Aloysius “Al “ J. Harkins of Glen Mills

Aloysius “Al “ J. Harkins, 80, a longtime resident of Glen Mills and a Westinghouse Inc. retiree, died Nov. 3. Al was predeceased by his daughter Catherine Binder. Survivors: His wife of 38 years: Marie (Franceschino) Harkins; Children: Rose Ann Robertson, Mary Ann McCready, and Aloysius J. Harkins, III; two step-children: Donna Marie Leva and Anthony Leva; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Visitation: Monday, Nov.…

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Mixed Media: Art exploring space and movement

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Through the Wood by Elise Phillips at Church Street Gallery

The severe rain held off long enough last Friday for Kennett Square to welcome a bustling crowd to its’ Expanded Art Stroll. Congratulations to all the merchants, artists, organizations and volunteers for contributing to such a fun event. Special shout out to Casa Guanajuato for their phenomenal installation experience, “Journey to Mictlan” the sawdust carpet installations, the costumed characters, and the ambience at the Garage…

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Agave to get liquor license

Agave restaurant in Chadds Ford will soon be able to sell liquor. The restaurant, at 1620 Baltimore Pike in the strip mall where the U.S. Post Office is located, currently is BYOB but township supervisors last night approved a liquor license transfer from Ridley Township. Restaurant co-owner Chris Medina and Agave General Manager Rory Hirst testified that there would be no other changes to Agave’s…

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Around Town Nov. 8

• The Chester County Youth Orchestra will be performing on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. at Fugett Middle School. The concert, featuring young Chester County musicians, will benefit Safe Harbor of Chester County. • The annual Christmas in Miniature exhibition gets underway on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Barbara Moore Fine Art Gallery in the Barn Shops in Chadds Ford Township. More than 40 artists — painters…

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