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Janet S. Klein to be Honored with Orchestra Concordia Presents Free Concert May 18 Twelfth Annual Rebecca Lukens Award he National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum in Coatesville, PA, will present its 12th annual Rebecca Lukens Award to noted historic preservationist and museum management consultant, Janet S. Klein. Mrs. Klein proved vital in the seminal stages of the restoration of Terracina, the first historic home in the Lukens National Historic District. Established by the Graystone

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The Rebecca Lukens Award will be presented to Janet S. Klein at a reception in the Lukens National Historic District, on May 31, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Society’s to honor individuals who exhibit the qualities of Rebecca Lukens, the annual award will be presented to Mrs. Klein at a May 31 reception, in the Lukens National Historic District. Mrs. Klein is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, mother of two, and wife of noted television management professional, Lew Klein. As a native of Philadelphia, Mrs. Klein is known in many historic arenas, but initially for her work inspiring and promoting Fairmount Park house tours for the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She is also credited with the creation of such projects as The Liberty Trail, for which she designed and promoted a 165-mile automobile route of historical attractions, installed road signs, and produced and distributed a corresponding color map and brochure. Her work with historic house tours grew as she became affiliated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation which provided techniSee Janet S. Klein to Receive Rebecca Lukens Award on page 8

Orchestra Concordia Conductor Gary White and Philadelphia Orchestra violin soloist, Richard Amoroso will be featured with Orchestra Concordia on May 18. Photo/Greg Prichard rchestra Concordia will present the final concert of its season on May 18 at 8 p.m. at the Radnor Middle School, 150 Louella Avenue, Wayne, PA. The performance is free and open to the public, and is wheelchair accessible. Under the direction of conductor Gary White, the program will feature Philadelphia Orchestra violinist and guest soloist Richard Amoroso in Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5. The program also includes Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio Overture and Beethoven’s Third Symphony “Eroica.” By offering admission free performances at a convenient location, Orchestra Concordia strives to make superb concert experiences accessible to all. Orchestra Concordia is a vol-

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The Savoy Company Presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s Fairy Tale Opera Iolanthe included. Note the Rain Date nternationally acclaimed policy at www.savoy.org. Long& the newest Company in wood Gardens is located at Residence with Philadelphia 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Theatre Company, The Savoy Square, PA 19348. Company will go to British Advertised as “An Entirely Parliament to present Gilbert Original Fairy Opera” by Gil& Sullivan’s comic opera bert and Sullivan, Iolanthe reIolanthe, or The Peer and the counts the conflict between Peri featuring a gorgeous, professionally designed set, beauPhoenix Fritch as Strephon tiful costumes, & a profes& Alize Rozsnyai as Phyllis – sional orchestra. Three perin The Savoy Company’s formances will delight the production of Gilbert & audience May 18 (8 p.m.) & Sullivan’s comic opera May 19 (2 p.m. & 8 p.m.), at “Iolanthe.” The Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad Street (Broad & the immortal fairies and the Lombard Streets), Philadelmortal peers. Strephon, a halfphia, PA 19146. mortal whose mother is Iolanthe The Savoy Company will of the Fairy Court, loves Phyllis, present Gilbert & Sullivan’s a ward of the Lord Chancellor comic opera Iolanthe under of the English Court, who is the stars on stage of the Open unaware of Strephon’s fairy Air Theatre amid the tranheritage. The opera lampoons quil beauty of Longwood Garboth the English House of Lords dens—featuring gorgeous, and the idea of political parprofessionally designed set ties but in such bouncy, amipieces, beautiful costumes, and a professional orchestra. Two evening performances will delight the audi- cable absurdities that it is all received as good fun. ence on June 8 & 9, 2018 (8:30 p.m.). All Day Admission to the Gardens is See The Savoy Company Presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Iolanthe” page 8

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Spring is here and it’s time again for McMichael Park supporters to come out, enjoy the fresh air, and “Love” the Park! Saturday, May 12 (rain date of May 19) clean up in the morning starts at 9 a.m. Children’s Story hour at 11:30 a.m. Followed by a Music Program at 12:30. In addition, a pet adoption will be offered at noon. ACCT, Street Tails, Brandywine Valley SPCA, Morris Animal Refuge, J & Co, Noah’s Ark, PAWS, and a Rabbit Rescue group have all been invited. McMichael Park is located at 3800 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19129 (East Falls). For information, contact Alexis Franklin, Coordinator of the Friends of McMichael, 215-3271086 or visit https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfMcmichaelPark/.

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Attend a Free Community Block Party filled with live music, food & drinks, kid activities, an art exhibit, vendors and free beer and wine for adults on Saturday, May 12, from 1 to 5 p.m. at 210 Bala Avenue, Bala Cynwyd. This event will take place on Bala Avenue in Bala Cynwyd. The road closure is from the entrance of BMW parking garage to Highland Avenue. Family Fun: Music all day with 2 bands – Super Bonanza and Aberdale All-Stars; free La Cabra beer & free wine for those 21 & up. Kids activities include: Face Painting, Balloon Animals, Games, Chalk and Bubbles, Bouncy House. Food vendors include: Pescatore, Bala Thai Bistro, Woodfire Pizza food truck, Grilled Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and Veggie Burgers. Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/bala-ave-block-party-tickets-45306452820.

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Youth String Musicians Concert At the 11th Annual Festival Concert, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s PRYSM (Philadelphia Region Youth String Music) and PRYSM-YA (PRYSM Young Artists) ensembles will perform, demonstrating their outstanding musical talent. The concert will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at 2 p.m. and will be held in Centennial Hall at the Haverford School, located at 750 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA. General admission to this event is $15, and free for students under 18 years of age. For information, call 215-545-0502.

Lunch With The Rabbi – Center City Tuesday, May 15 at 12 noon, you bring lunch, and Main Line Reform Temple’s Senior Rabbi David Straus will serve up an interesting conversation. Hosted by Sid Steinberg at Post & Schell, P.C., Four Penn Center, 1600 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Phila. RSVP to Sid, ssteinberg@postschell.com. Visit www.mlrt.org.

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Mark your calendar to attend the annual Merion Scout House Fair & Auction on Saturday, May 19 from 12-4. There will be a a rope bridge, a pie eating contest, games, great food and even chances of getting some great prizes during the silent auction (more than 60 items including admission tickets to attractions, restaurant gift certificates and more). There is something for everyone of all ages to enjoy at the fair. The fair is the primary fundraiser during the year to support the scouts. Have fun, learn about scouting, and enjoy a sense of community. For details and to view the silent auction items go to: http://bit.ly/merionauction. The silent auction will take place on May 19 between 12-3 at the Merion Scout House grounds. There is no online bidding. Businesses, who would like to donate, can do it through the auction website. The event will take place at the Merion Scout house, 625 Hazelhurst Ave., Merion Station, PA.

three other mysterious sinkings. Foster is a retired information technology, electronics and communications project manager. Main Line Philadelphia’s Garden District springs to life with the 2018 Home & Gar- MUFON presents monthly programs, free and open to the public. For deden Festival. The kick-off to the spring festival season in Philadelphia, tails on 2018 programs, visit www.MainLineMUFON.com. Chestnut Hill blossoms into an outdoor garden marketplace on Sunday, Nonprofit Management Workshop May 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. as more than 150 home & garden vendors, artists, and craftsmen line Germantown Avenue. This free, family- On Tuesday, May 22, from 10 a.m. to Noon, (coffee and networking at friendly event annually draws more than 30,000 attendees to the pic- 9:30 a.m.) RSVP’s VEC will host a seminar, “Marketing: A Recipe for turesque retail corridor located just 12 miles outside of Center City, Phila- Survival.” Solid marketing to all audiences is critical: to donors to raise delphia. Summer and fall events in Chestnut Hill include First Wednes- funds; to potential clients to provide services; to volunteers to keep the days, Chestnut Hill: Unveiled (June 10), Petapalooza (July 8), and the organization alive. In this workshop, you will learn how to develop a marFall for the Arts Festival (September 30). For information on events or keting plan through: Market Research; SWOT Analysis; Strategic Planning; Setting Goals and Timelines. Workshop Facilitator: Sylvia Lifschitz, Chestnut Hill as a destination, visit www.chestnuthillpa.com. Senior level professional with 30 years’ experience in Quantitative Delaware County Youth Orchestra Free Concert Healthcare Market Research. To register, contact Jolene Ewing 610-834The Delaware County Youth Orchestra will perform their annual Spring 1040 ext. 111 or email jolenee@rsvpmc.org.

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Concert for the 2017-2018 season on Sunday, May 20 at 3 p.m., at New Horizons’ Daily Lunch at Noon Conestoga High School, 200 Irish Road, Berwyn, PA 19312. Admission is New Horizons serves a full course lunch Monday, Wednesday and Thursfree. The venue has disability access. Under the direction of Maestro Andrew Hauze the orchestra will present Bernstein, “Overture” to West day (Summer Schedule) at Noon for adults 60 and over. The menus are Side Story,” Berlioz, “Three Dances from The Damnation of Faust,” planned by a local nutritionist and are catered by Betty the Caterer. Delius, “The Walk to the Paradise Garden,” and Sibelius, “Finlandia.” Meals are available for a suggested donation of $2 per meal. This program is subsidized by Montgomery County Aging and Adult Services. Call or onFor directions, visit www.dcyo.org. line visit www.newhorizonsseniorcenter.org to see what’s on the menu! Call 610-664-2366 or stop by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth, to MUFON Program Quartermaster Joseph Foster was on deck when he saw three objects make your reservations! careening at 3500 miles per hour over his Coast Guard cutter, the Mellon. Just ten minutes later, he learned of the sinking of a Soviet submarine, carrying three armed nuclear ballistic missiles and torpedoes, lost with all hands. The mysterious objects had approached from that same direction, ENE, 800 miles away! The 1968 incident prompted the CIA (Project Azorian) to investigate and raise the sub. (After all, it was during the Cold War.) You’ll hear Joe Foster’s personal account Tuesday, May 22 at Tredyffrin Public Library, Strafford, PA (6:30 p.m.) describing this and

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Workin’ 9 to 5…at Bryn Mawr Film Institute ver-worked? Under paid? Tired of the sexist egotistical lying hypocritical bigots in your life? Come to BMFI for a cocktail-infused screening of the iconic comedy 9 to 5 on Wednesday, May 16! Admission includes a ticket to the screening, a coffee-inspired cocktail, and a limited edition BMFI 9 to 5 mug!

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About 9 to 5: At Consolidated Companies, Violet (Lily Tomlin), Judy (Jane Fonda), and Doralee (Dolly Parton) endure unfair treatment and constant harassment. Following an afternoon of martinis and revenge fantasies, the trio kidnaps their lecherous boss and runs the business their way. For all of 9 to 5’s slapstick energy, its protagonists’ pursuit of equal treatment and pay was timely, arriving the same year that the government issued its first guidelines on sexual harassment. Almost four decades later, 9 to 5 remains hilarious and all too relevant. “What a rat. What a liar. What a creep.” Belly up with Violet, Judy, and Doralee and throw back a cocktail provided by The Grog Grill! Attendees will receive a limited edition 9 to 5 mug with the price of admission! 9 to 5 will show at Bryn Mawr Film Institute on Wednesday, May 16 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $12 for BMFI members. One mug and one cocktail are included with the price of admission. Drinks will be served starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are available through www.BrynMawrFilm.org or at the Box Office during operating hours. BMFI is located at 824 W. Lancaster Ave. in Bryn Mawr, PA. BMFI presents this special screening in conjunction with the film series “A Girl’s Best Friend: Female Friendship on Film.” Too often, Hollywood limits its depictions of female relationships to romantic rivalries or sparring between frenemies. BMFI is proud to present a cycle of films celebrating women who stick together through love, labor, and the rest of life’s wild twists and turns. Other films in this series include Girlfriends May 9, and Thelma & Louise, in conjunction with a Cinema Classics Seminar, on Wednesday, May 23.

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Picnic and Tour at Laurel Hill Cemetery May 17 oin Jeff Jerome, curator emeritus of the Poe House and Museum in Baltimore, as he enthralls the audience with tales of premature burial, torture, murder, insanity, superstition, and all the other fun topics we associate with the man known as Edgar Allan Poe. Bring your own picnic, beverages, blanket, or folding chairs, and spread out among the historic stones to listen to a lively discussion, before embarking on an hour-long walking tour of the grounds of Laurel Hill Cemetery. Jeff’s presentation will offer many highlights, as well as dispel many of the myths and legends surrounding Poe’s life and works. Did Poe die in a Baltimore gutter? Was Poe a drug addicted madman? Why did he always dress in black? Is there a Poe connection to Laurel Hill Cemetery? Come join the living and the dead and be prepared to leave with a better understanding of this great writer. Jeff Jerome has been associated with the Poe Grave and

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Mother’s Day Breakfast at Graeme Park, Horsham reat Mom to Mother’s Day breakfast at historic Graeme Park. A catered breakfast buffet, by A&J Catering, will be offered in our floored, enclosed event tent. Tours of the 1722 Keith House, which retains much of its original architectural detail and was home to Pennsylvania Governor Sir William Keith and the writer Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, will be offered following breakfast. The breakfast is being held on Sunday, May 13 and seatings are at 10:30, 11:00 and 11:30 a.m. The menu includes: fresh fruit salad, bagels and cream cheese, Danish, a cooked to order omelet bar, French toast, Belgian waffles, hash browns, sausage, bacon, ham, Mimosa cocktails and mocktails, and orange juice and coffee. The cost is $25/person and $12.50/children (ages 6-12) plus a small processing fee per ticket; high chairs are NOT available but children 5 and under are welcome at no charge. Reservations and prepayment are required and can be made online by visiting www.eventbrite.com and searching for Graeme Park. This program is being presented by the Friends of Graeme Park, with the cooperation of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Call 215-343-0965 for details. Directions are available at www.graemepark.org.

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oin Graeme Park on May 20 beginning at noon for a day of colonial cooking and conversation about the use of herbs and plants as food, medicine, and fixes around the colonial home! Cooking demonstrations throughout the day in Graeme Park’s reproduction kitchen. Presentation at 2 p.m. on the surprisingly various uses of common colonial herbs and garden plants. Tours of the Keith House at 12, 12:30, 1 p.m. and following the presentation (approx. 2:30-3). Regular house tour admission of $6/general, $5/senior (65+), and $3/youth (3-11) charged. Living History Sundays occur regularly at Graeme Park on the third Sunday of the month from May through October. Future topics include: Childhood in the Colonies, Loyalists & Revolutionaries, the Revolutionary War & Graeme Park, the Civil War & Graeme Park, and William Keith: Savvy Politician or Scoundrel? Details of upcoming programs can be found on Graeme Park’s website at www.graemepark.org. This program is being presented by the Friends of Graeme Park, with the cooperation of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

Call 215-343-0965 for details. Directions are available at www.graemepark.org. Graeme Park is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Landmark. Built in 1722, the Keith House is the only surviving residence of a colonial Pennsylvania governor. Graeme Park is located at 859 County Line Rd. in Horsham. It is owned by the PHMC and is administered by the Friends of Graeme Park. Regular hours are Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. 4 p.m. and Sunday noon - 4 p.m., last tour no later than 3 p.m.; admission is charged for tours. For information, call 215-343-0965 or go to www.graemepark.org. Persons with disabilities who need special assistance or accommodation should call 215-343-0965 in advance. Pennsylvania TDD relay service is available at (800) 654-5984. Graeme Park is one of 26 historic sites and museums on the Pennsylvania Trail of History, which is overseen by the PHMC. For information or to request a free 24-page guide, visit www.phmc.state.pa.us or phone toll free 1-866-PA TRAIL.

Free Legal Advice Offered May 16 by Philadelphia Bar Association he Philadelphia Bar Association will offer free legal advice to residents of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties on Wednesday, May 16, between 5-8 p.m. Members of the public can access the service by calling the Association’s LegalLine hotline at 215-238-6333. Area residents seeking confidential legal advice will be able to speak for free with a volunteer attorney from the Philadelphia Bar Association. Attorneys are available to offer information about any aspect of the law including family law, landlord-tenant, workers’ compensation, employment law and more. LegalLine is a public service sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association, providing residents with free, quick and accurate legal advice during convenient evening hours. LegalLine is offered on the third Wednesday of every month from 5-8 p.m. The program has existed for nearly 20 years, allowing volunteer attorneys to help thousands of callers through direct service or by referring them to an appropriate source. In addition, during regular work hours, the Philadelphia Bar Association offers another program – the Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) – which provides lawyer referrals to area residents. Staff attorneys take calls from the general public and refer callers to attorneys in private practice for a 30-minute consultation, for which the attorney agrees to charge a drastically reduced fee of $35. If callers do not need an attorney or cannot afford one, they will be directed to a legal service organization, agency or other resource for assistance. LRIS is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., by calling 215-238-6333. Founded in 1802, the 12,000-member Philadelphia Bar Association is the oldest association of lawyers in the United States.

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer On Stage • World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Upstairs, 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, & WXPN, present Soul-singer Robert Finley, Thursday, May 24, Doors: 7:30; Show: 8:30 p.m. Finley made his debut on Austin City Limits recently for a performance that wowed the audience with his commanding presence and soulful vocal style. He also appeared for the first See Robert Finley in concert May 24 at World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Upstairs. Photo/Alysse Gafkjen time live, along with Dan Auerbach, on A Prairie Home Com panion. His song Get It While You Can off his recent album Goin’ Platinum!, captures a singer at his prime, surrounded by all-time-great session musicians with skill to match his singular voice. For tickets ($17 Advance; $19 Day of show + Fees) visit www.worldcafelive.com/event/1671910-robert-finley-philadelphia. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, closes its 19th season with the classic musical Camelot, from May 15 to June 17. Camelot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur, Queen Guenevere, Lancelot, and the Knights of the Round Table. The show includes some of the best songs ever written for the stage – If Ever I Could Leave You, How to Handle a Woman, and Take Me to the Fair – and is considered the last of the great American musicals from the Golden Era. Philadelphia actor Jeffrey Coon leads the company as Arthur, the king who hopes to create an idealized society where might is used for right. For tickets ($35 - $47) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit http://act2.org/cms2/index.php/onstage/2017-18-season/camelot. • Dino’s Backstage, 287 North Keswick Avenue in Glenside, PA, presents the rockabilly swing of Dibbs Preston and the Detonators, Saturday, May 19 from 8 p.m. to midnight, a hard-driving ensemble that is sure to rock the house. For dinner and showroom reservations, call 215-884-2000 or visit www.dinosbackstage.com/browse-events. The Celebrity Room at Dino’s Backstage is located next to the Keswick Theatre. Dining Around • At The Table, 11 Louella Court in Wayne, PA, offers chef/owners, Tara Buzan and Alex Hardy’s Tuesday Tastings series paying homage to culinary giant Martha Stewart with a four course menu May 15, 22, and 29 at a cost of $55 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For reservations or info, call 610-964-9700 or visit http://atthetablebyob.com. • Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, will host the largest craft beer, wine, and cocktail festival ever Saturday, May 19, from 3 to 7 p.m. (2 p.m. for VIP ticket holders), in a huge 50,000 Square Foot Craft Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Garden, complete with draft trucks, live entertainment, and more. Enjoy unlimited samples of hundreds of amazing craft beer, wine, and cocktails from around the world showcased throughout the entire concourse, plus multiple great live acoustic bands, three DJs, free parking, two tickets to a local Phillies game during the 2018 season ($76 value!), free admission to the official after party at McFadden’s, and sample multiple spirits (think vodka, whiskey, and more), bacon, jerky, and other all-star product vendors. For tickets or info, visit www.ballparkfestival.com/philadelphia/tickets. This event is 21+ only, proper ID is required. • WHYY food events feature some of the best tastings, live recordings and cookbook talks that the region has to offer. Visit City Tavern, 138 South 2nd Street at Walnut Street in Philadelphia, to see chef Walter Staib’s A Taste of History Live, May 17, at 6 p.m. at a cost of $85. Step into colonial times as Chef Staib prepares authentic 18th-century meals that our very own Ben Franklin would have dined on. Join Chef Staib and his team as they present a host of savory and sweet recipes and discuss the influences of early American cuisine. Taste small plates filled with mushroom toast and beef pie turnovers, try signature cocktails such as A Very Old Fashioned and a Champagne Shrub, and round out your palate with one of many featured sweets including Syllabub, a whipped cream dessert with fresh berries. All this and more on all three floors of Staib’s renowned City Tavern, in Old City, Philadelphia. Watch A Taste of History on Saturdays at noon on WHYY-TV. For tickets or info, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/a-taste-of-history-live-tickets-43490044895#tickets. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

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MOMIX’s Dance-Illusionists Perform at the Prince Theater Features Greatest Hits and Three Philadelphia Premieres May 10-13 nown for creating works of exceptional physical beauty and inventiveness, MOMIX returns to Philadelphia with MOMIX FOREVER, its latest multi-media spectacle spanning 35 years of creativity. Under the direction Moses Pendleton, one of America’s most innovative and widely performed choreographers and directors, the program includes three Philadelphia premieres Daddy Long Leg, Light Reigns, and Paper Trails.

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MOMIX, a company of dancer-illusionists under the artistic direction of Moses Pendleton, returns to Philadelphia May 10-13, with MOMIX FOREVER, its latest multi-media spectacle spanning 35 years of creativity.

Sunday, May 20 at 4 p.m. West-Wike Theatre at The Agnes Irwin School Ithan Ave. & Conestoga Rd. • Rosement, PA

Performances take place Thursday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, May 12 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; and Sunday, May 13 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20-$62 and can be purchased in person at the Prince Theater Box Office, by phone 215-422-4580 or online http://princetheater.org/nextmove. MOMIX FOREVER consists of 16 excerpts from its iconic fulllength productions including MOMIX in Orbit, Botanica, Lunar Sea, Opus Cactus, Classics and ReMIX featuring magical lighting effects, rich imagery, custom-made props, outlandish costumes, Olympian physicality, and a mash-up of music from pop to classical, and from world to contemporary. Performed by 10 dancer-athletes, program highlights include Marigold, Aqua Flora, and Echoes of Narcissus from the colorful Botanica that celebrates the four seasons; the Pole Dance from Opus Cactus inspired by fauna and flora of American Southwest deserts; and classics such as TUU, Table Talk and the hilarious Millennium Skiva with two dancers on oversized skis lurching towards the unknown. Broadway World calls it “A feast for the eyes.” The three Philadelphia premieres, created for MOMIX’s 35 Anniversary, showcase the relentless originality and novelty of Pendleton’s unique theatrical vision. Daddy Long Leg is a fun-loving work for three male dancer-cowboys in gaucho pants and one stilt set to The Gotan Project’s “Santa Maria.” Evoking creature-like imagery, Light Reigns explores rigid structures with ice-colored LEDs. Paper Trails uses projected imagery on paper panels that roll and unfurl and at times becomes a suit for the dancers to rip, suggesting images of visual origami. The program closes with the hilarious and edgy If You Need Some Body. Set to the rousing music of Bach, it features blownup dolls that fly and twirl through the air as a metaphor for man’s most secret desires to do the impossible.

$10 • Purchase tickets at the door or online at www.actingwithoutboundaries.org

Acting Without Boundaries (AWB) is a 501(3)(c) non-profit theatre group of children, teens, and young adults with physical disabilities.

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EDUCATION & CAMP NEWS

Holy Child School Student Wins Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Award oly Child School at Rosemont eighth grader, Emmie O’Neill (Newtown Square) was

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Emmie O’Neill (Newtown Square) displays her medal for her winning essay in the Daughters of the American Revolution American History Essay Contest at Holy Child School at Rosemont. Also pictured – Holy Child teacher Joe Savitsky, moderator of the contest; Michael O’Neill, Emmie’s father; Gladys Nigro and Rebecca O’Neill, representing the DAR’s Jeptha Abbott Chapter (Ardmore); Erin O’Neill, Emmie’s mother; and Marge Brown, Emmie’s grandmother. awarded a medal and cash prize for her essay in the annual Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American History Essay Contest, conducted by the Jeptha Abbott Chapter in Ardmore. Emmie also won the State competition and will move on to the Division competition. Her essay focused on a young girl’s reflection of World War I and the impact the Great War had on her family and the people of Philadelphia.

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eumann University’s Center for Leadership will host a workshop on sexual harassment in the workplace on Tuesday, May 22 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Employment law attorneys and human resource professionals will provide information on issues related to sexual harassment including the current landscape, employee rights, and best practices for employers related to training, establishing office policies, putting in place reporting structures, and reviewing complaints. A mock sexual harassment deposition and Q&A panel to answer attendee questions will be held following the panelists’ individual presentations. “With the increased media focus on sexual harassment, many employees and employers want to make sure they are taking the proper steps to protect individual rights while maintaining regular business operations,” said Danielle McNichol, General Counsel of Neumann University and Director of the Center for Leadership. “This program will provide both employees and employers with valuable information on sexual harassment in the workplace, including rights, responsibilities, and best practices.” The program, entitled “Sexual Harassment and You: What Every Employer and Employee Needs to Know,” is free and open to the public. It will take place in the John J. Mullen Communication Center within the Bruder Life Center on Neumann University’s campus (Building #3 on Campus Map: https://www.neumann.edu/about/images/maps/campus_map.pdf), 1 Neumann Drive, Aston, PA 19014. Human relations professionals can earn continuing HR education credits through the HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Attendees can register online at http://neumannpublicsafety.com/course/sexual-harassment-policies-and-prevention/. The panel will consist of professionals in employment law and human relations who will offer their expert insights on the current landscape, legal issues and rights, and effective employer polices related to sexual harassment in the workplace. Scheduled panelists for this event include Lori Armstrong Halber and Rick Grimaldi, attorneys at the law firm of Fisher Phillips; David Hackett, an attorney at the law firm of Cozen O’Connor; and Alison Diflorio, Managing Partner, Human Capital Management, Exude, Inc. Attorneys who attend can obtain Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit through the Delaware County Bar Association and human relations professionals can earn continuing HR education credits through the HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).

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10 T H A N N U A L B R A D S C H O E N E R R U N /W A L K A N D F E S T I VA L M AY 19 An all-day family event to celebrate fitness, art and music, will support music education in Upper Darby Township Student runners from Upper Darby School District’s Garrettford Elementary School celebrate their run after the 2017 Schoener 5K Run. The Schoener Run and the Festival of Upper Darby Arts will take place on May 19. Photo/Lee Shelly Photography

he 10th Annual Brad Schoener Run/Walk and the Festival of Upper Darby Arts will take place on May 19. The 5K Run and 1 Mile Spirit Walk is a course throughout Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill. The Festival of Upper Darby Arts will take place after the Run/Walk featuring multiple stages of live music, arts and craft activities for family members, student artwork displays, and a food court. Activities and music venues will be located both inside and outside the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center on the campus of Upper Darby High School, 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA. Proceeds from the 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk and the Festival of Upper Darby Arts support the Brad Schoener Memorial Fund. The mission of the Memorial Fund is to support the musical abilities and aspirations of instrumental music students in the Upper Darby School District through the funding of instruments, instruction, and experiences for interested and talented students who might not otherwise have the opportunities due to personal circumstances. The Brad Schoener Memorial Fund honors the legacy of Brad Schoener, a 25-year veteran music teacher within Upper Darby School District who had a unique ability to reach and teach ‘kids’ of all ages. Mr. Schoener lost his battle to cancer in 2009. Onsite registration for the the Schoener 5K Run and 1 Mile Spirit Walk will be located at the Drexel Hill Middle School, 3001 State Rd., Drexel Hill, from 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Runners and walkers are encouraged to park at the middle school and enter Arlington Cemetery from State Road where a Mascot Fun Run begins at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 5K Run at 9 a.m. and the the 1 Mile Walk at 9:15 a.m. Jazz combos, bagpipers, string ensembles, cheerleaders, drumlines, and more will perform and cheer on runners and walkers along the route. Music and art festivities begin at 10 a.m. on the campus of Upper Darby High School featuring four stages – inside and out – of live music, arts activities, and artwork by students within the Upper Darby School District. Musical performances by the Philadelphia based 60s & 70s Jazz-Rock Fusion band, Jean Therapy, student musicians from the Kimmel Center Music for Program for Jazz, Mansfield Brass, saxophone player Yesseh Furarah-Ali, the Upper Darby Shooting Stars, Upper Darby music students and more. The Schoener 5K Run & 1 Mile Spirit Walk is the premier event supporting the Brad Schoener Fund’s work enabling thousands of Upper Darby children to find their talent, spirit, and passion – not only in music – but as healthy individuals. Over 1,000 people participate in the Run/Walk and several thousand will be on site at the Festival of the Arts. Details about the day-long festival and fund-raiser may be found at www.udmusicmarathon.org.

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Phila. Young Artists Orchestra’s 23rd Annual Festival Concert On Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 3 p.m. the Philadelphia Young Artists Orchestra (PYAO) members, ages 12 to 18, will present its 23rd Annual Festival Concert. The concert will be held in the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 300 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia. Conducted by Maestra Rosalind Erwin, the concert will feature the winner of the Fourth Annual Young Artists Solo Competition winner, Lea Wang, violinist. Wang, who placed first in the competition out of more than a dozen applicants, will perform Pablo de Sarasate’s “Zigeunerweisen” (“Gypsy Airs”) and receive a $500 scholarship award from PYO. She resides in Holland in Bucks County, PA and is an 8th grade student at Holland Middle School. Tickets to this event are $10-$20. For tickets, please call Ticket Philadelphia at 215-893-1999.

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J ANET S. K LEIN TO R ECEIVE R EBECCA L UKENS AWARD

The Savoy Company Presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Iolanthe”

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cal assistance to 18 historic house museum agencies “to solve their problems of administration, interpretation, restoration, volunteers, marketing, fund raising, grants, financial management, and collections,” according to Mrs. Klein. She credits the catalyst for her involvement with historic preservation as, “Multiple reasons, including appointments to positions by Philadelphia Mayors, Fairmount Park Commissioners, Pennsylvania Governors, National Trust for Historic Preser vation, and as Consultant to Terracina funded by a William Penn Foundation Grant.” Her list of accomplishments reads like a Who’s Who in the preservation world. She has served in various capacities with the following organizations or businesses: Woodlands Mansion and Cemetery, Philadelphia Historical Commission Historic Designation Committee, American Philosophical Society Friends Committee, Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League of Philadelphia, Rosenbach Museum and Library, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Temple University Ambler College, Historic Delaware Canal Improvement Corporation, Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia, Preservation Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust, Inc., Philadelphia Historic Preser vation Corporation, Fairmount Park Historic Houses Project, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Century IV Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Museum Council of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia Historical Commission, Fairmount Park Commission, United States Third Circuit Court, and “The Liberty Trail” of the Tourist Bureaus of the Five Counties of Southeastern Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She was an early supporter of Terracina (the home of Isabella Huston, daughter of America’s first female industrialist, Rebecca Lukens) through the William Penn Foundation Grant. “Terracina showed tremendous potential as an historic house museum with great heritage and a solid nucleus of supporters,” notes Mrs. Klein. According to Eugene DiOrio, a Graystone founder and Historical Advisor for the National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM), “In the early days, the William Penn Foundation underwrote programs for historic house assistance in the Philadelphia region. It was a 3 yr. program, covering the entire area. We were struggling, as there weren’t any funds to even assess the renovations at Terracina. So, we applied for this grant and Janet came out and she was impressed with what she saw. We didn’t win the first year, but we won the second year we applied. Terracina was selected as one of six houses that year to receive operational and restorative advice from a team of experts. It was enormously instrumental when we were just starting our journey. Now, we have come full circle and I am so thrilled that Janet is the 2018 Rebecca Lukens Award Honoree.” Scott G. Huston, the National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum’s President, applauds this year’s choice for the Rebecca Lukens Award. “Janet has been instrumental to the Historic District since its inception. In fact, it was through her efforts and guidance that our first historic home, Terracina, began to take shape. So, in a way, you could say that Janet’s efforts were a catalyst to the beginning of this entire Historic District in Coatesville.” The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum is located on the campus of the Lukens National Historic District, at 50 S. 1st Avenue in Coatesville, PA. Easily accessible in the heart of Coatesville and adjacent to the River Walk, NISHM is open six days a week for tours, lectures and educational programs. It draws international visitors to its facilities, which educates the public on the people, places, products, and processes of steel making, as well as the importance of educating children in the STEAM discipline (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). The Rebecca Lukens Award will be presented to Janet S. Klein at a reception in the Lukens National Historic District, on May 31, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $50. Reservations are required. The Lukens National Historic District, 50 South 1st Avenue, Coatesville, PA. For event information and reservations, contact The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum at 610-384-9282 or visit www.steelmuseum.org.

ARTS & CULTURE

In the opera, the fairy Iolanthe has been banished from fairyland because she married a mortal; this is forbidden by fairy law. Her son, Strephon, is an Arcadian shepherd who wants to marry Phyllis, a Ward of Chancery. All the members of the House of Peers also want to marry Phyllis. When Phyllis sees Thomas Faracco as Lord Tolloler, Bob Binkley as Lord Mountararat, & Susan Weinman as The Queen of the Fairies – in The Savoy Company’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic opera “Iolanthe.” Strephon hugging a young woman (not knowing that it is his mother – immortal fairies all appear young), she assumes the worst and sets off a climactic confrontation between the peers and the fairies. The opera satirizes many aspects of British government, law and society. The confrontation between the fairies and the peers is a version of one of Gilbert’s favorite themes: a tranquil civilization of women is disrupted by a male-dominated world through the discovery of mortal love. Peter Hilliard returns for his sixth season as music director and Bill Kiesling, in his fourth season as stage director, adds his signature subtle twist by envisioning Iolanthe as a fairy tale. Take note of his homage to several Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales intertwined with this classic G&S tale. A longtime Savoy member, William Kader returns for his second year as production manager. Iolanthe Cast: The Lord Chancellor: Ross Druker; Earl of Mountararat: Bob Binkley; Earl of Tolloller: Tom Faracco; Private Willis (of the Grenadier Guards): Guillermo Bosch; Strephon (an Arcadian Rachael Sigman as Iolanthe, in Shepherd): Phoenix Fritch; Queen of the Fairies: Susan Weinman; Iolanthe (a Fairy, The Savoy Company’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic Strephon’s Mother): Rachel Sigman; Celia opera “Iolanthe.” (a Fairy): Amber Englebert; Leila (a Fairy): Elise Bjordammen; Fleta (a Fairy): Kara Beck; Phyllis (an Arcadian Shepherdess and Ward of Chancery): Alize Rozsnyai. Iolanthe features some of the most memorable Gilbert & Sullivan songs including: “None shall part us from each other,” “Spurn not the nobly born,” “When all night long a chap remains,” and “When you’re lying awake” (more commonly called “The Nightmare Song”). Tickets range in price from $35 - $50 for performances at The Suzanne Roberts Theatre. All tickets are priced at $29 for performances at Longwood Gardens. Go to www.savoy.org to purchase tickets online or for details.

Brandywine River Museum of Art to Celebrate Art Museum Day Free Admission and Special Programs May 18 o celebrate the 9th annual Art Museum Day, the Brandywine River Museum of Art will offer free admission and special programming on Friday, May 18, 2018. An initiative of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), Art Museum Day gathers hundreds of institutions from across North America to recognize the arts and the important role that art museums play in their communities. In addition to free admission on May 18, the Brandywine River Museum of Art will offer two Art Museum Day programs. At 11:30 a.m., visitors can join a docent-led tour of the Museum’s six galleries, exploring different highlights within the collection. At 2 p.m., Museum curators Christine Podmaniczky and Audrey Lewis will host a gallery talk focusing on “Three Generations of Wyeth Art.” The theme for Art Museum Day 2018 is Hyperconnected Museums, a recognition of the many ways in which museums serve as central points of connectivity within their communities, both online and in person. Art museums are often anchors for public spaces and neighborhoods, and they partner with school systems and civic organizations in ways that make their towns, cities and regions better places for everyone who lives and works there. Hyperconnected Museums also serve as engines for the creative economy, tapping the human creativity embedded in works of art – whether thousands of years old or as recent as 2018 – to inspire new ideas and ways of thinking. AAMD’s Art Museum Day is an opportunity to focus attention on the role of art museums in North America, an exten-

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sion of the International Council of Museums’s (ICOM) International Museum Day. AAMD represents 240 art museums across the United States, Canada and Mexico—from regional museums in small towns to large museums in major urban centers. Last year, the Brandywine River Museum of Art – along with more than 161 other AAMD member museums – participated in Art Museum Day. A comprehensive list of participating AAMD member art museums will be available on the AAMD website. Note that while AAMD’s Art Museum Day and ICOM’s International Museum Day are formally held each year on May 18, some institutions shift their celebrations to adjacent dates. The Brandywine River Museum of Art features an outstanding collection of American art housed in a 19th-century mill building with a dramatic steel and glass addition overlooking the banks of the Brandywine. The Museum is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day), and is located on Route 1 in Chadds Ford, PA. Admission is $18 for adults, $15 for seniors ages 65 and over, $6 for students and children ages 6 and up; free for children 5 and younger and Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art members. Guided tours of the Andrew Wyeth Studio, N. C. Wyeth House & Studio, and the Kuerner Farm, are available daily for an additional fee from April 4 through November 18; advance reservations are recommended. For more information, call 610-388-2700 or visit www.brandywinemuseum.org. The Museum is a program of the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art.

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uditions for Philadelphia Youth Orchestra (PYO), one of the nation’s most respected youth orchestra institutions, will take place between May 20 and June 9, 2018. Young and skilled wind, string, brass, percussion and harp players ages 6 to 21 will have the opportunity to earn membership in these unique program divisions: the flagship Philadelphia Youth Orchestra (PYO), Philadelphia Young Artists Orchestra (PYAO), Philadelphia Young Musicians Orchestra (PYMO), Bravo Brass, and Philadelphia Region Youth String Music (PRYSM). Training tomorrow’s leaders, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra organization engages young musicians from the tri-state region in pursuing musical excellence through learning responsibility, discipline, and character skills that enable students to build future success The PYO, PYAO, PYMO, and Bravo Brass Spring Auditions will take place in Center City Philadelphia at Saint Patrick Hall (240 S. 20th Street). PRYSM Auditions will take place at Bryn Mawr College (101 N. Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA). All auditions are by appointment only. For online registration, audition requirements for each ensemble, and additional information, visit www.PYOS.org. For information about registration, contact the office at info@pyos.org or 215-545-0502.

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