Featured Events November
Take a look at the perks of the Park! These exclusive events are just for Rydal Park residents. Here’s a few highlights for the month.
BAZAAR IS BACKA signature Rydal Park event, the annual Bazaar again transforms our first floor into a merry marketplace — with dozens of residents staging an afternoon of fantastic food, phenomenal bargains and good, old-fashioned fun.
TRIPLE THE TALENTThe Naumburg Competition is one of the oldest and most prestigious music competitions in the world. Three past winners — a violinist, a cellist and a pianist — perform as The Naumburg Trio, presenting a concert of Beethoven, Schoenfield and the trio’s own cellist, Clancy Newman.
MUSIC FROM TEMPLE U.Internationally acclaimed Temple University Professor of Strings Dr. Vladimir Dyo returns to Rydal Park to present a concert of piano and violins by Temple music students.
ANNE FRANK, REMEMBEREDHistorian and presenter Diane Steinbrink presents, “Remembering Anne Frank 90 Years Later,” tracing the story of this World War II icon and revealing the powerful impact this youth still has today.
LESSONS OF GERMANTOWNAfter World War I, Germantown emerged as an incubator for public history, making historic preservation more meaningful through incorporating ethnic history, postwar urban planning and civil rights. Author David Young discusses his book, “Battles of Germantown: Effective Public History in America,” revealing how this unique area used the past to benefit the future.
SEASON’S SPROUTINGSMeadowbrook Farm is a jewel in the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s crown. Director Jenny Rose Carey returns to Rydal Park to share horticultural insights on “Cool Plants for the Cold Months,” discussing the most beautiful and surprising autumn/winter plantings of our region.
THE CRITIC, ON CRITICSIn his “Everyone’s a Critic” presentation, Bill Wine — the king of reviewers — explores the critical process, what movie critics do and how they function, plus strange-but-true facts about the life of a movie reviewer. It ain’t as easy as it looks! In addition to sharing insights on a critic’s life, Wine will field questions and discussion on today’s movie landscape.
- Bucks County Playhouse “Once”
- The Philly Pops
- The Philadelphia Orchestra
- Neshaminy Mall
- Act II Playhouse
- Walnut Street Theatre
- And many more!