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There are some terrific things to do around town, we'll share some of them here and remember you can add events to our calendar.

Talented young artists to be featured at Oxford's First Friday event

With the Oxford Arts Alliance Gallery debuting its annual student art show and sale, the First Friday event in Oxford on June 7 is focusing on young local artists in a variety of ways. “I’m really excited about our line up for June and expect it to be one of our best yet,” said Melissa Pacella

Community is invited to playground opening at Anson B. Nixon Park

A new playground at Anson B. Nixon Park will be formally opened on June 2 at 1 p.m. The 106-acre park in Kennett Square is opening the first phase of the playground after the Longwood Rotary Club stepped forward

Learn about aviation at the New Garden Flying Field this weekend

If you have a young person in your house who's fascinated by airplanes – or if you just want to explore the New Garden Flying Field for yourself – you have a chance this weekend during the facility's annual open house.

Gerald Harris paints the 'Lost Highway' of Route 41

For 15 years, Gerald Harris of Toughkenamon was the go-to guy at Mr. Mulch, a main supplier of soil, mulch, gravel and stones to businesses and homeowners throughout southern Chester County.

Hagley Museum hosts Bike and Hike

When the summer starts heating up, visitors can cool down at Hagley Museum and Library during Bike and Hike, every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. in July and August. The 235-acre riverside landscape offers a shady retreat for walkers, hikers and bikers.

Summer discovery program at Nottingham County Park

This summer, Nottingham County Park is offering an educational activity series for ages 7 to 13. Sessions are 6 to 8 p.m., unless noted. The cost is $8 per session ($40 for all six).
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