Five things to do today - art, wine and music
It's time for your daily dose of awesome events.
It's time for your daily dose of awesome events:
For those not afraid of a paper cut: Artists Mark Price and Joseph Opshinsky created work for "II Ways: New Works in Paper" out of the fibrous stuff. The exhibit is on display at FrameWorks Studio and Gallery from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
For the little chef: A nutritious and well-balanced lunch will be prepared starting at noon for children at the Pinelands/Medford branch of the Burlington County Library in Medford, NJ. Children will learn about food groups and basic nutrition over the course of this 45-minute class.
For the crafty type: Who needs Pinterest when you can learn how to make your own stationary and envelopes during a free class at Helen Kate Furnace Free Library? The Wallingford, PA event begins at 3 p.m.
For those with an exotic taste: The Washington House in Sellersville, PA is holding a worldly wine tasting dinner hosted by Rob Reese of Vintage Wines and Elayne Brick of The Washington House at 5 p.m. Taste wines from all over the world, even Lebanon.
For music lovers: UK electronic band Metronomy take the stage at Union Transfer for an all-ages with doors opening at 8 p.m.