• Food, Fun, Music and Dancing on River at beautiful Morgan's Pier

    WONDERFUL WEATHER & COMFY TEMPS FORECASTED- COME ENJOY Summer is in full swing....break up your week by spending a a lovely evening with friends old and new down by the River and under our magnificent Ben Franklin Bridge. This gathering starts at six pm...... enjoy food, drinks, river ambiance and conversation with friends. Their casual food menu is VERY good and VERY reasonably priced. You will enjoy it! See the full menu at: www.morganspier.com/menu At 8 pm WELCOME TO THE PARTY ! People of all ages dance to the music of the Sensational Soul Cruisers! Dance under the Stars as long as you like. The Sensational Soul Cruisers are an 11 man horn group fronted by four soulful vocalists who pay homage and tribute to the very best of the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s Old School, Classic Soul, RnB, Motown and Disco. The group captures the distinctive style, skill and choreography of a classic show band working together to deliver the ultimate Soul Cruisers dance party! No cover charge before 8 pm

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  • TIROLER ANNUAL GOLF OUTING

    Mainland Golf Course

    TIROLER ANNUAL GOLF OUTING Monday July 1, Mainland Golf Club Starting at 9:30 AM 2250 Rittenhouse Rd Harleysville, PA 19438 [masked]) Just off the PA 63, Sumneytown Pk exit 476 N Please respond to Chuck Nissman by email to confirm Email: [masked]

  • HAPPY HOUR at Coyote Crossing with Main Line Ski Club and Dinner Afterwards

    Come join the fun when we enjoy an evening with fabulous drinks and patio ambiance at COYOTE CROSSING Enjoy a summer evening on one of the prettiest outdoor patios in the area ........ combine that with with offerings like Rose Petal or Champagne Margaritas, Mango Mojitos, and Grilled Pineapple Martinis to toast to the summer ahead. We're joining with our friends from the MAIN LINE SKI CLUB for a fun happy hour evening at Coyote Crossing ....named BEST OF for "Meet for a Drink" and "Outdoor Seating" .... " there is no denying the charm... the outdoor patio is one of the most relaxing atmospheres in the area to enjoy a few great cocktails with friends or colleagues ....in the evening the twinkling lights and tranquil sound of the running water of the patio's large center fountain create a magical dining experience". This event is back by popular demand after a well attended 2018 get together We will be making a reservation to sit down for dinner at 6:30 pm. If you would like to be part of the sit down dinner reservation, PLEASE advise via email to Maryellen at [masked] no later than TUESDAY, JUNE 18 . We must notify the restaurant in advance to be able to set up a large table ir more to accommodate us !! HAPPY HOUR 4-6 pm $4 Dos Equis Drafts $8 Appetizers $6 House Margaritas, Mojitos and Sangria In case of rain, we'll be at the inside bar http://www.coyotecrossing.com From Schulykill ....take exit 332 towards PA 23/Conshohocken......Merge onto Matsonford Road ....Continue onto PA 3016/Fayette Street .....turn right onto E. 1st Avenue ....slight left onto SPRING MILL Ave # 800 is destination on left

  • Dinner and Theater in Chestnut Hill Friday June 7 RSVP NOW

    Quintessence Theatre Group

    Please RSVP to Etta Nissman at: [masked] or (215)[masked] IT’S A FUN EVENING OF DINNER AND THEATER in CHESTNUT HILL Dinner at 5:30 Earth Bread + Brewery $15 tickets for Theater Performance at 7:30 Quintessence Theater 7137 Germantown Avenue “One Man, Two Guvnors” This uproarious, fast-paced farce follows the mixed fortunes of failed musician Francis Henshall. The plot is simple. Down on his luck and perpetually hungry, Francis suddenly finds himself employed ty two bosses. One is disguised as her recently deceased infamous gangster brother while trying to extort money from her dead brother’s fiancée’s dad. The other is her boyfriend, who killed her brother and is hiding from the police until they can be reunited. Simple, right? Richard Bean adapted Goldoni’s 1753 commedia “A Servant of Two Masters” and turned it into a hysterical British sex comedy set in the swinging sixties Brighton, England. The Philadelphia premier of this award-winning adaptation will star Quintessence and 1812 favorite, actor Sean Close. Please RSVP to Etta Nissman at: [masked] or (215)[masked] so that she knows how many tickets to reserve and how many seats to reserve at the restaurant. Etta will be purchasing group tickets at a special rate of ONLY $15 . Please bring cash or a check with you that evening to give to Etta. Dinner will be at Earth Bread + Brewery, which is located right across the street from theTheater. We’re going to do some casual dining on the second floor of the restaurant, which consistently receives 4 and 5 stars on Yelp! for its imaginative flatbreads, wonderful salads and fine selection of beer and wine. You can check out the menu here: http://earthbreadbrewery.com/earth-menu/

  • VENUE CHANGED TO CHART HOUSE ...... HAPPY HOUR this Thursday

    VENUE moved to the CHART HOUSE Penn’s Landing 555 S. Columbus Blvd (moshulu deck closed for a private event on Thursday) Kick off Memorial Day weekend with a fun gathering At the CHART HOUSE at Penn’s Landing Chart House boasts a waterfront lounge and outdoor patio....and FREE valet parking! They have an extensive menu of HH special apps and adult beverages offered from 4:30 - 7 pm Come meet old friends and perhaps some first timers .... it’s not to early to discuss next winter’s trips as well as your summer plans.

  • Bike ride on the Schuylkill River Trail

    Betzwood Bridge

    Calling all bike riders! Let’s join the Tiroler & Main Line Ski Clubs and ride on the Schuylkill River Trail. Let's meet at the furthest upstream point of the Betzwood Bridge Trailhead of the Schuylkill River Trail. Betzwood Trailhead is part of the 3,500 acre Valley Forge National Historical Park. This large, wooded trailhead provides parking for at least 80 cars in a pleasant setting and provides restrooms, drinking water, picnic area, boat launch and access to more miles of great trails within the park. We'll ride up the trail to Pawlings Road, down Pawlings Road to the river, and along the river on a packed dirt path back to our starting point where there will be a Bring-Your-Own snack to share with others on the trip. Hybrids or fatter tires are recommended as are helmets and water. Contact Bob Campbell at (215)[masked] for any last minute instructions.

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  • General Member Meeting at the Austrian Village

    Austrian Village

    THERE'S FREE BEER, and this is an important meeting for all of us who plan to ski with the Club in 2020, because: 1) Officers will be elected! 2) We will be discussing upcoming Social Events. 3) There is free beer! So do come out and find out what we have for trips for the 2020 season! We will also preview our likely 2020 trips....be the first to know...Western destinations, Europe and maybe even a tres jolie Surprise!! We will also be discussing upcoming club social events and welcome ideas, volunteers, and new members to participate in both social and ski events. Reports from our VERY successful trips to Jackon Hole, Sugarbush and Mt. Snow. As always, everyone is welcome to get to the Austrian Village early, around 6:30 and socialize over a meal before the official Club meeting gets started.

  • Sakuru Sunday at the Cherry Blossom Festival

    Fairmount Park Horticulture Center

    Spring and the Cherry Blossoms have finally arrived! So let’s get together and enjoy one of Philadelphia’s premier cultural events and some sushi too. The Cherry Blossom Festival comes to a close on Sakura Sunday (April 14), a full day of events that includes music, dance, martial arts and other performances on three stages on the grounds of the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center. Taiko drummers from Tamagawa University in Tokyo lead the 10 a.m. opening ceremony, unfolding events and activities that last through 5 p.m. (For a schedule of Sunday’s events, visit this web page: http://japanphilly.org/programs/festivals/subaru-cherry-blossom-festival/2019-stage-schedule/) Visitors can observe a traditional tea ceremony, dress their pets in pink for a parade, see a cosplay fashion show and take in martial arts demonstrations — all beneath the cherry blossoms. Indoors, festival-goers can check out flower-arranging demonstrations, kimono dressing, and origami and calligraphy workshops. Shofuso Japanese House and Garden is open all day to visitors for those who want a glimpse of the 17th-century-style home. (Socks are required; shoes and bare feet are prohibited.) Festival events for 2019 take place at venues around the city and in the countryside, including at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden and the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center. The Tirolers will meet at the Nymph Fountain just inside the entrance to the Fairmont Park Horticultural Center Hall at 11:00 am. In the event that you cannot find the group please call either Phyllis Detwiler at[masked] or Bob Campbell at[masked]. The returning pop-up Sake Garden at Shofuso is open on Sakuru Sunday. The beer garden serves brews, cocktails and Asian fusion fare, putting a Philly twist on the Japanese tradition of cherry blossom picnics beneath the whimsical pink trees. Sakura Sunday tickets are $15 for adults ($12 if purchased before April 13) and free for children 12 and under. ACCESS cardholders pay $5. Getting There On Sakura Sunday, shuttles and accessible buses run on a continuous loop between the festival entrance and the parking areas at 30th Street Station, the Pennsylvania Convention Center and the Japan American Society of Greater Philadelphia. Paid parking is available at the Mann Music Center for $10. Sakura Sunday and events at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden take place in West Fairmount Park, which is accessible via the Philadelphia PHLASH Downtown Loop. Riders can use the Please Touch Museum stop, which is just a three-minute walk from the festivities. The PHLASH provides service to each stop every 15 minutes between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

  • HAPPY HOUR at Chart House Penn's Landing

    The Chart House

    Nothing formal .... just come out and enjoy a few hours of fun and conversation and river views .... pay as you go ....happy hour prices in effect for drinks and some wonderful appetizers from 4:30 - 7 pm And one of the best things about this spot is that they are located just of an I-95 exit and have free parking. Enjoy water views from the lounge or outside on the river deck if the weather is warm enough. An RSVP on this site would be helpful so we can try to save some table space. See the full happy hour menu at: http://www.chart-house.com/menus_pdf/CHPH_happ.pdf#zoom=100

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  • Tiroler and Main Line Ski Clubs Joint Happy Hour North Italia Restaurant

    It’s time to meet up with old friends at the second joint Tiroler/Main Line Happy Hour of 2019. We’ll all want to recount our winter ski adventures. And we’ll also want to discuss plans for summer biking and hiking, tennis and sailing outings, and all the rest of the things that we are looking forward to in 2019. The Happy Hour that we had at North Italia was such a success that we decided to return to this location. North Italia has been garnering great reviews since its recent opening. With $8 pizzas and $10 chef’s boards, $5 glasses of wine and $4 glasses of beer, what’s not to like?! A heaping bowl of Zucca Chips is only $4 and the usually $11 Prosciutto Bruschetta -- a generous pile of prosciutto atop crescenza cheese & asparagus with truffle flavoring-- is only $5.