Kennett Brewing Company – craft Beer, farm fresh dining & local flare

Local owners invite you to ‘stop on by’… By Kim Chiomento, News Editor, The Times KENNETT SQUARE  –  The Kennett Brewing Company (KBC), quietly tucked away at 109 S. Broad Street, is historic Kennett Square’s latest unique eatery and watering hole.  Locally owned and managed, KBC has the feel of a ‘word of mouth’ destination where visitors get the sense, upon approaching...

Historic Kennett Square seeking input

Survey will help shape economic development plan, officials say Want to weigh in on what retailers Kennett Square Borough should be trying to attract or what you like or don’t like about the existing ones? Historic Kennett Square is seeking your feedback. The organization is running a survey to get input  from residents and visitors. To access it, visit http://historickennettsquare.com. Historic...

Art Watch: Diane Micklin

Passion for color and texture leads to abstraction plus what’s going on this week in art By Lele Galer, Columnist, The Times Abstract painter Diane Micklin will be exhibiting this Thursday April 3 at Galer Estate Winery in Kennett Square for a Pop up show from 4 to 8 p.m.  Diane combines her love of Chester County landscape with a passion for color and texture. Her acrylic painted images...

More than two dozen artists set for show

‘Evening of the Arts’ will benefit Historic Kennett Square Historic Kennett Square is pleased to announce “Evening of the Arts,” an art show and sale on Friday, April 4, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Located in the Genesis Healthcare Building  at 101 East State Street, this exhibition and sale featuring local and regional artists was created to increase public awareness of the arts and provide...

Friday Art Stroll jam-packed with activities

From Dr. Seuss to edible plants, entertainment abounds A demonstration of pot-throwing at Charles Metzger Pottery will be one of the Friday Art Stroll activities in Kennett Square. Historic Kennett Square celebrates the month of March with its Art Stroll on Friday, March 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. The public is invited to visit a variety of independently-owned shops, galleries, and restaurants and enjoy...

Kennett Square: Let power outage prompt outing

First Friday Art Stroll invites residents to find electricity in borough Forget the power outages and get out to Kennett Square on Feb. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. for its First Friday Art Stroll. A plethora of unique, independently-owned shops, galleries, and restaurants will be celebrating February, said Historic Kennett Square in a news release. Here is a sampling of Friday night’s offerings: Mala...

Punk’d Pineapple to debut in Kennett Square

Soft-serve shop celebrating grand opening at Market at Liberty Place The latest addition to the Market at Liberty Place, once the home of Alvin’s Department Store in Kennett Square, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend. The festivities for Punk’d Pineapple, a sweet soft-serve shop, will begin on Friday, Jan. 10, from noon to 9 p.m., and will continue on Saturday, Jan. 11 from noon...

Kennett Square declares: Let there be lights!

Annual parade on Friday to culminate with Santa’s arrival Kennett Square will be aglow with festively lit floats on Friday during the annual Holiday Light Parade. Historic Kennett Square is inviting area residents to see the light – actually lots of them – on Friday as the Annual Holiday Light Parade kicks off the season at 6:15 p.m. Last year’s parade represented the debut of the...

The Flash ready to open Act II in Sept.

The Kennett Square music venue, spun off as its own organization seeks broader audience When The Flash reopens in September, there will be a few changes, some returning the Kennett Square music and performance venue to its roots. By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times KENNETT SQUARE — When The Flash reopens in September, more will be changing than just the name, and some of those changes might seem...

Kennett Square boom continues past 4th of July

New venue for food vendors, artwork to open in borough on Friday Downtown Kennett Square continues to serve as a magnet for new businesses with a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled on Friday for a new retail space: The Market at Liberty Place. The business debuting at 148 West State Street will host a variety of food vendors, including George & Sons Seafood, Nourish Coffee Shop & Juice...