Saturday night's all right for a lot of things and hopefully not fighting.
For a new exhibition: Props, posters and toys from '60s films are on display at the Chester County Historical Society (225 N. High St., West Chester) as a part of their newest exhibit, "The 1960's Pop Culture: Movies, Memorabilia and the Media," on view from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today.
For a classic tale: Watch as a girl who's skin was as white as snow befriends seven dwarves at the Media Theatre for the Performing Arts (104 E. State St., Media) for the penultimate performance at 11 a.m. Watch out for that nasty apple, girl!
For the ultimate food experience: Help raise funds for Reading Terminal Market (12th and Filbert Streets) with a party, running from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., featuring all-you-can-eat food from 30 of the market's vendors including Wursthaus Schmitz, Molly Malloys, 12th Street Cantina, Pearl's Oyster Bar and more. Be ready to dance, hit the open bar and get your hands dirty with latte art and pretzel twisting. Men, come in suits and ties. Women, wear your cocktail dresses.
For ambiance: Huddle around the fireplaces at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest (Market St. and Columbus Blvd.) and listen to the sweet sounds of Brielle and the Paper Hearts for a free fireside concert from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. This is the last session of the season, so take in all the winter wonderland-y, musical goodness.
For an ode to Philly: GrassROOTS Community Foundation, a local organization promoting healthy habits within the community, is throwing their yearly party, this year with a focus on nostalgic Philadelphia. Hosted by Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter from the Roots, the event, starting at 9 p.m., will also feature music by Jazzy Jeff, DJ Rich Medina and of course Black Thought. Come dressed to impress and dance the night away at Trilogy (601 Spring Garden St.).