Around Town March 28

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Longwood Gardens new conservatory will be the largest stand-alone conservatory in North America when it opens in November. (Courtesy Image)

It’s time to mark the calendars. Longwood Gardens has announced that after three years of construction, Longwood Reimagined will open on Nov. 22 of this year. Changes and additions include a third conservancy that’s all glass and will be the largest stand-alone conservatory in North America, a Cascade Garden with a Bonsai Courtyard, and more.

The owners of Taste & Sea Seafood, Steaks & Libations will be holding its grand opening on Monday April 8 from 4-9 p.m.  Taste $ Sea is located at 1810 Wilmington Pike, the former location of Pescatores Restaurant.

Roberta Winemiller is the guest conductor for the DCS on April 14.

On Saturday, April 14, at 3 p.m., the Delaware County Symphony presents A Chamber Concert for All Ages. The performance includes Ragtime music and a symphony for toys in this family friendly event. With guest conductor, Dr. Roberta Winemiller, the DCS Chamber Ensemble will perform The Toy Symphony and a selection of ragtime arrangements, from 1912, colloquially known as the Red Back Book. Click here to purchase tickets.

The YMCA of Greater Brandywine (YGBW) is offering free outdoor pool memberships to current members or those who join prior to March 31. Both current members and new members must have an eligible membership type to receive free access to outdoor pools. Outdoor pools are available at the Coatesville, Jennersville, Kennett Area, West Chester Area and Upper Main Line Ys. Outdoor pools are open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Individuals who join the YGBW after the March 31 promotion and wish to use the outdoor pool, will need to pay a separate outdoor pool fee, in addition to their YGBW membership. More information is available at

Wildflower Weekend returns to Mt. Cuba Center.

Mt. Cuba Center is bringing back Wildflower Weekend April 19-21. Experience a display of native spring blooms at the peak of their glory; and enjoy three days of live music, gardening activities, outdoor family programming, and more. A variety of food selections and native plants will be available for purchase, while supplies last. Free for members and included with general admission. Timed tickets are not required. Get general admission tickets here.

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