Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these great local events.
Comedy Show For Kids - The Great Holtzie
- When: Saturday, Feb. 9 at 4 p.m.
- Where:Narberth Borough Hall 100 Conway Ave, Narberth
- Why Go: The Junior Women's Community Club of Narberth presents a comedy show for children by the award-winning Great Holtzie. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit narberthwomensclub.org.
- Cost: $8
New Perspective on the End of Life
- When: Sunday, Feb. 10 from 1 - 3 p.m.
- Where:West Laurel Hill Cemetery 225 Belmont Ave, Bala Cynwyd
- Why Go:West Laurel Hill Cemetery welcomes a Philadelphia area author for a Round Table Discussion. Lauren Van Scoy, MD, author of "Last Wish: Stories to Inspire a Peaceful Passing," will be available to discuss sensitive end-of-life issues and the struggles families endure when they are faced with making extraordinarily difficult decisions. For more information, please see the event listing.
- Cost: Free
- When: Sunday, Feb. 10 from 5 - 8 p.m.
- Where: Narberth Library, 80 Windsor Avenue in Narberth
- Why Go: Bring your family and mingle with Narberth Civic Association members and neighbors. Meet the new Narberth librarian, Janine Waters, and join us in welcoming her. The NCA will provide the beverages (adult and kid) and tableware and there will be prize raffle.
- Cost: Free members, Non-members - $5 - RSVP here
- When: February 8 - 10
- Where: Main Street, Manayunk
- Why Go: The weekend begins with a huge ice bonfire on Friday night. Throughout the weekend master ice carvers will carve large ice sculptures live on Main Street, Fear No Ice will perform a theatrical ice carving show for visitors, and ice carving battles will put two ice carvers up against each other to battle it out for the best ice sculpture carved in just 30 minutes.
- Cost: Free
- When: Saturday, Feb. 9 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
- Where: Wissahickon Environmental Center, 300 W. Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia
- Why Go: Enjoy the warm campfire on a cold winter’s day and make your own lunch cooked in the coals- banana boats, brown bears, dough boys, pudgy pies and more! Learn some new recipes to try on your next camping trip.
- Cost: $5 per family