This is a group designed to bring local folks together for friendship and community to enjoy local Arts and Cultural Events around Chester County and the Brandywine Valley. Moreover, the intention is to acknowledge, support and promote local artists, venues, writers, performers, etc. in an effort to keep the Arts and Culture of Chester County and the Brandywine Valley thriving.
Join me at The Regal Movie Theater in Downingtown. We will enjoy the next chapter in the Crawley Family's journey.
The movie revolves around a royal visit from the King and Queen. It will be set in 1927....a year after the series ended.
** 3:30 Show
My seats are D3 & D4--- we can all sit near each other.
Afterwards we'll grab a bite at Umamipa Bistro. It's BYOB for dinner. Seperate checks approved.
150 Eagleview Boulevard,
Exton, PA 19341
Please DO NOT RSVP Yes unless you have purchased a ticket.
Please message me and give me a Yes or No for dinner.
This will be cross-posted on Chester County 45+ Female Friendships & Fun--only one RSVP per person is necessary
This is the last polo match of the season!
Relax and enjoy the beauty of Chester County while watching polo with friends. The match is from 3pm-5, but gates open at 1:30, so I put 2pm as our meet time.
Tickets can be purchased when you arrive at the gate for $15. Landhope Farms at located at 101 East Street Rd, Kennett Square, PA 19348 sells discounted tickets for $10. You can also order them online. If the weather is questionable, please check here and I’ll keep everyone updated.
These are lawn seats, so we'll have to stake our claim along the grass on the sidelines. Make sure to bring a chair and any food or drink you wish! Small folding tables or picnic blankets are handy. It is alcohol friendly.
There are no dress codes but I’ve worn summery dresses at times and felt comfortable. Men wear anything from oxford shirts and shorts to jackets with jeans or khakis. More details and photos on their website www.brandywinepolo.com.
“Too scary for children!” I’ve heard people say about this guy! He is a wonderful storyteller with haunted tales about the Chester County area.
He is the popular author of “Ghost Stories of Chester County” (which I’m guessing will be available for his signing that night). The venue is an allegedly haunted 300 year old house.
A fun Halloween event. This will sell out so please get your advance $10 ticket when you RSVP. There are two dates so if you want to be with this meetup activity, make sure you register for the 10/25 event. (Link below) I have mine and there are no seating assignments.