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Malvern

A borough since 1889, Malvern was settled in the late 1600s by Welsh immigrants who bought the land from that peerless real estate speculator, William Penn. King Street, Malvern’s main road and historic district, may not evoke Penn and his Quakers, but its sites (and sights) are reminiscent of the days when the borough was born.

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Italian Wine Dinners Invade the Main Line This Spring

Italian Wine Dinners Invade the Main Line This Spring

As Main Liners prepare for the incoming warm weather, two local restaurants are thinking spring by inviting you to sip your way into the fresh season.

Dining Dozen: Where to Book Valentine’s Day Dinner on the Main Line

Dining Dozen: Where to Book Valentine’s Day Dinner on the Main Line

We’re taking the guesswork out of where to book a table for two for Valentine’s Day 2014 by spotlighting a dozen prix fixes.

Bride and Groom Brave Cold Temperatures for their December Nuptials

Bride and Groom Brave Cold Temperatures for their December Nuptials

Jamie Kang and John Sarracino dance the night away at Cescaphe in Philly.

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Main Line Today Events

  • A Billion Nights On Earth

    2017.12.15

    A  journey into an alternative universe for audiences ages 3 to 99. A treasured stuffed whale goes missing and a portal to another...

  • Adobe Church Project: Built of Earth and Faith

    2017.11.30

    Lawrence Hall Gallery at Rosemont College is pleased to announce a new exhibit featuring the work of fine art photographer, John A. Benigno. ...

  • Art Exhibit - A Peek into The Unusual Imagination of Microbarbi

    2017.10.06

    Exhibit Information:   A Peek into The Unusual Imagination of Microbarbi  An Exhibit Featuring Her Fantastical Creations And...

  • DYLAN GAUTHIER: HIGHWATERMARKS

    2017.10.07

    Dylan Gauthier: highwatermarks, the first US solo museum project by the Brooklyn-based artist Dylan Gauthier (b. 1979, Los Angeles), centers...

  • A BRANDYWINE CHRISTMAS

    2017.11.24

    From the spectacular O-gauge model train display with trains running on nearly 2,000 feet of track to thousands of whimsical Critters (ornaments...

  • Eye on the Iconic Royal Splendor: The Coronation Gown from The Crown

    2017.10.20

    Royal Splendor: The Coronation Gown from The Crown, the first in a new Winterthur exhibition series entitled Eye on the Iconic, will feature the...

  • Featured Artist: Andre Van As

    2017.12.07

    Opening reception on Thursday, 12/7, 5-7pm, free and open to the public. Professional photographer, Van As will display his images of nature and...

  • Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

    2017.11.18

    There is no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than with a lush Christmas tree! Linvilla is home to 40,000 trees of all shapes and sizes...

  • A Peek at the Past, A Look Toward the Future

    2017.10.10

    Long before the grand Benjamin Franklin Parkway was built, the Academy of Natural Sciences was drawing tourists to the site with the first dinosaur...

  • CRISS CROSS: ROBYN HORN / BRIAN DICKERSON

    2017.10.27

    CRISS CROSS: ROBYN HORN / BRIAN DICKERSON Oct 27, 2017 – January 18, 2018  Curated by Miriam Seidel The Center for Art in Wood...

  • Emanation 2017

    2017.06.01

    Emanation 2017 is a contemporary art project that includes artist residencies, educational programs, and an exhibition featuring new works...

  • Fondue for Two at Penns Woods Winery

    2017.11.04

    Select weekends in November & December: Saturdays 12:00pm until 5:30pm  ​Sundays 12:00pm until 4:30pm  In addition to our...

  • Aladdin: A Musical Panto

    2017.11.15

    By Pete Pryor and Samantha Reading Music and Lyrics by Michael Ogborn Directed by Pete Pryor November 15 - January 7 Leonard C. Haas Stage...

  • Friday Nights: Feliz Navidad with Radio Jarocho & Zenén Zeferino

    2017.12.15

    ​Heat up your holiday season with son jarocho, traditional dance music of southern Mexico. Enjoy performances by Radio...

  • George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

    2017.12.15

    Journey to the Land of the Sweets for Philadelphia’s most beloved holiday tradition. Giant mice, dancing snowflakes, a growing Christmas...

  • Christmas at Colonial Gardens

    2017.12.08

    We’ve decorated Colonial Gardens for Christmas, and you’re invited to join us! Take a stroll through the decorated landscape and enjoy...

  • Christmas Carol

    2017.11.24

    Twenty-five years ago a Delaware Valley tradition began at Hedgerow Theatre: the annual production of Charles Dickens’ timeless A Christmas...

  • ContempraDANCE Theatre's "Philly Nutt Crak-Up"

    2017.12.15

    By popular demand, ContempraDANCE Theatre’s “Philly Nutt Crak-Up” is back at the Painted Bride in Philadelphia for another season...

  • Bad Dates

    2017.12.12

    Haley Walker is a gorgeous single mom who runs the city’s hottest restaurant. But can she survive dating in New York? “Manages to...

  • Constituting Liberty: From the Declaration to the Bill of Rights

    2016.01.11

    The National Constitution Center is proud to display one of the 12 surviving copies of the Bill of Rights. The Museum of We the People is the first...


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