Presented by SALT Performing Arts at Ludwig’s Corner Show Grounds
A great way to experience the performing arts live and be together as a community while remaining socially distant!
July 24th Weekend
Kids On Broadway
August 14th Weekend
Songs of the Silver Screen
Enjoy all the features of these timeless outdoor theaters, brought into the 21st-century with the latest technologies, stunning visuals, and the latest and greatest Hollywood blockbusters! Come and enjoy ample and safe guest spacing, state-of-the-art audio streams, and a purpose-built app-based... More Info
Two storytellers lead families through a world creation story inspired by Korean and First Nations folk tales about curiosity, courage, and caring. Recommended for wigglers and gigglers ages 2 through 10, this 45-minute frolic full of audience participation will enchant the whole family.
118 North presents the Tailgate Takeout Series – the first drive-in live music experience of its kind in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Each night will feature some of our favorite local musicians playing out of the restaurant’s bay windows with food and cocktails to-go available to order. In... 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.
Join us for Community Patterns: A Night of Music, Artmaking & Socially-Distant Togetherness on Thursday, August 13 from 5 – 8 PM. In an effort to promote group healing and understanding, Oluwafemi, philly-based DJ and artist, will provide the music while Megan Mitts, ATR, local art therapist and... More Info
The 59th Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival will be a fully digital interactive musical experience, complete with multiple stages/streams of curated music, fully integrated chat features, campfire open mics and zoom campsites. No matter where you live in the world, you’ll be able to attend... More Info
This is a roaming outdoor cocktail style event with with intentionally limited capacity. Scattered cocktail tables and other seating will be provided but not assigned. Magic and burlesque performers will also roam throughout the experience, masked, and at a safe social distance from guests. Guests... More Info
A drive-in movie held on MLAR’s 60-acre farm, bringing together animal advocates, movie buffs, and fellow-hunker-downers in the surrounding communities for an evening of shared family fun. Bring your own grahams, chocolate, and ‘mallows and enjoy an evening at the drive-in!
Dr. Melissa Klapper is a Professor of History and Director of Women’s & Gender Studies at Rowan University. She is the author of Jewish Girls Coming of Age in America, 1860-1920 (NYU, 2005); Small Strangers: The Experiences of Immigrant Children in the United States, 1880-1925 (Ivan R. Dee,... More Info
In this virtual event, attendees will get a first look at the newest collection of art by Jessica Libor, inspired by the ocean and its stories and fairy tale lore.
This ticket is your reservation to attend the LIVE, VIRTUAL event held over Zoom, and using 3D technology to bring you the experience... More Info
We’ve taken every precaution to ensure that the museum is a safe space for all of us, so be sure to check our website for more information on what you can expect when you visit. There are new protocols in place to help create a worry-free experience, including no-touch temperature checks,... 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
On the grounds of the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center near the Franz Schubert monument and steps away from Shofuso, the Japanese House and Garden, Parks on Tap is family (and fido) friendly. A free membership is required. Food and drink are pay-as-you-go. Seating is first come, first served.
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Local retailers and restaurants will expand outdoors, with restaurants setting up tables in the streets, while retailers augment their stores in creative configurations for shopping, sidewalk sales and pop-up shops. The marketplace—which covers the 100 block of East State Street between Broad and... More Info
Blueberries, raspberries, cherries and more at $5. per container (provided). Make a reservation on-line. Schedule additional produce or bakery orders for curbside pick-up after fun in the fields. Social distancing and masks required.
You can help by filling a bag with ONE of each item listed below and dropping it off at the Great Valley Food Cupboard, located at the Baptist Church of the Great Valley (945 North Valley Forge Road in Devon):
• Box of cereal (preferably Cheerios, corn flakes or Frosted Flakes)
• Container of... More Info
The Devon Yard Farmers Market is hosted by Growing Roots Partners and Terrain Cafe. The weekly market features fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, poultry, eggs and dairy (milk, cheese, yoghurt) all sourced from local farms. In addition the market boasts an impressive selection of local grain... More Info
Currently, the Philly River Stroll offers two main hubs for guests to join: the Barge at Spruce Street Harbor Park and the Garden at Cherry Street Pier. Philly River Stroll locations are completely outdoors. They offer great options for guests looking to explore the natural beauty that Philadelphia... More Info
Are you interested in learning about some of our work? We’ll have a continuously updated list of where you might encounter Stroud Water Research Center scientists during your paddling adventures. You’ll be able to stop and answer questions along the way.
Plan your own outing with family and... More Info
Discover the fascinating facts and stories behind the historic houses, natural areas, and public art of Fairmount Park by participating in the park’s six-week scavenger hunt series. Search solo or create a team (three members max). New missions released every week, and participants can play along... More Info
Classes meet under Wilson Farm Park’s pavilion. Limited space available. All students also receive an “Art Kit” with five fun, creative projects to complete at home with accompanying video instruction.
Enroll online today!
Join us for an evening canoe trip departing at 6pm for the Corcoran’s Bridge 1.5 hour canoe trip. When you arrive back at Northbrook, a catered dinner will be served in our picnic grove accompanied by live music and followed by a bonfire under the stars to finish off the evening.
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Scientific research has shown there are many benefits to being immersed in natural surroundings. Learn how you can bring these concepts and experiences into the classroom through peaceful walks (forest bathing) and tree plantings, either virtually or on your own school grounds. In the second half... More Info
Join the library for an afternoon in the park featuring books to browse and check out, and a socially-distanced story time lead by Ms. Rachee. We will end the day with a drumming circle with expert drummer Tony Flagiello presented in partnership with Kelly Music Center. Masks required.
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As many Philadelphians know, the Giant Wooden Slide is not only a source of priceless intergenerational memories, it also embodies how Smith is essential to the families of Philadelphia and beyond. Since 1899, Smith has been a free, safe space for children of all different backgrounds to come... More Info
Respect wildlife and leave rocks, flowers, plants and branches where they were found. Enter the scavenger hunt by snapping a picture of each item found and sending it to the Recreation Department: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdbbixgAteJorZ8wl1lZt-GU0DcZ5UsFq2XK9WMFoWfBtamHA/viewform
Our garden gates are open on a limited, non-public basis for our Members only. As we have navigated unprecedented times, our appreciation for you, our Members, has grown by leaps and bounds, and we send you our heartfelt gratitude for your support, your encouragement, and your love for... More Info
Presented by Willows Park Preserve at The Willows and Skunk Hollow Parks
Take the self-guided tour and learn to identify Garlic Mustard, Wood Anemone, Jack in the Pulpit, Wild Ginger, Glory of the Snow, Wild Geranium and more. Wildflower markers are posted along the trails courtesy Radnor Conservancy. Free.
Beacons of Pride — Architecture, Artistry, and Personal Expression is a Virtual Summer Series for 2020 has been designed to highlight our rich cultural heritage in Chester County while protecting your health and safety. Starting on July 16th, six favorite historic sites will present virtual “Live... More Info
Presented by The Shops at Devereux at The Daisy Shop
The Daisy Shop is part of the Shops at Devereux a training program for adults with disabilities that is located in Devon is having a flower sale, and is once again ready to serve its loyal customers after being closed since March due to COVID-19. Currently, we are working without our dedicated... More Info
Chanticleer is now open to all! Garden capacity will be limited in order to manage safe distancing. Masks are required and all guests arriving by personal vehicle must make a parking reservation for the day and time of their visit. Purchase individual tickets and 2020 Season Passes... More Info
Meadowbrook’s gardens are reopened to the general public by reservation only. Please call 215.988.1698 or register online to schedule a visit.
Two timed openings will be offered on Wednesday, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. A limit of thirty (30) guests per time slot will be permitted to... More Info
Evening Introductory Paper Marbling Workshop
Tuesday, August 18th
6:30PM – 9PM
(Malvern, PA) Historic Sugartown is excited to cautiously re-open its Book Bindery workshops with necessary precautions. Workshops are now limited to 4 participants and 1 instructor to maintain social distancing. All... More Info
Friday, August 21 at 1:00 PM
“Still Life” by Louise Penny
Read the book, and then discuss your impressions with other dedicated Bibliophiles. Hosted by Chris Jackson. Books available in your local library, or through Amazon.com
New Horizons Virtual Center for Active Adults, the Remote Face... More Info
A century ago, white was the color worn by American suffragists who rallied to achieve women’s right to vote. Victory was achieved when the 19th amendment was signed on August 26, 1920. Now, exactly 100 years later, the Radnor League of Women Voters will be celebrating on the lawn of the... More Info
Discover the rich archaeological heritage that lies beneath our feet!
• Assist archaeologists with excavations
• Clean artifacts in the lab
• “Kids’ Dig” and Pottery Assembly
• Archaeology displays & exhibits
This annual event is held in partnership with the Delaware... More Info
Historic Demonstrations 10am-4pm, Food Festival 11am-7pm
A local favorite, this event provides fun for the whole family with demonstrations, family activities, shopping, and food!
Tradespeople and artisans will demonstrate a variety of 18th-century skills. Family-friendly activities include puppet... 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
We are taking your experience to a whole new level, celebrating science at a time when it matters most. Our doors will open to a new and modified museum experience that elevates your visit with a vibrant layer of live, interactive engagement led by the familiar faces of our talented science... More Info