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NarbNet: Friday, April 10, 2015 Edition

Mayor Tom Grady

Posted: Friday, April 10, 2015

Welcome to the Friday, April 10, 2015 Edition of NarbNet!

It's baseball time in the Borough! This is my favorite time of the year when all the kids take to the baseball
fields after a long (and quite miserable) winter and make new friends while the parents gather for coffee and
conversation (and make new friends too.)
If you would like to watch a few games, stop by the Narberth Playground on Sunday morning and have a cup
of coffee (I promise it will bring back good memories when time was a little less complicated and all you had
to worry about was "who's on first?…")

Narberth Beer Runners.
Next run is Wednesday, April 15!
Check out: as well as the Narberth Beer Runners' Facebook page at:

NARBERTH family PHOTOGRAPHY session with Avi! Spring is just around the corner! Book your spring
family photo shoot with Avi Loren Fox. Narberth special: $275 for a 30 minute photo shoot and 50 digital
images delivered in a private online gallery. See Avi's portfolio and get in touch at

RUN NARB RUN…it's the
Online Registration is now open for the 20th Annual Narberth Cystic Fibrosis Run & Walk!
Plus, Volunteers are welcome, needed and requested.

Date: Saturday, April 25th, 2015: 9:00 am

Events: Five Mile Run, 1.5 Mile Walk, Kids Fun Run.

Cause: All proceeds benefit the Take A Breather Foundation,, a local organization
fulfilling Wishes for children living with Cystic Fibrosis.

Online Registration:

Please share this email with your fellow runners and walkers.

Interested in Sponsorship opportunities? Contact Matt McCloskey at 610-642-9474 or

Like us on Facebook:
Follow us on twitter: @narberthcf5

Election News:
April 20, 2015 is last day to register to Vote in the May 19, 2015 Primary Election.
*Not going to be in the Borough for Primary Election Day, May 19, 2015? **
Remember the Absentee Ballot Application is a two step process!

1.Fill out the Application mail to MontCo Board of Elections.

2. Voting Ballots will then be mailed to you. You must mail it back.

Pick up an Absentee Ballot Application at 206 Wayne Ave or go to

Please Slow Down and Stop.
Remember to come to a complete stop at designated stop signs in the Borough. Our children rely on you to
completely stop (hey you, no rolling) for their safety.

Narberth Girls Basketball League accepting registrations
The Narberth Girls Basketball League, entering its 31st season, is now accepting applications for registration
for the 2015 season, which starts in May and runs to the end of July.
The league is for girls who are currently in grades 5-12. Q. Registration fee is $75 prior to April 15; after April
15, the registration fee is $100. Ecah team plays nine regular-season games, and all of the teams make the
postseason playoffs.
The Narberth Girls Basketball League player draft will be held during the last week of April. The league uses
PIAA officials and PIAA rules.
For more information about the Narberth Girls Basketball League, visit or e-mail
The Philly Foodworks Farm share is returning to Narberth with fresh local veggies, meat, cheeses, and more.

Different than a regular farm share, the Philly Foodworks Rolling Farm Share offers regular deliveries of fresh
local foods with as little as a $100 pre-season payment and no seasonal commitment. Get creative by choosing
from custom shares, special add-ons, and a range of great local products on their online market.

Born out of the urban farming movement in Philadelphia, Philly Foodworks strives to support local,
sustainable producers while bringing good food to the community. They provide farmers with funding upfront
and work with community groups to make local food more accessible for all.

Learn more about Philly Foodworks and their expansive share options at
Check out this short video that describes more about Philly Foodworks and their Rolling Farm Share:

In other interesting news:

Do you Facebook? Check out Friends of Narberth History!

Make sure you check out too!
Thanks Avi!

Bryn Mawr Twilight Concerts - TKTS on sale now……(note: Family Show June 27) Get tkts. here…..

June 6 John Gorka
June 7 (Sun.) Trespass: Genesis Tribute Band
June 13 Steve Poltz w/ Joe Crookston
June 19 (Fri.) Larry McKenna & the Girls of Summer present THE GREAT GIRL SONGS OF THE 60'S
June 20 Steve Forbert w/Mark Schultz
June 27 Recess Monkey ($12 Adults/$5 kids 5 to 16)
July 10 (Fri.) Dukes of Destiny w/Broken Arrow: Neil Young Tribute
July 11 Megan & Liz w/Found Wandering ($12 Adults/$5 kids 5 to 16)
July 18 Marc Silver & the Stonethrowers w/
July 25 David Wilcox w/Denise Moser
August 1 Dar Williams w/Jonathan Doh & Richard Douglass ($15 adults/$5 kids 5 to 16)
August 8 Christine Havrilla & Gypsy Fuzz

The Narberth Community Library now has baking pans to lend out! Feeling creative and craving a yummy
cake? Check out our list of pans (

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 for more updates):

1.) Sunday, April 12, 2015-Opening Day for Narberth T-Ball and Coffee! Join us and/or follow us at:

2.) Sunday, April 12 | 9:30 am, Forging a New Relationship between Jews and Christians
Over the last half-century there has been a remarkable change in Jewish-Christian relations. After millennia of
estrangement, members of these traditions have begun the difficult process of rethinking views of the other.
During this presentation by Dr. Adam Gregerman, assistant professor in the Theology and Religious Studies
department of Saint Joseph's University and assistant director of the University's Institute for Jewish-Catholic
Relations, we will consider some of the most important developments in this process as well as the difficult
divisions that remain. Light refreshments will be served at 9:30 am, followed by our Hassel Adult Education
program at 10:00 am. This program is open to all. Main Line Reform Temple, 410 Montgomery Ave.,
Wynnewood, 610-649-7800.

3.) Tuesday, April 14, 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.

4.) Tuesday, April 14th, 2015--Spring Classes at The Handwork Studio are a great way to keep your kids
creative outside of school. These one-hour classes are offered in Handwork & Machine Sewing (Ages 5-12)
and Fashion & Machine Sewing (Ages 8-15). Classes are pro-rated for the remainder of the 5-week session
and enrollment is always open! You can get more details or register by calling Miss Ana at 610-660-9600 or
learn more here:

5.) Tuesday, April 14, 2015, *Narberth Community Food Bank *All are Welcome!*

Narberth Food bank is in strong need of the following:

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

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

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. 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 under Family
Resource Center of Narberth. Thank you for your support!

6.) Wednesday, April 15, 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

7.) Thursday, April 16, 2015, YOGA FOR 4th and 5th GRADERS - FREE EVENT in Narberth. EVERY
This is an ongoing weekly class especially designed for busy 4th and 5th graders. It's a small group of children
who I welcome each week and work with in a yoga setting - helping them to soften the heavy school week and
learn about the beauty of mindfulness.
Gentle, safe, and very friendly. Pre-registration necessary as numbers are limited to 8 places each session.

8.) Friday, April 17, 2015 is Mayor's Movie Night! Tonight we're showing "Paddington" (2014) and a few
other Pixar shorts in the Borough Auditorium, Boro Hall, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth beginning
at 7:00 P.M. Movie Night is always "FREE" and there will be refreshments, popcorn and candy available.
Parents/Guardians: Make it a Narberth Date Night! Grab a bite to eat or shop in our downtown during the
movie. There will be a sign-in sheet or just see me (I'm the projectionist) at Mayor's Movie Night! Enjoy!
For a trailer, please see:

9.) Sunday, April 19th, 2015 --Your child can make their own handmade Earth Day project at The Handwork
Studio's delightful workshop on Sunday, April 19th at 3 PM.Workshop fee is $45 and registration is now
open! You can register by calling Miss Ana at the studio 610-660- 9600 or online here:

10.) Saturday, April 25, 2015, NarbEarth Day! New Exhibitors, Old Timey Music and Great Food!
Calling all who want to celebrate and save our dear Earth!
At NarbEarth Day on Saturday April 25, you'll find many ways to do this from 12 noon to 4:00pm. Major
environmental organizations will be there, such as, Sierra Club, and the EPA, as well as many local
organizations such as GMO-free PA, and Food and Water Watch PA. You'll be able to make your own
milkshake using a bicycle-powered blender, explore the new BMW i3 electric car, and feast on locally-
sourced, organic food. There will be activities and crafts for kids that emphasize recycling, creativity and
gardening. Maybe you'd just like a relaxing afternoon out in Narberth among families and friends, listening to
Grip It & Rip It playing old timey music.
This is the 26th year that the Narberth Civic Association has presented NarbEarth Day, an afternoon of
celebration and care for the Earth. It's a free, family environmental fair for children andadults that features
exhibits and activities promoting environmental awareness and responsibility. The event is held outdoors in
Narberth Park, right next to the Narberth Community Library, which will be holding it's annual used book
In the spirit of "reduce, reuse, recycle" everyone is encouraged to bring used toys, children's clothing,
household goods and eyeglasses to swap or donate. You might find a treasure to take home yourself.
Gardeners can bring perennials and houseplants to the plant exchange. But you don't have to bring something
to swap. You're welcome to take what you can use and make a donation to the NCA.
The NarbEarth Day raffle is one of the most popular features of the event for both adults and kids. We've
received a variety of fantastic prizes from our generous local businesses, such as organic food items,
educational toys, services like tree treatments, and gift certificates for yoga classes, Ricklin's Hardware,
Whole Foods and other local stores. The raffle gets bigger and better every year. More donations are coming
in every day, and there really will be something for everyone!
The rain date for NarbEarth Day is Sunday April 26th.
Please feel inspired to donate some time between 11 AM and 5 PM on the 25th (or 26th in case of rain), we are
still in need of volunteers to help set up, run and clean up the fair. Just an hour or two would be a tremendous
For more information, visit or contact Patsy Higgins at (610) 608-2445 or

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Best regards,

Mayor Tom Grady
Borough of Narberth
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