Sunday, September 27, 2015

STM at Philly Pops, October calendar, Star Party news & SFEC Educ Program!

  Strathmere Improvement AssociatonSeptember 28, 2015      

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Experience the true magic of the season with Philadelphia’s most treasured holiday musical tradition.
Join internationally celebrated conductor David Charles Abell, back by popular demand for the third year, as he leads you through an all-new program of Christmas classics. 
This spectacular lineup of exciting musical arrangements features guest vocalist Lisa Vroman, renowned for her role as Christine in Broadway’s Phantom, over 300 musicians, remarkable choirs, and the ever-popular audience sing-along — as well as some surprises your whole family will enjoy!
Come celebrate the Holiday Season at Verizon Hall!
Strathmere Day at
The Philly Pops Christmas Spectacular!
(and dinner in the city afterwards if you desire!)
Sunday, December 6, 3 pm
                     Show tickets: $33.00 each.
Dinner following at Fratelli's Italian Bistro, 1339 Chestnut Street:Includes: Salad, Choice of entree (from list of six), dessert and non-alcoholic beverage.Tax and gratuity included!
We've reserved a block of tickets in the upper tier at Verizon Hall and have secured a parking discount as well. After the concert, walk a few blocks along Broad St, taking in the holiday lights, and enjoy dinner out on the town. If you don't have time to stay for dinner, we hope you'll still come for the show. Bring along your kids and grandkids! 
For more info: or call Linda Bateman, 609 970-0157.  Carpools are forming, so let us know if you need a ride or would be willing to drive.


SIA Star Party! Twice as many opportunities for viewing the skies!

Derrick Pitts, from The Fels Planetarium at The Franklin Institute, is setting up his telescope on Randolph, Saturday, October 10 @6:45 pm for you to take a peek at Saturn. When darkness fully sets in @7:30 pm, enjoy his narration of the many constellations on view. Bring along a flashlight and chair or blanket.   
Bonus!  The next morning, right before daybreak @ 6 am, Derrick will be back with his telescope and you can view Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury before daybreak! October 11, 6am Randolph                                       

Also on October 10: SFEC Meeting and Educational Program. 4 pm, Firehouse

  October Calendar is ready for viewing. Download at:

Citizens for Strathmere and Whale Beach Annual Meeting: October 3, 10 am Firehouse

Lots on the agenda, including playground discussion and Bayview flooding.


Strathmere Improvement Association
PO Box 57
Strathmere New Jersey 08248
United States

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