The We Can Be Heroes Exhibition is being presented in conjunction with Philly Loves Bowie Week (January 3-12), an annual volunteer production of events throughout the city created by committed fans of the superstar singer, songwriter, artist, and actor, David Bowie. This year’s celebration... More Info
With Don’t Look Back (1965), Pennebaker employed the techniques he had pioneered to produce a rock documentary like none that preceded it. From its groundbreaking opening alleyway to its closing concert, the film connects viewers to an artist on stage and backstage, seen at both his most... More Info
Five Haverford and Bryn Mawr College students collaborated with poet Thomas Devaney to explore what de-evolved into a surreal moment in Philadelphia and national history. The exhibition Bicentennial City builds on an experimental documentary film seeking to explore the many roles myth and memory... More Info
Audiences will have an opportunity to try unique events from the Philadelphia theatre community through a series of productions, readings, interactive events, and much more!
75 participating companies will host events open to the public.
Presented by The Center for Art in Wood at The Center for Art in Wood
Humaira Abid (b. Lahore, Pakistan, active Seattle, WA) is well known for her unique visual language, which blends sculpture in wood with her twist on traditional Mughal miniature painting. Abid’s occupation with woodcarving, a male-dominated field, reflects her commitment to challenging... More Info
Artists receive 80 percent of proceeds from the sale of their pieces and 60 percent of consignment sales. 20 percent of all sales supports Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital’s programs. Art Ability also serves as a resource for corporate art collections. Original works of art by artists with disabilities... More Info
Wayne Art Center announces the 25th Anniversary of CraftForms, one of the premier contemporary fine craft exhibits in the United States. This year’s companion shows, Westward Ho! A Look at Contemporary Craft from the Southwest and Attraction to Abstraction, a collection of abstract... More Info
Restaurants across Center City will offer three-course dinners for only $35 per person. In addition, many will also offer a three-course lunch for $20. Some restaurants won’t be offering all meals on Saturday and Sunday. This will be clearly marked on their menus.
CCD Restaurant Week Participant... More Info
Celebrate the splendor of the season with Winter Wine-derland, featuring ice carvings, specialty cocktails, live music, food trucks, fire pits, wine tastings and more. The first 200 guests receive a pom-pom beanie. Free admission.
The Winter Festival is 9 days packed with events for Adults, Children and Families! Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities featured throughout New Hope during the annual Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival. Many activities are free!
Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival aims to provide a... More Info
Join us on MLK Day, as we open our doors for our inter-generational, interfaith MLK Day of Service, Learning, and DialogueIn the spirit of MLK, we will offer variety of meaningful service projects as well as opportunities to engage in thoughtful panels discussions. We’ll have conversations... More Info
In partnership with Founders Brewing Co, Manayunk will turn into a winter wonderland during this day-long event of ice sculptures and ice carving demonstrations, an ice beer garden, a chowder and beer pairing crawl, a hot cocoa bar, live music, exclusive shopping on Main Street, and more! This... More Info
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a national program that lays a foundation for a lifetime love of reading. Earn prizes for every 100 books you read to your pre-Kindergarten child, including brand-new book prizes at major milestones! Come learn about how to get started and to sign up, then stick... More Info
All proceeds from this event benefit United Way of Southern Chester County, which supports 22 health and human service programs for more than 18,000 of our neediest neighbors.
Chocoholics of all ages are welcome! Bring family and friends for a fun day sampling as many chocolate delights as you... More Info
Required of Volunteers:
Understanding and believing in the mission of the organization and acting as a spokesperson for the program
Serving as a role model and mentor
Preparing, organizing, and supervising the weekly lessons (co-facilitate)
Collaborate with other coaches for successful... More Info
Presented by Media Providence Friends School at Rose Tree Park
Dazzle Dash & Family Fun Day is a fun-filled community event in support of primary education at MPFS. Friends and families gather to walk or run through Rose Tree Park, enjoy food, music, entertainment prizes, silent auction items, games and activities for children of all ages all while promoting... More Info
Inside and Out, wondrous winter awaits! Preparations are underway for this year’s Orchid Extravaganza display, during which opposites will attract … with beautifully balanced results.
Bold strokes of color and texture throughout our Conservatory will create an indoor paradise of whimsy and... More Info
Each year, Scots from all over the world gather in the dark days of winter for a traditional evening meal and a joyous celebration to commemorate the birthday of one of their favorite sons, Robert Burns. The Brandywine Burns Supper consists of a hearty meal of traditional Scottish fare, including... More Info
Enjoy a sampling of Chinese music, folk dances, martial arts and songs by adult performance artists and local school children. All are welcome. Chinese food, snacks, and merchandise available for purchase.
Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, the Brandywine River Museum of Art will present “Votes for Women: A Visual History”. The long road to women’s suffrage played out very differently from political movements today.... More Info
Join Maddison Perzel, Head Horticulturist, as she walks through a year at Jenkins, highlighting the major gardening tasks that happen each month. She will provide a take-home guide for fellow gardeners with space to add notes throughout the year. Go home with a game plan for the year ahead and some... More Info
Phil Witmer, past president of the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club, will familiarize you with some of the common winter birds you may see in your backyard and show you how you can participate in the 2020 GBBC which takes place from Friday, February 14 through Monday, February 17.
Their “exquisitely crafted” and “sensationally interesting” (Washington Post) bestselling books include Half the Sky, Thunder from the East, and China Wakes. In 2009, they received the Dayton Literary Peace Prize’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In Tightrope, the duo employs the stories of... More Info
London, 1875: A young painter digs beneath the veneer of Victorian London’s art world to learn the truth behind her brother’s murder. “Edwin is dead.” This is what Scotland Yard Inspector Matthew Hallam tells Annabel Rowe when she discovers him searching her brother’s flat for clues.... More Info
The 18th season of One Book kicks off with a reading and conversation with Tommy Orange, author of There There–the 2020 One Book, One Philadelphia selection–and 6abc’s Tamala Edwards. The evening will include a performance by the Red Blanket Singers, as well as a performance of an original work... More Info