Arts & Entertainment in Pike Creek Valley


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The Flower Place has been assisting New Castle with its floral requests for more than three decades. Skilled blossom assemblers can adorn an array of occasions, from new baby congratulations and anniversaries to get-well arrangements and seasonal compositions. Bring Autumn to the table with the Harvest Time centerpiece ($39.95), exhibiting sunflowers, fall-tinged roses and chrysanthemums accented with natural wheat grass, or cheer up a birthday-less friend with Teleflora's Be Happy Bouquet ($39.95) complete with daisies and yellow roses in a smiley-faced Be Happy Mug. Resist the urge to devour beauteous buds and purchase the Delightful Fruit Tray ($49.95) instead. Posed deliciously on a round serving platter, this compilation includes apples, bananas, oranges, and a pineapple, forming the world's first fruit party that does not take place on the Chiquita banana lady's head.
907 N Dupont Hwy
New Castle,
DE
US
Shop for Boyds Bears, Byers Choice Carolers, Jim Shore, Donna Sharp Handbags, Willow Tree Angels, Cheerful Giver Candles, Woodstock Chimes and much, much, more in our country gift shop.
147 E Lancaster Ave
Downingtown,
PA
US
The QVC tour gives the television-inquisitive a behind-the-scenes look at how the shopping network tests its products and showcases them to millions of viewers. This guided walking tour whisks sightseers through the 58,000-square-foot studio, where they'll be able to watch live-television QVC programs from the observation deck, possibly even catching beloved on-air personalities such as Sandra Bennett, Rick Domeier, and the carpet. Once you've toured the national headquarters and corporate offices at QVC, you'll have a better sense of the tireless work, the top-quality technology, and the wizard-wrought television magic involved in each program.
1200 Wilson Drive
West Chester,
PA
US
With thousands of frame and mat samples, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (most diplomas can be framed for around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (most for under $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24x36 pieces are under $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.
302 W Lancaster Ave.
Wayne,
PA
US
Flag Lady Gifts offers an eclectic selection of giftable goods and patriotic paraphernalia. This deal gets you a 3'x5' two-ply polyester American flag ($56.30) made of extra-strength spun polyester with sewn stripes, full-sized embroidered stars and a pole sleeve for front-door flying. These flags (made by Valley Forge) can resist the gust of high winds, red rocket glares, and bombs bursting in air, and are all made (naturally) in America. You also get two reflective, vinyl oval U.S.A. decals (normally $2.85 each) to stick to the back of the car or tandem bicycle of your choice. Seize this opportunity to publicly announce your household's favorable impression of America this Fourth of July or gift a U.S.A. flag and decal to a friend.
398 W Lancaster Ave
Wayne,
PA
US
A pencil peeks out of hole in the lid of a shiny red apple, bits of yellow and black fleck a butterfly's wings, and blue and green glass curves to catch the light from the candle it holds. These are just a few of the projects invented at Busy Bees Pottery and Arts Studio, where visitors can paint bisqueware, sculpt clay, or fuse glass to make homes or city-bus windows more beautiful. Long tables sprawl across the studio's checkered floor, and plates bearing pastel treats and serene landscapes polka-dot the walls for inspiration. A paint bar arrays samples of tiles painted in each color so artists can preview their ceramic's finished looks.
1125 Pawlings Rd.
Audubon,
PA
US
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