What To Do: African American Cultural Fair returns to Coatesville

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times  Africa will be in the spotlight at two special area events this week – a festival in Coatesville and a concert at Longwood Gardens. The African American Cultural Alliance is inviting everyone to come to Coatesville this weekend. Now through July 30, the group is presenting the Second Annual African American Cultural Fair of Coatesville. The Fair...

What To Do: Annual Kimberton Community Fair returns July 25

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times Kimberton Fair Two things arrive in this area every July without fail — heat waves and an assortment of festivals, outside music events, carnivals, family-oriented celebrations and summertime fairs. If you enjoy country fairs, you should check out the Annual Kimberton Community Fair (Kimberton Fairgrounds, Route 113, Kimberton, 610-933-4566,...

What To Do: Brandywine Battlefield open, highlights US-1 area attractions

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times The Christian C. Sanderson Museum There is a six-mile stretch along Route 1 from Chadds Ford to the eastern edge of Kennett Square that features an abundance of attractions – museums, historic sites, a winery, a botanical wonderland and an historic battlefield. Travelling from north to south, the first location is the Brandywine Battlefield Historic...

What To Do: It’s summer festival season

By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The Kimberton Fair It’s the middle of July and that means it’s time for outdoor festivals. Every summer, this area is a hotbed for festivals — blueberry festivals, peach festivals, county fairs, firemen’s festivals, state fairs and plain old country fairs. If you enjoy country fairs, you should check out the 90th Annual Kimberton Community Fair...

What To Do: get out there and enjoy summer festivals

By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The Kountry K-9 Show at the Kimberton Fair. This is the time of the year for outdoor festivals. Every summer, this area is a hotbed for festivals — blueberry festivals, peach festivals, county fairs, firemen’s festivals, state fairs and plain old country fairs. If you enjoy country fairs, you can also check out the 89th Annual Kimberton Community...

What To Do: 88th Kimberton Fair keeps on rolling

Also: The Democrats come to Philly, PoliticalFest events planned By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The Kimberton Fair is one of the state’s oldest free admission fairs. This is the time of the year for outdoor festivals. Every summer, this area is a hotbed for festivals — blueberry festivals, peach festivals, county fairs, firemen’s festivals, state fairs and plain old country...

What To Do: ‘Fair’ly exciting in Kimberton, Goshen

By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The Goshen Country Fair is one of the area’s longest-running and most beloved fairs. This is the time of the year for outdoor festivals. Every summer, this area is a hotbed for festivals — blueberry festivals, peach festivals, county fairs, firemen’s festivals, state fairs and plain old country fairs. One of the best — and longest-running...

What To Do: Turks Head Music fest

Kimberton Fair starts Monday; Lancaster Jazz fest gets swinging By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times Phyllis Chapel is among the many artists performing at the annual Turks head Festival in West Chester. The Turk’s Head Music Festival in West Chester (Everhart Park, Bradford Avenue and Everhart Street, West Chester, 610-436-9010, http://www.turksheadfestival.com) just keeps motoring on year-after-year...

What To Do: Kimberton Fair, Turks Head and more

In the heat of the summer, events for almost every taste dot the calendar By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The Kimberton Fair, a Chester County institution, kicks off Monday with all of the great rides, food and attractions people have enjoyed for generations. When it comes to longevity, there can’t be too many annual events in Chester County that can top the Kimberton Community Fair...