Note: All notices for events must be emailed to by Thursday at noon. We will not accept faxes or hard copies. All notices will appear online. Print is based on a space-available basis. Thank you.

Gatsby’s Weekly lineup: 4936 Pennell Road, Aston. Tuesday, March 23, DJ Steve Kurtz Dance Party, 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 24, BINGO, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 25, Karaoke with Kurtz, 7 p.m. Friday, March 26, Side Hustle Band, 7 p.m.; Saturday, March 27, Retro 45, 7 p.m.; Tuesday, March 30, DJ Steve Kurtz Dance Party, 5 p.m. Dinner Comedy Show, 6:30 p.m.; Thursday, April 1, Karaoke with Kurtz, 7:30 p.m.

Light’s Out Philly: Up to one billion birds die each year across the United States when they collide with buildings and windows, attracted by their bright artificial lights at night. Now, Bird Safe Philly, a coalition of nonprofits, has joined forces with the City of Philadelphia and the building industry to help mitigate the problem in Philadelphia — situated in a migration corridor for birds along the Atlantic Flyway.  Philadelphia is joining 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 migration seasons when birds are passing through the city by the millions. The first season of Lights Out Philly launches April 1, at the start of peak spring migration and runs through May 31, when most winged migrants will have passed through Philadelphia. In the fall, Lights Out Philly and peak migration will occur between Aug. 15 and Nov. 15 as birds travel south. 

Ridley High School Class of 1980: Reunion date change: November 13, 2021 – 40th Reunion – Springfield Country Club. Send updated contact information to Join our Facebook page RIDLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1980. Discounted hotel rooms available at Courtyard Marriott Springfield if you mention RIDLEY HS CLASS of 1980.

Travel Club: Nashville and Memphis, Tenn. June 10-27, 8 days 7 nights, Double $1,525, triple $1,425. Trip includes.Deluxe motor coach transportation, Deluxe accommodations, Nashville, Night life dinner theater, Wild horse saloon for lunch and learn line dancing, Studio B tour, Country Hall of fame,Grand old Opry show great seats, 3 hour tour of Nashville, Time in town on Broadway and honky tonks. Memphis: Graceland tour, 3 hour tour of Memphis, Time on Beale street for shopping. All meals included. Gratuities included Trip was planned for last June had to cancel because of virus but it is a go for this year. We need to fill 4 more rooms for motor coach to take off If interested call for a flyer, 215-715-5004

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

Linvilla Orchards Expert Fishing Derby: If you’ve always dreamed of catching the perfect trout, this is the opportunity to do just that. This derby is where you’ll find our most competitive fishermen and fisherwomen alike. The lucky fisherperson who can reel in the biggest catch wins a whopping $250 cash grand prize. Orchard Lake is stocked with tons of the very best rainbow trout, with the largest up to 25″. Each fisherman is allotted to keep one fish, and each additional fish kept is $4.99 a pound. No fishing license is required! Feel free to bring your own rod or they are available for rent and bait will be for sale. We will also be serving breakfast, lunch, and hot & cold drinks. This event is rain or shine, so there is no excuse to miss out on a fishtacular day at the lake. Pre-registration is required though our timed ticketing software – please visit to pre-register or for more information. All visitors over the age of two, are required to wear masks and follow all social distancing protocols. Please visit our website at for more information on our Covid protocol. March 27, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Entry fee: $29.99 per fisherman. Phone: 610-876-7116, Email:,

The Bryn Mawr College Dance Program: presents dancer and choreographer Nia Love and poet and critic Fred Moten in an embodied, textual, and theoretical dialogue at the intersections of their expansive work in abolition, fugitivity, and black radical traditions, hosted and curated by Assistant Professor in Dance Lela Aisha Jones March 25, 6-7:45 p.m. Described as a “glitch in the matrix” by Love, and in true “shoot the ish” form, these celebrated artists/scholars/critics/theorists will move through interdisciplinary call and response in dialogue and movement. Host and curator Jones notes, “This event aims to transport us to a time when folks still sit on multimodal porches to bask in the awe of collective brilliance that emerges from dismantling formalities and engaging in blackness uncaptured.” The Porch is part of the Nia Love: Centering Critical Blackness residency in the Bryn Mawr College Dance Program which received major support from the 360° Program and is in collaboration with the Performing Arts Series and the Mary Flexner Lectureship, which will present Moten in lectures on March 16 and March 23. Free and open to the public. Reservations are required at For more information, email or call 610-526-5300.

Delaware County Women Against Rape (DCWAR): offers free and confidential counseling in person and through our 24-hour hotline to victims of sexual assault. The agency provides medical, police and court accompaniment. DCWAR also facilitates support groups for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Adult Survivors of Sexual Assault, and Teen Survivors of Sexual Assault. Educational programs are available to schools, professionals and community groups. Any questions or for services please contact our 24-hour hotline at 610-566-4342.

Delaware County Women Against Rape and Crime Victim Services: offer police/court accompaniment, advocacy and free confidential counseling to victims of serious crimes including robbery, burglary, assault, arson and the surviving family members of homicide victims. Any questions or for services please contact Delaware County Women Against Rape and Crime Victim Services at 610-566-4386.

Scholarships available: In this time of disruption due to COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to celebrate young people making a difference through volunteer service. Through November 10, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) are calling on Pennsylvania youth volunteers to apply for scholarships and national recognition through The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Pennsylvania students in grades 5-12 are invited to apply for 2021 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards if they have made meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteering within the past 12 months — virtually or otherwise. The application is available at

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