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Bosch Films, in association with Kreate Productions and the Sam’s Spoons Foundation, will present a premiere screening of “The Monster Inside Me” at the Bryn Mawr Theater in Bryn Mawr on Wednesday, April 27. This red carpet event kicks off at 6pm with awards, a premiere screening of the documentary, followed by a Q&A with the film’s director and producer, and an autograph session with Christa Nannos, author of “Tick Tock, It’s Lyme O’Clock”.
The special event benefits the Sam’s Spoons Foundation, which helps ease the financial burden for families and individuals battling Lyme disease in Pennsylvania and raises awareness of the importance of prevention.
Tickets, which cost $10, are available for the Bryn Mawr screening via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-monster-inside-me-at-bryn-mawr-film-institute- tickets-300250245567.
“The Monster Inside Me” is a powerful documentary that follows a couple who boldly turn the camera on themselves to reveal an intimate and innovative perspective on Lyme disease. They take the viewer on an emotional journey behind this misunderstood chronic disease and controversial pandemic that affects more than 150 million people worldwide. Over the past decade, Pennsylvania has led the country with the highest number of reported cases of Lyme disease, accounting for more than 30% of all cases in the US. 20 of May.
“Our film explores the vulnerability of victims of Lyme disease. It follows the human story of families impacted by day-to-day cruelty with this neglected disease,” said filmmakers Tony Silva and Frances Cecilia. “In addition to educating the public, we aim to champion this cause around the world. It should be seen by those who suffer and by those who don’t know anything about it, as well as educating the public, on a global scale,” said producers Hill Harper and Paull Cho. To view a trailer, visit https://www.themonsterinsideme.com.
Main Line Today announces the return of Ladies Night Out this month
Ladies can prepare to sip, shop and support small local businesses on the return of Main Line Today’s Ladies Night Out, presented by AME Salon & Spa from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, Wednesday, April 27, at Ellis Preserve Ballroom , 3821 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square.
Attendees can enjoy an evening of fashion, beauty, food, drink and entertainment, with dozens of vendors with a special focus on the region’s female business community.
Tonight, once a year, will spotlight women-owned stores, boutiques and retail lounges, as well as other small businesses, mainline and western suburbs. This year’s highlights include a fashion show and live music, plus hair, makeup and beauty tips from Ame Salon & Spa, lingerie from Bra Spectrum and amazing apparel for sale. Guests can also enjoy champagne, wine and beer, a special cocktail and canapés.
Participating companies will include 12 West, 5:dirty, Ame Salon & Spa, Boutique on Thirty, Bridge Your Style, Brooke Alexandria Spa, Co-Chic Boutique, Contoured Med Spa, Danielle Luongo Design, Grace and Kate Boutique, Green Eyed Lady, HeyDay Skincare, J. McLaughlin, Kathy Romano Collection, La Chic Boutique, LuLaRoe, OMVE, Saint James Boutique, SkyLine Laser, Somnvie, UnEarth, Vida Beale and more.
Tickets are on sale now for $40, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Breastcancer.org in its mission to help people understand the complex medical and personal information surrounding breast health and breast cancer. For tickets and more information, visit http://MainLineToday.com/.
South Media Fire Co. plans 100th anniversary celebration with parade and open house
South Media Fire Co., 535 Washington Ave., Nether Providence, will celebrate 100 years from noon to 3 pm on Saturday, April 30.
The public is invited to come out and help the South Media Fire Company celebrate a century of uninterrupted service to the community with a truck parade from Delaware County and beyond. The parade will begin at 12pm and at Strath Haven Middle School and end at South Media Fire Co.
An Open House will follow the parade where people can come and see the station and meet the dedicated volunteers there, as well as enjoy hot dogs, hats for the kids, fire engine displays and more. Visitors can also purchase tickets to the 100th Anniversary Raffle, worth more than $3,400 in cash, gift cards and merchandise. For more information, call 610-566-6151.
Climate change expert offers solutions at Neumann University
“Man-made climate change is a global emergency, disproportionately affecting the people who are least responsible for the problem,” wrote David Blockstein, PhD, co-director of Solve Climate through 2030. Blockstein will present evidence of climate change and offer solutions that he believes they can make a difference in a program entitled “Teaching the world about climate solutions and justice” on Wednesday, April 20 at Neumann University. His performance, scheduled for 4:15 pm at Teatro Meagher, is free and open to the public.
“While a certain amount of climate change is unstoppable,” says Blockstein, “the actions that governments, companies, universities, and other institutions and individuals take or do not take this decade will have a big impact on how bad climate change will become for hundreds of thousands of people.” people. if not thousands of years.”
Solve Climate by 2030 is a project of the graduate sustainability programs at Bard College (NY). It sponsors the Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice which involves more than 300 teach-ins at colleges and universities, schools and community institutions in more than 50 countries. Neumann University is one of the teach-in hosts.
Blockstein is an ecologist and conservation biologist with over 30 years of national leadership at the intersection of environmental science and policy. He has worked on a wide range of scientific and policy issues, including climate change and energy education, biodiversity policy, sustainability, increasing minority representation in science, and digital communication of scientific information about the environment.
He helped create the National Council on Science and the Environment and served as its first executive director in 1990. Blockstein has also helped shape interdisciplinary environmental, sustainability and energy education at US colleges and universities by founding several groups, including the Association for Environmental and Sciences, where he currently works as a senior consultant.
Register now for Haverford Twilight 5K Run and Walk
The Haverford Twilight 5K Run/Walk and Elementary School One Mile Challenge is back Saturday, April 30 at 4pm at Haverford High School, 200 Mill Road, Havertown.
The 5K Run/Walk will take runners and walkers through the heart of Haverford Township, ending with a “Party on The Town”, offering free and discounted food and drinks from local pubs, restaurants, delis and dessert shops. Participants’ running vests are their tickets to the “Party”.
Proceeds from the Twilight Run benefit the Haverford Township School District Education Foundation’s Mini and Empowerment Grant programs. This year’s Twilight Run is dedicated to the memory of Kathryn Cox, a noted community leader, a founding member of the HTSD Education Foundation, a founding member and first president of the Haverford Soccer Club, a tireless supporter of Haverford Public Schools through her unwavering interest, support and funding innovative learning opportunities that inspire Haverford students.
Full details can be found online at https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Havertown/Twilight5KHavertown.
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Lyme Disease Documentary Premieres at Bryn Mawr Film Institute – Delco Times
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