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December 10 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
  3:00PM Sustainability: Water, Urban Growth, & Biodiversity Series.  Richard Weller, “Designing a Planet- for better or worse?”  Details and Registration
     
December 11   Athenaeum Closed.
     
December 16 9:30AM Tour of Costuming The Crown at Winterthur Museum and Library. Details and Registration
  2:30PM Le Cercle Francophone d’Histoire. Schedule and Topics
     
December 24-25   Closed for Christmas
     
December 30 2:30PM Le Cercle Francophone d’Histoire. Schedule and Topics
     
January 6 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: The World of Merchant Ivory - Heat and Dust  Additional Information
     
January 8 6:00PM Building Philadelphia: Alexander Garvin, The Heart of the City: Creating Vibrant Downtown for a new Century.   Additional Information
     
January 9   Structure & Purpose: The Legacy of Engineering at Keast & Hood  exhibition opens. Additional Information
     
January 14 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
     
January 16 12:00PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Zentangles with Marie Simons. Eventbrite Registration
     
January 20   Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
     
January 21 3:00PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Opera Philadelphia- Verdi's Requiem (Talk)  Additional Information
     
January 22 3:00PM Crucial Conversations: Jason DeParle,  "A Good Provider is One Who Leaves"  Additional Information
     
January 23 12:00PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Zentangles with Marie Simons.  Eventbrite Registration
     
January 24 12:00 PM Crucial Conversations: Brown Bag Conversation  (Jason DeParle,  "A Good Provider is One Who Leaves")
     
January 26 2:00PM Author Talks: Marie Benedict, Lady Clementine. Additional Information
     
January 27 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: The World of Merchant Ivory - A Room With A View  Additional Information
  2:30PM Le Cercle Francophone d’Histoire. Schedule and Topics
     
January 30 12:00PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Zentangles with Marie Simons.  Eventbrite Registration
  5:30PM Therese Dolan, "A Moveable Feast: French Influences on Pennsylvania Impressionism"
     
February 3 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: The World of Merchant Ivory - Howards End  Additional Information
     
February 4 6:00PM Rev. Dr. Nathan C. Walker,  "Political Contempt and Religion"  Additional Information
     
February 5 12:00 PM Crucial Conversations: Brown Bag Conversation  (Rev. Dr. Nathan C. Walker,  "Political Contempt and Religion")
     
February 6 3:00PM Seeking Athena: Women’s Inspiration and Wisdom: Holly A. Crocker, “Virtues that Matter: from Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women to Shakespeare’s Hamlet”  Additional Information
  5:30PM Author Talks: Pam Jenoff, The Lost Girls Of ParisAdditional Information
     
February 7 5:00-7:00PM First Friday: Architectural Toys-The Building Blocks of Inspiration. Free.
     
February 10 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: The World of Merchant Ivory - The White Countess  Additional Information
  2:30PM Le Cercle Francophone d’Histoire. Schedule and Topics
     
February 11 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
     
February 12 5:30PM Crucial Conversations: Lauren Cristella, "Champion Local Democracy"  Additional Information
     
February 13 11:00AM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Tour of Impressionism to Modernism at the Michener Art Museum.  Additional Information
     
February 14 12:00 PM Crucial Conversations: Brown Bag Conversation  (Lauren Cristella, "Champion Local Democracy" )
     
February 17   Closed for Presidents' Day
     
February 18  3:00 PM World Shapers & Visionaries: Alan Gallay, “Walter Raleigh and the Origins of the English Empire”  Additional Information
     
February 21 6:00PM Allegro Presents: Chamber Music Series.  "From Vivaldi to Eleanor Rigby" Additional Information
     
February 24 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
February 27 5:30PM Seeking Athena: Women’s Inspiration and Wisdom: Nancy Moses, Fakes, Forgeries, and Frauds.   Additional Information
     
March 2 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
March 4 10:00AM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: What’s Your Story? A Memoir Writing Class with Lynn Rosen   Eventbrite Registration
     
March 5 5:30PM Gallery Talk: Izzy Kornblatt of Keast & Hood will discuss the exhibition Structure & Purpose: The Legacy of Engineering at Keast & Hood   Additional Information
     
March 6 5:00-7:00PM First Friday: Structure & Purpose: The Legacy of Engineering at Keast & Hood   Additional Information
     
  6:00PM Allegro Presents: Chamber Music Series.  "Across the Centuries: From Bach to Ravel" Additional Information
     
March 9 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
March 10 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
     
March 11 5:30 PM Crucial Conversations: Jen Manion, "What is the Purpose of Punishment?" Additional Information
     
March 12 3:00PM Seeking Athena: Women’s Inspiration and Wisdom: Catherine Kerrison, Jefferson’s Daughters  Additional Information
     
March 13 12:00 PM Crucial Conversations: Brown Bag Conversation  (Jen Manion, "What is the Purpose of Punishment?")
     
March 16 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
March 18 10:00AM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: What’s Your Story? A Memoir Writing Class with Lynn Rosen   Eventbrite Registration
     
March 17 6:00PM Seeking Athena: Women’s Inspiration and Wisdom:  Molly Lester, "Preserving Minerva: (Re)Discovering the Work of Architect Minerva Parker Nichols"  Additional Information
     
March 23 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
March 26 5:30PM The Liberty of The Ballot: Ann D. Gordon, "Citizenship & Suffrage: Lessons from the Movement for Woman Suffrage"  Additional Information
     
March 30 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
April 1 10:00AM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: What’s Your Story? A Memoir Writing Class with Lynn Rosen   Eventbrite Registration
     
April 2 6:00 PM World Shapers & Visionaries: Leo Damrosch, The Club: Johnson, Boswell, and the Friends Who Shaped An Age Additional Information
     
April 3 5:00-7:00PM First Friday: Pop-up Gallery, Artist Michele Foster Lucas.  Free
     
April 6 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
April 10   Closed for Good Friday
     
April 13 5:30PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities:  Shakespeare in Love with Cole Porter with Steven B. King  Eventbrite Registration
     
April 14 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
     
April 15 10:00AM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: What’s Your Story? A Memoir Writing Class with Lynn Rosen   Additional Information
     
April 17 11:00AM The Liberty of The Ballot: Brandywine River Art Museum, Tour of Votes for Women Exhibition.   Additional Information
     
April 21 2:00PM Engaging Art and Literature: Immersion Opportunities: Opera Philadelphia- Madame Butterfly (Talk)  Additional Information
     
April 22   205th Annual Meeting.  Save The Date
     
April 27 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: Political Parables - Shampoo  Additional Information
     
May 1 5:00-7:00PM First Friday: Hand Fan Collection.  Free.
     
May 4 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: Political Parables -  Being There  Additional Information
     
May 5 2:30PM Society Hill- Hot and Healthy: Dr. Bidi McSorley, "Mindfulness Meditation: An Antidote for Today’s Anxious World."   Additional Information
     
May 7 5:30 PM World Shapers & Visionaries: Diana Schaub, “Booker T. Washington and the Lessons of Lincoln” Additional Information
     
May 11 2:00PM At The Movies With Carrie Rickey: Political Parables -  Election  Additional Information
     
May 12 11:00AM Socrates Cafe Discussion Group.  RSVP to Gil Feinberg at gsfesq@verizon.net
     
May 13 5:30PM Building Philadelphia: Thom Nickels, Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Real Life StoriesAdditional Information
     
May 15 11:00AM Building Philadelphia: Tour of Historic Strawberry Mansion.  Additional Information
     
May 18 6:00PM Allegro Presents: Chamber Music Series.  "Meeting of the Minds: Improv and Avant Garde" Additional Information
     
May 20 3:00 PM World Shapers & Visionaries: Andrea Barnet, “Change-makers: Four Visionary Women who Made a Difference” Additional Information
     
May 25   Closed for Memorial Day
     
May 27 6:00PM The Liberty of The Ballot: Richard Bell, Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and Their Astonishing Odyssey Home.  Additional Information
     
June 4 5:30PM The Liberty of The Ballot: Bettye Collier-Thomas, “In Politics to Stay: African American Women and the Vote”  Additional Information