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Marple Calendar of Events

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May 2022

Saturdays in May
Art at The Square Tavern & Arts Center
Goshen & Newtown Street Roads
A variety of rotating art displays by local artists, exhibitions and activities.
Time: 11am–5pm
Cost: FREE (donations accepted!)
www.NSHistory.org

Saturdays in May
Paper Mill House Museum Tours
@Paper Mill House
3 Paper Mill Rd, Newtown Square
Visit our museum of local history, a place filled with the ghosts and footprints of the millworkers who once lived there.
Time: 1–4pm
Cost: FREE (donations accepted!)
610-975-0290 www.NSHistory.org

Mon. May 12
Book Trip Monday with Miss Mel
@Marple Public Library
2599 Sproul Rd, Broomall
Have the most wonderful time together by taking a trip around the children’s department to find all the books you want to take home! During our traditional book treks, we will continue to learn about all the sections of the children’s department and where to find our favorite books. Recommended for children of all ages accompanied by parent(s) and/or guardian. No Registration Required.
Time: 11:30am–1pm
Cost: FREE
610-356-1510 www.MarpleLibrary.org

Fri. May 12
Field-to-Feast Dinner
@Rushton Conservation Center
915 Delchester Rd, Newtown Square
Willistown Conservation Trust’s Field-to-Feast Dinners are the perfect way to enjoy an intimate evening with friends, whether you’re bringing your own group or meeting new faces! 12–14 guests gather around the Rushton Conservation Center’s bartop, where they can enjoy conversation while learning from the incredible Donna Laveran of Lazy Susan Kitchen as she prepares your 3-course meal fresh from the Rushton Farm.
Time: 6–8 pm
Cost: TBD
www.WCTrust.org/calendar

Sun. May 15
Linvilla Orchards Historic Antique Car Show
@Linvilla Orchards
137 Knowlton Rd, Media
Linvilla Orchards and The Historical Car Club of Pennsylvania present more than 250 spectacularly restored and maintained antique, classic and muscle cars that take over one of Linvilla’s big fields. Previous highlights have included a 1913 Ford Model T, a 1938 Ford Woody Wagon, a 1958 Chevy Impala and a 1962 Chevy Corvette.
Time: 9am–3pm
Cost: FREE
610-876-7116 www.Linvilla.com

Sun. May 15
Clover Market
@Bryn Mawr Train Station Parking Lot
7 N. Bryn Mawr Ave, Bryn Mawr
Stroll through the market and shop a wide range of handmade and vintage items. In addition, there will be live music, kid’s crafts, food trucks and more.
Time: 10am–4pm
Cost: FREE
www.TheCloverMarket.com

Tues. May 17
Marple Civic Youth’s Dodgeball Tournament
@Marple Gardens/Ann Road Park, Broomall
All incoming or current middle school students who live in Marple Newtown are invited to register in teams of eight. Bring your lunch, a chair and your family!
Time: 12–4pm
Cost: $10 per team
www.Beacons.Page/MarpleCivicYouth

Fri. May 20
Community Supper Series
@Rushton Conservation Center
915 Delchester Rd, Newtown Square
Come on out to the Community Supper Series at the Rushton Conservation Center and don’t forget your lawn chairs and picnic blanket. Each Supper in this series features a different delectable local food truck, complete with brews from Deer Creek Malthouse. Entry is free, and you can stay for the evening and enjoy your supper with live music among friends and family, or take it to go!
Time: 5:30–7:30 pm
Cost: FREE entry, pay-per-item
www.WCTtrust.org/Events/Community-Supper-Series-Picnic

Sat. June 4
26th Annual Historic Newtown Square Day
@the Square Tavern Museum and Art Center (and @various locations)
Route 252 & Goshen Rd, Newtown Square
The historic 1742 Square Tavern activities will include 1st Continental Regiment (Colonial Re-enactors), Lenni Lenape Native Americans, a storyteller, sheep shearing, a beekeeper demonstration and honey, live music with Last Chance’s Ingrid Roseback and Jack Scott, antique cars, children’s activities and more. In addition to opening the Tavern, other historic sites in the community, including the Paper Mill House, the Quaker Meeting House, the Octagonal School, the Newtown Square Railroad Museum, St. David’s Church and the Bartram Covered Bridge will be open with guides who explain the significance of each site to visitors.
Time: 10am–4pm
Cost: FREE (donations gladly accepted!)
www.NSHistory.org

Sat. June 25
Tour of Honor
@Sts. Simon and Jude
8 Cavanaugh Ct, West Chester
Honor Flight Philadelphia is searching for veterans to honor with a trip to Washington D.C. to view those memorials dedicated to those that have served and sacrificed so much to this great nation. Transportation, breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided at no cost to the veterans.
Cost: FREE
610-662-1812 Andrew@HonorFlightPhiladelphia.org