Monday, February 11, 2013
The weekend exhibit at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center included over 60 animatronic dinosaurs.
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center played host to the "Discover the Dinosaurs" exhibit over the weekend, treating guests to an up-close look at more than 60 animatronic dinosaur displays and various other games and activites. Patch stopped by to snap a few Jurassic-era photos, so check out our gallery above! Did we catch you in our lens?
The G-Riders charitable cycling team kicked off their 2013 fundraising campaign at Penguin's Pub on Saturday night.
The G-Riders charitable cycling team kicked off their 2013 fundraising season with a boom on Saturday night, hosting their annual "Cheers Charity" event at Penguin's Pub in Warminster. All benefits from the fundraiser are donated to various local and national charities, including the Irish Pub Daniel Faulkner Fund, the National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, the Indian Creek Foundation and the American Diabetes Foundation. To date, the team has raised over $70,000 for their respective charities. To read more on the G-Riders' "Cheers Charity" event, as well as an overall look at the team, check out Gerry Dungan's feature by clicking here. Otherwise, check out our gallery above, and if you were there, feel free to add your own photos by …
Monday, January 21, 2013
A pre-show look at some of the vehicles the 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show has to offer.
Monday, January 21
Patch photographer Kristen McMaster, along with Abington Patch Editor Mischa Arnosky, participated in Friday morning's media-only sneak peek of the 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show, which featured a vast array of vehicles ranging from exotic to domestic. The end result? The beautiful gallery above, showcasing all the automotive innovation that 2013 has to offer. Check out the above gallery, and see if your favorite car was captured in our lens. For additional photos, as well as detailed info on the show, check out Mischa Arnosky's recap by clicking here. The 2013 Pennsylvania Auto Show will continue to run through Sunday, January 27. For hours of operation and ticket availability, visit www.phillyautoshow.com.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
About 300 guests participated in the kickoff for the 22nd annual multicultural event, coming April 20 to North Penn High School
While the 22nd annual International Spring Festival brings its multicultural flair to North Penn High School on April 20, the kickoff event Thursday at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School previewed what to expect at the ethnic and cultural celebration in diversity. Planning Committee Co-Chair Tom Meyer told The Reporter that the kickoff event lets sponsors know that the festival is happening again, and lets new sponsors and new volunteers sign on for a chance to be part of the festival. Click through our photo gallery to get a taste of what the kickoff event and dinner offered to participants and sponsors.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Visitors were treated to the sights of exotic animals and tables featuring various pet novelties.
The expo center in Oaks played host to the Greater Philadelphia Pet Expo over the weekend, as visitors were treated to the sights of exotic animals and tables featuring various pet novelties. Patch photographer Kristen McMaster spent her Saturday taking in all of the sights and sounds, so if you were unable to make your way to Oaks, Patch has you covered. Check out our gallery, which features tigers, lizards, snakes, dogs, cats and much, much more. As always, if you have photos of your own, feel free to add them by hitting the upload button!
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Area youth take to the basketball floor at Eagleville Elementary School.
The Audubon Recreation Association hosts children as young as 4 (pre-kindergarten) each week with both instruction and competitive leagues of basketball. The youth face off throughout the week at both Woodland and Eagleville elementary schools. This weekend, Patch checked out some of the games in the instructional (age 7 to 8) league at Eagleville. The black Gonzoga team took on the light blue North Carolina Tarheels. Games in the instructional league are not scored, and are designed to teach youth the fundementals of the sport. Coaches volunteer their time. For more in formation on the basketball season or the ARA's coming spring baseball and softball leagues, visit the ARA website.