Artwork, Live Music and Flyers, Jan. 14-17
Check out what to do this weekend.
This weekend, check out a new exhibit at Tyme Gallery, enjoy some live music, and meet a Flyer.
If you’ve been craving a little more culture in your life, head to Tyme Gallery between 5 and 9 p.m. tonight for the opening reception for Susannah Hart Thomer’s new exhibit. Thomer’s exhibit “The Difference Is Like Night And Day” features watercolor paintings. The free event features catered hors d’oeurves and, of course, Thomer’s artwork. For more information on the artist, check out the gallery’s Web site. If you can’t make it to the opening reception, the exhibit will show from Jan. 14 to Feb. 5.
If you’re a Flyers fan, you may want to head to Carl’s Cardes & Collectibles on Saturday afternoon. From 1 to 2:15 p.m., Flyer Rick Tocchett will be signing autographs for $20 a ticket. For more information, see the Web site.
If you’re willing to travel a little further, Bryn Mawr has both live music and films to offer this weekend.
At MilkBoy in Bryn Mawr, you can listen to live music for free on both Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday at 7:30, listen to contemporary folk/pop singer Sharon Goldman, acoustic folk rocker (and unique song writer) Aaron Nathans and comedy guitarist Todd Chapelle.
On Saturday, Americana band Jet Weston and His Atomic Ranch Hands—who willingly describe themselves as “melodramatic pop” on their MySpace—will play their brand of consciously kitschy country. Both shows are free.
Get the kids out of the house on Saturday by taking them to see “Hotel For Dogs” at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. As part of the Institute’s Kids Matinee Series, watch the talking dogs at 10 a.m. for $4 per child, $5 per adult.