Join former Librarian Chris Jackson and fellow book-lovers in a stimulating discussion of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by C.S.Lewis. This classic fantasy, first published in 1950, has been enchanting the hearts and imaginations of millions for generations, with its story of four siblings who, with the help of a Lion named Aslan, must overcome their own failings to become heroes of a better world.
On Tuesday, June 27, 2017 members of Lower Merion Community Network (LMCN) gathered for their fifth annual Summer Connection Event at Sontuosa BYOB Restaurant, a new eatery in Bryn Mawr Village. Guests enjoyed a sumptuous menu prepared by Chef/Owner/Visionary Ernesto Guzman. LMCN was founded in 2010 by Belmont Hills resident Karen Ebbert, as a group on Facebook to create a supportive online and real world community that would benefit local businesses and residents. The group has grown to a membership of over 16,000 members, serving as a resource and place to bring out the community in all of us. Bob Coleman, Stacy Harbaugh, Seth Samuel, Jamie Moss and Zack Samuel attended the event.
CLICK HERE to see all the pictures: LMCN members gather for their fifth annual Summer Connection event
Do you dream of joining a supper club? How about one that’s all outdoors with your choice of fare from 11 different restaurants and bars?
This September, set aside Wednesday evenings for Supper Sessions on the Avenue, a brand-new series curated by Mt. Airy USA that will transform a block of Germantown Avenue into an alfresco dining destination every week.Supper Sessions On The Avenue Fast FactsDine alfresco in Mt. Airy every Wednesday through September, 5-11 p.m.The 7100 block of Germantown Avenue will be closed to traffic.
Over 10 different restaurants and bars will serve up food and drinks outdoors.Live music will accompany the experience.Many area organizations and businesses will offer extended hours.Replacing the annual Mt. Airy Street Fare, this food-centric event closes the 7100 block of Germantown Avenue to traffic from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. every Wednesday in September, enabling you to grab a table under the stars and enjoy the early-autumn weather over food and drinks.
Choose to dine outside one of the block’s numerous restaurants and bars (Alma Mater, Chef Ken’s, Cresheim Valley Grain Exchange, Earth Bread + Brewery, Golden Crust, Juice Room, Jyoti, McMenamin’s Tavern, Mi Puebla and Trattoria Moma), many of which will offer special menus for the occasion.As you settle in and relax, musicians perform along the street to add the perfect ambiance to your meal.Before or after dinner, guests can participate in pop-up events along the avenue hosted by community organizations.
Many businesses on the block will welcome visitors with later hours and some of the gallery and theater spaces will host special activities.Click here for more information.Mark your calendars now and get ready for four midweek nights (September 7, 14, 21 and 28) of delicious fun!
The Township’s got a pretty spiffy new look online. Check out the all-new www.lowermerion.org.
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Want to be part of an exciting community project? Help People Light and Theatre collect 250 pairs of shoes by August 10th. Artist Noah Scalin’s amazing body of work includes installations made up entirely of everyday objects. Noah will be creating the production artwork for next season’s opener THE MOUNTAINTOP by Katori Hall and, you guessed it, he’ll be using shoes. Stop by to donate a pair or two in any style, color, or size. Receptacles will be available in the Leonard C. Haas and Steinbright lobbies over the next two weeks.
People Light and Theatre
39 Conestoga Road
Shoes will be donated to those in need after the artwork is created.
Be sure to check out more of Noah’s work here: http://bit.ly/1qYLfdU
It was a beautiful and exciting day for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Great turnout with lots of familiar faces. Stunning views! Looking forward to seeing everyone biking and walking on the new bridge!
PUBLIC ACCESS TV: Partnership with Radnor channel is attracting Lower Merion TV hosts and coverage – WAYNE >> It may have taken nearly a year to decide the next chapter for public access television in Lower Merion, but township residents have quickly been interested in the possibilities.