For the exhibition, The Clay Studio asked 50 artists to each choose two women who embody the spirit of female empowerment and honor them by making a modern-day commemorative plate. Tour the exhibit then shop for handmade ceramics and gifts.
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.
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Salsa in the Suburbs was created in order to bring the vibrant energy that is found in the Philadelphia Salsa Community to the suburbs. Salsa in the Suburbs utilizes dance as a vehicle to enhance and change lives. Among the various offerings, Salsa, Ballroom, Tap, and Zumba. Both In-Person... More Info
Wildlife Photographer of the Year harnesses the power of photography to promote the discovery, understanding and responsible enjoyment of the natural world. Organized and produced by the Natural History Museum in London, it is one of the longest running and most prestigious photography... More Info
This “open mic” page was created for musicians, story tellers, comedians and anyone that wants to express themselves during this time of mostly closed entertainment venues. The page boasts almost 15K members and hosts several shows a week with some seriously talented people.
Local artists will dazzle with their original chalk designs. There will also be live porchside styled music by Jeiris Cook and Hot Club Philly, an ensemble dedicated to playing Gypsy Jazz..
Social distancing and masks required.
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.
Trinity Presbyterian Church’s Spotlight Concert Series (Berwyn, PA) continues on Saturday, October 17th at 7pm with the return of three Country Music #1 hit-makers. Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Craig Bickhardt (“In Between Dances”-Pam Tillis) and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame... More Info
Forget tourist-filled museums, make your own memories with a photo scavenger hunt tour in Philadelphia! On a Let’s Roam scavenger hunt, you and your team will work together to wander throughout Philadelphia, racking up points and laughs along the way. Homegrown Freedom is the perfect small group... More Info
Beginning August 12th streets will be closed TWO NIGHTS PER WEEK, Wednesdays AND Thursdays for outdoor dining and shopping opportunities. Streets will close at 4:30 and will re-open by 11PM. There’s plenty of convenient parking and most shops stay open late so you can Stroll, Shop and... More Info
Enjoy shopping and dining on a traffic-free Gay Street(Gay Street, from Matlack to Darlington Streets (4 blocks)!
The open-air format will allow West Chester businesses to expand their offerings in a socially distanced setting. Cross streets will remain open to traffic.
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Presented by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation at Nationwide
Turn awareness into action, by joining The Million Mile, the largest childhood cancer awareness challenge that funds researchers so they can find better treatments and more cures for kids battling cancer.
Whether you are a casual walker, an avid cyclist or a triathlete, YOU can make a difference in... More Info
Since 2010, the Upper Merion Farmers Market has been a staple in the community. Enjoy the farm-fresh goods and sustainable products from more than two dozen local farmers and producers who can’t wait to share their labors with you!
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A story walk is an activity where you will take a stroll along the trail around the playground with your kids, and along the way, Eric Carle’s stories will slowly unfold page by page, posted along the trail! Some pages will be obvious; others will have signs that point you in the right direction!
Conshohocken Restaurant Week(s) is back, and due to the pandemic and limited seating, this dining event has been extended to two weeks and each restaurant will set its own menu and pricing! In addition to expanding to two weeks, restaurants have more flexibility on menu pricing and have the... More Info
St. David’s Episcopal Church will hold a drive-through exhibition, entitled The ThoroughFair on Saturday, October 3 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. This event is the first of a trio of upcoming events being held by the church as alternatives to the traditional St. David’s Country Fair and Auction and... More Info
Many of us have been looking for ways to help others during this difficult time, and blood donation is a wonderful way to make a difference! The Carol H. Axelrod Memorial Blood Drive in Haverford Township will be working to save lives while following strict protocols to ensure the safety of all... More Info
Bring the little ones for a fun-filled afternoon for princesses, ghosts and superheroes of all ages. Make sure to bring your trick-or-treat bag, as treat and activity stations will be located throughout the zoo. Come dressed in your creative costume and enter our costume contest and parade. Adults... More Info
Derby @ the Vineyard is a non-ticketed spectator event organized by Paradox Country Farm and hosted by Penns Woods Winery!
The derby (a two-round horse-jumping competition) will take place at the fields behind our vineyard. This area is just a short walk from our Tasting Room. Picnic tables will be... More Info
Presented by McKaig Nature Center at Old Roberts Schoolhouse
As beautiful as it as challenging, this 5K features over three miles of hilly terrain with several stream crossings and switchbacks. Monkey Rock Miler (walk to Monkey Rock and ring the bell) begins at 8:40 AM, and the Kids Race (lap or two around Roberts Elementary School) starts at 9:00 AM.
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This upcoming blood drive is critical to ensure the American Red Cross can meet all blood needs, especially during the coronavirus crisis. As of June 15, 2020, the American Red Cross will include COVID-19 Antibody Testing with every donation. Additionally, any donors who have fully recovered from... More Info
Join us on Wednesday, October 28(or anytime you can run) for our first-ever virtual 5K supporting Breastcancer.org! Make your own course at a nearby location (a trail, a park or simply around your neighborhood), and encourage your family, friends and pets to join in on the fitness fun. Registration... More Info
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment at the National Constitution Center. The exhibit traces the triumphs and struggles that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment, along with profiles of the many women who transformed constitutional history, including Elizabeth Cady... More Info
To join, please email Ruth Berman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 2 – The Dutch House by Anne Patchett
October 7 – Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd
November 4 – Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
December 2 – The Last Year of the War by Susan Meissner
January 6 – The Book Woman of... More Info
Join more than 100,000 gardeners across the region to become a grower, sharer or donor. By pledging to Harvest 2020, community members increase the supply of healthy fresh food for themselves and those in need.
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Designed by architect Junzo Yoshimura, Shofuso was built in Japan in 1953 using traditional techniques and materials. It was shipped to New York and exhibited in the courtyard of the Museum of Modern Art in New York before moving to West Fairmount Park in 1958. In 2007, international... 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 outside the former Mealy’s Furniture Store in Valley Fair.
Seven lectures on various topics by and about women influencers, creators, thinkers and disruptors held over two months. Teachers can earn up to 3 recertification credits.
Series Schedule – Tuesdays September & October: (To register for 4 or more lectures, please call 800.448.3883. To register for... More Info
Witness firearm demonstrations, drills, and camp life, in addition to learning what life was like for civilians during wartime. No visitors will be admitted to the Plantation after the battles have begun, so please arrive before the scheduled battle times.
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Each season we select a book for our first meeting to read together that covers a theme or time period of history. For our second session, the group reads from a list of books on the same topic to delve further into the theme. For September, the group will read around the theme of Native... More Info
With its first structures built in the 1690s, the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation is host to a number of possible hauntings. Spirits at Sunset offers visitors ages 13+ the opportunity to use ghost hunting equipment to explore four of the Plantation’s oldest and most storied buildings, while the... More Info
Forest bathing (also known as Forest Therapy) is a mindful experience, taking us out of our thinking brains and into our senses. It has shown to reduce stress, blood pressure, increase energy and improve mood and sleep. In this family-friendly walk, a certified guide takes you through a playful... More Info
We’re keeping the spirit of Historic Sugartown’s Summer Biergartens alive with another Brew-Thru! This time, Rigatoni’s Mobile Crabcakes will be the featured food truck! Locust Lane Craft Brewery and Chaddsford Winery will be back to offer their local brews and wines.
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Kirkus Reviews called the book “a crisp, eloquent hybrid of atmospheric memoir and searing exposé” in a starred review. Kerri and her cousin David will discuss the book and the experience of growing up in a mill town. David worked at the mill for two summers to help pay for college.
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Wear warm clothing and appropriate footwear, as participants will walk through wooded trails and grass fields to locate “hot spots” of paranormal activity at the site of the ninth-deadliest battle of the Revolutionary War.