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
Slightly modified this year to provide a safe and socially distant experience, the Railroad will still feature plenty of trains, miniature details and the engaging elements that everyone loves. Reserved tickets are required to ensure social distancing.
at Dilworth Park at the West Side of City Hall Philadelphia
Starting November 21st, 2020 through January 1st, 2021 the socially distant 2020 Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market returns to Dilworth Park, and will once again transform the West side of historic City Hall into an extravagant winter wonderland! Following past tradition, this year’s Holiday... More Info
Come and shop in our Holiday open-air market on Saturday, December 5th, that will take place in our parking lot with all COVID safety precautions in place.
We would love to have you as a vendor at our Home for the Holidays Artisan Market on Saturday, December 5th! The cost to be a vendor is ... More Info
Black Violin, with nearly 20 million YouTube views and performances at President Obama’s inauguration, will be the Special Guest at Musicopia’s and Dancing Classrooms Philly’s High Note High Step Fundraising Event on Sunday, December 6 at 3:30PM. Usually an in-person breakfast, the event this... More Info
A Family Musical based on the Classic Charles Dickens Tale told through the eyes of a child; Tiny Tim, who with his pure innocence and will for life, teaches Scrooge to soften his cold heart. Enjoy with your family, figgy pudding and warm apple cider.
Performed by semi-professionals, grades 6 to... 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
Welcome to our free digital platform designed to entertain, engage, and edify.
We endeavor to craft programming to serve the same patrons and students of all ages that we serve at the Arden – on stage and in the classroom. We plan to remember past performances, preview upcoming programming, and... 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
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
There are families right in our community who struggle to have a bright holiday. This year more than ever before our neighbors need our support. T&E Care works with those families to create wishlists, looks for sponsors of those desired items, and coordinates the delivery of the items to the... More Info
2020 Boutiques & Greek Treats has gone virtual! Go to “Boutiques & Greek Treats” Facebook page to shop. Click on the Vendor List post & click vendors to shop with! SHARE our Facebook post & help us get the word out! Extended shopping days ’til Dec 25th & more vendors Nov 27th – Dec 5th. St. Luke... More Info
Presented by Historic Philadelphia, Inc. at Franklin Square
Historic Philadelphia, Inc., (HPI) the non-profit organization that manages and operates the award-winning Franklin Square, will bring the sparkle to Winter in Franklin Square presented by Citizens featuring the Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show presented by PECO from November 19 –... More Info
Meals on Wheels has participated in the Subaru Share the Love Event since its inception in 2008. Through Meals on Wheels America, the Subaru Share the Love Event has helped deliver more than 2.3 million meals to America’s seniors. Main Line Meals on Wheels will share in your donations once... More Info
Please join us at the Little House Shop in Wayne or on their website on Nov. 30 between 10 AM and 4PM to do all your holiday shopping! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Philadelphia Orchestra- be sure to say “Orchestra” when you make a purchase so that credit is given. This... More Info
This event will host Dr. Pallav Mehta, co-author of “After Cancer Care: The Definitive Self-Care Guide to Getting and Staying Well for Patients After Cancer”. This presentation will be informative and helpful to anyone who is interested in lowering their cancer risk.
JFCS is offering a virtual, weekly art therapy group for people coping with the clutter in their lives. The group members, with the guidance and support of the group facilitator, will be encouraged to utilize art journaling as a tool, learn new coping skills, respond, express, and process what it... More Info
Are you contemplating divorce, going through a divorce, or post-divorce?
Join our ONLINE Divorce Boot Camp, and we’ll help you get you prepared — emotionally, financially, and legally for what lies ahead. You will hear from local experts in law, finance, real estate, mortgages & credit, and... More Info
LATKE LOVE FROM ISRAEL – On ZOOM!
Latke making with Israeli chefs – LIVE – from their kitchen to yours
A virtual launch event for Israel Within Reach, the new social impact enterprise of the Kaiserman JCC
• Explore tricked out latke flavors with Israeli Chefs Maya Balaban and Ayelet Venezia
•... More Info
Discussion Schedule(All discussions done via Zoom):
Monday, September 14th – The Shadow Man by Mary Gordon
Monday, October 26th – The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears by Dinaw Mengestu
Monday, December 7th – The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Moshim Hamid
Register through Gladwyne Library or... More Info
COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down. In response, many students are asking if this pandemic presents the opportunity to pursue a different avenue instead of the direct transition into higher learning. A gap year – a break from traditional academics – is a chance to explore, pause, and reflect... More Info
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
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
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 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. Our full-time florist will be handling all of your... 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 The Devereux Foundation at The Shops at Devereux
The Shops at Devereux Greenhouse is having our annual Poinsettias sale. First come, first served.
The Shops at Devereux-founded in 1962-offers vocational training and employment for adults with disabilities. The Shops’ training center comprises several small businesses that give the individuals... More Info
This holiday season, experience all the traditions that make A Longwood Christmas so special. Inside, stroll among beautifully adorned trees and plant palettes of delicate winter whites to rich reds and the greenest of evergreens as you wrap yourself in a nostalgic Christmas morning scene. Engage... More Info
Presented by Lankenau Medical Center Women's Board at Lankenau Medial Center
In 1987, the Women’s Board of Lankenau Medical Center (LMC) began an annual tradition called The Tree of Life. The name is symbolic of Lankenau Medical Center, which serves the community by bringing life into the world, preserving health, and ministering to the sick.
A large evergreen tree in... 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
The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America is an explosive, alarming history that finally confronts how American governments in the twentieth century deliberately imposed residential racial segregation on metropolitan areas nationwide.
“Rothstein is brilliant... More Info