Main Line Happenings: Nov. 6 – 12
From an arts and crafts festival to a bevy of benefits, here are 10 events you won’t want to miss this week.
Art Ability Exhibition and Sale
Nov. 6-Jan. 28, Malvern
Stop by the first full week of Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital’s international juried exhibition and sale, which features art and fine crafts created by artists with impairments.
Manayunk Cocktail Week
Nov. 6-12, Manayunk
Participating Manayunk restaurants and bars will showcase signature cocktails during this weeklong festival that includes 100 events at 20 different venues.
Main Line Chamber of Commerce Red Carpet Dinner
Nov. 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Philadelphia
The Main Line Chamber of Commerce’s Red Carpet Dinner brings together business leaders and community members for a night of celebration. This year’s keynote speaker is Dan Hilferty, president and CEO of Independence Blue Cross.
Best Buddies TasteBuds
Nov. 7, 6-10 p.m., Philadelphia
Chefs from around Philadelphia are teaming up with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to create signature dishes at this inspiring event. The evening also includes live music, an open bar and a silent auction.
Hard Cider: The Journey from Orchard to Glass
Nov. 9, 7-9 p.m., Swarthmore
Learn the ins and outs of apple cider production and taste curated samples at this delicious and informative event hosted by Dressler Estate at the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College.
Share Your Heart Benefit Concert
Nov. 9, 7-10 p.m., Manayunk
In celebration of National Adoption Month, Adoptions From the Heart is hosting its inaugural Share Your Heart Benefit Concert at Manayunk Brewing Company. The event will feature live music, raffles and food and drinks, with proceeds going towards AFTH’s Birth Parent Scholarship Fund.
41st Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show
Nov. 9-12, Philadelphia
This juried exhibition of hand-made crafts brings together 195 artists from across the country. This year, 25 visiting artists from South Korea will also be featured.
Bi-Co Theater Program Presents Riot Antigone
Nov. 10-12, Bryn Mawr
The theater programs at Bryn Mawr and Haverford colleges present their fall production, Riot Antigone, a contemporary feminist take on Sophocles’ classic drama.
Devereux Hope Gala
Nov. 11, 7 p.m., Philadelphia
After years of service to Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, president Robert Q. Kreider is retiring. Help celebrate his legacy and get a glimpse at the future of the organization at this event.
Nov. 11, 7 p.m., Wayne
The Live Like Blaine Foundation hosts its 2nd annual L.E.A.D. event at YSC Sports in support of the organization’s mission to empower young women. Expect food, fun, dancing and an auction.