Nonstop dancing

The first Medley Marathon Dance takes place at Glenside Memorial Hall from 3 to 6 p.m. Event features six callers and four bands: All Hat No Cattle, Colonel Mike's Dance Band, Fingerpyx, and Raise the Roof. $10; potluck dinner follows until 8:30 p.m. Hall at Waverly Road and Keswick Avenue.




Appraisal time

The Skippack Historical Society hosts "Treasures Revealed at Meadowood," an appraisal in Meadowood Retirement Community in Worcester. Two experts from Alderfer Auction Co. evaluate your treasures. Cost per item is $10. 2 to 4 p.m. Registration form can be downloaded at


. Event at 3205 Skippack Pike, Skippack. 610-584-1166.


Free kids concert

Get ready for some Peanut Butter & Jammin' at an interactive performance geared toward children and families. Circle games, dance, clapping and sing-alongs. Free. 7 to 8 p.m. at JFK Park, 220 Fairfield Rd., Plymouth Meeting.


; 610-277-4312.

Multiple days

Love in the cold

Village Productions and the Tri-County Performing Arts Center present "Almost, Maine," which follows the residents of the mythical town of Almost who are falling in and out of love at an alarming rate. $17; $14, seniors and students. Through June 22; check for times. West Pikeland Township Cultural Center, 1645 Art School Rd., Chester Springs.


; 610-323-6884.

Land and seascapes

The Manayunk Artists' Co-Op's latest show, "Places in the Heart," features the landscapes and seascapes of painter Judith Greenleaf Finore of Fort Washington. The exhibition at the Manayunk Art Center runs through June 29; check for times. 419 Green Lane (rear). Gallery only open Saturdays and Sundays. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


; 215-482-3363.