Looking for something to do with the kids? Radnor Memorial Library and Radnor Conservancy present the Wayne Historic Walk! Enjoy today’s beautiful weather with this scavenger hunt around town. Stop by the library REcollection to pick up a packet, then visit 7 historic buildings in a picturesque 1-mile walk through downtown Wayne.
Come connect with the U.S. EPA Mid-Atlantic Region, Citizens Climate Lobby, Clean Air Council and other environmental organizations, as well as groups such as GMO Free PA, Kalyana Centre and Roughwood Seed Collection.
Walk over or ride your bike. A free bike valet will be provided!
-Feasting on locally-sourced organic food and beverages from JPM Catering and Events, The Juice Merchant & Mompops
-Test riding bicycles from Firth & Wilson Transport Cycles in the “pop-up” protected bike lane-Checking out eco-cars from Armen Chevrolet and Springfield Hyundai-Learning about local beekeeping from We Bee Brothers
-Participating in eco-friendly activities and crafts
-Listening to music by Grip It & Rip It
-Buying “pick your prize” raffle tickets for incredible prizes from local businesses.
-Learning a simple Hula from Aloha Style Polynesian Dance
-Shopping for local produce at the “pop-up” Green Zebra Farm stand-Reading about horticultural classes offered at The Barnes Foundation in Merion
-Exploring Narberth Bookshop’s lovingly crafted selection of books focused on environmental sustainability
-Brightening up your garden with new perennials from the Plant Swap and Sale
-Swapping toys, household goods, kids’ clothes
-Donating eyeglasses to the Bala Cynwyd/Narberth Lions Club
-Purchasing books at the Narberth Community Library Used Book Sale
-Hearing about Montgomery County Planning Commission’s “Walk Montco” walkability initiative
-Exploring the rich history of the borough with the Friends of Narberth HistoryPresented by the Narberth Civic Association.
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What will the Rail Park project – our own version of New York City’s High Line – mean for both urban and exurban Philadelphians?
How has the Indego bike sharing program dramatically improved people’s lives in neighborhoods throughout the city?
(Program will start promptly at 7:15)
- Melissa Muroff – President, Roofmeadow
- Melissa Kim – Board Secretary, Friends of the Rail Park
- Andrew Stober – Co-developer of the Indego bike sharing program
Spring Festival 春まつり
Hosted by Maido in Armore
Saturday, April 15 at 11 AM – 4 PM
5 E Lancaster Ave, Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Come have a taste of Japan—for FREE at Maido! Sample Japanese snacks and drinks from our market and selected items from guest chefs! Japan has the highest percentage of people living past the age of 100, so they must be eating right! You can too!
Food & Drink
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SPRING StrEAT FOOD FESTIVAL/RESTAURANT WEEK: On Sunday, April 9 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., taste everything from savory BBQ to sweet desserts from over 50 of Philadelphia’s best food trucks at Spring StrEAT Food Festival! Head to Main Street to purchase homemade oils, spices, and jams from the gourmet food vendors, and stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables at the farm stand. From sidewalk sales to promotions, see all that our Manayunk merchants have to offer as we welcome spring.
Following StrEAT, Spring Manayunk Restaurant Week will be held Monday, April 10 – Friday, April 21! Check out participating Manayunk restaurant menu offerings from some of the neighborhood’s finest eateries with $15, $25, and $35 price ranges. Your taste buds won’t want to miss out on this two-week-long event!
For an up-to-date list of all vendors, check out http://manayunk.com/news-and-events/events/spring-streat-food-festival.html
Join us for a Community Conversation. ~ How do we listen and build relationships to enhance our collective strength?~ How can we discover common ground and community in a diverse world?Ronnie Polaneczky, a Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News columnist and TEDxPhilly presenter, will lead our conversation, bringing people of differing views into a caring and constructive conversation. Her insights on listening and constructive dialog are not to be missed and will make a difference in your life.BY
RESERVING A SPACE FOR THIS EVENT, PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS A FORUM FOR RESPECTFUL CONVERSATION ONLY.
DATE AND TIME
Thu, April 6, 2017
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Ithan Hall at Christ Church, Ithan
536 Conestoga Road
Villanova, PA 19085
ZooCREW or Zoo Champions for Restoring Endangered Wildlife has been a volunteer program at the Philadelphia Zoo since 2006.
Dinner Specials for $25, $35 or $45*
Other great discounts available. Check with your restaurant of choice for their special offers.
Reservations are in great demand!
FREE PARKING after 5pm
*Tax, alcohol, and gratuity not included.