Today our collection includes over 1,400 examples of fine and decorative art made by 250 artists of African descent. These numbers grow every year.
This online exhibition presents works by some of these men and women. These works reflect a wide range of creative practices, ideas, and backgrounds.... More Info
In 2020 we were not able to hold our faculty exhibition at the art center, but we are so pleased to be able to present the work of our teachers and workshop instructors on our online gallery. This exhibition will remain on view online during our winter session. A particularly important show, the... More Info
Updated weekly with new content, “Brandywine at Home” is your one-stop shop for engaging virtual tours and curator-led gallery talks of our collection and special exhibitions; at-home art activities for all ages; calming nature videos from our trails and preserves; informative blogs and... More Info
Partnering with art house distributors to bring you films that would otherwise be on the big screen, all virtual screening tickets purchased directly support the Film Society, and help in our mission to remain Philadelphia’s foremost resource for film presentation and education.
HOW TO WATCH –... More Info
Our iconic main building will reopen to the public on Friday, January 8, with new hours following its recent temporary closure mandated by state and city officials to limit the spread of COVID-19. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, January 6.
The museum will be open Friday through Monday. A... More Info
Starring adoptable pets and funny humans including Fred Stoller from Seinfeld, Laurie Kilmartin from Conan and others from HBO, Funny or Die and MTV. this virutal show is sure to make you laugh!
Tickets are $20 and if you use this link 50% of your purchase will be donated to the Morris Animal... More Info
It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD. The first musical from Tony Award winner, Jason Robert Brown (PARADE, BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY),... More Info
Beat the winter blues and head to Chestnut Hill on Ice, January 29 and 30 (Rain Dates: February 5 and 6), for socially distanced ice-themed attractions, including the return of world-renowned ice sculptor Peter Slavin and Philadelphia’s own Ice Sculpture Philly, cold weather activities and cozy... More Info
Amidst a neverending lockdown, what scandalous and life-altering revelations unfold at 2am? Each episode in this original episodic series lets you into the late-night Zoom conversations that no one else was supposed to witness. Tune in for intrigue, rebellion, and betrayal from Americans fighting... More Info
Theater 5 is BMFI’s new online film hub. We’re working to bring you the BMFI programs you love, including exclusive access to new release movies, film introductions and discussions with Film Studies Online, curated selections you can stream at home, and opportunities to connect with a... More Info
We invite you to explore the museum digitally where you can view highlights by selected artists, and learn about donors who have shaped our collection, and search many of the works in the collection with our online database.
POPS in Schools@HOME continues the work of POPS in Schools normally presented throughout the school year at four elementary schools and 11 high schools. Look for new videos, activities, and instructional content – in English and Spanish – on this page each week.
LEARN programs are sorted... More Info
Walk for all fitness levels. Dogs and strollers welcome. Email email@example.com to add your name to our list of walker and receive weekly email updates.
We want to make sure we are all safe once we begin walking as group again. Please note some of the following safety measures we are... More Info
The annual Winterfest includes thousands of sparkling lights, warming cabins, firepits, ice rink, and your favorite seasonal fare from Chickie’s and Pete’s and Skelly’s Amusements, plus creative cocktails, local brews, and more. Winterfest is a dog-friendly site.
Winterfest will be open... More Info
This monthly STEAM-based challenge incorporates inspiring true stories and open-ended creative thinking in simple, fun MakerSpace projects for kids in grades K-5. Take-home kits with the required materials will be available to pick up from the library. Registration will close the day prior to the... More Info
Likely we’ll all still be inside and it will be cold, so look no further!
Join us from 5-7pm at the Narberth Library Bingo Fundraiser. It will take place on Zoom with individuals or teams competing for prizes.
Please support Narberth businesses by visiting our local pubs and restaurants before... More Info
This 5k run will take you through 3 miles of beautiful trails in the Haverford Reserve. Great for beginners and seasoned trail runners alike! All pre-registered runners receive long sleeve racing t-shirts. Light refreshments served after the race.
You can register online here or register the day of... More Info
Join us the for the next Winter in Malvern farmers market on Saturday, February 6th, from 10:00am – 1https://www.growingrootspartners.com/malvern2:00 pm. You can shop in person or pre-order online for pick up.
We’re Not Letting Our Guard Down. All Shoppers And Producers Must Wear Face Masks... More Info
Marqessa Gesualdi, award-winning pastry chef and owner of Aux Petits Delices, will lead a virtual demonstration of how to prepare a heart-shaped chocolate cream puff. All ages and skill levels welcome. Zoom link and ingredients list provided upon registration.
Register online for early bird pricing... More Info
Valentine’s Day Menu- Dine in or Take Out
Order Online at https://palswebstore.fws.store
**Complimentary Red or White Wine**
Croissants with Mango Butter
Spring Mix with Lemon Honey House Dressing
Choice of Appetizer
Charcuterie Tasting Board
Butternut Squash Soup
Choice of Entree
Tender Beef... More Info
There is no other race like this! Scoring for the race will consist of a couple’s COMBINED final times. This a unique and motivational race where it takes 2 to do well! With four couple categories to choose from, there is something for everyone! INDIVIDUALS ARE WELCOME TO RACE.
Learn from experts at Jewish Family and Children’s Service and JEVS Career Strategies on how you can look at your situation to become motivated for this next step even though there has been some discouraging situations.
Here you’ll find simple science activities to try at home with your family, coloring pages, outdoor activities to explore the nature around you, and more! We are constantly adding and changing the contents of this page, so check back often!
This class will focus on moving mindfully with breath and will help you find the space between poses while still retaining the gentle rhythm of a flow yoga class.
This class is suitable for all levels. Beginners are encouraged to attend.
Once Registered you will be sent the link to our Online... More Info
Bring out your cameras and strike a pose – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Jimmy Carter, and the whole gang are ready to meet you! Even honest Abraham Lincoln can’t lie, there is no better place that brings U.S. history to life for all ages. Rub elbows with historical leaders... 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.
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.
The health and safety of staff and volunteers is our highest priority during this volunteer event. Please review “before you go” details.... More Info
Bundle up and don’t let chilly weather stop you from exploring the 2,050 acres of trails, natural lands, historic landmarks and public art of Fairmount Park this winter. The WinTOUR Scavenger Hunt is a free, app-based scavenger hunt that guides participants of all ages on five different park... More Info
Join a curator for an informal discussion of the Lady of the House exhibit, which tells the story of Ruth Wales du Pont and features a fabulous reproduction of her wedding dress, along with objects and images from the Winterthur archives. Included with admission. Members free.
With new health precautions in place, Historic Sugartown is excited to continue offering in-person workshops. Our workshops are limited to 4 participants and 1 instructor to maintain social distancing. All participants and instructors will be required to wear masks as well. New health precaution... More Info
This class introduces participants to sewing techniques not taught in the Bookbinding I class. Participants will hand-sew book signatures together with specialized sewing techniques: French Link Stitch and Double Needle Coptic Stitch all from the comfort and safety of their own home. The class will... More Info
Be sure to dress for the weather and wear walking shoes. In case of inclement weather, an update message will be left at 302.888.4915 approximately 3 hours before the walk. 90 minutes.
**Walks in January and February (Members only) and those held in the evening in summer will leave from the Visitor... More Info
Instructor Ramon Townsend introduces participants to the basic materials and steps employed in traditional book repair work. Participants will be virtually taught basic book repair techniques, and in the process learn about the book’s components and traditional hand bookbinding methods.... More Info
Since you can’t bring your family to Winterthur, we thought we would bring Winterthur to you with some fun and educational activities that will keep kids’ minds active while schools are closed during the COVID-19 outbreak. Preview our website for activities you can print and complete at home.
This treasure house of archaeological discoveries transforms understanding of our shared humanity through the study of objects made by humans along with the study of humans past and present. The Museum has playlists online that help you re-discover a sense of wonder with a few lectures covering a... More Info
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Main Line Committee is presenting a virtual tour of the Main Line’s most unique kitchens for the benefit of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The committee has produced and compiled several instructional and informational videos to take you “behind the scenes” and... More Info