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June 18 – June 24, 2014

An Evening of Vocal Art Music by MCCC to Host “The History Artsong Repertory Theater Company of Montco: A Documentary” Presented by Wayne Art Center June 25

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Cast members of ARTCy’s production “Dial L for Liebeslieder.” he Artsong Repertory Theater Company will perform songs and duets at the Wayne Art Center on Wednesday, June 25, beginning at 7 p.m. The Wayne Art Center hosts the Artsong Repertory Theater Company (ARTCy), a Philadelphiabased performance organization, as they present an evening of beautiful, poignant and hilarious songs written by classical composers including Brahms, Schumann, Bolcom, and more. Musical director and pianist Jillian Zack (Juilliard, NYC) will lead a small group of professional singers in songs and duets with a dramatic flair. ARTCy creates a platform for engaging presentations of vocal art music and champions new composers, words, artists and educational initiatives. Co-founders Cory O’Niell Walker and Jennifer Beattie strive to engage classical music audiences in a new dialogue by melding high art music with socially relevant topics, formats and presentations. The company just finished its inaugural season, presenting several theatrical and thematic art song programs to Philadelphia audiences including one fully staged production and two salon style performances. The artists will include Jillian Zack, piano;

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Cory O’Niell Walker, tenor; Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano; and guest artists. A graduate of the Julliard School and the Manhattan School of Music, Jillian Zack has trained and performed with renowned musicians around the world. She has won numerous awards for her work to enrich music development and was the recipient of the Irene Diamond Graduate Fellowship, the William Petschek Piano Scholarship, and the Greene Fellowship. Her upcoming projects include recitals with cellist Hannah Sloane, and a Broadway cabaret with singer Alizon Hull. She has performed in master classes with: Martin Katz, Margo Garrett, Malcom Martineau, John Churchwell, Amy Burton, and Paul Sperry. Visit www.jillianzack.com. Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Beattie is a dynamic performer in styles ranging from opera to chamber music to cabaret. She has appeared as a soloist in orchestras, operas and choruses across the country, and has premiered many pieces written for her voice by preeminent composers. Visit www.jenniferbeattie.com. Tenor Cory O’Niell Walker is a diverse performer, composer and designer who works in many genres. He holds a master’s degree in vocal performance from Ithaca College, where

s part of its yearlong celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) invites the community to the premiere public screening of “The History of Montco: A Documentary,” on Friday, June 27, at 6 p.m. in the Science Center Theater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. The screening is free of charge—everyone is welcome. Light refreshments will be served. To RSVP, call 215641-6324 or email dyerkey@mc3.edu by June 18. The documentary is directed and produced by MCCC alumni Joseph Sapienza, Philadelphia, and Sean King, North Wales, who began the project a few years ago while they were students at the College. “The documentary really began as a one or two minute news

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See “The History of Montco: A Documentary” on page 10

Montgomery County Community College Alumni Joseph Sapienza, Philadelphia, (left) and Sean King, North Wales, will be sharing their video, “The History of Montco: A Documentary,” on Friday, June 27, at 6 p.m. at the College’s Science Center Theater.

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June 26 at Main Point Books everal years ago, Anita Bihovsky was having breakfast and reading the newspaper when a small item caught her eye. It told of a strange medical experiment that seemed too bizarre to believe. She went straight to her computer and began outlining a story for her first novel. “I’d always planned to be fiction writer,” notes Bihovsky, a Wynnewood resident who works as a communications consultant and book publicist. “When I finished writing the book, I sent it to numerous publishers and agents. The agent I hired wasn’t much help. So eventually I put the manuscript away until my son Michael, who’s a writer and composer, asked to read it. With his encouragement I updated and revised it, and went the self-publishing route.” The book, a mystery titled Progeny, is about a young woman who learns that her dying mother isn’t her biological parent. Grieving and confused, she sets out to discover the identity of her real mother, only to discover that the question isn’t as simple as it seems. Curiously missing medical files kick off a mystery layered in deceit. She soon crosses paths with a pediatrician seeking the same files. Aided by a private investigator, they work together to unearth a past that others are determined to keep buried at all costs. But just when it looks like they’ve gotten to the bottom of things, the biggest shock of all still awaits. “In addition to the mystery element, the book also explores the impact of donor-conceived in vitro fertilization and resulting identity issues, as well as other topical themes. And it contains an astonishing twist that I’m pretty sure no one could possibly guess!” adds the author. Bihovsky invites the public to her book launch party on Thursday, June 26, 7 p.m. at Main Point Books, 1041 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr. The event will include a short reading from Progeny, a book signing, and free refreshments. The book is also available on Amazon; for more information, see www.anitabihovsky.com.

Anita Bihovsky invites the public to her book launch party on Thursday, June 26, 7 p.m. at Main Point Books, 1041 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.


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EVEN MORE EVENTS David Boies and Theodore Olson Discuss Marriage Equality Less than a week before the first anniversary of Proposition 8’s overturn in the state of California, the National Constitution Center hosts two of the nation’s most prominent lawyers – David Boies and Theodore B. Olson—who famously went head-to-head in Bush v. Gore only to team up together for one of the highest-profile cases in recent Supreme Court history – Hollingsworth v. Perry. The pair will relive their five-year journey from Proposition 8’s adoption by voters in 2008 to its defeat, as documented in their much-anticipated new book, “Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality.” The program will take place on Friday, June 20, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. (just three days after the book’s release). Admission starts at $20 and includes a copy of the book. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 215-409-6700 or visiting www.constitutioncenter.org. A book signing with Boies and Olson will follow the program.

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Specialized Sensory Storytimes Paoli Library will present Sensory Storytime, an interactive and educational program for children ages 3-7 with sensory integration problems that may keep them from attending other library storytimes. Sensory Storytime will take place Mondays, June 23, July 28, and August 25 at 11 a.m. at Paoli Library, 18 Darby Road, Paoli. Facilitated by Brooke Shapiro from Brain Balance Achievement Centers, Sensory Storytime combines books, songs, movement, and therapeutic activities that have been specially chosen and modified to help children stay focused and involved. Sensory activities stimulate all five senses to promote learning. For info and to register, go to www.tredyffrinlibraries.org/pkids.asp or call Paoli Library at 610-296-7996.

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“Richie Ashburn…Why the Hall Not? – The Amazing Journey to Cooperstown" with Bruce Mowday Wednesday, June 25, at 12:30 p.m. Bruce Mowday tells the heart-warming story of Phillies great Richie Ashburn and a young fan who once asked for an autograph. Years later, that fan remembered Ashburn’s kindness and led a drive collecting 200,000 signatures to convince Major League Baseball to reconsider Ashburn for Baseball’s Hall of Fame. Meet author Bruce Mowday and discuss the novel. Call 610-664-2366 or stop by New Horizons, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth for information or to make a reservation.

Join the curious on Thursday, June 26 at 10:30 a.m. to explore some of the fun things available on the Internet! Joyce’s Café, a one-hour class taught by Haverford Township librarian Joyce Platfoot, meets every 4th Narberth Square Dance Thursday of the month in 2014 (except for August and December) to Do-Si-Do and swing your partner at the Narberth Square Dance at demonstrate and instruct interested library guests on different and pop- Borough Hall, 100 Conway Ave., Narberth, PA 19072 on Saturday, June ular Internet sites. This month enrollees will get a taste for Pinterest – 28, 2014, from 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Sponsored by The Narberth Civic a web based program that allows you to ‘pin’ pictures of things you find Association as part of Civic Centennial Celebration. Experienced caller on the internet to a virtual bulletin board, helping you collect and orga- Keith Brand will call the dances. Live dance music will be provided by nize links to the things you love. What great summer fun! This is a Noggin Hill. The band includes Narberth natives Zachary Fay on fiddle hands-on class using library computers and is open to both beginning and Isaac Stanford on guitar, joined by Chris Coyle on acoustic bass and and returning students. Attendees must have a Pinterest account. If you John Salmons on banjo. All are welcome! No experience is necessary need help setting up an account, talk to a librarian. Space is limited and and no partner is needed. Admission is $10 per person and $5 for chilRegistration required. Call 610-446-3082 x201 or email platfoot@haver- dren accompanied by parents, and includes light refreshments (no alcofordlibrary.org to register. hol). Free parking on Haverford Ave. or in the parking lot next to the basketball courts. Get tickets or information at www.narberthcivic.org. “Hot Spots and Storied Plots” Tour Send questions to myersrpm@gmail.com. In life and in death, we all have stories to tell. Join Laurel Hill Cemetery for an informative overview of Laurel Hill’s long and colorful history, Dixieland Jam Session which will include many of the marble masterpieces, stunning views and The Tri-State Jazz Society presents its annual Dixieland Jam Session on legendary stories that afford the cemetery its WOW factor. This is the Sunday, June 29, from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. This concert will be at the perfect tour for first-time visitors to Laurel Hill, and anyone else who Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. A enjoys beautiful art, scenic nature and fascinating history. “Hot Spots core band led by Bob Rawlins, and featuring traditional jazz professionand Storied Plots” will be presented monthly as part of Laurel Hill als Randy Reinhart, Franny Smith, Brian Nalepka, and Alan Hubbell, will Cemetery’s Fourth Friday tour series, which take place on the fourth be on hand to back up jammers who are invited to sit in. Half-price Friday of every month at 10:00 a.m. June’s walking tour will take place admission is $10, available for first-time attendees and members; genon Friday, June 27 at 10 a.m., departing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s eral admission is $20. High school and college students with IDs and Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free children accompanied by a paying adult are free. Pay at the door; there parking is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The are no advance sales or reservations. The Community Arts Center is less cost is $8/person general admission. Tickets can be purchased at the than a mile from the Media-Swarthmore exit of I-476. There’s free parkdoor, in advance by phone 215-228-8200, or online at www.thelaurelhill- ing. For information call 856-720-0232 or visit: www.tristatejazz.org. cemetery.org.

Peggy King and The All-Star Jazz Trio Free Concert in OCNJ Legendary songstress Peggy King – one of the few, certifiable stars of stage, screen, television and nightclubs still performing today – and the charismatically swinging All-Star Jazz Trio, will appear in concert at The Ocean City Free Public Library on Friday, June 27. The show, which begins at 7 p.m., is free and open to the public. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. The library is located at 1735 Simpson Avenue in Ocean City, NJ. Information: 609-399-2434, ext. 5238 or via email at Karen@oceancitylibrary.org.

Watch and Sing Along to Disney’s “Frozen” in Franklin Square Snowflakes and Franklin Square’s Electrical Spectacle may be several months away, but for one special summer night, June 30, you can experience a blast of winter magic as Wawa Welcome America! presents a FREE screening of the Disney smash hit, “Frozen.” Bring a blanket or chair and get ready to “Let It Go” as you sing along to your favorite “Frozen” tunes under the summer stars. Stop by early to save your seat and enjoy pre-show activities from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Franklin Square. Rain or shine. Call 215-629-4026 for information.

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS “THE TIME HAS COME� ART EXHIBIT

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Values Into Action, 206 W. State Road, Media, PA 19063 presents “The Time Has Come,� featuring paintings by Marge Feldman, a member of ARTsisters, on display from June 12 to July 10, 2014. Feldman says, “I often find myself occupied in the observation and recording of the contradictions and the curious contrasts with which we all live. My art describes our natural or contrived environment and the effects we humans exert on it. Sometimes we work in concert with nature; other times we destroy it. Sometimes it overpowers us.� She is investigating the ways she can illustrate our attempts to manipulate and to rediscover nature. She deliberately arrange the formal elements of art to disclose the complexity of our interaction and to craft harmonious compositions. She make surrealscapes. ARTsisters, a group of professional women artists dedicated to empowering each other and the community through their art, have taken up the task of providing art to Values Into Action each month for all of 2014. Learn more about Values Into Action at www.valuesintoactionpa.org. More information available at www.ARTsisters.org. Shown is “Nature – Invention Cove,� painting by Marge Feldman.

The Soulstice June 21 officially marks the first day of summer and Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Young Friends group, The Antemortem Society, is putting the soul in solstice with a midsummer night’s celebration and fundraiser. To mark the 150th birthday of the Cemetery’s main bridge, The Antemortem Society is hosting a unique preservation party that will raise funds to restore the historic site. The Soulstice will take place on June 21 at 6 p.m. in the southernmost section of Laurel Hill Cemetery at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Cascades of fun activities await attendees as they enjoy the other-worldly aura of the Cemetery after dark. The night includes an exclusive preview performance by REV Theatre Company, stargazing, tarot card readings with Cynthia Wilson, a silent auction, and great music for dancing the night away. Tickets for the event are $50 general admission/$35 for members and include wine, beer and cocktails at our open bar; fare from Chewy’s Gourmet Food Truck; a “Make Your Own S’mores� dessert station; and photos at the Mausoleum Photo Booth. Purchasing advance tickets is required. Tickets can be purchased by phone 215-228-8200 or online at www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org. All funds raised from the event support the preservation of Laurel Hill Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark.

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.

Jazz Vocalist Tony Corrao Pays Tribute to Bobby Darin On Sunday, June 22, jazz vocalist Tony Corrao will headline the latest edition of the Swingin’ the Standards cabaret series at the Adrienne Theater in Philadelphia. Corrao will devote half hit set to a tribute to the legendary Bobby Darin. Selections will include such Darin classics as “Hello Young Lovers,� “As Long As I’m Singing,� “I Got Rhythm,� and “Charade.� Also on the bill will be 2011 Sinatra Idol Greg Myers and swinging crooner Jim Thomas. There will be one show at 3 p.m. at the Adrienne Theatre (Playground), 2030 Sansom Street in Philadelphia. The event is suitable for all ages. Tickets are $15 advance and $18 at the door and can be purchased by online visiting www.swinginthestandards.com or calling 1-800-8383006.

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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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Wine connoisseurs and casual sippers alike are invited to the second annual Jersey Shore Wine Festival, Saturday, June 28 and Sunday 29, 2014 at Tropicana Casino & Resort. The festival, which celebrates wines from across the state of New Jersey, will take place from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. each day on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in front of Tropicana. Must be 21. Tickets are available now at the Tropicana Box Office and www.ticketmaster.com. Advance purchases are priced at $20 and tickets bought at the door are $25. A portion of all proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City.

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The event will include a short reading from Progeny, a book signing, and free refreshments. The book is also available on Amazon.

www.anitabihovsky.com Progeny is about a young woman who learns that her dying mother isn’t her biological parent. Her search for her “real� mother plunges her into a mystery that could endanger her life.


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“Jazz at Jacobs” – Free, All-Day Celebration of Jazz Piano

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Focal Point of Jazz During “Make Music Philly” azz at Jacobs,” a free, all-day celebration of the art of show, “Music by Intention.” Andy Kahn & The All-Star Jazz Trio – special guest, Jimmy jazz piano being presented on June 21 at Jacobs Music’s Steinway Recital Hall – 1718 Chestnut Street – is the focal Bruno (2 p.m.) – Formed in 1972 by pianist Kahn and drumpoint of live jazz during the second annual “Make Music Philly” mer Bruce Klauber, this swinging combination tours the East event. “Make Music Philly” is an ambitious undertaking Coast individually, and in tandem with legendary songstress that will feature more than 300 musicians – performing in any Peggy King. In addition to his drumming, Bruce Klauber is number of genres and in all kinds of venues all over the city an ICON magazine columnist, Jazz Bridge Public Relations – in all day concerts that are free and open to the public. Director and Warner Bros. “Jazz Legends” DVD Series Producer. Philadelphia will join 500 other “Make Music” cities around Bassist Bruce Kaminsky is a jazz educator, world music piothe world for this non-profit event, sponsored by WXPN radio neer and inventor of the electric/upright hybrid, KYDD Bass. and a number of others. For more information on “Jazz at Guest starring with the All-Stars is critically acclaimed recordJacobs” and the “Make Music Philly” schedule visit the web- ing artist and jazz guitar master Jimmy Bruno, widely regarded as one of the finest jazz guitarists working today. site: www.makemusicphilly.org. Lucas Brown, Solo Piano (3 p.m.) – Lucas Brown, who began Schedule for Jazz at Jacobs on Saturday, June 21: his formal music training at the age of five, is a Temple UniMake Music Philly: Dave Posmontier, Solo Piano (11 a.m.) – Dave Posmontier versity graduate, fluent on piano and organ. He has also studhas been an important and vital member of the Philadelphia ied classical composition and currently studies classical organ jazz community for decades. He’s a thoughtful, swinging and with Jonathan Bowen. For more than a decade, Brown has inventive soloist – and versatile accompanist – who is at home been the organist in the jazz trio led by legendary saxoin virtually any musical style. In addition to his work as a solo- phonist “Bootsie” Barnes, is a member of the popular “Three ist, Postmontier has lead his own trios and backed several Blind Mice” with saxophonist Victor North and drummer Wayne international jazz stars, including James Moody, Johnny Hart- Smith, Jr. Bob Cohen, Solo Piano (4 p.m.) – A native New Yorker, man, and Grover Washington, Jr. Tim Brey, Solo Piano (12 noon) – Even at his relatively Bob Cohen was breaking new pianistic ground before many young age, Brey has an astounding knowledge of American of the young lions of jazz were born. He studied with jazz Popular Song, in addition to the jazz repertoire. A 2012 gradu- giant Lennie Tristano, played with Charlie “Yardbird” Parker ate of Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance at the age of 16, and was the house pianist for 12 years at with a B.M. in Jazz Piano, Brey was the recipient of a David this region’s famed Borgia Café on Head House Square in M. Katz Memorial Scholarship. Brey appears as a soloist, and Philadelphia. Bob Cohen’s recent “Tribute to Bill Evans” is an in-demand sideman who has worked with just about concert for Jazz Bridge was one of the highlights of the Jazz Bridge concert season. every notable on the Philadelphia jazz scene. This is the second year for “Jazz at Jacobs,” sponsored by Andy Kahn, Solo Piano (1 p.m.) – Andy Kahn is a Jacobs Music Artist-in-Residence, composer, vocalist, and archivist the Jacobs Music Company Steinway Selection Center in Philawho wrote and produced the hit dance record, “Hot Shot.” delphia. Program Coordinator and Jacobs Artist-in-Residence, He studied extensively with Bernard Peiffer, Al Stauffer and Andy Kahn, has assembled an impressive array of the region’s Jimmy Amadie, but the result is an original, instantly iden- most outstanding piano soloists for this day-long celebratifiable style with an eclectic repertoire that reflects his tion. Visit www.jacobsmusic.com or by calling Jacobs Music extensive knowledge of American Popular Song. Andy Kahn Company Steinway Selection Center at 215-568-7800. also tours with his one-man, tribute to American composers

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Andy Kahn’s “Music by Intention” Show Pianist, vocalist, composer and archivist Andy Kahn brings his critically acclaimed “Music by Intention” show – a tribute to America’s greatest composers and lyricists – to the Philadelphia Ethical Society on Sunday, June 22 for a 3 p.m. show. Tickets are $25 and are available only at the door. The Ethical Society is located at 1906 Rittenhouse Square. For directions and info, call 215-735-3456 or visit www.phillyethics.org.

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“The Sounds of Summer� at the Haverford Township Free Library tarting in June, the Haverford Township Free Library will again host “The Sounds of Summer,� a series of music and entertainment programs. The programs will occur every fourth Friday of the month in June, July and August at 7:30 p.m. in the HTFL parking lot. “The Sounds of Summer Music� program was made possible by a grant by the Haverford Township Civic Council. “The Sounds of Summer� begins on Friday, June 27 and features Lizette Casals with Tony Sala on piano. Enjoy timeless, international love songs as you take a musical journey to a different time and place. Continuing the series on Friday, July 25, the Library will host Perseverance Jazz Band. Perseverance brings New Orleans to Havertown with its enthusiastic and soulful interpretations of Ragtime, Dixieland, Traditional Jazz and Second Line Tunes. To wrap the series up, HTFL will feature an Open Mic Night on Friday, August 22. If you have a musical talent or comic streak, this may be the place for you! Open mic night is open to all ages; please limit your performance to 5 minutes maximum, and keep it clean! To sign up to perform, register through www.haverfordlibrary.org/soundsofsummer. Join the Library for a summer full of music & entertainment. Bring your lawn chairs for an evening under the stars! In the event of rain or extreme heat, the programs will be moved to the library’s air conditioned Community Room on the lower level of the library. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, contact Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or email shannon@haverfordlibrary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

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“Hot Fun in the Summertime” Solstice Celebration June 21 he Community Education Center/the CEC and Meeting House presents “Hot Fun in the Summertime” – a solstice celebration of creativity to benefit the CEC. The twenty-five plus professionals who make up the CEC artists family are joining forces to bring audiences and students of 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 of happenings, visit www.cecarts.org and/or call 215 387-1911 or email cec@cecarts.org. The CEC is a unique community arts center that has been around for 40 years. It has evolved from a general use center that included the arts, to an arts center that is the home to many talented artists. Along with 100s of artists who use the CEC to hold auditions, rehearse, and/or put up dance and theatre works in the CEC Meeting House Theatre, a collection of 25 plus artists consider the CEC their home. They have offices, or present their seasons, ongoing rehearsals, and/or teach in the CEC program Dance and More @ the CEC. CEC partners with a select group of artists to bring a roster of ongoing classes to the community. Classes offered range from: various forms of dance – African, salsa, hip-hop, breakdance, tap and flamenco, to theatre – acting and playwriting, to the martial arts of Kendo, Tai chi, and capoeira. The CEC, like many small nonprofits need to supplement the ever shrinking foundation grant support. The artists of the CEC are coming together to present a day of short classes and performances to raise money for the Center. Jamie Merwin director of olive Dance Theatre said it best, “The CEC is here for so many artists, it’s time for the artists to start giving back.” This event is a great opportunity for the artists to come together as a community and for students of the arts and audiences to experience a host of classes and performances. CEC Executive Director Terri Shockley states, “The Hot Summertime day of classes and performances is a fun way to get a lot of new friends to experience the CEC and raise some money at the same time.”

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Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers with Matthew Curry to perform, June 24, 7:30 p.m. at Tower Theater. By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Tower Theater, 69th & Ludlow Streets in Upper Darby, PA and WMGK present Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers with Matthew Curry, June 24, 7:30 p.m. Listen to the track of Frampton’s newest work Hummingbird in a Box online at www.frampton.com/news. For tickets and info, call 215-922-1011 or visit www.thetowerphilly.com. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA presents An Evening with Katie Eagleson, Saturday, June 28, at 8 p.m., performing jazz, some Broadway, some French songs, and of course some tunes by the classic composers of the Great American Songbook. For tickets ($20 for adults, $17 for seniors, $15 for subscribers, and $10 for students) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit www.act2.org. • Academy of Music in Philadelphia presents the Bill Maher Stand-Up Tour, on Saturday, June 28 at 8 p.m. Three of his nine stand-up specials for HBO were nominated for Emmy awards. For tickets ($55 to $125) or info, call 215-8931999 or visit www.kimmelcenter.org.

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The Stagecrafters Presents Charles Busch’s free-wheeling comedy “THE TALE OF THE ALLERGIST’S WIFE” A savvy satire of urban upper middle class life. Meet Marjorie Taub, well-to-do Manhattanite plunged into a mid-life crisis – and then stuff really starts to happen!

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Graduating sixth graders pose in front of Lansdowne Monthly Meeting. he Lansdowne Friends School community gathered on June 11 to celebrate the sixth grade graduates in a Meeting for Worship for Graduation. Families, students, faculty and staff enjoyed speeches by each of the graduates, as well as singing, presentation of diplomas, and recognition of the graduates from other students. In addition to recognizing the graduates, the annual graduation celebrates the school community and is one of the school’s treasured traditions.

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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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1973 National Women’s College Basketball Championship Mighty Macs Team. he Immaculata University Mighty Macs’ basketball teams of the early 1970s will be enshrined into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on November 13, 2014, at the Sheraton, Society Hill at 7 p.m. Several of the Mighty Macs have been enshrined into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame based on their individual achievements. Coach Cathy Rush was inducted with the Class of 2005; Theresa Shank Grentz is a 2007 inductee, and Marianne Crawford Stanley is a 2010 inductee. The Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame inducted its first class of Philadelphia’s finest sports figures in 2004. The Class of 2014 include: Bobby Walston, Brian Propp, By Saam, Chet Walker, Chief Bender, Curt Schilling, Ellie Daniel, Eric Allen, Frank Dolson, Geoff Petrie, Herb Pennock, Jean Shiley, Marvin Harrison, Meldrick Taylor, Mike Richter, and Paul Costello. Led by their young coach, Cathy Rush, the Mighty Macs won the first three women’s college basketball championships in 1972, 1973, and 1974 and is considered the Birthplace of Modern College Women’s Basketball. In addition to the national championships, the Mighty Macs were the first women’s team, along with the University of Maryland, to appear on national TV; first women’s team, along with Queen’s College, to play at Madison Square Garden, and the first women’s college team to play outside the Country (Australia in 1974). Their inspirational story was made into a feature-length theatrical movie called The Mighty Macs and released by Sony Pictures in 2011. The Mighty Macs will also be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA on August 8, 2014. For information about the Mighty Macs, call 610-647-4400, ext. 3143 or visit www.immaculata.edu/ Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.

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package on the construction of College Hall,” King says. “After looking through some photos, we decided to expand the project to cover more of the history of Montco. From there, it snowballed into a feature length documentary.” The video starts in Conshohocken, where the College opened its doors in early October 1966—almost two years after it was officially established on December 8, 1964. Through interviews of current and former faculty, staff and administrators, King and Sapienza captured the spirit and tenacity of an ever-evolving, growing educational institution that has become the alma mater of more than 55,000 alumni. After years of preparation, hard work, research, and the desire to make their idea a reality, they completed an entertaining, informative movie that is a testament to their accomplishments and to the story about the college. “It was a long process. We started pre-production in July of 2011 and the film didn’t go into editing until the summer of 2013,” Sapienza says, recalling the many hours of research, interviews, recording and editing. The movie is about two hours long. During the intermission, Sapienza and King will be available to answer questions about the process of creating the Montco documentary. Sapienza began his studies at Montgomery County Community College in the winter of 2010 in the Film and Video program. In fall 2012, he then transferred to the Film and Television program at Drexel University earned his bachelor’s degree in May 2014. With films, one of his favorite subjects is documentaries, especially documentaries involving history. For his senior project at Drexel, Joe produced a history documentary about the coal town, Centralia, and its ongoing underground mine fire. Following graduation, he started an internship with NFL Films. King studied Communications at Montgomery County Community College, focusing on Journalism. While he was at the College, he was involved in numerous campus activities, including the Communication Arts Production Group and Montco Radio. After graduating in 2012, he started studying History and Political Science at Arcadia University, focusing on contemporary American history and politics. When he completes his bachelor’s degree, King plans to pursue a job in government. For more information about Montgomery County Community College’s 50th Anniversary, visit mc3.edu/50.


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The Baldwin School’s 23 members of the Class of 2014 who have attended Baldwin since Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten. Front, from left – Roseanita Hurley, Wayne; and Gabrielle Procacci, Cinnaminson, NJ; back, from left – Meghan Donahue, n Thursday, June 5, 2014, Newtown Square; Quinn Rooney, Villanova; Julia Jaconski, 52 seniors graduated from Philadelphia; and Katie Fitzpatrick, Newtown Square. The Baldwin School as the 126th graduating class. They will continue their education at colleges across America, as the seniors earned 271 acceptances to 121 colleges and universities in three countries (United States, Scotland, and Ireland). They will pursue higher levels of education at some of the most prestigious institutions in the country including Brown, Columbia, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Military Academy, and the University of Pennsylvania. Haley Weiss ’14 was the student speaker at the commencement Baldwin Class of 2014 graduates ceremony, held at Bryn Mawr Laura Bunn (Bryn Mawr) and Haley Presbyterian Church. Ms. Weiss Weis (Wynnewood) pose with their was elected by her peers for Erin Russell, Ardmore; Maggie Quigley, Drexel Hill; moms, Ann Bunn and Rochelle Weiss, this honor. Janine Driver, CEO who were also classmates at Baldwin, Christine Fay, Havertown; and Deanna Heany, Villanova. of the Body Language Institute, Class of 1985. The families also each delivered the keynote address. have a son, David Bunn and Andrew In recognition of their outne hundred and fourteen Merion Mercy Academy senWeis, who are classmates at The iors graduated Sunday, June 1, 2014 on campus in Merstanding academic performances Haverford School, Class of 2017. ion Station. (Baccalaureate Mass was held on May 28, 2014.) at Baldwin and beyond, graduates were awarded a total of $2.9 Members of MMA’s Class of 2014 received 515 letters of acceptance from 114 colleges. They also earned 325 merit scholarmillion in merit-based scholarships, which is a record for Baldwin. This ships totaling $14,349,803. year, 26 percent of the Class will attend Ivy League institutions. Baldwin also recognized the 23 members of the Class of 2014 who have attended Baldwin since Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten. Six members of the Class of 2014 will continue their respective athletic careers at the collegiate level. Baldwin’s athlete scholars are Kathleen Edwards The Baldwin School Class of 2014. for varsity swimming at Connecticut College, Selena Maity for varsity squash at Yale University, Cashel McCarthy for varsity squash at Hobart William Smith College, Ryan Morgan for varsity squash at Drexel University, Madison Pujadas for varsity swimming at Columbia University, and Kristine Rojo for varsity tennis at the US Naval Academy.

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in attendance and Faculty Member Paul Sanborn served as the Master of Ceremonies. Collectively the young men in the school’s 54th graduating class earned over $5.3 million in college scholarships. In addition they received nearly 200 acceptances to more than 75 colleges and universities, including the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Lehigh, Case Western Reserve, Fordham, Drexel and Penn State. According to Headmaster Rev. Shea, “Devon Prep’s Class of 2014 is a superb group of young men who excel in so many wonderful areas in and out of the classroom. I know that they will be very successful in college and beyond. I will miss them and wish them well in the future.”

Elisabeth Gavin, Havertown, at Baccalaureate.

Featured student speakers, from left – Elizabeth Loftus, Phoenixville, spoke at Baccalaureate and Kathleen Dolan, Philadelphia, spoke at Graduation.


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Bryn Mawr Hospital Presents Check at Narberth Devereux Pennsylvania 27th Annual Golf Outing Ambulance’s Welcome Back Block Party

On June 8, Bryn Mawr Hospital Nursing Director Joan Gibson, presented a $1,000 check to the Narberth Ambulance Company in Ardmore during its Welcome Back Block Party. The donation will aid in the company’s high insurance deductible from its March 28 fire. Narberth Ambulance has been involved in Bryn Mawr Hospital’s stroke and cardiac accreditations for over a decade and continues to handle a large volume of emergencies. Joe Frick (far left), Vice Chairman and Managing Partner at Diversified Search, his wife Amy and son Tony (far right) hosted Devereux President and CEO in their foursome at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club.

Over 100 Teams Registered for Epilepsy Foundation Eastern PA’s 18th Annual Summer Stroll O O ver 1000 children, families, doctors and even a few four-legged friends will strap on their sneakers on June 21, 2014 for the Epilepsy Foundation Eastern PA’s signature fundraiser, the Summer Stroll. The Summer Stroll is a five-mile non-competitive walk that honors those affected by epilepsy/seizure disorders. The largest event of its kind in the area, the Stroll is instrumental in creating awareness about epilepsy and raising funds for the EFEPA’s free programs. The Summer Stroll kicks off with registration at 8 a.m. and the walkers hitting the path by 9 a.m. Starting on Forbidden drive, the route is a 5 mile loop along the beautiful Wissahickon creek for 2.5 miles with a turnaround at the Valley Green Inn. After the Stroll, walkers will enjoy a light picnic lunch and family activities including face painting, crafts and children’s entertainment. Last year the Summer Stroll raised over $125,000 for the EFEPA’s free programs and services. The Foundation hopes to surpass that mark this year with a fundraising goal of $140,000. The EFEPA is the only agency serving the 110,000 residents of Eastern Pennsylvania diagnosed with epilepsy. With the CDC reporting that 1 in 26 individuals will have epilepsy at some point in their life, the time to act and raise awareness is now. Despite this staggering statistic too many individuals with epilepsy face discrimination and mistreatment due to a lack of awareness. This year the EFEPA wants to celebrate those living with epilepsy by asking its walkers, Who Do You Stroll For? “We encourage all of our participants to share who they are walking to support. These individuals face incredible challenges every day and we want to honor them for the heroes they truly are.” states Allison McCartin, Executive Director of the EFEPA. Summer Stroll participants can register as an individual, as a team or even as a virtual walker. There is no fee to participate, however fundraising is a vital component to the event’s success. Any and all donations are crucial to support programs such as first aid trainings in schools, seizure education programs to law enforcement and emergency responders, and directing funds towards research for a cure. For more information or to register for the Stroll, visit www.summerstroll.org. It’s also a great volunteer opportunity! Contact the organization if you’d like to help, development@ efepa.org.

n June, 3 Devereux Pennsylvania, a leading national nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization, hosted its 27th Annual Golf Tournament at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club and the Philadelphia Cricket Club. This year’s event was a huge success, with over 240 people attending including former Eagle’s Coach Dick Vermeil. This year the event also included the inaugural Tennis Tournament. Steve Highsmith of PH17 emceed the event and lead participants through the formal auction and ceremony in the evening. The funds raised at the event benefit a variety of year-round recreational, cultural and educational activities that bring self-confidence, achievement, and happiness to the children and adults of Devereux Pennsylvania.

The Philadelphia Ship Preservation “Gazela 43” Celebration July 8 he Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild will hold a “Gazela 43” celebration at the Independence Seaport Museum, located here at Penn’s Landing at Walnut Street, on Tuesday, July 8 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The public is invited. According to Robert D. Wombwell and Melissa Black-Simmons, event co-chairpersons and members of the Philadelphia Ship Guild Preservation board of directors, “The Guild is currently responsible for the care, maintenance and operations of Philadelphia’s tall sailing ship, The Gazela Primiero, a 117-foot Barkentine acquired from Portugal in 1971 and brought to Philadelphia with the assistance of local philanthropist William W. Smith. “This evening will be totally devoted to a special celebration marking the 43rd anniversary of the city’s 100year-old tall sailing ship since her arrival from Portugal,” state Wombwell and Black-Simmons. Also in the Guild’s care is the tug Jupiter, which was donated from the Independent Pier Company, owned by the Meyle family. The 101-foot tug still bears the livery of that company. Both historical vessels are berthed at Penn’s Landing and available for public touring. In addition, Guild will provide a special gift to Mary L. Smith, a trustee of the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust and wife of its founder William Wikoff Smith for their ongoing support. The celebration also will feature scheduled tours of the Gazela, a silent auction and light hors d’oeuvres and spirits. Tickets for the event are $35 for individuals and $60 for couples. For tickets, patrons can visit http://gazela43brownpapertickets.com. All proceeds from the evening will benefit the Guild. For information and sponsorship opportunities, call 215-760-5828.

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Coach Dick Vermeil (left) presents Devereux Board of Trustees’ Vice Chairman and Chairman Emeritus Skip Genuardi (right) with an autographed bottle of wine from Vermeil Wines. Coach Vermeil offered a case of his best vintages for the live auction. The item was so popular he donated a second case for bid, realizing more than $5,000 for Devereux.

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