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Over 15 Things to do in the Philadelphia Suburbs this March

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Philadelphia Flower Show 

Through March 8, Philadelphia  

Visitors to this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show—now 191 years young—at the Pennsylvania Convention Center will be transported to a luxe destination, thanks to the “Riviera holiday” theme.  

New Shanghai Circus 

March 1, Glenside 

The New Shanghai Circus brings its colorful and energetic performance to the Keswick this month.  

Plein Air Inside Out 

March 6-7, Chadds Ford 

Artists will gather in the atrium of the Brandywine River Museum of Art to paint, sketch and photograph nature during this two-day twist on the plein air tradition.   

Gatsby Gala 

March 7, Philadelphia 

Celebrate the roaring 20s—the 2020s that is—in style at this Great Gatsby-themed gala aboard the Moshulu.  

Philly Craft Beer Festival 

March 7, Philadelphia 

The Navy Yard will play host to over 50 craft breweries from around the world, which will offer samples of their sips during this beer-centric festival.  

Wine and Cupcake Pairings 

March 7-29, Chadds Ford 

On weekends this month, Penns Woods Winery is pairing its vintages with Dia Doce cupcakes for a truly sweet experience.  

Spring Honey Dinner 

March 12, Glen Mills 

Learn about the importance of pollinator bees at this special dinner at Terrain in Glen Mills. The restaurant is teaming up with nearby Brandywine Bee Company to incorporate honey into the cuisine.   

Taste of the Main Line 

March 12, Wayne 

After a one-year hiatus, Taste of the Main Line is back and bringing together some of the area’s finest restaurants in one place. Held at the Grand Atrium at Radnor Financial Center, the evening features live music and great bites. Need an even better excuse to indulge? The event benefits the Emergency Aid of Pennsylvania Foundation.   

“For the Girls” 

March 13, Philadelphia 

Multi-talented award-winning stage dynamo Kristin Chenoweth is headed to the Kimmel Center, where she’ll perform songs from her latest album, “For the Girls.” Paying homage to great female singers who paved the way for today’s artists, including Barbra Streisand, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton, the show is a fitting way to celebrate Women’s History Month throughout March.  

Winterfest Cornhole Tournament 

March 14, Aston 

Summer on your mind? Head to this second annual cornhole tournament, hosted by the Delco Sports League and 2SP Brewing. Held at the brewery, the event includes music, food trucks and plenty of cornhole.   

Chester County Historical Society Antiques and Art Show 

March 14-15, Exton 

Head to the Church Farm School in Exton this month to browse 42 antiques and arts dealers showcasing everything from furniture to jewelry to silver. The preview party will take place March 13.   

The Bachelor Live 

March 20, Philadelphia  

Fans of ABC’s popular love franchise won’t want to miss The Bachelor Live, as the tour—hosted by Ben Higgins and Becca Kufrin—makes a stop at the Met.   

Chadds Ford Art Sale and Show 

March 20-21, Chadds Ford 

The Chadds Ford Art Sale and Show returns to Chadds Ford Elementary School, featuring the works of dozens of regional artists.  

French Pop-Up Dinner 

March 25, Philadelphia  

Acclaimed Philly chef Jose Garces is teaming up with Jonathan Cichon for a French Pop-Up Dinner hosted at the Kimmel Center’s Volver.  

Thorncroft Victory Gallop  

March 28, Philadelphia 

Helping others through equine therapy, Thorncroft Equestrian Center is celebrating its continued success with Victory Gallop, which is now in its 35th year. This year’s gala will be held at the Bellevue Hotel.  

Spring Blooms 

March 28 – May 3, Kennett Square 

Discover the beauty of the season as the vast Longwood Gardens reawakens. From early blooms like daffodils and crocuses to flowering cherry trees to thousands of daffodils in every color imaginable, it’s a treat for the senses.  

Art Quilt Elements 

March 29 – May 2, Wayne  

Now in its 14th year, this international juried exhibition features contemporary fine art quilts on display at the Wayne Art Center.  

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