Up and Coming at NVN

 

 

 

 

NORTHWEST VILLAGE NETWORK IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS:

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Mon. Aug 7, 3:30-5pm,  Monday Tea at High Point Cafe

*Thurs. Aug. 10, 10:30am.  Out and About with the Arts  Michener Art Museum

Fri. Aug. 11, 9:15am. Cup A Joe. at Tata

Fri. Aug 11, 2:30-3:30pm Needlecrafts change of venue

at Jane Schofer 215-248-3762

Mon. Aug 14, 3:30-5pm,  Monday Tea at High Point Cafe

Fri. Aug 18, 9:15am. Cup A Joe. at Tata

Looking Ahead

 

*Mon. Aug 21, Film Discussion and Pot Luck

 

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PUBLICATIONS 

* For NVN members.  Non-members are welcome to attend 3 times as guests.

 

RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS CALENDAR  

(Please contact the organization(s) directly for details on event dates.)

Spring

  • Home and Garden Festival  Chestnut Hill Buisiness Association

  • Mt. Airy Day – Early May, presented by East and West Mt. Airy Neighbors

  • Eat Your Heart Out -  April, West Mt. Airy Neighbors

 

Summer

  • Book Festival: usually in July.  Email info@chestnuthillbookfestival.com * for more information

  • Moonlight Movies –  Friday evenings from end of June—mid-August at Lovett Park; Saturday evenings at Trolley Car Diner.  Consult gomtairy.com for details.

  • Lobster Dinner given by Chestnut Hill Rotary Club

  • Movies in Vernon Park – Germantown Restoration CDC + Philadelphia Parks & Recreation; weekly.  www.friendsofvernonpark.org

  • Second Saturdays, May-October.  Local historic sites are open for tours and interpretation. www.freedomsbackyard.com/ See  Cliveden, Concord School, Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, First Mennonite Church, Deshler Morris House, Grumblethorpe, Historic Fairhill Burial Ground, Historic Rittenhouse Town, Hood Cemetery, Johnson House, Stenton, Wyck.  Sponsored by Historic Germantown.

 

Fall

  • Fall For The Arts  Festival:  Run by Chestnut Hill Business Association (CHBA), Mary Sharkey, Director  msharkey@chestnuthillpa.com * 215 247-6696

  • Battle of Germantown Reenactment, Cliveden.  First Saturday in October. Sponsored by Historic Germantown www.freedomsbackyard.com

  • Clover Craft Fair: (every 2-3 months) in spring and fall. CHBA

  • Harry Potter Day: Usually held mid-October. Chestnut Hill

  • Circle of Trees: tree lighting ceremony to be held in November at Woodmere Art Museum.   

  • Holiday House Tour:  Chestnut Hill Community Association (CHCA). http://www.chestnuthill.org/2015/2015-christmas-holiday-house-tour/

  • Holiday Parade: December, contact Brian Tilley, CHCA, 215 248 8810.​​​

  • Mt. Airy in the Street – September, Mt. Airy USA

  • Mt. Airy Village Fair  http://www.mtairyvillage.com

  • Blocktober Fest – West Mt. Airy Neighbors

 

Year 'Round

  • Final-ly Friday – last Friday of the Month; Mt. Airy USA