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Nov
22
Fri
The Nutcracker presented by the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet Society
Nov 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Take a journey with us to the Land of the Sweets!

For over 25 years, the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet has been bringing the holiday classic ballet “The Nutcracker” to our stage. A fun way for families to kick off the holiday season, the annual tradition features professional soloists and many of the region’s best dancers. The enchanting music by Tchaikovsky is one of his best-known works and the ballet, set at Christmas time, has become an American holiday tradition.

Audience members are invited to take pictures with the cast members after the Saturday performances. Before and after the show the lobby is a winter wonderland filled with nutcracker gifts ideal for holiday shopping.

Ticket discounts for children and Upper Darby Performing Art Center members are available. Call ahead for wheel chair accessibility 610.622.1189. Our theater is equipped with an assisted listening system. Please visit the Box Office for a receiver prior to showtimes. Parking is free.

For more information visit https://www.udpac.org/. The Box Office can be reached at (610) 622-1189 or [email protected].





Nov
23
Sat
The Nutcracker presented by the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet Society
Nov 23 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Take a journey with us to the Land of the Sweets!

For over 25 years, the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet has been bringing the holiday classic ballet “The Nutcracker” to our stage. A fun way for families to kick off the holiday season, the annual tradition features professional soloists and many of the region’s best dancers. The enchanting music by Tchaikovsky is one of his best-known works and the ballet, set at Christmas time, has become an American holiday tradition.

Audience members are invited to take pictures with the cast members after the Saturday performances. Before and after the show the lobby is a winter wonderland filled with nutcracker gifts ideal for holiday shopping.

Ticket discounts for children and Upper Darby Performing Art Center members are available. Call ahead for wheel chair accessibility 610.622.1189. Our theater is equipped with an assisted listening system. Please visit the Box Office for a receiver prior to showtimes. Parking is free.

For more information visit https://www.udpac.org/. The Box Office can be reached at (610) 622-1189 or [email protected].





Nov
24
Sun
The Nutcracker presented by the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet Society
Nov 24 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Take a journey with us to the Land of the Sweets!

For over 25 years, the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet has been bringing the holiday classic ballet “The Nutcracker” to our stage. A fun way for families to kick off the holiday season, the annual tradition features professional soloists and many of the region’s best dancers. The enchanting music by Tchaikovsky is one of his best-known works and the ballet, set at Christmas time, has become an American holiday tradition.

Audience members are invited to take pictures with the cast members after the Saturday performances. Before and after the show the lobby is a winter wonderland filled with nutcracker gifts ideal for holiday shopping.

Ticket discounts for children and Upper Darby Performing Art Center members are available. Call ahead for wheel chair accessibility 610.622.1189. Our theater is equipped with an assisted listening system. Please visit the Box Office for a receiver prior to showtimes. Parking is free.

For more information visit https://www.udpac.org/. The Box Office can be reached at (610) 622-1189 or [email protected].





The Nutcracker presented by the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet Society
Nov 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Take a journey with us to the Land of the Sweets!

For over 25 years, the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet has been bringing the holiday classic ballet “The Nutcracker” to our stage. A fun way for families to kick off the holiday season, the annual tradition features professional soloists and many of the region’s best dancers. The enchanting music by Tchaikovsky is one of his best-known works and the ballet, set at Christmas time, has become an American holiday tradition.

Audience members are invited to take pictures with the cast members after the Saturday performances. Before and after the show the lobby is a winter wonderland filled with nutcracker gifts ideal for holiday shopping.

Ticket discounts for children and Upper Darby Performing Art Center members are available. Call ahead for wheel chair accessibility 610.622.1189. Our theater is equipped with an assisted listening system. Please visit the Box Office for a receiver prior to showtimes. Parking is free.

For more information visit https://www.udpac.org/. The Box Office can be reached at (610) 622-1189 or [email protected].

 





Nov
29
Fri
Kennedy Krieger Institute’s 30th Annual Festival of Trees
Nov 29 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Not only is Santa coming to town, but the Festival of Trees is coming to town for the 30th year in a row, and it will welcome its one-millionth visitor! From Friday, November 29 to Sunday, December 1, the elves from the Kennedy Krieger Institute will transform the Maryland State Fairgrounds into a winter wonderland complete with decorated trees, a gingerbread town, shopping, holiday activities and entertainment for children of all ages. 

Guests can also share their wish lists with jolly St. Nick on Sunday, December 1 from 8-10 a.m., while enjoying a delicious meal at the popular Breakfast with Santa. At the breakfast, families will have the opportunity to explore the festival before it opens to the public, experience the rides and games in SantaLand, and children will receive a small gift from Santa himself. Tickets for this event can be purchased online. 

Festival of Trees will feature more than 800 uniquely decorated holiday trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses designed by local artists, corporations and schools. While wandering through the winter wonderland, festival-goers will enjoy live entertainment and a visit to SantaLand. Santa’s ultimate theme park includes “reindeer” pony rides, carousel rides, carnival games, a race car simulator ride and a LEGO display, perfect for young engineers and builders. With more than 100 gift boutiques, a raffle and a silent auction, Festival of Trees is a one-stop-shop to check off everything on the holiday gift list. 

Attendees and Institute supporters can also start their own Happy Holidays Fund page to raise money to provide extra support to families and children in need at Kennedy Krieger during the holiday season, and throughout the year. For every $13 raised to support the children and families of the Institute, supporters will receive one free ticket to Festival of Trees. 





Nov
30
Sat
Kennedy Krieger Institute’s 30th Annual Festival of Trees
Nov 30 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Not only is Santa coming to town, but the Festival of Trees is coming to town for the 30th year in a row, and it will welcome its one-millionth visitor! From Friday, November 29 to Sunday, December 1, the elves from the Kennedy Krieger Institute will transform the Maryland State Fairgrounds into a winter wonderland complete with decorated trees, a gingerbread town, shopping, holiday activities and entertainment for children of all ages. 

Guests can also share their wish lists with jolly St. Nick on Sunday, December 1 from 8-10 a.m., while enjoying a delicious meal at the popular Breakfast with Santa. At the breakfast, families will have the opportunity to explore the festival before it opens to the public, experience the rides and games in SantaLand, and children will receive a small gift from Santa himself. Tickets for this event can be purchased online. 

Festival of Trees will feature more than 800 uniquely decorated holiday trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses designed by local artists, corporations and schools. While wandering through the winter wonderland, festival-goers will enjoy live entertainment and a visit to SantaLand. Santa’s ultimate theme park includes “reindeer” pony rides, carousel rides, carnival games, a race car simulator ride and a LEGO display, perfect for young engineers and builders. With more than 100 gift boutiques, a raffle and a silent auction, Festival of Trees is a one-stop-shop to check off everything on the holiday gift list. 

Attendees and Institute supporters can also start their own Happy Holidays Fund page to raise money to provide extra support to families and children in need at Kennedy Krieger during the holiday season, and throughout the year. For every $13 raised to support the children and families of the Institute, supporters will receive one free ticket to Festival of Trees. 





Dec
1
Sun
Kennedy Krieger Institute’s 30th Annual Festival of Trees
Dec 1 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Not only is Santa coming to town, but the Festival of Trees is coming to town for the 30th year in a row, and it will welcome its one-millionth visitor! From Friday, November 29 to Sunday, December 1, the elves from the Kennedy Krieger Institute will transform the Maryland State Fairgrounds into a winter wonderland complete with decorated trees, a gingerbread town, shopping, holiday activities and entertainment for children of all ages. 

Guests can also share their wish lists with jolly St. Nick on Sunday, December 1 from 8-10 a.m., while enjoying a delicious meal at the popular Breakfast with Santa. At the breakfast, families will have the opportunity to explore the festival before it opens to the public, experience the rides and games in SantaLand, and children will receive a small gift from Santa himself. Tickets for this event can be purchased online. 

Festival of Trees will feature more than 800 uniquely decorated holiday trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses designed by local artists, corporations and schools. While wandering through the winter wonderland, festival-goers will enjoy live entertainment and a visit to SantaLand. Santa’s ultimate theme park includes “reindeer” pony rides, carousel rides, carnival games, a race car simulator ride and a LEGO display, perfect for young engineers and builders. With more than 100 gift boutiques, a raffle and a silent auction, Festival of Trees is a one-stop-shop to check off everything on the holiday gift list. 

Attendees and Institute supporters can also start their own Happy Holidays Fund page to raise money to provide extra support to families and children in need at Kennedy Krieger during the holiday season, and throughout the year. For every $13 raised to support the children and families of the Institute, supporters will receive one free ticket to Festival of Trees. 





Dec
8
Sun
Breakfast with Santa at Thirsty Dice
Dec 8 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join Thirsty Dice for brunch with Santa on December 8. The brunch buffet will feature house-baked cinnamon rolls and breakfast meats from Halterman Family Country Foods, as well as a hot chocolate bar. Santa will be in the lounge area the length of the event for photos, and will have plenty of candy canes to give out. Tickets for the whole experience are available for $18.





Dec
14
Sat
PJ Party at P.J. Whelihan’s Maple Shade
Dec 14 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Wear your best holiday pajamas on December 14 and celebrate the holidays at P.J. Whelihan’s in Maple Shade. There will be brunch specials and $5 mimosas, complimentary photos with Santa, and lots of fun! Help support Toys for Tots buy bringing any unwrapped toy to donate. The event will be fun for the whole family.





Dec
18
Wed
P.J. Whelihan’s Newtown Square Beer Dinner
Dec 18 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join P.J. Whelihan’s Newtown Square for a four-course dinner from their catering menu. The appetizer will be 5 of PJ’s classic mild wings, followed by homemade beer cheese soup, a 12 oz. cut of prime rib with an au jus infused with lager, fingerling potatoes, and seasonal vegetables, and concluded with a dessert brownie topped with Vanilla Coffee Porter-infused iceman cream and chocolate syrup. PJ’s has team up with Workhorse Brewing Co. to pair each food item with a seasonal craft beer. Workhorse’s brewmaster will also be present to talk about each beer and the brewing process. There will be an appearance from Santa to give away Workhorse merchandise and brewery tours.

Tickets come in pairs for $120 plus a $7 fee.