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Can’t-Miss February Events Throughout February Six Nations Rugby Championship Viewing Party

February means only one thing for rugby fans: the imminent arrival of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations. Arguably the best rugby tournament on the calendar, it’s can’t-miss sports and a great excuse to have a good time. Join Kildare’s for all the live action on their projector screen and in full surround sound. The tournament kicks off on 2/1 at 9am with Wales vs Italy, followed by Ireland vs Scotland at 11:45am. Check your calendar for upcoming matches which will all be broadcast at Kildare’s. Kildare’s Irish Pub 18 W Gay St | 610.431.0770 Kildarespubwc.com

2/1 14th Annual Progressive Dinner

Get out of the winter doldrums and come party with your friends and neighbors. This fun, friendly three-course dinner begins at 6pm and takes place at six neighborhood homes in the N. Walnut Street area, and everyone gets together at the last stop for dessert, with the party ending around 10pm. The cost is $75 for members and $80 for guests and non-members, and tickets can be purchased through the organizations website. Friends of Marshall Square Park marshallsquarepark.org

2/2 Super Bowl Sunday Kegs & Eggs

Kick off the Big Game with a rocking tailgate at Levante Brewing at 11am. The Phyllodelphia food truck — known for their Greek and Mediterranean inspired menu — will be serving up brunch. Plus, they’ll also have pre-packaged dips/ spreads/hummus for take-out, so you can serve up a spread wherever you want when the Chiefs take on the Niners. Levante Brewing Co 208 Carter Dr, Ste 2 | 484.999.8761 Levantebrewing.com

2/7 Shades of Gray Artists’ Reception

The Art Trust is a non-profit volunteer-based organization which sup-

ports and cultivates the exploration of a contemporary aesthetic for the benefit of artists and the community and presents Shades of Gray, a showcase by Leah Wells, Roderick Hidalgo and Dennis Beach that takes the erotic fluidity of gray to new levels. The exhibit runs from 1/15 to 2/28, but come out from 5-8:30pm on the first Friday in February to enjoy a glass of wine and a discussion. The Art Trust @ Meridian Bank 16 W Market St | 484.301.2784 thearttrust.org

2/8 Ryan P. McCall Foundation Fundraiser

The Ryan P. McCall Foundation was established in honor of its namesake after he lost his life in a heinous crime. The organization carries on his values, hosting an annual fundraiser at Barnaby’s and a race, Ryan’s Run, later in the year. Portions of this year’s proceeds will go directly to Cuddle My Kids which supports families and children affected by cancer. The $35 ticket for the event can be purchased through the organizations website and includes a buffet dinner with beer, wine and well drinks, and raffle tickets will be available for purchase. The party kicks off at 7pm. Barnaby’s of West Chester 15 S High St Ryan P. McCall Foundation Ryanpmccall.com

2/9 The True Story of Cinderella

Opera Tuttie presents an operatic romp through this slightly fractured fairy tale! Performed annually to an almost cult following at Westminster Choir College, The True Story of Cinderella is a comic, oratorio-style, mini opera. The composer, the late Warren Martin, was a beloved professor at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. The cast is comprised of 12 singers, one narrator and a pianist. The show starts at 3pm and runs 60 minutes. Tickets are $20 for students, $25 for adults. Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center 226 N High St | 610.356.2787 uptownwestchester.com

Family-Friendly Three-Course Italian Cooking Class

Looking for fun events to do as a family? Mangia Famiglia has you covered. You and your child (ages 10 and up), will learn how to make a three-course Italian meal, including an appetizer, homemade pasta from scratch and a fun Italian dessert! Tickets run $140 for teams of one adult and one child. They can be purchased on Mangia Famiglia’s website. The course runs from 3-5:30pm Mangia Famiglia Artisan Exchange 208 Carter Dr, Ste 13B 610.719.0282 Mangiafamiglia.com

2/14 Murder Mystery Masquerade Party You are cordially invited to attend a masquerade party… to die for. A thrilling night of murder and mystery, where you must catch the killer, or die trying. Take a step back into the Victorian era for a night filled with secrets, drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and murder. The event is for adults 21+, and space is limited, so please reserve your space in advance through the library’s website. The event starts at 6:30pm. West Chester Public Library 415 N Church St | 610.696.1721 Wcpubliclibrary.org

2/15 International Championship of Collegiate a Cappella

Come out to this premiere tournament dedicated to showcasing the art of student a cappella singing and providing top-notch a cappella groups with valuable feedback from highly qualified judges. Young vocalists have the opportunity to share their talent with an international audience, develop relationships with each other, and cultivate the art of a cappella singing as well as a lifelong love of music. The top two placing groups at this event will advance to the ICCA Mid-Atlantic Semifinal. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for general



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The WC Press Digital Issue - February 2020  

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The WC Press Digital Issue - February 2020  

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