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Unionville High School Art Gala

The 39th annual Unionville High School Art Gala will showcase local celebrated working artists, UHS alumni and current UHS Students along with live music and fabulous food. The Art Gala is a highly regarded event that raises money for educational projects and programs. Thirty percent of all artist sales go to support educational programs and projects at Unionville High School. The Art Gala will begin on Friday, November 7th from 3pm – 9pm and continue Saturday, November 8th from 10 am – 3pm; The much anticipated silent auction begins Friday and ends Saturday at 2pm sharp! For updates and further information make sure to follow the event page on Facebook.

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Glitter & Glow at First Friday

West Chester Photo By Matt SteindlWest Chester’s monthly First Friday event will be taking place this Friday (November 7, 2014) at 5:00pm. This months event will feature a special Glitter & Glow spectacle. Stroll through Downtown sidewalks where luminaries accentuate the shops with the magic of the season. Customers will find shelves stocked with giftware and seasonal fashions for everyone on your list. Metered parking throughout Downtown West Chester will be FREE during the event. For more information visit Downtownwestchester.com.

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The 2014 Founders Event

Chester County Historical SocietyThe Founders Event will bring together the region’s community, economic, and government leaders to support the Chester County Historical Society and acknowledge two outstanding visionaries: PECO and Penelope P. Wilson. Tickets are $100 per person and include remarkable networking, guided tours, delicious food by Jimmy Duffy’s, classical guitar by Malcom Johnstone, and more. For ticket information contact David B. Reinfeld at 610-692-4800 x 267 or by email dreinfeld@chestercohistorical.org. To learn more about the event click here or visit chestercohistorical.org.

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Dracula Performed By Brandywine Ballet Company

Beginning this weekend, October 24-26, Bram Stoker’s famous DRACULA is set to be performed by the Brandywine Ballet Company. It’s the story of a forbidden Victorian romance between beautiful Mina and the beguiling Count Dracula set amidst eerily lit castles and sun-drenched terraces. The tragic story unfolds with impeccable soloing, sensual pas de deux, and exhilarating ensemble dancing. Tantalizing costumes, sword battles, artful makeup and an emotionally moving musical score make Dracula ghoulish fun for all. Performances will take place at Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall. See performance times and ticket information by clicking here.

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4th Annual Taste of Chester County

If you’ve ever wanted to taste your way through Chester County, now you can! Tickets are on sale for the 4th Annual Taste of Chester County, hosted by Safe Harbor, which will take place at Milestone Events on November 6 from 6:30–9 p.m. This yearly event brings together the best food and drinks that Chester County has to offer, all under one roof. For more information on the event visit Safeharborofgwc.org.

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Pumpkin Art Carve

pumpkincarveJoin the Chester County Art Associate for an evening of fun and creativity! The event will take place October 29th from 5:00-8:00PM. Family Fun Nite Pumpkin Art Carve has become an annual event, this year Chris McKinney, one of CCAA’s printmaking instructors, will give a demonstration. We will have a haunted house drawing contest, bag toss, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, face-painting, pumpkin painting and pumpkin carving. Apple cider and cookies will be served to ring in the Fall season. Tickets are $10 per person ($7 per person for groups of 5 or more).  For more information on the event visit Chestercountyarts.org.

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History on Tap at The Whip Tavern

the_Whip_TavernThe Chester County Historical Society in partnership with the National Iron and Steel Museum invite you to meet America’s first woman industrialist, Rebecca Lukens. In Q and A format, ask Rebecca Lukens about the challenge of being a woman in charge of the Brandywine Ironworks, forerunner to Coatesville’s Lukens Steel, and how she literally influenced the engines of progress. The event will take Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 6:30pm and will be limited to 75 attendees. RSVP required, please email rsvp@chestercohistorical.org. For more information on the event click here.

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