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9th Annual Haverford Music Festival Upper Darby Summer Stage Presents Willy Wonka, Jr.

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, Teddy Thompson, Ryan Montbleau and Amy Rigby top the bill of more than 30 acts for a full day of late-summer family fun – Saturday, September 7 XPN 88.5 welcomes the 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival (HMF), presented by ACME Markets, on Saturday, September 7, 2019, from Noon until 9:30 p.m. HMF will present approximately 30 acts, representing various musical genres, performing on four stages near the intersection of Eagle & Darby Roads in Havertown. Area business-

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Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, with their band, will headline the 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival (HMF) on Saturday, September 7, 2019. Photo/Mark Seliger

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es and vendors will fill booths along Darby Road and Hathaway Lane. There will be food booths, beer gardens, children’s activities and much more late-summer fun for the whole family. Admission is free; voluntary donations will be accepted at entrance points. HMF 2019’s top headliner will be Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, regarded by many as “the First Couple of Americana Music,” with their band. Larry Campbell is a recognized virtuoso on various stringed instruments, such as acoustic and electric guitar and fiddle, in genres including country, folk, blues, and rock; in fact, he is a recipient of The Lifetime Achievement – Instrumentalist Award from The Americana Music Association. Campbell is also widely known for his time, from 1997 to 2004, in Bob Dylan’s “Never Ending Tour” band. From 2005 to 2012, with wife Teresa Williams (vocals, guitar), he was a member of the late Levon Helm’s “Midnight Ramble Band.” He also served as musical director and produced Helm’s two Grammy-winning albums, Dirt Farmer (with Amy Helm) and Electric Dirt. In addition to performing with many other musicians, such as Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris, Phil Lesh & Friends, Hot Tuna and Little Feat, Larry & Teresa have also See 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival page 8

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See Performances of Upper Darby Summer Stage’s season finale, “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Jr.” on August 13, 14, 15, 16. Cast members, clockwise from top – Jack O’Leary of Havertown (Willy Wonka), Quinn McGahey of Drexel Hill (Charlie Bucket), Eve Turner of Newtown Square (Oompa Loompa) and Sarah McGrath of Drexel Hill (Violet). Photo/Jim Mergliano pper Darby Summer Stage adds an additional show date to the 44th season finale, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Jr. on August 13 at 10:30 a.m. Audience members are encouraged to grab their golden tickets to the show that now runs for a total of five performances on August 13, 14, 15 and 16 at 10:30 a.m. and on August 15 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 - $13 and can be purchased at www.udpac.org or by calling the Box Office at 610-622-1189. Children are invited to arrive early for fun pre-show activities and stay after the show to meet cast members! The show is approximately one hour long and is ideal for ages four and up. Free

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Diana Nyad to Lead Tour of Historical Sites for EPIC Liberty Walk from Philadelphia to D.C. t 7 a.m. sharp, on Monday, August 26, Cuba swim champion, endurance athlete, and author Diana Nyad will kick off a week-long EPIC Walk through multiple states from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. The Liberty Walk event is part of Nyad’s Founders of EverWalk, from left – EverWalk initiative that encourages people to rebel against a sedentary life- expedition leader Bonnie Stoll and style through the act of walking. Nyad Cuba swim champion Diana Nyad launched the organization with fellow will lead the 134 mile Liberty Walk through historic Philadelphia and endurance athlete and Cuba expedition leader Bonnie Stoll. The brand’s on to Washington D.C. Day one of The Liberty Walk will tour EPIC series takes intimate groups on multiple-day, on-foot excursions which participants through Philadelphia’s historic sites. cover distances over 100 miles. Most EverWalk EPIC events make a beeline from the first city, Day One, 134 miles to the last city, Day Seven. But, due to the rich tapestry of iconic sites in the nation’s first capital, Philadelphia, this time the group will spend the entire first day criss-crossing the city on a 17.95-mile trek. “We’ve done several EPIC walks around America and each one has been

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glorious, but we’re going to do this one a little differently,” says Nyad. “Normally, we start in the city and walk out into the countryside, but Philadelphia is just teeming with historic sites. We’re going to spend our entire first day exploring the City of Brotherly Love.” See EPIC Liberty Walk from Philadelphia to D.C. page 6


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EVEN MORE EVENTS Meet Author Har Zion Temple presents Lynda Cohen Loigman, author of “The Wartime Sisters” on August 14 at 6:30 p.m. In the book two estranged sisters, raised in Brooklyn and each burdened with her own shocking secret, are reunited at the Springfield Armory in the early days of WWII. While one sister lives in relative ease on the Armory campus as an officer’s wife, the other arrives as a war widow and takes a position in the Armory factory. Resentment festers between the two and secrets are shattered when a mysterious figure from the past reemerges in the lives. This event is one of a series of exciting authors titled, “Open a Book...Open Your Mind.” Tickets are $18, which includes a light supper. Har Zion Temple is located 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA 19072. For tickets to this event, call 610-667-5000 or go to https://harziontemple.ticketleap.com.

“Nor Wind Nor Water” Juried Group Exhibition at DVAA

Sounds of the Revolution – Revisiting Fife & Drum What was the soundtrack of 18th-century America? Fife and Drum was definitely a part of the musical story of the times. A Fife and Drum Corps is a musical ensemble consisting of fifes and drums. In the United States of America, fife and drum corps specializing in colonial period impressions using fifes (a small, high-pitched, flute-like instrument is similar Da Vinci Art Alliance (DVAA) hosts “Nor Wind Nor Water,” a juried to the piccolo), rope tension snare drums, and (sometimes) bass drums. group exhibition in both Gallery 1 and Gallery 2 of works selected Many of these ensembles originated from a type of military field music. for exhibition from both Artists in Puerto Rico and Philadelphia, to On Saturday, August 17, join the The Museum of the American Revoluhighlight those still affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria. The tion for a contemporary interpretation on a fife and drum performance exhibit runs August 21 - September 1, with a Public Opening featuring an ensemble of 5 flutists, a tuba player, and 3 percussionists. Reception on August 21, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at DVAA, 704 Catharine This concert will explore the historic military roots of this music, while St., Philadelphia, PA 19147. Nearly two years since the catastrophe also observing the African and Afro Caribbean elements that continued of hurricane Maria, the island of Puerto Rico continues the ongoto develop into the 20th century. Presenting music by historic, Philaing process of recovery. This exhibition will feature artworks that delphia music pioneer, Francis Johnson, an interpretation of Yankee address the ongoing struggles of Puertorriqueño (Puerto Ricans) Doodle Dandy, and other compositions, all with a focus on entertainto rebuild physically, emotionally, and economically. The challenges ment, engagement and where possible, dance-ability. This performance faced by the Puertorriqueño diaspora are not theirs alone, nor will be free and open to the public on the Museum’s outdoor plaza. In the should the process of healing. Shown is “Carried over (Blue Tarp event of inclement weather, performances will be moved inside the no.01),” by Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Digital impression/ C-print. Museum and will be included with Museum Admission. Performances at 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. at The Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106. The Museum of the American Revolution a separate ticket for admission. Guests are encouraged to visit www.Caribis a Philadelphia museum dedicated to telling the story of the American beanConcerts.com or call 718-926-5975 for tickets and info. For info, Revolution. For full event calendar visit: www.philajazzproject.org. guests can call 732-928-2000 or visit www.sixflags.com/greatadventure.

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Suzanne Cloud at Jamey’s House of Music

Sunday: League of Women Voters features the current Garret Hill zoning issue. Monday: Gun Safety activist Gale Morrison talks prevention on Have Your Say. Tuesday: True Stories features local Divorce Coach Sheila Brennan. Wednesday: Wolf Performing Arts Center showcases their Summer Theater Program for youth. Thursday: Real Body Talk’s Jennifer Kreatsoulas discusses multi-racial identity with author Daralyse Lyons. Friday: Faces of the Main Line welcomes Philadelphia Orchestra President/CEO Matias Tarnopolsky. Saturday: Community Voices features 2019 Radnor Township School Board candidates. Watch Channel 21 on Comcast & Verizon in Radnor & Lower Merion. For info, visit www.rs21.org or call 610-897-1651.

Appearing at Jamey’s House of Music, 32 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, PA, for one night on August 23, 2019, will be jazz singer-songwriter Suzanne Cloud, guitarist/composer Tom Glenn, and bassist/composer Tyrone Brown. Showtime: 8 p.m. Tickets: $15. For information: 215-4779985. Visit http://suzanne.cloud.

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The summer draws to a close with a holiday weekend full of fun and thrills at Six Flags Great Adventure August 31 through September 2. Coasters, sweet treats, exotic animals and live shows are a great way to say farewell to summer. Memberships and Season Passes are the best way to continue the fun into the fall and winter seasons. For informaTheatre Organ Open Console tion, guests can call 732-928-2000 or visit www.sixflags.com/greatadvenEver wanted to play the 3/24 Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ? Now you can! ture. Everyone from first-timers, amateurs and professionals will have a chance 4th Annual Immaculata University to bring the mighty Wurlitzer to life during The Colonial Theatre’s open console event hosted by the Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Golf Invitational Valley. Attendees will also have an opportunity to enter the pipe chamImmaculata University is holding its 44th annual golf invitational on bers to see the inner workings of the organ. Plus, there will be a demonTuesday, October 8, 2019. The invitational will take place at Applestration of how the organ is capable of storing, within its memory, music brook Golf Club in Malvern, PA, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. To register that was played by world-renowned organists in the past. Come enjoy for the invitational, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/immaculata-unisome wonderful music and meet other fans of this unique art form. Join versity-44th-annual-golf-invitational-registration-58290124331. anytime between 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. for this free event, Saturday, August Registration to the event includes breakfast, lunch, and a day of golfing, 17, 2019. For information visit www.TOSDV.org; email tosdvinfo@verithat utilizes a best-ball format. Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and a shotzon.net; or call 215-780-0831. There is plenty of parking near The Colonial gun start at 10 a.m. Lunch will be served after golfing. Non-golfers are Theatre, 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460. welcome to join for breakfast and lunch. There will be several contests as well as the opportunity to purchase mulligans and 50-50 raffle tickets. Caribbean Concert Featuring All proceeds from the invitational support the Immaculata Fund, which Machel Montano and Friends provides scholarships and financial aid for Immaculata’s students. For In celebration of the 14th annual Caribbean concert, Six Flags Great information, contact Mary Ravenfeld at maryravenfeld@immaculata.edu Adventure will host Machel Montano, Aidonia, Elephant Man, Nadia Batson, or at 484-323-3924. Skiiny Fabulous, Teddyson Johnson and more in concert August 18. Thanks for Reading City Suburban News Every Week! The show will take place in the Northern Star Arena at 6 p.m. and requires

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B I L LY T H E B A A A D LY B E H AV I N G B U L LY G O AT : THE MUSICAL SEPTEMBER 7-22 Fun and Interactive Children’s Programming at The Philadelphia Fringe Festival young bully goat and a wise old goat with magic dust take to the stage in the children’s show Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat: The Musical as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, September 7-22 at Nest (1301 Locust Street, Philadelphia). A featured production of the Fringe Festival’s expanded programming for children and families, performances of Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat: The Musical are Saturday, September 7; Sunday, September 8; Saturday, September 14; Sunday, September 15; Saturday, September 21; and Sunday, September 22, all at 11 a.m. With a book, script, and lyrics by Staci Schwartz and music composed by Liz Filios, Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat: The Musical is directed by Ben Smallen, with musical direction by Michael Borton, and features the ensemble cast of Madison Claus, Mitchell Hansen, Samantha Ricchiuti, Billy Sander, Paul Harrold, and Lauryn Morgan Thomas. Tickets at $8 for kids and $12 for adults are available at https://fringearts.com/event/billy-thebaaadly-behaving-bully-goat-the-musical/. In Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat: The Musical, Billy the Bully Goat’s parents and teachers are at their wits’ end! No matter what they do, they cannot get Billy to stop picking on the other children in his class. Luckily, the Wise Old Goat, a certified goat therapist, has a brilliant plan to stop Billy’s bad behavior. Kids aged 4-9 (and their parents and families) will laugh at Billy’s antics, sing along with engaging, snappy tunes, and interact with the characters—all while learning how to treat their friends with kindness and respect. “In these days of divisive and unkind behavior among adults, it is even more important than ever for young children to learn to be empathetic and to respect others who are different from them,” said creator Staci Schwartz. “This musical provides a fun way to teach kids to make good choices, to think about how their words and actions affect others, and to stick up for themselves and their friends.” Staci Schwartz (Book, Script, and Lyrics) is a physician, author, and educational consultant for children’s bullying prevention. For the past 15 years she has performed interactive readings and bully prevention workshops for children in grade K-4 in elementary schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey

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and Delaware. She has also facilitated workshops for educators about teaching empathy and resilience in the classroom, and workshops for parents about guiding kids to form positive friendships and avoid bullying. Liz Filios (Music) is a Philly-based actor, musician, teaching artist and sound designer. Her musical compositions include soundtracks for The Winter’s Tale (Folger Theatre, DC), The Ice Princess (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), The Sunny Side Up Show (PBSKids’ Sprout) and An Iliad (Lantern Theatre). Filios teaches at local elementary schools with Arden For All and at the Pennsylvania Theatre Institute at West Chester University. Acting credits include The Tempest (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Candide (Arden Theatre), Red Velvet (Lantern Theatre), Midsummer (Inis Nua), The Merchant of Venice (DelShakes), Into The Woods (Theatre Horizon) and Kit ’N Kate (the animated series). Ben Smallen (Director) appeared in last year’s Philadelphia Fringe Festival and has also worked at Philadelphia Theatre Company, Arden Theatre Company, Delaware Theatre Company, 1812 Productions, Act 2 Playhouse and Montgomery Theatre. The founding artistic director of REAL Immersive, dedicated to incubating original immersive and experiential works in Philadelphia, he is the current Board Chair and founding member of Directors Gathering. Michael Borton (Music Director) is a local performer, composer, music director and educator. He has performed on stage with the Walnut Street Theatre, Ardren Theatre, Theatre Horizon, 11th Hour Theatre, Opera Delaware, Central City Opera and other local and national companies. As a pianist, he has performed with Video Games Live – Lost Worlds and Evanescene – Synthesis Tour. He co-wrote and composed Berenstain Bear LIVE – Family Matters, which ran off-Broadway and is currently on national tour. He is the music director at Waldron Mercy Academy where he also explores his creative geek side by developing and coordinating their STEM program. This fall, he begins stage directing and choral conducting for Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School. For information, contact 215-313-1575.

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Old Academy Players Presents Its 2019-2020 Season ast Falls’ historic Old Academy Players, where Grace Kelly and Robert Prosky made their stage debuts celebrates its 97th season by presenting a diversified mix of award-winning comedies and dramas. Old Academy Players has a show for every palate, seasoned to perfection and bound to entertain the audience! Loretta Lucy Miller directs PURLIE VICTORIOUS (1961), a thought-provoking satirical dramedy about what happens in 1960 when a Southern plantation owner is upended by desegregation laws and the man named, Purlie, who holds him accountable. The play was written by Ossie Davis, American film, television and Broadway actor, director, playwright, and civil rights activist. Davis and his wife, Ruby Dee, starred in PURLIE VICTORIOUS on Broadway and in the 1963 film, “Gone Are the Days!” based on the play. In 1970 the play was adapted into the Tony-Award nominated musical, PURLIE. Thus, begins the exciting season opening September 13 29, 2019. The absurdist, existential tragicomedy ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDERSTERN ARE DEAD (1967) by Tom Stoppard won the 1968 Tony Award for Best Play. Acclaimed as a modern dramatic masterpiece, it is the fabulously inventive tale of Hamlet as told from the worm’s-eye view of the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters in Shakespeare’s play. Directed by Sarah Labov, the play runs November 1 - 17, 2019. A nominee for the 1964 Tony Award for Best Play the romantic comedy BAREFOOT IN THE PARK (1963) is a stage play (later made into a movie) by Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright Neil Simon. NYC newlyweds, lawyer Paul and his free-spirited wife Corie, play matchmaker between Corie’s mother and their neighbor-in-the-attic, Mr. Velasco, during a dinner where everything that can go wrong, does. Directed by Jane Jennings, the play runs January 10 - 26, 2020. Nancy Ridgeway directs BURIED CHILD (1978), a drama written by Sam Shepard American actor, playwright, author, screenwriter, and director. It takes a macabre look at one

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American Midwestern family with a very dark secret. The award-winning play (1979 Pulitzer Prize for Drama) runs February 28 - March 7, 2020. American playwright, screenwriter, director, and actor Stephen Adly Guirgis’s comedy OUR LADY OF 121ST STREET (2003) ran originally in an Off-Broadway production by the LAByrinth Theater at Center Stage/NY and received 10 best plays of 2003; Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Best Play nominations. After the death of the beloved Sister Rose, a group of her former students return to their Harlem neighborhood to pay respects. But at the funeral home, there’s a problem: her dead body has been stolen. Directed by Leigh Jacobs, the play runs April 17 - May 3, 2020. Annie Hnatko directs the musical COMPANY (1970) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth was nominated for a record-setting fourteen Tony Awards and won six. The musical shares Sondheim’s focus on friends, relationships, marriage, and “Being Alive.” The musical runs June 5 - 21, 2020. For two weekends in July 2020 Old Academy will present its special one-act festival – the annual SUMMER ONE-ACT BONANZA – featuring lots of comedy, new works, new directors and plenty of laughs! Please note: this production is not included in the regular season ticket package. Subscribe to Old Academy Players’ Season and see six great shows for one low price of $85 – a savings of $40. Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Individual tickets can be purchased online at www.OldAcademyPlayers.org. Ticket prices for plays are: $20 for adults and $10 for students with valid ID. Ticket prices for musicals are: $25 for adults and $15 for students. Old Academy welcomes groups! If you have 15 or more in your party, you can take advantage of group discount pricing. Parking for all performances is free. For info and tickets, call 215-843-1109 or visit the theatre’s website to purchase your tickets online at www.OldAcademyPlayers.org.

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DeLissio 87th Town Hall: Fair and Free Elections tate Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila., will host her 87th Town Hall Meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 22 at Lower Merion Synagogue, 123 Old Lancaster Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. The topic of discussion is the Convention of States Project, which is a national effort to call a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution. Among the goals of this project are limiting the federal government’s power and jurisdiction, proposing amendments that will impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, and imposing term limits on its officials and members of Congress. The guest presenters for the evening are John Poole, director of PA United to Amend, who will speak in favor of holding this proposed convention, and Micah C. T. Sims, executive director of Common Cause Pennsylvania, who will share the viewpoint of why it is not a good idea to proceed with such a convention. “Whether you are in favor of or oppose the goals of the Convention of States Project, it’s worth hearing and participating in the discussion,” said DeLissio, who represents the 194th Legislative District in Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. “We hope this month’s Town Hall conversation gives new perspective to those either unfamiliar with the project or those whose stances are unwavering. “During my time in office, I have found more and more citizens getting involved in advocacy, particularly grass roots advocacy, with a desire to better understand how the process works and how best they can advocate for change that ensures that citizens’ voices will be heard by elected officials and not just those voices of special interests determined to influence policy outcomes with excessive sums of money.” Folks from all parts of the 194th Legislative District are welcome. “It is always refreshing to see new and familiar faces at my town halls,” DeLissio added. Plenty of free parking is available. Take bus route 44 for public transportation. More information can be obtained by calling DeLissio’s office at 215-482-8726, or visiting www.pahouse.com/DeLissio.

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Pete Hoover, president of Hoover Financial Advisors was selected by Forbes as one of the best wealth advisors in Pennsylvania, this past February. the FT that provides business intelligence on the asset management industry. HFA was selected for the FT 300 last year and in 2016, as well. Pre-screened RIA firms were invited to apply for consideration, based on their assets under management (AUM). Applicants that applied were then graded on six criteria: AUM; AUM growth rate; years in existence; advanced industry credentials of the firm’s advisors; online accessibility; and compliance records. Neither the RIA firms nor their employees pay a fee to the Financial Times in exchange for inclusion in the FT 300. Earlier this year, HFA was ranked by Advisory HQ as one of the eight Top Best Financial Advisors in Philadelphia. In February, Pete Hoover, president of HFA, was selected by Forbes as one of the best wealth advisors in Pennsylvania. Of the 123 advisors named by Forbes, his ranking is 31, which places him in the top quarter. Advisors are chosen by SHOOK Research, a worldwide wealth advisor research firm. HFA, which is headquartered on Moores Road in Malvern, was launched in 2005 by Pete Hoover, who has been an independent financial advisor for more than 35 years. Since its inception, HFA has quadrupled in size and currently manages more than $775 million in client assets. In 2017, HFA merged with Villanova Financial Services. In addition to financial advisors, staff members include certified financial planners, investment analysts, insurance and tax specialists, attorneys, a certified portfolio manager, and an information services manager. In 2012, HFA was selected as Small Business of the Year by Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry. For information, visit https://hfaplanning.com or call 610-651-2777.

3rd Annual Signature Golf Classic The National Museum of American Jewish History’s 3rd Annual Signature Golf Classic, on September 16, 2019 at White Manor Country Club in Malvern, PA. Grab a team of 4 and enjoy a day on the links...and then some! In addition to playing 18 holes, golfers can compete to see who has the longest drive, putt, shot closest to the pin, and more. This year’s event also features a BBQ cookout lunch and a post-golf reception with an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and prize ceremony. Signing up as a single golfer? No problem! You will be placed in a group for your convenience. All are welcome, golfers and guests alike. For information, visit www.nmajh.org/golf.

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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 • Independence National Historical Park, 2nd, and 6th Streets in Philadelphia, is the venue for Opera Philadelphia’s free presentation of La bohème, Saturday, September 14, at 7 p.m. Opera lovers who missed its return at the Academy of Music, or can’t wait Enjoy Opera Philadelphia’s free presentation of “La bohème” Saturday, September 14, at 7 p.m. at Independence National Historical Park. Opera Philadelphia’s “La bohème” stars Vanessa Vasquez as Mimì and Evan LeRoy Johnson as Rodolfo. Photo/Steven Pisano to see it again, will have one more chance to see this beloved masterpiece. Opera on the Mall has brought free opera to more than 30,000 Philadelphians since its inception in 2011. For tickets, available to the public starting on Wednesday, August 14, at 10 a.m., visit www.operaonthemall.org. • The Forrest Theatre, 1114 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, presents Hamilton, August 27 - November 17, 2019, the story of America’s Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies, who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, this is the story of America then, as told by America now. The only official website for purchasing tickets at the Forrest Theatre is Telecharge. Visit http://www.forrest-theatre.com/hamilton.html for details. • The Drake Theater, 302 South Hicks Street in Philadelphia, with CHILDHOODSLOST Entertainment Group #CHL, presents, Ti-Ti’s Big Race the Stage Play, August 15 & 16, 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., an excellent resource to get the community engaged in creative and critically important dialogue with our youth about bullying. For tickets (Youth $17 with a pizza party included; Adult $22) or info, call Kaliek Hayes, 484-300-5468 or visit www.eventbrite.com/e/ti-tis-big-race-the-stageplay-tickets-61792761814. Dining Around • Chaddsford Winery, 632 Baltimore Pike in Chadds Ford, PA, presents a Summer Food Truck Throw Down, Saturday, August 17 from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday, August 18 from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Explore a wide-variety of food truck fare, sip locally-produced wine, and enjoy live music. Free Admission. All wine and food purchases are pay-as-you-go. Each visitor will receive one ticket to vote for their favorite truck, and the winner announced at the end of each day. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a wine tasting experience—choose between a Traditional Tasting ($12) or a Wine Flight ($12-16). For details, visit www.chaddsford.com/pages/summer-food-truck-throw-down-2019. • Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street in Philadelphia, presents Chef Jose Garces & Chef John Mooney, offering their first ever CBD Dinner in Volver restaurant, Wednesday, August 14, at 6 p.m. The chefs will present a five-course tasting menu with CBD infused dishes. CBD (short for Cannabidiol), is an herbal supplement extracted from the cannabis plant (hemp). Users sing its praises for relief from ailments including stress, anxiety, headaches and joint pain. In the past few years, popular food and drink brands, along with bars and restaurants in cities across the U.S., have begun testing CBD recipes or spiking their existing goods. Dinner is limited to 25 people. For reservations or information, visit www.kimmelcenter.org/plan-your-visit/dining/summer-pop-up-series/cbd-dinner. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

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The Morgan Log House, in Lansdale, will be hosting a History Happy Hour on Friday, August 16, at 7 p.m. Enjoy an evening of fun and history at Morgan Log House’s new History Happy Hours! Each History Happy Hour will present a look at something related to the site’s temporary exhibit, “Leeches, Purging, and Magic: The Care and Healing of the Colonial Body.” On Friday, August 16, at 7 p.m. explore “Magic and Folk Cures in Colonial Medicine.” Admission includes a fun history talk, activities, adult refreshments, treats, and a chance to explore the exhibit “Leeches, Purging, and Magic: the Care and Healing of the Colonial Body.” Tickets are $10 per evening. Limited quantity. They are available at www.morganloghouse.org/history-happy-hours/.

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“Fire and Rain” – An Evening of James Taylor Featuring Dave Binder Join Temple Sholom in Broomall on Saturday, August 17 at 7:30 p.m. for a nostalgic sojourn through 20 years of James Taylor’s most memorable music performed by Dave Binder. A note-for-note tribute singer, Dave Binder has been honoring Taylor for over 36 years by touring clubs and colleges with his show Fire and Rain. For which, he was a Campus Entertainer of the Year nominee for ten years running. Binder performs Taylor’s most memorable songs including Fire and Rain, Shower the People, Country Road and You’ve Got a Friend. Enjoy an evening of entertainment as Dave Binder delights audience members with his tribute to this iconic musician. Tickets are $20 per person. Includes wine and cheese reception. All proceeds benefit JFCS and Temple Sholom Financial Assistance. Temple Sholom is located at 55 N. Church Lane, Broomall, PA 19008. Preregister at https://temple-sholom.org/james-taylor-concert/ or by calling 610-356-5165.

The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, presented in association with the Baltimore Avenue Business Association (BABA), will return on September 12 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. During this unique event, University City’s Baltimore Avenue between 43rd and 52nd Streets showcases its charm with $1 bargains from neighborhood favorites. Grab everything from bites from signature restaurants to pet supplies to theater tickets and much more. Visit www.universitycity.org/events/dollarstroll for details. Find Great Upcoming Events Every Week!

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For DCYO, openings remain for Viola, French Horn, Trombone, and Double Bass. For YMO, openings remain for all strings (especially Viola and Double Bass), Bassoon, French Horn, Trombone, and Percussion. Visit the Auditions page at www.dcyo.org to submit an audition request.


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The first day of the event will showcase important Philadelphia landmarks ranging from the Liberty Bell and Ben Franklin’s grave to Boat House Row and historic Head House Square. The full route includes stops at: Independence Seaport Museum/Delaware River, Christ Church, Betsy Ross House, Ben Franklin’s Grave, Ben Franklin’s Printing House, The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Declaration House, Chinatown Friendship Arch, City Hall, Love Park, Museum Row, Rocky Statue and Steps, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Schuylkill River Trail, Boat Houses, Fairmount Water Works, Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania campus, Rittenhouse Square, Washington Square, Society Hill, Head House Square. “There are so many people coming on our walk who don’t know the city of Philadelphia,” says Nyad. “We’re proud that we have the opportunity to highlight this glorious American city.” Those interested in registering for the Liberty Walk can do so via this link. Half Trippers or Day Trippers may register at a rate of $75-100 per day, including lunch and a fireside chat, where the EverWalkers will share tales from the day’s journey and from their life experiences. Many EverWalk veterans report the fireside chats to be the jewel moments of the journey. This is the fourth EPIC EverWalk. Others have covered the Pacific Northwest, Southern California, and New England. For more info about EverWalk, visit https://everwalk.com.

ason Kaplan, DO, clinical assistant professor, cardiology, has been named the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (PCOM) Innovative Teacher of the Year for 2019. Now in its fifth year, the award honors educators who exhibit original and creative thinking. Dr. Kaplan serves as the online preceptor of clinical cardiology, leading interactive learning activities for students during their cardiology clerkships. His clerkship is a blended format, which allows students to learn from patients in a live setting while completing online requirements. This ensures that each student’s educational experience is comparable regardless of training site assignment.

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Dr. Kaplan’s program has been facilitated across more than 10 training sites, combining pre-recorded lectures, library resources, interactive echocardiogram exercises, discussion boards, online assignments, computer-based games and simulations, and quizzes. “There isn’t a lot of this type of blended learning in the field of cardiology. Most students learn cardiology from classroom lectures and rounds,” said Dr. Kaplan. “This format is a supplement, allowing them to access a wealth of educational resources and lectures right at their fingertips, in real-time. And, they have access to these materials for years; it can even help them while they study for their boards.” Erik Langenau, DO, MS, chief academic technology officer and chair of the nominating committee, said that what separated Dr. Kaplan from other online preceptors was the volume of available online interactive resources provided to students. “Dr. Kaplan’s collaboration with course director Bruce Kornberg, DO, professor and chair, cardiology, on this project serves as a great model, one which ensures a student is accountable for learning and leverages technology for active and deeper Volunteers Needed at Senior Center Become a part of an active network that supports and sustains each other. learning,” he said. Dr. Kaplan noted that students have been very receptive of the online component, and that many have said it’s been helpNew Horizons Senior Center in Narberth is seeking volunteers for variful for them, particularly while in the field. He credited Dr. Kornberg and Dr. Langenau, as well as Michael Becker, DO, ous positions! The organization is looking for leaders for Walking Club, Arts & Crafts, History, Cooking, Music, Science and any other topic that assistant dean of clerkship education, and Pat Lannutti, DO, co-vice chair and professor, internal medicine, for their supmay be your specialty! New Horizons is also seeking general program port and success of the blended learning model. “I’m incredibly lucky to have people around me who support me in this way,” he said. helpers to help with promotion, grocery shopping, and project-based needs. Nominations for the Innovative Teacher of the Year award are submitted by fellow faculty and staff. Nominees are selectInterested volunteers can inquire via email: Judy.NHSC@gmail.com. ed for their use of creative student engagement which may include clinical reasoning, simulation, hands-on learning, roleplay, positive reinforcement and technology. Using a scoring rubric to help in the selection process, the committee evaluates innovation by the degree to which the innovation varied from standard teaching methods; the level of active engageFind Great Upcoming Events Every Week in ment for the learners; and sustainability of the teaching method. City Suburban News! “Congratulations to Dr. Kaplan for his dedication to learning, creativity, and willingness to innovate,” said Dr. Langenau.

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babysitting is offered for those who are too young to enjoy the show quietly. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located in Drexel Hill, at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, minutes from the Main Line and Center City. Parking is free. Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Jr. follows eccentric candy manufacturer Willy Wonka as he stages a contest by hiding golden tickets in five of his delectable candy bars. The finders of these lucky tickets win a free tour of the Wonka factory, as well as a lifetime supply of candy. Four of the five winning children are insufferable brats, but the fifth is a likeable young lad named Charlie Bucket, who takes the tour in the company of his equally amiable grandfather. The children must learn to follow Mr. Wonka’s rules in the factory—or suffer the consequences. The show features songs from the classic movie such as “The Candy Man” and “Pure Imagination.” Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Jr. features a cast of at least 60 young people from throughout the Philadelphia region including Havertown’s Jack O’Leary of Havertown as Willy Wonka, Quinn McGahey of Drexel Hill as Charlie Bucket and Sarah McGrath of Drexel Hill as the precocious Violet Beauregard. Summer Stage alumnus Mimi Warnick of Ardmore directs the production. “This is a show the whole family can share together. We are emphasizing the quirkiness of Roald Dahl’s imagination seen in the more recent film, but also really showcasing the original factory. While honoring the original story, we are also layering in never before seen technical and special effect moments!” The production is sponsored by Maureen Ingelsby of Keller Williams Real Estate. Summer Stage offers programs for students as young as 10 and up to age 28. Upper Darby Summer Stage is not only a great place to see a spectacular show, but also a great place for students to grow as artists and as young people! Visit www.udpac.org for information. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center and Upper Darby Summer Stage are jointly sponsored by the Upper Darby Township Mayor and Council and the Upper Darby School District Board of School Directors through the Department of Recreation and Leisure Services.

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elaware Theatre Company presents the farcical, threeactor adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles by Steven Canny and John Nicholson. The play turns Sherlock Holmes’ greatest mystery into a performance filled with non-stop laughter. Join the hunt September 11 - 29, 2019. Tickets are on sale now starting at $29 and can be purchased online at www.DelawareTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at 302594-1100. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most beloved Sherlock Holmes story gets a makeover in an exhilarating collision of slapstick, absurdity, and silliness. Zany and fast-paced, The Hound of the Baskervilles offers farcical surprises and brilliant theatrical invention performed by a trio of endearing clowns and klutzes. Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson for three actors, this barkingly hilarious spoof leaves audiences dying from laughter. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson are summoned to The Moors of Devonshire when Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead with a large footprint nearby. Rumors of the curse of the Baskerville family suggest that a hound is haunting Baskerville Hall, hunting all of the family members. Holmes and Watson must work like dogs to solve the case and save the life of Sir Henry Baskerville. Director Matt Pfeiffer says, “This version of the story is different than any other version; it is pure theatre. The premise of the play is that three actors perform it with limited resources.

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An ansd –roA &C +,4 4 h08rou CITY with of L ttille9b adelp Janu re. str ituali l 14children and will be held in the DiGeorge Auditorium tion month, the Child Protection Program at St. Christopher’s therapist; Andre occupeationa TH RE 08E/ 5+ti,7ty T istory 17,at20 o do Apr li Phil ing IN U n ir m Jun ,< will also celebrate its 10 year anniversary during the conSt. Christopher’s, located at 3601 A Street in Philadelphia. Austin H o T is – en h sp L studenJun e 11Young , GTSS 8is5h- Id odern 04404. t; Ken aim n h na of open Swart le CU ,4 d e R ndo ” o f McDonald’s Owne blood, According to Maria McColgan, MD, Medical Director of the ference. At this time, an award ceremony will be held to recved our Jew of M ,. g an IS H Mik ot aba artage treet, lub o Ebers elo ss! Child Protection Program and Attending Physician at St. ognize Angelo P. Giardino, MD and his contribution to launchr-Operator; 8 ) ber n to l it Ronal EW Healthy CITY SUBURBAN NEWS provides n ph C 1st S rs C gan , to b mis sen d McDoLiving 'Len 54+(> 95 nald, Chief Christopher’s, the goal of the conference is to present Child ing the Child Protection Program. mea t wil 2 GJ a cts h, is oons e Ei olnic ssions Josey of 1 e Playe /Me id it Wha dren? spe wit k se everyness month! the second and fourth weeks of Happi %0= 7:(7> Joyc len Sc n macar treat, T INay Officer, Abuse Prevention as a public health issue and to explore See Child Abuse Prevention Conference on page 10 to il By ? 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released two acclaimed albums of their own, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams and Contraband Love, and have played to adoring audiences in area venues ranging from The ArdHeadlining the HMF Street Stage, located on Darby Road near Campbell Ave., will be The Ryan Montbleau Band, led by its namesake, a Massachusetts-based singersongwriter-guitarist and Villanova University alumnus. Photo/Jon Higgins

The Brandywine Conservancy’s annual Bike the Brandywine event returns for its fourth year on September 28, 2019, with four bike routes that explore the beautiful Brandywine Creek Greenway and surrounding countryside. Photo/courtesy www.brandywine.org he Brandywine Conservancy’s annual Bike the Brandywine event returns for its fourth year on September 28, 2019, with four bike routes – including a new metric century option (100 kilometers/62 miles) – that explore the beautiful Brandywine Creek Greenway and surrounding countryside. Riders can choose from distances of 25-, 45-, 62- and 80-mile routes—each with unique and thrilling experiences for both the recreational or more avid seasoned cyclist. Proceeds from the ride benefit the clean water programs of the Brandywine Conservancy, which has been dedicated to helping preserve water quality and quantity in the region for over 50 years. For the complete Bike the Brandywine experience, riders on the 80-mile loop will travel along both the East and West Branches of the historic and scenic Brandywine. Beginning in Chadds Ford, the route travels all the way to the headwaters of the river in Honey Brook Township. Along the way riders will experience iconic Western Chester County vistas and stunning views of rural landscapes, rich history and active farmland—much of which the Brandywine Conservancy has helped permanently protect and conserve for future generations. New this year, the metric century route follows along the West Branch of the river and journeys 62 miles through scenes of bucolic countryside and historic sites. After departing from Chadds Ford, riders will travel to the Conservancy’s Laurels Preserve and through the magnificent King Ranch area in Unionville before winding their way through Modena and the historic village of Marshallton. For a similar ride – with less mileage – the 45-mile route closely follows along to the metric century journey. Those looking for a more recreational option can join the 25-mile ride along the Brandywine Creek Greenway. The 25-mile loop closely mirrors the early routes of the other rides, following the West Branch of the Brandywine River through open farmland, scenic river valleys and equestrian landscapes. Each loop starts and ends at the Chadds Ford Historical Society, 1736 N. Creek Road, Chadds Ford, PA. Well provisioned rest stops are available every 10-20 miles, depending on the route. Cyclists of legal drinking age will be entitled to one free pint of Victory beer at the ride’s conclusion. A post-ride celebration at the Chadds Ford Historical Society includes free lunch for all riders. The event takes place rain or shine on September 28, 2019, from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Advance registration is $50 per rider, but the fee will increase closer to the date of the event. To register, visit www.bikethebrandywine.org. Bike the Brandywine is generously sponsored by the William Penn Foundation, Victory Brewing Company, Chadds Ford Historical Society, Main Line Health Fitness & Wellness Center, Trek Bicycle, Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce, For Fox Sake and The Whip Tavern, and Willowdale Town Center.

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more Music Hall to The Philadelphia Folk Festival. HMF 2019 looks forward to welcoming them and their outstanding band to the Field Stage, behind the Oakmont School Building. Teddy Thompson will precede Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams on the Field Stage. Called “one of the most gifted singer-songwriters of his generation” by The New York Times, Teddy Thompson is a native Englishman and son of esteemed British folk-rock artists Richard and Linda Thompson. Since relocating to the United States, Teddy has successfully pursued his own distinctive and distinguished musical career, which includes several well-received solo albums and, most recently, Little Windows, a collaboration with Kelli Jones. He has also produced Thompson, an album featuring various members of his musical family, two LPs for mother Linda, and Not Dark Yet, a critically acclaimed collaboration between sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer. Headlining the HMF Street Stage, located on Darby Road near Campbell Ave., will be The Ryan Montbleau Band, led by its namesake, a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter-guitarist and Villanova University alumnus. Ryan Montbleau’s soulful mix of rock, folk, R&B, Americana, and funk has drawn comparisons to John Mayer and Martin Sexton. A fixture in the Boston music scene since graduating from ‘Nova, Montbleau honed his skills at coffee shops, folk venues, clubs, and even the Boston House of Blues. The Ryan Montbleau Band released its debut album, One Fine Color, in 2006. Since then, Montbleau has released several additional band and solo albums, most recently the live Woodstock Sessions. Preceding The Ryan Montbleau Band on the Street Stage will be singer-songwriter Amy Rigby. Rigby first surfaced during the early 1980s as a member of the New York City-based cow-punk outfit the Last Roundup, later earning cult success with the postmodern girl group the Shams. She made her solo debut in 1996 with Diary of a Mod Housewife, a record widely acclaimed for its vivid portraits of life as a thirtysomething single mother and its smart assimilation of pop, country, and folk sounds. Since then, Amy has made several more critically acclaimed records, including three with her husband, British singer-songwriter Wreckless Eric (who will accompany her on bass at the Haverford Music Festival), and 2018’s brilliant The Old Guys, her first solo album in 13 See singer-songwriter Amy Rigby perform on the Street Stage at the 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival on Saturday, September 7. years. The challenge of balancing art with real life is one of the themes that define Rigby’s work as a songwriter, and those struggles are the basis of her new book, GIRL TO CITY: A Memoir, which will be released in October. The 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival is also proud to be presenting more than 25 additional performers, representing a wide range of musical genres, (e.g., Jazz, Rock, Pop, Children’s, Folk, Classical, Blues and Country – something to please everyone). Some will appear on either the Field Stage, Street Stage, the smaller Eagle Road Stage in front of the Oakmont Administration Building (hosted by Haverford High School radio station WHHS 107.9 FM), or within the intimate indoor, coffeehouse atmosphere of The Rock, at 19 East Eagle Road, in the heart of the Oakmont shopping district. Joining ACME Markets as sponsors of the 9th Annual Haverford Music Festival are iRadioPhilly, Comcast/Xfinity, The Pennsylvania Lottery, Adam Mechanical, Nolan Painting, the Haverford YMCA and many more organizations. “The festival is a lot of fun to put on, but we rely on help from volunteers for a few hours here or there throughout the day in order for it to succeed,” says festival chairman Ernesto Betancourt. “Anyone interested in volunteering will find a choice of options, such stage and booth set up, take down, clean-up or band hospitality at haverfordmusicfestival.org/volunteer/. Your help is greatly needed and will be greatly appreciated!” The web site also includes pictures and videos from previous years and provides registration forms for sponsors, at haverfordmusicfestival.org/sponsors/ as well as vendors, at haverfordmusicfestival.org/vendors/. For information, businesses and organizations interested in being 2019 sponsors or vendors can also contact the sponsorship director, Cindi Rooney, at 610-996-0841 or whinerdiner@gmail.com. “We are reaching out to local businesses to participate as sponsors, vendors or to simply make a donation to help make the music festival a success,” says Mr. Betancourt. “Among the thousands of attendees will be your neighbors as well as music lovers from across the Main Line, wide-eyed with excitement and ready to absorb all that Haverford Township and the Festival marketplace have to offer. It’s a terrific opportunity to expose your business to thousands of new customers, and to demonstrate your support of our community. “We’re so grateful to all of the wonderful musicians, volunteers, sponsors and vendors who made our first eight festivals such great successes,” concludes Mr. Betancourt. “Each year, the Haverford Music Festival Committee looks to improve the festival, and anticipation is high that our 9th Annual Festival will be the finest one yet! As always, our top priority is to provide a fun and entertaining day for the entire family to end their summer memorably.”

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Rowan University Art Gallery Presents “Mending a Reflection” Solo Exhibition of Julie Heffernan’s Self-Portraits September 3 to October 26, 2019 owan University Art Gallery presents “Mending a Reflection,” a solo exhibition of Julie Heffernan’s self-portraits, curated by Mary Salvante, Director of Rowan University Art Gallery. The exhibit will be on view September 3 to October 26, 2019, with an

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See “Self-Portrait with Daughters” © Julie Heffernan 2018 in “Mending a Reflection,” a solo exhibition of Julie Heffernan’s self-portraits at Rowan University Art Gallery on view September 3 to October 26, 2019, with an opening reception on September 12, from 5 - 7:30 p.m. opening reception on September 12, from 5 - 7:30 p.m. “Mending a Reflection” addresses the connection between culture, mass media and personal identity through the eyes of one central female figure. Through ten self-portraits, Heffernan investigates what she calls the “shared collective unconscious,” exploring the historical narratives and subliminal imagery that work to shape who we are and how we perceive the world around us. Heffernan’s paintings help us understand how media can influence our behavior and manipulate our perspective. In her large-scale vibrant works, she pays homage to many powerful women by including them in her portraits. Taking inspiration from women activists like Anita Hill and Tarana Burke, Heffernan confronts this bias by presenting what she calls a “different sort of self-portrait,” one full of female spirit, “giving voices to women who have been silenced for too many years by the dominant culture.” Julie Heffernan has been exhibiting her paintings nationally and internationally since 1988 and is represented by Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco. She has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, including at PPOW in NYC entitled Hunter Gatherer (2019); the Crocker Art Museum, Palmer Art Museum and Michael Haas Gallery in Berlin; and a museum show entitled When The Water Rises originating at the LSU Museum of Art in Baton Rouge and traveling to museums in California, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Texas through 2019. She has participated in numerous group shows at major galleries and museums including the Museum für Moderne Kunst, in Bremen, Germany; Me Museum, Olbricht Collection in Berlin; the Palazzo Reale in Milan, Italy; and in Environmental Impact exhibition traveling to 12 museums throughout the United States. Heffernan is the recipient of such prestigious grants as the NEA, NYFA and Fulbright, as well as a PS1 Artist-in-Residence, and her work has been reviewed by major newspapers and magazines including The New York Times and The New Yorker. Her work is in numerous museums throughout the country including the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York and the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond, VA. She is a Professor of Fine Arts at Montclair State University in New Jersey. Rowan University Art Gallery serves as a premier cultural destination for South Jersey, the Rowan community, and surrounding region. Support for programming at Rowan University Art Gallery is also made possible by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. For information, visit: https://sites.rowan.edu/artgallery/. RSVP to the Opening Reception: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/julie-heffernan-mendinga-reflection-artist-talk-opening-reception-tickets-65799671589. Rowan University Art Gallery is located at 301 High Street W., Glassboro, NJ 08028. Call 856256-4521. Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. Public parking is available in the Mick Drive Parking Garage across the street from the gallery. Admission to the gallery, lecture, and reception is free and open to the public.

Musical Summer Nights at the Shore The shore is alive with the sound of music this summer with the new series Off Boardwalk at The Showboat Hotel, running Friday nights only on July 5 - August 30. This summer cabaret series features an intoxicating mix of theater, cabaret and drag performances with two one-hour shows each Friday night at 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. The series includes The Bearded Ladies Cabaret with Guests (August 9, 16, 23 and 30). Tickets starting at $15 are available at www.off-boardwalkshowboat.com. For info, call 215-313-1575.

“Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago” Exhibit The Delaware Art Museum’s “Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago,” on view June 22 through September 8, 2019, presents 21st-century art by artists with roots in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Curaçao, Aruba, St. Maarten, St. Martin, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Trinidad, Jamaica, The Bahamas, Barbados, and St. Vincent. The exhibition was curated by Tatiana Flores and organized by the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, for the Getty Foundation’s PST: LA/LA initiative. The exhibition, which debuted at the Museum of Latin American Art in 2017, is part of a broader initiative funded by the Getty Foundation to explore the art of Latin Americans and Latinos in the United States. Visit www.delart.org for information and special events related to the exhibit.

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“Girl in the Garden: Paradise #1”, Archival pigment print, 2019, Copyright Amie Potsic 2019, is part of “Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise,” a solo exhibition featuring renowned photographer and installation artist Amie Potsic, opening September 14 and running through November 16 at HOT•BED and James Oliver Gallery. OT•BED and James Oliver Gallery, located at 723 Chestnut Street, Second Floor, Philadelphia, PA, present Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise, a solo exhibition featuring renowned photographer and installation artist Amie Potsic. With a focus on climate change and gender identity, the exhibition will include a new large-scale silk installation, photographic prints, and mixed media works. The exhibition begins on September 14 and runs through November 16. The opening reception and artist talk will be on Saturday, September 14 from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m., with the talk beginning at 7 p.m. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. or by appointment. RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/girl-in-the-garden-opening-reception-tickets-66921515053. Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise is a solo exhibition of new work by Amie Potsic addressing climate change through the complex viewpoints of girlhood, deforestation, and Magical Realism. With site-specific installations, photographs, and mixed media works, Potsic collaborates with Hot Bed, a unique fine art and horticulture gallery, to produce an incarnate exploration of female identity, the forested lifeblood of our planet, and the fate of humankind. After photographing her daughter in the lush forests of the northeastern United States, the artist traveled to Paradise, California and surrounding forests (located upwind from her extended family’s home) to photograph the complete devastation caused by the deadliest wildfire in the state’s history. Personal experience underscoring the urgency climate change, Potsic intertwines visions of girlhood in a magical environment with nature’s unprecedented destruction caused by wildfires. Harnessing the power of imagination, Potsic’s work is a call to action. Visitors will find shared resources for taking environmental action in their own lives, distinguishing this show from many fine art exhibitions on climate. From the artist’s perspective, the time for concern has given way to a time for swift and meaningful action. On Wednesday, September 11 from 1 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Potsic will be interviewed on Art Watch Radio, a local radio program and podcast highlighting exceptional art in the Philadelphia area. Potsic will discuss her solo exhibition and how her work contributes to the dialogues around climate change and gender identity. The show can be heard live on WCHE 1520 AM Radio and can be live streamed from their website at http://wche1520.com/project/art-watch/. Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST) will highlight HOT•BED on their guided studio tour and the exhibition will be open to the public on Saturday, October 12 from 12 p.m. - 6 p.m. The artist will be in attendance for a meet and greet. An art advisor with expertise in Legacy Planning, Potsic will also give a lecture on “Legacy Planning and Art Assets for Estate, Wealth, and Legal Professionals” on Tuesday, November 12 at 6 p.m. This lecture will shed light on issues around estate and legacy planning with art collections in order to serve clients’ needs and provide added value. Gaining a better understanding of how art creates emotional and financial value allows professionals to better achieve their clients’ financial and emotional goals through asset management and estate planning. TO RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/legacy-planning-and-art-assets-for-estate-wealthand-legal-professionals-tickets-67211247651. Amie Potsic, MFA is an accomplished photographer and installation artist living in the Philadelphia area whose work addresses cultural, personal, and natural phenomena through the lens of climate change and social responsibility. Potsic is currently the CEO and Principal of Amie Potsic Art Advisory, LLC providing visionary and advisory support to artists, collectors, businesses, and institutions with expertise in Legacy Planning and Fine Art Appraisals. She is also Chair of the Art in City Hall Artistic Advisory Board to the Office of Arts and Culture of the City of Philadelphia. HOT•BED and James Oliver Gallery, located at 723 Chestnut Street, Second Floor, Philadelphia, PA, present Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise, a solo exhibition featuring renowned photographer and installation artist Amie Potsic with a focus on climate change and gender identity. The exhibition begins on September 14 and runs through November 16. The exhibition will end with a Closing Reception on Saturday, November 16 from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. For information, contact Amie Potsic at amie@amiepotsicartadvisory.com or 610-731-6312 or Chelsea Markowitz at chelsea@projectcmc.com or 856-404-4677.

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