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Chestnut Hill: The Arts Thrive on Germantown Avenue

Chestnut Hill: The Arts Thrive on Germantown Avenue

Chestnut Hill, which is known as Philadelphia’s “Garden District,” is home to artists, an art supply store, art galleries, and the Woodmere Art Museum. The arts live and thrive in Chestnut Hill. Up and down Germantown Avenue, art can be found. Places such as the Chestnut Hill Gallery and Frame Shoppe and Gravers Lane Gallery […]

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Chestnut Hill: Enrichment Center Keeps Older Adults Active

Chestnut Hill: Enrichment Center Keeps Older Adults Active

The Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment was formed in 1978 by the Chestnut Hill Community Association as a program (then known as the Chestnut Hill Senior Services Center) to provide activities and resources enhancing the wellness, community involvement, and independent living for older residents. “The mission was to serve the older adults in Chestnut Hill and the mission […]

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Chestnut Hill: Four Things That Make This Community Special

Chestnut Hill: Four Things That Make This Community Special

Chestnut Hill is a neighborhood in Philadelphia that houses a unique community. It’s historical significance and abundance of green life makes it a great place to live and visit. Within the town are shops such as boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and antique shops. There are countless things to see and do, so here are five attractions […]

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Chestnut Hill: Community Association Welcomes a New Executive Director

Chestnut Hill: Community Association Welcomes a New Executive Director

Ryan Rosenbaum (above) is the new executive director of the Chestnut Hill Community Association. Despite only being at the association since November, Rosenbaum says he’s already learned a lot. The association’s main focus is to be dedicated to the social and economic well-being of the neighborhood. “The role of the association is to create civic and […]