Bryn Mawr Fire Company truck
Bryn Mawr Business Association, Bryn Mawr 100 and Bryn Mawr Beautiful host Bryn Mawr Day each year, with an energized passion for the surrounding community. Among the people, places and things showcased throughout the day are prominent and prestigious Main Line businesses highly regarded for their cuisine, style, design, customer service and personal wellness. In one day, attendees can engage with the some of the region’s best, and feel the vibe of this iconic and historic Western suburb. Bryn Mawr Day is such an important conduit for bridging the historical and the contemporary. It brings people together in so many ways.
Bryn Mawr Day, held the weekend after Labor Day, serves as a kickoff for one of the most active seasons of the year. It’s the Main Line’s No. 1 free family fun day, and serves as a great opportunity to rekindle community spirit. With its mosaic of food, entertainment and activities, Bryn Mawr Day has something for every member of the family.
Susan Graham, director of Bryn Mawr Day, is excited to lead the event this year. “I’m overwhelmed by the participation and commitment of the community,” she says. “The local businesses and schools look forward to highlighting Bryn Mawr and Rosemont each year, and the momentum of this event continues to grow. We expect a large variety of vendors, mixed with entertainment and food, to please everyone.”
Local organizations and businesses sponsor this annual event and use the funds raised for improvements in the 19010 zip code, and to enhance the business district with seasonal decorations like the holiday snowflake installation as well as.
Bryn Mawr Day is truly a labor of love. It would be impossible for this event—and such community involvement—to come from anywhere but our own local business owners and leaders. Spearheading the volunteer effort is the Bryn Mawr Business Association, and Local Boy Scout Troop 19 and the Bryn Mawr Rotary Club go above and beyond, lending their time and assistance to make the day run smoothly. In addition, Bryn Mawr Fire Company, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr Beautiful, Ludington Library and Lower Merion Township all contribute resources. It’s the cornerstone of a community invested in its own growth—one that values tradition and supporting local businesses.
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