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Get Out: Frost Bite Run, Peter Pan and More

What's going on in Marple Newtown this weekend?

Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these great local events. 

Frost Bite Run - Antique Car Club Rally

  • When: Thursday, Nov. 22 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Where: Thomas Massey House
  • Why Go: Come see the vehicles belonging to the Historical Car Club of Pennsylvania as they assemble for their annual Frostbite Run. See the historic cars, chrome, tailfins and Detroit muscle cars that the participants bring for the run on the grounds of the Massey House. Bring a new unwrapped toy for the "Toys for Tots" collection. 
  • Cost: Free

Lego Mania

  • When: Friday, Nov. 23 from 1 - 3 p.m.
  • Where: Newtown Public Library
  • Why Go: Come build with the librarys huge collection of LEGOs. There will be time for show & tell. For all ages & NO registration required.
  • Cost: Free

Cardinal O'Hara Theater Department presents Peter Pan

  • When: Friday, Nov. 23 - Saturday, Dec. 1
  • Where: Cardinal O’Hara High School
  • Why Go: The Cardinal O’Hara Theater Department presents a fall production of “Peter Pan” on Friday and Saturday, November 23 & 24, Friday & Saturday, November 30 & December 1 at 8 PM and Sunday November 25 at 2 PM. 
  • Cost: $12.00 for evening and $10.00 for matinee performance

Santa's Arrival and Festival of Lights

  • When: Friday, Nov. 23 from 5 - 7 p.m.
  • Where: Delaware County Courthouse 201 W Front St, Media
  • Why Go: The Media Business Authority presents Santa's Arrival and Festival of Lights. Enjoy live entertainment from Makin' Music, the Media Theatre and a special guest before Santa's grand entrance on a Media Fire Company fire truck.
  • Cost: Free 

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