Tuesday, September 25 at 6 PM – 9 PM
75 E.Lancaster Avenue
The Lower Merion Township Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) invites all residents of Lower Merion Township to a Sustainable Energy Workshop to learn more about climate change, its practical implications for our Township and potential steps towards a sustainable future.
Join members of the EAC for:
● Panel discussions with experts from academia, industry and government
● Q&A session with elected Commissioners, panelists and EAC members
Light refreshments will be served.
June 28 – Pet Night – Dinner & A Movie Night: Secret Life of Pets
July 5 – Fitness Night
July 12 – Bingo Night
July 19 – Superhero Night – Dinner & A Movie Night: Wonder Woman
July 26 – Christmas in July – Dinner & A Movie Night: Elf
August 2 – Nature Night
August 9 – Open Mic Night
August 16 – Campfire & S’mores Night
August 23 – Throwback Thursday Night – Dinner & A Movie Night: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Full list of weekly vendors, specials, activities and more click here: http://manayunk.com/news-and-events/events/stroll-the-street.html
Thursday, June 28 – Yappy Hour: The Laurels Ribbon Cutting & Cocktail Celebration 6 to 8pm We will be celebrating the official launch of The Laurels, West Laurel Hill’s Pet Services, Cemetery and Aquamation Center. Join us for our grand opening cocktail reception at our Pet Center and learn more about our pet offerings. Conveniently located on the grounds of West Laurel Hill in a private area, The Laurels is a serene sanctuary; a perfect resting place for your special family member. Well behaved pets welcome! This event is free and open to the public. RSVP by June 25th to firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-668-9900.
Preregistration is required by emailing: email@example.com
Calling all time travelers, archaeologists, and dreamers …we’re going on a journey! In each week-long session, artists ages 4-18, explore painting, ceramics, jewelry, digital art, photography and more through creative projects inspired by our theme “Time Warp: Art Through the Ages!”. Half-day, full-day, and extended-care options available. Pre-teens and teens have their own programs where they can select their mediums and build the perfect summer! Each week-long sessions ends with a Friday Art Party & Exhibition in our galleries! Discounts for multiple sessions and siblings, and scholarships and financial assistance are available. Call us today for a brochure, or visit our website to register online: www.mainlineart.org 610.525.0272
Narberth Community Library have FREE museum passes to the Constitution Center, Elmwood Park Zoo, Mutter Museum, American Revolution Museum, and the African-American Museum.
We cannot reserve or hold the passes. Call us (610)664-2878, we will inform you if the pass you seek are in. You have the passes for 24 hours. Passes cannot be returned in the drop box outside.
Narberth Community Library is always working to provide our community with exciting opportunities that go beyond our walls to engage individuals, couples, and families with the world around us.
Our passes are accessible to ANYONE with a library card in the Montgomery County System.
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
We are looking for members of the community to help work at 6 sites along the Trail.
Our first Seasonal Workday will be the weekend of April 7 and 8. Both days we will work from 9 AM to noon.
Cynwyd Station, the Basin, Barmouth, the Swales, the Bridge, and the Spaventa overlook. We will be mulching, cleaning, planting.