Community Bulletin Board
This page was created to provide information about opportunities and events within the Radnor community. We value these relationships. Should you have any news that may be of interest to RTSD, please email Michael Petitti or Allison Gangl.
Please note: The links listed below may connect you to organizations outside of RTSD website. RTSD its not responsible for the content of these external pages. The listings below are posted as a courtesy to Radnor community groups and are the explicit views and events of the related community group. RTSD does not endorse these views or events in any way.
The Domestic Abuse Project is hosting a Prom Sunday at Nana's Attic Thrift Store (Lawrence Park Shopping Center, Broomall) on Sun., March 31 at 12 p.m. Gowns ($15-$30), shoes, handbags and jewelry will be available.
The store is also accepting donations of new and used prom gowns and accessories.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
DMAX Foundation will host "Finding Strength in Broken Places" on April 24 at The Shipley School (825 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr). Keynote speaker Dr. Lise DeGuire will discuss resilience and hope. Tom Burgoyne, Phillie Phanatic for 30 years, will talk about how love can make a difference in people’s lives. The event will be moderated by Darcy Gruttadaro, Director of the Center for Workplace Mental Health at the American Psychiatric Association.
The VIP Reception, including Phanatic meet and greet, begins at 5:45 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the formal program begins at 7 p.m.
Students can register for free in advance with ID. For additional information and tickets, visit: www.dmaxfoundation.org/events.
July 8-12, 2019 and August 12–16, 2019 at Great Valley High School
AM and PM Sessions available
Get a head start on your college applications and essays by attending the morning or afternoon session of the College Admissions and Essay Boot Camp. This program is hosted by Learning to Lead, an award winning national nonprofit organization. Together with the experts at My Admissions Sherpa we will help you to receive small group and individual instruction on writing a winning admissions essay, compose a resume of activities for your application, complete an application checklist, and compile a list of schools that are a good match for you.
Click here to learn more and to sign up. Start your senior year stress free with having completed all of the above! Program sold out last year. Early Registration is encouraged. Cost is $525 and Early Bird Pricing is currently available ($450).
Teen Learning Community presents the 12th Annual Student Fashion & Design Show on Sun., May 19 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at Main Line Art Center. The event will feature live music and refreshments. The event is open to students from all local schools. To register, contact Radnor High School student Abby Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Mary Brown at email@example.com.
All proceeds benefit the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America.
Flyer art created by Radnor High School students Grace Yang.
Attention Harry Potter fans! Radnor Township is hosting a Wizarding Camp for children ages 6-14 from Aug. 5-9 at Hill Top Preparatory School. Register now to enjoy a week of wizarding that will include quidditch, herbology, potions, charms and much more!
The Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest at Villanova University asks "How Do We Participate in Democracy?" The community is invited to Part II: The Power of Everyday Life on Tues., April 9 from 6-8 p.m. in the Driscoll Auditorium.
RSVP at lepage.villanova.edu.
Make a Website Using HTML/CSS
March 30 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
3220 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19104
Designing Mobile Apps
April 6 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
100 E Penn Square, 11th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
SQL and Databases
April 13 from 1-4 p.m.
901 Clifton Ave., Sharon Hill, PA 19079
Computer Programming with C++
April 20 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
1925 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122
To register, visit www.techgirlz.org/techshopz.
Registration for the Spring Flag Football season is happening now. And spots will fill up quickly.
The season is run by Flag Star Football, a Sunday-only, K-8th grade (boys and girls) league with two goals: get better and have fun. No screaming coaches, no midweek practices - just fun, teamwork and some fresh air on a Sunday afternoon. It’s organized, it’s active and it’s run by a super positive set of coaches and referees.
This is a league for everyone – boys and girls, athletes and bookworms – and is committed to full inclusion (financial aid available). You can register for the league here, find out more about times/locations here, or e-mail David Osei (the league’s founder) at David@Flagstarphilly.com with any other questions.
Registration closes in March.
Winter Storytimes: Little Steps Storytimes (Ages 1-2), Preschool Storytime (Ages 3-5), Mother Goose on the Loose (Ages Birth-12 Months), Big Steps Storytime (Ages 2-3).
Other events include: Parent & Me Pilates Fusion, Tail Waggin' Tutors, Art Explorers, Life-Sized Candy Land, Family Movie Day and Gaming Afternoon, Book Bites Club, Family Recycling Workshop, and Magician Ran'D Shine.
For more information visit www.radnorlibrary.org.
Programs include Girls Who Code Club, Pal-entine's Day Party, ACT vs. SAT, Great Stories Club, and Teen Tech Week March 4-8: Sphero Raceway, Drone Demo, Ready Player One, Stop Motion Animation, and Green Screen Photobooth.
Radnor Day Camp is a 6-week summer camp for children entering grades 1 through 9*. Early Bird Pricing is in effect until February 1, 2019! Fr more information about the camp and how to register, please click here.
*Students entering grades 7-9 would participate in the Leadership in Training portion of camp. Please click here for information.
Girls Take Charge is a hands on leadership and empowerment program to help girls to become stronger self-advocates and values based team leaders. In the past 13 years this award winning program has inspired and educated over 6,000 girls. Girls Take Charge is open to girls who are current 4th – 8th graders. More information can be found at girlstakecharge.org.
With Girl Scouts, the possibilities are endless with what a girl can do! If you are interested or would like to find troops in your area, check out this flyer and visit www.gsep.org/join to find a recruitment event near you. Girls in grades K-12 and interested adults are invited to attend and learn more.