Expertly choreographed acts blend with music performed by the 100-man Big Apple Circus Band. From a contortionist who can twist and turn into mind-boggling shapes to aerial acrobats who become high-flying, super humans amidst a jaw-dropping pyro-technics show, you’ll be amazed and entertained by... More Info
The concerts are held rain or shine at the Township Building Park. In the instance of inclement weather, the concert will be moved indoors. Umbrellas are not permitted, but guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to enjoy the music.
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Produced by the King of Prussia District. Enjoy music from talented musicians in the Philadelphia region and free food samples from your favorite King of Prussia restaurants each week!
BYO friends, colleagues, chairs, blankets and bagged lunch, or enjoy lunch for purchase.
Havertown in Delaware County, PA is known as the 33rd County of Ireland. Everyone is Irish at the 3rd Annual Havertown Irish Festival sponsored by Acme Markets! Bring the whole family to celebrate Irish culture with music, dance, food, beer and fun for all ages in Haverford Township, PA at the... More Info
Crafts from all over the country are featured. Historic Main Street in Manayunk is the host of one of the largest events in the tri-state area. Local and national artist sell handmade items ranging from fiber, glass and ceramics to photography, wood, sculpture, jewelry and more. Enjoy food, music... More Info
Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For 30 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. A guided bus tour reveals one of the most outstanding... More Info
The spectacular Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square is a celebration of light and culture that features artisans from China creating magnificent steel-framed and silk-wrapped giant lighted sculptures, using traditional Chinese methods. The 2019 Festival will illuminate Franklin... More Info
There will be new releases in May and a few movies about pets in June. The theme this summer is A Universe of Stories, so many of the movies in July and August are space-themed. There will also be films that will appeal to teens and adults sprinkled throughout. Upcoming Films: May 21st, -A... More Info
Enjoy unlimited sampling of over 100 specialty brews including delicious, award-winning seasonal ales from the region’s top breweries. Meet many of our amazing animals and their keepers, purchase fresh, local fare from the region’s hippest food trucks and party at a variety of live... More Info
Join us in the Brandywine River Museum of Art’s courtyard with your canine friends to enjoy local wines from Galer Estate Winery and White Horse Winery, a selection of foods created by Chef Mike Kline of the Millstone Cafe, games and live music by the Jayplayers.
We’ll explore the formats, genres, and themes of books for infants through young adults, as well as the publishing landscape for children’s/YA writers. Exercises will help participants generate ideas geared towards young audiences, develop a young voice, and identify potential markets.... More Info
See summer’s every hue as fountains dance, gardens shine, and spirits soar during the vibrant Festival of Fountains. From the colorful Illuminated Fountain Performances … to lively family programming … to good-as-gold horticulture displays, a splashy summer awaits you … day and night.
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Tours are 45-minutes and provide a look into the life of the Rosengarten family and early 20th century life on the Philadelphia Main Line. Advanced reservations are recommended, space on tours is limited.
Members of Urasenke Philadelphia demonstrate a tea ceremony and then provide guests with a bowl of matcha (green tea) and a seasonal sweet treat.
Be prepared to sit on the floor for the duration of the program since chairs availability is limited.
A century later, historian and award-winning author Michael Neiberg examines factors that influenced this treaty – problematic from the beginning – including the roles of the “Big Four” leaders and the enormous challenges facing those who tried to put the world back together after the global... More Info
Janny Scott, a former reporter for the New York Times and author of The Beneficiary: Fortune, Misfortune, and the Story of My Father, will share the history of the Ardrossan Estate and what it was like growing up in the famed home that inspired the film The Philadelphia Story.
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This summer, explore the voices, viewpoints, and experiences of the diverse people of the Revolutionary era. Inside the Museum and on the outdoor plaza, costumed historical interpreters will make history come alive through theatrical performances, dynamic storytelling, and hands-on... More Info