Archive for April 17th, 2016

Massive Barn Market, equally giant traffic jams

From left CFHS President Kendal Reynolds, Office Manager Derek Larson, and Lisa Vonderstrick cut the ribbon.

A beautiful Saturday morning turned into one beaut of a traffic jam this weekend as thousands of people crowded onto Creek Road to attend the Second Annual Massive Barn Market held on the grounds of the Chadds Ford Historical Society. The crowds came to buy antiques and collectibles from more than 80 vendors. The convergence of old stuff and new social media ...

 
 

Garden tour: Man cave to magazine showplace

The Kennett Public Library’s popular House and Garden Tour on Saturday, June 4, will feature eight properties in the Chadds Ford area this year. Tickets are limited and typically sell out.

What could be more beautiful than seeing exquisite private homes and gardens in full bloom on the Kennett Public Library’s House and Garden Tour? It’s the knowledge that the price of your admission ticket will help fund key library programs. “This year’s tour, scheduled for Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., offers an amazing variety of homes and gardens with ...

 

Canine Partners celebrate The Art of the Bark

Come paint a perfect evening at Canine Partners for Life’s 'Art of the Bark!' Join Canine Partners for Life (CPL) for our next “canine chic” celebration, The Art of the Bark, on Saturday, May 14 from 7 to 10 p.m.  It will be an evening of fantastic fare, friends -both the two-legged and four-legged variety - and FUNdraising. Service dogs in training will greet guests ...

 

Rabbinic Reflections: Passover, a Jewish civics lesson

Everyone votes at a Passover seder, the traditional formal meal on the first night of the holiday. Who will engage in lucid conversation about policy questions meant to advance the seder project and potentially advance the Jewish people? Who will play outsider and reject the rules and format, but nevertheless conform to the project simply by asking how nothing has ...