The Bill of Rights Commemorative Banquet is Saturday evening, Dec. 14, at Yoder’s Restaurant in New Holland, PA. This annual event was first organized by a homeschooling family 22 years ago. Join this friendly crowd for an inspiring and informative evening with good food and good fellowship.
You can check out the pictures from last year’s banquet at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bill-of-Rights-Bicentennial-Committee/380297978714449
For information or to register, contact Carris Kocher at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please feel free to forward this information on to others. The registration deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 10.
For more on the Bill of Rights and on Bill of Rights Day, Dec. 15, visit http://billofrightsinstitute.org/
22 Annual Bill Of Rights Banquet Is Dec. 14
Looking for a fun way to start a Saturday evening check out Slim Jim and Big Guy Band, 4:30 p.m., Dec. 7 at Tom N Jerry’s Sports Pub, 1006 MacDade, Blvd., Folsom, Pa., 19033.
Slim Jim, Big Guy Jamming Dec. 7
Saints Peter and Paul Church, 100 S. Penn St., Clifton Heights, Pa., 19018 is having a second Christmas kielbasi sale, with homemade babka bread also being offered.
The high quality kielbasa is $11 per ring or four links for $8. The bread is $5 a loaf.
To place an order, please email us at SSPeterandPaul@verizon.net or call Kathy at 610-328-4731 by Monday, Dec. 16. Pickup will be at noon Sunday, Dec. 22 at the church.
Kielbasi Sale 2
Wynnewood Institute Features Civilization — Niall Ferguson’s Civilization will be the subject of a free lecture by Professor Thomas Patrick Burke, 7:30 p.m., Sept. 12 at the Wynnewood Institute, 104 Haverford Road, Wynnewood, Pa, 19106.
Register at email@example.com
Hat tip Teri Adams of Independence Hall Tea Party Association.
Brandywine Open Space Music Fest — Ten bands and craft beer are slated for Open Space Music Festival which runs noon through the evening, tomorrow, Aug. 10 at the Newlin Grist Mill, Cheyney Road and Baltimore Pike in Concord Township, Glen Mills, 19342.
There will be great food, pony rides for kids and face painting.
Tickets are $20 now and $25 at the gate.There will be great
music from 10 different bands, craft beer, and good food. Kids under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult.
Proceeds will be used to help fund the attempt to save 324 acres of open space on the Beaver Valley Conservancy along Beaver Valley Road and Route 202 in Concord.
Brandywine Open Space Music Fest
Spy Who Sketched Me — Photographer Celeste Giuliano, who specializes in pin ups, will be joining sketch artist Dr. Sketchy’s Philly for an exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 7 p.m., June 19 entitled “The Spy Who Sketched Me.”
It’s a “pay as you wish” event.
Spy Who Sketched Me
The 5th Annual Walk For The Wounded which benefits wounded soldiers and their families is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 18 at Rose Tree Park on Route 252 in Upper Providence Township.
Speaker is Brigadier Gen. Andrew Shafer, Jr. and activities include a 9-hole mini golf course, helicopters, moon bounce, games, military vehicles and food.
There will be a special ceremony to honor Seal Team 3 Chief Chris Kyle, the decorated marksman
and author of the best selling book “American Sniper” who was killed by
a veteran with mental issues that he was trying to help.,
Admission is free. It’s a great family event! Walk (or don’t walk) Donate. Change Lives.
Those who can’t go, can donate online at www.walkforthewounded.org
Hat tip Cathy Craddock.
The Women’s Auxiliary of American Legion Manoa Post 667 will host an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday, April 21 at the post, 1112 Steel Road, Havertown, Pa. 19083. Five dollars will get you buttered pancakes smothered in warm maple syrup, hot sausage, orange juice and coffee.
Proceeds benefit the group and its many charitable endeavors.
CAFe Fest To Feature Music, Kid Art Classes — CAFe, the community arts festival hosted by InLiquid, is 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 17 at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St., Philadelphia.
InLiquid is a non-profit organization serving artists. Among its features is an extensive online collection of work by local, national and international artists.
Sunday’s family-friendly art fest will include fun kids art classes and education concerning environmental matters.
Participants include Art Star, The Clay Studio, Greensgrow Farms, and Please Touch Museum.
There will be live music and food vendors from across Philadelphia.
Proceeds will benefit youth art programs around the city, like The Cruz Recreation Center in Fishtown and ArtsRising’s new “ArtsZone” hubs at middle schools throughout the city.
CAFe Fest To Feature Music, Kid Art Classes