2016 Events Calendar
Savor the summer & beyond in Eagleview Town Center in 2016! We are proud to announce our busiest & best event calendar yet !
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Weekly Farmers Market
Shakespeare in the Park
To download the full 2016 event calendar, click here. We can’t wait to see you in Town Center!
CONCERTS – Tuesdays 7-9pm
A concert will be held every Tuesday night from June to August from 7-9pm (except July 5th for the 4th of July holiday). Typically, the opening band plays a 45 minute set, then a 15 minute break, then the headlining band sets up and plays for an hour until 9pm.
No Concert Held | 4th of July Holiday
AUGUST 30 – Season Finale!
Ben Arnold & The 48-Hour Orchestra | benarnold.com
Rain date: Thursday, September 1, 2016
MOVIE NIGHTS – Starting at 7pm
Movie Nights will be held on select nights from June to September from 7-9pm.
Remember the Titans
The Dolphins Tale
The Good Dinosaur
Sleepless in Seattle
FARMERS MARKET – Thursdays 3-7pm
Offering the best in fresh, local foods & goods located – all located in the Town Center tree grove. For market & vendor information, visit growingrootspartners.com. Be sure to sign up for the weekly email newsletter!
CRAFTED – A Curated Craft Fair
JUNE 12 from 11am-4pm
Featuring over 35 hand-picked craftspersons, a featured art qulit exhibit, crafting demonstrations, children’s crafting studio, lively music from Dan Despo Band and Butter Queen Sister, food from Heart Food Truck, Dia Doce Cupcakes and The Good, Bad & Yummy Cookies, and local wine tastings! For complete event info, artist bios & more, visit crafted-eagleview.com.
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
JULY 22 & 23
“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged” – comedic & fast-paced; performing all 37 plays in 90 minutes!
OCTOBER 1 | Cure 4 Cam Bike Ride
OCTOBER 15 | Dress Up & Dash 5K
FALLING LEAF FEST
OCTOBER 2 from 11am-3pm
Performers from regional schools show off their talents! Plus a craft market, delicious food, and kids’ activities including a comedian, juggling, stilt walking, face painting, and more.
If you aren’t a Town Center event veteran, here’s a rundown of information to make your experience the best it can be!
A Can of Food for Your Ticket
While no admission is charged to attend Town Center events, we hope that you will bring a canned food item to each event to support our fight against hunger. Food donations will benefit the Chester County Food Bank.
For Farmers Market weather updates, please check facebook.com/eagleviewfarmersmarket
Directions & Parking
For directions to the concert, enter Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341.
From Route 100 North, go past Exit 312 of the PA Turnpike on your right & go less than 1/4 mile to the first light. Immediately north of this light, bear right onto a jug handle for Eagleview Blvd. Crossover Route 100, and follow Eagleview Blvd into “Eagleview”. Make a right onto Pennsylvania Drive. Make a left onto Rice Blvd. Make a left onto Wellington Square to parking.
Due to construction of the new retail building, the parking in Town Center has been changed from previous years.Please consult with the map below to find your best route to available parking.
You are encouraged to bring a blanket or portable chairs to the concerts/movie nights.
Each concert act usually has merchandise for sale at a table on the left rear of the stage. Alex’s Lemonade Stand has a table to the right hand side of the circle in front of the stage where you can buy 50/50 raffle tickets, lemonade and other tasty treats.
Alcohol is permitted at the Town Center events for those over the age of 21. However, alcohol purchased at the Brickside Grille must stay within the restaurant’s boundries (you cannot cross over the street to the concert side with an open container).
Town Center Rules
– Bikes and scooters are not permitted on the pathways in Eagleview Town Center. Please ride them only on the streets around Town Center.
– Please keep children out of ponds/fountains and not walking on any raised ledges.
– Please pick up after your dogs.
– Overall, please be respectful to the environment.
There are on-duty police officers and EMTs at every event. The police patrol the entire of the Town Center venue and the EMTs are generally located in front of the Wellington Condominium building.
Show Us That You’re #ineagleview
While you’re enjoying events this year in Eagleview Town Center, post your photos on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #ineagleview. We will re-post and re-tweet the best photos!