Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Upcoming Events Week of July 24

Jul. 25 Guided Bird Walks at Valley Forge National Historical Park 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.

Jul. 26 Senior Game Day at 10 a.m. Middletown Free Library. Comedy and brain games with free refreshments and at 2 p.m. keep cool and adult coloring with a DIY arts and craft maker event at 4 p.m.

Jul. 26 - 28 How I Became a Pirate Children's Musical at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center.

Jul. 26 Springfield Township Free Family Movie Night at 50 Powell Road (sledding hill) Screening begins at dusk. Popcorn provided for all residents that attend.


Jul. 26  Haverford Concert Series Matt Santry with Meghan Cary at Hiltop/Steel Field, 1400 Steel Road. Concerts start at 6 p.m. Tickets $5 in advance, $10 day of the show Children 12 and under free.

Jul. 27 The Delaware County drug collection van will be at the Delco summer Concert series at Rose Tree Park. 

Jul. 27 Live Music in Swarthmore, Sonoma Sound, The Young Musicians at the borough amphitheater, 121 Park Avenue 6 - 9 p.m.
 
   
Jul. 27 Ruppapalooza at the Pier The PSPCA is proud to partner with Philadelphia Phillies catcher Cameron Rupp for the first annual Ruppapalooza at the Pier. Baseball fans, animal advocates and country music lovers are invited to the event from 6-9 p.m. at Morgan’s Pier, 221 N Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA. The evening, which will feature Phillies Celebrity Bartenders, an appearance by the Phillie Phanatic and Phillies Ball Girls, adoptable dogs, raffles, games, music and more, will benefit the Pennsylvania SPCA’s life-saving mission. To add a country flare, Rupp has also invited one of Nashville’s hottest songwriters, Tyler Reeve to perform a small set. For more information and tickets: https://pspca.org/ruppapalooza/

Jul. 28, 29 and Aug. 4, 5 The Hunchback of Notre Dame Mainstage at Summer Stage
at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center.



Jul. 28 - 30 New Jersey 35th Annual Quick Check Festival of Ballooning  in Readington, New Jersey.

Jul. 28 Xponential Music Festival at Wiggins Park and B B and T Pavilion. 

🌭 Jul. 29 DELCO ALERT John's Doggie Shop of "growing up Chester" now located on the Conchester will be closing their doors due to eminent domain and the expansion of the Conchester Highway. Get out there and enjoy one last taste of success and one of the best things about growing up in Chester. If we behaved well, while shopping downtown, John's was always on the menu for lunch.  It is such a fond memory.  I remember the very first location, yes it was packed, sometimes four people deep behind the people sitting at the counter. Men used to get up for women and children and offer their seat, now that is dating myself. Thank you to the Eleutheiou family for 70 years of a family tradition in my house. One year, I gave a container of sauce to all my aunts and uncles for Christmas. It was a big hit! Whatever was in it, we all loved that stuff, the Boss with the Sauce.






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