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Defining Service in Today’s World – Do We Give Until Nothing is Left?
best-selling author and internationally recognized advocate. “We must always treat ourselves with infinite kindness—service, true loving service, flows from that,” he continues. Swiller, who will be speaking at Rosemont College on April 13, lives a life full of service: to the deaf and disabled, to people suffering in Africa, and to soldiers returning from war. “Giving, giving, giving until nothing is left? I’ve been there and you can’t do it that way,” he states. What he has done with his life, in the face of many challenges, is humbling. He’s been a hospice worker, a Peace Corps volunteer, a forest ranger, a sheepskin craftsman, a raw food chef, and a Zen monk, among other things. He has also been deaf since the age of four. “A successful life is not measured in account balances or poll results, but in harmony. And harmony comes from service,” espouses Swiller. “We are here to love and to find wonder and gratitude in all things—service can take us there.” The Unheard: A Memoir of Deafness and Africa is Swiller’s best seller. It’s his story of growing up deaf and living for two years in a rural African Village beset with contagious disease, endemic corruption and witchcraft, as well as an appalling lack of toilet paper. Finding ways to bring his experience and passion to the world and to the causes he is passionate about, Swiller is currently working at Gallaudet University, the national university for the deaf. He is leading the effort to secure more attention, care and understanding for the tens of thousands of young veterans returning from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan with severe hearing
See Josh Swiller Speaks at Rosemont College on page 7

Free Concert with Jazz Vocalist Joanna Pascale

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Josh Swiller will be speaking at Rosemont College on April 13, 2011, at 7 p.m. He will discuss his unique experiences and how to navigate the emotional challenges of service – fatigue, frustration, martyrdom – in a presentation he calls “The Warrior Heart of Service.” This event is free and open to the public.

Jazz vocalist Joanna Pascale will perform a free community concert on April 17, from 3 - 4:30 p.m. at Tredyffrin Public Library.

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hroughout history, people have been called to service out of social injustices, war, natural disaster, or to give voice to those who have none. There is so much need in today’s world, but relief organizations and governments can’t be the only source of aid. It won’t ever be enough. So everyday people adopt causes, something for which they feel overwhelming affinity and give it everything they have: emotionally, physically, and in some cases, financially. It’s exhausting. How do you forge ahead when you are just tapped out? “We must remember to include ourselves in those we serve,” says Josh Swiller, New York Times

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redyffrin Public Library and The Music Workshop have teamed up to offer free community concerts this spring at the library located at 582 Upper Gulph Road in Strafford. The second concert in the series features jazz vocalist Joanna Pascale and will be held Sunday, April 17 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. Pascale is a master interpreter of the Great American Songbook and has appeared and recorded with jazz giants such as Cyrus Chestnut, Terell Stafford, legendary drummer Mickey Roker and others. She performs three nights a week with her quintet at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia. She has performed at the Litchfield Jazz Festival, the Berks Jazz Festival, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Kimmel Center, Zanzibar Blue, and many other venues. On top of a busy performing schedule, Pascale is a voice instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, The Kimmel Center and also is a member of the vocal faculty at Temple University where she teaches private voice lessons, coaches ensembles, and
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Merion Concert Band to Present Spring Concert
Featuring Trumpet Soloist Catherine Getchell he Merion Concert Band will present its spring concert on Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m. at the Harriton High School auditorium. The concert theme is “The Magnificent Trumpet,” showcasing the virtuosity of trumpet soloist Catherine Getchell playing Alexander Arutiunian’s Trumpet Concerto in Ab Major. Also, not to be missed, will be the performance of the Finale of Vasily Kalinnikov’s Symphony No. 1 with antiphonal brass choirs comprised of students and players from the tri-county area. A reception is planned following the concert. “Arutiunian’s Trumpet Concerto in Ab Major is one of the seminal works for trumpet,” according to Nathan Snyder, Conductor of the Merion Concert Band. The piece, completed in 1950, was premiered in the US by trumpeter Timofei Dokschitzer and has gone on to become standard in the trumpet repertoire and is a frequent audition piece at music schools including Juilliard. It has been described as a “flashy show piece,” but has its roots in the folk music of Armenia, where Arutiunian was born and currently lives. “I like this piece because it has such a range of moods, from angry to triumphant to sad to playful,” said Ms. Getchell about the Trumpet Concerto. It’s Attend this free concert April 10 to see the virtuosity of trumpet soloist Catherine Getchell playing Alexander Arutiunian’s “Trumpet Concerto in Ab Major.” the kind of playing that Ms. Getchell enjoys most: technically demanding, lyrical, expressive. After trying out several instruments at the age of nine, she felt a connection with the trumpet and thought, “This one’s for me!” She has stuck with it ever since and
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The halls of KIPP Charter School on North Broad Street in Philadelphia with swell with the sounds of music, theatre, storytelling and dance on Saturday, April 9, from 10 a.m. to noon during Young Audiences of Eastern Pennsylvania’s artist showcase featuring Rock Roots, Tap Team Two, Seth Reichgott and Tahira. To attend the free spring showcase contact Susan Nicodemus Quinn at 215-868-8456 or squinn@ yaep.org.

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A Nodate-style Japanese tea ceremony will be conducted outdoors on the veranda of the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden in West Fairmount Park on Saturday, April 9 for the public in two seatings at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. as part of the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia. Sakura Sunday, the great cherry blossom festival organized by the Japanese American Society of Greater Philadelphia (JASGP) at the Horticultural Center surrounding Shofuso, is Sunday, April 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Shofuso will be open for timed, ticketed tours for visitors to the festive outdoor celebration. For info on tours and or tickets, call 215-8785097 or visit www.shofuso.com.

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The Delaware County Symphony will present a program entitled, “Musical Perspectives” an annual musical event for speakers to discuss topics of broad interest and to share their experiences and insights with music lovers. This event will feature a talk by Jeremy Gill conductor, pianist, lecturer, and new Music Director of the Delaware County Symphony and focus on Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 and Mr. Gill’s compositional approach to music. The program will be on Saturday, April 16 at 7 p.m. on the stage of the Meagher Theatre with its Steinway piano available for musical illustrations. A reception will follow the program featuring gourmet desserts and refreshments. The symphony welcomes all to join patrons, community members, musicians and board members for this unique and insightful musical experience. Neumann University ours might be a little less wonder- is located at One Neumann Drive, Free Program ful) on Wednesday, April 13 from Aston, PA. Tickets are $25. Reserwith MUFON 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Free and open to vations and directions at 610-356Tuesday April 12, at 6:30 p.m. will the public. For information, visit 3527. be a free film screening with www.chemheritage.org. Suzanne Taylor Producer of “What Narberth Havurah on Earth is Happening? Inside the Breakfast with the Passover Seder Crop Circle Mystery.” The film reEaster Bunny The Narberth Havurah invites memcounts Suzanne’s investigations into the crop circles phenomena over Local children are invited to meet bers of the community to its seventh the last 20 years. The program is will Mr. Rabbit over a delicious break- annual Passover seder on Monday, be held at the Tredyffrin Township fast at Plymouth Meeting Mall’s April 18, 2011, from 5:30 - 8 p.m. public Library at 582 Upper Gulph Chick-fil-A on Saturday, April 16 at Merion Friends Meeting House Road, Strafford, PA 19087-2096; from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. The famous Activities Building, 615 Montgomphone 610-688-7092 for directions bunny will be hopping to each table, ery Avenue, Merion, PA. The evenonly. For info visit www.MainLine- making visits, and spreading spring- ing will include a potluck dinner, time smiles. Tickets are $4.50 per Bring side dish, main dish or desMufon.com or call 610-613-0088. person and available now at Chick- sert. Wine, juice and traditional Passfil-A and Customer Service at Ply- over foods will be provided. The cost Women’s Passover mouth Meeting Mall. (Cash only at is $18 per household for Havurah Celebration Customer Service.) Space is limited; members, $18 per adult, $9 Child Join the members of the Sister- reservations are recommended. over 5, Free Child under 5. For info hood of Main Line Reform Temple Visit shopplymouthmeetingmall.com contact 610-896-5507, www.narberthfor an evening of creative songs, for the full menu. havurah.org or mesmith1@comSeder and Sisterhood April 12 at 7 cast.net. Send reservations to Narp.m. Full catered dinner, BYOB, $30 “Spring into Health berth Havurah P.O. Box 65, Narberth, for non members. Contact Susan Community Day” at PA 19072. Freudenberg to reserve your place, Saunders Park 610-519-9571 or susan.freudenberg@ Science Quizzo Joining other community groups, verizon.net. In collaboration with other area Penn Presbyterian Medical Center International Year of hosts “Spring into Health Communi- science organizations, CHF, The Chemistry (IYC 2011) ty Day” on April 16, 2011 (rain Chemical Heritage Foundation, predate April 30), from 12 to 4 p.m. at sents Science Quizzo (at National Book Club Saunders Park; located across from Mechanics, 22 S. Third Street, PhilaCHF, The Chemical Heritage Foun- PPMC’s Emergency Department at delphia, PA 19106), in celebration dation (315 Chestnut St., Philadel- 38-39th and Powelton Avenue, near of the Philadelphia Science Festiphia, PA 19106; 215-925-2222), pre- Lancaster Avenue. The free public val. Teams of up to 6 people are sents the second installment of the event for kids, adults and seniors welcome to join in the fun as CHF International Year of Chemistry offers many free health services delves into science facts and con(IYC 2011) Book Club, in collabo- including medical and dental screen- cepts with Robert Hicks, emcee ration with Head House Books. ings, CPR and first aid education, extraordinaire, on Monday, April Participants will discuss “The Age HIV testing, free blood pressure 18 at 6 p.m. Free and open to the of Wonder” by Richard Holmes. and diabetes screenings, first aid public (age 21+ or accompanied by Historian of science Michal Meyer kits for the first 150 visitors, help- chaperone 25 years or older). For discusses just what was so wonder- ful information on many important information, visit: www.chemherful about this time period (and why health topics, and more. There itage.org.
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Facilitated Discussions will be Thursday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m. at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church and Tuesday, April 26 following the screening at Main Line Reform Temple. A “Race to Nowhere” screening will be Tuesday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. at Main Line Reform Temple. The new documentary, “Race to Nowhere,” points to the silent epidemic in our schools, turning the personal political and igniting a national conversation about the pressures faced by American schoolchildren and their teachers in a system and culture obsessed with the illusion of achievement, competition and the pressure to perform. These discussion groups will be facilitated by trained educational counselors and psychologists. Tickets for screening are $10 and are available at http://rtnmainlinereformtemple.eventbrite.com/. For information, contact Joyce Krajian at the Middleton Center, Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 610-525-0766 or mail@middletoncetner.org. Main Line Reform Temple is located at 410 Montgomery Avenue, Wynnewood, 610-649-7800.

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monds Gala April 13, 2011, in the Atrium at The Curtis Center, 601 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, at 6 p.m. The Gala will honor Alfred A. Bove ’66, PhD ’70, with the presentation of the Diamond Award. Music by “Art of the Garden” Rhapsody Band. Proceeds from the evening will benefit Temple Univer“Art of the Garden,” an exhibition of works by 100+ artists, will open sity Hospital. For info call the Auxiliary Office at 215-707-7898. Friday, April 8, from 5:30 - 8:30 at the Haverford Township Free Library, 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA 19083. This fund-raiser will feature ArtUnleashed many Main Line artists and will benefit the library. Find more than 200 The Committee for the University of the Arts is presenting ArtUnleashed works from painters, sculptors, ceramicists and jewelers on view, and enjoy wine from Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery and gourmet delights. in Dorrance Hall, 320 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. The Art ExhiHaverford Township Free Library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Hav- bition and Sale will open with a Preview Party April 13, 2011. A Public erford, PA 19083. For info call 610-446-3082 or visit www.haverfordli- Sale will be held April 14-16, 2011, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. There is an admission charge for the event. The Art Exhibition is work by students, brary.org. faculty and recent alumni featuring jewelry, furniture, paintings, drawings and prints, ceramics and sculpture, photography and more. All proPhiladelphia Trio Concert ceeds from ArtUnleashed will benefit the Sam S. McKeel Young Artists The final concert in this season’s Philadelphia Trio series of concerts at Scholarship Fund. For information call 215-717-6144. Main Line Unitarian Church will be presented on Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m. Pianist Elizabeth Keller, violinist Barbara Sonies, and cellist Deborah National Child Care Teacher Awards Reeder, all well-known performers and teachers in the Philadelphia area, The Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation will honor 50 outstanding will perform works by Mozart (Sonata for Piano and Violin in Bb Major, K. 454), Saint-Saëns (Trio #1 in F Major, Op. 18), and Alexander Zemlin- child care teachers chosen to receive The Terri Lynne Lokoff Children’s sky (Trio in d Minor, Op. 3). Zemlinsky (1871-1942) was greatly admired Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Awards April 14, 2011, at Please by Brahms and, later, Mahler, and Schoenberg. His music is in a lush, Touch Museum, Memorial Hall, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadellate-Romantic style. The Philadelphia Trio has received acclaim both in phia. The event will begin with a buffet supper at 7 p.m. followed by an this country and Europe. Main Line Unitarian Church is located at 816 awards ceremony at 8 p.m. The Keynote speaker will be Susan P. Aronson, S. Valley Forge Rd., Devon, PA. Tickets ($18, $15 Sr., and $13 Student) MD, FAAP, ECELS Pediatric Advisor. Proceeds of the evening will benefit will be available at the door. The concert will be followed by a reception. the Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation, a non-profit organization that is making America better by improving early care and education. For more information, call 610-664-0346 or e-mail philtrio@aol.com. For information call 610-992-1140. By Rose Marie Riley

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The point guard of the 76’ers, Louis Williams, will be hosting the Bone Marrow Donor Drive at Temple University. With one cotton swab of your mouth the test for a donor match is completed in less than a minute. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) has partnered with the Lou Williams Foundation, the Temple Bone Marrow Transplant Program, and DKMS in support of the Bone Marrow Donor Drive. The drive will take place on April 12, 2011 from 12:00 - 4:30 p.m. at The Learning Center at Temple University Health System located at 2450 West Hunting Park Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. The event is open to the public with no appointment necessary, free onsite parking and cost-free testing. For information on the Bone Marrow Drive or The Eastern PA Chapter of LLS, call Ilana Benyosef, Patient Services Manager, at 610-238-0360 or visit www.lls.org/epa.

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Present Day Philadelphia is transported back to 1990’s Paris in the Philadelphia School for Circus Arts (PSCA) production of “The Green Fairy Cabaret,” April 14, 2011 to April 17, 2011, at the Kimmel Center’s Hamilton Garden, at 10 a.m. daily and 12 p.m. (Noon) Saturday and Sunday. The show will feature performances by top circus artists in fabric, aerial ladder, trapeze and acrobatics. The new original production is part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. For tickets & information call 215-840-9216.

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In conjunction with Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA), The Center for Emerging Visual Artists presents “Embody,” a solo exhibition of works by Bohyun Yoon, curated by Amie Potsic. “Embody” will be on view at the Felicity R. (Bebe) Benoliel Gallery at The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, located at 237 S. 18th Street, 3rd floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Gallery hours are 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. The exhibit opened April 4 and runs through April 22. The Artist Reception will take place on Friday, April 8, from 6 - 8 p.m. For information, contact Amie Potsic at amie@cfeva.org or 215-546-7775 ext. 12 or visit www.cfeva.org. The signature piece in the exhibition is Bohyun Yoon’s “Structure of Shadow,” silicon, wire, steel, spotlight, 60 x 60 x 90 inches, 2009.

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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer On Stage • Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, presents Alfred Hitchcock’s THE 39 STEPS, through May 1, Hitchcock’s masterpiece of a juicy spy novel with a dash of Monty Python. Richard Hannay, our hero, is intrigued by a mysterious woman claiming to be a spy. He finds himself on a mad dash from London to Scotland when this charming lady winds up dead in his flat. With police hot on his trail, Hannay has a series of misadventures involving an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers, and good old-fashioned romance. With four actors creating over 150 crazy characters, this fast-paced whodunit will be an unforgettable evening of nonstop laughs. For tickets ($10 - $80) or info, call 215-574-3550 or online at www.WalnutStreetTheatre.org. Wine & Dining • The Coffee Bar, 1701 Locust Street in Philadelphia, offers their brand new frequent coffee drinker card. For every nine cups of coffee (any style) you purchase, receive the tenth cup FREE! Alcoholic coffee drinks not included. $5 on signature Sunday for Bloody Marys and Mimosas. Also serves breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, and late night snacks. For info, call 215-789-6136 or visit modworldwide.com/coffeebar. • Cuba Libre, 10 South 2nd Street in Philadelphia, offers a special menu through April 30 featuring ten sweet and savory empanadas. Celebrate National Empanada Day on Friday, April 8 and Easter Sunday, April 24. Empanadas range in price from $8 to $20, for an entree sized empanada, and are a tasty addition to the restaurant’s popular Cuban menu of chef-partner Guillermo Pernot, who created the special menu after a recent trip to Cuba. For reservations or info, call 215-627-0666 or visit www.cubalibrerestaurant.com. • Verdad (Spanish for truth), 818 West Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr, PA, is the Main Line’s Euro-Latin tapas restaurant and tequila bar. Chef Nicholas Farina’s seasonal menu features Spanish, Cuban, Brazilian, and Mexican influences. Located steps away from the historic Bryn Mawr Movie Theatre, Verdad offers dinner or a late night snack after the movie. Verdad’s menu lists over 70 tequilas, an international selection of beer, an extensive wine list, unique margaritas, homemade sangria, and 1/2 off happy hour. For reservations or info, call 610-520-9100 or visit verdadrestaurant.com. • Opa, 1311 Sansom Street in Philadelphia, is a newlyopened modern 70-seat Greek restaurant-bar, evoking the Gazi neighborhood of Athens, with an expansive bar, dramatic wooden canopy and an intimate banquette area, providing a perfect setting to feature Opa’s fresh interpretations of traditional Greek fare based on Tsiouris traditional family recipes prepared by Executive Chef Andrew Brown. Menu prices for Mezedes range in price from $3 to $14 while entrees range in price from $11 to $24. Signature cocktails range in price from $9 to $11. The wine selection focuses

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the “Sow The Seeds of Our New Library” fund. The show, running through June 21, opens on April 8 with a reception and awards ceremony from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The Gardeners’ Gathering lecture series, sponsored by the Friends of the HTFL and organized by Janae Alberts, will be held on selected Fridays at noon between March and June. The next lectures are: April 15 – Shade Gardening – presented by Master Gardeners Janae Alberts and Joe Daniels; May 6 – The Gardens of The Historic Grange Estate – presented by Master Gardener Jay Trolley with Elizabeth Mellon from The Grange; June 3 – The Bees – presented by Master Gardener and Grange beekeeper Hazel Delikatny. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA 19083. For details visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

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he Stagecrafters theater presents the political thriller Mud, River, Stone, by award-winning author Lynn Nottage, opening on Friday, April 8 for a three-weekend run. Its action unfolds somewhere in Africa, as two vacationing African-American Manhattanites, Sarah and David Bradley, take a wrong turn off the paved road and end up stranded during a rainstorm in a seedy Colonial-era hotel in the middle of nowhere, together with an assorted lot of both black and white strandees. Suddenly what started out as a romanticized journey to their roots has taken a detour into a bizarre and harrowing adventure. In this incisive and gripping thriller, by turns scary and sardonically funny, their experience takes on more and more absurd dimensions, forcing them to reflect on the eye-opening realities of contemporary Africa. Award-winning author Lynn Nottage (b. 1964) has several notable plays among her published work, of which her best known, Intimate Apparel, was produced at The Stagecrafters in 2008. She received the signal honor of the MacArthur Genius Grant in 2007 and the Pulitzer Prize for her latest play, Ruined, in 2009. Mud, River, Stone premiered in 1997 at Playwrights Horizons in New York City, to very favorable notices. Performance dates are April 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 at 8 p.m., April 10, 17, 24 at 2 p.m. Tickets are priced at $15. (Thu. eve performances “2 for $20”). Students with valid ID $13 At-door. Groups of 15 or more are offered a reduced rate of $13 a ticket, paid in advance. The box office opens 45 minutes before each performance. For information call 215-247-8881; for reservations-direct call 215-2479913. The theater is located in the heart of Chestnut Hill at 8130 Germantown Avenue. For details visit www.thestagecrafters.org. A “Meet the Cast and Director” Q & A session will be held following the performance on Friday, April 15. All attendees that evening are welcome to stay.

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over the years has played in numerous bands, orchestras, and other groups. These include serving as principal trumpet of the East Winds Symphonic Band, Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, and Yale Symphony Orchestra. In addition to serving as a member of the Merion Concert Band, she currently plays in the Main Line Symphony and is the principal cornet of Penn View Brass Band. She has also performed as a soloist with ensembles including the Washington Chamber Symphony, Yale Symphony Orchestra, Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, East Winds Symphonic Band, North Suburban Symphonic Band, and Penn View Brass Band. “What I most love about playing the trumpet is that it has such a range of expression,” said Ms. Getchell. “It can be loud and bombastic, triumphant, lyrical and beautiful, or screaming with passion. It can tell a joke or make you cry. And it demands the discipline of practice every day.” About the concert theme, the “Magnificent Trumpet,” Mr. Snyder said, “The trumpet itself has always held a mystique in the music world because of its seemingly unlimited usage and range. It’s versatile enough to be played in orchestras, bands, jazz ensembles and is used frequently as a solo instrument.” The Finale from Vasily Kalinnikov’s Symphony No. 1 promises to provide a grand finish to the concert. “The antiphonal brass choirs add an exciting element to an already great piece of music,” said Mr. Snyder. “They are used to augment the existing brass section in the band and truly overwhelm the audience with a ‘wall of sound.’ The two brass choirs set up on either side of the band and will sometimes play at different times imitating each other and sometimes play together producing that wall of sound.” The brass choirs will comprise players from Montgomery, Delaware and Philadelphia counties as well as students from Lower Merion and Harriton High Schools. “It is truly a community event,” added Mr. Snyder. Other pieces to be performed include Leonard Bernstein’s Overture to Candide, Dmitri Shostakovich’s Galop, Sleep by Eric Whitacre and the English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughan Williams, with the “missing” second movement, Sea Songs. The April 10 concert is free and open to the public. There is ample parking and the facility is wheelchair accessible. For information, call 215-429-4142 or online visit www.merionconcertband.org.

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Awaiting guests at the Wayne Art Center for the 2nd “Spring Off the Wall,” that was held March 25, 2011, at the Wayne Art Center are, from left – Event Chairman Debbie Obee of Villanova; Chairman of the Board Jim Cobb of Villanova; Executive Director, Wayne Art Center, Nancy Campbell of Berwyn. At the event – Nancy Campbell, Executive Director, Wayne Art Center, with Sponsor Jim Dibrino, Owner, The Great Frame Up, of Downingtown; and Karen Louise Fay, Director of Special Events, Wayne Art Center, of Newtown Square.

Kathleen and Alessandra Zito, both Broomall, enjoy some bonding time at Mother and Daughter Fashion Show.

At the event are, from left – Igor Roa and Kelly Cook, of Artesano Iron Works Events & Catering, of Philadelphia; Gale and Bruce Gillespie of Villanova; Ivan Roa and Chris Ajello, of Artesano Iron Works & Catering, of Philadelphia. Enjoying the event, are from left – Rebecca Drury Sorlien; Debbie Obee, Chair of the Event; Sally Randolph. All of Villanova.

Lisa and Debora Bevilacqua, both Newtown Square, show their MMA spirit.

Spring Off the Wall 2011
The Committee for Wayne Art Center presented the 2nd “Spring Off the Wall,” March 25, 2011, at the Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne. The event featured a sale of original 8" x 10" unframed art from accomplished artists in the Philadelphia region. Framing was available from the Great Frame Up during the event. The event also featured “Off the Wall” martinis, delicious food from Artesano Iron Works Event & Catering, wine and music. Chair was Debbie Obee of Villanova. Nancy Campbell is Executive Director of the Wayne Art Center. All proceeds of “Spring Off the Wall” will support art educational programs at Wayne Art Center.
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By the martini bar are, from left – Becky and Doug Pyle of St. Davids; Patty and Mark Hallowell of Wayne.

Merion Mercy Celebrates in Style
Merion Mercy Academy held its annual Mother and Daughter Fashion Show. This year’s theme was “Peacocks and Pearls.” Drexelbrook in Drexel Hill catered the event; close to 415 moms and daughter attended. Fashions were provided by Elizabeth Maar and Just Girls (Haverford and Newtown Square).
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