Monday, November 2, 2015

Top 10 First of November 2015 Things To Do

November 2 Middletown Free Library The Lenni-Lenape of Pennsylvania Local Native Americans Lecture Series "Northeastern Woodland Program" Interactive hands-on experience learning the history and culture of the Lenape/Delaware for children and adults alike. Presentation by Museum of Indian Culture 2 p.m.

All six members of the Expedition 45 crew aboard the International Space Station will participate in a news conference at 10 a.m. EST on Monday, to mark the start of continuous work by humans aboard the space-based laboratory 15 years ago. The 30-minute news conference will air live on NASA Television and agency’s website.

November 3 Election Day! Get out and Vote!  It is how you get your voice heard and one of the few times your opinion counts.

November 6 Paranormal Fridays at Fort Mifflin 7 p.m. to Midnight reservations required. Tickets $45.

November 6 Middletown Free Library Historical Presentation "Personalities and Their Perspectives of the American Civil War";Civil War 150th Anniversary Lecture Series; When did the Civil War really end?  Presentation by Dan Cashin
at 2 p.m.

November 6 “Sanderson Shopping Spree” where authors, artists and artisans will display their creations for your buying pleasure. What can be better than refreshments, music, and shopping? Start your holiday shopping
at the Sanderson Museum

November 7 Philadelphia Heart Walk at Citizens Bank Park
Proceeds from the annual walk will be donated to further progress in beating heart disease and stroke – two of the country’s most deadly diseases. 
The walk kicks off at 8 a.m. and is expected to run until noon. There is no registration fee. 

November 7 and 8 Autumn Leaf Special aboard the Wilmington and Western Railroad. Early reservations recommended. Boarding Location GREENBANK STATION 2201 Newport Gap Pike(Route 41 North), Wilmington, DE 19808.


November 7 Sadie Hawkins Day!

Get Tickets November 10 DCLC will hold the Third Annual "Champions of Adult Literacy" Awards Reception and Fundraiser from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Harrah's Casino in Chester.

Tutor Trainer Bob Preston (shown above) will be one of four Champions celebrated at this event. Tutor Trainer Kim Kondla will also be on hand to help honor Bob. If you tutored an adult through our Adult Basic Education program, you probably benefited from one of these extraordinary trainers. We estimate that Bob has launched the efforts of 3,000 volunteer tutors over DCLC's 40 years! Bob also helped to establish the Literacy Council in 1975 and has been sharing his time and talent for all of our 40 years! We would love to have a good showing of tutors in support of Bob as one of our 40th Anniversary Champions!

Also honored that evening will be former executive director Madeline Bialecki (upper left), former student and board member Charlotte Hobson Griffin (upper right), and retired GED instructor Gwen Cottman (lower left). We hope you choose to join us for this celebration of DCLC's history and continuing impact.Tickets at $35. To purchase online click here. You may also send a check to 2217 Providence Avenue, Chester, PA 19013 or call 610-876-4811.


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