What To Do: Philadelphia Flower Show takes it outside

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times  The Philadelphia Flower Show The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show (phsonline.org) has been a staple in Philadelphia since 1829. The massive annual show, which is the nation’s longest-running horticultural event, typically draws more than 250,000 people to Philadelphia every year. The show, which is presented every year by the Pennsylvania Horticultural...

What To Do: Fun events for when you’re Halloweened out

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times Carmina Burana This weekend, there is a wide variety of activities that can keep people of all interests occupied. Not surprisingly, the schedule is top-heavy with Halloween-related attractions and events. Fortunately, for those who don’t care about Halloween – or have already reached a saturation point with the marketing for the holiday —...

What To Do: West Chester Restaurant festival serves it up again

Also: Jam on The Brandywine, Sept. 20 By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times For more than three decades, the Chester County Restaurant Festival (Gay Street and downtown area, West Chester, 610-436-9010, http://chestercountyrestaurantfestival.com) has been treating visitors with the opportunity to sample a wide variety of gourmet treats. This year, the free festival, which will be held on September...

What To Do: St. Joseph’s Community Fest in D-town & More

Whether looking for fun with Dad or just cool music, there are events for you By Denny Dyroff, Correspondent, The Times Saint Joseph Church in Downingtownhosts its annual “Community Festival” from June 17-21. Kids of all ages — from six to 60 — will agree that one of their favorite summer activities is attending a festival or a fair. Nothing says summertime quite like the lights...