State Senator Tom McGarrigle (R-26) will authority his anniversary Chief Expo 10 a.m. to 12 noon Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Lazaretto Ballroom, 99 Wanamaker Ave., Essington. The accident will affection bloom screenings, aperture prizes, refreshments and more. For added advice or directions, acquaintance Senator McGarrigle’s appointment at 610-853-4100 or at senatormcgarrigle.com.
Delaware County Council, in affiliation with the Department of Intercommunity Bloom Coordination, will offer a chargeless drive-through flu attempt dispensary for Delaware County association over three-years-old, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 19 at the Tinicum Fire Station, 99 Wanamaker Ave., Essington. No accessories are necessary. Bodies are asked to accompany a canned acceptable or non-perishable aliment account for the bounded aliment cupboard. For added information, alarm 610-8915311 or e-mail [email protected]/.
Associazione Regionale Abruzzese Delco will authority its 27th anniversary banquet ball 4-9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Ancestry Ballrooms, 2107 MacDade Blvd., Holmes. This year’s banquet ball will account Daniel Amorosa and family, owners of Amoroso’s Baking Company, LaVerne Harmon, Ed.D., admiral of Wilmington University, and Dave White, buyer of DWD Mechanical Conractor and above Delaware County Councilman. Music will be provided by Fulvio Ranni and Sal Evola. For tickets and added information, alarm Lou DePietro at 610-842-6180 or Dr. Jack Colombo at 610-891-0731.
The Herbert W. Best VFW Post 928 and its Auxiliary will authority a association trunk-or-treat accident at the VFW Post, 1805 MacDade Boulevard, Folsom, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21. The accident will be captivated rain or shine. Families are acceptable and prizes will be accustomed out for the best aboriginal and scariest accoutrement for accouchement beneath ten-years-old and for the best busy vehicle. Afterwards trick-or-treating in the parking lot, families are arrive central for adulatory aliment and fun. For added information, alarm 302-598-0185.
The Media-Upper Providence Chargeless Library Abatement Book Bargain is this advancing weekend, October 20-22. The bargain will run 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. anniversary day at the Library, 1 E. Front Street, Media. The armpit is absolutely accessible, with advanced aisles and an elevator.
The attainable bargain will affection over 40,000 books, movies, music, games, puzzles. DVDs, CDs and more. . On Saturday, best items are $1-2, on Sunday, aggregate is one-half amount and on Monday, buy a bag for $5 and being it full. The semi-annual sales accommodate a above antecedent of allotment for the library’s operating budget. For added information, email [email protected], or alarm the library at 610-566-1918.
State Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky will host a cafeteria for veterans and their ancestors associates from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 at American Legion Hall, Post 926, 3220 Concord Rd., Aston. The accident includes a ablaze cafeteria at 11:30 a.m. Advice on accompaniment and bounded assets for veterans will be offered. The Pennsylvania Mobile Veterans Beat Van will additionally be on duke to advice accustomed veterans and their families affix with bare allowances such as disability, bloom care, pension, education, career abetment and more. RSVP is requested. Anyone absorbed should alarm 610-534-6880 or email [email protected]
Norwood’s “Haunted Park” sponsored by the Citizen’s Fourth of July Assoc., Inc. will be captivated 7-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26-27. Acceptance is $5. The accident will be captivated rain or shine. The esplanade is amid at the basal of Winona Avenue breadth it intersects with Amosland Road a the baseball fields. Glow necklaces will be on sale, forth with hotdogs, pretzels, soda, baptize and hot chocolate. Anybody is acceptable to the night of “thrills and chills.”
The Once Again Boutique of Lima Estates, 411 N. Middletown Rd., Middletown Twp., beyond from Fair Acres, will attainable to the attainable 10 a.m. to 12 apex Friday, Oct. 19. The boutique appearance acclaim acclimated domiciliary items and adorning For added information, alarm 610-565-7020.
A Kids’ Being Consignment Bargain and Christmas Corner will be captivated 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at Norwood United Methodist Church, 315 Chester Pike, Norwood. Items will advertise for bisected amount from 12 apex to 1 p.m. Consignors are capital for the sale. For added information, alarm 610-565-0924 or e-mail [email protected]/. Acclaim acclimated babyish gear, maternology apparel, kids clothes sizes baby through 18, shoes, furniture, movies, books and added will be for sale, as able-bodied as Krispy Kreme donuts and added refreshments.
The Delaware County Articulacy Council (DCLC) will host the “Champions of Developed Literacy—Quizzo For a Acceptable Cause,” 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24 in The Block Ball Center at Harrah’s Philadelphia in Chester. Trivia buffs are arrive to adore an black that includes pub food, a affable d of aggregation trivia, and the anniversary of three Champions of Developed Literacy. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at http://bit.ly/2018DCLC-ChampionTix. For added information, appointment www.delcoliteracy.org or alarm 610-876-4811.
The Barnstormers Theatre in Ridley Esplanade will present “The Texas Chainsaw Musical” 8 p.m. Oct. 18, 19, 26, 27 and Oct 19-20; 26-27 an Nov. 2-3. “The Texas Chainsaw Musical,” created by Christopher Minori and Composer Cory Bytof is the adventure of a handsome consecutive killer, his ever affectionate momma, the women he loves, and the runt that charcoal everything. According to a columnist release, the appearance has “over-the-top humor, cool but accurate characters, and moving, addictive tunes beforehand us through the lives of the four capital characters as they cruise over anniversary added against an abrupt and abominable ending. Minori and Bytof will be present to accommodated at the shows on Oct. 19 and 20. To acquirement tickets, use Ticket Leap. For anxiety or to acquisition out added information, call 610-461-9969 or email [email protected] with “Reservations Texas Chainsaw” in the accountable line.
The Eddystone Ladies Auxiliary will authority a Kate Spade Bag Bingo 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at Joe Hughes Anteroom in the Eddystone Firehouse, 1112 E. 7th St. Eddystone. Tickets are $30 in beforehand and $35 at the door. Doors attainable 6 p.m. The accident is BYOB and BYOF. Raffles and 50/50 will be sold. For tickets to the bingo, alarm 610-872-5674 or 610-876-3106. Everyone must be 18 or earlier to appear and play, with no exceptions.
The Aboriginal Presbyterian Church, 2 South Chester Pike, Glenolden, will authority its 25th anniversary Thanksgiving day meal at 12 apex Thursday, Nov. 22. Anybody is arrive to allotment a Thanksgiving Day meal of turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, yams, cord beans, salad, coffee, tea and dessert. If anyone in the association knows addition who needs a meal, they can acquaintance the abbey at 610-583-1342, with the name, address, buzz cardinal and cardinal in domiciliary to accomplish a reservation. The abbey is accession items for the dinner. Items bare are turkeys adapted and uncooked, rolls, baby cans of cranberry booze and gravy, 10 “apple and attic pies, boxes of mashed potatoes, precut aluminum antithesis in box, disconnected take-out trays for commons and baby containers for pies, and stuffing. Numerous agenda boxes for deliveries to those who cannot physically attend the banquet and banking abutment to acquit cost
Anyone who wishes to advice out can alarm the appointment for added advice and leave name and cardinal . Volunteers adulatory to advice on Thanksgiving Day can beforehand from 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Eve we accommodated in Fellowship Anteroom at 7 pm. (second bottle aperture off parking lot) Volunteers are bare the anniversary afore for preparations, such as putting Map Quests on boxes, acclimation hall, ambience up tables, authoritative up trays of food. If you can advice in any way, acquaintance Robert or Norma Teta at 610- 608-6012, or Bob or Debbie Hadden at 610-352-3851 or the abbey appointment 610-583-1342. Last year, the abbey and its association volunteers delivered over 1,000 commons to 33 towns and fed over120 bodies at the chargeless sit-down dinner
Emmaus Home will host a wine and cheese affair 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish Hall, 950 Fairview Ave., Swarthmore. Emmaus Home is a faith-based non-profit in person-centered affliction for adults with autism and bookish disabilities. Amount is and will affection wine, food, fun, prizes and music with Miss K and the Hot Notes Jazz Band. The emcee and bedfellow apostle will be Jim Murray, above accustomed administrator of the Philadelphia Eagles and co-founder of the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House. Tickets are $25 online or $30 at the door. All gain will account adults with bookish disabilities at Emmaus Home, 2989 Dutton Mill Rd., Aston. For added information, alarm 484-490-5623.
The Rose Valley Chorus & Orra opens its 112TH division with the absurd Gilbert & Sullivan operetta ‘The Sorcerer,’ based on the book by William S. Gilbert and music by Arthur S. Sullivan. Performances of this absolutely staged show, accompanied by a abounding orra, booty abode at 8 p.m. Nov. 14, 15, and 17 and at 2 p.m., November 17 and 18. All performances are captivated in the amphitheater of the Strath Haven Middle School, 200 South Providence Rd., Wallingford. Tickets, attainable at the door, are $20 for adults, $17 for adults 60 and over and students, and $7 for accouchement 12 years and under. Wednesday night tickets are two- for- one. Beforehand tickets are discounted and accumulation ante for 10 or added accessory the aforementioned achievement are $12. For added advice and admonition to the theater, alarm 610-565-5010, or appointment www.rvco.org.
Residents 55 and over can apprentice how to cut some of their account costs of living, and breadth the safest places are to save what money they have, in a appropriate presentation by Robert and Dana Breslin, Esq., and Hollie A. McDonald, Organizational Planner, 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Brookhaven Municipal Building, 2 Cambridge Road, Brookhaven. The chargeless presentation is sponsored by Chief Association Services. To register, alarm Eileen at 484-496-2137.
Norwood United Methodist Church, 315 Chester Pike, Norwood, will host a autumn anniversary and a “trunk or treat” accident in Cavanagh’s Funeral Home’s parking lot, aing aperture to Norwood church. Saturday, Oct. 27. Amateur and activities will be captivated from 6-6:30 p.m., with the block or amusement from 6:30-7 p.m. p.m. Accouchement are arrive to appear for some pre-Halloween fun and to dress up, but no alarming costumes. Visit http://www.norwoodumc.org/ for all attainable events.
The Cultural Arts Forum at Neumann University will present addition appropriate copy Author’s Corner featuring author, Annabel Liu, 1:30 p.m. Friday, October 19 in the Fred P. Meagher Theatre in the Thomas A. Bruder, Jr. Activity Center on campus. A bilingual biographer who began autograph in English at the age of 75, Lui has accounting three memoirs, anniversary about a altered angle of her life. The apostle was built-in in Shanghai, China, and has accounting abounding essays, affection stories, and 11 books in Chinese and English. A aborigine of Wallingford, she accomplished journalism at Iowa Accompaniment University and the University of Tennessee. There is no admission, but chargeless will donations will be accepted. For added information, acquaintance Nicholas DiMarino at 610-558-5626 or at [email protected]
Lion’s MANE and the Rose Tree Media Academy District allure chief aborigine association to appear the Abatement Chief Citizens’ Bologna 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Penncrest Aerial School, 134 Barren Rd., Media. The accident costs $3 and includes agreeable ball and a “turkey with the trimmings” lunch. Chief citizens adulatory to appear should accelerate their names forth with acquittal by ysis payable to “Rose Tree Media Academy District” to Lion’s MANE, c/o Meg Barney, RTMSD Apprenticeship Center, 308 North Olive Street, Media, PA 19063. Acquittal should be beatific by Friday, Nov. 9. Lion’s MANE is the association beat affairs for chief citizens who abide in the Rose Tree Media Academy District. Persons with questions, ideas, or adulatory to accompany Lion’s MANE should acquaintance Meg Barney, Lion’s MANE Coordinator, at [email protected] or leave a bulletin at 610-627-6263.
Chester Eastside, Inc. is currently accepting applications for apprentice interns in the Phoenix Technology Training Program. Absorbed candidates should be aerial academy acceptance absorbed in accretion their ability of computer technology. The chic includes: Computing History, Microsoft Appointment Suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Browsing, Programming and 3D Printing. Interns appear Saturday classes, led by technology professionals and coach acceptance in the Phoenix after-school affairs during the week. For added advice or to accept an application, alarm Mrs. Warren at 610-872-4812.
The choir of Trinity Abbey and added bounded musicians will biking to Haiti in January of 2019 to participate in a collective concert with several Haitian Choirs. As allotment of their fundraising efforts, the choir will present a affairs of accepted music 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 21. “An Black Cabaret” will accommodate operetta, agreeable ball and standards articulate by accomplished musicians including Emily Frey, Tracy Sturgis, Matt Maisano and Colin Doyle. There will be music by Victor Herbert, Lehar and Cole Porter, as able-bodied as a appropriate Leonard Bernstein accolade in account of that composer’s centenary. No acceptance fee will be charged, but donations are acceptable to advice acquit the amount of aing year’s travel. Trinity Abbey is at 301 North Chester Rd., Swarthmore.
Anyone over 18-years-old who is absorbed in acceptable a Licensed Applied Nurse is arrive to appear an Attainable Abode for the Delaware County Intermediate Unit/Technical Schools Applied Nursing Affairs 5- 7 p.m. Wed. Nov. 7 from at the Marple Apprenticeship Center, 85 N. Malin Road, Broomall. Affairs graduates and administration will be present to allocution about their acquaintance and job opportunities. Appointment http://www.dciu.org/lpn or alarm 484-423-7003 to acquisition out more.
Attorney/newspaper columnist/radio allocution appearance host Christine Flowers will allege at the Delaware County Columnist Club’s account ogna 12 apex Wednesday, Oct. 17 at DiFabio’s Market & Tap, 1243 N. Providence Rd., Upper Providence. Doors will attainable for networking and allotment at 11:30 a.m. The accident is attainable to the public, but seats are bound so aboriginal allotment is suggested. To annals for the ogna , appointment wwwlthepressclubpa.org/.Walk-ins are consistently welcome.
The Association Activity Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC) will authority its 39th anniversary affair 12-2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the Springfield Country Club, 400 West Sproul Rd., Springfield. Central to the affairs will be acceptance of audience that accept fabricated cogent beforehand appear self-sufficiency. CAADC provides a array of amusing casework allowance low-income being accomplish ability including emergency shelter, capricious housing, rental assistance, account assistance, banking articulacy instruction, etc. The ogna accident will accommodate an amend on the Agency’s status, a accessory aback at the accomplished year, as able-bodied as awards to supporters of the Agency. The beforehand sponsor for this accident is Boeing. Anyone absorbed in accessory should acquaintance CAADC at (610) 833-4442.
Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College will authority a abatement anniversary with a appropriate address by Tom Coward, arch agriculturalist at Garvetye Manor in England,
4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21 in the Lang Music Building on Swarthmore College Campus. The accident is chargeless and attainable to the public. A adulatory accession will be captivated afterwards the lecture, “Gravetye Manor: A Menu from the Garden” Coward will altercate the history of the garden and explain the assignment complex in growing for one of the finest restaurants in the UK. The garden at Gravetye Manor was aboriginal accustomed in 1885 by the advocate agriculturalist and biographer William Robinson. Central to his conception is a 1.5-acre egg-shaped belted garden, which was altogether advised to aftermath bake-apple and vegetables for the estate. Afterwards a aeon of neglect, the garden was adequate in 2010 and is now managed to accommodate the Manor’s Michelin brilliant restaurant with ingredients. Annals at scottarboretum.org or alarm 610-328-8025.
Congregation Ohev Shalom of Wallingford will participate in HIAS’ National Refugee Shabbat, during which Jews beyond the country will booty activity for refugees. On Saturday, Oct. 20, Julie Kornfeld, agents advocate for the International Refugee Abetment Project, will be the bedfellow apostle at Ohev’s Shabbat account to abutment those gluttonous abandon from abandon and persecution. The 9 a.m. account will be captivated in the synagogue’s altar at 2 Chester Rd. Kornfeld will allege at about 10:30. For added information, alarm 610- 874-1465 or appointment ohev.net.
Delaware County Association College will authority a abatement attainable abode 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1 in the Large Auditorium in the Bookish Building on the Marple Campus, 901 S. Media Band Road, Media. Prospective acceptance and their families are arrive to apprentice about the advantages of accessory Delaware County Association College. Attendees can yze added than 80 bookish programs, accommodated adroitness associates and admissions staff, acquisition out about alteration partnerships with breadth four-year colleges and apprentice about banking aid opportunities. International acceptance are acceptable to appear a appropriate blemish affair about enrolling at the College as J-1 or F-1 acceptance holders. Guided tours will additionally be offered, and admissions agents and baddest adroitness associates will be on-hand to acknowledgment questions. To annals to attend, appointment www.dccc.edu/openhouse or alarm 610-723-4000.
Dr. Monica McGoldrick will allege about issues that access ancestors dynamics at a appropriate Neumann University address 10 a.m. Saturday, November 3 in the Schmidt Multipurpose Room. Dr. McGoldrick is a assistant of ytic attitude at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical Academy and administrator of the Multicultural Ancestors Institute in Highland Park, New Jersey. The columnist of several acknowledged books, Dr. McGoldrick speaks on issues such as culture, class, loss, the ancestors activity cycle, genograms, remarried families, and siblings. Three of her books accept become abstract in her field, and she has accustomed the American Ancestors Therapy Academy Award. She is best accepted for her assignment on genograms. Since her 1985 work, Genograms: Assessment and Intervention, she has been an able in creating, interpreting, and applying the abstraction to counseling.
After McGoldrick’s presentation, Dr. Gail Shanley Corso, Dr. Claudia Marie Kovach, and Sr. Suzanne Mayer, will allege from 12:30-3 p.m. about aspects of ancestors systems as they are shaped by Irish heritage. To apprentice added and assets amplitude for the lecture, alarm 610-558-5572.
The Chester Aerial Academy Chic of 1968 will have its 50th Chic Alliance 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24 at the Lazaretto Ballroom, 99 Wanamaker Ave., Essington. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by sending a ysis or money adjustment to C.H.S. Chic of 1968. The Mailing Abode is CHS Chic Of 1968 P.O. Box 2274 Boothwyn, Pa. 19061. For those acute accommodations, the alliance board aloof apartment at the Springhill Suites in Ridley Park. For ante and reservations, which charge be fabricated by Nov. 2, alarm 610-915-6600. For added information, call Sylvia Jennings Hicks at 610-876-2286 or Andrew Jackson at 814-574-9777.
New Avenue Foundation operates a Friday Night Coffeehouse from 5-9 p.m. at Tree of Activity Church, 933 Baltimore Pike, Springfield. Acceptance to “Our Association Cup Coffeehouse” is by donation and anniversary anniversary there is banquet and ambrosia and alive ball acts. Anybody of all abilities is welcome. The attainable October calendar includes Out of Darkness and karaoke on Oct. 19 and Silver Wind and Attainable Mic on Oct. 26. For added advice or to be included in the attainable aptitude lineup, alarm Jim Wurster at 610-246-8939.
Additionally, New Avenue Foundation hosts the TLC Attainable Mic and Parent Abutment Accumulation from 7:30-9:30 p.m. on the aboriginal and additional Monday of the ages at Temple Lutheran Church. Individuals, families, those with appropriate needs, entertainers, and anybody abroad are welcome. The attainable mic includes music, comedy, poetry, puppets, magic, karaoke and more. There is no cost, but donations for aliment and booze are appreciated. For added information, alarm the abbey at 610-446-3270 or e-mail [email protected]
New Avenue Foundation, based in Delaware County, is a grassroots, nonprofit alignment comprised of families who are absorbed in creating avant-garde programs and casework for bodies with adorning disabilities and autism.
St. Thomas Added Catholic Boys Aerial Academy (STM) chic of 1948 will bless the seventieth anniversary of their graduation from aerial academy 7-11 p.m., Friday, October 19 at the Oaks Ballroom, Oak Ave., Glenolden. The anniversary includes a cafe dinner, music and dancing, raffles, bashful auction, and banknote bar. Amount is $40 in beforehand and $45 at the door. Acquaintance Fran Donegan, 610-299-7449, for added advice or tickets.
Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, will present NDECHU at its aing Friday Night Alive event, October 19. While guests c to the blue music of NDECHU, artists Sally Paynter and Jospeh Iacona will actualize art live. Created works will be attainable for acquirement via bashful bargain behest captivated throughout the evening. Doors attainable at 7 p.m., adulatory candy are provided and attendees are additionally acceptable to accompany their own aliment and beverages. All ages are welcome. Accouchement beneath 17 charge be accompanied by an developed (must be 21 to accompany or absorb alcohol). Acceptance is $15, $10 for Association Arts Center associates and chargeless to CAC benefactors. Accouchement 12 and beneath are $5. NDICHU brings a deluge of agreeable aptitude that extends over decades, with bassist Frank Pagliante, bagman Mario Flameni, keyboardist Dean Sophocles, multi-instrumentalist Julius Brown, and diva Liz Ndichu.
For added information, active admonition or tickets,contact the Arts Center at 610-566-1713, appointment www.communityartscenter.org, or chase them on Facebook.
The Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) will host an Apprenticeship Ability Fair 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Friday, Nov. 2 at the DCIU Morton Apprenticeship Center, Apartment 171-172, 200 Yale Avenue, Morton. The fair is attainable to all Delaware County association who are attractive for employment, a career change, and/or to added their education. Attendees will accept an befalling to apprentice about assorted tools, services, programs and assorted avenues which can beforehand to accomplishing their career and apprenticeship goals. Representatives from bounded colleges, universities and agencies who can accommodate abetment and advice on resume development, clearing services, annal expungement and job appliance abetment will be available. Attendees will additionally accept the befalling to administer for positions on site.
For nformations, call DCIU Aboriginal Arch Start/Head Start at 610-938-2845.
Delaware County Association College’s New Music Concert Alternation will achieve its abatement division with a achievement by NakedEye Ensemble blue-blooded “Time’s Illusion” 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 in the Large Auditorium of the Bookish Building on the Marple Campus, 901 South Media Band Rd., Media. “Time’s Illusion” is a collaborative allotment activity amid NakedEye and The National Watch and Clock Museum, the better specialized building of horology in the U.S. Both are based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
General acceptance is $10 and tickets are attainable online or at the door. Chargeless acceptance for acceptance of bounded colleges, universities and aerial schools. ADA Assistive Listening Devices, attainable basement and chargeless parking are available. For added information, appointment dccc.edu/concerts or acquaintance Caitlin Flaherty, Supervisor of Arts Administration, at 610-359-5266.
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