Haver­ford Spring Fest back on Sun­day with full day of mu­sic

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HAVER­FORD » The fifth an­nual Haver­ford Spring Fest Mu­sic And Arts Fes­ti­val is set for noon-7 p.m. Sun­day, May 6, at the in­ter­sec­tion of Brook­line Boule­vard and Darby Road, Haver­town.

The event is pro­duced by Kelly Mu­sic For Life, a 501c3 non-profit ded­i­cated to im­prov­ing lives and com­mu­ni­ties through mu­sic, and ben­e­fits the fu­ture Kelly Cen­ter for Mu­sic, Arts, and Com­mu­nity, open­ing in Haver­town in 2018, as well as mu­sic ed­u­ca­tion and com­mu­nity ini­tia­tives in the Haver­ford Township Area.

The event fea­tures mu­sic, food and drinks from from lo­cal restau­rants and pubs, ven­dors, ar­ti­sans, and fam­ily fun. The per­for­mance sched­ule on the main stage is:

• Noon, Haver­ford High School Jazz En­sem­ble, un­der the di­rec­tion of Michael Fein

• 12:50, singer-song­writer Dy­lan McGuire

• 1:30, Earth Won­der Fire, a trib­ute to Ste­vie Won­der and Earth Wind and Fire

• 2:45, singer-song­writer Rob Simp­son

• 3, El­ton Rohn, a trib­ute to El­ton John

• 4:45, singer-song­writer Scott McClatchy

• 5:30, Live At The Fill­more, “The World’s Great­est Trib­ute to the All­man Brothers Band”

The event fea­tures a Kids Su­per Fun Zone, a oneprice play area of ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren. Along with a tiki bar, the en­tire fes­ti­val area is a beer and wine gar­den (beer and wine priced per drink, guests must be age 21 or older to con­sume al­co­hol), Food is avail­able from the area restau­rants and bars.

In­for­ma­tion is avail­able on the Kelly Cen­ter for Mu­sic, Arts, and Com­mu­nity com­ing to 4 E. Ea­gle Road, Haver­town, later in 2018. The Haver­ford Spring Fest spon­sored by ACME Mar­kets is pro­duced and sup­ported solely by dona­tions and spon­sor­ships. No tax money or township funds are used for the event.

For in­for­ma­tion, visit www.haver­ford­springfest. com. Fol­low the fes­ti­val through Kelly Mu­sic For Life’s ac­counts on all ma­jor so­cial me­dia.

Se­nior ex­er­cise classes in Ch­ester

CH­ESTER » Se­nior Com­mu­nity Ser­vices’ Ch­ester Se­nior Cen­ter, 721 Hayes St., holds the fol­low­ing fit­ness classes at no charge and all are wel­come to at­tend:

• Zumba on Mon­days from 11 a.m.-noon

• Sit and Get Fit, Tues­days and Thurs­days from 10:30–11:15 a.m.

• Car­dio Fit­ness, from 5-6 p.m.

• Chair Yoga, Wed­nes­days from 11 a.m.-noon

All classes of­fer in­di­vid­ual at­ten­tion to meet par­tic­i­pants’ needs. For in­for­ma­tion, call the cen­ter at 610-497-3550.

Ch­ester Se­nior Cen­ter is one of the four Na­tion­ally Ac­cred­ited se­nior cen­ters in south­east­ern Delaware County op­er­ated by Se­nior Com­mu­nity Ser­vices. SCS, based in Fol­som, is a non-profit agency that also pro­vides in-home sup­port ser­vices for home­bound el­derly. SCS works in part­ner­ship with the Delaware County Of­fice of Ser­vices Tues­days for the Ag­ing (COSA) and is a United Way Agency.

Ro­tary to host eighth an­nual Twisted Vint­ner

CON­CORD » The Con­cordville-Chadds Ford Ro­tary hosts its eighth an­nual Twisted Vint­ner from 6-9:30 p.m. Thurs­day, June 14, at the Con­cordville Town Cen­tre, 914 Bal­ti­more Pike, Glen Mills.

Come out for a “Home­made Wine Com­pe­ti­tion & Taste of The Town” where guests can sam­ple food and drinks from lo­cal restau­rants, winer­ies, and brew­eries, home­made wine ac­com­pa­nied by a silent auc­tion, mu­sic, and wheel­bar­row of cheer. Pro­ceeds ben­e­fit the Ro­tary’s com­mu­nity pro­grams and sup­ported or­ga­ni­za­tions such as CASA, Rachel Kohl Li­brary, Dis­abled Vet­er­ans, Brandy­wine Youth Club and more.

“We are ex­cited to cre­ate a long stand­ing com­mu­nity event that con­tin­ues to grow each year, while bring­ing peo­ple to­gether who ac­knowl­edge and sup­port the im­por­tant or­ga­ni­za­tions funded by this fun filled evening,” said Don Culp, Twisted Vint­ner chief or­ga­nizer and Con­cordville-Chadds Ford Ro­tary Club mem­ber.

“We are so pleased that the Con­cordville-Chadds Ford Ro­tary Club con­tin­ues to lift up the im­por­tance of a com­mu­nity based li­brary,” said Robert Hayes, pres­i­dent of the Rachel Kohl Li­brary. “Their gen­er­ous con­tri­bu­tion helps sup­port var­i­ous li­brary projects and pro­grams for all ages.”

Tick­ets are $60 in ad­vance and $65 at the door. For tick­ets, visit www. twist­ed­v­int­ner.org

For in­for­ma­tion and an up­dated list of ven­dors and spon­sors, email ccfro­tary@ gmail.com

Get hear­ing health in­for­ma­tion May 24

RI­D­LEY TOWNSHIP » School­house Cen­ter, 600 Swarth­more Ave., Fol­som, wel­comes au­di­ol­o­gist Dr. Cather­ine Marino at 1 p.m. May 24 on hear­ing loss and ag­ing well. Marino dis­cusses how hear­ing works and the im­por­tance of cor­rect au­di­tory in­put to main­tain cog­nate vi­tal­ity, and the re­la­tion­ship between hear­ing and mem­ory.

The pro­gram is free and reg­is­tra­tion is not re­quired. For in­for­ma­tion and reg­is­tra­tion, call 610 237-8100.

Get wi­dow(er) sup­port avail­able on May 17

SPRING­FIELD » To Love Again, the Wi­dow and Wi­d­ow­ers Sup­port Group, meets at 7:30 p.m. Thurs­day, May 17, at The Church of The Redeemer, Hill­crest and Spring­field roads. Fol­low­ing the meet­ing, there is mu­sic from the DeLasalle Band.

For in­for­ma­tion, the newly be­reaved may call Marie Ste­wart at 610-7898741.

Cen­te­nar­ian lun­cheon will take place May 23

ME­DIA » Delaware County Coun­cil is search­ing for cen­te­nar­i­ans to honor at its 16th an­nual Cen­te­nar­ian Lun­cheon, set for Wed­nes­day, May 23. Any county res­i­dent turn­ing 100 or older in 2018 is wel­comed to at­tend the lun­cheon at the Drex­el­brook Ban­quet Cen­ter.

Last year, 64 cen­te­nar­i­ans at­tended the lun­cheon and staff of the County of Delaware Ser­vices for the Ag­ing (COSA) vis­ited 11 ad­di­tional cen­te­nar­i­ans in the com­mu­nity.

Cen­te­nar­i­ans and one guest are ad­mit­ted for free. Ad­di­tional guests may pur­chase tick­ets for $25 each. Guests also re­ceive a com­mem­o­ra­tive photo from the day along with a spe­cial procla­ma­tion from Delaware County Coun­cil. The organization or fa­cil­ity that brings the most cen­te­nar­i­ans to the lun­cheon re­ceives a cash prize.

For in­for­ma­tion and reg­is­tra­tion, call Deb­bie Hedgepeth at 610-872-1406.

Get ed­u­ca­tion job in­for­ma­tion at DCIU

MOR­TON » The Delaware County In­ter­me­di­ate Unit (DCIU) Early Head Start/ Head Start and Child Care Part­ner­ships will be host­ing an Ed­u­ca­tion and Ca­reer Fair from 4-6 p.m. Thurs­day, May 3, at the DCIU Mor­ton Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­ter Rooms 171-172, 200 Yale Ave.

The fair is open to all Delaware County res­i­dents who are look­ing for em­ploy­ment, a ca­reer change, and/or to fur­ther their ed­u­ca­tion. At­ten­dees will have an op­por­tu­nity to meet with var­i­ous busi­ness rep­re­sen­ta­tives to learn about job open­ings and earn­ings po­ten­tial. They can also meet ed­u­ca­tion rep­re­sen­ta­tives from var­i­ous in­sti­tu­tions who can pro­vide rec­om­men­da­tions on how to achieve their ed­u­ca­tional goals.

In ad­di­tion to other cur­rent job open­ings, the fol­low­ing im­me­di­ate po­si­tions are avail­able with Head Start: teach­ers, teach­ing as­sis­tants, early Head Start teach­ers and floaters.

Please dress to im­press and bring sev­eral copies of an up­dated re­sume. Also, at­ten­dees should be pre­pared to pos­si­bly in­ter­view for po­ten­tial po­si­tions. Please al­low time to reg­is­ter be­fore en­ter­ing the fair.

For in­for­ma­tion, call DCIU Early Head Start/ Head Start at 610-9382845.


Ron Camil­leri is the front­man for El­ton Rohn, a sa­lute to the mu­sic of El­ton John.

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