Spring is almost in the air! Enjoy this first week of March with a guide to fun family activities throughout the region! By Carrie Hill Photo courtesy of R. Kennedy for GPTMC Monday, March 4 The Keswick Theater presents the Peking Acrobats today (and through March 6). Enjoy 20 of China’s most talented tumblers, contortionists, acrobats, […]
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Bid February farewell and usher in the first days of March this week with a host of fun, family activities. By Carrie Hill Photo by Carrie Hill for The Creative Clubhouse Tuesday, February 26 Enjoy the adventures of Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men as they “borrow” from the rich, give to […]
School is back in session, but the family fun doesn’t have to end! Check out this week’s top picks for activities from Main Line Parent.
Visit Perleman Jewish Day School, Friends Central School, The School in Rose Valley, Barrack Hebrew Academy, Valley Forge Military Academy and Kimberton Waldorf School this week for open houses and admissions events. (And Save The Date for The Haverford School next week, too!)
How are you doing with your summer bucket list? Maybe you’ll find an adventure or two to check off this week on our family fun line-up!
With the heat levels returning to a more tolerable temperature, get outside and take advantage of all of the fun outdoor adventures that the Main Line has to offer this week!
International Montessori Schools strive to teach independence and confidence in children from 3 months through 5th grade. Our mantra “Help me to do it alone” focuses on the Whole Child approach to education allowing for curiosity, self-discovery, exploration and respect for community.
After a holiday on hump day, you may be looking to take it easy this weekend…but then again, maybe not! For those of you ready to hit the pavement, here are your weekend family-friendly events on the Main Line.
Leading Tone Lessons provides private music lessons in the comfort of your home with some of the top music teachers in the area! Your child can learn any instrument at a pace and teaching style personally created for them.
At Kimberton Waldorf School, we provide a rich academic curriculum taught through the prism of creative thinking. The reason is simple. Mathematics requires creative problem-solving skills. Physics requires creative problem-solving skills. And creating a sustainable future certainly requires creative problem-solving skills.
Upcoming Signature Events
Preschool & Camp FairsJanuary 15th at the Academy of Natural Science
February 9th at David Fuller Karate in West Chester
Mom's Night Out for CampsJanuary 23rd at the Philadelphia Cricket Club
February 20th at the Main Line Art Center
March 7th at the Queens Village Art Center
April 3rd at the Peoples Light & Theatre Company