Archive for November 2nd, 2017

Weymouth legacy continues

George A. "Frolic" Weymouth was one of the driving forces and founders of the Brandywine Conservancy and later the Brandywine River Museum. That was 50 years ago. Weymouth died in April 2016, but his legacy and efforts live on. Today, Virginia "Ginny" Logan is the Frolic Weymouth executive director and CEO of the Brandywine Conservancy and River Museum of Art. She ...

 
 

Budget talks start in Chadds Ford

As the calendar year winds down, it's time for townships to begin pondering their budget for the next year. Chadds Ford Township supervisors began the public part of that process during their Nov. 1 meeting. Interim Township Manager Matt DiFilippo presented the proposed preliminary budget. As presented, it's a balanced plan with revenues and expenses anticipated at ...

 

Adopt-a-Pet: Nov. 2

The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Arrow Who's looking for a hound-some boy? Arrow is a sweet and gentle soul who would make a great family dog. He’s incredibly smart, takes treats gently, and has mastered sit, stay and down. He’s done well with other dogs at the shelter who like exuberant play, so he would ...

 

Around Town Nov. 2

• The Delaware Museum of Natural History presents selected works by artist Charles Allmond. Lending Legacies: The Art of Charles Allmond is on exhibit beginning Friday, Nov. 3 for the Art Loop, with an artist's reception from 5-8 p.m. Allmond's work focuses on capturing the unique way each animal moves. His abstract interpretation captures the unique movement of ...