The Main Line's Best Events for Summer
Our annual Summer Fun Guide is here! Check out this year's best festivals, kids' activities and more in the western suburbs.
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June 4-July 30: Though the Main Line’s a little ways away from the real Sherwood Forest, you’d never know it once you’re immersed in Media Theatre’s rendition of Robin Hood. The classic tale of stealing from the rich and giving to the poor is sure to please wee Maid Marians and Little Johns alike. $10/kids, $12/adults. 104 E. State St., Media. Call (610) 891-0100 or visit mediatheatre.org.
June 4: Dog lovers take note: The Bryn Mawr Hound Show delivers all the sophistication and excitement of high-profile competition in a more intimate setting. One of the oldest shows of its kind in the country, the event attracts more than 500 foxhounds, beagles and Basset hounds—and their owners, of course—to Radnor Hunt. It also features professional and amateur competitions that serve as qualifiers for the North American Horn Blowing Championship. $15-$60. 826 Providence Road, Malvern. Call (610) 793-2041 or visit bmhoundshow.org.
June 4: Longwood Gardens' Wine and Jazz Festival combines two favorite summer distractions: tunes and tasting. Nearly 20 Pennsylvania wineries participate in the annual event, which this year features the Tony Miceli Quartet, the Kenny Barron Trio and others. If you’re looking for something to pair with your vino, purchase a picnic basket with cheese, salad, bread, hummus and water. Noon. $21-$40. 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square. Call (610) 388-1000 or visit longwoodgardens.org.