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Roy Book Binder Returns to Lansdowne Folk Club inger-songwriter stor ytelling-bluesman Roy Book Binder returns to the Lansdowne Folk Club on Thurs day, September 28. Held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA, doors open at 7 p.m. and show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $17 when purchased in advance online or with an advanced phone reservation and $20 without an advance reservation. Freshly prepared dinner

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Investigating the Female Gaze in “Happily Ever After” at Main Line Art Center Artist Talk and Opening Reception October 13 Panel Discussion October 26

See singer-songwriter, storytelling-bluesman Roy Book Binder on Thursday, September 28 at the Lansdowne Folk Club.

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and desserts will be available for an additional cost. Parking is available on the street and at the SEPTA train station approximately one block away. Handicap parking spaces are behind the building. For reservations, advance ticket sales or information visit www.folkclub.org, email Lfolkclub@gmail.com or call 484-466-6213. Cash only accepted at the door. Roy Book Binder has earned his stripes. He travelled with The Rev. Gary Davis in the 60’s, rediscovered Pink Anderson and revived his career in the 70’s. When he left Greenwich Village in 1976, he moved into a tour bus and lived on the road for the next 15 years. Roy borrowed from his heroes to become a distinct voice in the blues and folk music world. Roy has appeared on TNN’s Nashville Now TV show 30 times with many of country music’s biggest legends and has toured nationally with Bonnie Raitt, JJ Cale and Hot Tuna . . . you See Roy Book Binder Performs on page 4

View “Happily Ever After,” an exhibition of works by female artists running October 2 through October 29 at Main Line Art Center. Shown is “Sabra/SJ” by Glynnis Reed, 2015. ain Line Art Center investigates the female gaze, modern femininity, and contemporary challenges to women’s rights with “Happily Ever After,” an exhibition of works by female artists running October 2 through October 29. Curated by Amie Potsic, Executive Director & Chief Curator of Main Line Art Center, the show features the work of artists Aubrie Costello, (Philadelphia, PA), Jenny Drumgoole, (Philadelphia, PA), Jes Gamble, (Philadelphia, PA), Erica Zoë Loustau, (West Grove, Pennsylvania), Mari Ogihara, (White Plains, New York), Glynnis Reed, (Egg Harbor, NJ), and Emily Smith, (Phila-

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“On Golden Pond” Kicks Off Season at The Stagecrafters Drama Desk Awards, including he Stagecrafters theater Outstanding New Play. The film in Chestnut Hill begins its version, released in 1981, with eighty-ninth season of standHenry Fonda, Katherine Hepburn, out plays with the production of and Jane Fonda in the leading the moving, tender, and funny roles, garnered many awards, “On Golden Pond.” The action including that of Best Adapted centers on an older couple, Ethel Screenplay for Thompson. A live and Norman Thayer, who are spending their forty-eighth sumPerforming in “On Golden mer at their Maine home on a Pond” are, from left – John lake called Golden Pond. An unDevennie and Noel Hanley. expected visit from their daughPhoto/Sara Stewart ter Chelsea, with her new fiancé and his son from a prior marriage, television adaptation was aired sets the stage for turbulent conin 2001, featuring Julie Andrews frontation between father and and Christopher Plummer. The daughter, fueled by long-buried 2005 revival on Broadway feamemories. This is a poignant and tured as its leads James Earl Jones perceptive story of a family comand Leslie Uggams. “On Golden ing to terms with their past, life, Pond” was previously presentand legacy. ed by The Stagecrafters in 1983. Ernest Thompson (b. 1949) has Upcoming performance dates enjoyed a long career as a playare: September 21-23, 28-30 at wright, actor, lyricist, and screen8 p.m., and Saturday, Septemwriter for film and television. His most well known plays are “On Golden Pond” and “The West Side Waltz.” “On ber 23 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at $21 Online (no service charge), $25 Golden Pond” opened Off Off Broadway in 1978, then moved to Broadway, At-door. (Thu. & Fri. eve performances 2-for-$32 Online, 2-for-$35 At-door). where it ran for close to 400 performances. It was nominated for several See “On Golden Pond” at The Stagecrafters page 8

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EVEN MORE EVENTS Fall 2017 Programs and Events at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania The Historical Society of Pennsylvania announces its fall 2017 programming, featuring lectures, panels and other programs that showcase the range and depth of the HSP collection. HSP will host workshops that teach participants vital genealogical research skills, as well as informational seminars on topics ranging from Quaker abolitionist Warner Mifflin to the role of a Philadelphia institution in the disability rights movement. Designed to connect Philadelphians to their history and highlight the many cultural heritages that have contributed to the city’s development and identity, this fall’s suite of activities embodies HSP’s credo: Make History Yours. Further information on the fall 2017 season of programs can be found at www.hsp.org/calendar or www.hsp.org/news/fall-2017-programsand-events. For info, contact the HSP’s Director of Public Programs, Christopher Damiani, at 215-732-6200 ext. 227 or cdamiani@hsp.org.

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State Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio is holding two free shredding events for constituents to safely dispose of confidential, unwanted documents. The first event will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, September 23 in the Roxborough Municipal Lot, 514 Dupont St., 19128. Another will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 21, in the Magisterial District Court parking lot at 925 Montgomery Ave., Narberth. Availability is on a first-come basis. Shredding will take place at the designated times or until the truck is full. The events will be held rain or shine. There is a limit of four bags per household (standard storage/banker boxes or grocery bags). DeLissio said common types of unwanted items that should be shredded include credit card statements, credit card applications, bank statements, canceled checks, income tax information, insurance records and retirement or pension fund information. Shredding will be done on site and all shredded paper will be recycled. For information, constituents can call DeLissio’s office at 215-482-8726.

Jé Hooper “I FEEL Good: The Best Human Condition” Talk Preacher, producer, performer, Jé Hooper invites us “to explore our emotional intelligence and evoke our deepest human capacity to not only serve people with our hands but our hearts” in his talk “I FEEL Good: The Best Human Condition,” at 11 a.m., Sunday, September 24, at the Philadelphia Ethical Society, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. Hooper is currently a leader-in-training with the American Ethical Union and a 2017 recipient of the Mosler Fellowship Fund that will assist in the production of a film, “Humanitas: Coloring with W.E.B. Dubois and Felix Adler.” Jé is attending Ohio University for a Ph.D in Interdisciplinary Arts, where he will focus on Preaching in Africa: a creative exegetical response to the AIDs/HIV epidemic. All are welcome to the program and following coffee hour. For info, contact the Society at office@phillyethics.org or 215-735-3456 or visit www.phillyethics.org. Free street parking by permit available on arrival.

The Players Club of Swarthmore opened its 107th season of awardwinning community theater with the Kander, Ebb & Fosse classic musical “Chicago,” September 15-30, at 614 Fairview Avenue in Swarthmore. Thursday performances are at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. Audiences can meet the artists in a talkback discussion after the September 24 performance. Buy tickets either online at www.pcstheater.org, by calling OvationTix at 866-811-4111, or at the door. For information about PCS – including upcoming events, shows, ticketing and directions, visit www.pcstheater.org. Shown are Roxie (Liz Ianacci) and Velma (Gabriella Bressi). Photo/Anne Marie Scalies

The Same Stream Choir Free Concert

On Friday, September 29, The Same Stream Choir, under the baton of artistic director James Jordan, will return to the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul for an 8 p.m. concert as a part of the annual Society for Catholic Liturgy conference. Open and free to the public, conductor James Jordan will guide the audience through some of his favorite selections from the choir’s recent repertoire. Noted for his musical and philosophical insight, Jordan is considered to be one of America’s foremost choral conductors, serving as Senior Conductor at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. The most published performer/author in the world, he has authored more than 30 books on all aspects of the choral art, and he has been described as a “visionary” by The Choral Journal. His book Dressage at Devon Evoking Sound was named as a “must read” on a list of six books by The Dressage at Devon will take place September 26 - October 1 at the Choral Journal. One of his university choirs, the Westminster WilliamDevon Horse Show Grounds in Devon, PA. General admission tickets are son Voices, was nominated for a GRAMMY award in 2013 in the “Best $10 for ages 13 and above; Kids ages 3-12 are $5, and children under 3 Choral Performance” category for their recording of James Whitbourn’s are admitted free. Reserved seating is $26 on Friday, $37 on Saturday “Annelies.” The Same Stream Choir has quickly made a name for itself and $10 on Sunday. Grand Prix 3-Day reserved seat ticket package is $66 as an exciting new professional choral ensemble. The Same Stream is and reserves an assigned seat for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (Seat committed to concert, community engagement, and recording projects location may be different each day.) Reserved tickets are available online which spread choral music to diverse audiences, and support the work at www.dressageatdevon.org. General admission is available at the door. of emerging and living composers from around the world. They have two upcoming album releases, including “Abide” and “Serenity: The Music Art at Lunch: When a Print is More than a Print of Paul Mealor.” Find out more at www.thesamestreamchoir.com. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) presents this free Daily Lunch at Noon program on Wednesday, September 27, 12-1 p.m. Curlee Holton, a proat New Horizons Senior Center lific painter and printmaker, along with Kelli Morgan, PAFA’s Winston & Carolyn Lowe Curatorial Fellow for Diversity in the Fine Arts, will dis- New Horizons Senior Center serves a full course lunch Monday through cuss the legacy and history surrounding the Experimental Printmaking Friday at Noon for adults 60 and over. The menus are planned by a local Institute and the implications of the print medium in the context of the nutritionist and are catered by Betty the Caterer. Meals are available for collaborative process. or a complete schedule and additional details, visit a suggested donation of $2 per meal. This program is subsidized by Montwww.pafa.org/events. gomery County Aging and Adult Services. Call or visit www.newhorizonsseniorcenter.org to see what’s on the menu! Call 610-664-2366 or stop Annual Senior Expo by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth, to make your reservations. DeLissio’s annual Senior Expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, September 28, at Roxborough Memorial Hospital, 5800 Ridge Ave., It’s Simple. . . Advertise Your Business in Philadelphia. Visitors should look for the white tent in the parking lot off City Suburban News to Reach Your Clients! of Rector Street. This is a rain or shine event.

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Dito van Reigersberg Takes the Lead in 1812 Productions’ Season Opener Buyer & Cellar ito van Reigersberg, best known for his work with Pig Iron Theatre Company and as his alter-ego, cabaret queen Martha Graham Cracker, is set to star in Jonathan Tolins’ one-man comedy Buyer & Cellar. Van Reigersberg replaces previously announced John Jarboe after Jarboe’s departure to join Arden Theatre Company’s production of Kander & Ebb’s Cabaret. Daniel O’Neil, the show’s director, says, “I’m so excited to be working with Dito van Reigersberg, on this play in particular, because he’s kind of Philly gay royalty. There’s a certain brand of storytelling and sass that’s specific to the gay community, and Dito is so well suited to this material.” The first show of 1812 Productions’ 21st season, Buyer Dito van Reigersberg is set to star in Jonathan Tolins’ one-man comedy “Buyer & Cellar is a one-man comedy & Cellar” October 5 - October 29, 2017 about an under-employed gay at Plays & Players Theatre in Center City. actor who falls into the oddest of odd jobs—working in the private shopping mall in Barbra Streisand’s basement. Winner of the 2014-2015 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show, Tolins’ show was an Off-Broadway smash, playing to audience and critical acclaim for 459 performances at Barrow Street Theatre. As co-founder of Pig Iron Theatre Company, van Reigersberg was a member of their Obie Award-winning works Hell Meets Henry Halfway and Chekhov Lizardbrain. He has also been nominated for Barrymore and Helen Hayes awards for his work in Azuka Theatre’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Pig Iron’s Hell Meets Henry Halfway, respectively. “I am such a huge fan of Dito’s and could not be more thrilled to have him on our stage in Buyer & Cellar,” says 1812 Productions’ Producing Artistic Director Jennifer Childs. “I think it is a role that will give him the opportunity to both do what he does best and show audiences a different side of his performing ability. It’s a powerhouse role and no one holds the stage like Dito.” Buyer & Cellar will play October 5 through October 29, 2017 at Plays & Players Theatre in Center City. Opening Night will be Wednesday, October 11 at 7 p.m. Tickets range from $28-$45 and are available at 215-592-9560 or at www.1812productions.org.

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PAFA Presents “Chuck Close Photographs” First major exhibition in Philadelphia of this renowned artist October 6, 2017 - April 8, 2018 he Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) presents Chuck Close Photographs, the first major exhibition in Philadelphia of the renowned American artist’s work. On view October 6, 2017 to April 8, 2018 at PAFA, 128 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, the exhibition traces Close’s use of the camera throughout his more than 50-year career and features a variety of photographic media. The exhibition features 90 images from 1964 to the present, showing the full range of the artist’s exploration of photography—from early black-and-white maquettes of the 1970s, to monumental composite Polaroids, to intimately scaled daguerreotypes and Woodburytypes, and the most recent Polaroid nudes. While known primarily as a painter, Close has been deeply engaged in both photography and fine art printmaking throughout his career. He used the camera to record details that the human eye couldn’t capture. By drawing a grid on the photograph, he could transfer the image to the canvas. He called these photographs “moquettes”—small scale “sketches” from which he could make a monumental painting. “Remarkably there has never been a major exhibition in Philadelphia of the work of Chuck Close. Given his international artistic impact, PAFA is proud to be the first to do so,” said David R. Brigham, PAFA President and CEO. Born in Monroe, Washington in 1940, Close received his BFA and MFA from Yale University in the 1960s. After his first experiment with a nude based on a photograph, the 21-footwide painting Big Nude (1967), he decided he needed a more neutral subject and switched his focus to faces. Big SelfPortrait (1968), based on a Polaroid taken by Close, was the first of what he called “heads” – to make clear that they were not portraits trying to interpret or convey a subject’s personality – and the beginning of his invention with the stan-

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dard format Polaroid camera. In 1977, Close was introduced to a 24 x 20 inch Polaroid camera and found the size and clarity of the images to be a revelation. By 1979, he began experimenting with multiple exposures of a single subject; the results changed forever the way he thought about photography. These images, the first that Close considered works of art in and of themselves, marked a point of departure from the portrait as his exclusive subject matter as he expanded into the genres of nudes and flowers, creating multi-paneled works of a grand scale. In 1999, Close was introduced to the historic technique of the daguerreotype, and began creating small scale works of single and multiple panels that included nudes, flowers, hands, and fruit. “By charting the course of the artist’s long career using a broad array of photographic media, Chuck Close Photographs shows the full range of his curiosity and spirit of exploration and innovation,” said Brooke Davis Anderson, the Edna S. Tuttleman Director of the Museum. “Chuck Close Photographs” was organized by the Parrish Art Museum. The exhibition is made possible, in part, by the generous support of the Lannan Foundation; Jon and Mary Shirley Foundation; Louise and Leonard Riggio; The Muriel F. Siebert Foundation; Pace Gallery, New York; Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman; Jennifer Rice and Michael Forman; Marie Josee & Henry R. Kravis; The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation; Joseph M. Cohen; Andrea Krantz and Harvey Sawikin; Gretchen and Andrew McFarland; Arthur Loeb Foundation; and those who wish to remain anonymous. “Chuck Close Photographs” is made possible at PAFA by a gift from Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman, and by PAFA Season Exhibition Sponsor Jonathan L. Cohen.

Invites you to join our welcoming Jewish Community for: Wed., September 20: Erev Rosh Hashanah 6:30pm

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Overbrook School for the Blind to Host Fourth Annual “Overbrook Experience Dinner” Overbrook School for the Blind (OSB) will host the fourth annual “Overbrook Experience Dinner” on Thursday, October 5, 2017, from 6 to 9 p.m., on the OSB campus at 6333 Malvern Avenue in Philadelphia. The Overbrook Experience Dinner connects guests with the challenges that students who are blind, visually impaired or living with additional disabilities face each day. The evening will feature remarks from OSB’s new Executive Director and CEO, Todd Reeves. The cocktail hour will feature a Beer Garden complete with locally-sourced offerings from some of the best breweries in region. A “Wine Wall” will be featured where guests pay $20 and receive a bottle of wine that is worth at least $20, but possibly much, much more. The evening’s unique Silent Auction items will include a week-long stay on Lake Dunmore in Leicester, Vermont; a VIP package to a Philadelphia Eagles home game; one-of-a-kind artwork from OSB students, and much more. In its first three years, the Overbrook Experience Dinner has raised more than $300,000 to support the M. Christine Murphy Horticulture Education Center on OSB’s campus and improve student access to adaptive/assistive technology. Tickets to the Fourth Annual Overbrook Experience Dinner are available by contacting Robert Smith, OSB Director of Development at rsmith@obs.org. For more info about Overbrook School for the Blind, visit www.obs.org. Advertise Your Special Events and Programs in City Suburban News!

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Upper Darby Township Salutes Veterans with “Oldies Night” Performances by Bobby Rydell, Lou Christie and The First Ladies of Rock and Soul October 7 Upper Darby Township invites the public to a night of outstanding live music! Paying tribute to all Veterans, Upper Darby Township offers an “Oldies Night” featuring the incomparable Bobby Rydell, along with Lou Christie and The First Ladies of Rock and Soul! The night of live oldies music will take audience members down memory lane with a band of nine talented musicians along with the headliners, and will take place on October 7 at 7 p.m. at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. The show will be hosted by radio personality Lou Costello of “Cruisin’ 92.1, WVLT FM” and Mayor Tom Micozzie will recognize local Veterans to kick off the show. Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located 601 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA. Tickets are $40 for reserved seating and Veterans save $5. Tickets are available by calling the box office at 610-622-1189 or by visiting www.udpac.org.

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Main Line Adult Day Center to Host Bowling Event Fundraiser he Main Line Adult Day Center is hosting its second annual bowling event fundraiser on Saturday, October 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Devon Lanes located at 300 Lancaster Ave. in Devon, PA. Family fun, food and contests round out this event. Proceeds support members’ activities and center renovations. You can support this event by organizing a team of up to six bowlers; register at www.mainlineadultdaycenter.org. Donations are also welcome for the silent auction. The Main Line Adult Day Center, in partnership with Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church and Main Line Health, provides a safe, interactive and supportive environment where members can have a meaningful day. The center provides daytime physical and cognitive support to adults in need, while giving caregivers the time and peace of mind needed in order to carry on their daily lives. For info, contact Pam Barton at 610-527-4220, bartonp@mladc.com or visit www.MainLineAdultCenter.org.

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Sleep Support Group to Feature Dietician and Weight-Loss Specialist he Crozer-Keystone Sleep Centers offer a support group for those who have a suspected sleep disorder or have already been diagnosed. Kaitlin Masciantonio, M.A., R.D., LDN and Kathleen Nee, R.N., program coordinator, both from the Crozer-Keystone Center for Minimally Invasive Bariatric and General Surgery, will lead a discussion at the next support group meeting on Tuesday, September 26, from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at Springfield Hospital in the first floor conference room (190 West Sproul Road, Springfield). Join the support group to learn about the relationship between excess weight and sleep problems. You’ll also get tips on how to choose healthy foods and will learn about available treatment options for sleep disorders. Most importantly, you’ll create new friendships with others who have had a similar experience or have undergone treatment for a sleep disorder. Light refreshments will be available. Free parking in the lot adjacent to the Emergency Department. For information or to register, call 1-888-SLEEP-03 (1-888-753-3703) or visit the Calendar page of www.crozerkeystone.org. Walk-ins are welcome.

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name it, he’s done it! He has appeared at the National Storytelling Festival, the Chicago Blues Festival, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and the King Biscuit Blues Festival. At MerleFest, he has hosted the acoustic blues stage for the past 16 years and he has been invited more than a few times to appear at the world famous, Philadelphia Folk Festival . . . for both the 40th and 50th anniversaries! Roy Book Binder has been rambling around the world for the past 45 years and he’s still on the road entertaining audiences where he is well known as a singing songwriting storytelling fingerpicking blues legend. Check him out at http://www.roybookbinder.com. The Lansdowne Folk Club, founded in 1993, is a 501(c) (3) all volunteer non-profit corporation dedicated to presenting folk, acoustic and blues music. Friend the club on Facebook Lansdowne Folk Club. The 2017 schedule also includes Brother Sun on Nov. 2, Joe Crookston Nicotine Anonymous Meeting on Nov. 16, and The Boxcar Lilies with special guest Emily Mure on Dec. 7. This ongoing 12-step recovery program meets every Tuesday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Lankenau Medical Center, 100 E. Lancaster Road, Wynnewood, PA, Parking Lot “A” – Annenberg Building, Knorr Conference ROMOTE OUR USINESS VERY EEK IN ITY UBURBAN EWS Room #102, 1st floor. The only requirement is a desire to stop using Call 610-667-6623 for Great Rates and Advertising Ideas to Help Your Business! nicotine. No dues or fees. Call Milton for details: 215-370-9955

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • The RRazz Room at The Clarion Hotel, 6426 Lower York Road in New Hope, PA, presents Natalie Douglas, performing her Nina Simone Tribute Concert, Saturday, September 30. Natalie is a two-time Bistro, Nightlife and eight-time MAC Award Winner and has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Rose Theatre, and The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center. For tickets or info, call 888-596-1027 or visit http://www.therrazzroom.com/events. Natalie Douglas in concert September 30, at the RRazz Room in New Hope, PA. • Chamber Orchestra First Editions (COFE) features a performance of Gunther Schuller’s 1962 classic Journey into Jazz, narrated by liberal icon Barney Frank, and the premiere of a composition for jazz quintet and string orchestra by drummer Gabriel Globus-Hoenich. “I look forward to helping present this important piece,” said Barney Frank. “Having just ended one career, I am happy to make my debut in another branch of public performance—although this one probably won’t last 45 years!” A half-hour discussion with Rep. Frank and the musicians will precede each concert. Concert Dates: Friday, October 6 at 8 p.m., Lang Concert Hall, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA – Free Admission. Saturday, October 7 at 3 p.m., Roberts Hall, Haverford College, Haverford, PA – Free Admission. Sunday, October 8 at 3 p.m., Perelman Theatre, Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA – (Tickets $10 - $20). Visit https://chamberorchestrafe.org for information. Dining Around • Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden, 570 Wellington Square in Exton, PA, offers their first Suburban Oktoberfest, Saturday, September 23, from 2 to 6 p.m., presenting over 40 draft beers from 12 local craft breweries, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, a large format bottle tasting, and a swag bag put together by the participating breweries at a cost of $65 for VIP tickets (2 p.m. entry) and $50 for general admission (3 p.m. entry). Must be 21 or older to enter. Live music provided by Tim Celfo & the Celfonics Suburban’s full menu also available. More info, call 610-458-2337 or visit www.suburbanbg.com. Buy tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3072656. • The Habit Burger Grill, 120 Village Drive in the King of Prussia Town Center, King of Prussia, PA, offers award-winning Charburgers grilled over an open flame and made-to-order. The 3,000-square-foot restaurant seats 85 people, and is open daily from 10:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. The menu also includes hand-cut salads, grilled sandwiches including line-caught, sushi grade albacore tuna, fresh chicken, and hand-filleted marinated grilled tri-tip with sides of onion rings, sweet potato and French fries, and tempura green beans. Choose from a variety of peppers, lemons, limes, and sauces at the complimentary condiment bar. More info call 407-543-6990. Menus online at www.habitburger.com. Special Events • Autograph Brasserie, 503 West Lancaster Avenue in Wayne, PA, presents Girls Night Out, Wednesday, September 27 at 7 p.m. with Priv Beauty providing complimentary massages and mini-manicures, Soul Cycle offering goodies and passes for free classes, and Lyft giving 50 percent off rides to ensure safe travel to and from home. Registrations suggested via Eventbrite on Autograph Brasserie’s Facebook page. On October 25, Jessica Jackson of The Craftery will host a Fall/Winter Holiday Wreath-Making event complete with a complimentary glass of champagne for $35 per person. Make and take your holiday creation and enjoy a fun night out with friends – registration required. Among the new cocktails this season are: Gypsy Dancer – Aperol, peach, Sparkling Wine; Daisy – St. Germaine, pear, Sparkling Wine; Sweet Pea – Cointreau, Pama, Fruitlab Ginger, cranberry; served together in a chic vase vessel, these cocktails are perfect for sharing! Executive Chef Ralph Fernandez created a new bar menu offering $5 Snacks, $7 Small Plates, and $10 Medium Plate—fun favorites with an unexpected twist! For reservations or info, call 610-954-2588 or visit www.autographbrasserie.com/happenings. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

The Stagecrafters Presents Ernest Thompson’s “ON GOLDEN POND” A moving, tender, and funny play set at the Maine summer home of Norman and Ethel Thayer. This is a poignant and perceptive story of a family coming to terms with their past, life, and legacy.

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ACADEMY OF INTERNATIONAL BALLET TO PERFORM AT BRANDYWINE RIVER MUSEUM Enjoy a beautiful and lively, free performance by dancers from the Academy of International Ballet in Media at The Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, PA. The dancers will perform a variety of classical and contemporary works as well as excerpts from the Nutcracker Ballet, under the artistic direction of Denis Gronostayskiy and Anastasia Babayeva. Admission to the museum is free, and the performance are free. The event takes place Sunday, October 1, 2017 at 2:30 p.m. in the Lower Level Lecture Room of the Brandywine River Museum of Art, 1 Hoffmans Mill Rd., Chadds Ford, PA 19317. Ample free parking is adjacent to the museum. For information, call 610-388-2700 or visit http://www.brandywine.org/museum.

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“Sacred and Profane: The Art of Richard G. Cannuli, OSA” Professor of studio art, director of the Gallery, and curator of the University’s art collection. Free Opening Reception with the Artist in Gallery Friday, October 20 • 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. The exhibit is on display Oct. 2 through Dec. 18

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delphia, PA). From self-defined vantage points of power, these women artists address the human experience through a female lens in the 21st century – a post-feminist era rife with demands for a new feminism. Ad dressing pre-pubescent characters, trans and female identities, emotionally charged language, and complex female forms, a single definition of “Happily Ever After,” an exhibition of works by female artists running October 2 through October 29 at Main Line Art Center, includes “When A Man Decides to Hurt You: Existential” by Emily Smith, 2016.

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woman is defied. In today’s fairytale, Cinderella is breaking the glass slipper and “happily ever after” remains elusive. A free artist talk and opening reception will be held on Friday, October 13, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Main Line Art Center, and starting at 6:30 p.m., Aubrie Costello will be doing a live installation that will carry throughout the evening. Taking inspiration from the majesty and strength of samurai armor as well as the vulnerable sensuality suggested by women’s undergarments, Mari Ogihara creates ceramic chastity belts and female figures alluding to corporeal desire and implied violence. Directly confronting the emotional impact of violence against women, Emily Smith’s paintings reveal the psychological and physical trauma of being attacked by a male stranger processed through paint, fabric, and memory. Jes Gamble uses photography to document performance and fiber based works that explore an emotional journey from fear to empowerment, all the while referring to the inescapable history of female experience and the act of mending to build human connection. Celebrating the authenticity of female kinship, Glynnis Reed’s photographs meld confident female and transgender subjects with natural imagery to create auras of complex spirituality. Influenced by the natural landscape, her girlhood home, and architecture, Erica Zoë Lostau creates site specific installations of repeated shapes on geometrically arranged lines of monofilament seeking a sublime level of illusion and metaphor. Imagining what would happen if the sexual awakening of puberty were averted, Jenny Drumgoole’s videos present her alter-ego named Soxx who turns traditional women’s behavior on its head by throwing parties for sanitation workers, eating pudding for hire, and running for Mayor of Philadelphia. As if applying punctuation to the same city, Aubrie Costello’s silk graffiti speaks to women’s physical and emotional struggles, the power of language, and unrelenting natural elements. The artists in “Happily Ever After” resist and embrace the traditional trappings of women’s beauty and identity while rewriting urban legend, redefining women’s work, and re-forging paths to power. In doing so, they not only actualize the female gaze, they stare you straight in the eye. In conjunction with the exhibition, Main Line Art Center presents the lecture “Happily Ever After and the Female Gaze: Philadelphia Women Artist Trailblazers – Then and Now” led by Cindy Veloric, MA, research assistant at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Artistic Advisor at Main Line Art Center, and independent art historian. Veloric will explain an extended series of circumstances particular to Philadelphia that enabled a number of “firsts” for trailblazing women artists. In the context of Main Line Art Center’s exhibition “Happily Ever After,” Veloric will also lead a panel discussion with women artists in the show (Aubrie Costello, Jenny Drumgoole, Jes Gamble, and Emily Smith) looking at the female gaze and politics of influence in the their work today. This event takes place on Thursday, October 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. The price is $6 for Members and $8 for Non-Members. The mission of Main Line Art Center is to inspire and engage people of all ages, abilities, and economic means in visual art through education, exhibitions, and experiences. Main Line Art Center is located at 746 Panmure Road in Haverford, behind the Wilkie Lexus dealership just off of Lancaster Avenue. The Art Center is easily accessible from public transportation and offers abundant free parking. As the oldest design festival of its kind in the country, DesignPhiladelphia highlights the work of thousands of local designers, architects, and creative professionals to demonstrate Philadelphia’s reemergence as a 21st century city shaped by thoughtful design, collaborative business practices, and community engagement. Over the course of ten days each October, places such as universities, cultural institutions, civic associations, city agencies, retailers, manufacturers, and startups across the city participate in over 100 engaging events including panel discussions, fashion shows, participatory workshops, studio tours, book signings, professional development classes, design exhibitions, and imaginative celebrations. For info about “Happily Ever After,” visit www.mainlineart.org or call 610-525-0272 ext. 116.

Museum Hosts Free Annual Korean Festival The Delaware Art Museum is hosting the third Korean Festival on Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. This free celebration includes both traditional and modern Korean cultural activities and celebrates the Korean Thanksgiving, Chuseok. The family-friendly event also features music and dance performances such as modern K-Pop dance, TaeKwonDo demonstrations, Hangul (Korean language) lessons, trivia, hands-on art activities, and much more. Artwork created by students from the Delaware Korean School will be on display. Korean food provided by Kalbi Asian Bistro will be available for purchase. The Museum is excited to connect people to art through diverse cultural events and programs. There is no Museum admission fee during the Korean Festival and all galleries will be open throughout the day from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Delaware Art Museum is at 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806. For information, call 302-571-9590 or 866-232-3714 (toll free), or visit www.delart.org.

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Merion Mercy Academy Ascends “Upward & Onward” erion Mercy Academy’s student body, administration, faculty, and staff officially opened the school’s newly renovated building. All 123 members of the Class of 2018 cut a ceremonial ribbon as did the school’s administration and Chair of the Board of Trustees. Merion Mercy just completed its 15-month, multimilliondollar Upward & Onward building project, which includes the Connelly Lyceum and the Frances M. Maguire ’53 Art & Design Gallery. The Upward & Onward Campaign has dramatically improved Merion Mercy Academy’s infrastructure and now better supports and showcas-

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Ballet 180 Presents “A Secret Garden” Ballet 180 presents a single showing of “A Secret Garden” on Saturday, October 14 at 4 p.m. at McShain Performing Arts Center, Rosemont College located at 1400 Montgomery Avenue, Rosemont, PA 19010. Audiences of all ages will enjoy beautiful dancing to music by Bach, Mozart, Philip Glass, and more. The production will feature three original works – “Spring, Strain, Stretch” a dance for three people that shows the strains of life and how growth occurs when we are pushed beyond our limits; “Platform” – a Latin inspired dance to intoxicating beats and jazz infused steps; and “A Secret Garden” – a beautiful interpretation of the healing power of love that is found in a garden, where those secret places in our hearts and our imagination come to life. Tickets range from $15-$35 and can be purchased online at www.ballet180.org. For information, call 484-639-9571. Photo/Biking Photography

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The mummers kick-off a one-mile fitness walk at a past Senior Strut, a health event in the park. This year’s event, for ages 60 and older, takes place on Friday, October 13. eniors to walk for health and enjoyment in a one-mile loop down scenic Boathouse Row, Kelly Drive. Join an expected 500-plus older adults for “The Senior Strut: A Health Event in the Park,” on Friday, October 13, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Following a musical send-off by a Mummer’s String Band, seniors will walk for health and enjoyment in a one-mile loop down scenic Boathouse Row, Kelly Drive that day. The Senior Strut, now in its fifth year, is presented by the Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation. After the walk, participants will return to their starting point at Lloyd Hall for a health and information fair with free health screenings; flu shots will be available. Participants also will enjoy fitness and entertainment activities led from a demonstration stage and receive free t-shirts and a healthy snack. The Senior Strut features special appearances by Bill Bergey, three-time MVP and former Eagles all pro middle linebacker, and DJ Patty Pat. Tickets are $5 each and should be purchased by Sept. 29. Participants must be age 60 or older. Tickets are $5; advance purchase is required. Call 215-765-9000, ext. 5055 to purchase tickets or go to www.pcaCares.org/Strut. Health experts say that walking increases blood flow to the heart, lungs and brain and that it can improve mood and lower stress. Research also shows that walking may help to cut rates of heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. “Most of all walking is free and it’s fun. Everybody can do it!” says Holly Lange, PCA president and CEO. The Senior Strut helps to “promote the health benefits of walking for older adults,” says Joan Zaremba, PCA director of marketing and development. “We hope that the Senior Strut might spur older adults to join walking groups or perhaps to form walking groups of their own,” she adds. The Lloyd Hall event site at 1 Boathouse Row offers free parking and is accessible by SEPTA bus routes 32 and 38. Major sponsorship for the event is provided by Always Best Care Senior Services, Bath Fitter, Bayada Home Health Care, Cigna HealthSpring, CityLife Neighborhood Clinics, Gateway Health, Health Partners Plans, Independence Blue Cross, JEVS at Home, Liberty Resources, Moravia Health Network, Pennsylvania Lottery, SarahCare Home Health & Hospice and UPMC for Life.

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Friends’ Central welcomes new faculty and staff members for the 2017-2018 school year – seated, from left – Jacquelyn Tisdale, Middle School math teacher; Brandi Lawrence, grade 5 humanities teacher; Tina Lee, grade 5 math teacher; Rae Esformes, Middle School social studies teacher; Sonia Chin, Upper School biology teacher; middle, from left - Jessica Feng, Nursery assistant teacher; Melody Acinapura, Assistant Lower School Principal; Sarah Duda, Assistant Director of Annual Giving; Danielle Saint Hilaire, Upper School history teacher; Daniel Raeder, Kindergarten assistant teacher; Dafne Foote, Upper School Spanish teacher; Tuesday Vanstory, lead Nursery teacher; Anne Lytle, Assistant Director of Admission; Jackie Merchant, grade 2 assistant teacher; back, from left – Tyler Clauson-Wolf, grade 1 assistant teacher; Katie Dickerson, Upper School English teacher; Luke Nowell, Digital and Social Media Specialist; Thomas Soper, Upper School English teacher; Ryan Coffey Keaton, Co-Director of College Counseling; Erika Harnett, Upper School English teacher; and Laurel Burkbauer, Middle School language arts teacher. Not pictured: Jeffrey Childs, Maintenance and Grounds; Rudy Fabry, Controller; and Zachary Zaitlin, Middle & Upper School Accompanist.

riends’ Central welcomes 24 new teachers, administrators, and staff members to the School for the 2017-2018 school year. At the administrative level, Friends’ Central is thrilled to welcome Ryan Coffey Keaton as Co-Director of College Counseling. Keaton holds degrees from SUNY and the University of Pennsylvania and comes to Friends’ Central having served as both Director of College Guidance and Director of Studies at Abington Friends School. She has also worked on the college admissions side of the process at Swarthmore College, Bryn Mawr College, and Niagara University. Friends’ Central also welcomes Melody Acinapura, Lower School Assistant Principal. Acinapura joins FCS from Greene Street Friends School, where she served as Dean of Lower School, Director of Student Support Services, and Lower & Middle School Counselor. She has a BA in Elementary & Special Education from Saint Joseph's University and a Master's in School Counseling Psychology from Boston College. She also received a certificate from the New and Aspiring School Leadership Institute at Harvard University. Joining the Friends’ Central Development, Business, Admission, Communications, and Facilities Offices respectively are Sarah Duda, Assistant Director of Annual Giving; Rudy Fabry, Controller; Anne Lytle, Assistant Director of Admission; Luke Nowell, Digital and Social Media Specialist; and Jeffrey Childs, Maintenance and Grounds. Seeking Volunteers 55+ to Lead Discussion Groups The Lower School welcomes to Friends’ Central; Tyler Clauson-Wolf, Grade 1 Assistant Are you interested in “Touching Lives” of older adults? Touching Lives Over 55, a program of Journey’s Way, Teacher; Jessica Feng, Nursery Assistant Teacher; Brandi Lawrence, Grade 5 Humanities currently is recruiting volunteers to lead peer discussion groups on health and wellness, life after retirement, Teacher; Tina Lee, Grade 5 Math Teacher; Jackie Merchant, Grade 2 Assistant Teacher; Daniel and successful aging. Volunteers must be at least 55 and enjoy working with people, have excellent listening Raeder, Kindergarten Assistant Teacher; and Tuesday Vanstory, Lead Nursery Teacher. skills, and provide their own transportation. Discussion groups meet weekly in senior community centers Joining Friends’ Central in the Middle and Upper Schools are Laurel Burkbauer, Middle throughout Philadelphia. Peer Leaders learn new skills, meet new people, and enrich lives! The next volunSchool Language Arts; Katie Dickinson, Upper School English; Rae Esformes, Middle School teer training starts on September 27 and runs through October 18 at Journey’s Way, 403 Rector Street in Social Studies; Dafne Foote, Upper School Spanish; Emily Harnett, Upper School English; Roxborough. To apply and begin writing your next chapter, contact Jan Zacharjasz at 215-487-1750 ext. 1214 Danielle Saint Hilaire, Upper School History; Thomas Soper, Upper School English; Jacquelyn or email: jzacharjasz@intercommunityaction.org. Tisdale, Middle School Math; and Zachary Zaitlin, Middle & Upper School Accompanist.

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Students with valid ID $15 At-door. Groups of 15 or more are offered a reduced rate of $15 a ticket, paid in advance. Subscriptions are still available for the entire season, at $75 each, and may be purchased online, or at the box office when attending a show in the current Gardening Ideas for Small Spaces Program production. The box office opens 45 minutes before each performance. For information Have a small yard and want to make the most of your garden? Eva Monheim, Assistant Professor of Horti- call 215-247-8881; for reservations-direct call 215-247-9913. The theater is located in the heart culture at Temple University, will guide the Narberth Area Garden Club through design principles that will of Chestnut Hill at 8130 Germantown Ave. Visit www.thestagecrafters.org. make the most of small garden spaces. She will also suggest tried and true plant combinations for a range of Special NOTE: A “Meet the Cast and Director” Q & A session will be held following the perlighting conditions and soil types. The ideas are endless! Artfully planted, your little garden can transform formance on Friday, September 22. your entire home. Join for this exciting program on Thursday, October 5, 2017, at 7:15 p.m. at the Narberth Municipal Building, 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA 19072 (Haverford Ave. entrance). The program is free for members and open to the public with a $5 admission. Visit http://www.narberthareagardenclub.com/. Lankenau Medical Center Girls’ Night Out The Women’s Board of Lankenau Medical Center announces “Girls’ Night Out,” a benefit for Nursing Excellence Programs at Lankenau. It will be held on Wednesday, September 27, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in the The Overbrook High School Class of June 1957 is holding its 60th reunion on Sunday, October 22, 2017 at Annenberg Conference Center Lobby at Lankenau Medical Center. Gingy’s of Malvern will showcase fall fash11:30 a.m. at the Bala Golf Club, 2200 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia. The cost per person is $45. For informa- ions for women. Tapas and sweets will be provided and door prizes awarded. There is a $15 donation. Cotion, contact Irene Kohn at 610-667-2291. Chairs of the event are Debi Weinberg and Alice Chase. For information, contact Angela Ottaviani in the Volunteer Office of Lankenau Medical Center at 484-476-2139.

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C O N C E R T F E AT U R E S O R I G I N A L COMPOSITIONS BY JEREMY DESIDERIO

The Delaware County Symphony (DCS) will present the first chamber concert of the 2017-2018 season on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 3 p.m. at Neumann University. Two original compositions by violinist Jeremy Desiderio will be featured. he Delaware County Symphony (DCS) will present the first chamber concert of the 20172018 season on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 3 p.m. in the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas A. Bruder, Jr. Life Center at Neumann University, One Neumann Drive, Aston, PA (¼ mile west of Concord Rd. and Rt. 452). The DCS chamber music series is under the direction of Dr. Robert Whalen who serves as Chamber Music Director and Associate Conductor. For this concert the DCS presents two original chamber works composed by DCS violinist Jeremy Desiderio. Mr. Desiderio will perform his Violin Sonata and DCS cellist, Emily Carroll, will perform his Cello Sonata. Both performers are accompanied on piano by Han Nah Son. The concert will include a brief discussion and explanation of the pieces by the composer. Come experience the excitement of world premiere performances! Concert tickets are $15 or $12 for seniors/students. Children under 12 (one child per paying adult) are admitted free. Upon presentation of the Delaware County or Montgomery County Library card two tickets may be purchased for the price of one regular admission ticket the day of the concert. There is ample free parking adjacent to the theatre and the Life Center is handicapped accessible. For information call 610-879-7059 or visit www.dcsmusic.org.

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reater Philadelphia area walkers and runners are getting set for the fifth annual Miles for Migraine walk and run scheduled for Saturday, October 7 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Wissa hickon Park. The two-mile walk and 5K/10K run raise funds to help increase public awareness about headache disease and the need to fund headache disease research. The walk and two runs will take place along Forbidden Drive at Valley Green at 120 Northwestern Avenue in Philadelphia, PA 19118 (look for From left – three generations of migraine at the Germantown Pike at Bruno’s San Francisco Walk/Run on July 29, 2017 – Executive Restaurant; the race will begin director Shirley Kessel, her mother, Nancy Steinman, and in front of the Cedar’s Café on children Sydney Kessel and Julia Kessel. Forbidden Drive). There is also a Scavenger Hunt for all ages, with prizes given to participants. Finally, new for 2017 is a post walk/run breakfast at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club. Registration for this event is now taking place and costs $40 with a $5 discount for those under 18. Participants may pick up their event packets at Philly Runner on Friday, October 6 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 3621 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA. Or, day of event pre-registration will begin on-site at 7 a.m. For information about parking, etc., visit www.raceroster.com/events/2017/11247/miles-for-migraine-race-philadelphia-2017. Following the walk and run, awards will be given out to the top male and female walkers and runners, and top fundraisers. All participants will receive a t-shirt and finishing medal. Donations may be made directly to the organization or in support of walkers or runners. Miles for Migraine is accepting sponsorships through September 25. Amgen® and Teva are this year’s Diamond sponsors. Race teams are welcome, and friends and family are invited to cheer on the participants and for light refreshments following the walk/run. This timed event will be held rain or shine. The new post walk/run breakfast at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club is $18 per person or free for those who raise at least $125. Participants can pay when they when register online. Dr. Stephen Silberstein, director of the Jefferson Hospital Headache Center, will present “Updates on Treatments for Migraine and Headache” and field questions from the audience. Attendees can network and meet others with the disease, including caregivers and children. Register today for this fun event for the whole family, the fifth annual Miles for Migraine walk/race. Visit www.milesformigraine.org, contact Shirley Kessel at shirley@milesformigraine.org or call 484-534-8786 to learn more or for more info about the Miles for Migraine walk/run.

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On Sunday, October 1 at 3 p.m., the Concert Artist Series at Haverford College presents Pianist Emanuele Arciuli. His program includes John Adams’ China Gates, Louis W Ballards’ Four American Indian Piano Preludes, Judd Greenstein’s First Ballade, Curtis Cacioppo’s Armed and Dangerous (variations on “L’homme arm”) WORLD PREMIERE, Kyle Gann’s Earth Preserving Chant, Talib Rasul Hakim’s Sound – Gone, Philip Glass’s Etude No. 2, and Frederic Rzewski Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues. This concert will be held in Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium, on the Haverford College Campus at 370 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA. Ticket prices are $20 (Adult), $15 (Sr), $10 (Stu), $5 (7-17). For info 610-896-1011 or www.haverford.edu/music/concertsevents.

Visiting Artists Program: Elana Herzog The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) presents this free program on October 4, from 12 - 1 p.m. Elana Herzog creates works on paper, sculpture and installation pieces. Her work includes found objects and textiles that are re-configured to make a new image. The work is experimental process based and intuitive. She uses materials such as Afghan carpets, cardboard and other found textiles. For a complete schedule and additional details, visit www.pafa.org/events. Every Wednesday Pick Up Your FREE Copy of CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!

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