Date­book Notes

The Ambler Gazette - - DATEBOOK -

The dead­line for Date­book is noon Wed­nes­day two weeks be­fore the de­sired pub­li­ca­tion date. Only dated events lo­cal to this news­pa­per will be listed. In­for­ma­tion should in­clude event, date, time, ap­pli­ca­ble fees and an in­for­ma­tion tele­phone num­ber that may be pub­lished. Send to gazette@ mont­gomerynews.com. No phone calls. spe­cial pro­grams start­ing this Oc­to­ber. The li­brary is com­ing to the Lower Gwynedd Town­ship build­ing, 1130 North Bethlehem Pike, Spring House, Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. The li­brary is bring­ing the Philadel­phia Mu­seum of Art pro­gram “Ship­wrecks & Res­cues At Sea” with paint­ings by Winslow Homer pre­sented by Art Mu­seum speaker and do­cent Mar­garet Mc­Greal. Mc­Greal will be show­ing the pro­gram us­ing the mu­seum’s Art Store data­base and pro­ject­ing it onto WKH nHw flDWVFUHHn GLVSODyV in the board of su­per­vi­sors VHFRnG-flRRU PHHWLnJ URRP. The art pre­sen­ta­tion fo­cuses on Amer­i­can im­ages of res­cue at sea. It ex­plains the tradition of de­pict­ing dis­as­ters at sea from the 17th cen­tury through the mid-19th cen­tury. The dis­play then shifts to the “Hope and Heartache” sec­tion, fo­cus­ing on the af­ter­math for those wait­ing on shore and the re­sult­ing good news that “They’re Saved! They’re Saved.” The pro­gram is free and open to the pub­lic. Call the town­ship to reg­is­ter at 215-646-5302 or call the li­brary to reg­is­ter at 215-643-1320. Monthly pro­grams continue Nov. 8 and Dec. 13.

• Bill Wine, KYW movie critic, presents “Based on the Book: Best­seller Cinema”: Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. Wine dis­cusses the psy­cho­log­i­cal dif­fer­ences be­tween read­ing the book and watch­ing the movie ver­sion. He an­a­lyzes the way clas­sic and mod­ern nov­els have been trans­lated LnWR fiOPV. HH DOVR GHDOV wLWK the movies that bombed! Au­di­ences are en­cour­aged to bring their opin­ions, mem­o­ries and ques­tions. This pre­sen­ta­tion is a pro­gram of the Penn­syl­va­nia Hu­man­i­ties Coun­cil sup­ported in part by Na­tional En­dow­ment for the Hu­man­i­ties.

• Michael Morsch, ex­ec­u­tive ed­i­tor of Mont- gomery Me­dia: Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 29 at 2 p.m. Morsch is the au­thor of “Danc­ing in My Un­der­wear: The Sound­track of My Life,” a mem­oir about grow­ing up in the Mid­west, mu­sic of the 1960s and ‘70s and in­ter­views with fa­mous mu­si­cians.

CHIL­DREN’S GRAMS:

• Miss Michelle’s Story Times: Mon­days at 10:30 a.m., Wed­nes­days at 4:30 p.m. and Fri­days at 10:30 a.m.

TWEEN AND TEEN PRO­GRAMS:

• Col­lege Plan­ning Work­shops com­ing in Oc­to­ber. Email youth@wvpl. org for dates.

PRO-

Wis­sahickon Val­ley Pub­lic Li­brary, Ambler Branch, 209 Race St., Ambler. ADULT PRO­GRAMS: • Bead­ing Group — First and third Mon­days at 1 p.m.

CHIL­DREN’S PRO­GRAMS:

• Miss Michelle’s Story Time — Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.

The Cen­ter for Sus­tain­able Com­mu­ni­ties at Tem­ple Univer­sity Ambler will hold a town meet­ing Rn flRRG PLWLJDWLRn DnG storm-wa­ter man­age­ment in Ambler area wa­ter­sheds Oct. 17 from 7 to 9 p.m. at First Pres­by­te­rian Church of Ambler, 4 S. Ridge Ave., Ambler. The Cen­ter for Sus­tain­able Com­mu­ni­ties at Tem­ple Univer­sity Ambler is de­vel­op­ing a stormwa­ter man­age­ment plan for three ur­ban wa­ter­sheds in the Bor­ough of Ambler and Whit­pain and Up­per Dublin town­ships. The plan will iden­tify and pri­or­i­tize storm-wa­ter im­prove­ments to mit­i­gate wa­ter qual­ity and flRRGLnJ LVVuHV WKDW WKH Pu­nic­i­pal­i­ties have faced for many years. The cen­ter in­vites all res­i­dents, busi­ness RwnHUV DnG PunLFLSDO RI­fi­cials within the wa­ter­sheds — Rose sal­ley, Honey Run/ Stu­art Farm and Tan­nery 5un — WR VKDUH WKHLU flR­RG­ing ex­pe­ri­ences. Flood­ing in­for­ma­tion col­lected dur­ing the meet­ing will be used in the storm-wa­ter man­age­ment project that the cen­ter has un­der­taken, which has been funded by the U.S. EPA, lo­cal mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties and the U.S. Army Corps of En­gi­neers. To learn more about the project, visit am­bler­wa­ter­sheds.word­press. com.For in­for­ma­tion, email meenar@tem­ple.edu or call 267-468-8314. start­ing at 9:30 p.m. The res­tau­rant is BvOB. There is no cork­age fee or cover charge. Guests are wel­come to come for din­ner and stay for the fes­tiv­i­ties. No cover. Mu­sic will be out­side un­der the cov­ered pa­tio, rain or shine. For din­ner reser­va­tions, call 215-591-9777. No reser­va­tions needed for mu­si­cal event. Guests are en­cour­aged to bring beach chairs and blan­kets for lawn seat­ing.

The Fall Bazaar at Nor­mandy Farms Es­tates, Mor­ris Road and Twin Silo Drive, Blue Bell, will be held Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many items for sale at bar­gain prices. Lun­cheon avail­able. Ev­ery­one wel­come.

Brandy­wine As­sisted Liv­ing at Dresher Es­tates will host a free Community Shredding Event Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Shred Pa­trol will be on hand to pro­vide a safe and se­cure way to de­stroy doc­u­ments. There is a max­i­mum of three boxes per per­son. This event is a free ser­vice com­pli­ments of Brandy­wine As­sisted Liv­ing at Dresher Es­tates, 1405 North Limekiln Pike. For in­for­ma­tion, call Dresher Es­tates at 215-591-4000. Re­fresh­ments will be served.

The Fort Wash­ing­ton Fire Com­pany No. 1 will hold the in­au­gu­ral Hot­foot 8.8 race Oct. 13 at 9 a.m. at teh Fort Wash­ing­ton Fire Com­pany, 1245 Fort Wash­ing­ton Ave., Fort Wash­ing­ton. The event will fea­ture an 8.8-kilo­me­ter race, an 8.8-mile race and a half-mile kid’s fun run. For each race, male and fe­male win­ners and mas­ter win­ners, plus the top WKUHH PDOH DnG IHPDOH finLVKers in each age group will re­ceive awards. There will be D VSHFLDO DwDUG IRU WKH fiUVW male and fe­male re­spon­der in each race. There will also be a com­pe­ti­tion for teams of fiYH RU PRUH HPHUJHnFy UH- spon­ders. Reg­is­tra­tion is $40 for adults and $15 for kids, and reg­is­tra­tion is open un­til the day of the race. Pro­ceeds EHnH­fiW WKH )RUW :DVKLnJWRn Fire Com­pany Ac­tive Work­ers As­so­ci­a­tion. There will be re­fresh­ments, tech shirts, a DJ, door prizes and more. sisit act­sports­man­age­ment for full de­tails. To reg­is­ter, visit ac­tive.com or pret­zel­ci­tys­ports.com.

State Rep. Tom Murt, R-152, will hold a walk to raise aware­ness of in­tel­lec­tual dis­abil­i­ties Oct. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at Hat­boro Bap­tist Church, 32 N. vork Road, Hat­boro. Reg­is­tra­tion is at 10 a.m. There is no rain date sched­uled. If the weather is in­clement, par­tic­i­pants should call 215-674-3755 be­tween 9 and 9:30 a.m. the morn­ing of the walk for can­cel­la­tion in­for­ma­tion. The goal of the walk is to sup­port and raise community aware­ness of in­di­vid­u­als with dis­abil­i­ties. The walk will take place through down­town Hat­boro and is ap­prox­i­mately 0.6 miles. Par­tic­i­pants will meet back at the front lawn of the church for clos­ing re­marks and light re­fresh­ments. For ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion about the walk, contact Murt’s of­fiFH DW 215-674-3755.

The 50th an­nual Jar­ret­town Fall Fes­ti­val will be held Oct. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Jar­ret­town El­e­men­tary School. This year we want to en­cour­age all Jar­ret­town alumni as well as the en­tire Up­per Dublin community to help us cel­e­brate one of Jar­ret­town’s most beloved tra­di­tions. There will be fun carnival games, ex­cit­ing in­flDWDEOH VOLGHV DnG DFWLYLWLHV, IRRG, JLIW EDVNHW UDIflHV DnG prizes. There will be the op­por­tu­nity for alumni to look at old year­books and see how the school has changed and how it has stayed the same.

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Ambler Men­non­ite Church will hold a Crop Walk Oct. 14 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the church, lo­cated at 90 E. Mt. Pleas­ant Ave., Ambler. Reg­is­tra­tion at 1 p.m.

Fort Wash­ing­ton Fire Com­pany No. 1 will present its 24th an­nual Fort Wash­ing­ton Fire Preven­tion and Safety Expo Oct. 15 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Up­per Dublin Town­ship Build­ing, 801 Loch Alsh Ave., Fort Wash­ing­ton. The event will fea­ture free fun and ed­u­ca­tion for all ages, in­clud­ing pub­lic safety demon­stra­tions, ve­hi­cle res­cues, VWRYH fiUHV, .-9 GHPRV, ODGder truck bucket rides, health VFUHHnLnJV, FKLOG LGHnWL­fiFDWLRn SURJUDP, fiUH WUuFNV RI all kinds, bomb squad veKLFOH, fiUH HxWLnJuLVKHU WUDLnLnJ, fiUH KRVH WDUJHW IRU NLGV, 911 train­ing, scav­enger hunt DnG fiUH­fiJKWHU FKDOOHnJH.

Mont­gomery County Community Col­lege will hold community nights this fall in its state-of-theart ob­ser­va­tory and ob- ser­va­tion deck: Oct. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Nov. 12 from 6 to 8 p.m., weather per­mit­ting. The ob­ser­va­tory LV ORFDWHG Rn WKH WKLUG flRRU of the Col­lege’s Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Cen­ter, Cen­tral Cam­pus, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 215-641-6460. Community nights are free of charge and are open to the pub­lic, and as­tron­omy clubs are wel­come. Students from the col­lege’s in­tro­duc­tion to as­tron­omy course vol­un­teer dur­ing the event to share their knowl­edge and as­sist vis­i­tors with us­ing the tele­scope and view­ing equip­ment. The ob­ser­va­tory and ob­ser­va­tion deck are fea­tures of the col­lege’s 60,000 square-foot Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Cen­ter. The ob­ser­va­tory fea­tures a 16-inch MEADE Sch­midtCassegrain re­search-level tele­scope and a 90-mm Coron­ado tele­scope for safe ob­ser­va­tion of the sun. All of the in­stru­ments are con­trol­lable both in the class­room as well as in the ob­ser­va­tory LWVHOI. 7KURuJK D fiEHU nHW­work, im­ages can be down­loaded for fur­ther study and com­par­i­son and can be used in on­line cour­ses.

The Up­per Dublin School Dis­trict Plan­e­tar­ium will host a Community Plan­e­tar­ium Event and Star Party Oct. 16. Pro­gram times: 6 and 6:45 p.m. — “Moon Witch”; T:45 p.m. — “The Fall Sky.” “Moon Witch” is great for fam­i­lies and fea­tures a Hal­loween theme. “The Fall Sky” is a live pre­sen­ta­tion in­clud­ing a tour of the fall con­stel­la­tions, stars and star chart. Start­ing at dusk, the Bucks-

Mont As­tro­nom­i­cal As­so­ci­a­tion will be set­ting up tele­scopes on the Sandy Run 0LGGOH 6FKRRO IRRWEDOO fiHOG for ev­ery­one to use. ost: A5 per per­son per show. Seats are lim­ited. The plan­e­tar­ium is lo­cated at Sandy Run Mid­dle School. For more in­for­ma­tion or to re­serve seats, contact Kim Small at 215-5T6-3280 ext. T241 or ks­mall@udsd.org.

A community meet­ing about the es­tab­lish­ment of a food co-op in Ambler will take place Oct. 18 at T p.m. at the Ambler Theater, 108 E. But­ler Ave., Ambler. Since last Jan­uary when the FRPPunLWy fiUVW JDWKHUHG to es­tab­lish a co-op, much progress has been made to­ward open­ing a co­op­er­a­tively-run mem­ber-owned gro­cery store in the Ambler area. The meet­ing will up­date the community about these ad­vance­ments and dis­cuss next steps. Speak­ers at the event will in­clude Ambler Food Co-op vol­un­teer com­mit­tee mem­bers as well as a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from Creek­Side Co-op, a co­op­er­a­tive gro­cery store in Elkins Park sched­uled to open its doors this fall.

The Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties pro­gram will hold an ori­en­ta­tion for vol­un­teers Oct. 18 at Up­per Dublin High School. There is still time to vol­un­teer as a men­tor to an Up­per Dublin High School stu­dent who FRuOG EHnH­fiW IURP KDYLnJ Dn adult friend’s guid­ance. If you would just like to hear more about this op­por­tu­nity, you are wel­come to come with­out com­mit­ting your­self. For­mer men­tors will be avail­able to share their ex­pe­ri­ences of this dy­namic pro­gram. By shar­ing your life ex­pe­ri­ences and knowl­edge you will help a young per­son make the most of their high school ex­pe­ri­ence. Spon­sored by the Up­per Dublin Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion, Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties is look­ing for adults (25 years of age or older) in­ter­ested in help­ing Up­per Dublin High School students by serv­ing as men­tors. If you have four hours a month to spend with a stu­dent and the will­ing­ness to pro­vide coun­sel, friend­ship and con­struc­tive ex­am­ples you can help a young per­son achieve his or her po­ten­tial. Af­ter back­ground checks and train­ing a men­tor will be matched with a stu­dent and may pro­vide many forms of sup­port. To vol­unWHHU RU finG RuW PRUH DERuW Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties, contact Les­lie Ny­lund at 215628-9984 or Bob Dana­her at 215-646-4365. You can also go to www.udef.info for more in­for­ma­tion.

The an­nual Foulke­ways Craft Fair, spon­sored by the Foulke­ways Res­i­dents As­so­ci­a­tion, will be held Oct. 19 and 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Foulke­ways Au­di­to­rium lo­cated in the Community Cen­ter. Home­made crafts, quilts, hol­i­day or­na­ments, Amer­i­can Girl Doll clothes, knit­ted items, baked goods and plants will be avail­able, plus much, much more. Ad­mis­sion is free and the pub­lic is in­vited. Foulke­ways is lo­cated at 1120 Meet­ing­house Road, Gwynedd. You are urged to use the Foulke­ways main en­trance on Sum­ney­town Pike.

The Friends of Up­per Dublin Pub­lic Li­brary will hold its third an­nual gi­gan­tic vin­tage cos­tume jew­elry sale Oct. 20 from 8 a.m. to 2p.m. The sale will be held in the Community Room at the Up­per Dublin Town­ship Build­ing. More than 2,400 beau­ti­ful pieces of jew­elry in­clud­ing bracelets, rings, neck­laces, ear­rings, pins, watches and even some unique mis­cel­la­neous items will be sold at give­away prices, most rang­ing from A1 to A10. Also in­cluded will be a small as­sort­ment of spe­cial books and a small gift auc­tion with great gifts to bid on. Please come out and sup­port the cause and do some early hol­i­day shop­ping. All pro­ceeds from the sale benH­fiW WKH OLEUDUy. 7KH )ULHnGV of Up­per Dublin Pub­lic LiEUDUy LV D nRnSUR­fiW 501(F)(3) cor­po­ra­tion.

Rock for Mu­si­copia will be held Oct. 20 at T p.m. at the Fort Wash­ing­ton School of Rock, 425A Delaware Ave., Fort Wash­ing­ton. This event will fea­ture four lo­cal teen bands: The Vitals, An­dorra, The Chelsea Kills,and The Dis­tricts. Tick­ets are A5 at the door. All pro­ceeds will JR WR 0uVLFRSLD, D nRnSUR­fiW or­ga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to ad­vanc­ing school mu­sic ed­u­ca­tion throughout the greater Philadel­phia area. If you are not able to at­tend, you can still do­nate. Contact sfor­wood1994@gmail.com for more in­for­ma­tion. More in­for­ma­tion about Mu­si­copia can be found at Mu­si­copia. net.

The His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety of Whit­pain will hold an Open House at the Franklinville School, 1701 Mor­ris Road, Blue Bell, Oct. 21 from 1 to 4 p.m. Chil­dren are wel­come to come and write on slate­boards, play pe­riod games and dress up in pe­riod clothes. Great photo-op! Come see our progress for this 1858 one-room school­house.

The fourth an­nual “A Mother’s Wish” Casino 1LJKW EHnH­fiWWLnJ WKH Crohn’s and Coli­tis Foun­da­tion of Amer­ica will be held Oct. 24 at Blue Bell Coun­try Club, 1800 Tour­na­ment Drive, Blue Bell. All pro­ceeds for the event EHnH­fiW WKH CURKn’V & CROLtis Foun­da­tion of Amer­ica (CCFA) whose mis­sion is WR finG D FuUH IRU CURKn’V dis­ease and ul­cer­a­tive coli­tis by fund­ing re­search. For more in­for­ma­tion, contact Patty Tren­tini by phone at 215-591-0TT4 or by email at pat­tytren­tini@com­cast.net. Tick­ets can be or­dered on­line at http://on­line.ccfa.org/ amoth­er­swish.

The Up­per Dublin Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion will host “Danc­ing in My Un­der­wear: The Sound­track of My Life,” an event in its arts and lec­ture se­ries, Oct. 25 at T:30 p.m. at Up­per Dublin High School. Mike Morsch, au­thor of this new book, is the ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of Mont­gomery Me­dia. The book is a mem­oir of Morsch’s life grow­ing up with the mu­sic of the 196s and 19T0’s, com­bined with in­ter­views with mem­bers of the Beach Boys, Olivia New­ton-John, Daryl Hall and Joan Oats, Wynonna Judd and more. Spe­cial per­for­mance by singer-song­writer Dan May, along with gui­tarist Tom Hamp­ton from the Dan May Band, per­form­ing songs from Three Dog Night, Doo­bie Broth­ers, Beach Boys, The As­so­ci­a­tion and more. There will be spe­cial ap­pear­ances by the Jar­ret­town El­e­men­tary Show Cho­rus, the Sandy Run Mid­dle School seventh- and eighth-grade Se­lect Cho­rus and the Up­per Dublin High School Choir, who will sing some of the num­bers. Tick­ets are $10 DnG SURFHHGV EHnH­fiW WKH ed­u­ca­tion foun­da­tion. Books and CDs avail­able for pur­chase. Light re­fresh­ments served. Tick­ets at www. brown­pa­pertick­ets.com and all dis­trict schools. De­tails at www.udsd.org or by call­ing WKH VuSHULnWHnGHnW’V RI­fiFH DW 215-643-8802.

The Com­mu­ni­cat­ing Arts Pro­duc­tion Group of Mont­gomery County Community Col­lege is chal­leng­ing teams of lo­cal fiOPPDNHUV WR PDNH D fiYHPLnuWH fiOP Ln fiYH GDyV. The chal­lenge is open to fiOPPDNHUV RI DOO VNLOO OHYHOV. The com­pe­ti­tion be­gins with a kick­off event in the Col­lege’s Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Cen­ter, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, Oct. 25 at T p.m., and it con­cludes Oct. 30. A screening of the com­pleted fiOPV wLOO EH KHOG 1RY. 8 DW T p.m. at the Ambler Theater, 108 E. But­ler Ave., Ambler. The screening is free and open to the pub­lic. At the kick­off event, teams will be ran­domly as­signed a fiOP JHnUH. 7KHy wLOO DOVR EH given a line of di­a­logue and a prop that must be in­cor­po­rated into the body of their fiOPV, DV wHOO DV D WKHPH WKDW they can in­ter­pret any way they wish. Teams will then have un­til T p.m. Oct. 30 to write, shoot, edit, score and GHOLYHU fiOPV WR WKH FRPSHWL­tion drop-off site. The best fiOP wLOO UHFHLYH D WRS SULzH of A500, and smaller prizes will be awarded in a va­ri­ety of cat­e­gories. The en­try fee is A25 perteam. For more in­for­ma­tion or to reg­is­ter, HPDLO fiYHGDy­fiOPIHVWLYDO@ gmail.com or visit www. fiYHGDy­fiOPIHVWLYDO.FRP.

The Crim­i­nal Jus­tice So­ci­ety at Tem­ple Univer­sity Ambler will hold Op­er­a­tion Safe Trick-or-Treat Oct. 26 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Tem­ple Univer­sity Ambler, 580 Meet­ing­house Road, Ambler. Trick-or-treat­ing for chil­dren and par­ents should be a care­free time of fun. The Crim­i­nal Jus­tice So­ci­ety will host “Op­er­a­tion Safe Trickor-Treat,” a hol­i­day event de­signed to pro­vide area chil­dren and par­ents with a safe and fun at­mos­phere for Hal­loween trick-or-treat­ing. Op­er­a­tion Safe Trickor-Treat will in­clude face paint­ing, pump­kin carv­ing, build-your-own scare­crow events, games, re­fresh­ments and, of course, Hal­loween candy! This event is free and open to the pub­lic. For more in­for­ma­tion, contact tuc69606@tem­ple.edu or 26T-468-8108.

Tem­ple Si­nai’s Sis­ter­hood will hold its third an­nual Royal Rum­mage Sale Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. to noon. Get ready for bar­gains, spe­cials and some re­ally good pick­ings of clothes, house wares, shoes, kids stuff, jew­elry and so much more. The sale will be held at Tem­ple Si­nai, 1401 Limekiln Pike, Dresher. Mer­chan­dise on sale will in­clude cloth­ing, ladies and men’s shoes and ac­ces­sories, small fur­ni­ture, home fur­nish­ing dé­cor and house­hold items, jew­elry, small ap­pli­ances, sport­ing goods, toys, linens, knick knacks and an­tiques. All items will be in good work­ing con­di­tion. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit tsi­nai.org or call 215-6436510.

The Whitemarsh En­camp­ment at Hope Lodge will be held Nov. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come to the 31st an­nual Whitemarsh En­camp­ment Re-en­act­ment and cel­e­brate the time in 1TTT when Gen. Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton and the Con­ti­nen­tal Army were camped in the Mont­gomery County hills, prior to mov­ing west to Val­ley Forge for the win­ter. See mil­i­tary demon­stra­tions and skir­mishes. En­joy sut­lers with pe­riod re­pro­duc­tions and colo­nial crafts. Learn about hearth cook­ing. Tour the Hope Lodge man­sion and much more. Hope Lodge is lo­cated at 553 S. Bethlehem Pike, Fort Wash­ing­ton. There is free on-site park­ing, and food is avail­able. Ad­mis­sion is AT for adults; A5 for se­niors and youth/students; and chil­dren ages 5 and un­der are free. There is also a spe­cial fam­ily rate of A20 per car. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.ushis­tory.org/hope.

The Penn­syl­va­nia/Delaware Chap­ter of the ASLA will present a scree­bing of WKH fiOP “:RPHn Ln WKH Dirt” Nov. 7 at the Ambler Theater, 108 E. But­ler Ave., Ambler. Meet and greet: T S.P.; fiOP VFUHHnLnJ: 7:30 p.m. Cost: ASLA mem­bers: free; non-mem­bers: A5. “Women in the Dirt” was awarded Best Doc­u­men­tary at the 2011 Cal­i­for­nia Film Awards in San Diego. WomHn DUH Ln­fluHnFLnJ WKH SURfes­sion of land­scape ar­chi­tec­ture more to­day than ever be­fore. “Women in the Dirt” high­lights the work of seven award-win­ning women who have made their mark in the fiHOG: 0LD /HKUHU, $nGUHD Cochran, Ch­eryl Bar­ton, Is­abelle Greene, Katherine Spitz, Pamela Palmer and Lauren Me­len­dez. Though each has a unique body of work, their con­cerns over­lap in the realm of sus­tain­abil­ity and en­dur­ing de­sign. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.padeasla.org.

Mont­gomery County Community Col­lege will hold ca­reer fairs at its Cen­tral Cam­pus, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Nov. 13 and Dec. 5. The ca­reer fairs are free of charge and are open to the pub­lic and will fea­ture up to 15 area busi­nesses and or­ga­ni­za­tions that are look­ing to re­cruit for part­time, full-time, tem­po­rary and sea­sonal em­ploy­ment, as well as for in­tern­ships. The fairs will be held in the Park­house Hall Atrium with the ex­cep­tion of the Nov. 13 fair, which will be held in the Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Cen­ter Atrium. Busi­nesses and or­ga­ni­za­tions that wish to par­tic­i­pate in the ca­reer fairs can reg­is­ter at http://tinyurl. com/MC3JobFairReg or by con­tact­ing Cindy Cer­ruti in WKH 2IfiFH RI CDUHHU 6HUYLFHV at 610-T18-1802 or ccer­ruti@mc3.edu.

In­sti­tute of Dance Artistry will pro­duce its eighth an­nual dance concert, Gen­er­a­tions: A Concert BenH­fiWWLnJ WKH BH 7KH 0DWFK Foun­da­tion and Ron­ald McDon­ald House Char­i­ties Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. at Mont­gomery County Community Col­lege. The show fea­tures per­for­mances by the stu­dio’s youth dance com­pa­nies as well as the pro­fes­sional staff and pro­fes­sional guest artists. One hun­dred per­cent of the money gen­er­ated from ticket sales will be do­nated to Be The Match )RunGDWLRn, D nRnSUR­fiW RU­ga­ni­za­tion that reg­is­ters po­ten­tial mar­row donors and raises funds to help pro­vide trans­plants; and Ron­ald McDon­ald House Char­i­ties that pro­vide a “home-awayfrom-home” for fam­i­lies with hos­pi­tal­ized chil­dren and other ser­vices. Tick­ets are avail­able for A20 by call­ing In­sti­tute of Dance Artistry at 215-628-0600, email­ing idadance@com­cast.net or pur­chas­ing at the door the day of the per­for­mance

Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties is seek­ing new vol­un­teers, with ori­en­ta­tion for new men­tors star­ing soon. Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties is be­gin­ning its 13th year as a men­tor­ing pro­gram for some Up­per Dublin High School students who have shown aca­demic po­ten­tial and the need for ad­di­tional di­rec­tion. It’s not only the stuGHnWV wKR EHnH­fiW IURP WKH pro­gram. The men­tors also feel en­riched by their in­ter­ac­tion with the young peo­ple and each other. Now is the time to vol­un­teer to be part of this dy­namic pro­gram. By shar­ing your life ex­pe­ri­ences and knowl­edge you will help a young per­son make the most of their high school ex­pe­ri­ence. Spon­sored by the Up­per Dublin Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion, Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties is look­ing for adults (25 years of age or older) in­ter­ested in help­ing Up­per Dublin High School students by serv­ing as men­tors. If you have four hours a month to spend with a stu­dent and the will­ing­ness to pro­vide coun­sel, friend­ship and con­struc­tive ex­am­ples, you can help a young per­son achieve his or her po­ten­tial. Af­ter back­ground checks and train­ing, a men­tor will be matched with a stu­dent, 7R YROunWHHU RU finG RuW more about Car­di­nal Op­por­tu­ni­ties, contact Les­lie Ny­lund at 215-628-9984 or Bob Dana­her at 215-646-4365.

RSVP of Mont­gomery County and the Wis­sahickon Val­ley Pub­lic Li­brary have part­nered again to of­fer the pub­lic their pop­u­lar free mock in­ter­view ses­sions. The mock in­ter­views are con­ducted by RSVP vol­un­teers who are re­tired pro­fes­sion­als, some of whom were in hir­ing po­si­tions them­selves. Pack­ets of in­for­ma­tion which in­clude a sam­ple em­ploy­ment ap­pli­ca­tion and in­ter­view­ing tips with mock in­ter­view ques­tions are avail­able at the li­brary to pick up prior to a sched­uled mock in­ter­view or will be sent via email once the in­ter­view is sched­uled. To sched­ule your in­ter­view, please contact Janis Glus­man at RSVP 610-834-1040, ext. 16. The li­brary is also of­fer­ing a free ré­sumé re­view ser­vice. Bring in your cur­rent ré­sumé and the pro­fes­sional ref­er­ence staff will as­sist you with hints and tips on cap­tur­ing your work his­tory ac­cu­rately.

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