Archive for May 10th, 2018

Neighbors for Crebilly want seat at the table

Toll Bros. does not want Neighbors for Crebilly to be involved in their appeal of the Westtown supervisors’ decision denying the conditional use application for Crebilly Farm, according to a lawyer for the neighbors’ group. “We filed a petition to intervene,” Mark Thompson said at a meeting Wednesday at The Concept School in Westtown. “We found out today that Toll ...

 
 

Mixed Media: Bustling galleries

Did you get out for the May First Friday last weekend?  Carspecken-Scott Gallery held the opening Thursday night for Frances Roosevelt’s solo exhibit of recent work. The gallery was bustling! The Square Pear Fine Art Gallery (formerly Mala Galleria) made its debut with its new name last week. Their exhibition, “Everyday Moments” features work form Olga Nelson, ...

 

Adopt-a-Pet May 10

The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Kali Kali is a big, beautiful torbie cat weighting in at 15 pounds. This 6-year old sweetie was transferred from an overcrowded shelter, receiving her second chance at finding her forever home with the BVSPCA. Kali is very loving and would make a terrific companion cat.  ...

 

Around Town May 10

• On Saturday, May 12, violin maker Teal Wintsch of Baltimore, Md., and David Bromberg, of Fine Violins in Wilmington, will give a lecture on the history of violin making using the Sanderson Museum’s violin collection as illustrations. In addition, he will play two of the instruments that have not been heard in over 50 years. The lecture and demonstration will be ...