The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion will host its second annual Old Fashioned Picnic from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday as part of its yearlong Sesquicentennial Celebration.
The picnic will offer activities such as croquet, a scavenger hunt, ring toss, origami, and face painting. Devin Bird from Germantown's Give & Take Jugglers will perform juggling routines, mingle with children, and ride a unicycle around the grounds.
Musicians with guitars and percussion instruments will play on the front porch of the mansion. Guests can dress in Victorian clothing for a photograph to take home.
The 16th annual Earth Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Smithville Park in Eastampton rain or shine.
Children can enjoy trash sculpting and papermaking, environmental-themed puppet shows, the Star Lab Mobile Planetarium, an interactive magic show, storytelling, face painting, rock climbing, and moon bouncing. They also can bring spoons to join Mark Rust and "Tunes for Spoons" or play in the "Bash the Trash Musical Playground" with instruments made from recycled materials. The fair will feature vendors, environmental displays, demonstrations, and live entertainment.
Penn Wynne Elementary, the school Alex Scott attended, is featuring the 10th annual Alex's "Original" Lemonade Stand from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The event includes food, games, live music, and a butterfly release presented by Volvo. The lemonade stand foundation works to eradicate childhood cancer. Alex, who opened her first stand with her brother at age 4, was 8 when she died of cancer.