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let dancers could transform the moments of a monotonous
afternoon and quickly and quietly engage so many busy
strangers who clearly had a desire for a cultural experience
that featured images of masterpiece paintings and live ballet
dancers. What made their visit truly unique was the visual
three-dimensionality of the moment. In a theater the audience
members are seated and must look straight ahead. In the open
air and sidewalks of Media, passersby were offered a multidimensional ballet experience. They could walk around the
dancers to see the poses and the art work from many angles.
In the words of AIB's Denis and Anastasia, "Whether
on stage, in the studio or here in the public eye, we want our
dancers to sense that after years of training they can open a
little emotional door in their soul and share with the public a
peek into Heaven. The language of ballet is one of dramatic
gesture and by bringing them to pose with these beautiful
paintings from the Philadelphia Museum Ballet of Art the
world of ballet visually enhances the message of the artists."

Delaware County Court Center, 201 W. Front Street, Media.
Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1902-1904.
Dancers (L to R): Sienna Truskett, Marlena Umland, Catherine
Faia, Azelie Faia, Chloe Muller, and Anna Panczner.

Be inspired at the Delaware County Court Center... Paul
Cezanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1902-1904. The Montagne
Sainte-Victoire is a mountain in southern France, overlooking Aix-en-Provence. It became the subject of a number of
Cézannes paintings. These paintings belong to Post-Impressionism. Cézanne is skilled at analysis; he uses geometry
to describe nature, and uses different colors to represent the
depth of objects.


Salute & Honor Service
to Country, Family,
Culture & Tradition
The Delaware County Veterans
Memorial Association's Mission is
to pay tribute to the service and sacrifices of the brave men and women
of our Armed Forces. The Memorial
serves as a place to learn about war
and conflict in U.S. history; a place
to reflect upon bravery and sacrifice;
and a place to honor those who serve
to defend our rights - yesterday, today and tomorrow!
Located in Newtown Square, The Delaware County Veterans Memorial Association was conveyed and founded by the
late Steve Neri, USMC, the late Stan Short, USMC, and the
Delaware County Historical Society Director Linda Houldin.
Designed by Architect George Matuszewski and Glenn Gauzza, the Memorial measures twenty-one feet high by fourteen
feet deep by eighty-two feet in diameter and it is surrounded
by eight flagpoles and nine colonnades. The dedicated site of
the Veterans Memorial, at the intersection of West Chester Pike
and Alice Grim Boulevard, was donated by Claude de Botton
and family. The Memorial is visible to thousands of passers-by
each day.
Monthly Casket Flag Raising Ceremony
Second Sundays April through November
Ceremony Conducted by Veterans Alliance &
DCVMA Board of Directors
Vocals: Theresa Flanagan Murtagh (Pictured)
Sound by: John "Hugo" Useller
SAVE THE DATE... The Delaware
County Bar Association Salutes Veteran
Lawyers with Casket Flag Raising Ceremony at Delaware County Veterans
Memorial in Newtown Square
Plans are in progress for the Delaware County Bar Association to take
part in this proud tradition on Sunday,
September 10, 2017. There is nothing as
thought provoking than to watch the sun
set as taps plays and Old Glory is lowered for the evening. If you have not experienced this emotionally-moving tradition, we invite you to be a participant in this
celebration of being an American. Further details to follow.
Salute to the Red, White & Blue
Red: Hardiness and Valor
White: Purity and Innocence
Blue: Vigilance, Perseverance & Justice


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