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The default Calendar View is set to Month and displays only the Township Meeting Calendar and Township Events Calendar. Below you may choose a different view by selecting either List, Week or Month. You may also choose a specific Calendar or multiple Calendars by selecting them in the drop-down menu on the right. After you check the box for the Calendar(s) you wish to view, please click on Search. To refine your search, select a start date, end date or any search term, then select All Calendars and click on Search. You may subscribe to calendar notifications by clicking on the Notify Me® button, and you will automatically be alerted when a new event is submitted. Community Events may be submitted by clicking on the Submit an Event button.

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Township Meeting Calendar

  1. CANCELLED - Citizens Communications Council Meeting

    April 9, 2019, 6:30 PM @ Radnorshire Room


    Click here to view the Citizens Communications Council Agendas and Minutes

    Meeting videos may be viewed on the Township YouTube Channel

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Community Calendar

  1. Town Hall Event at Villanova University: How do you participate in Democracy? The Power of Everyday Life

    April 9, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Free event and free parking

    How do we participate in democracy in our everyday lives? A unique "un-panel" conversation featuring historians and scholars, moderated by Chris Satullo, former Vice President of WHYY news and civic dialogue. Bring your ideas. Share your experiences. Learn from experts and fellow audience members and be a part of this interesting, dynamic event!

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  2. Excavating Memory: Architecture & Home, by Elizabeth Mosier

    April 9, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Radnor Memorial Library

    In Mosier’s new book, Excavating Memory, archaeology is used as a framework to explore personal material, including her mother’s memory loss, the layering of shared experience in creating family or community narratives, and the role artifacts play in historical memory. Her talk will explore heirlooms and everyday objects as material evidence, indicating who we are and how we live. Novelist and essayist Elizabeth Mosier logged 1,000 volunteer hours processing colonial-era artifacts at Philadelphia’s Independence National Historical Park Archaeology Laboratory to write Excavating Memory: Archaeology & Home (New Rivers Press, 2019). A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, her nonfiction has been selected as notable in Best American Essays and appears widely in journals and newspapers including The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Poets & Writers. Co-sponsored by Radnor Historical Society & RML. Refreshments will be served.

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