Nov. 10 Aston Township Historical Society presents "The History of Dolls and Trains", Dolls with Kathy Warren and Trains with Ed Dougherty 7 p.m. at the Aston Community Center. The ATHS museum will be open 6:30 p.m.to 7 p.m. prior to the meeting.
Nov. 10 Nether Providence Historical Society presents Helen Kate Furness: Portrait of a Life at the Helen Kate Furness Library 7 p.m.
Nov. 10 All Things Apple Tavern Talks will take place at the Chadds Ford Historical Society’s Barns Brinton House, an historic 1714 tavern, located next to the Chaddsford Winery at 6030 Baltimore Pike. Admission is $15 for non-members and $10 for members. Tickets must be purchased in advance over the phone, in person or online as space is limited. All attendees must be 21 and older. For more info on the CFHS or to purchase tickets, call (610) 388-7376, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.chaddsfordhistory.org.
Nov. 10 How the Line Between Pennsylvania and Delaware Came to Be presented by the Concord Historical Society at the municipal building 43 Thornton Road in Glen Mills 7 p.m. Brian Cannon lead interpreter at the New Castle Court House will be the speaker. The event is free but donations to the society as graciously accepted.
Nov. 10 - 19 MAC (Media Arts Council) Registry Artist Exhibition Thursday to Saturday 4 - 7 p.m.
Nov. 10 Franklin Square Holiday Festival and Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light show. Opening Night Holiday Festival 5 p.m.
Photograph J Fusco, courtesy of Historic Philadelphia, Inc.
Nov. 11 Veterans Day, Thank a Vet today and every day.
Nov. 11 The 57th Veterans Day Parade on State Street in Media 11:11 a.m.
Nov. 11 - Living History Meet Abigal Adams at Middletown Free Library 2 p.m. Register.
Nov. 11- Feb. 26 Rothman Institute Ice Skating Rink at Dilworth Park opens.
Nov 11 America's Garden Capital Maze at Dilworth Park.
Nov. 11 1921 Three Years after the end of WWI Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Dedicated at Arlington.
Nov. 12 Veterans Ceremony 10 a.m. at the Brookhaven Municipal Island
Nov. 12 Naval Asylum Burial Ground Flag Pole Dedication at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Yeadon at 11 a.m. Saving Hallowed Ground along with the Veterans Administration will be dedicating the flagpole use the entrance on Cobbs Creek Parkway. The flagpole was dedicated by the people and govenment of Radnor, site survey by Marshall Sabatini, the materials and services to erect the flagpole were donated by JJ White, Inc. More information ot to RSVP email email@example.com website savinghollowedground.org
Nov. 12 Hale Byrnes House hosts speaker Garry Wheeler Stone, "Fatal Sunday: George Washington, the Monmouth Campaign and the Politics of Battle".7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. located at 550 Stanton-Christiana Road, Newark, Delaware.
Nov. 12 Sanderson Shopping Spree 12 p.m.- 4 p.m.
Nov. 12 MAC Artist Registry Group Show opening reception 4 - 6 p.m. music at 7 p.m.
Nov 12 Public Star Gazing at Widener Observatory 6-7 p.m.
Nov. 13 Apple Tasting Fundraiser at Indian Orchards Farm located at 27 Copes Lane in Media, PA. 11 - 5 p.m.
Nov. 13 Delaware County Christian School host The Cashore Marionettes 3 - 5 p.m. to benefit the Kairos Outside Prison Ministry.
Nov. 13 This Place Matters: Preservation 50 Speakers' Series "Claymont Stone School" speaker: Riva Brown 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. located at the Hale Byrnes House 550 Stanton-Christiana Road, Newark, Delaware.
Plan ahead early new week
Nov. 14 The Delaware County Institute of Science hosts Laura Kiehner, Founder of the Turtle Preservation Project 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 14 Full Moon it is going to be a BIG one.
Nov. 14 Middletown Township Historical Society presents
MIDDLETOWN MONDAYS 2016 WHO WAS THOMAS LEIPER? by Angela Hewett, local historian and Site Director of the Thomas Leiper House
Thomas Leiper built a house in Wallingford in 1785 as his country home, near his snuff mills on Crum Creek and later stone quarries. He owned 750 acres from Yale Ave. to the Delaware River. His main residence, and his business primarily as a tobacco merchant, were in Philadelphia. Railroad historians give Leiper credit for constructing the first permanent railway in America. The Leiper Railroad was horse drawn and operated between 1810 and 1828 to carry stone from the quarry to Ridley Creek where it was transported by barge to ports on the Delaware River. The house stayed in the Leiper family until the 1970s and is now owned by Nether Providence Township. The Friends of the Thomas Leiper House have restored the house and furnished it in antiques to reflect a wealthy person circa 1800. Angela Hewett will bring Thomas Leiper to life for our audience. Lectures begin at 7:00 p.m. at Lima Estates, 411 North Middletown Road, Media, PA 19063. Free and open to the public, no registration required. In case of inclement weather or changes in the schedule please visit our website www.mthsdelco.org or call 610-316-5620.