Delaware County PA and Surrounding Area Weekend Events and Family Fun 11/2 – 11/4

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Looking for some Greater Philadelphia area DAY TRIP ideas? Check out this full list HERE for some inspiration.

Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Oaks, PA
Nov 2nd – Nov 4th
at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
300+ talented artisans
Details and ticket info HERE

Little Shop of Horrors
Nov 2nd – Nov 17th
at Narberth Community Theatre 6376 City Ave, Philadelphia, PA
Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
Seymour Krelborn is a meek and dejected assistant at a floral shop who happens upon a strange plant, which he affectionately names “Audrey II” after his crush at the shop. Little does he know that this strange and unusual plant will develop a soulful R&B voice, a potty mouth, and an unquenchable thirst for HUMAN BLOOD.
As Audrey II grows bigger and meaner, the carnivorous plant promises limitless fame and fortune to Seymour, as long as he continues providing a fresh supply of blood. Just when it’s too late, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s extra-terrestrial origins and his true drive for world-domination
Details HERE

Mermaids at Adventure Aquarium
Nov 3rd – 11th
Details and ticket info HERE

Cherry Street Pier
121 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Experience Delaware River Waterfront’s unique take on public space with the opening of Cherry Street Pier
Details HERE and HERE

Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary
Sept 21st – Nov 10th
2027 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA
Details and ticket info HERE

HersheyPark in the Dark
select dates October 19 – November 4
Get ready for coaster rides, trick or treating, a visit to Creatures Of The Night® attraction, and more at Hersheypark In The Dark seasonal event!
Details and ticket info HERE

Linvilla Orchards  
Details HERE

Lansdowne Landing
7 AM – 10 PM
30 North Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA
What is The Landing?
Inspired by awesome outdoor gathering places like Philadelphia’s own The Porch or Spruce Street Harbor Park, the Lansdowne Landing is a fun, festive spot that’s open from 7am to 10pm.
Visit for a full schedule of events, updated regularly, so check by often for fun from family-friendly fun to live music to food trucks and more!
Details HERE

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia
Details and ticket info HERE

Please Touch Museum
Details HERE

The Franklin Institute
Details HERE

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Details HERE

Academy of Natural Sciences
Philadelphia Shell Show October 27th & 28th
Details and ticket info HERE

Philadelphia Zoo
Details and Ticket Info HERE

Delaware Museum of Natural History
Details, ticket info and more HERE

Longwood Gardens
Details HERE

The Crayola Experience
Easton, PA
Details HERE
Purchase discount tickets HERE and get $4 off admission price (Regular Price: $19.99 Your Price: $15.99)

Garden State Discovery Museum
Details HERE

Delaware Children’s Museum
Details HERE

Brandywine Zoo
Details HERE

Sahara Sam’s Indoor Water Park
Details HERE

Studio Movie Grill Upper Darby
Movie, Food, Bar, comfy seats and more!
Details HERE

AMC Dine In Movie Theater – Painters Crossing – West Chester
Movie, Food, Bar, comfy reclining seats and more!
** Best to purchase tickets online through
See my review and more info HERE

Details HERE

Sahara Sams Indoor & Outdoor Water Park
Details HERE

Friday November 2, 2018

For a calendar of Various Infant and Toddler Programs as well as afterschool events at local Delco Libraries, Go HERE

Free Family Fishing with Guan First Catch Center
9 AM – 11 AM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Join Guan First Catch Center for their free family fishing events! Get a start on fishing or learn tips to catch different types of fish! Limited rods and bait will be available or bring your own! No License needed.
Details HERE

Friends of the Swarthmore Public Library Book & Bake Sale – 1/2 Price Day
9 AM – 7 PM
at Swarthmore Public Library
Great bargains on your favorite books, music, movies, and more!
Details HERE

Halloween Candy Buy Back
10 AM – 2 PM
at Broomall Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics 1220 West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA
For the second year in a row Broomall Pediatric Dentistry will be hosting a Halloween Candy Buy Back!
Protect those healthy smiles from the cavity monster and send smiles to our troops overseas! Bring your unopened candy to our dental office and receive $1 for every pound you donate (up to $5).
Now taking sign-ups! Please contact us if you would like to sign-up! Tell us what time you can make it! Sign ups are not necessary but preferrred!
Details HERE

DINOVEMBER: Movie-saurus – Land Before Time (G, 69 minutes)
1 PM – 2:30 PM
at Ridley Township Public Library
Registration appreciated  Drop-ins welcome.
Details HERE

Gaming Club
2:30 PM – 4 PM
at Haverford Twp. Free Library
Relax and play a game! A PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and several retro consoles are available for use. Feel free to bring your own portable device or games, too.
This program is free and open to those in grades 6-12.
No registration is required.
Details HERE

3 PM – 4:30 PM
at Ridley Township Public Library
Ridley Township Library is celebrating dinosaurs all month. Stop by the library for scavenger hunts, stories, crafts, fun facts, jokes, and more!
Today, join for a dino craft- stop by anytime between 3pm and 4:30pm
Ages 3-10 years
Registration appreciated. Drop-ins welcome.
Details HERE

Board Games
3 PM – 4:45 PM
at Upper Darby Municipal Branch
Play your favorite games with friends every Friday! Lots of different games to choose from. Open to kids in grades 1-12. Call the Upper Darby Municipal Library at 610-734-7649 to register or stop by at 501 Bywood Avenue.
Details HERE

After School Board Games at Middletown Free Library
3 PM – 5 PM
MFL has a TON of board games, and Mr. Derek (Youth Services Assistant) is a board game master! Come by after school and learn a new game, or play one of your favorites. Bring some friends or make some new ones! For ages 10+
Registration is not required!
Details HERE

BYOB & Pizza Night at Lulu’s Casita
4 PM – 7:30 PM
at 6 Cricket Avenue, Ardmore, PA
Lulu’s is open until 7:30pm for more fun, BYOB and pizza starting at 4pm. You can now place your pizza order ahead of time, give us a call, let them know what you want and they will have your pizza waiting for you! Regular admission
Details HERE

Movie Day
5 PM – 6 PM
at Yeadon Library
Details HERE

Day of the Dead Coco Movie Night and Potluck at Middletown Free Library
5 PM – 7:30 PM
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos “Day of the Dead” with us with a family potluck , viewing of the hit movie “Coco”, and a small craft after the movie!
In remembrance of our ancestors/family who have passed away, bring a favorite dish of theirs to share with the group, which we will all enjoy while watching Pixar’s Coco! Could be a family member’s favorite meal, drink, snack, candy, etc.! Please make sure to include a card stating what the dish is and which ancestor/family member loved it.
Must bring something to participate!
Details HERE

The Texas Chainsaw Musical
8 PM
at The Barnstormers, Inc. 402 Tome St, Ridley Park, PA
The Texas Chainsaw Musical! By Christopher Minori and Composer Cory Bytof is the story of a handsome serial killer, his overly affectionate momma, the women he loves, and the pantywaist runt that ruins everything. It is not based on the 1974 horror film, but on the same events that inspired The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Psycho, and Silence of the Lambs: Wisconsin serial killer, Ed Gein. In the musical, Eddy Gee has been tormenting the residents of Plainfield, Texas since he was a child. After killing his mother, Eddy snaps and goes on a rampage, but things get problematic when he falls in love with one of his intended victims. Over-the-top humor, absurd but authentic characters, and moving, catchy tunes lead us through the lives of the four main characters as they trip over each other toward an unexpected and shocking ending.
Details HERE

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Bryn Mawr Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday 9am-1pm (open year round)
in the Amtrak Parking Lot
at the intersection of Lancaster & Bryn Mawr Avenues
Details HERE

West Chester Growers Market
9 AM
Corner of Church and Chestnut Streets, West Chester, PA
Details HERE

Philadelphia Area Recycling & Hard Drive Shredding Event
9 AM – 1 PM
1 Judy Way, Aston, PA
Items accepted for FREE:
-Desktop, laptops, tablets, servers, hard drives (On-site data destruction will be offered for $10 per hard drive)
-Cell phones, Ipods, MP3 players, etc
-Computer Peripherals include keyboards, mice, printers (
-Phones, phone systems
-AC Adapter & wiring
The following items will be accepted for a CHARGE:
-House hold appliances including: Small AC Units, Refrigerators, Microwaves and Dehumidifiers ($20/unit)
-All monitors, Tube TVs, LCD TVs and Plasma Tvs ($30.00/unit*)
-Console/Projection TVs ($75.00/unit*)
*Coupon for equal or greater value provided for CyberCrunch mail-back program.
The following items will NOT BE ACCEPTED:
-Light bulbs
-Wooden speakers
-Liquids or hazardous waste
Details HERE

Fall at The Bryn Mawr Farmers Market
9 AM – 1 PM
54 North Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA
Details HERE

St. Eugene Craft Fair
9 AM – 3 PM
at St Eugene Elementary School 110 S Oak Ave, Primos, PA
Scentsy, paparazzi jewelry, Lipsense, 31, premier and many more! Come and get a start on your holiday shopping!
Details HERE

Friends of the Swarthmore Public Library Book & Bake Sale – $5 a Bag Day
9 AM – 4 PM
at Swarthmore Public Library
Great bargains on your favorite books, music, movies, and more!
Details HERE

There’s Magic In Store Holiday Event at participating Disney Stores
9 AM – close
Join us in-store Saturday, November 3 to ring in the holiday season! Wear your holiday best to see our festive décor, check out just-arrived toys & gifts, the chance to win giveaways and so much more. Plus, watch a screening of Mickey’s Christmas Carol at 4pm and Olaf’s Frozen Adventure at 7pm.
Learn more:
Event is intended for Guests ages 3+. Event subject to cancellation or change without notice. Not taking place in Outlet stores.
Details HERE

Block Party
10 AM – 11 :30 AM
at Upper Darby/Sellers Library
For children ages 2 – 8, with adult!
Join us for building exploration and creative, imaginative fun. Block play builds math skills, science skills, literacy and language skills, technology skills, and creativity!
No registration is necessary
Details HERE

Harvest Hayrides and Straw Bale Maze at Linvilla Orchards
10 AM – 5 PM
Details HERE

Kids Club Christmas Trees
10 AM – 12 PM
at participating Michaels Craft Stores
Cost: .$2 per project, ages 3+, supplies included.
$5 per project, ages 6+, supplies included.
Details HERE

Candy Buy Back
10 AM – 1 PM
at Rose Tree Kids 1245 N Providence Rd, Media, PA
“Candy Buy Back with Operation Gratitude. Come on out for some fun! We will be collecting candy and giving each child $1 per pound of candy and sending them to the troops. Don’t worry, we will be sending toothbrushes too! We will have coffee for parents and a coloring table for the kids to send thank you pages to the troops as well. Balloons, music, and fun!
If you have any questions, email”
Details HERE

Salute the Troops Car Show
10 AM – 3:30 PM
Rose Tree Park 1671 N Providence Rd, Media PA
Details HERE

Ship Bottom Beer Garden at Linvilla Orchards
10 AM – 8 PM
Beer Garden will be open every weekend from 10 AM to 8 PM. Special limited release this weekend of our Imperial Pumpkin Ale so get there early before it’s all gone
Details HERE

Unlocking the Secrets of Your Dreams
11 AM
at Aston Public Library
Ken Kaplan is a DREAM FACILITATOR who has an extraordinary gift in assisting people to understand their dreams.
He has been highly successful through the years working with indvidual and group presentations, clarifying the manner in which dreams communicate.
Ken Kaplan has presented on dreams in the Delaware Valley for 20 years. He wrote a column on dreams for Wisdom online magazine for over two years.
Registration required
Details HERE

Storytime and Activities Featuring How the Grinch Stole Christmas! 
11 AM
at Barnes & Noble, Lawrence Park Shopping Center, Broomall
Grow your heart three sizes with this beloved holiday classic. Join us for Storytime featuring activities and an Advent calendar to take home, while supplies last.
Details HERE

Historic Brewing Demonstration at Colonial Plantation
11 AM – 4 PM
3900 North Sandy Flash Drive, Newtown Square, PA
Historian and brewer Bob Fullmer will be on site to demonstrate the making of ale in the 17th and 18th centuries, and we will also have experts to demonstrate modern brewing using hops grown at the Plantation. Visitors can also enjoy cooking demonstrations in our 18th century hearth kitchen, house tours, farm tours, and other crafts and activities for the whole family.
Admission: Admission is $10.00 for adults and $6.00 for children ages 4 and up. Ages 3 and under are free.
Details HERE

Robotics Open House
11 AM – 4 PM
Eastern Pennsylvania Robotics Alliance 1001 Washington Ave, Prospect Park, PA
Community FIRST Robotics has moved to Prospect Park! We are excited to show off our new home!
Our Open House will be on Saturday, November 3rd from 11am until 4pm. We are welcoming the entire community to see what we have to offer!
Come see our new robotics rooms, meet current team members, drive robots, and learn about all of the programs we offer for kids in grades K through 12 as well as adult mentoring and sponsorship opportunities.
We have big robots, small robots, and a whole lot of fun activities planned for young and old alike.
Want to know what we’ve been doing going in and out of our new home at Olivet Presbyterian? Come check us out and bring your friends and neighbors!
Light refreshments offered. Games and activities planned.
All members of the community welcome!
Event is free. Email for more information
Special activities for Girl Scout troops in attendance! Register your troop by emailing
FIRST Robotics is an international program to inspire youth to pursue interests in science and technology. Scholarships available to FIRST participants have topped over 80 million dollars this year!
Details HERE

CraftNOW Create
11 AM – 4 PM
at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia
All activities are FREE and family friendly. Stop by and join in at any time!
Presented in partnership with the The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Made possible with funding from Blick Art Materials with additional support from the American Craft Council and Freeman’s.
Free art activities include:
Spinning Tops with The Center for Art in Wood
The creation of these wooden tops is an easy three step process that allows artists to take as much or as little time as they want to bring to life a beautiful piece.
Claymation with The Clay Studio
Animate clay characters using the art of stop motion. One person or a group of people can create a story, supply voices for characters, and share your creation with the world.
Button Making with The Fabric Workshop and Museum
Create your own wearable message from an assortment of dyed fabrics, thread, and printed texts to cut, collage, and press the materials into souvenir buttons.
Fabric YoYo’s with Handcraft Workshop
Come learn the tried and true art of making yoyo embellishments. Sewing experts will be available to give you a sewing machine demonstration.
Nature Embroidery with Philadelphia Museum of Art
Inspired by their craft collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art will help visitors create a small masterpiece using embroidery techniques.
Digitizing Clay with Tyler School of Art, Temple University
Watch live demonstrations of 3D printing in clay and see forms emerge from molds that were digitally fabricated.
Glass Blowing Studio Tours with The University of the Arts
Watch a video of the UArts glass studio from the comfort of the Kimmel Center – and then head next door to see everything up close. Escorted tours leave every half hour.
Handmade Jewelry with Wayne Art Center
Cathy Darlington will conduct a make-and-take with metal jewelry. Go home with a brand new piece of jewelry that you made for yourself!
Wooden Toy Making with Wharton Esherick Museum
Create your own classic folk-art toys! Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about woodworking techniques with hand tools and to make and take their own pieces.
Details HERE

Couponing Classes
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
at Yeadon Public Library
Interested in saving money on groceries, cosmetics and miscellaneous items. Sign up for our couponing classes today and clip your way to savings! 
Details HERE

Train Rides at Linvilla Orchards
12 PM – 5 PM
Details HERE

Chess Club
1 PM
at Lansdowne Library
No matter your age or experience, all are welcome to play and learn chess with us!
Details HERE

MAKEbreak Decorate A Mini Tree
1 PM – 3 PM
at participating Michaels Craft Stores
Cost: Buy the Ashland mini tree, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.
Details HERE

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World!
1 PM – 4:45 PM
at Upper Darby/Sellers Library
Celebrate the 55th anniversary of the premier of Stanley Kramer’s classic, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World!
Watch the side-splitting comedy, test your knowledge of the film with some paper and pencil games, and see a special feature or two. Light refreshments, too!
Intermission included.
The program will be held in the 2nd floor meeting room. There is no elevator.
Registration required.
**Due to limited seating, this program is for ages 18 and up.**
Details HERE

PAWS for Reading
2 PM
at Middletown Free Library
“PAWS for Reading is a program that allows children to read aloud to a therapy dog (or cat, or bunny!) in order to improve reading and communication skills. Children read individually to trained therapy pets (and their handlers) in schools, libraries, or other settings where they can feel comfortable and confident — and have fun! After all, a dog will not correct them or make them feel awkward if they stumble.”
MFL is a participating library in PAWS for Reading program! We have enough spaces per visit for 12 kids/readers. We recommend ages 5+ or any one who can read aloud.
Readers are limited to 10 minutes of reading aloud to a pet, but can read on their own or enjoy the library while waiting. Register for each individual child you will be bringing (do not include yourself or caregivers in the number).
If you register but do not show-up without notice, you will forfeit any future sign-ups for this program. Those unable to sign up are welcome to come and take any open space that may happen from no-shows!
Details and registration info HERE

Watercolor Painting Workshop
2 PM – 4 PM
at Mary M. Campbell MH Library
For ages 18 & up only.
Registration required, space limited
Details HERE

Harvest Festival & Craft Fair Fundraiser at Ridley Park Swim Club
12 PM
Details HERE

Haunted Library & Costume Contest
5 PM – 7 PM
at Middletown Free Library
Join for a fun and spooky evening at the library. Halloween is over but don’t put your costume away yet!!
Trick or Treat amongst the books, visit the haunted basement, enjoy pizza and sweet treats and win a cool prize in our costume contest. Everyone in grades 6-12 are invited to our post-Halloween party.
Let us know if you will be participating in the Costume Contest when you register. Prizes will be given for:
Most Original
Most Generic
For kids in grades 6-12 ONLY!!!!
Registration required!
Details HERE

Movie Night at Ridley Park Swim Club – The Nightmare Before Christmas
6 PM
Come join us Saturday night to watch “The Nightmare before Christmas” – rated PG. Cost is $5.00/pp. Nonmembers are welcome. There will be a snack bar available. Remember to bring your chair and your favorite blanket 
Proceeds will go towards ongoing capital improvements at Ridley Park Swim Club.
Details HERE

Gaming After Dark
6:30 PM – 9 PM
at Haverford Twp. Free Library
Teens take over the library during this monthly, after hours club. Join us for video games, board games, music, and art. Hang out with friends in this super-chill teens only space. Five dollars for a group order of pizza is optional.
This program is free and open to those entering grades 6-12.
No registration is required.
Details HERE

Sunday, November 4, 2018


Media Farmers Market (every Sunday through Novmber 18th)
9 AM – 1 PM
at Edgemont Street Between Barrall Field and Media Elementary Playground
The Media Farmer’s Market is proud to announce that the Market will be returning May 13! We have been working hard to find many great new vendors, as well as some of the old favorites, to bring you the best and freshest local fruits, vegetables, bread, meats, and much more! Join us for our opening market on Sunday, May 13 from 9am to 1pm on Edgemont St. between State and Front Streets.
Details HERE

First Sundays for Families: Pirate Adventure Day
10 AM – 1 PM
at Brandywine River Museum
Create pirate-themed crafts, hunt for art treasures in the museum, meet the Pirates of Fortune’s Folly, and experience “Storytime Peter Pan” presented by Hedgerow Theatre.
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pirate Crafts
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Photo Ops and knot-tying with Fortune’s Folly Pirates
11 a.m. and 12 noon
Performances of Storytime Peter Pan by Hedgerow Theatre
First Sundays for Families at the Museum presents free, hands-on workshops designed to engage visitors of all ages in creative art activities and performances. No registration necessary.
Details HERE

Harvest Hayrides and Straw Bale Maze at Linvilla Orchards
10 AM – 5 PM
Details HERE

Swarthmore Makers Market
11 AM – 3 PM
Open Air Market in front of The Inn at Swarthmore 10 Chester Rd in Swarthmore PA
50 plus local artists and crafters plus food, music, and kids activities
Details HERE and HERE
(Thanks, Michelle J.)

Harvest in the Square at Glen Eagle Square
12 PM – 2 PM
477 Wilmington West Chester Pike, Glen Mills, PA
Join for a FREE Harvest in the Square event! Bring the family by for horse drawn hayrides, 93.7 WSTW Live Broadcasts with pumpkin decorating, arts & crafts, face painting, balloon artist, a Makin’ Music Rockin’ Rhythms performance at 12:30pm, sweet treats and more!
Details HERE

Playfest 2018 presented by PopUpPlay
12 PM – 3 PM
at Cherry Street Pier 121 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Bring the family to this FREE festival to celebrate Philly’s unique Play with upcycled games and activities from Pop-up Play,
The Franklin Institute, Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion,
Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse, Free Library of Philadelphia, Stick-lets, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, Ifacepaint215 and Kith + Kin.
Details HERE

4th Annual Philadelphia Veterans Parade and Festival 2018
12 PM – 3:30 PM
Parade kicks off at 12noon at 16th & JFK. Festival at 5th & Market from 12:30-4pm.
Details HERE

Cat Nook Cafe: Grand Opening
12 PM – 4 PM
18 W. Winona Ave, Norwood, PA
“The endless paws-abilities for fun, prizes, and adorable cat antics begin in our cozy Cat Lounge:
For $5 (per person), you can sit and hang out with our cats in our comfy Cat Lounge for 15 minutes! What can you expect to find there? Chances to snap selfies, toss around toys, “oooh” and “awwww,” and gently pet our rambunctious feline friends.
But that’s not all…
Those waiting for their turn in the Cat Lounge can sit in our Cafe and watch the cats through our viewing windows. While you sit and relax, you can sip tea and coffee. Or munch on a light snack. And if you’re feline up to it, you can have your face painted to match your favorite cat!
And don’t forget to stop by the register to check out all our adorable cat-themed treats– collars for your pets, cute cat spoons, home-made cat toys, awesome shirts, and more.
Grand Opening Activites Include:
* Sit with Cats*
* Raffle Prizes *
* Photos *
* Family Fun *
* Face Painting *
* Sip Coffee or Tea *
& Much More!
As a completely volunteer-run cat cafe, every cent you spend at the Cat Nook Cafe, from the raffle tickets and the lounge to the coffee and the tea, all goes toward supporting our local rescue cats. We can’t wait to see you there!
**Children and Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult family member to enter the cat lounge**”
Details HERE

200 years of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
1 PM – 2 PM
at Marple Public Library
Join us for a discussion about the life of Mary Shelley and her most enduring work – Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus. Written when she was still a teenager, it is considered the first science fiction novel. It is also quite possibly the most misrepresented novel in pop culture. Come learn about how the story originated, its major themes and why it is still so relevant 200 years later. Megan O’Donnell, a doctoral student at the University of Delaware will present. Light refreshments will be provided. 
Registration required
Details and Registration info HERE

LEGO Free Play
1 PM – 3 PM
at Media-UP Free Library
Play with the selection of LEGO and DUPLO-type blocks. Just drop in!
Details HERE

Fall Hayrides at Tyler Arboretum
1 PM , 1:45 PM and 2:30 PM
Tyler Arboretum 515 Painter Rd, Media, PA
Enjoy the magic of fall at Tyler with a hayride! Each 30-minute hayride takes you around the Scenic Loop to view the splendor of the season. Your autumn chariot awaits!
Pre-registration suggested – space is limited; $4 per person. Children ages 2 and under: FREE.
Details HERE

Concord Harvest Festival
1 PM – 4 PM
40 Bethel Rd, Glen Mills, PA
12:00 p.m. Dog Costume Contest at Dog Park
1:30 p.m. Children’s Costume Parade
– This FREE annual festival includes a Halloween costume parade for children, a dog costume contest, music and family fun. Food will be available for purchase.
– Children wishing to participate in the costume parade should be dressed and ready to go at 1:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded.
– Additionally, residents are encouraged to submit baked goodies for the annual baked goods contest. Entries will be judged on taste, appearance, and creativity. Open to all ages. Bake contest drop-off is from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at 40 Bethel Road.
Details HERE

MAKEbreak Christmas Doodle Slime
2 PM – 4 PM
at participating Michaels Craft Stores
Cost: We’ll provide the supplies, including the premade slime.
Details HERE

Media Restaurant Week
Sunday Nov 4th – Fri Nov 9th
5 PM – 9 PM
Many of Media’s restaurants will be participating in this popular event either with dinner specials at price points of $25, $35, and $45 (tax, alcohol & gratuity not included) or with special discounts. Reservations are highly recommended. Parking is free after 5pm. Go to for more information. Please check with restaurants for exact times and menus.
Details HERE

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