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Creative Conversations with Artist, Peter Van Dyke

Cheltenham Center For The Arts, 439 Ashbourne Road, Cheltenham Township, PA, 19012, United States

Thank you to all who participated in our Critique Day series with visiting artists which was started in 2019 at Cheltenham Art Center. A new series is launching this February 25, 2024, now called Creative Conversations (CC). Our CC continues to be a wonderful opportunity to meet with artists who work in various mediums and talk about the joys, struggles, questions, inspirations, and technical issues all artists confront in our creative journey. There are opportunities to share your work and receive sensitive and constructive feedback. This series is not designed as a lecture, but rather an exciting opportunity for artists


Rethinking our Connection to Fossil Fuels: A Discussion

Online event

Many of our traditional ideas and practices need to be reconsidered to facilitate the swift transition away from fossil fuels to clean energy. We will consider the impact of our built environment, transportation, the natural environment, food, our stuff, disinformation, and individual actions on carbon pollution. We will rethink more sustainable practices that are more consistent with our values. Our goal is to give every participant actionable information that they can incorporate into their lives right now. Pre-registration is required. Please visit Riverbend’s website for more information and to register. The Zoom link for the workshop will be provided via


Trees for the Future

Morris Arboretum & Gardens 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, United States

Henrik Sjöman, Scientific Curator, Gothenburg Botanical Garden, is coming to Philadelphia to share his groundbreaking research on trees -- which tree types grow best where, and why. His new book, Trees for the Future, stimulates a whole new language around tree selection and will lead to more informed decisions about choosing trees for location and function. This will ensure more positive outcomes for trees and richer treescapes in our city! This program is being presented jointly by the Morris Arboretum & Gardens and Chanticleer, A Pleasure Garden. Registrants will have the additional option to purchase a book and have it

Pizzas, Pints, and Plug-ins: An Electric Evening of EV Learning

Riverbend Environmental Education Center 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA, United States

Join the Main Line Carbon Pollution Reduction Initiative (MLCPRI) at Riverbend’s Snider Barn to educate yourself on the pros and cons of switching to an electric vehicle (EV). This volunteer-led workshop and panel discussion will provide you with helpful tips on shopping for an EV, finding and using incentives, and will feature Lower Merion residents who have already made the switch to an EV. Enjoy a pint and a slice while you learn from your neighbors and engage in helpful conversations. Pre-registration is required. Please visit Riverbend’s website for more information and to register. Pizza, beer and wine will be