Monday, April 6, 2015

Events week of April 6 2015

April 7  "The Bartram Family: Plant Collectors in the 18th Century" part of the Friends Speaker Seies at the Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge Park. Joel T. Fry, the curator of Bartram Gardens, shares the story of the careers and travels of John and William Bartram, famed natural scientists and plant men, and the family garden.
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Fee Information: Free Contact Phone Number: 610-783-1777

April 7 at Eastern State Penitentiary 
Both Kirk Bloodsworth and Harold Wilson were given the death penalty for crimes they did not commit. They spent a combined 18 years on death row. Kirk was the first person released from death row... Located at 2027 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19130 215-236-3300.

April 7 Tune In Tonight, for Part Two of a Riveting TV Series Featuring CHOP. Tune in to PBS tonight at 8 p.m. EST for part two of "Twice Born: Stories From the Special Delivery Unit," a gripping, three-part documentary series that offers the first-ever look inside the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and its unique Garbose Family Special Delivery Unit. The first episode aired March 31 and is now available to available to watch online.

April 7 Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. Click on the link to see the 2,630 participants including locally Philadelphia's Mayor Nutter and West Chester's Mayor Carolyn Comitta.

April 6 - 10 Xfinity Watchathon Week  What do you NEED to binge watch?

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