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Pedrillo, the manservant of her beloved Belmonte, who has secretly arrived to spring them all. The four use their wits to outsmart the guards and escape, but is it too late? Has Pasha Selim already won Constanza’s heart? Stage Director Sandra Hartman chose to set DVOC’s production in 1782, a time when the people of Europe and the American colonies had successfully risen up against their kings and government oppressors. Likewise, the lovers Constanze and Belmonte plot with their servants Blonde and Pedrillo to free themselves from their Turkish oppressors. Delaware Valley Opera Company’s tenor David Price and soprano By setting aside class Brynn Terry (shown), play the lead roles of Belmonte and Constanza distinctions and women’s traditional roles, in Mozart’s “The Abduction from the Seraglio” on June 14. the four strive togethn evening of laughter and fine er to secure the future they desire, reflecting music awaits as the Delaware the radical social changes to come in the Valley Opera Company opens its next century. The cast includes soprano Brynn Terry as 35th Summer Opera Festival with Mozart’s “The Abduction Constanza; tenor David Price as Belmonte; from the Seraglio” on June 14 bass Robert Davidson as Osmin; tenor Tim at the Stage One Performing Arts Center. The Oliver as Pedrillo; soprano Elizabeth Oliver opera will be presented in English with piano as Blonde; and Michael McCollum in the speaking role of Pasha Selim. accompaniment. The production will be performed with piano As the story opens the Spanish noblewoman Constanza has been kidnapped by pirates accompaniment artfully provided by Musical and sold to Pasha Selim to join his harem in Director Joseph Krupa. Krupa regularly perTurkey, along with her handmaid Blonde, and See “The Abduction from the Seraglio” on page 7

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Main Line Author Brings Memories of Atlantic City to Main Point Books on June 12

Main Line author Louis Greenstein will be reading from his novel, “Mr. Boardwalk,” at Main Point Books, 1041 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, on Thursday, June 12 at 7 p.m. f Atlantic City’s “DO AC” campaign beckons you to the shore for either family or grown-up fun, you’ll now have a new companion for your trip. Mr. Boardwalk, the new novel by Main Line author, Louis Greenstein, promises to be the Jersey Shore beach read of 2014. And for those who can’t help but harken back to a simpler time of eating salt water taffy on Steel Pier, the images evoked in Greenstein’s book

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The Caribbean’s Island Culture Breezes through Martins Run this Month The public is welcome to attend this free event on June 19 way to the rhythm of lively steel drums. Inhale the aroma of fresh ginger and take a bite of deep fried cassava. Martins Run brings the Caribbean to its senior living community campus this month, celebrating breezy island culture with attendees by introducing its savory cuisine and colorful culture. Jamaica, Barbados, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and many other regions of the Caribbean will be showcased. The public is welcome to attend the event, titled “A Caribbean Morning” that Martins Run will host on Thursday, June 19 at 10 a.m. This unique multicultural jamboree will feature island native Sheila Mitchell, who will enlighten attendees with stories about the Caribbean’s traditional rhythm & dance, art, and other influences. Musician Bronson Tennis will sing and play guitar in a variety of Caribbean styles including salsa, reggae, and calypso. A complimentary lunch of traditional Caribbean fare and island-inspired desserts will be served. Seating is limited. Please

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EVEN MORE EVENTS Fleisher’s Eighth Annual ARTspriation On Saturday, June 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Fleisher Art Memorial will hold its eighth annual ARTspiration festival on the 700 block of Catharine Street, Fleisher's parking lot, and adjacent Palumbo Park. The free outdoor festival includes family-friendly activities such as art-making led by local artists, Fleisher faculty, and volunteers; musical and dance performances; and a variety of activities hosted by community partners. ARTspiration! has become one of Fleisher’s most beloved and anticipated events with attendance often exceeding 2,000 participants. Fleisher Art Memorial is located 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147. Visit www.fleisher.org or call 215-922-3456 for details.

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Haverford Township Garden Tour The Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library will be hosting the fourth annual garden tour in Haverford Township on Saturday, June 14, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Advance tickets are $15 and available online at haverfordlibrary.org or at the front desk of the library. $20 tour day tickets available at the Grange from 10:30 a.m. until noon. A reception and garden talk will be held at the Grange from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. The Haverford Township Garden Tour is brought to you by West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Tour held rain or shine. The Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library is a non-profit devoted to advocacy for the library and to raising significant funds for special library acquisitions, programs and services. Founded in 2003, the Friends of the HTFL is an all-volunteer organization.

The Scout Caravan Performance The Scout Caravan, a summer delegation of ten teenagers from Israel, will be singing and dancing at Congregation Beth El – Ner Tamid, 715 Paxon Hollow Road, Broomall, PA on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 7:15 p.m. The Scouts will be bringing Israeli culture, music and dance, plus a message of peace, as they travel through the United States and Canada. A gala dessert buffet will be served following the performance. Tickets are $15 each for adults. There is no charge for children, and parking is free. Call the synagogue office at 610-356-8700 to make your reservation. This event is sponsored by The Trustees of Congregation Beth El – Ner Tamid.

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The Christian C. Sanderson Museum in Chadds Ford presents a “A Tribute to the Pocopson Valley Boys” on Saturday, June 14, 2014 with musical performances at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy an afternoon of musical fun and delicious summertime refreshments. The band will play some of the old tunes and other toe tapping favorites. Sing along or dance with the music. The museum will also be open for visitors to enjoy Chris’s wonderful collection of art, military memorabilia, presidential artifacts, local history and collectibles. Come see the fiddle that Chris Sanderson played in the Pocopson Valley Boys, as well as other instruments played by popular musicians in history. Bring friends and family to enjoy a terrific afternoon of Pocopson Valley Boys music! The concert is free; admission to the museum is $5 per person and free for members and children under 12. The museum is open March through November, Thursday - Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment. Visit the museum at 1755 Creek Road, Chadds Ford, just north of Route 1, or at www.sandersonmuseum.org or 610-388-6545.

On June 20 enjoy an International Surfing Beach Festival in Ocean City, NJ, 7th St. Beach, 3 to 7 p.m. Festival celebrates 10 years of International Surfing Day. Beach, ocean and environmental activities for the whole family. Local shops will provide S.U.P. and kayak demonstrations along with surfing and kite surfing equipment. For information, call 856498-9472 or visit www.intlsurfingday.com.

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the arts, a day of sample classes and mini performances as a fundraiser for the Center. The event takes place the first day of summer, Saturday, June 21, 2014, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the CEC located at 3500 Lancaster Avenue, West Philadelphia. For a donation of only $20, the adventurous can dive into some really cool classes taught by some of the city’s hottest artists. For a complete list of the participating artists and the schedule The Soulstice June 21 officially marks the first day of summer and Laurel Hill Ceme- of happenings, visit www.cecarts.org and/or call 215 387-1911 or email tery’s Young Friends group, The Antemortem Society, is putting the soul cec@cecarts.org. in solstice with a midsummer night’s celebration and fundraiser. To Merge Dance Studio Recital mark the 150th birthday of the Cemetery’s main bridge, The Antemortem Society is hosting a unique preservation party that will raise funds Merge Dance Studio, will be presenting their second annual recital on to restore the historic site. The Soulstice will take place on June 21 at June 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School. Merge 6 p.m. in the southernmost section of Laurel Hill Cemetery at 3822 Ridge Dance Studio’s students have been working hard all year on their dance Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Cascades of fun activities await atten- technique, which will be showcased during this performance. Dance dees as they enjoy the other-worldly aura of the Cemetery after dark. The styles to be performed include ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, modern/contemnight includes an exclusive preview performance by REV Theatre Com- porary, musical theatre dance, and jazz funk/hip-hop with the perforpany, stargazing, tarot card readings with Cynthia Wilson, a silent auc- mance including dancers ages 3 years old to adult. This promises to be tion, and great music for dancing the night away. Tickets for the event a fun performance for the whole family! The performance is open to the are $50 general admission/$35 for members and include wine, beer and public and tickets are available for $15 in advance and $20 at the door. cocktails at our open bar; fare from Chewy’s Gourmet Food Truck; a Tickets for children 12 and under are $13 in advance and $18 at the door “Make Your Own S’mores” dessert station; and photos at the Mausoleum while children 3 and under can attend for free. Contact Merge Dance Photo Booth. Purchasing advance tickets is required. Tickets can be pur- Studio at info@mergedancestudio.com to purchase tickets in advance of chased by phone 215-228-8200 or online at www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org. the performance. For information, phone 215-228-8200 or visit www.facebook.com/lhcAndy Kahn’s “Music by Intention” Show soulstice. All funds raised from the event support the preservation of Laurel Hill Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark. Pianist, vocalist, composer and archivist Andy Kahn brings his critically acclaimed “Music by Intention” show – a tribute to America’s greatest “Hot Fun In The Summertime” composers and lyricists – to the Philadelphia Ethical Society on Sunday, The Community Education Center/the CEC and Meeting House presents June 22 for a 3 p.m. show. Tickets are $25 and are available only at the “Hot Fun In The Summertime” – a solstice celebration of creativity to door. The Ethical Society is located at 1906 Rittenhouse Square. For benefit the CEC. The twenty-five plus professionals who make up the directions and info, call 215-735-3456 or visit www.phillyethics.org. CEC artists family are joining forces to bring audiences and students of

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Denis DiBlasio and Larry McKenna in Free Jazz Concert Jazz Bridge and Friends of Hawthorne Park present baritone saxophonist, flutist and scat singer Denis DiBlasio and his band – featuring tenor saxophone legend Larry McKenna – for a free concert on Thursday, June 19. This is the second in a four-concert “Jazz in Hawthorne Park” series, each featuring our area’s finest jazz artists. Hawthorne Park is on 12th and Catherine Streets, and performances run from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. For information, visit www.jazzbridge.org or www.hecphilly.org. And bring your lawn chairs!

Meet Author Lee Fishman Philadelphia author, Lee Fishman launches her new novel, “Mediums Guild,” at Twenty Two Gallery, 236 S. 22nd St. in Philadelphia on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. “Mediums Guild” is the saga of Margo Fellshur, a Philadelphia real estate agent by day and a psychic by night. When she helps find a missing couple, sudden fame pulls her into a treasure hunt with dangerous consequences. Fishman, until recently a librarian at the Free Library of Philadelphia has also worked as a psychic. In addition, she is experienced in writing and creating multi-media, Lee produced two documentaries, “Get Your Rhyme On” and “Honoring Those Who Served,” featuring Tim O’Brien, author of “The Things They Carried.” She is a member of Pennwriters and International Thriller Writers. “Mediums Guild” is her second novel. Copies of “Mediums Guild” will be available for signing. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Free Library of Philadelphia. “Mediums Guild” available at Amazon.com and is published by TransMedia Publishing Group. For more information on the book or the author, call 215-435-4762.

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International Interior Design Association 2014 Awards Keynote speakers for the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware region’s International Interior Design Association 2014 Award ceremony will be the founders of www.commintz.com, Nadine Freedman and Louise Cohen. Cohen, an interior designer, and Freedman, a furniture dealer, created the new online showcase for commercial interior design projects and products to connect designers with clients who need them. The efficient, effective use of social media to enhance the quality and quantity of design work will be the topic of their address. The Design Awards ceremony will be held on June 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Moore College of Art & Design, 1916 Race St., Philadelphia. Info and tickets: www.iida-panjde.org/events.aspx.

3rd Annual Honey Bee Cabaret Fundraiser The Honey Bee Cabaret is a yearly celebration of art, theater and life, in memory of local actress Melissa Lynch, the Honey Bee Cabaret is a wine and cheese reception, silent auction and performance featuring P&P regulars doing the highlights of Plays & Players seasons from the past 100 years and the future. Performing in the Third Floor Skinner Studio at Plays & Players on 1714 Delancey Place, on June 22, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. will be P & P favorite actors Andre Brown, Corinna Burns, Andrew Carroll, Heather Cole, Katie Croyle, Peter Danzig, Eric Scotolati, Isa St. Clair, Tanya O’Neill, Steve Wright and special guest stars John Clancy (cofounder of the New York International Fringe Festival) and Nancy Walsh, performing songs, monologues and scenes from Season One to One Hundred and Three of the historic Rittenhouse theater. Proceeds, in part, benefit the Melissa Lynch Foundation who supports Philadelphia theater artists through generous donations. 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., tickets only $25 at www.playsandplayers.org or by calling 866-811-4111.

Green Roof Tour June 28, from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. at Wister Center on the campus of Swarthmore College learn about the inner workings, benefits, and beauty of green roofs while exploring the three different roofs of the Scott Arboretum. Please note that the tour involves a brisk walk and that several steps are required to access each roof. Children under 12 are not permitted atop the roofs. The tour will be canceled in the case of inclement weather. For updates, call 610-328-8025.

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“B ILL D ANE : T HE P HOTOGRAPHIC P OSTCARD AS A C ONCEPTUAL A RT W ORK ” E XHIBIT AT H AVERFORD C OLLEGE hen Thomas Garver ’56 was asked for his ideas on how to structure an exhibition of some of the photography he had helped Haverford to amass over two decades, he said that the show should be called “An Accidental Collection,” because that is what it is. However, the hundreds of prints and related material that he has given the College signify that it is more than that. Though Garver championed artists as diverse as Paul Strand, Charles Currier, and Gregory Coniff during his distinguished career as a curator and arts administrator, it is his photographic postcard correspondence with Bill Dane that stands out, due to its sheer numbers and the two men’s clear affinity for each other. Garver wrote of Dane’s postcard photographs: One might imagine Dane as one photographer among many in a crowd, waiting for the momentary appearance of a ‘great personality.’ The figure appears – all cameras fire in unison – except Dane’s. His reflexes appear to be curiously skewed. While all the other photographers get the standard ‘shot,’ Dane gets the special, perhaps awkward, but very personal photograph, the photograph that turns our ‘personality’ back into a person. That appreciation for Dane’s ability to turn a personality into a person is an important key to understanding Garver’s aesthetic and curatorial perspective. Such an approach may not seem radical today, but when he was developing it in the Ogle Winston Link, American (1914-2001) – “Tom Garver at 1960s, it was a new idea and one that was being used to help the General Store, Husk (Nella), North Carolina, 1957,” black and white; 36.1x35.8cm,Thomas H. Garver ’56 gift, 2011. understand photography’s present as a way to foretell its future. Dane’s photographic postcard correspondence with Garver succinctly sums up the state of photography in the middle of the 20th century. The postcards are at once a meditation on the meaning of photographs and the technology of image transmission, and a record of a correspondence between friends. Thus they are displayed in the Alcove Gallery so that both sides can be seen, allowing the image and text to be experienced simultaneously. Perhaps Garver’s photographic gifts to the College are an “accidental collection,” but what a happy accident they are. These postcards represent an instructive and rewarding way to appreciate the originality of Bill Dane’s work. “Bill Dane: The Photographic Postcard as a Conceptual Art Work” opened May 30, and is on display in the Alcove Gallery through October 5. Located in Magill Library, the Alcove Gallery is open Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over the summer there are no weekend hours. Starting Sept. 1, the Gallery will be open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. For information about the exhibition contact William Williams, Audrey A. and John L. Dusseau Professor in the Humanities and curator of photography, at wwilliams@haverford.edu. You may also contact hcnews@haverford.edu. Haverford College is located at 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA, 19041.

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Germantown Friends School graduate Eric Bazilian, a musician and founding member of The Hooters, returned to campus recently to teach ninth-grade music composition students how to write hit songs. Photo/Laura Jamieson nternationally recognized singer/songwriter, co-founder of the band The Hooters and Germantown Friends School graduate Eric Bazilian ’71 recently gave a lesson in songwriting to ninth-grade music composition students at GFS. Bazilian spoke about working with Cyndi Lauper on her first album She’s So Unusual (and arranging the song “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”), writing the hit song “[If God Was] One of Us,” performed by Joan Osborne, and working on such Hooters hits as “And We Danced” and “All you Zombies.” When Bazilian was ten, he saw the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan Show and decided he wanted to be a musician. From then on, his main focus at GFS was honing his music skills. He admits to spending more time during ninth grade playing guitar than doing his homework. While he regrets not paying more attention in school, his experiences at GFS stuck with him. “This school is such a part of who I am,” he explains. “I came here one kid and left another, and the kid I left as was closer to the one I was meant to be.” When Bazilian was 16, he started his first band. Evil Seed, and performed original songs around Philadelphia. He went on to study physics at the University of Pennsylvania, and while in college started the band Baby Grand with Rob Hyman (his composing partner and co-founder of The Hooters) and Rick Chertoff (now a renowned music producer). “To actually sit in a room with someone and write a song is an amazing thing,” Bazilian says of the magic that can happen when musicians collaborate. But, he acknowledges, with new technology “anyone with a computer can make a record” by clicking and dragging premade tracks. However, he was quick to tell the class, “There is nothing more gratifying than holding an instrument in your hands and mastering it.” While he has never had the patience for formal music lessons, he teaches himself a new instrument every couple of years. Bazilian said he composed the song “One of Us” on the fly in a recording session with singer Joan Osborne—never suspecting that the song would “reach out and touch the world.” “I tell people that it took me either four minutes or 40 years to write that song,” he shares. “I wouldn’t have written it without the hundreds that had come before it, that I had to work through.” Bazilian explained his creative process to the ninth-graders—sometimes struggling to find the right sound and other times hitting on something that “just happened to come from the way my fingers landed on the guitar that day.” On writing lyrics, he says, “I let the music speak to me and it tells me the story.” With his encouragement and stories, he inspired the young composers to write, perform, record and share music of their own that could, in Bazilian’s words, “make the world sing.” “I’ve written a handful of songs that really speak the truth,” he told them with a smile, “and a few that have become hits.”

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montier, Solo Piano; 12 noon – Tim Brey, Solo Piano; 1 p.m. – Al Rinaldi Trio with Andy Lalasis and Domenic Cicchetti; 2 p.m. – Andy Kahn & The All-Star Jazz Trio – special guest, Jimmy Bruno; 3 p.m. – Lucas Brown, Solo Piano; 4 p.m. – Bob Cohen, Solo Piano. For info, call 215-568-7800. Dining Around • DuPont Theatre in Wilmington, DE, presents America’s Test Kitchen Live, Tuesday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. Christopher Kimball, star of the popular television show, will offer an informative and lively look at the PBS program including a behind-the-scenes look into how the equipment testing, food tasting, and science experiments take place. Find out what it’s like to work at and host one of the most popular food programs airing today, and have a chance to ask questions during the Q&A with Christopher. For tickets (starting at $45 to VIP tickets at $85 that include a post-show meet and greet and a signed copy of The America’s Test Kitchen Cooking School Cookbook) or info, call 800-338-0881 or visit http://duponttheatre.com/americas-test-kitchen. • Townsend, 1623 East Passyunk Avenue in Philadelphia, is Chef Townsend Wentz’s French-influenced restaurant. Chef Wentz, formerly of McCrossen’s Tavern, Lacroix, and The Fountain, opened his first restaurant on the flourishing South Philly Avenue with a menu that includes appetizers such as the Beef Tartare with bone marrow tartine, shaved idiazabal, cressonette, and Broiled East Coast Oysters with Fennel, prepared with spinach, bacon, Pernod cream. Wentz’s entrees range from Wild Striped Bass made with Basquaise peppers, oloroso sherry, and the Rabbit Pot-au-feu with roasted loin, braised rabbit, carrots, potatoes, and thyme. The restaurant offers an extensive wine list chosen by General Manager/Sommelier Lauren Harris (McCrossen’s Tavern, Tria) and a classic cocktail list curated by Head Bartender Keith Raimondi (Lemon Hill, Village Whiskey). For reservations or info, call 267-639-3203 or visit www.townsendrestaurant.com. Special Events • Sonesta Hotel, 1800 Market Street in Philadelphia, hosts MANNA’s Second Annual Guac Off, Sunday, June 22 from 1 4 p.m. Are you an avocado aficionado? Do you love to eat the glorious green? Mingle, sample and quench your thirst while competitors toil to see who will walk way with bragging rights for the Best Guac in Town. Stuff yourself with delicious (and healthy) guacamole and enjoy some drinks to help MANNA raise funds for their mission to deliver nourishing meals to people battling life-threatening illnesses. For tickets ($20 adults; $10 children under the age of 12) or info, visit www.mannapa.org/guacoff. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

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will be especially satisfying. He’ll be reading from the novel at Main Point Books (1041 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr) on Thursday, June 12 at 7 p.m. “Mr. Boardwalk is a novel about memory, place and the inevitability of change. As a child I spent a few summers in Atlantic City,” Greenstein reminisces. “My dad owned a pretzel bakery there the summer of 1975. I was 19. It was a great summer on the boardwalk, one of the final summers before the casinos opened. Mr. Boardwalk is a work of fiction that is loosely based on that summer." The novel introduces seven year-old Jason Benson as he first experiences the wonders of Atlantic City. Amazed and smitten, Jason decides his real life will happen here, in this magical shore town. Growing up in a Philadelphia suburb in the 1960s and 70s, he lives only for his summers on the boardwalk. The boy learns to juggle, and soon “Jason the Magnificent” entertains rapt beachside crowds with his skill and clever patter. He can’t wait to finish high school so he can move to Atlantic City permanently. But his plans go awry. More than 20 years later, we meet him as a grumpy, distant New York copywriter who has never spoken of his youth. All his adventures on the boardwalk – and all the dreams he cherished there – remain a secret from his wife. Greenstein, who has spent most of his life on the Main Line, has written across many genres, from scripts for the Emmy Award-winning Nickelodeon series Rugrats to stage plays performed by theaters around the country. Several of his plays are available in print and his work has been honored with a fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. His musical show, One Child Born: The Music of Laura Nyro, co-written with performer Kate Ferber, travels to multiple venues in New York City and elsewhere. Mr. Boardwalk is his first novel. To learn more about Louis Greenstein and Mr. Boardwalk, visit www.newdoorbooks.com. Find Great Upcoming Events Every Week in City Suburban News! Pick Up Your FREE Issue Every Wednesday!

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This classic story has long been a family favorite! pper Darby Summer Stage presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.,” one of Disney’s most classic tales. Performances are on July 23, 24, 25, and 26 at 10:30 a.m. and on July 25 at 7:30 p.m. The show is approximately 70 minutes and is ideal for ages 4 and up. July 23 is a special additional performance! In a magical kingdom below the surface of the ocean, Ariel (Olivia Cicalese of Swarthmore) wishes desperately to leave her home and live a life above the water. First she must defy her father King Triton (Nicky Kirschner of Ardmore), make a deal with the sly and evil sea witch Ursula (Danielle Agan of Springfield) and convince Prince Eric (Scott Berkowitz of Havertown) that she is the girl with the beautiful voice. With the help of her friend Flounder (Nick Vecchione of Springfield) and everyone’s favorite crab Sebastian (Toney Goins of Lansdowne), “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” is certain to be an enchanting, timeless, and musical adventure! Limited tickets remain and may be purchased at the Box Office, by calling 610-622-1189 or online at www.udpac.org. The Upper Darby PerPhoto/Cate R. Paxson Performing in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” are, from left – forming Arts Center is located in Drexel Hill at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, minutes from the Main Danielle Agan of Springfield as “Ursula,” Toney Goins of Philadelphia as “Sebastian,” Olivia Cicales of Swarthmore as “Ariel,” and and Line and Center City. Parking is free. Nick Vecchione of Springfield as “Flounder.” The show is under the direction of Dawn Morningstar, one of Upper Darby Summer Stage’s most veteran directors. “I think theatre is an experience like no other… I hope that people come away feeling they have taken a journey with the actors. Productions here are very high quality…the audience will see a professional production. I also feel it’s incredible how the audience gets to meet the cast after the show!” Children are invited to come early for pre-show activities before the morning performances and stay after the show to meet the cast members! Free babysitting is offered for those too young to enjoy the show quietly.

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Rosemont School’s 8th grade National Spanish and Latin Exam medal winners collect in Broderick Hall. Front row – Taylor Morrison (Paoli), Eric McLaughlin (Media), Brenna Donahue (Haverford), Chip Gallagher (Haverford), Erin Hayes (Phoenixville), and Trishie Cosgrave (Haverford); second row – Kylie Nolen (Newtown Sqaure), Grace Black (Blue Bell), Grace Weise (Rosemont), Caroline Hecht (Newtown Square), Olivia Traynor (Villanova), Sarah Crinnion (Villanova), and Kelly Shaughnessy (Drexel Hill); back row – David Wiener (Wayne), Spencer Davis (Malvern), Johnny McGlinn (Malvern), Jack Coogan (Wayne), Jack Magargee (Bryn Mawr), and Patrick Keenan (Bryn Mawr).

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osemont School of the Holy Child 8th graders competed against more than 154,000 students from all over the United States and the world on the National Language Exams. On the Spanish Exam, students were assessed in vocabulary, grammar, reading and listening, and the 8th graders scored in the 62nd percentile – 12 percent higher than the national average. A total of 19 students earned national recognition on the Spanish Exam: one earned gold medal recognition, eight earned silver, five earned bronze, and five others were recognized with honors distinction. In addition, two Rosemont School students finished at or above the national average of 27 in the Latin Exam, which tests for grammar, culture, mythology, and geography. One students earned Magna Cum Laude status, and another received Cum Laude. The following students have been recognized for National Language Exam results: SPANISH Oro/Gold – Caroline Hecht (Newtown Square). Plata/Silver – Trishie Cosgrave (Haverford), Sarah Crinnion (Villanova), Erin Hayes (Phoenixville), Jack Magargee (Bryn Mawr), Johnny McGlinn (Malvern), Eric McLaughlin (Media), Olivia Traynor (Villanova), Grace Weise (Rosemont). Bronce/Bronze – Grace Black (Blue Bell), Brenna Donahue (Haverford), Chip Gallagher (Gladwyne), Taylor Morrison (Paoli), Kelly Shaughnessy (Drexel Hill). Honores/Honors - Jack Coogan (Wayne), Spencer Davis (Malvern), Patrick Keenan (Bryn Mawr), Kylie Nolen (Newtown Square), David Wiener (Wayne). LATIN Magna Cum Laude – Olivia Traynor (Villanova). Cum Laude – Grace Black (Blue Bell).

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Kids to Gear Up for Bike Rodeo at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children n Saturday, June 14, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children will host the second annual bike rodeo. The free event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in St. Christopher’s parking lot, located at 160 East Erie Avenue in Philadelphia. Open to children between the ages of 6-12 years-old, the bike rodeo aims to promote safe cycling as an easy way to live a more active and healthier life. Rodeo attendees will receive tips on how to stay safe on the road, as well as have the chance to test their riding skills on a safe and fun obstacle course. The first 100 children who register will receive a free helmet. All children are encouraged to bring their helmet to be fitted and decorated at the event. “The bike rodeo was very successful last year. Kids not only develop necessary skills for the road, but also get excited about exercise,” says Hans Kersten, MD, Attending Physician and Medical Director of the Grow Clinic at St. Christopher’s. “It’s truly a great event and we’re thrilled to see so many of our local kids able to attend.” In addition to bike safety education, Neighborhood Bike Works, located in Philadelphia, will be onsite to repair bikes. Greener Partners, a group that works to connect individuals and families to farmers in the Greater Philadelphia area, will also be at the bike rodeo with a fresh food station where children will have the opportunity to make bike-powered smoothies. St. Christopher’s Center for Child and Adolescent Health will be available throughout the event. Parents may register their children for the event at St. Christopher’s Center for Child and Adolescent Health, located on the first floor of the main hospital, or by emailing st.chris.bike.rodeo@gmail.com. Registration will also be open on the day of the event.

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Meet Local Author Michael Harris and His New Book – Brandywine

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uthor Michael Harris will be presenting and signing copies of his newly released book “Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777.” Upcoming book signings include: Sunday, June 15, 1 p.m. – presentation and book signing event at Chadds Ford Historical Society (1736 N. Creek Road, Chadds Ford, PA). Visit www.chaddsfordhistory.org. Saturday, June 21, 10 a.m. – book signing event at Monmouth Battlefield State Park (16 Business Route 33, Manalapan, NJ). For information: www.stateparks.com/ monmouth_battlefield.html. Saturday, June 28, 3 p.m. – book signing event at Baldwin’s Book Barn (865 Lenape Road, West Chester, PA). For info: www.bookbarn.com/. Brandywine Creek calmly Author Michael Harris will be presenting and signing copies meanders through the Pennof his newly released book “Brandywine: A Military History sylvania countryside today, of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, but on September 11, 1777, it September 11, 1777.” served as the scenic backdrop for the largest battle of the American Revolution, one that encompassed more troops over more land than any combat fought on American soil until the Civil War. Long overshadowed by the stunning American victory at Saratoga, the complex British campaign that defeated George Washington’s colonial army and led to the capture of the capital city of Philadelphia was one of the most important military events of the war. Michael C. Harris’s impressive “Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777,” is the first full-length study of this pivotal engagement in many years. Rich Rosenthal, author of secretary and one of the founders of the North Jersey American Revolution Round Table stated: “This is a great read. Having worked for years at Brandywine, the author’s credentials make this book the definitive source of the battle.” Michael C. Harris is a graduate of the University of Mary Washington and the American Military University. He has worked for the National Park Service in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Fort Mott State Park in New Jersey, and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission at Brandywine Battlefield. He has conducted tours and staff rides of many east coast battlefields. Michael is certified in secondary education and currently teaches in the Philadelphia region. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Michelle and son, Nathanael. About Savas Beatie LLC: Savas Beatie LLC is a leading military and general history publishing company. Read more about “Brandywine” including excerpts and an interview with the author, at http://tinyurl.com/kzh5a5y.

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cal ways to especially increase women and girls’ access to resources and entrepreneurship opportunities is a major focus of these international educational endeavors,” Ashley shared. No stranger to international service learning of environmental policy and educational outreach engagements, Ashley has traveled to more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and South American including Poland, Malaysia, Thailand, New Zealand, Malawi, Vietnam and Germany—having also led pre-college students on summer study tours to Japan. Ashley presently consults with the U.S. Department of Defense’s Linguistic Data Consortium. Ashley earned her B.A. degree in East Asian Studies from Tufts University and most recently received her Master’s degree in International Education with an emphasis in Sustainable Development from the prestigious School of International Training (SIT) Graduate Institute in Vermont.

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David Dickson, U.S. SBA Philadelphia District Director, stated in his remarks at CMC’s offices, 7300 City Avenue, that out of 724,856 PA businesses who employ a maximum of 500 employees and after a stringent vetting process, including scrutiny from the U.S. Justice and Homeland Security Departments, CMC is this year’s award recipient. The awards ceremony and luncheon will be held at XFINITY Live! Philadelphia Restaurant on June 12 at 10 a.m. The 16 year old communications and marketing agency is based in Philadelphia. Pictured seated, from left – David Dickson, U.S. SBA, Linda Chandler, Phoebe Coles and Ashley Pearson, CMC Partners & Award Recipient; standing – Stephanie Ali, CMC; Marla Hamilton, PIDC; Anjela Alvarado & James Sanders, MBDA Business Center of Philadelphia; Carlton Johnson, Esq. Archer & Greiner; Chermaina Roundtree, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce; John Paul Fraites, CMC.

T HE W ILDWOODS I NAUGURAL B EACH N B OAT F ISHING C HALLENGE Friday, June 13 - Sunday, June 15 n Father’s Day Weekend, Friday, June 13 - Sunday, June 15, the Wildwoods, NJ will host the first ever Wildwoods Beach N Boat Fishing Challenge. This event features tournament fishing for the entire family in and all around the Wildwoods for three fun-filled days – including special events and huge prizes. The tournament begins on Friday, June 13 at 2 p.m. and will continue through Sunday, June 15 at 10 a.m. The three-day format welcomes participants to fish for an hour, a day or all 44 hours. Base camp and weigh-ins will be held in front of the Wildwoods Convention Center, and an awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 15 at 11 a.m. Eight (8) $1,000 cash prizes will be awarded for the largest catch in each species category caught during the three days. Fishermen, fisherwomen and fisherkids can angle for eight species – including Striped Bass, Fluke, Weakfish, Black Drum, Bluefish, Kingfish, Tautog and Sea Bass – from the beach, a boat, a dock, jetty or anywhere in salt water in and around the Wildwoods. Lucky (and skilled) anglers will weigh qualifying fish at the Wildwoods Convention Center at designated times throughout the entire tournament. “Base Camp” in front of The Wildwoods Convention Center will serve as the home base, mission control and event central. This is where anglers will check-in, weigh fish and enjoy plenty of excitement with music, lighting, sponsors products on display, drawings and giveaways. Don’t miss the “Family Fish Festival” on Saturday, June 14 from noon - 5 p.m., where kids and big kids can have fun learning to tie knots, race crabs, try their hand at casting, win prizes and see big fish weighed in. The Father’s Day Weekend Wildwoods Beach N Boat Fishing Challenge is a segment of the much larger, highly visible Jersey Shore Beach N Boat Fishing Tournament that has over 4,500 registered anglers. This season-long, inshore, multi-species fishing tournament challenges anglers of all skill levels to compete for cash and prizes. It runs annually from April 1 through November 30 and is open to the public. To sign up to fish in the weekend-long tournament, visit www.beachnboat.com/wildwoods and register for FREE. You can also register for the season-long Jersey Shore Beach N Boat Fishing Tournament for FREE on the website using CODE: 9500. Fisherfolk must check in at Base Camp in front of the Wildwoods Convention Center before fishing in order to be eligible to win prizes. Base Camp is open from 11:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Friday, June 13, 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 14 and 7 a.m. - noon on Sunday, June 15. A brochure and fishing treasure map of the hottest fishing spots, schedule, rules, sponsors and local businesses will also be available. A kick-off event and Official Anglers Meeting will be held on Friday, June 13 starting at noon at the Wildwoods Convention Center. The meeting will go over the rules, boundaries, schedule and any questions will be answered. Registered anglers are free to fish anytime from Friday, June 13 at 2 p.m. until the final weigh-in time, Sunday, June 15 at 10 a.m. For a complete schedule of events or to register, visit www.beachnboat.com/wildwoods. For information about the Wildwoods, visit www.WildwoodsNJ.com or call 800-992-9732. Thanks for Reading! Every Wednesday Pick Up Your FREE Copy of CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!

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