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One of my favorite books to read with my daughter is “Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave”. The author and illustrator, Jessica Hische, is a lettering artist who has done work for Wes Anderson, Starbucks and Tiffany & Co. Her design and typography choices are bright, boldly colorful and whimsical - all of which helps keep this tired Mom from yawning over every word while we’re reading before bed. 

But more so, it’s the message that has me hooked. Each page of the book encourages the reader to be adventurous, smart and brave (among other aspirations) but it also reassures that if you weren’t able to be these things today, tomorrow is another shot.

This past year has definitely had an impact on my mental health (as I’m sure many of you can relate). There have been many days where I don’t feel strong and brave, I feel tired and scared. But, it’s on these days specifically where I make sure we read this book. It’s a message about possibilities for children, but it also reminds me to be kind to myself and try again tomorrow. Here is the verse I can now recite by heart, perhaps it will help your tomorrows too. 

Tomorrow I’ll be all the things
I tried to be today…
& Brave
And if I wasn’t one of them, I know that it’s okay. Tomorrow I’ll be all these things or at least I’ll try my best. 


We take your health to heart. 

Main Line Health supports
February’s Heart Month!

The Lankenau Heart Institute, part of Main Line Health, provides the full continuum of heart care that patients want and need. From prevention and diagnosis to treatment, rehabilitation and management, Main Line Health understands the importance of not putting off your heart care or treatment. You can feel confident trusting your heart health to the region’s most trusted team of cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons in one of the top-performing cardiovascular programs in the region.

Join us throughout the month of February for a variety of virtual events featuring cardiologists from our newest location: Main Line Health King of Prussia. Programs will feature topics such as healthy eating, how genetics impacts your risk for heart disease, as well as the impact of sleep apnea on your heart.

For more information or to register for an upcoming virtual event, please visit: mainlinehealth.org or call 1.888.876.8764.

Children’s Book World
17 Haverford Station Rd., Haverford

An independent, full-service children’s bookstore bringing together parents and children, teachers and classmates, authors and illustrators and above all, stories and imagination for over 21 years. 

Cathy’s Half Price Books 
1305 West Chester Pike, Havertown

A Booklover’s Paradise with over 60,000 60,000 titles in stock from new releases to gently used contemporary and hard to find titles, author backlogs, kid’s books and school reading. 

Wellington Square Bookshop
549 Wellington Square, Exton

A multi-award winning emporium filled with a carefully curated library of new, used and rare books plus lots of nooks & crannies to curl up, relax and read.

Reads & Company
234 Bridge St., Phoenixville

A community-minded independent bookstore with expertly curated inventory, diversity selections, author events plus featured picks from members of the Phoenixville community including the Mayor, teachers and students. 

Main Point Books
116 N. Wayne Avenue, Wayne

An indie bookstore with the simple goal of providing a forum to talk about, discover and promote great books. 

Collagen is the most abundant protein in a human or animal body. Although there are numerous types, types I, II, & III are most prevalent in our tissues. While type II is generally mentioned for its role in joint health, types I & III are targeted for skin, hair & nail growth. Due to it declining with age as early as late teens and its multifunction role, it’s no surprise that supplementing with collagen has become popular.

Collagen comes in several different forms which may be derived from bovine, porcine, chicken, or marine (usually fish) sources. They are easily assimilated into our bodies and tissues to improve skin hydration & elasticity, strengthen hair & decrease joint pain & recovery time after exercise. The 3 main forms found in supplements are hydrolyzed, peptides and gelatin, with peptides showing the highest absorption and therefore effectiveness. Powdered forms generally produce better results compared to capsules as the dosage is higher per serving and is more comparable to dosages used in studies (g not mg). Collagen is easily incorporated into a shake, water, milk or milk substitute, and rarely produces side effects or drug interactions.

Contact Lionville Natural Pharmacy to set up a consultation or learn more about collagen options.
Call 610-363-7474 or visit lionrx.com.


Valentine’s Virtual Wine Tasting
Friday, February 12th
7:00 PM
Benefiting Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia

Featuring exclusive, premium wine from award winning Martinelli Vineyards. Enjoy sips and sweets as a Martinelli family member guides you through a live, interactive, educational tasting. RSVP

Philly JCC: No-Bake Cookie Class
Sunday, February 14th
1:00 PM

Sign up your littles for a yummy virtual no-bake cookie class! Each Little Chef’s Culinary Kit includes every tool & ingredient needed, plus fun surprises (frosting/fluff option for nut allergies available as well). Kits will need to be picked up the week prior at the Kaiserman JCC. Spots are limited.

Phoenixville Women’s Outreach: Love Dinner
Sunday, February 14th 
Pick-up between 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
First Presbyterian Church
145 Main St, Phoenixville

Fundraising Event benefiting Phoenixville Women's Outreach. Leave the cooking to someone else and enjoy a special Valentine’s Day Dinner of spaghetti and meatballs, salad, dinner rolls, a bottle of wine and chocolate! 100% of proceeds will go towards the work to support homeless and low-income women in the Phoenixville area. Make your reservations by
Wed. Feb. 10th.

Private Play Day - Valentine’s Theme
Lulu’s Casita
6 Cricket Avenue, Ardmore 

Grab your quarantine bubble and schedule a private play date during the week or on Sunday leading up to Valentine’s Day. Includes two hours exclusive use of the facility, snacks and refreshments for the kiddos, a Valentine’s craft and cute backdrop for pictures. Groups will be limited up to 12 kids. 

Parks Pop-Up Indoor Restaurant
Wednesday - Friday: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Fairmount Horticulture Center
100 N Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia

Brought to you by the Parks on Tap team, the Parks Pop-Up Restaurant offers the perfect place for an afternoon or evening out with fresh food, local beers on tap, wine, hot beverages and family friendly entertainment like outdoor scavenger hunts and live music. The 30,000 square foot unique indoor space provides a lush greenhouse environment with ample space for social distancing. Reservations are required.

Indoor Mini Golf
Through March 12th 
9:00AM - 5:00PM Daily (Last time to begin golfing is at 4:00 PM)
Linvilla Orchards
137 West Knowlton Road, Media

Linvilla Orchard’s Fore! The Planet is a highly interactive and playful museum exhibit created by the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Featuring 18 unique educational holes that explore butterfly metamorphosis, a tropical rainforest, evolution, dinosaur extinction, food chains, and more. Perfect for kids of all ages, the entire family will enjoy playing miniature golf while learning about the environment. 

Sesame Place 40th Birthday Drive-Thru
Through February 24th
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
100 Sesame Road, Langhorne

Drive through bright and colorful birthday scenes, listen to energetic tracks from the popular Neighborhood Birthday Party Parade, and wave to furry Sesame Street friends dressed in their birthday best! Timed tickets are required in advance.
 Visit Main Line Health King of Prussia today for primary care, specialty care, women’s care, imaging & more.

Follow the confessions and confrontations that unfold over
late-night Zooms in this original web series from People's Light.

Episode1 begins streaming
March 1st only at PeoplesLight.org.
Holiday Dinner Package
Back By Popular Demand!

Order early as limited orders
will be available.

Call today to order

Tasty Table
10 Leopard Road, Berwyn
The Baldwin School develops bright, talented girls into confident, accomplished women with vision, global understanding and the determination to make enduring contributions to the world.


Stretch back the the years with
Stretch Zone.

Get your free 30 minute
stretch today!

Stretch Zone
Discover Friends’ Central at a virtual info session, March 3 and April 7 at 9 am. Spring Open House on April 20 at 9:30 am.

Friends' Central
 The science is real. 
Masks slow the spread of COVID-19. 

The leading healthcare systems in the
tri-state area — and more than two thousand hospitals
nation-wide — ask you
to mask up. 

Learn more at everymaskup.com


Trail Tuesdays - Weekly Walks in the Park
Tuesday, February 9th
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Valley Forge Park (Temporary Visitor Center)
510 North Outer Line Drive, King Of Prussia 

Walk, talk and get healthy!  A weekly walking groups that meets every Tuesday for all fitness levels. Dogs and strollers welcome, face masks and social distancing are recommended.

Philadelphia Folksong Society: Cabin Fever Fest
February 20th - 21st 
Starting at 10:00 AM
Virtual Event

Cabin Fever Fest is a celebration of music to digitally come together during these difficult winter months of isolation. Like the Philadelphia Folk Festival, it will feature unforgettable original performances from international headliners to local talent as well as music workshops and performance opportunities all from the comfort of your home. 

Get Outside! Tips for Finding Hiking and Hidden Nature in the Delaware Valley
Sunday, February 21st
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Morris Arboretum Virtual Class

Join Lori Litchman, the author of 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Philadelphia, for a talk about the best spots to get outside in the Delaware Valley. The selected trails will transport you to scenic overlooks, wildlife hot spots, and historical settings to help renew your spirit and recharge your body. 
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