SWARTHMORE — Community Arts Center’s annual Good Arts and Crafts Competition returns to Park Avenue in Swarthmore, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23.

Presented by Wendy Cotton and Len Orlando, the no cost family competition functions initial, juried fine artwork from more than 50 area and regional artists and also features are living audio, an art raffle, and kids’ things to do. Proceeds will guidance applications at the nonprofit Community Arts Center in Wallingford.

The competition is sponsored by Acre Windows, Law Places of work of Joseph Lesniak, Of Aspen Curated Items, Plush Mills Senior Residing, Rose Valley Asset Management, Swarthmore City Middle, The Swarthmorean, and Stop by Delco, PA.

The festival provides primary artwork and fine craft perform in watercolor, oil and acrylic painting, combined media, ceramics, fiber, glass, jewellery, metallic, pastel, photography, pottery, printmaking, and sculpture. No mechanical reproductions are permitted.  Attendees can fulfill and invest in artwork immediately from the in excess of 50 taking part artists, in addition get a glimpse at how pottery is manufactured on the wheel with demos by Bob Deane.

The competition options a selection of musical performances by community musicians, including Jessica Graae, Rev. Chris, Shortwave, Swarthmore Ukulele Orchestra and Greg Brady.

Competition attendees can also get data about the arts middle and choose a opportunity in the art raffle. With a tie-dying table and children’s activity tables, the pageant is pleasurable for all ages.

Volunteers will be on hand to support youngsters make a craft to consider property. Attendees can purchase food from the Swarthmore Co-Op organized food items division as nicely as from other eating places in town.

Collaborating artists will consist of Nilanjan Bhowmik, Colleen Manufacturer, Jane Broadbent, Elisabeth Grown, Andrea Bruno, Maxine Burkholder, Sara Gurns, Maria Cartwright, Charlene Clark, Bob Deane, Marla Erlichman, Michele Fairley, Heather Femine, Lynn Fleming, Joseph Forbes, Joanne Frazier, Feanna Haldeman, Erica Harney, Karen Heenan, Bridget Hughes, Gretchen Hulse, Madeleine Kelly, Suzanne Kent, Kevin Koethe, Marie Koethe, Janet Kofoed, Melanie Landrith, Meg Lemieur, Aisha Lockridge, Jennifer Loyle, Shannon Mcclay, Jen McCleary, Dori McClennen, Alecia Miller, Tracey O’hara, Saurabh Oza, Barbara Peirce Krusen, Lorri Primavera, Tina Pritchard, Tamara Rue, Tom Rupnicki,, Tracy Shue, Jeffrey Stambaugh, Patricia Tolton, Claire Tomlinson, Yandong Wang, Abe Warren and Paul Woolf.

For far more information and facts, visit http://www.fineartsandcraftsfestival.org or http://www.communityartscenter.org.

The High-quality Arts and Crafts Festival is offered by the Group Arts Middle, which offers a range of art courses for youngsters and grown ups, summer camp, exhibitions, dwell audio occasions, and wedding space rentals at its historic residence in Wallingford.

MLT’s Power Ladies Summit to honor 21 remarkable nearby gals

One particular of Most important Line Nowadays Magazine’s most well-known events of the 12 months is set to return on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Drexelbrook Catering & Occasion Middle in Drexel Hill.

The 2023 Electric power Women Summit will identify 21 remarkable ladies who are making a beneficial impact in the organizations, companies and communities that they direct and serve across the Primary Line and western suburbs.

This year’s Ability Girls honorees will be exposed and profiled in Principal Line Today’s Oct situation, on MainLineToday.com and celebrated in person at the Power Women of all ages Summit.

“We are fortunate to have amazing girls leaders in the Delaware Valley. The Ability Gals Summit presents us an chance to share some of their stories and with any luck , encourage all of us to arrive at bigger and go after new prospects.” reported Main Line Nowadays Publisher Michael Reath.

Summit attendees will enjoy lunch, networking alternatives, an expo, and a much-predicted discussion among NBC10 news anchor Tracy Davidson and exclusive guest Sue Weldon, CEO & Founder, Unite for HER, a nationwide nonprofit that provides absolutely free integrative therapies, solutions and support to these influenced by breast and ovarian cancers.

Just about every year, Electricity Women honorees are selected by the Most important Line Right now editorial crew from nominations submitted by the group.

The summit has broad support from companies and businesses including WSFS Bank/Bryn Mawr Rely on, Academy of Notre Dame de Namur, Roots Landscape, Almost nothing Bundt Cakes, Main Line Home Concierge, Rented Grandeur, Closets by Design and style, Drexelbrook Catering & Celebration Center, NBC10/Telemundo, Lifting your V.O.I.C.E., Realm Good & Trend Jewellery, Culture of Experienced Ladies and Most important Line Chamber of Commerce, Chameleon Day Spa, Pics by Todd, Valley Creek Productions and MRS Audio Visual and the Electricity Women of all ages NextGen sponsor Comcast Business enterprise.

This plan marketed out in 2022 and is envisioned to provide out all over again this calendar year. For more facts and to purchase tickets, pay a visit to http://MainLineToday.com or phone 610-325-4630.

Christ Church Media holds rummage sale

Christ Church Media, 311 S. Orange St., Media, will host a rummage sale in the church’s St. Joseph Hall, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16.

For extra information and facts, phone the church office at 610-566-7525.

Brandywine Battlefield Park’s next guest in Groundbreaking Speaker Sequence

The Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates will current Andrew Outten, the historic system supervisor of the Society of the Cincinnati and its American Revolution Institute in Washington as its up coming speaker in the Groundbreaking Speaker Sequence at Brandywine Battlefield Park, from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23.

The system will concentration on William Faden, a single of the most influential British mapmakers in the late 18th century.

Faden reproduced his 1778 map of the Fight of Brandywine in 1784 with major alterations. Drawing from his current research, Outten examines the motives guiding the creation of a afterwards version and the basic complexities of map production in the 18th century.

Absolutely everyone is welcome to show up at this lecture, with time for issues and answers.

Following the presentation, friends can take a look at the park’s show gallery, join a single or the two afternoon tours and love some gentle refreshments. Tickets are $20 and available on Eventbrite Revolutionary Speaker Series.

Brandywine Battlefield Park is a Countrywide Historical Landmark  on 52 acres in Chadds Ford. It is portion of the website of the Struggle of Brandywine fought on Sept. 11, 1777. The website is administered by the Pennsylvania Historic & Museum Commission with the assistance of the Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates. For additional data, go to http://www.brandywinebattlefield.org.

St John Neumann to keep large garage sale

The gigantic garage sale at St John Neumann Church, 380 Highland Lane, Bryn Mawr, is prepared for Saturday, Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday Oct. 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

This is a big fundraiser for the parish, wherever individuals in the neighborhood can hunt for treasures at bargain prices. All objects are donated by parishioners.

The sale is held in two indoor places on the assets. For more facts, check out https://sjnparish.org.

Little ones invited to superhero exciting wander

Parkside Democrats and Pals will hold a cost-free Superhero Loved ones Exciting Stroll, 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30 at Parkside’s Woodlot Park, situated at the end of Park Valley Lane.

Little ones are encouraged to show up at dressed as their favored superhero, genuine or imaginary, as they walk the Ford Physical fitness Trail.

Volunteers will be set up alongside the path with things to do and games for the superheroes to exhibit off their expertise, gain prizes, and conquer the villains. Contact [email protected] with concerns or to volunteer.

Delco Sporting activities Legends Museum presents DVD saluting golden age of baseball and America’s Greatest Era

The Athletics Legends of Delaware County Museum is saluting the golden age of baseball and this country’s Finest Generation with a DVD termed “Ballfield to Battlefield and Back again: From FDR to JFK.”  The DVD characteristics 60 minutes of color footage of WW II and Korean War-period important league players from 1939 by way of the 1950s.

The Sports Legends of Delaware County Museum (SLDC) is saluting the golden age of baseball and this country's "Greatest Generation" with a DVD called "Ballfield to Battlefield and Back--From FDR to JFK.

Far more than 80 gamers in the DVD who served in the armed service, such as 40 users of the Corridor of Fame, are discovered, together with their department of company.

Amongst the Corridor of Fame veterans highlighted are Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Bob Feller, Warren Spahn, Hank Greenberg, Jackie Robinson and Yogi Berra.

All of these highlighted have been experienced ballplayers prior to WW II, served their region all through WW II and then returned to the ballfield. Ted Williams was known as to provide all over again in the course of the Korean war.

The DVD also capabilities four presidents — Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy — throwing out the first ball in Washington. There is also colour footage of Babe Ruth Working day at Yankee Stadium in 1947 and of the famous Honus Wagner when he was a mentor for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

This nationwide treasure was filmed and narrated by two previous significant league players, George Case (6-time stolen foundation champion and four time all-star) and Mickey Vernon (two-time batting winner and 7 -time all-star).

For info on how to receive this DVD for that distinctive lover of the WW II and Korean War period, contact Jim Vankoski at the SLDC Museum at 610-909-4919 or e-mail [email protected].

Audience can send out neighborhood information and images to Peg DeGrassa at [email protected].


By Indana