The festival celebrates the richness, complexity, and diversity of Jewish experiences by screening a series of Jewish short films in all genres. Films will run up to 40 minutes, and are intended to engage, educate, entertain, and inspire the community. Screening Discussions will be held weekly... More Info
All Adults 55 and Over are invited to log into Zoom from August 2 to August 6, and join New Horizons Senior Center for a fun and engaging week of musically themed programs. Each morning, at 10:30 AM, a different speaker will offer a unique perspective on a particular musician or historical musical... More Info
Celebrate Halloween in August this year! Everyone loves Spookley, a square pumpkin living in a round pumpkin patch on Holiday Hill Farm. Shunned by the other pumpkins, Spookley meets three hilarious spiders who convince him that, square or not, he has a right to be the pick of the patch!
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Red Desert Motel is a roots-rock duo from South Jersey playing originals and well chosen covers. Their music reflects the rural highways of where they’re from. They formed over a mutual love of Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Townes Van Zandt and John Prine.
Think of them as Johnny Cash meets the Clash.
Summer Stage’s 2021 Mainstage production is based on the classic novel which inspired a Disney movie. This charming new Broadway musical tells the tale of Winnie Foster as she yearns for excitement beyond her white picket fence. In the woods Winnie discovers the Tuck family with their extraordinary... More Info
Talented young performers from the area take the stage to showcase their abilities. Student Stage features Singers, Songwriters, Musicians who are ready to perform before a LIVE and streaming audience.
Presented by Daryl Hall & John Oates at Mann Center for the Performing Arts
HoagieNation, is a celebration of Philly food, music, and culture, including live music on two stages. Performances by Daryl Hall & John Oates, Squeeze, Kool & The Gang, just to name a few! Free hoagie tastings, food trucks, local craft beer and spirit offerings will also be available. A portion... More Info
Emma Katz, a spunky 10-year old, is the fiercest Viking in Swarthmore, PA searching for real adventures. Based on a true story, Emma takes us on her quest to save the library and bring a real Viking ship to her backyard. If you like pirates you will love our Vikings!
Yo, Vikings! was originally... More Info
These days Richard Bush tends to kick around the Philadelphia music scene with his pop-rock band The Peace Creeps, but some 30 years ago, he was one of the frontrunners of the city’s New Wave scene in The A’s. The freewheeling band put out two full-length albums on Arista records and one... More Info
Join us for the last movie of the season which will be the animated movie, Raya and the Last Dragon (rated PG).
Bring your own blankets, chairs and whatever makes you comfortable! Lawn seating will be first come, first-served.
Presented by Opera Philadelphia at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
Two of opera’s most thrilling tenors, Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres, come together for an evening of vocal pyrotechnics, picnics under the stars, and a dazzling fireworks display! Part of the Mann’s Summer Picnic Series.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed... More Info
Featuring eight magicians, each exhibiting a different specialty area within the magical arts from close-up sleight-of-hand artistry to classic stage magic; from comedy magic to mentalism; and everything in-between!
You and your pooch can join us after regular zoo hours on select Thursday nights, from 5:30PM – 7:30PM (last admission at 6:30PM). Guests and their furry friends will enjoy drink and food specials at our Zoo Brew Beer Garden.
Wednesdays through August, storytime will be outdoors in the gazebo next to the library. Miss Mackenzie reads books aloud and has a craft prepared.
Weather permitting. Check Narberth Library’s Instagram and Facebook page for updates.
Enjoy mimosas, adoptable puppies, and a Saturday morning peaceful flow. Our hour-long yoga session with Cait Egan will begin at 11 am. Our adoptable puppies will be present for you to meet and stretch it out with! Join us after to enjoy some mimosas, more time with the dogs, and... More Info
It’s a peach and shopping lover’s paradise with plenty of peachy treats, sizzling shopping deals and family fun! Savor the flavors of all things peach from savory to sweet at the restaurants and weekend outdoor food tent. Satisfy your shopping desires as well as your tastebuds by checking out... More Info
Various talented performers take the stage for Zoo Revue, including musicians, young actors, magicians and more! All performances take place on the stage located next to the bison feeding deck and across from Zoo Brew Beer Garden.
Paddleboarding, or SUP as it’s commonly called, builds core body strength while allowing you to enjoy scenic lakes, coves and inlets. This exciting introduction course is a great way to learn the fundamentals of stand-up paddleboarding and essential water skills for being safe on the water.... More Info
At Petapalooza, the Chestnut Hill Business District and Weavers Way Co-op join forces to celebrate our four-legged friends, with a variety of activities for both animals and their favorite humans along Germantown Avenue.
Treat your furry pals to a day of refreshing doggie pools, free samples and... More Info
Fans of all ages are invited to visit the “Pitch” (which is free to all visitors) and partake in its soccer challenges and interactives while also registering support for Philadelphia’s bid to host matches.
This exhibit also encourages people to share their soccer memories – as both... More Info
Children, (Ages 3-6), are invited on an adventure! Visit Jenkins’ glorious gardens with a guided nature walk and hands-on activities. Children must be walking (no strollers) and must be accompanied by an adult. Rain or shine.
The Devon Yard farmers market is a producer-only farmers market, supporting small farms and food-makers who grow, raise, and make everything they sell. Shop the market to source high quality, local food and meet the people who make it happen. Know your farmer, know your food!
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Discover how herbs were used in the Middle Ages, train for a medieval battle, apprentice to become a scribe, stonemason, or stained-glass artist, and explore the religious beliefs and practices of Europe in the Middle Ages in this choose-your-own-adventure style tour. Suitable for families and... More Info
Join our staff for adventures in the Winterthur Garden and wider Estate. Learn about Winterthur’s history, design, and plants on these leisurely strolls through the estate then stop for some refreshments in picturesque locations to enjoy hors d’oeuvres along with curated selections of hard and... More Info
Presented by PHS Pop Up Garden at Manayunk at PHS Pop Up Garden at Manayunk
The PHS Pop Up Garden at Manayunk is now open for the season. Visitors are welcome to experience the garden’s unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts and to explore the newly designed site with an abundance of blooming, beautiful plants. Guests of all ages as well as pets are encouraged to... More Info
Presented by Philadelphia Flea Markets at Valley Fair Shopping Center 260 W. Swedesford Rd.
Featuring a collection of curated vendors from the tri-state area, including antiques, collectibles, vintage jewelry and clothing, primitives, pottery, artwork and more. Vendors will be located inside and outside.
Free Admission and Free Parking!
Presented by Center for Creative Arts at Center for Creative Arts
Our monthly outdoor event will be a blend of a farmers market and our annual artisan show. A way to bring our community together to support our local artists and food growers. The market will feature fine handmade products from local vendors as well as the occasional musical performance and food... More Info
On the fourth Thursday of the month (through September), Jenkins will be open for picnicking through the gardens. Pack your own snacks and beverages, or pre-order delicious bites and brews from our neighbors at La Cabra Brewing Smokehouse(An online Pre-ordering link will be provided one week prior... More Info
Learn more about this one-of-a-kind space on a guided 60-minute behind-the-scenes tour. Traveling from above ground to the vast tunnel system hidden below, you’ll learn that beauty runs deep in this immersive entertaining experience. This tour will run select days July through October, and... More Info
Grab gloves and join staff and fellow volunteers in weeding, planting, mulching, and other seasonal garden projects.
Volunteering with Natural Lands is a great way to learn more about the natural world, give your time to a great cause, and connect with like-minded people. Capacity is limited for... More Info
Prevent excess rainwater runoff by installing a hard-working yet beautiful rain garden on your property. The class is taught by Sam Hoadley, Manager of Horticultural Research at the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware. Sam presents the basic elements of rain garden installation and maintenance, a list of... More Info
We awaken Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty, complete with graceful fountains and soaring fireworks, for a beautiful evening beyond your wildest dreams.
Spirits take flight with our unforgettable Fireworks & Fountains Shows.
Per Pennsylvania’s May 31 lifting of pandemic restrictions, Fireworks &... More Info
Join us for a 90-minute guided night tour on the serene Marsh Creek Lake. Kayaks and life jackets provided. Bring your own flashlight to see what creatures you can uncover after the sun goes down!
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Enjoy a picnic on the plantation and celebrate the harvest by picking hops from the vine and watching colonial and 21st-century brewers make beer. Other activities including live music, hearth cooking, textile and long rifle demonstrations and talks.
Chanticleer Gardens will open at 8:00am on select Saturdays in 2021. Regular admission fees apply and parking reservations are required.
Maps of the garden are available at the Entrance Desk to help you plan your visit.