April 7th – Community Coffee Chat

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Stop in and join Jason DeVries, owner of Blue Band Coffee (Local Roaster) as he discusses the major stops along the supply-chain-train involved in bringing coffee from the farmers Crop to your Cup. During this intimate coffee-talk he will discuss both the large and incredibly small variables which impact the coffee you drink. Attendees will also be able to taste some distinctly different coffees and learn why they each taste so unique. Snacks will also be served.

11 AM – 12:30 PM
Belmont Hills Community Center
50 Ashland Ave, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

March 31st – Ardmore Annual Easter Egg Hunt

 

Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Come join the Ardmore Business Association on Saturday, March 31st, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., for our annual Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt. All children between the ages of 3 and 12 and their families are welcome!

The fun starts out with a meet and greet with the Easter Bunny at Schauffele Plaza (municipal lot next to Bella Italia Pizza, 10 E. Lancaster Avenue).  The kids will then seek and find Easter eggs at participating businesses throughout the Ardmore business district.

Afterwards, please join us for an Easter celebration at Jack McShea’s Pub, 34 Lancaster Avenue.

For more information, or if you’re a business owner who’d like to participate, please e-mail Paul Baker at pbaker@farmersagent.com.

 

May 19th – Merion Meeting History Festival

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Save the date for the second Merion Meeting History Festival: Saturday, May 19 10-3. Activities are planned for families including carriage rides, a Quaker Wedding and 19th century crafts and games as well as exhibits on Quaker families and the Underground Railroad. Come meet Lucretia Mott and William Still! Event is free; there are small fees for certain activities and period food.

Merion Friends Meeting House
615 Montgomery Ave, Merion Station 19066
Saturday, May 19 at 10 AM – 3 PM

 

 

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Contractor Complaints (Lower Merion Township)

If you have a complaint about a contractor it must be put in writing. Your options are as follows:

1. Contact the State of Pennsylvania attorney general to file a complaint;

Click here to file a complaint. The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General receives more than 50,000 complaints and referrals each year, which allows them to fight on your behalf. You can submit a complaint online or by printing out and sending a form into their office. The more information you provide, the better they can help you.A registry of complaints is kept on file.

2. Send a letter to lower Merion township;

Township Administration Building
75 East Lancaster Avenue
Ardmore, PA 19003-2323
Attn: Building and Planning Dept

All contractors who are licensed and insured have a file with Lower Merion Township and the letter will be added to the file.

You can contact the LM Township Building and Planning Dept at 610-645-6200 prior to the start of any job to inquire if there are complaints on file. However, you must go to the township in person to review a file.

3. Contact your commissioner:

If you do not know who that is. CLICK HERE to find out how to contact your commissioner.

 

2018 – Low-cost shot & microchip clinic

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This will be the first of our 1st Saturday morning of every month shot clinics in Delaware County, at different Beneficial Bank locations! Hosted by Providence Animal Hospital.

March 3rd  on Saturday at 10 AM – 12 PM

Beneficial Bank (Springfield, PA)
537 Baltimore Pike, Springfield 19064

Save the date for our future Saturday clinics: 4/7, 5/5, 6/2, 7/6, 8/4, 9/1, 10/6, 11/3, 12/1.

Shots range from $10-$20 and include Dewormer, Distemper, Bordetella, Rabies, Lepto, Canine Flu (both offered), Lyme, FeLV (felines). $35 per microchip, includes lifetime registration. No appointment is necessary. Must be in line by 11:30am. Dogs must be leashed. Cats must be in carriers. Cash & major credit cards accepted.

*At every offsite shot & microchip clinic in March, we will be offering $10 core vaccines and $25 microchips to Pit Bulls in honor of our Pit Bull Celebration Month.

Feb 27th – LMSD and LMPD: Community and School collaborations

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“LMSD and LMPD: Community and School collaborations

THE Lower Merion Police Department and Lower Merion School District: A COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
7:00pm
Cynwyd Elementary School Library
101 W. Levering Mill Road
Bala Cynwyd

Learn more about the Lower Merion Police Department and how they interact with Lower Merion School District schools and elementary and middle school students.

Officer Josephine Murray, Community Relations Officer from LMPD, along with Juvenile Detectives, will lead this discussion and respond to questions from our parent participants regarding LMPD programs in LMSD including “Story Time” and “Q & A”. Officer Murray will also provide valuable information on social media, bullying and other issues of importance to parents/guardians of elementary and middle school- aged students.

Presented through a collaboration by the LMSD Student Services Department, the Interschool Council, Cynwyd Elementary School HSA and the Lower Merion Police Department.

Please join us”