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Gatsby’s Weekly Lineup: 4936 Pennell Road, Aston. Tuesday, March 23rd, DJ Steve Kurtz dance party, 5pm Wednesday, March 24th, BINGO, 7pm Thursday, March 25th, karaoke with Kurtz, 7pm Friday, March 26th, Side Hustle Band, 7pm; Saturday, March 27th, Retro 45, 7pm; Tuesday, March 30th, DJ Steve Kurtz dance party, 5 p.m. Dinner Comedy Show, 6:30 p.m.; Thursday, April 1st, karaoke with Kurtz, 7.30 p.m.

Light is from Philly: In the United States, up to a billion birds die each year when they collide with buildings and windows that are drawn to their bright artificial light at night. Now, Bird Safe Philly, a coalition of nonprofits, has teamed up with the City of Philadelphia and the construction industry to solve the problem in Philadelphia – which is located in a bird migration corridor along the Atlantic Flyway. Philadelphia joins the national Lights Out initiative. This voluntary program involves turning off or blocking as many external and internal building lights as possible at night during the migration season when millions of birds roam the city. The first season of Lights Out Philly kicks off April 1 at the start of Spring Migration and runs through May 31, when the most winged migrants have traveled through Philadelphia. In the fall, Lights Out Philly and Peak Migration will take place between August 15 and November 15, when birds travel south.

1980 Ridley High School Class: Reunion date change: November 13, 2021 – Reunion 40 – Springfield Country Club. Send updated contact information to idleyHighSchool1980@gmail.com. Visit our RIDLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1980 Facebook page. Discount hotel rooms at the Courtyard Marriott Springfield if you mention RIDLEY HS CLASS of 1980.

Travel Club: Nashville and Memphis, Tenn. 10.-27. June, 8 days, 7 nights, double $ 1,525, triple $ 1,425. The trip includes: deluxe bus transportation, deluxe accommodations, Nashville, nightlife dinner theater, wild horse salon for lunch and line dancing, Studio B tour, Country Hall of Fame, Grand Old Opry show, great spots, 3-hour tour of Nashville city time on Broadway and Honky Tonks. Memphis: Graceland Tour, 3-Hour Tour of Memphis, Shopping Time on Beale Street. All meals included. Tips including travel were planned for last June and had to be canceled due to the virus, but it is an attempt for this year. We have to fill 4 more rooms so that the coach can take off. If you are interested, call a flyer at 215-715-5004

Chester County Planning Commission: has prepared four upcoming events: Spring Planners’ Forum – March 30th; Open Space Summit – April 29; Town Tours Kickoff / Juneteenth Commemoration – June 17th We encourage you to attend any or all of these events and also share the information with others on your network. If you have any questions, please contact our office at ccplanning@chesco.org.

Linvilla Orchards Expert Fishing Derby: If you have always dreamed of catching the perfect trout, this is your opportunity to do just that. In this derby you will find our most competitive fishermen alike. The lucky fisherman who can get the biggest catch will win an incredible grand prize of $ 250. Orchard Lake is stocked with tons of the best rainbow trout, the largest of which are up to 25 inches tall. Each fisherman is allowed to keep one fish, and each additional fish kept costs $ 4.99 per pound. No fishing license is required! Your own rod or it can be rented and bait is for sale. We also serve breakfast, lunch, and hot and cold drinks. This event is rain or shine, so there is no excuse to miss a day of fishing. At the lake, pre-registration is required through our timed ticketing software. Please visit www.linvilla.com to pre-register or for more information. All visitors over two years of age must wear masks and follow all social distancing protocols Please visit our website at www.linvilla.com for more information on our Covid protocol. March 27, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Entry fee: $ 29.99 per fisherman. Telephone: 610-876-7116, email: info@linvilla.com, www.Linvilla.com

The Bryn Mawr College Dance Program: presents the dancer and choreographer Nia Love as well as the poet and critic Fred Moten in an embodied, textual and theoretical dialogue at the interfaces of their expansive work in relation to abolition, volatility and black radical traditions, which was led by the assistant professor of dance, Lela Aisha Jones March, The moderation and curation is 25, 6-7: 45 am These famous artists / scholars / critics / theorists are described by love as a “breakdown in the matrix” and in true “shoot the ish” form through interdisciplinary calls and reactions in dialogue and movement moves. As moderator and curator Jones notes, “This event is meant to transport us to a time when people are still sitting on multimodal verandas enjoying the awe of the collective brilliance that comes from breaking down paperwork and dealing with the unrecorded The Porch is part of the Nia Love: Centering Critical Blackness residency in the Bryn Mawr College Dance Program, which was heavily supported by the 360 ​​° program, and works with the Performing Arts Series and the Mary Flexner Lectureship, the Moten will be presented in lectures on March 16 and 23. Free and open to the public. Reservations are required at www.brynmawr.edu/dance. For more information, please email reservations@brynmawr.edu or call 610-526-5300.

Delaware County Women Against Rape (DCWAR): offers victims of sexual assault free and confidential advice in person and via our 24-hour hotline. The agency offers medical, police and judicial support. DCWAR also supports support groups for adult child sexual abuse survivors, adult sexual assault survivors, and adolescent sexual assault survivors. Educational programs are available to schools, professionals, and community groups. If you have any questions or require services, please call our 24-hour hotline at 610-566-4342.

Delaware County Women Against Rape and Crime Victims: Provide police / judicial accompaniment, legal counsel and free confidential advice to victims of serious crimes such as robbery, burglary, assault, arson and the surviving family members of murder victims. For questions or services, please call Delaware County Women Against Rape and Crime Victim Services at 610-566-4386.

Scholarships Available: In this time of disruption from COVID-19, celebrating young people who make a difference through volunteering is more important than ever. Through November 10, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) are encouraging Pennsylvania volunteers to apply for scholarships and national recognition through the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Pennsylvania students in grades 5 through 12 are invited to apply for the 2021 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards if they have made significant contributions to their communities through volunteering, whether virtual or otherwise, in the past 12 months. The application is available at http://spirit.prudential.com.