Delaware County PA Area Weekend Events, Easter Fun and Family Fun 4/12 – 4/14

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

**Local Easter Events and Family Fun can be found at the link HERE

Pinkalicious: The Musical
March 29 – April 14
at Walnut Street Theatre
Despite warnings from her parents, Pinkalicous Pinkerton eats too many pink cupcakes—and ends up turning pink from head to toe! But when things really begin to go too far, it’s up to Pinkalicous to find her true colors once again. This cupcake-tastic musical is a fun and charming story for kids of all ages.
Approx 1 hour, no intermission
Details and ticket info HERE

Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic!
April 11th – 14th
at the Liacouras Center 1776 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA
Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic! – April 11th-14th, 2019
Tickets starting at $15!
Everyone’s invited on an amazing journey with Elmo to discover the “power of yet” in Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic. With high-energy dance numbers and a soundtrack that’s sure to get everyone out of their seats, Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic is an inspirational introduction to live theater and the art of illusion that the entire family will enjoy.
Details HERE and Tickets HERE

The Great Philadelphia Comic Con! Official 2019 Event
April 12th – April 15th
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks 100 Station Ave, Oaks, PA
With over 200,000 Sq ft of show, there is something for everyone!
Dozens of Artists, Vendors, Media and Cosplay Guests and Events, including:
Door Prizes
Film + TV Screening Events
And Much More!
Details, Schedules and ticket info HERE

Catholic Community Choir Presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
April 11th – April 14th
at Cardinal O’Hara High School
Join for CCC’s Production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat sponsored by Mr. Dave White at Cardinal O’Hara High School. Performances are:
April 11th and 12th at 7:00pm
April 13th and 14th at 2:00pm
Tickets will be available online and at the door of all performances.
Details HERE

Kimmel Center Presents: Philadanco Dance Philly Style
April 12th – April 14th
at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia
PHILADANCO is lauded for its ability to use the power of dance to address important topical issues in an accessible way. For Dance Philly Style, Joan Myers Brown, the company’s vivacious founder, has crafted a show featuring acclaimed choreographers whose unique vision and style have shaped Philadelphia dance and influenced the art form worldwide; she specifically has chosen work from Philly-made choreographers, including an audience favorite from the late Gene Hill Sagan and exciting premieres from Rennie Harris and Dawn Marie Bazemore. The performance will also feature choreography from Anthony Burrell, known for his work on Beyoncé’s music videos “Formation,” “Sorry,” and her Super Bowl 50 performance. The work of these artists touches on African American traditions, socio-political issues, and other culturally-relevant themes.
Details and ticket info HERE

Dog Days at Chaddsford Winery 
April 13th & 14th
Spend a day at Chaddsford Winery with your best four-legged friend!
In honor of National Pet Day (April 11), we’re welcoming dog owners and wine lovers alike to take in a weekend of tail-waggin’ treats.
Look forward to food trucks, live music, wine discounts, and exclusive cocktail features.
Details HERE

Science Sparks! for Spring Break at Hagley Museum
Saturday April 13th – Sunday April 28th
Explore a variety of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities to challenge creativity including marble runs, soaring satellites and more during your child’s spring break!
Science Sparks! is a drop-in event which is included in regular museum admission and free for Hagley members. Located on the 2nd floor of the Visitor Center.
Details 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

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
Vikings Beyond the Legend exhibit through March 3rd
Details HERE

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Details HERE

Academy of Natural Sciences
The newest special exhibit, Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids will be open February 16–June 9, 2019
Details and ticket info HERE

Philadelphia Zoo – Return of the Zoo Key
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

Sahara Sams Indoor & Outdoor Water Park
Details HERE

Friday April 12, 2019

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

**Local Easter Events and Family Fun for Friday April 12th and throughout the month of April can be found at the link HERE

Earth Day: Day of Play
2 PM – 3 PM
at Veterans Memorial Park
Join Crozer Library in Veterans Park for a fun hour of play featuring different sports, like football and basketball. FREE healthy refreshments will be served.
Details HERE

Countdown to Avengers 4 – The Avengers Movie
2 PM – 4:30 PM
Ridley Township Public Library & Resource Center
The latest Avengers movie, Avengers: Endgame (also known as Avengers 4) will be opening in theatres on April 26th, 2019. While we’re waiting for the big day, the library will be showing the first three Avengers movies on Fridays in April. Free popcorn will be provided. 
Details HERE

My Journey With a Pair of Great Horned Owls
2 PM – 3:30 PM
at Middletown Free Library
Join us as Pamela Dimeler comes to the Library to present “My Journey With a pair of Great Horned Owls”. Pamela gave this amazing photo and video presentation a few years ago and is coming again as it is updated & features a lot of info on the past 2 years with the new female & owlets.
Don’t miss out on learning about the Owls that live in your own neighborhood
Details HERE

Gaming Club
2:30 PM – 4 PM
at Haverford Township 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

Board Games
3 PM – 4:45 PM
at Upper Darby Township/Sellers Library – Municipal Branch
All kinds of different games available. Open to kids in grades 1-12.
Details HERE

After School Board Games
3 PM – 5 PM
at Middletown Free Library
Details HERE

Super Smash Bros Tournament
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
at Radnor Library
Celebrate the start of spring break with a Super Smash Bros Ultimate tournament, snacks, and lots of fun gameplay! No registration required. For grades 6-12.
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 at Yeadon Library
5 PM
Details HERE

Pizza & Movie Night at Middletown Free Library –Mary Poppins Returns
5 PM
Join at the Middletown Free Library for our Pizza & Movie Night! The library will have plain pizzas & water, but feel free to bring snacks or drinks to share, if you’d like. After the movie we’ll make a craft that ties in with the film!
Registration is required. Include the total number of people attending (children AND adults) so we can order enough pizza.
Registration opens 2 weeks before event!
Details HERE

Marple Library’s Designer Bag Bingo
Doors open 5:30 PM Games start at 6:30 PM
at St Luke’s Orthodox Church Community Center 35 N. Malin Road, Broomall PA
$35 per person
Table of 8 for $30 per person
All tickets at the door are $35
Purchase a ticket by April 5 and be entered to win a special door prize raffle
B.Y.O.B. and food
Tickets available HERE or
at Marple Library Circulation Desk
Details HERE

40 Winks at the Penn Museum
6 PM – 9 AM
Discover the Penn Museum with a one-of-a-kind flashlight expedition through the galleries and exclusive access to special exhibitions. Compete with friends in a live game show, look at ancient artifacts in a new way with a scavenger hunt through the galleries, and make your own souvenir to take home. Later in the night, roll out your sleeping bag and snooze among ancient Egyptian gods and kings. Wake up and be welcomed by an all-you- care-to-eat breakfast! Kids ages 6 to 12 and a parent or chaperone share the thrill of exploring the Penn Museum in this unique way! Admission is 40% off–or $33 per person–for this 40 Winks.
Details HERE

Friday Film – Can You Ever Forgive Me?
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
at Upper Darby Township/Sellers Library – Main Sellers Branch
Nominated for three Academy Awards! Lee Israel (Best Actress nomineee Melissa McCarthy) made her living in the 1970s and 80s profiling the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Estee Lauder, and journalist Dorothy Kilgallen. When she is no longer able to get her work published, she turns to a life of deception to stay afloat financially. An adaptation of the memoir Can You Ever Forgive Me? relaying the true story of the best-selling celebrity biographer. Also starring Best Supporting Actor nominee Richard E. Grant.
This free progam will be held in the library’s 2nd floor Programming Room. There is no elevator.
Light refreshments will be available.
Registration is required.
Due to the limited number of seats, only adults may attend this program. People who have not signed up might be asked to wait on the 1st floor until show time, when they will know if they have any extra seats. 
Details HERE

Prospect Park Library Spring Book/Bake/DVD Sale
7 PM – 9 PM
at Prospect Park Free Library
*New & gently used books for adults and children
*Home-baked goods
Details HERE

FrogWatch Night Walks with Philly Zoo
7:30 PM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
This spring, become a citizen scientist and help the Philadelphia Zoo monitor for frogs on the Refuge as part of FrogWatch, a national initiative to document spring frogs! Come learn how to identify frog songs with Conservation Biologists and Zoo experts! No experience needed and FREE, but registration is required.
Register here:
Details HERE

The Price Is Right Live! Hosted by Jerry Springer
8 PM
at Harrah’s in Atlantic City NJ
Details and ticket info HERE

Friday Karaoke at 2312 Garrett (Delaware County, PA) (21 and older)
8 PM – 12 AM
2312 Garrett Rd, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
Karaoke is every Friday at 2312 Garrett in Drexel Hill, PA!
Details HERE

Saturday, April 13, 2019

**Local Easter Events and Family Fun for Saturday April 13th and throughout the month of April can be found at the link HERE

Birding by Ear with Gregg Gorton
8 AM – 10 AM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Take an educational walk with one of our knowledgeable volunteers! Discover the 300+ species of birds that use the Refuge during their migration routes – each week guarantee different species!
Walk will meet by visitor center and be at a relaxed paced on flat surfaces. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers. Binoculars can be loaned from the front desk before the walk. No registration required.
Details HERE

Bird Walks at Tyler Arboretum
8 AM -10 AM
at Tyler Arboretum 515 Painter Rd, Media PA
Join Chris Weaver from Wild Birds Unlimited–Concordville to discover year-round residents and seasonal migrants, while learning the basics of bird identification. Families and beginners are welcome!
FREE for Tyler Arboretum members; FREE with admission; No pre-registration required
Details HERE

Chichester Post Prom Spring Craft & Vendor Fair
9 AM
at Chichester High School 3333 Chichester Ave, Boothwyn PA
Raffle Baskets, chances to win a Graduation Party Package , Autographed Flyers stick , Costa sunglasses(valued at $ 230)! Pick up Easter gifts, spring decor, your favorite vendor items, have lunch at our cafe, and maybe win a prize!
Details HERE

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

Wayne Historic Walk: An Architectural Scavenger Hunt
Pick up a packet at the Radnor Memorial Library between April 13 and 20, and visit 7 historic buildings in a picturesque 1-mile walk through downtown Wayne. Families, bring your completed packets back to the library to receive a prize! Adults are also invited to participate; bring in your completed packet for a raffle ticket and a chance to win a Wayne Business Association gift card. In partnership with Radnor Conservancy.
Details HERE

Prospect Park Library Spring Book/Bake/DVD Sale
9 AM – 1 PM
at Prospect Park Free Library
*New & gently used books for adults and children
*Home-baked goods
Details HERE

Teddy Bear Picnic at Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School
10 AM – 11:30 AM
607 South Providence Road Wallingford, PA
Join us for a fun morning of meeting new friends, story-time, crafts, cookies and juice, and weather permitting playground play. The event will be held in the school gym.
If the weather is nice we will invite attendees to picnic with their juice and cookies outside and enjoy our playground equipment and grassy fields.
This event is FREE and open to all children who will be ages 3-6 by September 1st.
Children are invited to bring their favorite teddy bear or other stuffed animal.
A parent or guardian must be present throughout the event.
Please Register Here:
Details HERE

Kids Club Funny Bunnies
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

Nature 101: Drawing from Nature
10 AM – 12 PM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Interested in getting outdoors but don’t know where to start? The Nature 101 Series is a casual and welcoming introduction to a vareity of outdoor activities, including kayaking, archery, smartphone photography, fishing, hiking for health, and watching wildlife. Perfect for all nature novices! No registration necessary.
Come be inspired by nature and uncover your inner artist! Join us for a relaxing guided art activity that will focus on nature observation and tapping into your innate creativity! This program will include a short walk, and weather permitting, making art outside. We recommend that you dress in layers. All art supplies are provided and kids are welcomed!
Details HERE

Spring Craft at Prospect Park Library
10 AM – 1 PM
Stop in and create an assortment of crafts to welcome spring!
Details HERE

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck East – Cherry Hill Appearance
10 AM – 8 PM
at Cherry Hill Mall, Cherry Hill, NJ
The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will be coming to Cherry Hill Mall on Saturday 4/13! Come visit near the Macy’s entrance between 10am-8pm and pick up some super cute treats and merch, while supplies last. 
Details HERE

Saturday Morning Stories
10:30 AM – 11:15 AM
at Haverford Township Free Library
Details HERE

Avengers: Countdown to Endgame – This Weeks Film is Black Panther
10:30 AM – 12:45 PM
at Lansdowne Public Library
Join each week as we watch all the necessary movies to catch up on 10 years worth of films to prepare for Avengers: End Game.
Details HERE

Seeds in Society and Culture with Deb Wiles
10:45 AM – 1 PM
Celebrate this year’s Longwood Gardens Community Read at Helen Kate! Dive deep into the concepts from The Triumph of Seeds during a facilitated lecture that looks at the wide range of uses of seeds in today’s society and culture. From their inclusion in global diets to their presences in creative arts, spirituality, and textiles, discover how relevant seeds are in today’s world. In this program you will also learn how to properly process and store a menagerie of beautiful seeds to be used for jewelry, cooking, and planting.
THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES REGISTRATION and is limited to 20 adult participants. Register at the circulation desk or by calling the library at 610-566-9331.
Details HERE

Chair Yoga
11 AM – 12 PM
at Aston Public Library
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support.
Chair yoga is great for everyone, as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.
Registration required
Details HERE

Storytime and Activities Featuring Pete the Cat Big Easter Adventure
11 AM
at Barnes & Noble Broomall PA
When Pete wakes up Easter morning and sees his basket of goodies, he discovers the Easter Bunny needs a little help. He puts on his bunny ears and hops to it to help save Easter!
Details HERE

Meet Author Paul Day
11 AM – 2:30 PM
Aston Public Library presents:
Paul Michael Day, Author of the book “Keeper of the River”
Paul will have copies of his book available for purchase.
In KEEPERS OF THE RIVER a couple—a patrol officer and a professor of environmental science, must risk their lives to solve a murder and prevent a natural disaster. KEEPERS is part love story, part thriller. It is also my homage to those who fight for the preservation of clean water, for water is life.
Details HERE

Peter Rabbit Painting Project
12 PM – 3 PM
at Radnor Memorial Library
Calling the whole community to participate in a group art project to help paint a giant Peter Rabbit canvas that will be displayed in our Peter Rabbit Storytime Room! Led by fine artist Erica DeHart of Murals from DeHart who is also the artist behind the beautiful new Beatrix Potter mural in the children’s room. No registration required.
The schedule for the afternoon is as follows:
12:00-1:00 PM: Ages 4-7
1:00-2:00 PM: Ages 8-11
2:00-3:00 PM: Ages 12-Adult
Details HERE

Build Your Own Bunny or Other Stuffed Animal
12 PM – 4 PM
at Ridley Township Public Library & Resource Center
Bring your children to the library to build their own Easter Bunny, Lion, Tiger, Bear or other Stuffed Animal from a large variety of choices! Two packages are available: a $20 package includes a 16″ animal, a t shirt, a backpack, a wishing star and a birth certificate.The $27 package includes all of these plus an outfit of your choice. This fun event is presented by Teddy Bear Mobile.A portion of the event proceeds will benefit children’s programming at the library.
Details HERE

Watercolor and Poetry: Food for the Soul Art Class With Artist Terry Collington
12:30 PM
at Aston Public Library
Ages 18 & over
For the first hour we will be reading and discussing poems from various authors brought by the teacher. Participants will also experiment with writing short poems using a variety of methods such as looking at simple pieces of artwork and following patterns supplied by the teacher. The second hour participants will paint a simple water color picture that can go with one of the poems they wrote and write it on their painting if they would like.
Seating is limited…Register now
Details HERE

Block Party
1 PM – 2 PM
at Tinicum Memorial Public Library
For ages 2-5 and their caregivers.
Details HERE

MAKE break Ear-resistible Easter Slime
1 PM – 3 PM
at participating Michaels Craft Stores
.Cost: “Buy the jar, and we’ll provide the premade slime.”
Details HERE

Plant Walk with Dick Cloud
1 PM – 3 PM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Join one of our knowledgeable volunteer walk leader for a plant walk this summer! Walk will be at a relaxed paced on flat surfaces. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers. No registration required. Meet at the Visitor Center at 8601 Lindbergh Blvd.
Details HERE

Chess Club
1 PM – 3:30 PM
at Lansdowne Library
All ages, all levels
Details HERE

American Sign Language Family Fair
1 PM – 4 PM
1736 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA
A day of fun and games for Deaf and hard-of-hearing families and their allies! Hosted by CCP ASL students
All proceeds benefit DeafCAN! services
Details HERE

From Zero to Hero: Superhero Night at Delaware Museum of Natural History 
6 PM – 9 PM
4840 Kennett Pike Wilmington, DE
Grab your cape, shields, boots, and masks and join us at our Zero to Hero Superhero night! Come dressed as your favorite caped crusader as you learn what it takes to be a true hero. Discover your hidden abilities at various stations throughout the Museum where we will learn about the awesome powers animals in nature use every day, meet and greet with some of our favorite heroes, create your own superhero logo and more! Complete your costume with a face painting by Dori( available for an additional fee).
As we undergo our vigorous training, superhero films will be playing throughout the galleries with a special film playing at a select time. Snacks and beverages (including adult beverages) will be available for purchase.
$7 Members/$12 Non-members
Pre-registration is required.
Details HERE

Americana Roots Ramble
6 PM – 11:59 PM
Media, PA
17th Annual Americana Roots Ramble, part of Media’s American Music Festival Series. Enjoy a great festival that celebrates American music in all its forms – blues, soul, zydeco, country and more. 6pm – 1am
Featuring world-renowned musicians and the Philadelphia region’s most talented acts – in 20 indoor restaurants and coffeehouses, in and around State Street in Downtown Media. With a single wristband/ticket, you can visit the venues of your choice and hear the artists you want. Most acts will perform two or three sets.
Tickets $20 with discounts for Early Bird, Vets, Seniors and WXPN members. Get tickets at
Details HERE

An Evening With The Clintons with President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton
7:30 PM
at The Met Philly 858 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA
Details and ticket info HERE

Sunday, April 14, 2019

**Local Easter Events and Family Fun for Sunday April 14th throughout the month of April can be found at the link HERE

Wayne Historic Walk: An Architectural Scavenger Hunt
Pick up a packet at the Radnor Memorial Library between April 13 and 20, and visit 7 historic buildings in a picturesque 1-mile walk through downtown Wayne. Families, bring your completed packets back to the library to receive a prize! Adults are also invited to participate; bring in your completed packet for a raffle ticket and a chance to win a Wayne Business Association gift card. In partnership with Radnor Conservancy.
Details HERE

Contemplating Nature Walk
9 AM – 9:30 AM
at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia PA
Recharge with us for a 30 minute meditative walk and connect to the natural world! Dressing warmly and in layers is recommended. Walk will be approximately 1/2 mile on flat surfaces, with frequent breaks for nature contemplation.
Details HERE

Family Yoga at Delaware Art Museum
9 AM – 10 AM
Children ages 4 + up with a grown up can join us in the Sculpture Garden for a family friendly yoga practice.
No Yoga Experience Necessary
Suggested Donation $10
Details HERE

Media’s Spring Super Sunday
9 AM – 4 PM
State Street in Media, PA
State Street will be filled with vendors, arts and crafts, food purveyors and much more throughout the day.
Rain date: April 28
Details HERE

Alice in Wonderland
12 PM (Sundays through May 26th)
at Media Theatre
Details and ticket info HERE

A Witness to History – Holocaust Survivor Presentation
2 PM – 3:30 PM
at Haverford Township Free Library
For adults
Join for a presentation by Peter Stern a Holocaust Survivor. The speaker, provided by the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center will present his first hand experiences about the Holocaust. Peter’s experience includes time at Buchenwald, Ravensbruck and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center sends survivors out to communities to give their testimony educate people and to emphasize the message that racial, ethnic, and religious hatred are social poisons that affect individual people and families and communities.
This program lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes and includes a question and answer session, allowing the audience to engage in a meaningful dialogue with the speaker. A Museum Educator accompanies the speaker and provides background on Holocaust history as it relates to the speaker and facilitates the question and answer session.
Details HERE

Author Helen Zia Book Event: LAST BOAT OUT OF SHANGHAI
2 PM – 4 PM
at Media-Upper Providence Free Library
For adults
Meet author Helen Zia for presentation & discussion of her critically acclaimed book: LAST BOAT OUT OF SHANGHAI: The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Fled Mao’s Revolution in the Media-Upper Providence Free Library Upstairs Conference Room.
Hardback copies of LAST BOAT OUT OF SHANGHAI are available now for check-out at the front desk and will also be available for purchase at event. Book signing and author reception following presentation.
Details HERE

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