Bits & Pieces for July 29

• Old Wooden Market &
Deli has extended summer hours. The market is now open until 9 p.m. Fridays and

• goes
classical. The Kennett Square-based Internet radio station changed its music
format to all classical music Monday, July 26. The station will continue
providing local news and sports coverage. (Full disclosure:
Managing Editor Rich Schwartzman is a news contributor to

• State Rep. Stephen
Barrar, R-160, of Boothwyn, will host a health and fair Saturday, Sept. 25,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of Endo Pharmaceuticals. The fair is
designed to offer free information about healthy lifestyles.

• The Friends of the
Rachel Kohl Library are hosting their first BINGO evening to benefit the
library on Sunday August 22, from 6-8 p.m. in the Community Room. Tickets are
$10 for 10 games and additional games can be purchased at the event. The
library is asking people to reserve their space early since seating is limited
in the community room. Prizes will be gift certificates donated by local
businesses. Additionally, several gift baskets will be raffled off that
evening. Chances for the baskets are available in the library and include a
weekend at the Hyatt Regency in Washington, DC, an international wine
collection, and several other baskets.

•Four local artists bring
their perspectives of our local and historic landscapes together in this
one-time exhibit. “recent works” opens at Darlington Arts Center. Painters Kaela Parkhouse and Eric Ermigiotti are joined by
printmaker Regina Stoltz and ceramicist Laura B. Westmoreland to bring their
unique work together for this special exhibit. The show will run through August 31.

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