Monthly Archives: October 2014

Glass Pumpkins at 1st Annual Glass Harvest

While Taylor Backes Gallery and  glass studio has been around for quite some time, I was astounded to discover them in Boyertown just last year. And now is the time for you to stop by for their 1st Annual Glass Harvest beginning on … Continue reading

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The Dogs of Falkner Swamp in Palm on Sunday

Head over to Palm Schwenkfelder Church, 833 Gravel Pike (Route 29/Main Street), Palm, on Sunday afternoon, October 26th for a free 3 p.m. concert by The Dogs of Falkner Swamp. The trio sings old time gospel tunes, spiritual music and secular favorites … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Film Challenge – registration due Friday

ArtsQuest in Bethlehem is hosting their first 48 Hour Cell Phone Film Festival in November. Students from Eastern Pennsylvania and Central/Western New Jersey are welcome to send submissions in the competition; limited to grades 7-12 and college students. The maximum film length … Continue reading

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New Regional Orchestra performs in Pottstown

The Pennsylvania Philharmonic is a newly formed orchestra with a dual mission of performing educational and public concerts. Their first public concert, Fascinatin’ Rhythms, will be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Davenport Center for Performing Arts, Pottstown High School, 750 … Continue reading

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Mel Brooks, Sondheim, and Shakespeare

Well, I’m off to see Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein tonight (live stage musical comedy, for those who don’t know) on stage at Civic Theatre, 19th Street, Allentown. This 19th Street venue is my favorite place to see independent and foreign … Continue reading

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Tortellini and Frankenstein

Two comedies take the stage starting tonight in Allentown. The Crowded Kitchen Players are performing The Brothers Tortellini: a toga comedy, which runs from October 10 – 26 at Zion’s Reformed UCC, 620 W. Hamilton Street, Allentown. Tickets may be … Continue reading

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2nd Thursday Jazz and Joe

The Alan Segal Quintet  will be playing their favorite American jazz standards beginning at 7 p.m. tonight, Thursday, October 9th, at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 2871 Barndt Road (Rt 63 and Barndt), Harleysville. This is a free concert, open … Continue reading

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