Archive for October 30th, 2016

A ‘Howl’ of a lot of fun at Olde Ridge

It was designed for fun and that’s the way “Howl-O-Ween” festivities turned out at Olde Ridge Village Saturday. Giggy Bites, Pinot’s Palette, Cunius Martial Art, Salon Sestra and other shops took part in the event that included a canine relay race, a haunted alley, pumpkin painting and scarecrow making.   Emma ...

 
 

Treats and Tricks at Chadds Ford Gallery

Artist Jacalyn Beam and The Chadds Ford Gallery came up with their own twist on Halloween with a new exhibit, Treats and Tricks. Gift bags with candy and discount coupons were given to buyers during the Oct. 28 opening and the first 10 buyers received $50 gift certificates for Brandywine Prime. There was also a raffle for one of Beam’s paintings, “The Meeting Place,” ...

 

Library seeking feedback through online survey

The Kennett Library Board of Trustees wants to know what area residents would like to see in a new library. This past summer, the board received approval from the eight municipalities it serves – Kennett Square Borough and East Marlborough, Kennett, Newlin, New Garden, Pennsbury, Pocopson, and West Marlborough townships – to determine the feasibility of combining ...

 

Free talk to run gamut from hip hop to politics

An expert on race, politics and popular culture will speak at Lincoln University during a free program sponsored by the Hadley Fund. James Braxton Peterson, director of Africana studies and an associate professor of English at Lehigh University, will discuss “A Hip Hop World Order: Critical Listening, Visual Literacy & Verbal Prowess in the 21st Century,” on ...