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.
On Saturday, November 2, during Special Olympics Pennsylvania’s Fall Festival at Villanova University, students will host a Young Athletes Exhibition from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Exchange at Bartley Hall. The Young Athletes Exhibition teaches children ages 2-7 a series of different sports related skills and the importance of inclusion and teamwork at an early age. Click here to learn more/register.
Special Olympics Pennsylvania’s Fall Festival is hosted and organized by Villanova University students and is the largest annual student-run Special Olympics event in the world. For one weekend each year, Villanova University opens its campus up to more than 1,000 athletes and coaches, and 6,000 volunteers from the Villanova Student Body, surrounding community, and corporations. Athletes compete in a total of six Olympic-type sports including bocce, long distance running, powerlifting, roller skating, soccer and volleyball.
Radnor Educational Foundation invites all RTSD families to A Day at the Movies on Tuesday, November 5, 1 p.m. at the Radnor Middle School auditorium. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $5/person.
Note: This is a Teacher In-Service Day (K-12). Event information here.
Fall Storytimes: Toddler Storytimes (Ages 1-2), Preschool Storytime (Ages 3-5), Mother Goose on the Loose (Ages Birth-12 Months)
Other events include: Tail Waggin' Tutors, Kite-Making Workshop, Kids Yoga Class, Author Visits, Book Bites Club, STEM Programs, and Animal Programs.
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.