lemonsLife Hands You Lemons Fundraiser with Ryan Bleaken

In his continuing efforts to raise funds and awareness for the fight against childhood cancer, Ryan Bleaken will host the second annual Life Hands You Lemons fundraising event on Friday, March 10 from 7-10:30 PM at World Café Live. The concert will feature six live bands and a silent auction. Bleaken was inspired to host an event for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) to honor his friend Max Levine, who passed away after battling neuroblastoma.  Max’s family and the family of Max’s friend Matt Schechter, who passed away after battling leukemia, created the M&M Fund to fund research for high risk pediatric cancers through ALSF. Doors open at 6:30 PM, with music starting at 7 PM. The lineup is Native Riff, The Dead Flowers, Stonehaven, Without Lime, Forever Vista and MONKO. The silent auction features items such as art, home cooking and music lessons. For more information, visit the Life Hands You Lemons Facebook event.

 

 

 

flowerThe PHS Philadelphia Flower Show

The 2017 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, Holland: Flowering the World,” will celebrate the beauty and ingenuity of Dutch culture, from vivid flower fields to innovative eco-design, on March 11 to 19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. No other country is as well known for its floral industry as the Netherlands, which fills the world with color. The Philadelphia Flower Show will transport guests to the rainbow landscapes of tulips, hyacinths and daffodils and the cut-flower and bulb markets that have shaped Dutch history. America’s premier floral and garden designers will celebrate facets of Holland’s culture throughout the 10 acres of exhibition halls at the Philadelphia Flower Show, which supports the transformative greening and beautification work of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. The Flower Show will also explore the innovation that has defined Holland’s approach to its unique landscape, from windmills – one of the earliest uses of natural energy – to 21st-century ecodomes and the Dutch Wave movement, which takes a natural and sustainable approach to landscape design. Leading designers from Holland, including Nico Wissing, Bart Hoes, Bart Bresser, and New Jersey-born Carrie Preston, will share their extraordinary floral and garden styles in major exhibits at the Flower Show. For tickets and more information visit: https://theflowershow.com/

 

 

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