Birmingham commemorates 245th

The fields of Sandy Hollow will be alive with Revolutionary War re-enactors to mark the 245th anniversary of the Battle of Brandywine. About 800 troops, almost equal numbers for Colonial and English armies, are expected to attend the two-day event. Also, 16 mounted re-enactors and about 10 field pieces are scheduled to be part of the celebration. “This will be one of the major historical…

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Celebrate fall at the Glass Art Pumpkin Festival

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Beachy Glass Pumpkin

Is there anything better than the cool breezes of fall on a warm September day? Enjoying them at a festival of course! While many fests are returning this season after a hiatus through the pandemic, exciting new ones are emerging as well. This weekend, the first ever Glass Art Pumpkin Festival will take place at WGK Glass Art in Toughkenamon, PA, next to the New…

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Around Town Sept. 15

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Courtney Mattison (b. 1985), Hope Spots: Outer Seychelles II, 2015. Glazed stoneware and porcelain, 17 x 16 x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist, one of the pieces coming to the Brandywine River Museum of Art on Sept. 24.

• Brandywine River Museum’s next exhibit, Fragile Earth: The Naturalist Impulse in Contemporary Art, opens Saturday, Sept. 24. The exhibit showcases the diverse approaches taken by today’s ecologically concerned artists, illustrating their role in advocating for environmental causes. • Unionville High School has partnered with Chester County Health Department again this year to serve as a community flu vaccine clinic. The Unionville Flu Clinic will…

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