History of Lemon Hill
Philadelphia merchant Henry Pratt built this stately summer villa in 1800 on property formerly owned by Robert Morris.
Named after the lemon trees that Morris grew in the green house nearby, Lemon Hill was designed in the neoclassical style and features graceful, oval rooms with curved doors and fireplaces.
This is the introductory paragraph that tells people what you are going for with the separate events at separate houses.
Sounds of the Season
Saturday, Dec 3
10:00am-10:45am MUMMERS ALL STARS
11:00am-12:00pm AMLA (Artístas y Músicos Latino Americanos)
12:30-1:30pm Clef Club of Jazz Students-Richard Hill Jr., bass/Dwayne Williams, sax
2:00-3:00pm Clef Club of Jazz Students-Maxwell Chambers, violin/Micah Graves, piano
3:00-4:00pm Clef Club of Jazz Students-Daud Elbakra, trumpet/Dariel Peniazak, guitar
Sunday, Dec 4
11:30-3:30pm MAGICIAN FRED SEIGEL
Saturday, Dec 10
10:00-11:00amAlessandra Di Benedetto (keyboard)
11:00am-12:30pmMary Ann Tancredi (vocals), John McIntyre (keyboard)
12:30pm-2:00pmTHE FLOTELS AND LOCAL RESIDENTS (50s, 60s, 70s acoustic and rock music)
2:00pm-4:00omTHE COYOTES (Roots music band led by Bill Dooley)
Art from Al Wachlin Jr. (photography), Corey Weiser-Vahey (metal, glass, and ceramics), Sharon Egan, Carolyn Furr, and others.
Food from The Monkey and the Elephant, Cosmic Cafe, McCrossens, Fare, Mugshots, La Calaca Feliz, Figs, Trio, Zorba's, Angellino's, Hygge and Klein's.
Flavors of the season
Sunday, Dec 11
Enjoy samples including clear toy candy!