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                  Dining by Design: Nature Display on the Dinner Table
WThrough Jan. 6, 2019 / Wilmington
interthur’s latest exhibit takes a look at the evolution of dinnerware over the centuries. With items dating back to the 1600s, the selection showcases natural themes on plates and other items.
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Pickering Pony Show
NJune 3 / Glenmoore
ow in its 69th year, the Pickering Hunt Pony Club hosts one of its two annual shows at the Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show grounds. The event benefits the club, the French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust, and Omega Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation.
Chester County Hospital Polo Cup
SJune 10 / Toughkenamon
pend the afternoon enjoying top-notch competition at the
12th annual Chester County Hospital Polo Cup. Enjoy tailgating, raffles, a silent auction, a beer garden and, of course, divot stomping—all in support of the hospital’s OB/GYN Clinic and its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
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His Girl Friday
HJune 30-July 29 / Rose Valley
edgerow Theatre has its way with the classic screwball comedy His Girl Friday, which follows New York editor Walter Burns as he attempts to woo back his ex-wife, reporter Hildegard Johnson.
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Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen’s Fine Craft Fair
DJuly 28-29 / Wilmington
iscover some of the region’s finest handcrafted artwork
at this juried exhibition, held at the Chase Center on
            the Riverfront. The event celebrates the Pennsylvania H
Guild of Craftsmen, founded in 1944.
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Country Spirit USA
SAugust 24-26 / Glenmoore
ome of country music’s biggest names will converge at this inaugural music festival, held on the grounds of Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show. Headliners include Alabama, Toby Keith and Brad Paisley. There will also be festival-style entertainment fit for the whole family.
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10 THE HUNT MAGAZINE sUMMEr 2018
July 13-29 / Wilmington
Delaware
Shakespeare
Summer Festival
ead to Rockwood Park for the two-week-long Delaware Shakespeare
Summer Festival to get a dose of everyone’s favorite bard. This year’s featured play is Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Bi Jean Ngo.
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    NOTED SUMMER 2018
ALESSANDRA NICOLE
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