
in 2000, 2001, and 2002, culminating with a performance at the prestigious Celtic Connec-
tions Festival in Glasgow. Lane & Gosbee have recently created a multi-media presentation
commemorating the 1740 shipwreck of Scots-Irish immigrants in northern Maine called Grand
Design which has played in Canada, New England and South Carolina. Find informtion
about the band at http://castlebay.net.
Opening the show is Craig Bickhart. Ray Charles, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, The Judds,
Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood, Allison Krauss, Anne Murray, Art Garfunkel, Poco and
Vince Gill are just a few of the many luminaries who have dipped into Craig Bickhardt’s
well of songs. But the covers are only part of the story. His first break as an artist came
when asked to write and sing the closing theme for Robert Duvall’s Academy Award win-
ning movie Tender Mercies. The film’s success led to a move to Nashville where Craig hook-
ed up with fellow songwriters Thom Schuyler, Fed Knobloch and Don Schlitz to establish
The Writers in the Round. Their laidback “living room” style of performing at the Bluebird
Café became the hottest ticket in town. Bickhardt’s performing style has often been called
“soulful rock.” He credits his Philadelphia roots for the influence. Learn more about Craig
at www.craigbickhardt.com.
The Provisions Market of Lansdowne will have freshly prepared dinner and desserts
available for sale before and during the show. Find info at http://provisionsmrkt.com.
The Lansdowne Folk Club, founded in 1993, is a 501(c) (3) all volunteer non-profit cor-
poration dedicated to presenting folk, acoustic and blues music. The spring 2011 schedule
also includes Joe Crookston with Patti Rothberg on April 28, Wishing Chair with special
guest Josh Komorowski on May 19 and John Flynn with special guest John Wort Hannam
on June 2.
B
y invitation of American
Ambassador Theodore
Sedgwick in Bratislava, Slovakia,
members of Episcopal Acad-
emy’s Vocal Ensemble and
Chamber Ensemble performed
in Bratislava and Vienna, Aus-
tria. This opportunity was
made possible due to a con-
nection between Episcopal
Academy Head of School Ham
Clark and the Ambassador.
The groups’ performance tour
took them to The Bratislava
Conservatory; Karisky Con-
cert Hall, where they performed
with Bratislava’s Hope Gospel
Choir; Ambassador Sedgwick’s
home, where the guests were
from Slovakia and the US
government and education
departments; Stift Melk (Melk
Abbey), for Sunday Mass;
Wiedner Gymnasium/Sir Karl
Popper Schule; St. Peters-
kirche (St. Peter’s Church);
and three amazing gothic churches. Each concert performance was wonderfully attended.
While not performing, the students and their chaperones took in the sites. While touring Bratislava, they visited the
U.S. Embassy and met with Ambassador Sedgwick. In Vienna, they took a guided panorama city tour to gain an overall
impression of the most significant historical sites such as the Ringstrasse, Museum of Applied Arts, the State Opera
House, the Hofburg, Parliament, City Hall, the Burgtheater, Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral), and the magnificent
imperial summer residence Schonbrunn Palace. They also visited the graves of Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Strauss,
and Haydn. Their farewell dinner was at local restaurant Augustinerkeller.
Members of the Vocal Ensemble and Chamber Ensembles who went on the tour were: Jameson Achuff ’13, Jake Aronchick
’13, Michelle Chen ’11, Benjamin Chung ’11, Henry Coote ’12, Edmund Dana ’11, Kellen Edmondson ’13, Laura Fabius ’11,
Margaret Familetti ’12, Robyn Farrell ’13, Katherine Fell ’11, Rohan Gulati ’13, Alexia Hawkins ’12, Francesca Matarazzo
’13, Daniel McCormick ’13, Charles McGregor ’11, Hunter McMullin, III ’12, Katharine Ruggiero ’11, Matthew Jeffrey Vegari
’13, and Leslie Williams ’13. The chaperones were Head of School Ham Clark and his wife, Ceci Clark, Music Department
Chair and Vocal Ensemble Director Joseph Buches, Hon., Chamber Ensemble Director Katherine Bechtold, Middle School
Music teacher Joanne Ward, Accompanist Joanne Crystle and her husband, Charlie Hartley, Glen Abrams, and Margaret
and Stephen Dana.
For information, visit www.episcopalacademy.org.
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(D-Montgomery County) visited AIM~Academy In Mana-
yunk to serve as a panelist helping to choose one student
out of five seventh grade finalists who had demonstrated
exceptional work in presentations about the United States
Government. The coveted prize – made possible through
the Representative and the
donation of an AIM support-
er – was Guest Page for a Day
at the State Capital in Harris-
burg for Rep. Gerber. The
contest was open to all AIM
7th graders as part of their
Democracy Club curriculum.
At AIM the Club Method,
developed by The Lab School
of Washington
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to capture the imagination
and enthusiasm of students
while specific history, geog-
raphy, civic, speaking, and
listening skills are targeted.
At the Middle School level
students in Club continue to
learn through the arts while
a greater emphasis is placed
on developing study skills,
note taking, guided research,
test taking, and general aca-
demic organization.
All was evident along with
much creativity in the five
presentations which ranged
from detailed PowerPoint
presentations to a Democracy
puzzle and even a Jeopardy-
styled game on government
and the U.S. presidents. After listening to the presentations,
Rep. Gerber declared that choosing one winner would be
an impossibility. He generously determined that all five
students deserved the prize.
For information on AIM~Academy In Manayunk visit
www.aimpa.org.
Guest Pages for the Day will be, from left – Lucy Keyser of Glenside, Joseph Carluccio of
Blue Bell, Nathan Batzer of Merion, Amelia Stuart of Philadelphia, Corie Borgerhoff of
Philadelphia. They are pictured with State Representative Mike Gerber and AIM teacher
Chris Herman.
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Students Selected as Gerber’s Guest Pages for the Day
At St. Margaret School, in Nar-
berth, Lizanne Boyle’s 7th and
8th grade students entered
their original poems in the
Charlotte Miller Poetry Contest
sponsored by the Ardmore
Public Library. Ecstatic with
their accomplishments, each
student was recognized for
their creativity in writing
poetry, from left – Both Lindsay
Johnson of Belmont Hills and
Kira Baldwin of Ardmore
received Honorable Mention
while Darius Volertas of Nar-
berth was awarded third place
in the poetry contest. All the winners were invited to a reception on Sunday, March 13, 2011,
with the opportunity to read their poems.
Two Merion Mercy Academy
field hockey standouts, Kelley
Fay and Sarah Hospodar sign-
ed letters of intent for college.
Fay will play at Longwood
University and Hospodar will
be play at Boston College.
From left – Sarah Hospodar of
St. Davids and Kelley Fay of
Havertown.
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A language arts, grammar, and mathematics based
program for girls and boys entering eighth grade.
A two-week course to prepare students for high
school entrance and scholarship tests.
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An ideal program for pre-ninth grade girls. One
to three-week courses offering algebra, algebra
readiness, writing skills, study skills, and foreign
language readiness.
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Students will enjoy the arts this summer!
Courses range from one to three weeks in June
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hofuso Japanese House and Garden will host more than 30 CleanUp Day volunteers on
Saturday, March 19 from 9 a.m. - 12 noon to prepare the site for opening day. Volunteers
will sweep the veranda, remove the cobwebs, and dust the sliding doors of this historic
traditional-style Japanese house. In the nationally-ranked garden, the stone basins will
be cleaned, foliage will be pruned and leaves will be removed to make ready for the new
season.
On a cold spring morning, volunteers of the Friends of the Japanese House and Garden
(FJHG) will come out to prepare the site for opening weekend on April 2. Closed for win-
ter since October, Shofuso will be overrun with college anime club members, summer
campers, neighborhood high school students, longtime FJHG members and other lovers
of Japanese culture who sweep out the winter cold and dust. After top to bottom clean-
ing, FJHG board members provide a hot Japanese lunch of curry, rice, pickle and green
tea for chilled volunteers to warm up.
A Maintenance Manual, developed by Shofuso architect Junzo Yoshimura when Shofuso
was installed in Fairmount Park in 1958, and a Preservation Plan, developed by Japanese
preservationist Nobuo Ito in 2005 based on the Japanese government’s Preservation
Standard for Cultural Assets, guide the seasonal maintenance activities.
Shofuso will open to the public on April 2, 2011 for Saturdays and Sundays in April from
11 a.m. - 5 p.m. From May to September, Shofuso is open Wednesday through Friday 10
a.m. - 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Find information online
at www.shofuso.com. Guided, ticketed tours will be available Sakura Sunday, April 10, 2011.
More information about Sakura Sunday and the Cherry Blossom Festival can be found at
http://jasgp.org/cherryblossomfestival/.
Spring Cleaning for the Japanese House and Garden
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he Wayne Art Center is pleased to announce that the 2011 session of Summer Art Camp
will begin Monday, June 6 2011. Summer Art Camp is offered in 12 one-week sessions
from June 6 - August 26, 2011. Classes are available for pre-school, school age and teen-
age students ages 2-16 in a variety of art media, including: general art, drawing, painting,
ceramics, fiber arts & sewing, jewelry & digital photography for school age children and
teens. Camp classes are offered on a block schedule, with morning classes running 9:30 -
12:00 p.m., afternoon classes running 12:30 - 2:30 p.m., and late afternoon classes running
2:45 - 4:45 p.m. Sign your child up for one class, or all three for a full day of fun!
This year the theme is Question Art! Campers will spend the summer learning about art
history and different genres of art-making by asking questions. Themes change weekly, so
there is no repetition of projects from week to week.
The Wayne Art Center has an established Teen Volunteer program for mature teens age
13 and up. The volunteers work both in the classroom – setting up and assisting teachers
& students, and out of the classroom – ‘behind the scenes’ in the office performing some
of the general administrative work that is necessary to keep camp running smoothly. Teen
Volunteer forms are available for download at www.wayneart.org.
To learn more about Summer Art Camp Classes, workshops, exhibitions and events, or
to receive a catalog, call the Wayne Art Center at 610-688-3553 or visit www.wayneart.org.
The Wayne Art Center is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue in Wayne, PA 19087.
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oets Jorie Graham, Rachel Hadas and Susan Wheeler will read from their poems about
works of visual art, accompanied by images of the work at an event entitled “In the
Frame: Women Poets Write About Visual Art.”
This event is part of Bryn Mawr College’s Creative Writing Program Reading Series and
takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23, in the McPherson Auditorium, Goodhart
Hall, 150 N. Merion Ave., Bryn Mawr. It is free and open to the public. For information
visit www.brynmarw.edu.
Bryn Mawr College Professor of English Jane Hedley will serve as moderator for the event.
Hedley, Nick Halpern and Willard Spiegelman, who edited the recent anthology of essays
In the Frame: Women’s Ekphrastic Poetry From Marianne Moore to Susan Wheeler, will then
join critic Stephen Yenser and the three poets for a panel discussion.
This program has been made possible with the support of the Jane Flanders Fund, the
Marianne Moore Fund for the Study of Poetry, and the Bryn Mawr College Center for
Visual Culture.
Visual Arts and Poetry Come Together
Free Multi-Media Event at Bryn Mawr College on Wednesday, March 23
O
verbrook School for the Blind will hold its 19th Annual Pancake Breakfast to benefit
the school on Sunday, March 27 in Lions Hall at Overbrook School for the Blind, 6333
Malvern Avenue in Philadelphia. The Pancake Breakfast will begin at 8 a.m. and will con-
tinue through 1 p.m. Admission is only $5 per person for an all-you-can-eat breakfast in-
cluding pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, toast, coffee, and juice. Tickets are available
in advance or at the door.
In addition to door prizes for lucky guests, raffle tickets will be available at $1 each.
Raffle winners will receive several unique door prizes, including cash prizes of $500, $250
and $150. For those interested, the Lions Club will be conducting free eye screenings for
children 8 years old or younger.
Overbrook School for the Blind and the Philadelphia Filipino-American Lions Club are
co-hosts of the Pancake Breakfast. Free parking is available across from the school’s main
entrance on Malvern Avenue. For information, contact Kathe Archibald at Overbrook
School for the Blind at 215-877-0313, ext. 264 or visit www.obs.org.
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he Chyten Educational Center – The Main
Line in Narberth will participate in the
First Annual Chyten Educational Services
“Which Test Is Best?” Day on Saturday, March
26, during which it will offer a free ACT vs.
SAT comparison testing package (worth $90).
To help teens determine which college ad-
missions test will best position them for the
greatest future success, all 40 Chyten Educa-
tional Centers in 13 states across the coun-
try will give away the company’s ACT vs.
SAT Comparison Test and proprietary Mag-
nostic

Diagnostic—a first-of-its-kind report
that uses behavioral analytics to determine
which test is best for a student and which
tutoring methods will be most effective. “Which
Test is Best?” Day is open to students on a
first-come, first-served basis until all avail-
able slots are full or 1,000 students sign up
nationwide. Test takers can choose one of
two sessions (offered at 8:30 a.m. or 1:00 p.m.)
by contacting the Chyten Educational Center
in Narberth directly.
“Choosing which college admissions test
to take affects a student’s chances of being
accepted to their first-choice school, so it
is critical to take the test that is best aligned
with each student’s abilities to increase the
odds of a higher score,” said Bernard A.
Williams, educational director at the Chyten
Main Line center in Narberth. “With more
colleges and universities accepting the ACT,
students and their parents are more con-
fused than ever about which test to take. Our
ACT vs. SAT Comparison Test, along with
Chyten’s associated Magnostic

Diagnostic,
provides guidance to college-bound students
about which test they should take. In addi-
tion, the test offers parents a scientifically-
driven analysis of each student’s test-taking
strengths and weaknesses and insight into
how to improve their child’s scores that is
unique to the Chyten Educational Services
program.”
Chyten Educational Services invested sig-
nificant time and capital to create its Mag-
nostic
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Diagnostic. The cutting-edge stu-
dent assessment determines whether a test
taker’s skills are better suited for the ACT
or SAT by using behavioral analytics to study
various performance categories such as
fatigue and answer selection tendencies. The
Chyten Magnostic
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world-class tutors to create highly individu-
alized tutoring programs to maximize test-
day performance.
“Our test and diagnostic represent state-
of-the-art analytical tools that students and
parents can use to determine the most pro-
ductive course of study for maximum test-
day performance,” said Chyten Educational
Services Founder and CEO Neil Chyten. “Our
goal is for every student to achieve his or
her full potential. With the comparison test
and Magnostic
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students can make a well-informed decision
about which test to take and how to effec-
tively prepare in areas of deficiency.”
To take advantage of this exciting offer, call
the Chyten Educational Center – The Main
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berth.com.
Chyten to Offer Free “ACT vs. SAT”
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Camp Seneca Hunt Alumni Reunion
Camp Seneca Hunt Alumni Reunion – Even though camp has been closed for over 40 years, join the gang at
camp on May 14 to bring back the wonderful memories of Seneca Hunt. For information, online visit
www.Senecahuntcamp.com.
Overbrook Class of January 1956 Reunion
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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Arriving at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the Phila-
delphia International Flower Show Preview Party, March 5,
2011 are, from left – President, The Pennsylvania Horticultural
Society, Drew Becher of Philadelphia; Preview Party Chair-
man Linda Ann Galenter of Ambler; Chair, Philadelphia Inter-
national Flower Show Executive Committee, Melinda Moritz of
Flourtown; Chairman, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society,
John K. Ball of Wayne.
At the Preview Party and by a model of the Eiffel Tower is
Michelle Leonard, wearing a flowered hat, of Wynnewood.
At the Preview Party and by a Carousel Animal designed by
Valley Forge Flowers of Wayne are Yardley and Scott Jenkins
of Rosemont.
Celebrating the Penn Museum’s Women’s Committee February
9 opening of the Silk Road Exhibition are, from left – Bill and
Kelly Stiles of Medford, NJ and Dick Lackman and Women’s
Committee member, Doranne Lackman of Philadelphia, PA.
Attending the event are, from left – Women’s Committee member
Trudy and Laird Slade of Moylan, PA dressed in “Silk Road” attire.
“Secrets of the Silk Road” Opening
The Women’s Committee of The University of Pennsylvania
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology hosted a pre-
view party for the exhibition “Secrets of the Silk Road,” on
February 9 for 160 donors. The evening’s festivities included
a Chinese buffet dinner, live auction, raffle auction, enter-
tainment by Kung Fu Academy, Philadelphia with Chinese
Dragon Dance and The Philadelphia Chinese Association
Choral Group of Radnor. Although originally prohibited by
Chinese officials from displaying the show’s two mummies
and 100 artifacts from western China—the show officially
opened February 18 and ran through Tuesday March 15.
From March 17 through March 28, the exhibition will con-
tinue, with all the artifacts but without the two mummies.
For exhibition information and tickets, visit www.penn.museum/
silkroad.
Attending the Preview Party are, from left – PHS President
Drew Becher of Philadelphia; Kate Wilheim of Philadelphia,
and Mayor Michael Nutter.
At the Preview Party and by a Carousel Animal designed by
Valley Forge Flowers of Wayne are, from left – Board and Com-
mittee Member Roberta Dranoff and Carl Dranoff, of Haver-
ford; Preview Party Chairman Linda Ann Galente of Ambler.
Arriving at the Preview Party, Dorrance H. Hamilton of Strafford
is welcomed by Mayor Michael Nutter.
Meteorologists Cecily Tynan and Adam Joseph of 6ABC Action
News presented the Philadelphia International Flower Show
on television during the Preview Party.
Springtime in Paris
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) presented
its 2011 Philadelphia International Show, March 6 - 13, 2011,
at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th & Arch Streets,
Philadelphia. A Preview Party was held March 6, 2011. The
theme “Springtime in Paris,” featured a million blooms, a 37-
foot-tall Eiffel Tower, and a lush park that consumed 10
acres of exhibit space at the Convention Center. The event
also featured French-themed entertainment, wine tastings
and world renowned culinary and garden design experts,
floral design trends, and outstanding varieties of cut flowers
on the market. PNC has been the Flower Show sponsor for
20 years. At the Flower Show, PNC President J. William Mills,
III, accepted PHS’s inaugural President’s Award for environ-
mental leadership on behalf of PNC.
Chair of the Philadelphia International Flower Show Execu-
tive Committee is Melinda C. Moritz. Chair of the Preview
Party Committee is Linda Ann Galante. Chair of The Penn-
sylvania Horticultural Society is John K. Ball, of Chestnut Hill.
President of The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is Drew
Becher, of Wayne.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society motivates people
to improve their quality of life and create a sense of com-
munity through horticulture. Proceeds from the 2011 Flower
Show will support PHS’s new initiative to plant one million
trees in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and expand
its City Harvest program that brings fresh produce to more
than one thousand families weekly throughout the growing
season.
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man School
of Music (NBS)
will hold a mem-
orial concert in
memory of gifted
violin student,
Chanlan Lee, on
January 23, 2009
at 7 p.m. Chanlan
Lee, age 8, pass-
ed away on Dec-
ember 19 due to
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
a scholarship to a gifted violin student, from around th
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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Celebrating 24 Years of Community News
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On February 5 Cokie Roberts will speak about her work
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Footlighters Theater’s next
show is “The Complete History
of America, Abridged,” an his-
torical, hysterical comedy by
Adam Long, Austin Tichenor,
and Reed Martin. In the show
the history of America is revis-
ited from the founding of the
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by the three actors named in
the pictures. The productions
runs March 18, 19, 25, 26, 31,
April 1, 2 at 8 p.m. and Sun-
day, March 20 & 27 at 2 p.m.
All tickets are $12. For reser-
vations and information call 610-296-9245 or www.FootlightersTheater.com. Shown are, from
left – Will Rompala, Randy Weinstein and Don Gimpel.
“THE COMPLETE HI STORY OF
AMERI CA, ABRI DGED”

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