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 9. Giddy up! Cloverleaf Stables is the perfect place for all things equestrian: trail rides, lessons, birthday parties and pony rides.
10. Start your holiday season on the right track at the Brandywine River Museum of Art’s annual magical train display during “Brandywine Christmas.”
11. Get in touch with your creative side and visit an exhibit (or sign up for a class!) at Darlington Arts Center, Main Line Art Center, Media Arts Council or Wayne Art Center.
12. Whether you’re an expert with plenty of fishing seasons packed away in your tackle box or a complete novice, the perfect fishing hole awaits you right here
in Delaware County. Some of our favorite spots include John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Ridley Creek State Park and Ridley Township Marina Pier.
13. Honor our servicemen and women on Veterans Day by attending Media’s Veterans Day Parade and then hear our veterans’ personal stories at the Delaware County Veterans Memorial and Pennsylvania Veterans Museum.
14. Spend a Monday evening enjoying authentic Italian fare and listening to the soaring vocals of Opera Night! at Fellini Café Trattoria.
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15. Let the good times roll! You can find a bowling alley in almost every corner of Delco: Bowlero, MacDade Bowl, Playhouse Lanes and Sproul Lanes.
16. Seasons are changing and so are the leaves, so get out and see them! Turn to page 18 for a rundown of scenic spots to enjoy the fall foliage Delaware County has to offer.
17. Whether you’re an experienced hiker, lover of nature or casual walker, the Delco Trail Mix is your perfect guide to explore, walk, bike and hike Delaware County’s parks and trails.
18. Leave your 21st-century conveniences behind and experience life in Delaware County as it was more than 200 years ago with a visit to the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation.
19. Lace up your skates and hit the ice at these great family-friendly rinks: IceWorks, Skatium and Springfield Ice Skating Rink.
20. Bring your mountain bike and pedal through Ridley Creek State Park’s 2,600 acres on a five-mile paved bike trail that meanders through gentle hills, shaded woods and along the creek.
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