Phlocking to Philly (Main Line Show) Nov 17-18 Piccolo Art leading International Dealer in Fine
Portraits and portrait miniatures is pleased to announce it will exhibiting at the Main Line Antique Show November 17-18 2012 at the Radnor Country Cl
News-Antique.com - Oct 26,2012 - Piccolo Art has announced it will be attending the Philadelphia
Main Line Antique Show for the firat time.
DATES: November 17 & 18, 2012.
Opening Night Party: November 16.
Now in its seventh year, The Main Line Antiques Show is the only antiques show on Philadelphia’s Main Line.
Held in the historic mansion at Radnor Valley Country Club, the Show features 30 distinguished dealers offering a wide selection of fine and decorative arts, jewelry, furniture and folk art for both seasoned and new collectors.
The Opening Night Party to be held on November 16th offers a first look and special opportunity to purchase while enjoying cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a light buffet. Other events, including the lecture series Inside Out: Great Main Line Interiors are planned throughout the weekend.
The Show promotes a Senior Charity Surrey for Seniors
Surrey’s community-based care model offers over 7,000 seniors each year access to a range of home-based health and supportive services, center-based wellness and social activities, and community-based services that further our mission to “help older adults to live in their homes with independence and dignity and to continue as active members of the community.” Surrey continually monitors member needs to ensure delivery of an appropriate mix of services that help seniors remain healthy, independent and engaged in the community. Surrey serves seniors from five locations: Berwyn, Broomall, Havertown, Media and West Chester.
Hallmarks of the Surrey model include:
Engagement of older adults as volunteers in the provision of services. Our “neighbor-helping-neighbor” philosophy helps both the person providing service and the person helped
Availability of interrelated health, housing and transportation services in a “one-stop shopping” model
Access to a range of social, educational and wellness services that address varying capabilities and interests
Assistance and advocacy for seniors who must make changes to their financial, social, and other living arrangements
Community support to underwrite home care subsidies, meals in the Surrey Café, health and wellness programs, and much more, so that no-one is turned away due to an inability to pay.