Coat racks were placed on my large porch, so guests could remove their coats and shoes at the door. Photo by Peter T. Here she is in her Christmas red. Here is the gorgeous Buche de Noel we made — brought inside and ready to serve.
Everyone loved it. Buche de Noel is made of sponge cake to resemble a miniature actual Yule log — it is a form of sweet roulade, and so delicious. Here he is making red caviar appetizers.
Michaelis There were selfies being taken in every room. Michaelis Outside, my driver, Carlos, helped bring guests from their cars to my house. My friend, Jim Klinko, gifted me this beautiful 18th century planter — I think it will look perfect up at Skylands, my home in Maine. Everyone loved the oysters from Norm Bloom — we ordered delicious oysters, served on the half shell with cocktail sauce and mignonette. Michaelis Here is my gorgeous Empress Qin looking up at Kevin as he captures this quick snapshot. We also had four wonderful carolers singing on the terrace parterre.
Santa wished everyone a Merry Christmas as they walked from house to house.
We'll feature various vendors throughout the area and have a gift wrapping station in the Canvas Room to make your gift giving easy. Come out to the park to create unique holiday decorations using natural materials.
Participants are welcome to sign up for one or both workshops. No previous crafting experience needed! Bring a hot glue gun, if possible—we have many to loan out as well. Spaces are limited, pre-registration required. Instead of performing Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told -- plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol ever sung.
A madcap romp through the holiday season! December 1 Keswick Theatre. Ranked by Comedy Central as one of the top stand-up comedians of all time, Sinbad has built a loyal following by taking audiences' painful trials or embarrassing tribulations of day-by-day life, throwing them back in their faces, and causing an uproar of comedic hysteria. November 8 - December 23 Theatre Horizon.
Nothin' but death will keep me from it! With a Grammy Award-winning score of jazz, ragtime, gospel, and blues, The Color Purple stays true to Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, following resilient Celie on her life's journey over half a century—through joy and despair, anguish and thrilling hope—to discover her destiny and the power of love. Helmed by local director and Broadway performer Amina Robinson, this uplifting production will stay with you long after its exuberant finish.
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Things To Do. Valley Forge Park. November Events. Restaurant Discounts. The Montco Explorer. Meeting Planner Rewards. Group Tours of Valley Forge Park. Sports Event Funding. Free Planning Assistance. Become a Member. Back to Previous. Special Events. December 8 Narberth The Narberth Dickens Festival is the biggest holiday festival on the Main Line, where downtown Narberth transforms into s London for one December afternoon every year.
December 1 Hope Lodge Come take a self-guided tour of Hope Lodge decorated for Christmas, enjoy holiday music, train displays and much more! The Rev. Jill Staton Bullard: jill stphilipsdurham. We will baptize children and adults on Sunday, November 5th. If you or your child would like to be baptized please speak with the Rev. Jonah Kendall or the Rev.
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Flood relief. Our people are hurting and we want to help. Our topic on October 26 will be a conversation about our favorite saints. Parishioner Lew Myers will share highlights of his recent trip to the Holy Land on Sunday, October 22, following the am service. Join us for worship, conversation, and refreshments.
To what extent do I want to support and sustain the community of St. Philip's and its ongoing work? This is the question that we each need to ask ourselves as we begin our annual Stewardship Journey. Pledge packets will be distributed by pledge guides beginning October 8th and for the following week to everyone in the parish. Parishioners can mail them in, bring them by the church, or put them in the collection plate.
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Wreaths, poinsettias, baked goods, and crafts will be sold. A soup and bread lunch is also available for purchase.
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