Get Out: Fine Arts Festival, Art Exhibit, College Football Viewing Party

What's going on in and around Media Patch this weekend.

This weekend is all about the arts. Shop or just browse original art from local artists at the 10th Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Festival. Check out an art exhibit at a local gallery or enjoy some big band music at the mall. And if the fine arts aren't for you, there's always football.

Check out our best bets below for the activities to hit this weekend and early next week.

Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

  • When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 22, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., along State Street in Media Borough.
  • Why Go: Buy high quality original art from area artists and artisans at the Community Arts Center’s 10th annual Fine Arts and Crafts Festival. Enjoy live music, children’s activities, artist demonstrations, an art raffle and food vendors. State Street will be closed to vehicles beginning Saturday morning and dogs are not welcome at the event.
  • Cost: Free

Concert Series at Granite Run Mall 

  • When/Where: Friday, Sept. 21, 7-8 p.m., at Granite Run Mall, 1067 W Baltimore Pike
  • Why Go: Enjoy the music of Archie Lane’s Big Band at mall's center court.
  • Cost: Free 

Art Exhibition "Wind & Air"

  • When/Where: September 18-24, all day, at Beauty Art Gallery, 3857 Providence Rd, in Newtown Square
  • Why Go: Visit the gallery and see the abstract paintings and multi-media works by Chantal Westby.
  • Cost: Free

Temple vs. PSU Football Viewing Party

  • When/Where: Saturday, Sept. 22, from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m., at The Tilted Kilt,826 W Dekalb Pike, in King of Prussia
  • Why Go: Come out and cheer for your team during the Temple Owls vs. PSU Nittany Lions football viewing party and silent auction. Ticket includes all-you-can-eat wings and domestic draft beer during the event. Both PSU and Temple fans are invited, but PSU fans are encouraged to wear blue as it is a Blue Out game in support of sexual assault victims.
  • Cost:$25 for pre-registration, $30 at the door, visit www.psubw.org for ticket information.


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