A number of hard-working citizen groups are based in or serve Narberth Borough. They represent a variety of interests and needs. Please feel free to contact them directly for more information about their activities and opportunities for you to get involved. For additional contact information, please call the Borough Office at (610) 664-2840.
If your citizen group based in Narberth would like to be listed on this site, or if you would like to expand the information shown here for a group you represent, please contact Borough Hall at the above telephone number during regular business hours.
American Legion, Post 356Commander John Nardi, Contact 610-664-5504
All veterans are always welcome to join our Post. 2002 is our 83rd year of service.
Bala Cynwyd-Narberth Lions ClubJack Binstead, Contact 610-664-6989
Each year we raised thousands of dollars for the blind and for many local charities. For a business person or an area resident, Lionism is an established, traditional, respected way to use some of your spare time to help those in need.
Boy ScoutsPat Guinnane at troop176_Narberth@verizon.net . Visit our web site www.narberthtroop176.org
Cub ScoutsJeff Stubanas, Contact 215-284-0746 or e-mail Beth DiCicco at email@example.com
Elder-Net of Lower Merion & NarberthRuth Sperber, Executive Director, M.S.S., L.S.W., Contact
E-Mail to: R.Sperber@eldernetonline.org
Offers free volunteer services to elderly and disabled residents with low-moderate incomes. Services, some with income limits, include:
- Escort driving
- Grocery shopping
- Daily telephone reassurance calls
- Respite care
- Help with odd jobs, etc.
- Information & referrals for community services
Please see the Five-mile Run website for more information about the most recent or upcoming race.
Girl ScoutsBunny Nardi, Contact 610-664-5504
Junior Women's Community Club of Narberth
Kami Pulsifer, President
The Junior Women's Community Club of Narberth is an organization whose main objective remains focused on promoting charitable work in our community. Our motto is "Fellowship, Service and Sociability". Local charities supported by the group include Eldernet, NICE, the Narberth Girls Basketball League, the Narberth Community Library, the "Race for the Cure," Canine Companions for Independence, Mommy's Light Lives On and many others. The Club welcomes as members, women who live in Narberth and its surrounding areas. The Club meets the first Thursday of most months at 8 PM in the Girl Scout Room, next to the Narberth Library. For more information, email Kami Pulsifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the Club's facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/groups/352298409784/.
Lower Merion Historical SocietyJerry Francis, Contact 610-664-3216 ; www.lowermerionhistory.org
Narberth Area Garden Club
- Linda Pitt, President
Contact email: email@example.com
Narberth Athletic AssociationKathleen McNulty,President- contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about current and upcoming Athletic Association programs, please check our web page
- Narberth Boys Basketball - www.narberthbasketball.net
Narberth Business Association
The Narberth Business Association’s mission is to promote Narberth as a great place to live, visit, shop, and do business. We grow all our businesses by reaching out to Narberth residents and our neighbors in the nearby communities, and giving them good reasons to visit Narberth and patronize our establishments.
President: Pat Dailey, Maido!
Treasurer: Tracy Tumolo, Sweet Mabel
Secretary: Jeff Asay, Edward Jones
Narberth Business Association
PO Box 334
Narberth, PA 19072
Narberth Civic Association
A non-profit, non-partisan organization promoting the civic interests of the residents and businesses of Narberth. Join us and support our mission! Visit our website at www.narberthcivic.org for information, News of Our Town, archived historical documents and more. Contact us at NCA@narberthcivic.org or P.O. Box 88, Narberth, Pa. 19072, or check out our Facebook page under Narberth Civic Association. We meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month except for July and August.
Narberth Democratic ClubNancy Lotz, Contact -www.narberthdemocraticclub.org
Narberth Fourth of July Committee, Inc.Glenn Gray, President
The 4th of July Committee is a non-profit corporation, whose primary focus is to raise funds to provide services and equipment for children. Over the years the committee has donated substantial sums for playground equipment, children's continuing programs and capital improvements that benefit children. The entire organization functions on volunteers from the community who willingly give of their time to provide community celebrations, including:
- Easter Egg Hunt
- 4th of July Daytime Program
- 4th of July Evening Program and Fireworks
- Pumpkin Painting
- Halloween Parade
- Santas Claus and Carolling at the Narberth Train Station
If you would like to help, contact us directly or through the Borough Office.
to join the fun of the
NARBERTH 4TH OF JULY COMMITTEE
"Were Fireworks, and a Whole Lot More!"
Since 1972, the Narberth 4th of July Committee has organized the Boroughs July 4th celebration an all-day, all-community, all-around-family-fun, red-white-and-blue blowout of games, food, music and fireworks!
But were more than just fireworks. The Committee sponsors a year-round schedule of family-oriented activities, including an Easter Egg Hunt, "Battle of the Bands" competition for high school musicians, childrens movie nights, summer concerts in the park, and Halloween parade and scarecrow contest.
Our non-profit, all-volunteer organization depends on the hard work and generous support of Narberths neighbors and friends to keep alive this tradition of family fun. If youd like to volunteer, for one event or the whole year, or want to learn more about the committee, ask any of our members
Narberth Girls Basketball - www.ngbbl.com
Narberth Community Theaterwww.narberthcommunitytheatre.org
Narberth War Memorial CommitteeThank you for your contributions and continued support. Additional contributions may be sent to: Narberth War Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 173, Narberth, PA 19072
Dewees Stuart, Contact
New Horizons Senior CenterA community Resource for Adults Age 55+
206 Price Avenue (United Methodist Church of Narberth) Programs include:
- Lifelong Learning Program- classes in creative writing, music appreciation, drawing and painting, jewelry making, monthly book club
- Computer Education, featuring hands on instruction with a 1 to 4 teacher-student ratio in a state of the art computer lab
- Recreational programs, including an award-winning Glee Club, line dancing, a crocheting-knitting circle, Piano Cafe, bridge garden club and day and overnight trips.
- Health and Wellness Services, with classes in Gentle Yoga and weight-training exercise programs, low-cost chair massage, annual flu and pneumonia immunizations.
- Daily deli-style lunches and monthly holiday luncheons featuring musical entertainment. Meals are prepared by Main Line Deli in Narberth.
- Supportive services, including grocery shopping assistance, free hearing testing, Medicare counseling, low cost wills and free income tax assistance.
- New Horizons Senior
Center is open Monday to Friday 9:15 AM - 1:15 PM. Call 610-664-2366 to receive
a calendar of events. If you are in the neighborhood, New Horizons invites you to visit
the center to expand your interests, knowledge and friendships.
Since 1967, the volunteers of N.I.C.E (Narberth Improvement & Cleanup Endeavor ) have created, expanded, enhanced and maintained the gardens throughout the business district, all along Haverford Avenue, outside the tunnel to Wynnewood Road, and the North and South side train stations and parking lots.
N.I.C.E needs your help now more then ever. Because our volunteers find less time to give and more good causes to give it to, N.I.C.E has decided the best way to continue serving Narberth is to use your donations to pay professional landscapers to maintain the N.I.C.E gardens. Of course we will oversee the work of these contractors ( Charles Friel, Inc in 2008-2009) and put every dollar of your donation to good use.
- (Narberth Improvement & Clean-up Endeavor)
Dennis Manley, Contact
Your spirit of volunteerism and financial contributions help us to keep Narberth the nicest town on the Main Line.
Republican Committee of Lower Merion-Narberth - www.lowermerionvote.org
The Moms' Connection
The Moms' Connection aims to support stay-at-home and working mothers as they strive to create a nurturing environment for their children. The organization connects mothers and children through activities and philantanthropic outreach within its community.
Women's Center of Montgomery County Domestic Violence Project14 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Suite 207-209
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
(610) 535-1427 Fax: (610) 525-1429
Offering services and information to women in crisis
Women's Community Club of NarberthBorough Hall, 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA 19072
- Eleanor Vadala, President 610-664-6889
The Women's Community Club of Narberth (WCCN) is a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. We sponsor a variety of activities, all held on Tuesdays. The activities include card parties, teas and entertainment, literature/programs, and an Annual Scholarship Card Party held in October and March. General meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month at noon.
WCCN supports the following projects and activities:
- County project - Laurel House
- Eldernet of Lower Merion and Narberth
- Hospices Community Health Affiliates
- Narberth Fire Company
- Narberth Fourth of July Celebration
- Narberth Memorial Day Parade
- N.I.C.E. Memory Garden
- Scholarships - Lower Merion and Harriton High Schools
- Senior Outreach Services - Ardmore
- State project