September 22, 2015
While there is no simple solution to the nation’s growing health crisis, it is evident that if everyone were to become physically active, the savings for individuals, employers, and the nation would be dramatic.
Working adults spend a substantial portion of their week in the workplace. In 2014, U.S. employees were on the job an average of 7.8 hours per day, or about one-half of their waking hours. This makes the workplace a useful and practical setting for introducing health and wellness-related initiatives that will benefit employees and their families, as well as employers.
Under the Affordable Care Act, employers with a qualifying wellness program can lower healthcare premiums up to 30% to encourage and reward participation. Companies also can offer employees incentives for participating in educational seminars or biometric screenings, as long as they are not tied to specific outcomes or results. Proven corporate wellness programs, like the ones offered at acac, are a win-win for all involved. Continue reading
September 16, 2015
Join us in Town Center for our Affair on the Square running from 11-3 on Saturday, October 10th. The event will feature crafters, activities for dogs, a juggler, a face painter and more to come!
We will be starting the morning with Pedal4Cam’s bicycle ride for childhood cancer at 8am!
Pedal4Cam is meant to be a fun(draising) bicycle event for persons of all ages and abilities! Road bike, paved trail, and mountain bike options. Even a Pedal Parade for the youngest riders! Bicycle in good working condition and helmet required.
Registration starts at 7:00am in Eagleview Town Center! The Pedal4Cam event will run from 8am to 1pm with staggered ride starts. To register for Pedal4Cam click here!
For details about the different routes offered click here. (Ride maps are coming soon!)
After your ride don’t forget to browse around Town Center for some fall fun!
See you in Town Center on October 10th.
September 10, 2015
The market is still open rain or shine, today (Sept 10th)! Stop by and get your goods! Everyone is set up in the parking lot adjacent to the tree grove! Don’t forget there are fall flavored foods now available! Click here to check out who is there right now!
September 3, 2015
We know children will find mentors, but why leave it up to chance? 1,200 children in the Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties are waiting to meet their Big Brother or Big Sister. Can you mentor one?
The time commitment is just 2 – 4 times a month, and you spend time with a child doing things you both enjoy, like cooking, playing sports or just talking.
The best part is it works. Independent research proves children with Big Brothers and Big Sisters have greater confidence, do well in school and have better relationships with their friends and family. In fact, 81% of former Littles surveyed agreed their Big gave them hope & changed their perspective of what they thought possible.
Help “Make It Big” this year. Sign up to attend an information session to learn about becoming a volunteer.
Contact Garfield Jackson at 484.404.2457 or email@example.com.
Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern PA by visiting www.makeitbig100.org or calling 215.790.9200.
August 27, 2015
“There are lots of reasons to support local businesses, whether it’s mom-and-pop hardware stores or neighborhood farmers’ markets. But when you buy from an independent bookseller, you’re doing something more. You’re helping to keep alive an important force in making our national literary culture more diverse, interesting and delightful. Your shelves are full of books that wouldn’t be there if not for indie booksellers you’ve never met, struggling to get by in shops you’ve never heard of. That’s why it’s so important to support the one next door.
Squeezed first by chain stores like Barnes and Noble and later by online retailers like Amazon, these beloved neighborhood staples are a dying breed. ”
We have two great independent bookstores here in Eagleview Town Center. The Wellington Square Bookshop and The Eagle’s Nest Christian Bookstore. Supporting independent businesses and watching them grow is something that Eagleview finds valuable. Smaller bookstores have the flexibility to help out the up and coming writers get their name out there. Everyone has a dream and sometimes these big chain stores get in the way of allowing smaller companies to grow. Our bookstores help our community come together through book clubs and other events that our bookstores host. Make sure you check them out and thank them for being there to help make our Eagleview community great!
Click here to read more of the article written by the Salon.
Wellington Square Bookshop
549 Wellington Square | Eagleview Town Center | Exton, PA
610.458.1144 | wellingtonsquarebooks.com
The Eagle’s Nest Christian Bookstore
574 Wharton Blvd | Eagleview Town Center | Exton, PA
610.458.7521 | licministries.com
August 24, 2015
Unfortunately the summer is winding down and the weather is getting cooler as we approach fall. We would love it if you and your family would come celebrate the end of this great summer with us! Join us down in Town Center this Tuesday, August 25th from 7-9pm for some great music and our series finale fireworks show!
Gedeon Luke and The People will be playing a headline show from 7-8:30pm followed by our fireworks show!
In case their is bad weather tomorrow the rain date for the finale will be August 27th.
Don’t forget your food donation to the Chester County Food Bank, blankets, chairs, friends, family, and snacks!
We hope to see you there!
August 20, 2015
Spend your lunch hour with a child who needs an extra friend.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania (BBBS SEPA) has partnered with Bentley Systems, located at 685 Stockton Drive here in Eagleview, for several years to match volunteer “Bigs” with “Littles” from the local community in a workplace mentoring program. Bigs and Littles meet at Bentley Systems offices every other Tuesday during lunch time throughout the school year. BBBS SEPA has even more kids this year who would like to be involved in the program, so they’re looking for a few good Bigs who can join the Bentley Systems Beyond School Walls program – can you help?
With BBBS SEPA’s mentoring program, you don’t need to change your life, or your schedule, to impact the life of a child who needs a role model.
As a mentor, or “Big Brother” or “Big Sister,” you will meet with a student at Bentley’s office during your work day, once every other week, for an hour. Play games, enjoy lunch together, or just talk. Your nine month commitment and bi-weekly companionship will make a BIG impact! Students in BBBS Beyond School Walls Mentoring Programs feel more competent academically, are less likes to skip school and feel that they would attend and finish college – that’s a lot of impact for a few hours a month!
BBBS SEPA provides each “Big” with a Program Coordinator who is always there to answer any questions along the way.
Becoming a Big Brother or Big Sisters with BBBS SEPA is easy. To find out more, or to start the application process contact Elizabeth Caldarola at firstname.lastname@example.org. BBBS SEPA will set up a time to meet with you at your office for our new volunteer interview to help us make the best “match” for you!
August 11, 2015
**UPDATE: The weather looks to be clearing out in time for the concert this evening. Be sure to join us starting at 7pm!**
We’ve had to frequently check the radar this morning (which has become our weekly Tuesday custom), but the show is currently proceeding as scheduled for tonight at 7pm!
All weather updates will be made here on InEagleview.com and on Eagleview Town Center social media (Facebook | Twitter).
Tonight’s show features a co-bill of:
Lindi Ortega | lindiortega.ca
Matt Andersen | stubbyfingers.ca
We are really looking forward to these bands tonight & we hope you bring clear skies along with your can food donation, lawn chairs and blankets!
July 28, 2015
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we’ve had to adjust this year’s Movie Nights schedule. We want to make sure everyone has a wonderful time at the movies here in Eagleview Town Center, and that starts with knowing what movie you’ll be seeing. Make sure you have the correct upcoming Movie Night movies on your calendar!
The remainder of the 2015 Movie Night season is as follows:
Next Wednesday, AUGUST 5
Wednesday, AUGUST 19
Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 2 – Classic Movie Night!
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Continue reading
July 21, 2015
“Vibrational healing generally does not use physical manipulation but employs only light or no touching of the body. Instead it influences your energy systems, mind, and Soul to correct and rebalance themselves through the healing and restorative frequencies and active consciousness of constitutionally “perfect” energies such as Reiki, White Light, sound, physical light, color, flowers and plants, and crystals and gemstones— to name a few. Their subtle vibrations can dissolve, flush, or help release these blockages, restoring balance and the healthy flow of subtle and Life Force energies in your body, mind, and Spirit. Some of these energies bring changes that are fast and act physically while some work slower and deeper. Often it is best to use them in combination and adjust them as things change. What is needed for any individual’s energy to be restored and maintained varies on a case-by-case basis and is best managed by an experienced healer working in concert with them. The real story comes back to the fact that healing is not separate from Life but an integral part of our growth, and that each life is an individual journey of the Soul.”
To read more about vibrational healing, click here.
Simply Yoga Studios in Eagleview Town Center is hosting a vibrational healing session on July 25th from 1-2:30pm. A student of Debra’s at Simply Yoga writes, “during the session you are laying comfortably on your back while Debra works her magic all around and over you. With the use of music, the gong and the crystal healing bowls as her tools, she helps you to transcend the physical to a safe space where you can discover your inner vision.”
Register online to take part in the upcoming vibrational healing session or click here to discover the other workshops Simply Yoga Studios has to offer!
Simply Yoga Studios
598 Wharton Blvd | Eagleview Town Center | Exton PA
610.306.4730 | SimplyYogaStudios.com