Archive for September 18th, 2016

Exhibit evokes memories of Scarborough

The last of the Paul Scarborough Collection is now on display at The Chadds Ford Gallery. "Scarborough Days - Another Visit To Scarborough Fair," opened this weekend and features original works of the popular artist who died in February 2014. Despite a 90-minute power outage in the village, spirits were bright with memories of the man who would hide a little cardinal ...

 
 

Here’s lowdown on special hoedown

The legendary Chris Sanderson counted square dancing among his myriad talents and pastimes. “If you can walk, you can square dance,” he used to insist. On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Sanderson Museum is inviting the public to experience the fun firsthand. Get ready to promenade down to historic Thornbury Farm from 1 to 4 p.m. for an old-fashioned Square Dance. The ...

 

Stroud to expound on Delaware River Basin

Encompassing more than 13,500 square miles from New York to Delaware, the waters of the Delaware River Basin impact the lives of 15 million people who rely on these waters for drinking and agricultural and industrial use. This watershed directly impacts the health and economics of our region. The Stroud Water Research Center has been studying the Delaware River Basin ...