Feb. 20 Wood Burning Class Mandala at Middletown Free Library. Limited space, free, registration required. 2 - 4 p.m.
Feb. 20 History After Dark : Love Letters at the MOAR Museum of the American Revolution 5 - 8 p.m. $10 for non members and free for members.
Feb. 20 Helen Kate Furness Library will host author Cheryl Borrelli, Dear Nicky, Love Mommy a book about the challenges of raising an autistic child, 7 p.m. The library is located at 100 N. Providence Road in Wallingford.
Feb. 21 Delaware County Press Club will welcome Daily Times sports writer Matthew DeGeorge at Talen Energy Stadium located at 1 Stadium Drive in Chester 11:30 p.m. A tour of the stadium will follow the luncheon. Additional information including tickets.
Feb. 21 Delaware County League of Women Voters will welcome the Delaware County Council with some new faces to lunch the Community Room at Media Borough Hall located at 3rd and Jackson in Media. There will be a Q and A session along with lunch provided by Margaret Kuo. There will be a $15 fee for lunch and reservations are required you can pay by mailing a check, by phone or pay at the door. More info call 610.566.8674.
Feb. 21 The Newtown Square Historical Society welcomes hear local historian Rich Paul speak on Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, a Broomall resident (the “Bergdoll mansion”) who was one of the first pilots to learn flying from Orville Wright at 7:00 p.m. at the Dunwoody Village auditorium There was a time in the Philadelphia area when everyone knew the name Bergdoll and not just those who drank his family’s famous beer. Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, namesake of an American president, and heir to one of the city’s greatest beer empires, never worked in the family brewery. But the “Playboy of the Eastern Seaboard” was surely the most notorious character in Philadelphia’s long, sudsy beer history. He raced in the Indianapolis 500, got into fist fights with police, flew a Wright brother’s biplane from his “Eagle Field” (now Manoa Shopping Center), on one adventure “circling three times around William Penn’s hat” at City Hall. During World War I, he was deemed a traitor and a fugitive, despite his efforts to contribute to the United States war effort. He was later tried, convicted, and jailed. He was released but died a madman. Rich will shed some new light on the controversial Bergdoll, and then you can decide: Villain or Victim?
Feb. 22 Reading Terminal 125th Birthday readingterminalmarket.org
Feb. 22 The 11th Annual STEM Career Night at Delaware County Community College 5:30 p.m. in the Academic Building lobby on the Marple Campus.
Feb. 23 Photography Walk with Middletown Free Library at Ridley Creek State Park 1 - 3 p.m.
Feb. 23 Community Arts Center located at 414 Plush Mill Road in Wallingford will celebrate the music of Johnny Cash with local artist. Cash is King. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets $15 for non-members and $10 for members.