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We had the privilege of photographing several local artists inside their unique studios and creative spaces. A kitchen, a ballet studio, an art school, a modern home, and so much more. Meet the local artists of all genres offering their important work in and through the Kennett community.
PA G E 2 2 ON THE COVER: A peek inside the Chester County fine art studio of Karen D'Allaird.
Spreading a message of kindness and inclusivity through art: Heather Davulcu.
Preserving our cultural influencers through events and education: Casa Guanajuato.
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Longwood Gardens in new form Find out more about the autumn exhibit called Blooms & Bamboo. PA G E 2 0
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great shopping, dining, arts, events, and communityâ€” as always. KEEP READING
artist spotlight A section dedicated to local artists & creatives you'll want to work with. PA G E 2 4
social mission Learn more about our 2019 Social Mission Partner: La Comunidad Hispana. PA G E 4 4
ISSUE 23 / FALL 2019 / KENNET T SQUARE, PENNSYLVANIA / THE ARTS & CULTURE ISSUE
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C R E AT I V I T Y I S T H E H E A RT B E AT O F any thriving community. We’re so fortunate to live in a place that has embodied that value for so long. From the visionary horticulture of Longwood Gardens, to the fine art masterpieces of N.C. Wyeth, Brandywine Valley has a longstanding tradition of offering art, culture, and creative expression across every genre and medium. In this issue, we explore the idea of creative spaces. Behind every piece of art, you’ll find an artist who carved out a space in which to create. A space for inspired ideas, for reflection, and—of course—for practice, practice, practice. Whether it’s the mirrored dance studio at Longwood Performing Arts, the bustling kitchen at Verbena BYOB, or the fiery hot workshop at Vinewoods Forge, art comes to life in these dynamic work (and play) spaces. And more and more, we love seeing art integrated into so many public nooks and crannies around town, serving both form and function. Downtown Kennett has become a creative space all its own. You’ll find mushroom shaped bike racks, colorful pop-up lending libraries, and a beer garden decorated with reimagined materials. Shops and businesses offer their spaces for Friday night gallery walks, often collaborating with local artists for special installations. Pots and lamp posts line
the streets of Historic Kennett and are lovingly landscaped each season, inviting us to linger. And maker collectives such as worKS offer shoppers a variety of one-of-a-kind artisan goods all under one roof. Looking for more experiential ways to engage with the arts this Fall? Don’t miss some of Kennett’s signature cultural events including The Annual Kennett Brewfest, Dia de los Muertos, Opening Night of the Kennett Symphony, and an all-new Fall exhibit at Longwood Gardens called Blooms & Bamboo. This season, we invite you to join us in celebrating the local art, artists, and creative spaces that make Kennett such an enchanting place to live and create. From our creative space to yours, BRIANNA CARLISLE, BECKY GALANTE, AND THE FIG INDUSTRIES TEAM
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Making space for creativity
Spreading a message of kindness and inclusivity through art.
Authentic: Heather Davulcu H E AT H E R D AV U LC U G R E W U P I N A L I T T L E T OW N in Texas, pencil in hand. She drew floor plans for favorite books, mapped out future businesses, and sketched dresses from old movies. Her mother encouraged her with stacks of paper and art classes. All of Heather’s experiences—from her degree in fashion design to a dream first job working for a theatrical costume company, working on a Disney film, starting a mural-painting business, and creating collections of illustrations—led her to a 100-day project drawing women of all shapes, sizes, races, and ages, from different walks of life. When she doubted her
abilities, a wise friend told her: “You can’t not get better if you do it every day.” Heather wanted every woman to see and celebrate her unique self. Her creative impulse has since propelled her to create new collections, coloring books, royal art, and Kennett-inspired designs. She loved illustrating the new Kennett Square map, for example, and she painted a Pop Up Lending Library station that brings the town’s rich history, from the Underground Railroad to recent immigration, to life. “I want to embrace all the gifts of diversity,” she says. Pier One, Michael’s, and Joann’s have featured Heather’s licensed designs,
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and she currently has greeting cards at Trader Joe’s. Local customers can find her designs at WorKS, The Mushroom Cap, Mrs. Robinson’s Tea Shop, and Penny Lane Emporium. She’s relocating to a home studio so she can pursue new creative endeavors, including book illustration. “I have more ideas than there are hours in a day,” she says. To learn more or purchase any of Heather's artwork vist her website aprilheatherart.com and keep up with her work on Instagram at @aprilheatherart.
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Preserving our cultural influences through events and education.
Giving Back: Kathleen Snyder & Casa Guanajuato “ T O K N OW YO U R R O O T S I S T O K N OW YO U R S E L F,” says Kathleen Snyder. She helped found Casa Guanajuato to share the traditions of all Hispanic cultures with younger generations and with the wider community. Their events center on the arts as connective tissue that bridges cultures and breaks down barriers. Casa Guanajuato’s Cinco de Mayo festival is one of the top ten in the country, and every year their spectacular Day of the Dead celebration integrates art, history, and the centuries-old tradition of honoring the dead. They’re also collaborating with the Philadelphia Union to hold a World Cup soccer tournament in September. A community picnic at Anson B. Nixon Park, this
year on September 15th, celebrates the independence of Mexico and other Hispanic countries with food trucks, music, flags, and traditional costumes. “The whole world is invited!” Kathleen says.
school enrollment, or navigating other services. “When you’re living in an Anglo world, there’s always a little piece missing,” she says, “but it’s a wonderful feeling to be part of this community of caring, creative people in Kennett Square.”
She loves the natural integration of generations at these gatherings, where adults and children share conversations, affection, and respect. “Casa Guanajuato is a family,” she says. “We’re there for each other and we’re always celebrating something.”
Casa Guanajuato’s dream is to have their own “casa,” or home, here in Kennett Square where they can host a wide variety of classes and outreach programs and become even more deeply rooted in the community. They are a small but mighty team of only 15. Members include Vice President Sara Dickens Trillo, Secretary Gonzalo Cano, and Treasurer Jeanne Searer.
Casa Guanajuato collaborates closely with other nonprofits, including KACS, LCH, the YMCA, the Kennett Library, and Historic Kennett Square. And for Kathleen personally, she enjoys assisting anyone who needs help with translation,
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KATEGORY 5's REWIND TO VINYL show to benefit The Peacemaker Center
R E M E M B E R W H E N YO U C O U L D N ' T WA I T F O R A N A L B U M R E L E A S E ? So many incredible songs were created in the era of pop and rock music's vinyl heyday. Take a trip down memory lane with Kategory 5 as they cover the best of the best vinyl classics. Not only do they offer tribute to the major rock and progressive artists of that time with exacting standards, but they throw in one hit wonders from the pop world that are now labeled 'yacht rock'. This band is comprised of six accomplished musicians who all sing! They are able to perform some of the most complex songs from the era both instrumentally and vocally. The full production includes video and light shows as if you were having a stadium experience. There is truly something for everyone in a Kategory 5 performance. Come be part of an exceptional musical experience, all to benefit The Peacemaker Center.
Friday, October 18
General Admission : $25
VIP Tickets: $45
7:30 - 10:30 pm
Starting at 6:30 pm
Buy tickets online at Eventbrite.com
Includes appetizers & preferred seating
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Prizes, auction , & giveaways! Prize for the best 70's outfit, great giveaways from the band, and refreshments. Mid-show auction to win a chance to sing a song with the band!
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to Kennett Square.
Fresh Face: Maura Grace Boutique “ FA S H I O N S H O U L D B E F U N , AND SHOPPING SHOULD BE E A S Y,” says Katie Holsten. And it’s clear from her warm smile and enthusiasm that the owner of the new Maura Grace Boutique is having lots of fun bringing accessible fashion to women of all ages. The welcoming, light-filled shop brims with color and trends. Like fashion itself, which is constantly evolving, there’s always something fresh to discover here. Maura Grace offers a broad range of contemporary women’s clothing and accessories, including the work of local artisans, all at accessible prices. “It’s an eclectic, one-stop shop,” Katie says. “You can find a birthday or hostess gift, a great card, and your outfit!”
After studying fashion merchandising at the University of Delaware, Katie worked at South Moon Under for ten years as a retail buyer. Once she started her family, she knew the time had come to pursue her dream of opening a boutique. Everything lined up over the past year, she says, and the location was the biggest piece to fall into place. Katie grew up in Hockessin and has watched Kennett Square evolve into a shopping and dining destination. “Kennett Square is amazing and I’m thrilled to be here,” she says. She’s showing her Kennett Square pride with a range of locally-branded items, including glasses and other gifts. “I love how fashion allows you to express yourself,” Katie says, and she’s passionate about helping women to do that. “These
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are pieces you can put your own take on and interpret in different ways.” Maura Grace offers gift cards and, even better, Katie and her staff are happy to assist customers with finding that perfect gift for a family member, friend, or anyone on your list. “We're always here to help put an outfit together, assist with finishing touches, or be a source of inspiration,” she says with a smile. How did the name Maura Grace come about? Katie’s middle name is Maura, and her five-year-old daughter’s name is Grace. “She inspires me,” Katie says of her daughter. “She’s a little shopper, like her mom, and it’s exciting to show her that her mom is pursuing one of her dreams.”
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Local Events KENNETT SQUARE FA R M E R S M A R K E T E V E RY F R I D AY 3 - 7 p m CONTINUING THROUGH NOVEMBER 22
3-5:30pm Fridays in December M U S H R O O M F E S T I VA L C O M M U N I T Y PA R A D E F R I D AY, S E P T E M B E R 6 6 p m
mushroomfestival.org/festival-info/ community-parade M U S H R O O M F E S T I VA L S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 7 & S U N D AY, S E P T E M B E R 8
F O R A C O M P L E T E , up-to-date listing of events in and around Kennett Square, visit historickennettsquare.com.
B R A N DY W I N E VA L L E Y PLEIN AIR EVENT T H U R S D AY, O C T O B E R 1 7
pleinairbrandywinevalley.org H A U N T E D H I S T O RY T O U R S AT U R D AY, O C T O B E R 1 9 5-7pm
H A L LOW E E N H A RV E S T F E S T I VA L S AT U R D AY, O C T O B E R 2 6
(rain date October 27)
D I A D E LO S M U E RT O S / D AY O F T H E D E A D F R I D AY, N O V E M B E R 1 & S AT U R D AY, N O V E M B E R 2
H O L I D AY L I G H T PA R A D E F R I D AY, N O V E M B E R 2 9 6 p m
S M A L L B U S I N E S S S AT U R D AY S AT U R D AY, N O V E M B E R 3 0
H O L I D AY V I L L A G E M A R K E T S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY DECEMBER 7 & 8 S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY DECEMBER 14 & 15 11am-5pm
R O C K T H E PA R K W I T H H O O T S AND HELLMOUTH S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 7 7-10pm
MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE D AY C E L E B R AT I O N S U N D AY, S E P T E M B E R 1 5 12-4pm
K E N N E T T S Q U A R E R E S TA U R A N T W E E K
Under the Special Events tent at the Mushroom Festival
M U S H R O O M C A P H A L F M A R AT H O N S AT U R D AY, N O V E M B E R 2 8 a m
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LCH ALL ONE UND ER THE S UN 5 K RUN, FAM ILY WALK & K IDâ€™S DAS H S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 1 8am
KENNETT BREWFEST S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 8 1:30-5pm c o n n o i s s e u r s e s s i o n at n o o n
Creamery of Kennett Square kennettholidayvillage.com T I N S E L O N T H E T OW N T H U R S D AY, D E C E M B E R 1 2
T H I R D T H U R S D AY O N S TAT E S T R E E T T H U R S D AY, S E P T E M B E R 1 9 6-10pm
C LO V E R M A R K E T S U N D AY, N O V E M B E R 3 1 0 a m - 4 p m
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Saturday, September 28
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1:30 to 5pm | special connoisseur session at 12pm
kennett brewfest features live music, food trucks, vendors, and more. Join them for their connoisseur session before the regular session for special pourings from select brewers showcasing different, rare, exclusive, limited, or seasonal beers. For more details and to purchase tickets, visit kennettbrewfest.com.
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Fall’s New Form Blooms & Bamboo
Chrysanthemum and Ikebana Sogetsu Artistry On View October 3–November 17 Autumn is here … and with it something new for Longwood. Walk through towering Japanese displays of bamboo exclusively designed for our Conservatory and never before seen in the United States. Marvel at these larger-than-life artforms showcased amid thousands of blooming chrysanthemums trained into creative forms and shapes. Blooms & Bamboo … bound only by the limits of your imagination. longwoodgardens.org/blooms-bamboo
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We know it takes food to build a community W E A L L H AV E G O T T O E AT. Does a community require art and culture? I proposeâ€”yes it does. If we do not have these things we have too little to commune over. Sure, we could face the events and challenges of daily life on our own. But to build community we need to remind, uplift, and shake up; look to the past and look to the future. Together, art and culture give us a collective pastime. While we can garden or power walk on our own, culture and art bring us peacefully together to share some collective meaning and purpose. None of it could be done without the creation of a formidable space. Take N.C. Wyeth's studio, for example, with all of its airy height. Would a different space conjure different art?
Owner, Aimee Olexy
Talula's Table is a space. It is a very intentional space. It is anchored in communal seating and we have watched it bring out the best in a community for over a decade. Talula's Table is a space for discovery. Seek out great food and build a community. Art and Culture will surely appear. To great things,
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For Kennett Square Space in anywhere You inhabit Kennett Square Art is where you are BY AIMEE OLEXY
Our annual arts & culture issue shines light on our community's creative spaces and those who utilize themâ€” a reminder that galleries, studios, performance spaces, and education
WHERE CREATIVITY HAPPENS
venues are centers for new ideas, creativity, and collaboration. Since 2013, Fig Kennett has been proudly celebrating artists, makers, and innovators who continuously imagine and re-imagine our town. We pay homage to those who add color and beauty to our lives. Look for pages titled Where Creativity Happens in this issue as we give you a look into the spaces where creativity comes to life.
Master of Classical Realism / N E I L S O N
SPECIALIZING IN LARGE SCALE
rolling easels, mannequins poised for
of classical realism, you will also find
sacred and devotional art, Neilson
their portrait, music blasting on the
him teaching and mentoring students
Carlinâ€™s work hangs in numerous
speakers, and a collection of historic
through The Carlin Academy of Fine
parishes and shrines across the
religious imagery sure to allow the
Art which is found inside his inspiring
country. His creative space boasts
channeling of a higher power. A master
studio in downtown Kennett Square.
ART CL ASSES FOR A D U LT S A N D T E E N S B EGI N I N O CTOB ER CONNECT WITH NEILSON CARLIN 128 SOUTH WILLOW STREET
Where Creativity Happens
Forged Fine Art Sculpture / R O B S I G A F O O S ROB SIGAFOOS
is a metal
artist with over 30 years of experience in traditional and non-traditional blacksmithing and wood working. Specializing in public art commissions.
I N S TA LL ATI O N O F A H O LO C A U S T M EM O R I A L AT SYNAGOGUE OR HADASH Photography by Entropic Remnants, John W. Griggs
Where Creativity Happens
376 WEST STREET ROAD, KENNET T SQUARE
NGWOOD Bringing Choreography to Life / LO PERFORMING ARTS WITH OVER 40 YEARS OF E X P E R I E N C E in dance education,
confidence, inspiring creativity,
through adult, the faculty is experienced
and giving students a community
and committed to creating a nurturing
Longwood Performing Arts offers
where they can create lasting
environment for students to flourish.
students of all ages a creative space
memories, their premier dance
to learn the art of dance. With an
instruction is only the beginning.
overarching philosophy of building
Offering classes for students ages three
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Where Creativity Happens
Inside the Chef's Table / V E R B E N A
THE KITCHEN IS WHERE CHEF S C O T T M O R O Z I N is the most creative. This fall, try his highly sought-after and ever-changing Chef's Tasting Menus. Using fresh local ingredients, the courses are chosen and prepared each evening by a chef who is driven by an unwavering desire for new ideas, new flavor combinations, new methods, and new people.
Chef/Owner, Scott Morozin
FIND OUT WHY FOOD CRITIC Craig LaBan says Verbena “has given downtown Kennett Square a sophisticated destination BYOB.”
Where Creativity Happens
102 EAST STATE STREET, KENNET T SQUARE
Thoughtful Inspired Design / E D
RAHME ARCHITECT AT TH E I NTER S EC TI O N of art and architecture, Ed Rahme Architects is a firm specializing in modern architectural design. Through thoughtful collaboration and problem solving, clients will receive a custom experience that brings inspired buildings and environments to life.
SERVICES Residential Cultural/Religious Hospitality Master Planning Higher Education Commercial Ed stands inside the home of Kennett Square clients, The Leo's.
CONNECT WITH ED RAHME 2006 LENAPE UNIONVILLE ROAD, KENNET T SQUARE
Where Creativity Happens
Continuing in the Brandywine Tradition K AREN D'ALLAIRD FINE ART STUDIO
celebrate the natural beauty of Chester County and the Brandywine Valley.
FLORAL COMMISSIONS A C C E P T E D . The perfect gift for brides, anniversaries, and every flower-lover. A variety of price points are available.
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Where Creativity Happens
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Fundamental Art Instruction / W I L L O W D A L E A R T A C A D E M Y
H I G H S C H O O L & A D U LT BEGINNER ART CLASSES BEGIN IN SEPTEMBER and focus on Drawing and Painting Fundamentals.
SMALL CLASS SIZES ensure personal and attentive instruction. VI S IT WI LLOWDA LE A RTAC A D EMY.CO M for details and class availability.
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Where Creativity Happens
Saving the Past for the Future / R E N E W A L RENEWAL DYNAMICS, INC.,
an architectural firm specializing in the renovation and adaptive-reuse of historic, unique, and forgotten structures. They are dedicated to the ideal of reutilizing buildings that have become irrelevant and overlooked, as they strive to revitalize these existing resources for future generations. 420 West Cypress Street before renovations
Call to discuss how they can help with your dream project.
John Rosecrans, Owner/Architect standing at his commercial projectâ€”the newly renovated Cafe de Thai on Cypress Street in Historic Kennett Square.
CO LL A B O R ATE WITH R EN EWA L DYN A M I CS
Where Creativity Happens
237 KIRKBR AE ROAD, KENNET T SQUARE
610.4 4 4.8680
Creativity Starts Here / K E N N E T T C O P Y A N D M O R E
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Where Creativity Happens
LEARN, CREATE, AND GROW T H E C H E S T E R C O U N T Y A R T A S S O C I AT I O N encourages creative thinking, fosters personal expression, provides creative maker spaces throughout the county, and helps bring out the artist in everyone! Your support helps them grow and thrive. Please join them for an inspirational art exhibit, to take a sampler class to find your passion, and to nurture your inner Michelangelo!
West Chester Art Exhibitions
SEPTEMBER September 12, Opening Reception
NOVEMBER November 7, Opening Reception
OCTOBER October 10, Opening Reception October 11, The Great CCAA $100 Art Grab!, 6-8pm
DECEMBER December 7, Holiday Open House December 12, Opening Reception
Fall drop-in free art classes at The Garage! S AT U R D AY S , S E P T E M B E R 1 4 T H - D E C E M B E R 1 4 T H 9:30 to 10:30am (ages 4 to 9) 11am to 12 noon (ages 10 to 15)
100 NORTH BR ADFORD AVENUE, WEST CHESTER
Distinct lighting for the creative spaces in your home D E N N E Y E L E C T R I C O F F E R S A W I D E S E L E C T I O N of lighting styles to make a statement in every room in your home as well as your outdoor living spaces. In addition, youâ€™ll find the showroom to be a resource for distinctive home accents including artwork, accent furniture, and home accessories. Visit Matt to discuss how a lighting plan can bring new life to your home.
510 WEST STATE STREET, KENNET T SQUARE
610.4 4 4.2170
Effective and compassionate legal counsel SHERIDAN LAWYERS is a civil litigation, family law, and criminal defense firm located in the heart of Historic Kennett Square. Founded on the notion that every client deserves respect, patience, compassion, and understanding, Sheridan Lawyers is not your grandfatherâ€™s law firm. Clients receive assistance navigating the often complex legal process using secure and savvy interactive technology and sound legal advice in a non-intimidating environment.
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Your favorite breakfast stop F O R N E A R LY 2 0 Y E A R S , PureBread has been serving a quick breakfast with a smile. Grab a seat in the beautiful dining room or take it to go on your way to work or school. With fun dog videos, colorful art, a welcoming, friendly staff, and delicious food, this local eatery will quickly become your familyâ€™s go-to breakfast location. The menu features hot, bottomless coffee, jumbo muffins made from scratch, custom, made-to-order breakfast sandwiches, homemade bagels, yogurt parfaits, and so much more. Stop in the brand new Kennett location in the Shoppes of Longwood Village for a hearty breakfast, seven days a week.
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The YMCA is non-profit, charitable organization that offers income-based membership rates and financial assistance for programs for those unable to pay the standard rates. Ask us for details.
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When designing an outdoor living space, creating an integrated experience for the homeowner is GreenRoots Landscaping’s primary concern. Consider this outdoor space: GreenRoots Landscaping designed each element to play a part in the overall look and feel. Take it from one of their designers: “All the details of the privacy screening are delicately enhanced by the subtle tones in the flagstone and soft wisps of the perennials. We positioned the bubbling urn to be central so it can be heard through the screen door on a summer day or enjoyed from the adjacent seating area.” In short, GreenRoots knows that when it comes to your home, every detail counts. Let them help you design a seamless and comfortable outdoor experience for your own backyard. See their full services listing online or call for a free consultation.
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There’s No Place Like a Sturgis Home STURGIS BUILDERS IS A SECOND GENERATION FAMILY-RUN business that offers home renovations, additions, and custom cabinetry with craftmanship and a personal touch. With a dedicated staff, many of whom have been with the company for more than a decade, you can expect a crew that takes pride in their work and gives attention to every detail. By offering expert advice, detailed estimates, and on-going schedule updates, you will find that good communication and quality work are their top priorities. A D D I T I O N S • R E N O VAT I O N S • C U S TO M C A B I N E T RY • N E W C O N S T R U C T I O N
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The Hood family welcomes you this fall DINE-IN AT THEIR CHARMING UNIONVILLE dining room and enjoy all of your homestyle favorites. From ribs and pulled pork to coleslaw and cornbread, the Hood family welcomes you.
Be sure to pick up their catering menu for your next family reunion, tailgate, or for any occasion.
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FOR UNIONVILLE- CHADDS FORD SCHOOL BOARD
RE PRESE NTING THE RESIDE NTS OF CHADDS FORD & PE NN SBURY T O W N S H I P S , Talbert and Brown bring a wealth of experience, genuine passion for UCFSD, and a desire to serve the community they love as candidates for school board.
Your vote is appreciated on November 5th, 2019.
J E N B R O W N is a proud graduate of Unionville High School ('92), and mother to a son and daughter at Chadds Ford Elementary. After attending Penn State University, she spent 20 years working in the pharmaceutical industry for three leading companies in business analytics, marketing, and sales before starting her own consultancy advising health care clients on commercial strategy. Jen serves on the district Wellness Council and worked closely with district administration and current school board members to implement the Safe to Say and Start with Hello programs designed to promote school safety and a socially inclusive environment. Additionally, she is a frequent volunteer at the elementary school and a URA basketball coach.
E R I N TA L B E R T is a resident of Chadds Ford and proud mother to a daughter at Unionville High School and a son at Patton Middle School, and both attended Hillendale. After graduating from Penn State University, Erin spent 20 years focused on project management, marketing, managed care, and sales at Accenture and AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals. Having since retired from corporate positions, Erin is now the owner of an outdoor design business. In addition to her close involvement with her childrenâ€™s extra-curricular activities, Erin has served as Secretary for the Kennett Area Park Authority (Anson B. Nixon Park), Committee Chair for the Schreyer Alumni Society Board at Penn State, and is currently an officer on the Board of the Unionville Rowing Club.
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Locally sourced and scratch made CAFE AMERICANA IS KENNETT'S BEST K E P T S E C R E T. Find scratch made comfort foodÂâ€” all in a hospitable atmosphere and prepared in their open kitchen concept. Using daily delivered fresh and local ingredients, you'll become a regular in no time! Sit at the counter or have a seat in the quaint dining room. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner and choose from a full menu of classics that include everything from French Toast to Arepas to Empanadas.
The friendly staff is here to serve your favorite dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
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2019 Social Mission: L A C O M U N I D A D H I S PA N A AT F I G , we believe in the power of a community that works together to identify needs and find solutions—one that creates connections and is passionate about helping its neighbors. Our 2019 Social Mission Partner is La Comunidad Hispana, an impactful nonprofit whose good work contributes immensely to our thriving, local community.
O N F R I D AY, O C T O B E R 2 5 T H LCH will host our third annual Amigos and Amigas of LCH Dinner at the Red Clay Room in Kennett Square. The event will feature an international menu of food, distinctive entertainment, and a fun and festive evening of celebrating LCH’s impact on the community.
T O M E E T T H E H E A LT H N E E D S O F T H E U N I N S U R E D and underinsured in our community, LCH relies on support from our community. LCH’s two annual fundraisers are both happening this fall. On Saturday, September 21st, they will hold our fourth annual Let’s Choose Health 5K run and fun walk. The run is a mostly flat, fast course in and along the beautiful Anson B. Nixon Park in Kennett Square, with cash prizes for top finishers and age-group medals. The walk is a one-mile course within the park, with special awards for team participation and spirit.
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T H E P OW E R H O U S E C O M B I N AT I O N of decades of experience in both real estate and custom home building sets Jim Barone apart. Whether you are buying or selling, remodeling or building a custom home, Jimâ€™s mission is to serve his clients through every step of the process. With his honed eye for build & design, Jim offers clients help in visualizing their dream home. A R E YO U LO O K I N G F O R A R E A L E S TAT E A G E N T who can help you reimagine a room or living space after moving in? Let Jim offer real estate and design solutions that bring your family joy and functionality.
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EXPANSION: Hybrid ORs and the future of medicine LET’S TALK ABOUT CARS FOR A SECOND. A traditional car runs on just a gasoline engine. A hybrid car, on the other hand, has that plus an electric motor. Both cars will eventually get you to the same location, but the mechanical process of getting there and the quality of the ride might be a little different. A hybrid operating room works similarly. In a traditional operating room (OR), a surgical team uses typical surgical equipment to perform a procedure. In a hybrid OR, it’s not just the surgical team and equipment—there are multiple types of specialists and many different types of equipment. For example, if a patient is having heart surgery, it might not be just the cardiac surgeon and surgical nurses in the surgical theatre—there may also be cardiac interventionists and vascular surgeons. A patient can be treated in either a traditional or hybrid OR. But just like the traditional or hybrid car, the surgical process and the patient experience might have some differences. In 2020, Chester County Hospital will be opening a new hybrid OR for heart procedures. If your heart surgery is performed in the hybrid OR, here’s how your surgery might be different then it would be now: IMAGING TESTS DURING PROCEDURES WILL BE QUICKER AND BETTER. Having imaging tests, such as X-rays or ultrasounds, is a normal
part of preparing for surgery. Sometimes, a surgeon will need additional images in the middle of a procedure—and in a traditional OR, those images can throw a detour into the surgery. In a regular OR, the surgeon will need to use portable equipment that’s brought in from another room. Taking time to bring in the equipment and set it up adds time to the procedure. The longer your procedure, the more time you spend under anesthesia—the medicine that makes you fall asleep so you don’t feel pain or remember the procedure. Anesthesia is generally safe, but it does come with risks of complications, such as breathing or heart problems. These risks increase the longer you’re under anesthesia. Also, longer durations of anesthesia have been associated with increased time spent in the hospital after surgery or having to return to the OR for another procedure. The hybrid OR has imaging equipment right there, which can mean fewer delays, and less time under anesthesia. The hybrid OR also lends itself to minimally invasive procedures, which usually means a shorter recovery time and less time spent in the hospital. “Patients are able to get back to work and their daily activities much sooner. It allows you to quickly go back to your regular life,” says Michael Barber, Senior VicePresident, Chief Operating Officer, Chester County Hospital.
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YOU WILL BE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY INSTEAD OF OPEN SURGERY. In a minimally invasive procedure, the surgeon will make a few small cuts, rather than large incisions. “With the hybrid OR, we will be able to accommodate even more patients who need minimally invasive procedures than we already do,” continues Barber. YOUR SURGEON WILL HAVE MORE FLEXIBILITY. Sometimes, surgeries don’t always go quite as planned. During a minimally invasive procedure, it’s possible that the surgeon will realize that they need to perform a more invasive surgery. Or, they may be using one mode of surgery, and decide that they need to switch to a different one. In a traditional OR, this could prove complicated. The surgical team could potentially need to switch you to a different operating room. However, the hybrid OR is equipped to easily turn from a minimally invasive to a more invasive operative setting, and from one mode of surgery to another. Your surgeon will be able to update their method right then and there, which is better for the patient. “The hybrid OR gives you the best of both worlds—you get high-quality imaging, while also getting the space and visibility
of a typical OR,” confirms Mary Kehner, BSN, MS, RN, CNOR, Director, Surgical Services at Chester County Hospital. THE SURGERY WILL BE MORE PRECISE—AND MAYBE MORE SUCCESSFUL. One of the more challenging parts of surgery is making sure that patients are in the right position. The hybrid OR comes with a table that can be tilted and inclined to many different positions, allowing the surgeon to maneuver patients into the best position for a specific procedure. The table is connected to imaging equipment. This equipment recognizes and follows the table position—without the surgical team having to do a thing— and captures images of the surgical area from almost any angle. This is extremely important. Getting a patient to the perfect position and allowing the surgeon to come in at the right angle, as well as having pictures from all different angles, makes it easier for them to be more precise. And the better the precision, the lower the risk of complications, and greater the likelihood that the surgery will be successful.
THE OPERATING ROOM WILL BE EVEN SAFER THAN IT ALREADY IS. When you need surgery, you might be worried about your safety. And that’s perfectly normal. In any type of operating room, safety is the top priority—rest assured that no matter which room you’re in, the surgical team is looking out for your safety at all times. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ONLY GOES SO FAR — AND THAT’S WHY CCH IS HERE. When CCH's hybrid OR opens in 2020, they will have some of the most modern, advanced equipment in the region. But it’s not just the technology that makes their hybrid OR special. “In every operating room at Chester County Hospital, the surgical team works together seamlessly,” states Barber. “Everyone on the team—surgeons, nurses, technicians—has extensive training and experience, and works together to deliver the best care. And we can’t wait to bring those same levels of passion, expertise, and teamwork to the new hybrid ORs.”
WHILE TRADITIONAL ORS ARE VERY SAFE,
THE HYBRID OR CAN INCREASE SAFETY EVEN MORE: The imaging equipment will only use VERY LOW DOSES OF RADIATION.
The table can hold UP TO 550 POUNDS OF PATIENT WEIGHT, which means
that obese patients will rarely be unable to have surgery due to their size.
Patients in hybrid ORs may SPEND LESS TIME UNDER ANESTHESIA than patients in regular ORs, which lowers the risk of anesthesia-related complications.
I F A PATIENT DOES NEED TO BE OPENED UP UNEXPECTEDLY, THE HYBRID OR IS EQUIPPED TO HANDLE IT, and the staff
is well-trained in going from a minimally invasive to an open procedure.
Seasonal styled outdoor containers T H E G A R D E N E S S will come to your home or business at the start of each new season to create professionally styled containers full of seasonally inspired plants and flowers. She will work with any container or vessel you already have, or have her choose them just for you. Inquire about seasonal container memberships so that your outdoor space looks fresh and beautiful with each new changing season.
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F O R M O R E T H A N T H I RT Y Y E A R S , Deanâ€™s Landscaping has been designing and building handcrafted outdoor living spaces that are both beautiful and functional. Dean and his team bring extensive knowledge of the local building codes, an understanding of the harsh effects of our freeze/thaw cycles, and an expertise in choosing sustainable plants that thrive in our clay soils. They understand that each project comes with unique elements and challenges. They partner with you to take your vision for your patio area, pool scape, or outdoor kitchen project and make it a reality.
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He finds purpose in leading building projects that benefit Garden Spot Village and lending his experience for repair projects with Good Works, a nonprofit based in Chester County. Your best creations have yet to be made. Explore the opportunities Garden Spot offers to help you make yours. To read more about Larry Knepper and the other Makers at Garden Spot Village, access the Fall/Winter 2019 Destination Magazine at gardenspotvillage.org.
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A Menu of Elevated Comfort Food YO U M AY B E S U R P R I S E D T O F I N D that Pat’s Pizza is more than just take out. With a dedicated chef designing new menu items each season, and a passion for sourcing fresh and local ingredients, you will find every dish exceeds all your expectations. Enjoy new, seasonal specials such as grilled salmon over pesto pasta or grilled ahi tuna salad. Or try your old favorites like handmade pizza on freshly rolled dough and classic meatball subs with scratch made sauce. Dine-in, carry-out, or deliveryPat’s Pizza continues to be a family favorite in Kennett Square, Hockessin, and beyond.
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Fig is a hyper-local guide to shopping, dining, arts, and entertainment that brings both voice and vision to great small destinations. Our c...