EVENT DATE : January 25, 10:00AM
Westminster Presbyterian Church

The Poverty Simulation breaks down stereotypes by allowing participants to step into the real life situations of others. The simulation involves participants who take on the roles of members of up to 26 families, all facing a variety of challenging, but typical, circumstances. Each workshop is free, but a tax-deductible donation of $15 for materials is requested. Phone 610.415.1140.



EVENT DATE : January 25, 7:00PM
West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Lehigh University Men's Ice Hockey A (DI) plays at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. The game is expected to run from 7:25 to 10:25 p.m. Consult LehighSports.com for calendar details. 



EVENT DATE : January 27, 7:30PM
Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre

This recital features Vincent Craig, associate professor of piano at the School of Music in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He was the Frederick Douglass Artist in Residence. He also is music director of the Main Line Unitarian Church in Devon. He directs the West Chester's annual Bach Celebration.



EVENT DATE : January 29, 11:45AM
West Chester University

PRE (Professional Referral Exchange) is a networking group that meets for lunch in West Chester until 1:30 p.m. A main offering is always a business card exchange. Members are asked to give a minimum of two referrals monthly. For more online information, view Facebook.com/PREWestChester.



EVENT DATE : February 4, 5:00PM
Carlino's Specialty Foods

This Meetup is for those who would like to use their Italian language skills and are looking for a casual conversation group with whom to practice. [Questo Meetup sarà per coloro che vorrebbero utilizzare le loro competenze linguistiche in italiano e in cerca di un gruppo di conversazione casuale con cui fare pratica.]



EVENT DATE : February 7, 7:30PM
West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Carlota Santana celebrates fundamental emotions while honoring the individual human spirit inherent in flamenco. A new work by Jose Maldonado explores the notion of personal limits and connections. Reflejos Flamencos includes traditional solos highlighting the dancer’s virtuosic technique and nuanced improvisation, offering a transformative experience of dance and live music. Learn more at Flamenco-Vivo.org.



EVENT DATE : February 8, 8:30PM
Timothy's West Chester Sports Bar

Pushin Time is a high energy band playing songs from many different decades. Lead vocals is Rosalind Rose; lead vocals/percussion is Pat Doyle; lead vocals/guitar is Joe Ruggiero; keys/vocals is Grant Birchard; bass/vocals is Charlie Breuniger; and drums/vocals is John Cassidy. 



EVENT DATE : February 11, 6:00PM
The StreamGeeks

This focus group is for parents with children who play video games. Participants must be willing to fill out a survey to help StreamGeeks understand how parents feel about the changing environment that affects their children, parenting and video gaming. Survey results will be shared by StreamGeeks but individual identities will be kept private. Phone 610.518.2200.



EVENT DATE : February 13, 7:30PM
Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center Arts Center

American Idol finalist Tristan McIntosh creates a stunning portrayal of Linda Ronstadt in the prime of her career. Supported by a superb backing band, Tristan’s formidable vocal talent and stage presence transports guests to a time when Linda Ronstadt ruled the airwaves as one of the most popular female vocalists in popular music history. Get tickets online at App.Arts-People.com.



EVENT DATE : February 14, 1:00PM
Gay Street

The West Chester Borough has signed a bill to ban plastic by July 2020. West Chester Green Team supporters are drawing attention to local examples of litter and plastic pollution. For public awareness, participants will hold large plastic detergent bottles with personal messages about plastic. They also will have hand-outs about why plastic is a problem.



EVENT DATE : February 22, 6:00PM
The Bordley House Grille at Broad Run

This solo show runs from 7-10 p.m., also offering food and drinks in a relaxed, cozy setting. A versatile, acoustic performer, Christine covers country and folk artists, such as Willie Nelson, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Alison Krauss, as well as contemporary artists such as Tom Petty, Carrie Underwood and Jewel. She also performs her own singular compositions. 



EVENT DATE : February 25, 6:30PM
The Original Spence Cafe

Join a gourmet dinner with psychic medium, Nellie Walter. Ticket price includes a three-course dinner, soft drinks, tea or coffee and a presentation from Nellie, who the organizers say is a renowned medium who connects people with their beloved souls that have passed. This cafe is a BYOB restaurant. To reserve a spot, call 610.918.1272, or visit Spence.Cafe.



EVENT DATE : February 26, 6:00PM
Painting with a Twist

All painting supplies and artist instructions are provided; no art experience needed. Bring a favorite bottle of wine or beverage and snacks, and paint along with the instructional artist to create art to take home at the end of the evening. Anyone under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Guest must be 21 years old to consume alcohol.



EVENT DATE : February 29, 6:00PM
Diane Matthews School of Dance Arts

West Chester Dance Works will host this fun night for dancers and their friends, ages 9-18 years. Wear neon colors or white, and dance while a live DJ mixes the hottest beats. West Chester Dance Works is a 501(c)3 nonprofit entity that provides opportunities for all to receive exposure to the many benefits of dance. For more details, call 610.692.3398.