Around Town Dec. 2

The trains are running on time at the Brandywine River Museum of Art. Despite the Sept. 1 flood that closed the museum for almost three months, the museum is open once again. It opened on Black Friday and, while it’s not a typical Brandywine Christmas, the opening included the Brandywine Railroad, the annual O-gauge train display featuring more than 1,000 pieces on more than 2,000 feet of track. The display is in the second-floor gallery and runs through Jan. 9.

Concord Township brings in the holiday season Friday night, Dec. 3, with a visit from Santa at the township meeting room and township grounds at 43 Thornton Road. Residents are invited to celebrate whatever holiday they wish, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Yule, Boxing Day, and Christmas with family, friends, and neighbors. The evening will include Santa arriving in a firetruck, a tree lighting at 6 p.m., with carols sung by the Garnet Valley High School chorus, a fire pit, snowballs, and moßre. The event goes from 6-9 p.m.

Gallery owner Barbara Moore talks with artist Richard Bollinger during a special invitation-only night the day before the start of the last Christmas in Miniature.

 Christmas in Miniature is now on display at Barbara Moore Fine Art gallery in the Barn Shops of Chadds Ford. The exhibit, now in its 40th and final year, features small pieces of art from professional artists at prices that make it easier for people to buy original art. Christmas in Miniature runs through Dec. 31.

How many know the history of their favorite adult beverage drinks? Those who are interested can get at least some information on Tuesday, Dec. 7 when the Chester County History Center holds a one-hour Zoom session Gilded Age Cocktails: History, Lore, and Recipes from America's Golden Age. The decades following the American Civil War burst with invention―they saw the dawn of the telephone, the motor car, electric lights, the airplane ― but no innovation was more welcome than the beverage heralded as the “cocktail.” This is a pay-as-you-wish event, running from 7-8 p.m. Reserve a spot here.

 

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