Rental Events

05/08/2019 - 7:30pm

As the region’s largest provider of Sports Medicine, St. Luke’s University Health Network is celebrating the region’s top student athletes, sports teams and coaches. A sports medicine provider will also be recognized for excellence.
We call this extraordinary group our St. Luke’s All-Stars. 

St. Luke’s All-Star Awards Night 2019 will be hosted by WFMZ’s Sports Director Dan Moscaritolo and Sports Anchor Jim Vaughn of The Big Ticket, and awards will be presented in person by David Akers, 6-time NFL Pro-Bowler and Philadelphia Eagles Hall-of-Famer. 

  • Pre-program activities and photos, 6:30 PM
  • Attendees must be in their seats by 7:30 PM for the awards program
  • Program airs live on WFMZ from 8 to 9 PM
What to wear: The evening’s dress code is business or neat casual, dressy attire, or sports team jerseys. Graphic tees or ripped jeans are not permitted.


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05/21/2019 - 4:30pm

Keynote Speaker:  Seth Mattison | Workforce Trends Expert presents
The War @ Work: The Hierarchy vs. The Network

You'll also have a chance to congratulate six 2019 Innovation Award Winners.  Last year, more than 450 community leaders attended the iXchange, making it a premier regional business networking event.

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05/31/2019 - 7:00pm

Dancers from Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and professional guest artists will appear in this production, with choreography by Artistic Director Karen Kroninger Knerr; including an original puppet by Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre.  One of the best-loved comedic ballets, Coppélia is an enchanting tale about a mad inventor and the life-like doll he creates.  When a village boy becomes infatuated with the doll (thinking it’s a real girl!), his fiancée becomes unhappy. The ensuing mix-ups and misunderstandings between the two young lovers sets the stage for plenty of hilarity.  With colorful costumes and joyful dancing, this ballet is sure to delight both young and old alike!  Coppélia features the beautiful music of Léo Delibes, a French composer of the Romantic era, who specialized in ballets, operas, and other stage works. He influenced some of the greatest composers, among them Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, and Drigo. Click HERE for PYB website.