It’s a beautiful weekend in Philly (last official weekend of summer) with lots of great things to do with the family. What will you do today?
Sunday September 19, 2010
Peddler’s Village Annual Scarecrow Festival
Fall family fun including scarecrow-making workshops, pumpkin pie-eating contests, pumpkin painting, live entertainment & festive foods. Free and free parking. Fee & registration required for scarecrow workshops.
Art & Music Festival at Linvilla Orchards
Enjoy artist demonstrations, a craft sale & performances by six live bands. Hayrides, apple & pumpkin picking, pony rides, a corn maze & face painting.
Craft Show with over 40 crafters showing off their unique Handmade crafts, and a Kids Fun Fair to benefit American Cancer Society (Relay for Life) of Medford and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Featuring Live Music and a fun, free play area for the kids!
The Village Renaissance Faire
11th annual festival features horseback jousting, live performances, a working catapult, crafts, living history demonstrations, medieval games & carriage rides.Cost: $5, ages 8 & younger free
Chester County Restaurant Festival
West Chester, PA
Chefs compete to win the title of the best chef in Chester County. More than 50 restaurants are participating. Also enjoy arts & crafts vendors and live music.
Jenkintown Festival of the Arts
Jenkintown Festival of the Arts will showcase the creativity and imagination of regional artists. Thousands will walk through the town to enjoy a juried arts show, taste fine foods and craft brews, listen to the sounds of great music, watch live performances, frolic in the Kids Court, shop and experience the fun in our historic town.
Free Sunday Mornings at the Brandywine River Museum
Discover the wonderful world of art every Sunday morning in September with free Sunday mornings from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
Fall Super Sunday in Media
Fall Super Sunday features over 150 vendors, offering fabulous bargains on everything from antiques, appliances and books, to bric-a-brac, collectibles, attic treasures and handmade craft items. Many of Media’s stores and restaurants will be offering Super Sunday specials, and some of the restaurants will serve their wonderful specialties “al fresco.”
Local (many mom-owned) businesses and national sponsors will offer information and samplings, great Raffle Prizes, Seminars on topics including “Pre and PostNatal Health and Nutrition;” “Pregnant and Uncomfortable?”; “Going Green with Baby”; “Healthy Meals for the Family,” and more! The fair is free with paid admission to Please Touch Museum. The first 200 people to pre-register for the Fair will receive a VIP swag bag at the event! (One registration per Happy and Healthy Mom, please!)