Monthly Archives: February 2013

A Delicious Event – Book Reading and Signing with Dana Bate

loveSaturday, Feb. 23rd, 5pm

Join us for a Book Reading and Signing with author Dana Bate. Dana’s new book, The Girls’ Guide to Love and Supper Clubs, is a charming, romantic comedy. A perfect story to warm your heart during these cold February days. Books will be available to purchase. 

Make it a Girls’ Night Out and join us for this special event. Bubbly and sweet treats will be provided. Time to sit back and enjoy.
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The Spiral Salon – Thurs, Feb 21st 7pm



The Spiral Salon – Thursday, February 21st, 7pm 

Join us for our upcoming Spiral Salon featuring two local authors, a local artist, and a local musician!

We created The Spiral Salon to showcase a variety of talent and to create an enjoyable and inclusive space for like-minded folks. This casual gathering is a way for you to mingle and experience the creativity that this area has to offer. Light refreshments will be provided.

Our line-up includes:
Elliott Ridenour – author
Daniel DiFranco – author
Katie O’Connor – artist
Neon and Shy – music
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Dead Bards of Philadelphia Open Poetry Night

Friday, October 11th, 730pm-930pm

A relaxed engagement for those with a love of language and poetry. Bring your own poems to share, and/or poems of your favorite authors. Meet & greet begins at 7:30pm, readings at 8:00pm.  (Join our meetup group.)

First Friday – Local Artist R. Noel Shaak

The Inventions of R. Noel Shaak


Friday, February 1st, 6pm – 9pm

For the next First Friday in Manayunk, we are happy to feature local artist R. Noel Shaak. We are hosting a reception to launch the month-long showing of Shaak’s brilliant and intricate creations. All pieces will be available to purchase.
–Take a glimpse at his portfolio here.

Refreshments will be provided. Come on out and support local talent!

Artist Bio:
I am an artist and illustrator in Philadelphia. My drawings are a journey of discovery fueled by the riches of the earth and the anticipation of a new beginning. My work is guided by my belief that the world’s vast expanse of diversity is the truest sense of ‘surrealism’ and often the more bizarre, the more beautiful; I explore this concept and stretch found and imagined realities into new, incredibly detailed worlds for reflection and contemplation.
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