Off Page Holding Play Festival In Rutledge — A short-play festival will be held, Nov. 12, at Rutledge Community Center sponsored by Off Page, a creative artist group started during the Pandemic.
“We’ve read hundreds of scripts over the last few years. Our Facebook page Philadelphia Screenwriters had 40 members before everything shut down. Now we are well over 500 strong with the majority of members from Philadelphia, Delaware and Montgomery counties,” said Brigette ReDavid, who founded Off Page in the summer of 2020.
Ms. ReDavid is the former managing editor of the NEWS of Delaware County whose work appeared in the Main Line Times, University City Review, and the Philadelphia Inquirer where she was a Lifestyle and entertainment columnist. She lives in Glen Mills and travels between Philadelphia, New York and LA to work as a writer and filmmaker.
The group’s goal is to become a non profit to continue supporting area writers and artists in their work, she said.
Off Page is accepting admissions through Sept. 23 for the festival.
“In May, I was the producer and AD on a short film by John Giordano and Dennis Jeantet and we filmed one of the days at the Rutledge Community Center,” she says. “Upstairs the borough has built the most beautiful stage and I thought this is the perfect place for our first Off Page event.”
Details can be found on the Philadelphia Screenwriters or Off Page FACEBOOK pages, or by emailing OffPage2021@gmail.com.
“We’ve been getting some really good submissions in from Villanova students, Broomall residents and more. There’s a lot of talent here,” she says
Susan B. Anthony Pro Life America will be one of the featured non-profits at Sweat Shirt of Hope’s Hopefest 22. It’s Sept. 16 and 17 at 741. N County Line Road, Souderton. The community event features free food, music, kids activities and giveaways.
Constitution Lesson Concerns Act 77 — This month’s meeting of the free online lessons concerning the Pennsylvania Constitution is 6:45 p.m., tomorrow, Aug. 19. Topics will be fraudulent changing of the amendment procedure; the state Supreme Court’s decision regarding Act 77 and the dissenting opinions; public notice of six proposed amendments to the Constitution; and the history of how the district attorney came to be assumed as the chief law enforcement officer of the county.
Catherine Engelbrecht Jack Maxey Kick Off Campaign To Reform PA Elections –A coalition of more than 70 patriot groups, including the Delaware County Patriots, will campaign to pressure the State Legislature to return Pennsylvania to in-person voting as per the Pennsylvania Constitution.
The campaign will be officially launched Aug. 27 at a 5-hour rally at Keystone Horse Center, 103 Horse Farm Road, Bloomsburg, PA 17815.
It starts at 11 a.m.
Keynote speaker will be Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote who will describe how the 2020 Election was stolen and the plans to steal this year’s election. Also special guest Jack Maxey will discuss “Hunter’s Laptop from Hell and How the Chinese Own the Biden”
The event will be emceed by Sam Faddis of Unite PA. Also taking the stage will be Webb Kline of We The People of Columbia County, Tonie Shuppe of Audit the Vote, Tabith Vaallea of FreePA and Zach Scherer of Butler County Patriots.
Tickets are $10, children are free.
There will be food and drink vendors and entertainment.
Camp stools and chairs are allowed but not outside food or beverages.
Sheriffs And Amendments On Agenda For This Months Constitutional Webinar –This month’s free webinar regarding the Pennsylvania Constitution is 7-9 p.m., Friday, July 15.
The agenda as per teacher Bill Reil is how it is the sheriff — not the district attorney — who is the chief law enforcement officer of a county; five proposed constitutional amendments including SB 106; and an up-date regarding the disastrous Act 77 of 2019 which allows unlimited mail-in voting and shamelessly contradicts the wording of the state constitution.
Also proposed solutions to reclaim our constitutional republican form of government will be discussed.
We must remember that those that signed our Declaration of Independence had a trust and faith in almighty God that upon this declaration to the world that the colony/states would separate from the most powerful nation of the time,” says event organizer Bill Denison.
Holy Myrrh-Bearers Spring Flea Market 2022 — Summer is right around the corner and now is a good time to plan getting that “extra stuff” out of or for your living area. To help, Holy Myrrh-Bearers Church will host a Outdoor Flea Market/ Craft Fair, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 14 at the church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, 19081 .
A space costs $25. Call 610-544-1215 or email at HMBChurch@verizon.net to reserve one. Deadline is May 7. Event is rain or shine. Food may not be sold by venders.
HMB 2022 Pierogie Schedule — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Ukrainian Catholic Church has announced its 2022 pierogie sales schedule. The potato and cheese delicacies are $10 per dozen and can be ordered by calling 610-544-1216.
Pickups are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays at the church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.
The schedule for order dates is:
Please order no later than the preceding Sunday to ensure availability that sale week.
Pennsylvania Constitution Online Lecture April 15 — Bill Denison is hosting free online lectures on the Pennsylvania Constitution, every third Friday of the month.
Tomorrow’s, April 15, starts at 7 p.m. and will last to 9:45 p.m. and the subjects will be the legislature, constitutional amendments and the Uniform State Law Commission, which Bill describes as a Chicago-based shadow legislature that introduces bills in every state and that few have heard of them.