PONY PARTY. . . stuff to do, part I

Good morning all… for this PONY PARTY… I thought that, in the event any of you do have a life in the REAL world, it might be fun to point towards some events going on on the EAST COAST.

For today’s noon PONY PARTY, I’ll hit a few midwest and left coast goings on…

So… what do you do on your Saturday mornings????

New York’s America Museum of Natural History
has a cool exhibit of space photos in its

BEYOND, A SPECTACULAR PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
on view April 14, 2007-April 6, 2008

[http://www.amnh.org/…]

The Franklin Institute of Science
he’s back and while not as impressive
as the last time (26 years ago), still worth the look…
i particularly liked the ancient dog collar…

King Tut and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs
On exhibit now through September 30
The Franklin Institute of Science in Philly
http://www.gophila.c…
more on Tut… [http://www.nytimes.c…]

George Washington’s Distillery
This site is open after several years of research
and excavation

The site is located three miles from the Mount Vernon Estate
on Route 235Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy
Mount Vernon, VA 22121
[http://www.washingto…]

the Ford Hall Forum Presents
John W. Dean : “Broken Governement”

In Boston on September 13 at 6:30pm
Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston

[http://www.fordhallf…]

TOP 20 Events in the Southeast region
This list has everything from
fall barbeques to Christmas craft shows

[http://southeasttour…]

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    • pfiore8 on September 8, 2007 at 3:05 pm
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    hey guys… what happened to the nice html link thingee???

    well, these links will get you there… so enjoy your day

    • LoE on September 8, 2007 at 7:34 pm

    Weekly ritual for half the year.

    But no corn today!  Well only from the people who were selling it cooked.  And no melons!  Good tomatoes, good peaches.  Will head out to the new one (only 2nd week) at the Pueblo tomorrow, still on the lookout for corn.  Then, if all else fails, off to the grocery store.

  1. who has live in the Philly suburbs their entire life, I realize that it has been far too long (more than 25 years) since I have been to the Franklin Institute and how much my 7 year old would like it. Need to get back there soon…

    • Robyn on September 9, 2007 at 6:21 pm
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