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Whis­pers Along the Wis­sahickon

Friends of the Wis­sahickon will hold the an­nual fam­ily friendly Whis­pers Along the Wis­sahickon fall cel­e­bra­tion Fri­day, Oct. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Wis­sahickon En­vi­ron­men­tal Cen­ter, 300 North­west­ern Ave., An­dorra.

The event will fea­ture hayrides, face paint­ing, jug­glers from the Philadel­phia School of Cir­cus Arts, live mu­sic, ac­tiv­i­ties for kids, an open bar with Love City Brew­ing Co. and fire­side blue­grass.

Cos­tumes are en­cour­aged.

Tick­ets will be sold on a first-come, first-served ba­sis to FOW mem­bers and in­clude food, bev­er­ages, beer and wine and ac­cess to the ac­tiv­i­ties. Tick­ets cost $45/adult, $20/child or $110/fam­ily (in­clud­ing two adults and two chil­dren). No tick­ets will be sold on-site.

This is a rain-or-shine event.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Gi­u­lia Mor­rone at mor­ or 215381-2950.

Pa­per Shred­ding

State Rep. Pamela A. DeLis­sio, D-194, will hold free shred­ding events for con­stituents to safely dis­pose of con­fi­den­tial, un­wanted doc­u­ments.

The first shred event will be held Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the dis­trict court park­ing lot at 925 Mont­gomery Ave., Nar­berth.

The sec­ond shred event will be held Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Roxbor­ough Mu­nic­i­pal Lot at 514 Dupont St., Roxbor­ough.

Avail­abil­ity is on a first­come ba­sis un­til the truck is full. The event will be held rain or shine. There is a limit of four bags per house­hold (stan­dard stor­age/banker boxes or gro­cery bags).

Com­mon types of un­wanted items that should be shred­ded in­clude credit card state­ments, credit card ap­pli­ca­tions, bank and in­vest­ment state­ments, can­celed checks, in­come tax in­for­ma­tion, in­sur­ance and health records and re­tire­ment or pen­sion fund in­for­ma­tion.

Shred­ding will be done on-site, and all shred­ded pa­per will be re­cy­cled.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call DeLis­sio’s of­fice at 215482-8726.

East Falls His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety Tour

The East Falls His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety will present a walk­ing tour of Venice Is­land Satur­day, Oct. 13, start­ing at 10 a.m.

The tour will be led by Ken Hinde, tour guide at Fair­mount Wa­ter Works. This tour will fo­cus on Manayunk’s and East Falls’ mill town his­tory and also ad­dress Green Storm Wa­ter In­fra­struc­ture (GSI) projects im­ple­mented here in 2014 by the Philadel­phia Wa­ter De­part­ment.

In­ter­ested per­sons are asked to meet at 10 a.m. in front of the Pump­ing Sta­tion at Main and Lock streets, Manayunk.

The fee for this event will be $10 for mem­bers and $15 for non-mem­bers, which will in­clude the price of EFHS mem­ber­ship.

Dogs and Barks Tour

Mor­ris Ar­bore­tum will of­fer its Dogs and Barks Tour, which show­cases the dog­wood tree and tree bark, Oct. 13 and 27 at 11 a.m.

This one-hour tour will ex­plore the artistry of tree barks on many kinds of trees from all over the world. Vis­i­tors will com­pare and con­trast the bark from beech, fil­bert, hick­ory, lace-bark pine and pa­per­back maple to no­tice­ably dif­fer­ent barks on dog­woods.

Th­ese tours will start from the Wi­dener Vis­i­tor Cen­ter. Mor­ris Ar­bore­tum is lo­cated at 100 E. North­west­ern Ave., Chest­nut Hill.

Wis­sahickon Photo Con­test

Friends of the Wis­sahickon, the Wis­sahickon Val­ley Wa­ter­shed As­so­ci­a­tion and the Wood­mere Art Mu­seum present the bi­en­nial Wis­sahickon Photo Con­test for in­di­vid­u­als in­ter­ested in sub­mit­ting pho­tos they cap­tured while vis­it­ing Wis­sahickon Val­ley Park.

All pho­tos en­tered in the con­test must be taken within Wis­sahickon Val­ley Park, along the Green Rib­bon Trail or on one of the WVWA-man­aged pre­serves.

Cat­e­gories are: peo­ple, wildlife, land­scape and struc­tures.

Par­tic­i­pants may en­ter up to four pho­tos taken within the last three years.

Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show, first place in each cat­e­gory and Peo­ple’s Choice (cho­sen by Face­book vot­ers).

Any of the three co-host­ing or­ga­ni­za­tions may fea­ture the win­ning pho­tos on­line, in their printed ma­te­ri­als or on so­cial me­dia.

En­tries that do not com­ply with the rules will be dis­qual­i­fied.

Pho­tographs will not be re­turned.

The dead­line for sub­mis­sions is Oct. 15. Win­ners will be an­nounced Oct. 29.

Visit for com­plete rules and de­tails. To sub­mit pho­tos, visit Hck­B30hYAPx.

Jour­ney’s Way Classes

Jour­ney’s Way, Re­sources & Pro­grams for Peo­ple 55+, 403 Rec­tor St., Roxbor­ough, will of­fer new classes this fall.

Ukulele from Scratch will be held Mon­days, Oct. 15, 22 and 29 and Nov. 12, from 1 to 2 p.m. No mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ence needed, and ukule­les will be pro­vided.

Let’s Draw will meet Thurs­days from 2 to 4 p.m. and is open to be­gin­ners and be­yond. Stu­dents will learn fun­da­men­tal draw­ing tech­niques, and sup­plies are pro­vided.

Tap Dance class for all lev­els will meet Thurs­days from 2 to 3 p.m.

A rea­son­able fee will be charged for th­ese classes ,and reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, call 215-487-1750.

Roxbor­ough Manayunk Wis­sahickon His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety Meet­ing

The Roxbor­ough Manayunk Wis­sahickon His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety will meet Wed­nes­day, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. at The Cen­ter of Jour­ney’s Way, 403 Rec­tor St., Roxbor­ough. His­to­rian Tammy

Schane has doc­u­mented thou­sands of ex­am­ples of tomb­stone sym­bols and will share some of the more com­mon ones that can still be seen in 19th-cen­tury ceme­ter­ies to­day. Schane will share sto­ries about in­di­vid­u­als buried in the lo­cal Lev­er­ing­ton Ceme­tery.

Copies of Schane’s book, “En­graved: The Mean­ings Be­hind 19th-Cen­tury

Tomb­stone Sym­bols,” will be avail­able for pur­chase and au­to­graphed by the au­thor)

Light re­fresh­ments will be served.

All are wel­come. Ad­mis­sion is free. For more in­for­ma­tion visit face­­bor­oughManayunkWis­sahick­onHis­tor­i­calSo­ci­ety

Town Hall Meet­ing

State Rep. Pamela A. DeLis­sio, D-194, will hold her 78th town mall meet­ing Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. in the li­brary at Bel­mont Hills Ele­men­tary School, 200 School St., Bala Cyn­wyd.

DeLis­sio will fo­cus on is­sues that have not been dealt with in this ses­sion, in­clud­ing re­dis­trict­ing, cam­paign fi­nance, crim­i­nal jus­tice and vot­ing re­forms. In ad­di­tion, DeLis­sio will dis­cuss how state govern­ment may now play an even more im­pact­ful role on cit­i­zens’ lives as a re­sult of fed­eral de­ci­sions.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call DeLis­sio’s of­fice at 215482-8726 or visit pa­house. com/DeLis­sio.

Bloom­field Farm Day

Mor­ris Ar­bore­tum will cel­e­brate farm­ing life and the In­sider Art Show & Sale at Bloom­field Farm Day Sun­day, Oct. 21, from noon to 4 p.m.

Learn about Bloom­field Farm’s agri­cul­tural his­tory and browse orig­i­nal art and craft works cre­ated by Mor­ris Ar­bore­tum’s staff and mem­bers. At this multi­gen­er­a­tional event, there will be demon­stra­tions, mu­sic, food, a few an­i­mals and the fi­nal op­por­tu­nity of the year to tour the re­stored Spring­field Mills.

Take a guided tour of the Ar­bore­tum’s his­toric creek­side flour mill, Spring­field Mills, and dis­cover the his­tory of this 19th cen­tury feed and flour mill. Watch 1-ton mill­stones grind corn ker­nels, and ob­serve 160-year-old ma­chin­ery trans­port and sift the ground corn to pro­duce meal.

Ex­plore time-hon­ored farm­ing pro­fes­sions from ed­u­ca­tional in­struc­tors Philadel­phia Guild of Handweavers, who will demon­strate spin­ning and weav­ing; wood­worker John Bar­rett; and black­smith Solomon Mati­soff.

Tra­di­tional chicken keep­ing is new again, and vis­i­tors may learn the how-to’s with Philadel­phia Back­yard Chick­ens and a few live hens. Kids and adults alike will learn more about farm an­i­mals by in­ter­act­ing with Saul High School’s 4H pet­ting zoo.

The In­sider Art Show & Sale will fea­ture more than 20 ar­ti­sans spe­cial­iz­ing in glass blow­ing to wood­work­ing to pho­tog­ra­phy.

In­cluded with gar­den ad­mis­sion.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 215-247-5777 or visit mor­ris­ar­bore­

Fall Flea Mar­ket

Bethany Lutheran Church, 401 Martin St., Roxbor­ough, will hold a fall flea mar­ket Satur­day, Oct. 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There are new items, in­clud­ing hun­dreds of books, dishes, toys, linens, hol­i­day items and gifts. Col­lectible Madame Alexan­der Dolls will be dis­played for pur­chase.

East Falls House Tour

The East Falls Com­mu­nity Coun­cil and East Falls Vil­lage will present the East Falls House Tour Sun­day, Oct. 28, from noon to 4 p.m.

The an­nual East Falls House Tour will of­fer tour­go­ers the op­por­tu­nity to visit a num­ber of dis­tinc­tive and in­ter­est­ing homes and prop­er­ties through­out East Falls.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit east­fallscom­mu­nity. org.

Evening of East Falls Per­form­ers

The Falls of Schuylkill Li­brary, 3501 Mid­vale Ave., East Falls, will host an Evening of East Falls Per­form­ers Mon­day, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m.

Do you have a tal­ent to share with the East Falls com­mu­nity? The li­brary is look­ing for in­stru­men­tal­ists, vo­cal­ists, dancers, standup co­me­di­ans, etc. to pro­vide a di­verse menu of en­ter­tain­ment. Both chil­dren and adults are wel­come to par­tic­i­pate. Acts are lim­ited to about 5 min­utes each.

For mor in­for­ma­tion, con­tact co-chairs Caro­line David­son at cdavid­son@ ger­man­town­ or 215-848-2864 or Wendy Moody at wmoodyw@aol. com or 215-840-4213.

Scare­crow De­sign Con­test

Scare­crows in Mor­ris Ar­bore­tum’s 11th an­nual Scare­crow De­sign Con­test will be on dis­play along Scare­crow Walk at the Oak Al­lée through Tues­day, Oct. 31. Vis­i­tors of all ages may vote for their fa­vorite scare­crow to de­ter­mine which will be the win­ners. Prizes will be awarded to the top five win­ning scare­crow de­sign­ers, with $150 for the first-place win­ner.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit

Chil­dren’s Op­eras

The Delaware Val­ley Opera Com­pany will present a dou­ble bill of op­eras based on fa­mous chil­dren’s sto­ries Sun­day, Nov. 4, at 4 p.m. at the Venice Is­land Per­form­ing Arts and Recre­ation Cen­ter, 7 Lock St., Manayunk.

The af­ter­noon will in­clude a cos­tume con­test with prizes and a chance to meet the char­ac­ters in cos­tume af­ter the show.

The show will be­gin with “The Lit­tle Red Light­house and the Great Gray Bridge,” fol­lowed by “Lit­tle Red Rid­ing Hood.”

The Lit­tle Red Light­house and the Great Gray Bridge,” fol­lowed by “Lit­tle Red Rid­ing Hood.”

Chil­dren are en­cour­aged to wear cos­tumes por­tray­ing char­ac­ters from Lit­tle Red Rid­ing Hood or their fa­vorite fairy tale. Prizes will be awarded for both cat­e­gories, for chil­dren and adults.

Tick­ets are $25 for adults; $20 for DVOC mem­bers, se­niors and stu­dents with ID; and $10 for chil­dren ages 12 and un­der. Tick­ets can be pur­chased at the door or at­d­v­opera. org/lit­tle-reds.

Share Your Heart Ben­e­fit Con­cert

Adop­tions From The Heart (AFTH) will hold the sec­ond an­nual Share Your Heart Ben­e­fit Con­cert Nov. 8 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Manayunk Brew­ing Co.

The Share Your Heart Ben­e­fit Con­cert will fea­ture live per­for­mances from two al­ter­na­tive bands, haha cha­rade and The Barker Bros.

All pro­ceeds made through ticket sales will go to AFTH’s Birth Par­ent Schol­ar­ship Fund. AFTH started the schol­ar­ship fund to give birth par­ents the chance to re­ceive a higher level of ed­u­ca­tion and pur­sue their ca­reer goals. The schol­ar­ships can be used at ei­ther a four-year col­lege, or at a vo­ca­tional school.

The pur­chase of each ticket will in­clude one free drink, food and en­try.

To reg­is­ter, visit conta. cc/2NxAqTO.

Story Hour and Au­thor Event

The Friends of McMichael Park will host guest il­lus­tra­tor Do­minic Wolocko for a story hour and au­thor event Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. in McMichael Park in East Falls.

Wolocko will read from the new book, “Bobo Starts a Band,” and will be avail­able to au­to­graph copies of the book.

At­ten­dees are en­cour­aged to bring a garage item to be used as a mu­si­cal or per­cus­sion in­stru­ment for the march­ing band.

Falls Li­brary Au­tumn Book Sale

The Falls of Schuylkill Li­brary, lo­cated at War­den Drive and Mid­vale Av­enue in East Falls, wel­comes book do­na­tions for its an­nual Au­tumn Book Sale.

Books can be dropped off in the li­brary’s meet­ing room Satur­days through Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Hard­backs, pa­per­backs, DVDs, au­dio and mu­si­cal tapes, CDs and chil­dren’s books will be ac­cepted; no text­books, en­cy­clo­pe­dias or mag­a­zines please.

If you re­quire a book pickup, con­tact Wendy Moody, book sale chair, at or 215840-4213.

The book sale will be held Satur­day, Nov. 17, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The cost will be $10 for a bag of books of your choos­ing. A Deal­ers/Friends “First Look” Pre­view Sale with re­fresh­ments will be held Wed­nes­day, Nov. 14, from 1 to 3 p.m. with items $2 each. A pub­lic pre­view will be held later that evening from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for $1 an item.

Spon­sored by the Friends of the Falls of Schuylkill Li­brary, the Au­tumn Book Sale raises funds for pro­grams and build­ing im­prove­ments.

Ro­man Catholic High School Re­union

The Ro­man Catholic High School Class of 1973 will hold its 45-year class re­union Nov. 17 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Wash­ing­ton Fire Com­pany No. 1 So­cial Hall, 36 W. Elm St., Con­shohocken.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Andy Son­tag at catand­ or Rob Climaldi at rclimaldi@

Pret­zel Park Farm­ers Mar­ket

The Pret­zel Park Farm­ers’ Mar­ket, 4300 Sil­ver­wood St., Manayunk, will be open ev­ery Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through mid-Novem­ber.

The mar­ket will of­fer meat, poul­try, eggs, cheese, fresh pro­duce, mush­rooms and heir­loom plants from Wal­nut Run Farm, e3­gar­den Farm, Ken­nett Square Spe­cial­ties and Lib­erty Plants; bread and baked goods from Slow Rise Bak­ery; condi­ments from Off­beat Gourmet; jams, jel­lies, pre­serves and mar­malades from Fifth of a Farm Cre­ations; cof­fee and tea from Pil­grim Roast­ers; per­sonal care items from Tilted Hag­gis Soap Co.; vin­tage cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories from Black Cat Cloth­iers; art­work and jew­elry from Jacque­line Sch­nei­der Art; can­dle melts from Scen­ter City Co.; vodka and gin from Faber Liquors; rum from Sin­gle Prop; home­made dé­cor from This Ur­ban Cot­tage; and pre­pared food from Dr. Wutzit’s Won­der Balls, The Fly­ing Deutschman and The Chilly Ba­nana.

The mar­ket also fea­ture fam­ily fun ac­tiv­i­ties, such as live mu­sic, drum cir­cle, Shake­speare, Parks on Tap and Barks on Tap.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the Friends of Pret­zel Park web­site, friend­sof­pret­zel­

All Trails Chal­lenge

Friends of the Wis­sahickon will hold the third an­nual All Trails Chal­lenge (ATC), a four-month fit­ness ex­pe­ri­ence that in­vites out­door en­thu­si­asts of all ages to hike, run, ride — bike or horse­back — all 50 miles of Wis­sahickon Val­ley Park’s scenic trails.

Visit­trailschal­lenge for more de­tails about the launch and up­dates about spe­cial ATC ac­tiv­i­ties and prizes, such as mileage and fundrais­ing in­cen­tives, give­aways and sched­uled hikes and walks.

The ATC runs through Nov. 27.

Be­reave­ment Sup­port Group

Koller Fu­neral Home, 6835 Ridge Ave., Roxbor­ough will host a be­reave­ment sup­port group for wid­ows and wid­ow­ers on al­ter­nate Tues­days through Dec. 11 from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m.

The group is fa­cil­i­tated by Deb­o­rah K. Gawthrop, M.S., G.M.S., a cer­ti­fied grief man­age­ment spe­cial­ist.

There is no fee to at­tend. Re­fresh­ments will be pro­vided.

The fol­low­ing top­ics will be fea­tured: Oct. 16: All Feel­ings are “Nor­mal”; Oct. 30: Cop­ing with Lone­li­ness; Nov. 13: Help for the Hol­i­days; Nov. 27: Hope; Dec. 11: Con­tin­u­ing Bonds

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 215-624-8190 or 215-482-5200 or email dgawthropc­nlt@ver­i­zon. net.

Civic As­so­ci­a­tion Meet­ings

• The Manayunk Neigh­bor­hood Coun­cil meets the first Wed­nes­day of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Venice Is­land Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 7 Lock St. Manayunk.

• The Cen­tral Roxbor­ough Civic As­so­ci­a­tion meets the first Thurs­day of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Lev­er­ing­ton Pres­by­te­rian Church, 6301 Ridge Ave., Roxbor­ough.

• The East Falls Com­mu­nity Coun­cil meets the sec­ond Mon­day of the month at 7 p.m. at East Falls Pres­by­te­rian Church, 3800 Vaux St., East Falls.

• The Wis­sahickon Neigh­bors Civic As­so­ci­a­tion meets the sec­ond Mon­day of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Pil­grim Church, 3158 Ter­race St., Manayunk.

• The Ridge Park Civic As­so­ci­a­tion meets the sec­ond Tues­day of the month in March, June, Septem­ber and De­cem­ber at 7 p.m. at the Fifth Dis­trict Po­lice Sta­tion, 6666 Ridge Ave., Roxbor­ough.

• The Up­per Roxbor­ough Civic As­so­ci­a­tion meets the sec­ond Wed­nes­day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Roxbor­ough Pres­by­te­rian Church, 8230 Ridge Ave., Roxbor­ough.

• The Wis­sahickon In­ter­ested Cit­i­zens As­so­ci­a­tion meets the sec­ond Wed­nes­day of the month at 7 p.m. at North­ern Chil­dren’s Ser­vices, 5301 Ridge Ave., Wis­sahickon.

• East Falls For­ward meets the third Thurs­day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at BuLog­ics/StatIS, 3721 Mid­vale Ave., East Falls. A free com­mu­nity happy hour pre­cedes the meet­ing, which starts at 7:30 p.m.

Jour­ney’s Way Pro­grams

Jour­ney’s Way, Re­sources & Pro­grams for Peo­ple 55+, a di­vi­sion of In­ter­com­mu­nity Ac­tion Inc., in­vites com­mu­nity mem­bers to visit the Cen­ter lo­cated at 403 Rec­tor St.

Jour­ney’s Way of­fers a wide ar­ray of pro­grams for per­sonal growth, fit­ness, ed­u­ca­tion, creative ex­pres­sion, vol­un­teer­ing, plus in­for­ma­tion, re­sources and so­cial ser­vices if needed. Par­tic­i­pants can reg­is­ter for lunch if they are 60plus, and trans­porta­tion can be ar­ranged if they are 65-plus. Many ser­vices and ac­tiv­i­ties are free and do­na­tions and fees for classes are af­ford­able.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, call 215-487-1750.

Se­nior Cit­i­zens Din­ner

Join your neigh­bors ev­ery Wed­nes­day evening from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roxbor­ough Memo­rial Hos­pi­tal Cafe­te­ria for a $5 meal and a visit with friends.

James Tur­rell Skys­pace

The James Tur­rell Skys­pace at Chest­nut Hill Friends Meet­ing is open to the pub­lic ev­ery Sun­day evening.

This Skys­pace dis­plays sub­tly evolv­ing col­ored light wash­ing a vaulted ceil­ing around a rec­tan­gu­lar open­ing to the fad­ing twi­light sky di­rectly over head.

The pro­gram starts 10 min­utes be­fore sun­set.

Seat­ing is lim­ited. To re­serve a place and find the start time for spe­cific dates, check Tick­ and search for Skys­pace.

The Skys­pace is lo­cated at 20 E. Mer­maid Lane in the Chest­nut Hill sec­tion of Philadel­phia.

For com­fort­able view­ing, guests are en­cour­aged to bring yoga mats and cush­ions to lie on the floor or prop their heads up while sit­ting on the benches.

Well Spouse Sup­port Group

A new Well Spouse sup­port group meet­ing the fourth Tues­day of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Cen­ter on the Hill at the Pres­by­te­rian Church, 8855 Ger­man­town Ave., Chest­nut Hill.

Fa­cil­i­ta­tors for the group are Fern Zei­gler, Claire Salvi and David Hale. All have many years of spousal care­giv­ing. All care about help­ing the care­giver.

When one is ill, two need help. When a per­son gets a di­ag­no­sis of a dis­ease or be­comes phys­i­cally dis­abled, their spouse/part­ner is there to help, but who is there to help the “care­giver”? This can be a lonely and some­times over­whelm­ing and fright­en­ing pur­suit for the “well spouse/part­ner.”

When some­one be­comes a care­giver for their spouse or part­ner, their life changes. What were once shared ac­tiv­i­ties/re­spon­si­bil­i­ties be­gin to fall more and more on the care­giver. Meals, shop­ping, laun­dry, clean­ing, child care and fi­nan­cial mat­ters are just a few of the things the care­giver may be­gin to carry alone. Va­ca­tion plans and dreams in­evitably change. Friends may dis­ap­pear. Fam­ily may not be as avail­able as one would hope. Some level of de­pres­sion may oc­cur.

One form of self-help is a sup­port group. This is a group of peo­ple who face sim­i­lar prob­lems. It is a place of respite and even laugh­ter, a place where you are truly un­der­stood and you don’t have to ex­plain your­self. It is also a place for shar­ing of re­sources and ways to care for self.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Fern Zei­gler at 484686-7689 or fernzei­gler@ or Claire Salvi at 215-407-5567.

Lau­rel Hill Ceme­tery Pro­grams

In­for­ma­tion: Lau­rel Hill Ceme­tery is lo­cated at 3822 Ridge Ave., East Falls. Free park­ing is lo­cated in the lot across the street from the Gate­house. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the­lau­rel­hill­ceme­

An­dorra Li­brary Pro­grams

In­for­ma­tion: The An­dorra branch of the Free Li­brary of Philadel­phia is lo­cated at 705 E Cathe­dral Road, Roxbor­ough. The li­brary is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon­days and Wed­nes­days; noon to 8 p.m. Tues­days and Thurs­days; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri­days and Satur­days; closed Sun­days. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit lib­www. freel­i­­ca­tions/ an­dorra-li­brary. Preschool Sto­ry­time:

The An­dorra li­brary hosts a reg­u­lar drop-in preschool sto­ry­time on Wed­nes­day morn­ings at 10:30 a.m.

Kids Yoga: Thurs­days at 4:45 p.m. Stretch, bend and pose with us. Wear com­fort­able cloth­ing (and if you hap­pen to have a yoga mat, feel free to bring it). For school-age kids.

LEGO Club: Work on the build­ing as­sign­ment, check out a project in one of our many Lego books or let your imag­i­na­tion soar and build a cre­ation all your own on Fri­days from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. For school-age chil­dren (the youngest chil­dren should be ac­com­pa­nied by an adult).

Roxbor­ough Li­brary Pro­grams

In­for­ma­tion: The Roxbor­ough branch of the Free Li­brary of Philadel­phia is lo­cated at 6245 Ridge Ave., Roxbor­ough. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 215-6852550.

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