Looking for a way to spend less time in the kitchen this Thanksgiving, and more time with friends and family? Here are some of the local options for a prepared holiday feast. Be aware of order deadlines. Any changes or new options we learn of will be posted here. If you have any suggestions, comment here or email us.
Carlino’s - Ardmore
Always a dependable option, Carlino’s has a huge Thanksgiving menu, complete with turkey, sides, appetizers and desserts. Order by November 18. See the menu and order online here
Manny’s Place - Bala
Order turkey dinner, with all the sides and dessert, for parties of two, six, or ten. Order by November 19. The menu and order form are here.
Sontuosa - Bryn Mawr
Order a complete Thanksgiving dinner from Sontuosa, complete with turkey, soup, salad, sides, and dessert for $60 per person. Order by November 14. Call 484-222-6216
DiBruno Bros. - Ardmore
DiBrunos has a wide selection, including turkey, duck and beef tenderloin, with all the sides. They are taking orders until November 16 at 3pm or while supplies last. The menu and online ordering page are here.
Tank & Libby’s - Drexel Hill
Order individual items or whole meals for parties of 3-5 and 10-12. The menu is here. Order no later than November 18, by emailing Chef@tankandlibbys.com or calling 484-455-7527
Any changes or new options we learn of will be posted here. If you have any suggestions, comment here or email us.
Kids in Lower Merion and Narberth have it made with all the fun stuff to do here every Halloween. But - before we get to the events for the kids, here's the World Series schedule for the Phillies this weekend:
There are two upcoming recycle/disposal events:
Electronics Recycling - October 16
Household Hazardous Waste Collection - October 23
Both LM and Narberth residents can drop off household hazardous waste (not commercial or construction waste) at drop-off events scheduled throughout the year. The next event is Sunday, October 23 at Lower Merion Transfer Station, 1300 N Woodbine Ave, Penn Valley. Registration is required - register here.
About this event
Montgomery County events are following state guidelines and public health restrictions:
• If you need your gas can or container returned, please tape a note to it stating that you want to keep it.
• You must stay in your car while in the event site.
• You may arrive any time within your registered appointment window.
• Please print out your ticket if possible or write your name and appointment time on a piece of paper.
• If you cannot attend the event, please cancel your appointment through your Eventbrite ticket or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org , as others may be waiting for an opening.
• NO TVS, ELECTRONICS OR APPLIANCES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
• Review the acceptable and unacceptable materials list here
Here are some upcoming local trash and recycling events. For more information about trash and recycling in Lower Merion and Narberth, check out this post that we try to keep as updated as possible.
Narberth residents have their annual Spring Cleanup from June 6-10.
Narberth Spring Cleanup
It’s almost time for Spring Cleanup Week - otherwise known as Junk Week. Spring Clean Up Week is June 6-10. This is the week that the Borough collects items which are not normally removed by the garbage men. Items that are NOT collected include building materials, hazardous waste, like paint and pesticides, appliances, and lawn & garden waste.
Put all your stuff out on the curb on Sunday, June 5. Some people will have yard sales that weekend (June 4-5) to try to sell items before they hit the curb pile. If you have furniture to donate, see below for how you can leave it out (and tag it) for the Philadelphia Furniture Bank. The Borough schedule of target dates for pickup is above, but the volume of stuff affects and can change the schedule. Unless you're certain, it's best to just put everything out on Sunday.
Browsing through your neighbor's curb pile is quite OK - nobody will mind as look as you leave the area looking as good as when you got there. (In other words, don't make a mess.) People from neighboring towns may also cruise down the street, looking for things to reuse or recycle. It's important to make sure you don't leave bikes or other items near the curb that week, just so there are no misunderstandings as to what is or isn't free for the taking.
Note for LM residents: Lower Merion residents don't have the same Spring Cleanup Week that Narberth has. LM holds a number of free dump cleanup weekends each year. Two were already held this Spring. There is one more, on Saturday, October 1st & Sunday, October 2nd from 9am – 4pm
For more information about trash and recycling in Lower Merion and Narberth, check out this post that we try to keep as updated as possible.