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June Events In and Around Chester County

Written by County Lines Magazine

Our picks for top events this month

Town Tours & Village Walks

June 6–August 15

Join the 30th Town Tours kickoff and West Chester’s 225th anniversary at the Chester County History Center, 225 N. High St., West Chester. Upcoming tours: June 13, Coventryville; June 20, Main Street at Exton; June 27, Upland Farm; July 11, Highland Orchards; July 18, White Horse Village; July 25, Baird House; Aug. 1, Baptist Church in the Great Valley; Aug. 8, Village walk at Coventry Woods; Aug. 15, Yellow Springs. Tours begin at 5:30 p.m. with the last tour leaving at 7 p.m. For details visit

6th Annual Havertown Irish Festival and Crafter Village

June 8

Top Irish bands from Ireland and stateside are featured along with Irish dancers, a Crafter Village offering handmade crafts by over 90 artisans, food trucks, a beer garden and a children’s fun zone. The Kelly Center for Music, Arts and Community, 50 E. Eagle Rd., Havertown. Noon to 8 p.m. Free.



9th Annual Wayne Music Festival

June 8

The festival features a wide range of musical genres and acclaimed artists from all over the country on three stages, as well as over 75 local restaurants and vendors, family-friendly activities, beer gardens and more. N. Wayne Ave., Wayne. 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Free.

Off By One at People’s Light

June 12–July 7

Multi-award winner David Strathairn stars in this poignant world premiere where a wrong-number text brings strangers together in a web of curiosity and memory. Written by Emmy Award-winner Joseph Dougherty and directed by Abigail Adams. 39 Conestoga Rd., Malvern. Times and tickets, 610-644-3500;

3rd Annual Jasper Street Jam

June 14 & 15

The festival features six great bands playing Texas swing, American roots, blues, Brazilian jazz and rock ‘n’ roll. This family-friendly event includes 2SP Brewing Co., Scooped Ice Cream, street food and arts & crafts for children inside Media Arts Council. BYO lawn chair if you’d like. Rain date, June 16. Between Jackson & Monroe Sts. (enter through Media Arts Council at 11 E. State St.), Media. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. $10; 12 and under, free.