Friday, January 19, 2018

Get Your Green On Songs

with the help of Youtube


It's Not Easy Being Green Kermit the Frog


Green Mansions Van Morrison


Green River Credence

Green Onions Book T. and the M.G.'s

Green Tambourine The Lemon Pipers

Ballad of the Green Beret Sgt Barry Sadler



Fly E A G L E S Fly at the Linc

Nothing says it more than this presented by
stadiumandarenavisit on Youtube





Encore by the South Philadelphia String Band because 
the song never gets old.



🦅
EAGLES FANS are not scary just PUMPED.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Upcoming Weekend Events January 19 - 21

Weekend 

Jan. 19 Coffee and Conversation with State Representative James R. Santora R-163 of Upper Darby at his Clifton Heights office located at 6 South Springfield Road 7 - 9 a.m.  

Students at Framingham State University (FSU) in Massachusetts will speak with astronauts living, working, and doing research aboard the International Space Station at 12:15 p.m. EST Friday, Jan. 19. The 20-minute, Earth-to-space call will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website.

Jan. 19 MIL-TEAMUSA hosts Warrior Night at Media VFW Post 3460 located at  11 Hilltop Road in Media, 7 p.m. for active, reserve and ROTC members. Tickets $30 must be purchased in advance.

Jan. 19 - 21 Philly Home Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. 

Jan. 19 The Oliver Evans Chapter/Society for Industrial Archeology (OESIA)
will hol their  our 33rd Annual Dinner and Talk
THE MAIN LINE AIRPORT: MAKING AVIATION HISTORY FOR 50 YEARS.  An Illustrated Lecture by Roger D. Thorne, Board Chairman, Tredyffrin-Easttown Historical Society at The Desmond Hotel, One Liberty Blvd., Malvern. located just off Rt. 202 at Rt. 29
5:30 Cash Bar    6:00 Buffet Dinner    7:00 Program COST: $50.00 per person. Please register with Larry DeYoung by email larry.deyoung@mac.com or call him at (610) 293-9098, leave a message if he’s out with your name, contact information and number of people in your party.  You can pay by check at the dinner payable to “Oliver Evans SAI.”

 
Jan. 20 - March 25 Orchidpalooza at Longwood Gardens.

Jan. 20 Women's March on Philadelphia Ben Franklin Parkway 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Jan. 20 Garnet Valley Alumnus and Temple U., senior Paul Kruegaer hosts a film festival at Rachel Kohl Library 7 - 10 p.m. 


Jan. 21 Cats, Coffee and Cati at Providence Animal Center. We are taking our 3 favorite things and putting them together for a trifecta of fun! Come pot a cactus, hang out with adoptable cats and drink some delicious coffee from Hobbs Coffee! Your lifesaving $35 cover donation includes: All your cacti planting supplies, unlimited feline affection and your first cup of joe.  All while supporting the homeless pets at Providence Animal Center! Coffee generously donated by Hobbs Coffee in Swarthmore. Advance tickets sales only. 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

 
Jan. 21 E A G L E S 6:40 p.m.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Things to Stock Up for the Big Game

Wings to help those Eagles ....Fly Eagles Fly

Green Garb anything green goes but if it has an Eagle emblem on it all the better. Get your green on Now.

Philly Cheese Steak Why? Yo! it Philly baby.

Beer I don't drink it but if you are 21 and some one else is driving, you can have "a" beer.

Carvel ice cream makes a "football" ice cream cake but the official ice cream of the Philadelphia Eagles is Turkey Hill.

Anything green that graces the table is healthy, veggies and fruit are fine selections.

Tastykake it's another Philly thing, a little high in calories but if you share it's ok and they do make mini's now. 

Hoagies are a hit at any party.You can get a variety, there is something for everyone. Hots on the side if you hafta.

Soft pretzels, calmly smother it in mustard, sit down relax and watch the rest of the game, it's all good. 

The most important thing we can all bring to the table is the "Power of Positive Thinking". On Sunday think GREEN and Fly Eagles Fly. 

Look for my suggested Green Songs playlist on Friday.

These recommendations surely do not apply to season ticket holders and the tailgate regime, they are in a league all their own and far surpass my expertise as a lowly stay at home watch 'em on television, but I am with you my brothers and sisters. Philly Strong 🦅

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Upcoming Events January 16 - 18

Now thru Jan. 16 Friend of Middletown Free Library Book Sale Paperbacks and Children's Books 3/$1.00 Cookbooks $0.50/each

Now - Jan. 26 Center City Philadelphia Restaurant Week.

Jan. 16 Beekeeper, Edward Pieters presents Understanding the honey bee and the fundamentals of keeping bees.11:3o a.m. at Aston Public Library. Honey will be available to purchase. Register to attend, seating is limited.


Jan. 16 History After Hours Returns at the Museum of the American Revolution 5-8 p.m. $10 Tickets.  
Jan. 16  The Secret of Tuxedo Park on PBS 9 p.m.reveals the little known details of the life of Alfred Lee Loomis and his mission to gather the most visionary minds of the twentieth century.


Jan. 17 Students from 10 schools in Idaho will speak with a NASA astronaut, Joe Acaba living and working aboard the International Space Station at 11:25 a.m. The 20-minute, Earth-to-space call will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website.
 
Jan. 17 The Newtown Square Historical Society presents the electrical experiments of Benjamin Franklin at 7:00 p.m. at the Dunwoody Village auditorium come out to watch (and perhaps participate!) in. Located at 3500 West Chester Pike in Newtown Square.

Jan. 18 Learn about progress made toward achieving the Healthy People 2020 Injury and Violence Leading Health Indicators. This webinar will focus on the injury deaths leading health indicator, with an emphasis on preventing poisoning deaths and opioid overdoses. You’ll also learn how Project Lazarus, our featured community organization, is reducing overdose mortality rates through a public health model based on the twin premises that overdose deaths are preventable and that all communities are responsible for their own health. Motor vehicle crashes, homicide, domestic and school violence, child abuse and neglect, suicide, and unintentional drug overdoses are important public health concerns in the United States. In addition to their immediate health impact, the effects of injuries and violence extend well beyond the injured person or victim of violence, affecting family members, friends, coworkers, employers, and communities. 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. ET Register Now 

Jan. 18 Scott Arboretum will present a wintertime escape sharing travel experiences around the world at the Lang Performing Arts center at Swarthmore College 1 - 2 p.m. 

Jan. 18 Opening Exhibit "Woven Strands, The Art of Human Hair Work", at the Mutter Museum. 6 - 9 p.m. Tickets.



Monday, January 15, 2018

Monday January 15 Events

Monday Morning and We Love 
Our Quarterback, Entire Team 
🦅
and Santa Claus.
E A G L E S

Jan. 15 National Holiday Dr. King, Day of Service.

Jan. 15 Fee-Free Day at ALL National Parks

Jan. 15 The African American Museum in Philadelphia Theme: Owning the Dream: Taking Responsibility Admission on Monday $2. More details at aampmuseum.org. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Jan. 15 The National Constitution Center is having a day long commemoration of Dr. King's life. Admission $5 and will include access to special service projects and performances. More details at constitutioncenter.org 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Jan. 15  The Annual Martin Luther King Day "Hoops From the Heart" will take place at four area colleges to benefit the Community Action Agency of Delaware County. Participants are Haverford College, Neumann University, Widener University and Cabrini College.

Jan. 15 Fifth Annual Technology Day for Seniors 1 - 4 p.m. at Helen Kate Furness Library located at 100 N. Providence Road in Wallingford. The free program is provided by volunteers at Vanguard, Surrey Services for Seniors, Hometown in Media and the Helen Kate Furness Free Library. 

Jan. 15 Screening of  "A Chester Story" a documentary written by Chester Made Project Manager Ulysses Slaughter and Artistic Director Devon Wall hosted by Chester Made and MJ Freed Theater 5 - 7 p.m. The film tells how Chester became what it is today and the revitalization that is going on through the arts, humanities and local entrepreneurship.  The MJ Freed Theater is located at 515 Avenue of the States in Chester.

Jan. 15 Widener University's Black Student Union welcomes the public to Alumni Auditorium for a service that will conclude a day of service throughout the City of Chester. The Martin Luther King Commemoration will include reflections, dance and song at 6 p.m.

Jan. 15 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church in Wallingford will hold an MLK Day interfaith celebration "Building the Beloved Community" at 6 p.m. with Archbishop Charles Chaput as presider and homilist. Also in attendance will be Asheq Fazlullah of Islamic Network Group, Rabbi Nathan Martin of Congregation Beth Israel and Rev. Joyce Shin of Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. The Philadelphia Catholic Mass Choir, a combined Gospel choir from 17 urban churches in Philadelphia and Chester will perform the choral prelude.

Jan. 15 Fuse and Making a Change Group: MLK J. Celebration, A Dream Through the Eyes of Trauma, Community and Diversity in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. from 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Market Street Ballroom, 801 Market Street, in Marcus Hook.

Rescheduled from last week
Jan. 15 The WPA in Delaware County and the Media/Upper Providence Historic Site Survey from 1936" will be presented at the Delaware County Institute of Science  located at 11 Veterans Square in Media by local historian Keith Lockhart 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.