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NarbNet: Friday, June 26, 2015 Edition

Mayor Tom Grady

Posted: Friday, June 26, 2015

Welcome to the Friday, June 26, 2015 Edition of NarbNet!

It's almost that favorite time of the year and we all need to practice.
All together now:
"LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING
THIS I KNOW IS TRUE
IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER
BETWEEN ME AND YOU
LIKE THIS LITTLE TOWN I KNOW
WHERE ELM TREES TOUCH THE SKY
THERE'S A WHOLE LOT GOIN' ON
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
(CHORUS)
BIG HEARTS
BIG DREAMS
BIG SMILES
BIG THINGS ARE HAPPENING
EVERYWHERE
BIG THOUGHTS
BIG JOKES
BIG LAUGHS
BIG HOPES ARE FILLING THE AIR
NARBERTH IS A BIG LITTLE TOWN
FROM ROCKLAND TO MONTGOMERY
TO HAVERFORD AVENUE
EVERYBODY'S TAKING PRIDE
IN EVERYTHING THEY DO
FROM FATHER TO DAUGHTER
TO EVERY MOTHER'S SON
THIS TOWN'S GOT A HISTORY
AND YET IT'S JUST BEGUN
(CHORUS)
THE ROCKET'S RED GLARE
ON THE 4TH OF JULY
OLD GLORY'S FLYING HIGH
THE CRACK OF THE BAT
THE BOUNCE OF THE BALL
HEAR THE TRAINMAN'S CALL
(CHORUS)"

"NARBERTH IS A BIG LITTLE TOWN*"-Lyrics and Music by Karl V. Westman
* The title of this song was taken from a sign that was on the wall of the business of Harvey Cook, Sr., at the
Narberth Avenue Bridge.

Sing often.

Happy #TakeYourDogToWorkDay!

Thank you for a wonderful Centennial Weekend Celebration Narbrook Park! (1915-2015)

Last Shout Out: Narberth is #2 (just behind Scarsdale, NY) as the best suburb to raise a family in America! See:
https://local.niche.com/rankings/suburbs/best-places-for-families/

Narberth Summer Music Series-Wednesday Nights in the Park:

JULY 1: DAVE MURPHY http://www.davemurphy.net/
8: KIWI
15: MEGHAN CARY http://www.meghancary.com/
22: MATT SANTRY http://mattsantry.com/
29: THE ZING KINGS https://www.facebook.com/zingkings

AUGUST 5: BROKEN ARROW

Narberth Business Directory. Borough Council and the NBA are working on a "Narberth Guide" , which will
include a directory of Narberth businesses. Please make sure that we have your correct contact information so that
locals can find you in this guide. There is no charge to be included, so send your business name, address, phone, e-
mail and/or website to Ed Ridgway at ed@mainlinePR.com

Narberth Beer Runners!
Please visit the Narberth Beer Runners page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/narberthbeerrunners/ , "Like
them"and the NBR will let you know of the next run.
Also check out: http://vimeo.com/109624211 too!

In other interesting news

Do you Facebook? Check out Friends of Narberth History! https://www.facebook.com/NarberthHistory

Make sure you check out www.mayorgrady.com too!
Thanks Avi!

Now here's a list of fun, entertaining and community events in and about our town (Narberth and Nearberth) for the
upcoming week (and don't forget to check www.meetthemayor.org for more updates):

1.) Saturday, June 27, 2015, Narberth Borough and Narberth Civic Association invite you to attend the
NARBERTH BOROUGH SQUARE DANCE to be held inside Borough Hall, 100 Dudley Ave., Narberth, PA
19072 on Saturday night, June 27, 2015, from7:30-10:30 p.m.

You will be dancing to live traditional square dance music from the Appalachian Mountains, provided by
Noggin Hill ( www.nogginhill.com ). The band includes Narberth native Nikolai Fox on fiddle, Chris Coyle on
upright bass and Brendan Cooney on five string banjo/guitar. Veteran square dance caller Keith Brand will walk you
through the dance steps and patterns before the music starts, and will call in time to the music keeping everyone
swinging and do-si-doing through the night.

Admission is $10.00 per person and $5 for children accompanied by parents. This event is free to members of
Narberth Civic Association who have paid their dues ($15 single, $30 household) for 2015.

You do not need any dancing experience to attend. The dances will be taught and walked through. All are
welcome. Admission includes light refreshments (no alcohol).

Attendees can park free in the parking lot next to the basketball courts on Haverford Ave. as well as on
Haverford Ave. itself. The location is accessible by SEPTA Regional Rail (Paoli Thornburg Line). Narberth
Borough Hall is 2 blocks from the Narberth Train Station.

If you would like to pay in advance, you can log onto Narberth Civic Association
website,http://www.narberthcivic.org and follow the links. For more information, call Rich Myers at 215-768-0739.
You can also e-mail him at myersrpm@gmail.com.

Information about the event can be accessed on YouTube at the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtT-9ixLkt0&feature=youtu.be

2.) Sunday, June 28, 2015, The Summer edition of the Narberth Music & Arts Fest is the perfect finish to a
Borough weekend! Join your friends and neighbors for an afternoon of fun in downtown Narberth. The Music and
Arts Fest runs from 2pm to 7pm on Sunday, June 28. It is a family event on Haverford Avenue featuring street food,
drinks, and free live music all day. Artists Alley is right next door on Forrest Ave.
The festivals are brought to you by two NBA members, McShea's and The Greeks. For more information, see
http://narberthfestival.com

3.) Monday, June 29, 2015, The Handwork Studio is now enrolling for Summer Camp at both their Narberth and
Rosemont College locations. Choose from Handwork Day Camp (ages 5-12) or Fashion & Machine Sewing ( ages 9-
15). Camp is in both Narberth & Rosemont. You can contact Miss Ana at 610-660-9600 to save your child's seat for
summer camp. You can also register online here:http://bit.ly/THSregistration. and learn more here:
http://www.thehandworkstudio.com/narberth.

4.) Tuesday, June 30, 2015, Tiny Tales , Tuesdays AND Thursdays @ 10:30 a.m. at the Narberth Community
Library. For ages Birth to 5. Stories, songs and a craft with Miss Janine and Miss Mayuri.

5.) Tuesday, June 30, 2015, *Narberth Community Food Bank *All are Welcome!*

Narberth Community Food Bank is thrilled to announce Annette Heinsheimer has joined our team!

As Montgomery County Community Connections Advocate, Annette is available every Tuesday 9-2 to help all
Narberth and Lower Merion citizens find the resources they need at NO COST!
Help with-
Food
Heat
Electricity
Low cost medicine
Childcare
and MUCH MORE!!

Please let your members, guests, and volunteers know this is a walk in service! No appointment needed.

Narberth Food bank is in strong need of the following:

Canned Fruit
Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Cow Milk
Almond Butter
Rice
Any help is much appreciated!

Donations Monday evenings 7pm & Tuesday 10am-1pm, PM 6- 7:30 201 Sabine Ave, Narberth
Questions? Visit narberthcommunityfoodbank.org

Thank you to all who volunteer, donate and support ending hunger in our community. In order to facilitate donations
to the Narberth Food Bank, the Narberth Community Library has become a Drop Off point for donations. There is a
receptacle just inside the library front door, in front of the circulation desk. We hope this will make it easier for
library patrons and other Narberth citizens to drop off much needed donations at a time that is convenient for them.
The library is open from 10:00 to 8:00 - Monday thru Thursday and 10:00 to 5:00 - Friday and Saturday.
www.NarberthCivic.org/news is now publishing a self-updating notice of items currently needed for donation to the
food bank at the Narberth Family Resource Center. The needs change regularly, and so will this list. I
hope this will facilitate more efficient giving. Please remember the food bank! Even just a few extra cans or items
from a trip makes a difference. There is significant and regular need right here in Lower Merion & Narberth. Check
out the article space in the top right hand column of NarberthCivic.org/news under Family Resource Center of
Narberth. Thank you for your support!

6.) Wednesday, June 31, 2015, YOGA FOR CHILDREN aged 3 to 5 years. A friendly class, where we will create
a warm and welcoming space for children and parents too come and enjoy the benefits yoga can offer. Blending
movement, story, games and magical meditations, this class will open the door to a space where we slow down and
smile at how much fun taking our time can be!! At : Milokiflow, new Jiu Jitsu and Yoga studio on 950 Montgomery
Avenue, Narberth (tel: 610 605 3299) Wednesdays at 1pm. Please contact Trish:trish@milokiflow.com.

7.) Thursday, July 1, 2015, STORYTIMES and KIDS YOGA at a special place with Denise Donnio: Every
Thursday throughout June and July, I am excited to be the storyteller and Yoga Mama for any children and adults
needing a moment of calm, colour, fun and magical meditation (ages 3 - 6 years). At the CYNWYD STATION
CAFE on 375, Conshohocken State Road, at 11.30am is our storytime. Depending on numbers and weather, we will
enjoy a moment of telling and listening to my stories while grown ups can enjoy some of Sadie's delicious sweet
treats and coffee. At1pm outside on the lawn, in front of the cafe, I'll be under the dappled shade of the lovely trees
waiting to lead your wee ones and yourselves in a special session of yogatime.
These sessions are donation only so please come along and pay what you can, no stress.
Contact me with questions: Denise: denyogastories@gmail.com

8.) Thursday, July 2, 2015, COMMUNITY YOGA AT NARBERTH FOOD BANK in JULY
• Pay-What-You-Can Yoga Classes* (the perfect way to explore yoga for the first time)
• Classes held on three Thursdays: July 2, 9 & 16 at 7pm
• RSVP required in advance to elshakhsm@gmail.com
Come JOIN us! FIND your STRENGTH and get your CALM ON this summer.
* Profits are donated to the Narberth Community Food Bank

9.) Saturday, July 4, 2015-Happy Narberth 4th of July!
Narberth 4th of July Program
Saturday July 4, 2015

All Events will be held at the Narberth Playground
Located next to the Narberth Library (80 Windsor Ave Narberth, Pa 19072)

Events of the Day
10:00 Opening Ceremony
Mayor Tom Grady
Invocation - Monsignor Dougherty, St. Margaret Church
Pledge of Allegiance - Narberth American Legion Post 356
National Anthem - Vince Capriotti

10:15 Sign up for Baby Parade

10:30 Baby Parade
Announcer Rick Nichols
Diaper Derby - Betty Trolley, Mary Baker, Lauren Gray
Categories (up to age 5):
Most Serious, Poster Baby, Most Cheerful, Poster Twins,
Most Patriotic, Curliest Hair & Most Interesting Family Group

11:00 Basketball Foul Shooting Contest
Chairperson: Joe D'Antonio
Boys & Girls Separately
9-11 years old
12-13 years old
14-16 years old
Three prizes for each event

12:00 Sports & Races
Chairpersons: Mark & Zachary Weglos
Three prizes for each event Announcers: Carlos Bradley, Ralph DiGiovanni
4-6 years 30 Yard Dash, Shoe Scramble
7-8 years 30 Yard Dash, Shoe Scramble
9-10 years 50 Yd Dash, Wheelbarrow Race, 3 Legged Race
11-12 years 50 Yd Dash, Wheelbarrow Race, 3 Legged Race
13 & Older Obstacle Course-Carlos Bradley, Aquatic Fitness Center

1:30 Pie Eating Contest
Announcers: The Gibson Brothers

Evening Program
Nighttime Collections
Kathy & Fred Hansell

7:30 The Zing Kings

9:00 - Welcome
Mayor Tom Grady
National Anthem - Casey Ford Alexander
Guest Announcer - Doug Shimell, NBC 10
Flag Award - State Representative Mary Jo Daley

Dark Fireworks Display "Schaefer Pyrotechnics"
Crew Chief - Robin Mazzanobile, Charlie Bode, Kevin Kennedy, Mike Kennedy, Christine Mazzanobile, Susie
Mazzanobile, Aaron Muderick & Cheryl Scholler

10.) Saturday, July 11, 2015; Help support Lower Merion High School's baseball and football teams. The LMHS
baseball and football teams have joined together to hold their first annual LM Baseball & Football Golf Outing, at
Edgmont Country Club. Both teams have second year coaches and are coming together to raise funds to support
their respective programs. Registration is currently open for both golfers and sponsors. If you'd like to golf, you can
sign up individually or your whole foursome athttp://www.edgmont.com/outingmanagement.htm. If you'd like to
sponsor a hole, send an email to Tom DelMonte at t.delmonte@sap.com and we'll get you all set up. Many thanks
on behalf of both teams.

Please check out www.mayorgrady.com for upcoming information as well as Twitter! I will be sending updates.
Just link to follow tomgrady!

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