Meet and Greet

The Meet and Greet committee will host a gathering every other month beginning in November for new and prospective members.  This is a wonderful opportunity to meet members of the club and learn all about the wonderful activities that MLNC has to offer.  Please join us to learn more about this fabulous club!


The next few events are:

  • Wednesday March 13 @9:30am at Café Fleur in Valley Forge Flowers, Eagle Village Shops, 503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne
  • Wednesday May 8 - evening TBD
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Upcoming events

    • 21 Mar 2019
    • 10:15 AM
    • 2008 Delancey Place, Philadelphia
    • 6
    Register

    Join the Gallivanters for a peek at a Philadelphia hidden  gem.  We will begin with a private tour of the Rosenbach Museum and Library at 2010 Delancey Place in Philadelphia at 10:15AM on March 21. This unique museum located in a Rittenhouse Square 1860's townhouse provides an intimate setting for the Rosenbach brothers' collections of rare books, manuscripts,furniture, silver, paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture.  This is a book lovers delight! The tour will include a viewing of some of the Museum’s rare books including James Joyce's manuscript for Ulysses.. Following the tour around 12 we will walk approximately 4 blocks to Rittenhouse Square for an a la carte lunch at Parc  at 227 S 18th St at 12:15.  Parc is a highly rated French bistro which recalls the chic bistros of Paris.   Registration is limited to 20 and  a nonrefundable registration  fee is required by March 15.  The cost is $20 per person($25 for nonmembers) for the tour.  We plan to take the train into Suburban Station and walk over, or taxi if you prefer,  to the  Rosenbach. For questions contact Carol Banford.  Register at www.mainlinenewcomers.org.

    • 12 Apr 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway
    Register

    PLEASE JOIN CHERYL & CAMILLE FOR

    Frida Kahlo:

    Appearances Can Be

    Deceiving

    www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/frida_kahlo

    Friday, April 12.

    Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, BrooklynNY 11238

    Join Cheryl and Camille for a full day trip to Brooklyn to see this extensive exhibition of Frida Kahlo’s artwork, clothing, and personal possessions to discover how she created her unique public and private identities. This exhibit is the “largest US exhibit in ten years devoted to this iconic artist.”

     

    Cost: Purchase your exhibit and Amtrak tickets individually in advance. See below for train numbers and exhibit time. 

    Amtrak -Super Saver -limited number- $78 round trip  ( If you decide later not to go, you can get voucher good for a year for unused Amtrak ticket.) 

    Exhibit Timed Tickets; limited to 40 per time slot.: Adult: $25; Senior (ages 65+): $16


    The plan:

    Septa or drive and park to 30th Street Station

    Amtrak to Penn Station, NY: Keystone #600 (8:50 a.m. - 10:11a.m.) $39 super saver fare,

    Subway to Brooklyn Museum. ( Red Line 2 or 3-32 minutes direct shot)

    Lunch at the museum.  Café opens at 11

    www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/hours_admission/dining

    Timed ticket for exhibition:  12:00 (Purchase in advance, limited number)

    Back to Penn Station around 3:45 p.m.

    Penn Station to 30th Street: Keystone #653 (4:47 p.m - 6:12 p.m.) $39 super saver,

    WE WANT TO KNOW WHOSE COMING - SO PLEASE USE THE LINK BELOW TO REGISTER. If you have questions please contact Cheryl @ cheryl.petersohn@gmail.com

    https://mainlinenewcomers.org/event-3273428

     


    • 22 Apr 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Ludington Library 5 S Bryn Mawr Ave Bryn Mawr
    Register

    Speaker Series - Save the Date Monday April 22 7:00 PM for

    Chris Fehlhaber's springtime talk about this horticultural gem on the Main Line: Chanticleer Garden!

    A Season of Inspiration: The Year at Chanticleer


    Chanticleer is a pleasure garden but it is also a collection of personalities be they the plants’ or the gardeners’.  Learn how they all come together to create “America’s Most Inspiring Garden.”

    Speaker Chris Fehlhaber is an assistant horticulturist at Chanticleer Garden.  His goal is to raise the public’s consciousness and appreciation of enriching, progressive horticulture.  He believes we may all lead better lives by making the world a more beautiful place.  Chris holds degrees in Landscape Architecture-Natural Resources and Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin.

    Monday April 22, 2019    7:00PM

    Ludington Library, 5 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr



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