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Healthy Kids Day 5k & Walk

Join Charlie's Crew for the YMCA's Healthy Kids Day 5K and Walk with proceeds benefiting The Healthy Kids Day Community Event!

Nov 2011

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11/20/11 - 11/20/11

EARLY CHILDHOOD: Nature’s Noises

Hear musical stories and participate in focused listening activities based on fall and nature. Recommended for children ages 1½ to 7. TICKETS: Free!
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Gingerbread House Workshop for Children

Children will make a gingerbread house from scratch or from a kit. For children 2nd through 12 grades Class size: 4 to 10 children $15.00 per child 10:00AM-12:30 PM
11/20/11 - 11/21/11

Kennel Club of Philadelphia Dog Shows to Debut Six New AKC Breeds in Competition

The Kennel Club of Philadelphia Dog Shows including The National Dog Show presented by Purina® will introduce six new breeds at their annual fall cluster of Shows November 19th and 20th at the Greater Philadelphia EXPO Center in Oaks, PA. The six will be among over 160 American Kennel Club (AKC) sanctioned breeds on hand as almost 2,000 dogs compete for the prestigious title of “Best in Breed,” “Best of Group” and Best In Show.” The new breeds making their competition debut include the following: • Entlebucher Mountain Dog - These highly-energetic herding dogs are easy to train and possess an excellent work ethic. A native of Switzerland, the Entle is medium-sized, strongly muscled and generally tricolor, but can be black with tan markings. • Norwegian Lundehund is nicknamed the “Puffin Dog”, because it was originally used to hunt puffin- a kind of penguin. This loyal and playful dog makes an ideal, easy-to-live-with companion. It is a member of the Non-Sporting Group. • Xoloitzcuintli (pronounced show-low-eats-queen-tlee) is one of the world’s oldest breeds and is said to be the first canine of the Americas. Central American and Mexican lore is that the Xolo is able to ward off evil spirits and intruders. The breed comes in three sizes- toy, miniature, and standard - and makes an excellent companion. The Xolo is a member of theNon-Sporting Group. • American English Coonhound is a descendant of the English Foxhound. Bred to adapt to rougher terrain, this member of the Hound Group was typically used for fox and raccoon hunting. Renowned for his speed and endurance, the breed requires regular exercise and activity to stay in peak shape. These Coonhounds are pleasant and sociable with both humans and dogs. • Cesky Terrier is one of the Czech Republic’s national breeds. A less excitable breed of terrier, the Cesky was developed to be worked in packs and has traditionally been used in small game hunting. Sporting a silky charcoal coat, the Cesky requires moderate grooming. These active terriers require constant exercise and socialization. • Finnish Lapphund is native to the Arctic Circle and was originally used for reindeer herding. The Lappie has a sweet, expressive face which is constantly likened to that of a teddy bear. Its double coat makes it intolerant of heat. This friendly, sociable breed makes an excellent companion. The Lapphund is a member of the Herding Group. The Kennel Club of Philadelphia Dog Shows run November 19 & 20 and include the taping for the broadcast of The National Dog Show presented by Purina® on NBC Thanksgiving Day to over 18 million viewers. Plan to bring the children! Get up close to the breeds and speak with their handlers. See Diving Dogs and Go Dog performances each day plus the MetroKids® Family Fun Zone showcases fun festivities that will make the weekend one to remember. Watch the Shows in person at the Greater Philadelphia EXPO Center at Oaks, located just off the Oaks exit of Route 22, 20 miles from Center City Philadelphia and just five miles from King of Prussia and Valley Forge. There’s plenty of free parking. Tickets can be purchased online at Save some cash and experience all of the fur-raising fun twice with the two-day adult pass, which shaves $8 off regular two- day admissions. A one-day child ticket costs only $7, half of a one-day adult ticket. Plus, children 3 and under are admitted free. This year, add 2,000 new best friends to your circle at the Kennel Club of Philadelphia Dogs Shows! Visit for more details. Follow the Show for the latest updates on Facebook and Twitter!
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

3rd Annual Austism Shops

Saturday, November, 19 2011 9 AM until 6 PM Freedoms Foundation 1601 Valley Forge Road Phoenixville, PA

Vendor Show & Chinese Auction

11am to 3 pm, at Christiana United Methodist Church, 21 W. Main St., Christiana (around the corner from Christiana Towne Ctr). Order gifts, win gift baskets, door prizes. Food, bake sale, and FREE coffee/tea. For info/rent space, call 302-738-7544
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Zwaanendael Museum’s “Savory Sussex"

On Saturday, November 19th at 2 p.m., the Zwaanendael Museum, located at 102 Kings Highway in Lewes, Delaware, will present the second segment of “Savory Sussex,” a series of programs on the unique and delectable local flavors of Sussex County, Delaware. The segment will feature Connie Parvis of the Delmarva Poultry Industry who will discuss the Delmarva Peninsula’s thriving chicken industry followed by a cooking demonstration and tasting of chicken-based dishes for holiday menus. Admission is free and open to the public but, due to seating limitations, reservations must be made by calling area code 302-645-1148 no later than Monday, November 14th.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

“Light Me Up” Candle-dipping Workshop

“Light Me Up,” an illuminating workshop on traditional candle-dipping will take place on Saturday, November 19th, from 1:30 to 3 p.m., at the John Dickinson Plantation located at 340 Kitts Hummock Road in Dover, Delaware. Additional activities, which will take place between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., will include special tours of the plantation including “The Last Plate at Poplar Hall,” a decorative-foods display which features re-creations of traditional 18th-century holiday favorites. Admission to the plantation is free and open to the public but, due to space limitations, reservations for the candle-dipping workshop must be made by calling call area code 302-739-3277 no later than Friday, November 18th.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Dover Symphony Orchestra

The Dover Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Donald Buxton will continue its 2011-2012 season on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. The concert will highlight our Youth Concerto Competition winner, Aubrey Krabill, a sophomore at Lake Forest High School. Aubrey began playinging flute six years ago and studies in the private studio of Maureen McDermott Cannon, principal flutist of the Dover Symphony Orchestra. She will perform the first movement (Allegro) of the Concerto in G major by Carl Stamitz. Also featured will be the delightful story of “Tubby the Tuba,” with Gene Moore as tuba soloist and Sue Moore, his wife, as narrator. A number of Christmas selections will be performed, and the instrument petting zoo will be open. Admission prices are Adults--$20, Seniors/Students/Military--$15. Children under 16 are free with a paying adult. Tickets are available now--call 302-270-1903--and will be available at the Schwartz one hour before the performance. Credit cards are accepted by DSO. For further information see the DSO
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

SPCA Vaccine Clinic

11:00am-1:00pm Millsboro Fire Department 109 East State Street Millsboro CASH ONLY Rabies-$15 Distemper-$10 Bordetella-$10 Microchips-$25 CASH ONLY All pets should be on a leash or crated For more info: 302.856.6361
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

SPCA & Poker/ Blackjack

6pm-Midnight Route 1-Beach Plaza across from Safeway Rehoboth For more info: 302.227.3760
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Dover Symphony's Young People's Concert to Feature "Tubby the Tuba"

The Dover Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Donald Buxton, will continue its 2011-2012 season on Saturday, November 19, at 4 p.m., at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. The Highlight of this concert is the delightful story of “Tubby the Tuba,” with Gene Moore, recently-retired Central Middle School Band Director, as tuba soloist and Sue Moore, his wife, second grade teacher at W. Reily Brown, as narrator. Also featured will be our Youth Concerto Competition winner, Aubrey Krabill, a sophomore at Lake Forest High School. Aubrey began playing flute six years ago and studies in the private studio of Maureen McDermott Cannon, principal flutist of the Dover Symphony Orchestra. She will perform the first movement (Allegro) of the Concerto in G major by Carl Stamitz. A number of Christmas selections will be performed, and the instrument petting zoo will be open after the concert. Admission prices are Adults--$20, Seniors/Students/Military--$15. Children under 16 are free with a paying adult. Call 302-270-1903 for advance tickets. Tickets will also be available at the door one hour before the performance. Credit cards are also accepted.. For more information click on
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

37th Annual Turkey Trot

The pre-Thanksgiving tradition that allows runners and walkers to burn some calories before their Thanksgiving dinners by running a T.A.C. certified 5K or 10K, or walking a 5K, in Delaware’s second oldest consecutively run race is on Saturday, November 19. Handloff Park on Barksdale Road hosts close to 700 runners in ten men’s and ten women’s divisions for each run. The first 400 registrants receive a long sleeve T-shirt. Prizes are awarded to overall winners, as well as winners in age group categories for each run. Overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards will be given for the 5K Walk. The Ancient Order of Hibernians will be collecting coats to be distributed to people in need throughout the area. Anyone interested in making a donation may bring coats in good condition the morning of the race. A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to the James F. Hall Scholarship Fund. The 10K run start time is 9:00 a.m. Check-in and day of race registration begins at 8:00 a.m. For the 5K run and walk, the start time is 10:15 a.m. and check-in begins at 8:45 a.m. For online registration and more information, visit or call the Parks and Recreation Office at (302) 366-7060. $20 Pre-registration (on or before November 17) $25 Registration on November 18 or November 19 This is a rain or shine event.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Launch of New Delaware Business Promotes First State Pride

Are you a proud Delawarean? Whether you were born here, recently relocated or have chosen to attend one of our great First State colleges or Universities, a new online business launching this weekend offers you a variety of ways to publicly display your pride over living in the 302. is an online store filled with products that incorporate the State’s area code as a way to promote First State pride. These products include 302 T-shirts for men and 302 Girl T-shirts for ladies, 302 oval stickers and magnets to display your pride vehicles, and special wristbands. The business, launching just in time for the holiday season, is the brainchild of Sussex County residents Phil Wojcik and Andrea Summers. After seeing his friend’s 302 tattoo which was set against the state’s background, Wojcik realized that there was a market for people, like his friend, who wanted to “represent” the First State. However, both Wojcik and Summers believe that you don’t have to be born here to show your Delaware pride. “While I was born in Wilmington, and attended high school at Salesianum, my education and career took me from this great state for many years. I was extremely happy for the opportunity to return home. Andrea moved here 17 years ago from Maryland, and together we have fallen in love with our life here and wanted a way to share that in a way that anyone and everyone we come in contact with can see,” said Wojcik. “ is offering us the vehicle for not only us but for hundreds of thousands of other First State residents to do that.” Wojcik said while they’re starting with a small selection of items, they have plans to roll out new designs and new items every 1 – 2 months. Wojcik used his computer programming background to design the website and online store, and Summers her public information background to market the site primarily via social media platforms Facebook and Twitter. “We’re going to share unique and interesting fun facts about Delaware on these sites and want people to start sharing with us why they love Delaware,” said Summers. “We truly want to start a conversation with individuals about why this is such an amazing State in which to live.” In an effort to promote the Facebook page and website, Summers said they’ve also launched a contest to win a Delaware302 prize pack. People can enter by sharing why they are Delaware proud and love living in the 302, and the contest will allow voting American Idol style for the best answer. Delaware302’s owners also believe in philanthropy but more specifically giving to the local community. A portion of sales each month will be donated to the charity of their choice. The duo’s top picks are the Delaware Food Bank at which Wojcik has volunteered and the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, which supported Summer’s step sister during her battle with the disease. Delaware302 products make great gifts for the holidays. Visit Delaware302’s online store at , friend us on Facebook at or follow us on Twitter at . is the online presence of Delaware302 LLC.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Brightside Academy Celebrates the Fall Season with a Festival and Open House

Brightside Academy invites residents in the Kensington and Feltonville neighborhoods to celebrate the fall season with a festival and open house on Saturday, November 19, 2011. The event will be held at the Harrowgate location at 3528 I Street from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and will feature fun games and activities, a moon bounce, prizes, face painting, crafts, food and music. Parents will have the opportunity to tour this facility and receive information about Brightside Academy’s early educational experience. “We wanted to mix a fun day for the children with information for the parents about a quality early childhood education option in their neighborhood. Parents can tour our academy while the children play, learn and have fun,” said Academy Director Claribel Alfaro.
* 11/20/11 - 12/2/11

Give the Gift of the Great Outdoors

Fuzzy slippers. A golf ball cleaner. A hot dog cooker. Yet another tie. These are a just a few of the gifts that have been posted on a website devoted to “unwanted holiday gifts.” This season, make sure your holiday purchases don’t end up on such a website. Avoid the crazed commercialism and consider a gift of a Delaware Nature Society membership. You’ll save all the time you would have devoted to shopping and you’ll also save resources (this is one gift that definitely won’t end up in a landfill). A gift of a DNS membership provides 12 months of fun, learning, special discounts and reciprocal admission to select nature centers and zoos nationwide. Here’s just some of what your gift recipients will receive with their DNS membership: • Special pricing for DNS programs and events. • Members-only days at the DNS Native Plant Sale. • Free admission to Farm Fun Days at Coverdale Farm. • Free admission to trails at Ashland and Abbott’s Mill Nature Centers. • Reciprocal admission to select zoos, such as the New York State Zoo and nature centers, including Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Pennsylvania. • Discounts at retail partners: Everything But the Kitchen Sink, Gateway Garden Center, Wild Birds Unlimited, Quest Fitness & Kayak, East Coast Garden Center and Wild About Birds. Purchase your gift membership early and get even more for your money. If you buy a new Delaware Nature Society membership before Dec. 1, your gift recipient will receive 15 months of membership for the price of 12. DNS membership prices start at $30 for seniors and college students, $40 for individuals and $55 for families. Is your friend or relative already a DNS member? Then pick up a gift certificate for a Delaware Nature Society program. Programs this winter include guided bird walks, astronomy workshops, maple-sugaring demonstrations (followed by a pancake breakfast), owl prowls, cooking workshops at Coverdale Farm Preserve and much more.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Fourth Annual National Adoption Day Celebration Takes Place in Dover

The 4th Annual Adoption Day Celebration is being co-sponsored by Adoptive Families with Information and Support, the Delaware Interagency Committee on Adoption, Child Placement Review Board and the Delaware Children’s Department. Adoptive families, representatives from local adoption agencies and State officials will meet to celebrate National Adoption Day and share information with persons interested in adoption. Workshops on adoption topics, a panel of young adult adoptees, entertainment, lunch, and other activities will take place. On any given day there are dozens of children in Delaware’s foster care system who are eligible for adoption. This event will help raise awareness of the need for adoptive families and provide insight into the lives of children looking for a permanent place to call home. Saturday, November 19, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. until 4 p.m. Delaware Tech Conference Center 100 Campus Drive Dover, DE 19904
11/20/11 - 6/21/12

Kay's Kamp volunteer staff needed

Kay's Kamp, a camp for kids with cancer needs volunteers from June 23-30, 2012 to serve as week-long staff. Must be 21 years old. Background check & interview required. Must be CPR certified. For application and information go to
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Christmas Bazaar-Mount Aviat Academy

MAA’s Annual Christmas Bazaar November 19th, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pictures with Santa, raffle tickets, children’s bazaar, baked and homemade goods, silent auction, white elephant treasure room, and more! Located just a few minutes from Newark!
* 11/20/11 - 12/16/11

Be a Santa To A Senior

Home Instead is teaming up with local non-profit agencies and area retailers to sponsor Be A Santa To A Senior. Help by purchasing and donating a gift at Boscovs at Concord and at Christiana from November 19 through December 15.
11/20/11 - 1/9/12

Yuletide at Winterthur – ‘The Best of Yuletide’

Don’t miss the best of Yuletides past on this year’s tour of Henry Francis du Pont’s dazzling home decorated in holiday style! Tours will showcase Winterthur’s most beloved holiday displays, back by popular demand. From breathtaking rooms sparkling with seasonal decorations -- including the magnificent dried flower tree -- to displays of du Pont family festivities, you will be inspired and amazed by this year’s magical tour. Included with your ticket is admission to the blockbuster exhibition Paint, Pattern & People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1725 – 1850. Reserve your ‘Best of Yuletide’ tour today. Information and reservations at 800.448.3883 or This year’s Yuletide is free to Members, and is included with general admission for non-members.
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

4th Annual National Adoption Day

Nationally, November is recognized as Adoption Month. As part of the Department’s outreach efforts this year, a child in foster care who is currently available for adoption will be selected each week in the month of November as a Heart Gallery supplemental spotlight. By sharing their stories and their smiles with the community, the Department hopes to find each child a family who will love them and nurture their spirit. In addition to month long awareness efforts around adoption, the 4th Annual National Adoption Day will be celebrated on Saturday, November 19, at the DelTech Terry Campus in Dover. National Adoption Day is a collective national effort to raise awareness of the 107,000 children in foster care waiting to find permanent, loving families. For more information about this event or to register, visit For more information on Nyaire or any of the other children in the online Heart Gallery, visit
11/20/11 - 11/20/11

Ray Davies Performing at the Temple Performing Arts Center

Temple Performing Arts Center, 1837 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19122
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