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- Swarthmore Farmer's Market 7
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- Broad Table Tavern 1
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Jim Joyce of Swarthmore talks to Folklorist Darcy Fair about his fascinating work with musical artists, his early life in Swarthmore, and his very entertaining and influential grandfather, 'Pops.'
John Alston talks about decades of founding and directing the Chester Children's Chorus
Kourtney walked Simon down to the Inn in Swarthmore where they share a warm meal in front of the fire and enjoyed the snowstorm.
Jean talks about Auggie, her dog, who plays hide and seek. And her future plan to join the Peace Corps.
Janna Rhodes share her first memories of Swarthmore.
Rowan shares a story... the Story of Rapunzel.
The Garfinkel's cat, Buddy got lost. When he came back, he had a broken leg, but they took him to the vet, and he is going to be okay.
Phyllis Hasbrouck talks about her Huguenot heritage, girl scouts, and her mother, Margaret who was her girl scout leader.
1964 World's Fair featured Belgian Waffles... just like the Swarthmore Farmer's Market.
Favorite memories, roofing in Swarthmore, Flyers games, children's ideas of where babies come from.
Community elders, Calvin Coleman and his sister, Betty Ann Wilson discuss growing up in the Historically African American Section of Swarthmore.