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Community Calendar for Delaware County: Nov. 21 edition

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The Lansdowne Economic Development Corp.: will hold its annual A Bit of the Arts Holiday Fine Art Show and sale at the 20th Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, on Black Friday, Nov. 24 and Nov. 25. The hours on the free event are the 24th from 4 to 8 p.m. and on the 25th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A Bit of the Arts is celebrating its 22nd year, having started in a home in Lansdowne and moving to the 20th Century Club five years later. More information on the event and shopping at and

Men of Action, Brothers of Faith Inc.: will partner with Murphy’s Giving Market to present the 11th annual A Day of Thanks Holiday Dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at these locations:

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• Tuesday, Nov. 21 at Murphy’s Giving Market, 7408 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby

• Wednesday, Nov. 22 at Evans Elementary School, 900 Baily Road, Yeadon.

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The free dinners will be available for pick up by those in need in Upper Darby Township, Yeadon, Darby, Lansdowne and the surrounding communities. Everyone is welcome. The holiday dinner event is sponsored by Men of Action Brothers of Faith, Upper Darby Township, Yeadon and Bimbo Bakeries. Volunteers are needed to make the event a success. For more information, call 484-257-9169.

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation: 3900 N. Sandy Flash Drive, Newtown Square, invites all to festive Colonial Christmas days at the farm on Nov. 25 and Dec. 2. Enjoy the holiday season with the sounds of music, the smell of sweets and treats, and historic crafts and activities. The farm is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with last admission at 2 p.m. There’s a reading of “Gingerbread for Liberty! How a German Baker Helped Win the American Revolution” at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Dec. 2 is also A Very Bovine Birthday. Celebrate the 9th birthday of the farm’s ox, Rust, at noon that day. Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for seniors and children ages 4 to 12. Children under 4 and members are free.

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American Legion Post 777: 137 Walter St., Woodlyn, will be hosting its annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday Nov. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. in the upstairs hall. All veterans, police, firefighters and EMTs are welcome. There will be a full Thanksgiving dinner with all the toppings.

Brookhaven Town Watch: will hold its annual Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday Nov. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Brookhaven Municipal Center, 2 Cambridge Road. Over 50 crafters will display their unique creations, perfect for holiday gift giving. Lunch is available for purchase, prepared by the Town Watch chefs.

The Family Holiday Concert: with Jay Daniels is Wednesday Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. on the lower level at Tinicum Memorial Public Library, 620 Seneca St. Celebrate the holidays as pianist and vocalist Jay Daniels offers the sounds of the season. The concert will include winter works like “Let It Snow” and “Winter Wonderland” to sing-along songs such as “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “White Christmas,” with traditional favorites including “O Tannenbaum” and The Dreidel Song.” This is a sing-along concert for the whole family. Register at

The Media Lions Club: Breakfast with Santa is Saturday Dec. 9 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Lima United Methodist Church, 209 N. Middletown Road, Media. Adults and children $15 at the door, with kids under 3 free. All proceeds benefit local charities.

State lawmakers are participating in a diaper drive: to benefit Healthy Start, Nurse-Family Partnership, WIC, and the Maternity Care Coalition. New and unused packages of diapers, baby formula, and baby wipes will be accepted until Dec. 15. You can drop off your donations at the following locations:

• Rep. Greg Vitali office, 1001 E. Darby Road, Havertown. Call 610-789-3900 when you arrive, and someone will retrieve the donations from your vehicle.

• Rep. Lisa Borowski’s office, 24 S. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square.

• Rep. Heather Boyd’s office, 5248 Township Line Road, Drexel Hill.

For more information, call 484-427-2884.

The Knights of Columbus, Council 3876: is sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast with Santa on Sunday, Dec. 10. The event will be at Our Lady of Charity, 231 Upland Road, Brookhaven. Breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. to noon. A visit from Santa is expected for the event. Cost is $5 for ages 4 to 12, and everyone older is $8.

Penn State Extension: will offer a group-based strength training program for adults ages 40 and above. Lifelong Improvements Through Fitness Together is aimed at improving functional fitness, or the ability to perform daily activities with ease. There are several opportunities to participate. Note that the sessions are offered for 12 weeks, and each section of the courses will cover the same materials.

The classes:

• Starting Dec. 4: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays, at the Environmental Center, Smedley Park, 20 Paper Mill Road, Springfield.

• Starting Dec. 12: 10 to 11 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, at Holy Myrrh Bearers Church, 900 Fairview Road., Swarthmore.

• Starting Dec. 12: 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, at Holy Myrrh Bearers Church, 900 Fairview Road., Swarthmore.

There is a separate registration fee for each section of the course. The registration fee for each session of the 12-week program is $90. Through moderated training exercises and basic nutrition information, participants will work toward achieving their personal goals in a group setting. The program is designed to improve strength, posture and flexibility, as well as emphasize the benefits of a healthy diet. According to organizers, improved strength and bone density may reduce participants’ risk of osteoporosis and related fractures. In addition, the program may lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, depression and obesity. More information, and to register, is available at

Every Child Needs a Champion: Learn more about becoming a child’s advocate with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Our mission is empowering community volunteers to connect with and champion children and youth involved in the child welfare system, advocating for equity, resources, stability and permanency. We envision a bright future in which all children and youth have the resiliency, consistent relationships with caring adults, and access to child welfare, education, health, and human services they need to fully experience the joys of childhood and pursue their dreams. Go to to register for an information session, email [email protected], or call 610-565-2208. Will you be the one to change a child’s story?

Nar-Anon Family Group: Courage to Live meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Brookhaven Municipal Center, 2 Cambridge Road, Brookhaven.  All those affected by a loved one’s addiction are welcome. The meeting is wheelchair accessible.

The Aston Township Historical Society: will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its founding in 1993 with four special programs at the Aston Community Center, 3270 Concord Road, Aston Township. All programs are free and will start at 7 p.m.

• Feb. 8: Former Delaware County Daily Times editor Phil Heron will present “The History of the Daily Times.” In the presentation, Heron will include important and special stories, and include information on how the papers and reporters changed with the times.

• May 9: Paul Dougherty Jr. will present “The Bridges of Delaware County.” His presentation will include photographs of covered bridges and their stories.

For more information about the historical society, call 494-4707 or visit

Delaware County Victim Assistance Center

The Delaware County Victim Assistance Center: in Media has been providing services to victims of sexual assault and to their significant others since 1974. The nonprofit agency depends on volunteers to meet the needs of clients 24 hours a day. Services include hospital/police interview accompaniment, and telephone crisis intervention. Volunteers receive a 40-hour training to prepare them for their responsibilities and are asked to provide support at least twice a month for an evening or weekend shift. The center is asking interested community members to please contact Lauren Guenther at 610-566-4342 or [email protected]. For more details about the center:

The center offers free: and confidential counseling in person and through a 24-hour hotline to victims of sexual assault. It provides medical, police and court accompaniment. The center also facilitates support groups for adult survivors of sexual abuse, adult rape survivors, and teen survivors of sexual assault. Educational programs are available to schools, professionals and community groups. Any questions or for services, call the hotline anytime at 610-566-4342.

Plus, the center offers: police/court accompaniment, advocacy and free confidential counseling to victims of serious crimes including robbery, burglary, assault, arson and the surviving family members of homicide victims. Same phone number and website for details.


St. Kevin Pioneers Club:

St. Kevin will also host a trip to Sight and Sound Millennium Theater next year to see “Daniel” on Thursday, April 11.

“Daniel” is a theatrical experience that can be enjoyed by the entire family, with spectacular special effects, elaborate sets and live animals. Cost of $175 includes lunch at the Bird-In-Hand Smorgasbord.

Payment in full is due by March 4.

For more information, call Mary Nagle at 610-566-3239 or Betsy Boyd at 610-627-4991.

Upper Chichester Senior Citizens Club trips:

• Dec.12: Sight and Sound Theater, 11 a.m. show, “The Miracle of Christmas.” Lunch after the show at Shady Maple.

Cruise: Eastern Caribbean Cruise on NCL Norweigian Getaway Tuesday Feb. 6 to Friday Feb. 16. Depart from New York (Ports) Puerto Plato, San Juan, St. Thomas, Tortola and Bermuda. Following prices based on double occupancy: inside cabin, $2,134; ocean View, $2,294; balcony 2,590. Includes round trip bus transportation to port. For additional trip information and prices contact Dot at 610-485-6284.

Schoolhouse Center, 600 Swarthmore Ave., Folsom:

• Dec. 7: Doolan’s All Star Production’s “Bell Tones Radio City Tribute,” in Spring Lake, New Jersey, includes dancing, comedian and sit-down luncheon with entrée selection, $112.

For reservations and information on any of these trips, contact Judi at 610-405-9876 or Bunny at 215-356-7044.

St Pius X Over 50 Travel Club: is having a trip to The American Music Theatre near Lancaster on Nov. 28.

The schedule:

• 10:45 a.m.: Departure from St Pius X Church parking, 220 Lawrence Road, Broomall.

• Noon: Greenfield Inn for a plated lunch.

• 2:20 p.m.: Arrive at theater

• 3 p.m.: The show, “The First Noel” begins.

• 5:15 p.m.: Depart theater

• 7 p.m.: back at the church.

The cost is $157 per person. For further information, contact Kathleen at 610-353-2575.