A capella singing
The Music Group of Philadelphia hosts "A Celebration of A Capella Singing" at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Wayne. Featuring music by Monteverdi, Barber, Debussy and Duruflé from 30 years of repertoire. Lancaster Avenue and Louella Street. $20; $15, seniors. 3 p.m.
Come dressed in your best Princess gown and walk the red carpet to meet Sleeping Beauty. Take in a one-hour children's version of the Tchaikovsky ballet, and shop at the Princess Boutique. Each child receives a goodie bag. The 1 p.m. show includes luncheon (tickets: $20-$25); 3 p.m. show includes tea party (tickets: $15-$20). Radisson Hotel Valley Forge, 1160 First Ave., King of Prussia.
Dance like Jane
Dance in the style that runs through Jane Austen's writing. Get fancy at the Jane Austen Dance Workshop, with live music and instruction by the Germantown Country Dancers. $7; free to first-time dancers. Merion Friends Meeting, 615 Montgomery Ave., Merion Station. 7:30 to 10:15 p.m.
Main Line Unitarian Church hosts "Youth ArtWorks 2008: Art to Rescue Animals," an exhibition of preschool through high school art, crafts and a "flea" market of animal art to benefit the Main Line Animal Rescue. Through May 26. Free admission. 816 S. Valley Forge Rd., Devon. Check for hours.
Janet Sullivan Turner is an image maker known for scavenging machine parts from closed factories. Tyme Gallery presents her latest creations in "The Works of Janet Sullivan Turner." Free admission. The artwork is on sale and the exhibit runs through June 10. Check for hours. 17 W. Eagle Rd., Havertown.