Summer is winding down, somebody had to say it, but there is still plenty to do.
September through October 25 Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. September 7 is the Divine Swine BBQ.
September 1 Billy Bob Thorton and the Boxmasters at Sellersville Theater 8 p.m. and Jeff Daniels is coming September 16. This is a great place to see a show and The Washington House is a great place to get a bite to eat before the show. There are a lot of great performers that are coming, Lisa Loeb, September 11 (love her songs) these names are merely to get your curiosity but who would not want to see them live!
September 2 Atlantic City Air Show featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. a Free event.
September 3 and 10 Land Health Institute is sponsoring the last two sessions of the summer, D.E.E.P Delaware Environmental Education Program along the Delaware River waterfront 6 - 8 p.m. This is a free event but you must register to participate. More information at landhealthinstitute.org.DEEP or email:email@example.com
September 4 Wasp Woman BUY TICKETS » First Friday Movie Night Under the Stars and Stripes Fridays, 5:30 p.m. Be sure to arrive early for special after hours tours of the House starting at 5 p.m.
September 4 Cheers to the end of summer! Visit Philly will be hosting its Beer Garden Series at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest and Spruce Street Harbor Park Presented by Univest/Valley Green Bank. Enjoy happy hour 5-8 p.m. specials on drink and food at both parks. Also PHS Pop Up Garden at 15th and South Street
September 5 Lafayette's Birthday Party! The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered at Hale-Byrnes House , co-sponsored by:L'Alliance Française de Wilmington and People to People. Author: Laura Auricchio. Well-behaved children always welcomed. Covered Dish Dinner. Please bring a dish to pass. Books available for signing and autographing 6:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.September 5 Weekly Yoga at Lemon Hill.
September 5 and 6 Budweiser Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia
Quizzo, Trivial Pursuit and Jeopardy Competitors take note: The nation’s highest mountain, formerly known as Mount McKinley, has officially been renamed Denali. It now can be added to the category "formerly known as".