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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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
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
The 2020 “Virtual Pumpkin Carve” event is FREE of charge. All we ask is that carvers send their photos and list of carvers directly to email@example.com. You can be as creative as you want with props and backdrops. With so much canceled this year, why not make this a fun filled family... More Info
Scarecrows in the Village, is a property-wide display of scarecrows created by individuals and organizations in the greater Philadelphia region. The open-air Scarecrows in the Village display will be on view every day through October 31.
Safety measures are in place, and admission and parking for... More Info
This popular event is extending its presence at the Mann Center with a focus on Halloween classics including Hocus Pocus, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Beetlejuice and Halloween II. Admission is free, but you must reserve tickets in advance. There will be local food trucks or you can bring your own... More Info
With any purchase made, you commit to the continued vitality of the beautiful Historic Village of Yellow Springs, and we can’t thank you enough! All bidding will be done online through 32Auctions. We are excited to offer an online auction, where we can open participation to the entire... More Info
Even during a pandemic Orchestra Concordia won’t stop making GREAT MUSIC ACCESSIBLE TO ALL. Join us for a FREE YOUTUBE LIVE CONCERT EVENT hosted by Maestro Gary White and featuring Philadelphia Orchestra cellist, Derek Barnes on Friday, October 23, at 8 PM. Register for your free concert link at... More Info
Dr. Zandi will focus on the domestic response to the pandemic and the specific financial impact it’s had on our communities. His analysis will take a closer look at the effect on both the local and national economy. Dr. Zandi’s perspective will address the far-reaching outcomes resulting from... More Info
Lansdowne Folk Club, in conjunction with award-winning songwriter, humorist, storyteller, and author Don White and special guest Bob Beach, will present a full-length virtual Zoom/YouTube concert on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 7 p.m. EDT. “Doors” open at 6:45 to sign on. The show will be free,... 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
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.
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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Stop by and have a pint of your favorites and remote releases of limited editions, including Cider Donut Hard Cider – a collaboration with Linvilla Orchards made with freshly pressed PA apples. Daytime fun includes Corn Hole and Giant Jenga along with all your favorite Linvilla activities. In the... 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!
The Market is open every Saturday, rain or shine, from... 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
Join the Penn Wynne Library for a 2020 spin on their Touch-a-Truck fundraiser — “Spot-a-Truck” — a Scavenger Hunt running from Oct. 18-31, where participants search for toy trucks hidden throughout the neighborhood surrounding the Library.
To participate, visit lmls.org/pwtruck to purchase your... More Info
Book Club with Chris Jackson
via Zoom Video / Audio
Friday, October 23 at 10:30 AM
Hosted by Chris Jackson
“The Lost Girls of Paris”
By Pam Jenoff
Read the book, then join the in-depth discussion, to share your impressions with other book-lovers!
New Horizons Virtual Center for Active Adults, the... More Info
On this day we will be featuring, with videos and other social media sources, the impact of donations to T&E Care, both time and treasure. Donations towards our Day of Impact are welcome anytime. There will be 12 great raffle prizes as well. The list of prizes will be available soon. Prize... More Info
Register to run a 5K (3.1 miles) or walk 1 mile anytime, anywhere on October 24th in support of homeless pets who count on your help every single day. No matter where you are, your support will help ensure the safety and care of pets in need, every step of the way. Proceeds 100% support lifesaving... More Info
This year participants can register for the 5-Mile Race, 2-Mile Walk, or 1- Mile Kids Fun Run and run (or walk) in their own neighborhood, home, park or fitness center. Engage in the Virtual Challenges for additional fitness motivation and community connection. Every registrant will receive a... More Info
Come to St. David’s “Not-so-scary Drive-thru!” Your unsuspecting passengers will get the gentle scare of a lifetime in St. David’s transformed churchyard. Wind your way through a multitude of ghastly scenes with sound effects in the safety of your own vehicle!
Enjoy the costumes, the kids and the fun – including performances from high school bands, cheer and dance teams. Donation stations will be located among the parade route for children to collect 1 goody bag filled with surprises! For public safety, groups and floats will not be allowed to hand out... 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
The BEER & BAGEL OFF-ROAD RACE SERIES is fast becoming a favorite event for runners throughout the area, who come each year for a challenging run through the tree farm followed by a fantastic post-race party with hundreds of fun-loving souls, great DJ music, yard games, awards and photos with... 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 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
More than 50 scarecrows are on display throughout the Garden! Come vote for your favorite in the “Fairy Tale ‘Crows” theme to determine which ‘crows will be the top three prize winners! Find your way to all of the Fairy Tale ‘Crows with this fancy map!
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Presented by Chestnut Hill Conservancy at Chestnut Hill
This year’s Night of Lights will take the form of an extended public art installation activating Germantown Avenue and transforming Chestnut Hill’s familiar main street into an interactive exhibition of local history and architecture.
Using the commercial corridor as a canvas for sharing and... 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
What Am I Drinking?! (WAID) is hosting a virtual, interactive wine class supporting Breastcancer.org during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Serena Zelezny, wine pro and owner of WAID, invites you to pour a glass of your favorite Pinot (the ultimate fall grape) and join us for a chat about the... More Info
Each year, Newlin Grist Mill hosts a series of presentations that explore different aspects of the site’s unique historical and environmental resources. This year’s “Newlin Series” focuses on foodways, to coincide with the restoration of the 1739 Trimble House kitchen & pantry.
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at Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion
Join us for a live butterfly release, FREE face painting, animal encounters, arts & crafts, live music, and much more!
Food and drink will be available for purchase.
Discounted online tickets available until the start of the event.
Questions: email@example.com or 215-335-9500
Willows Park Preserve is offering free live (and lively), socially-distanced tours of the magnificent trees at the Willows Arboretum this fall.
Tour group size will be limited to 10 persons. Wear comfortable shoes. Masks required and please adhere to the CDC’s COVID 19 safety and social distancing... More Info
Break out your cocktail attire and join us for a virtual inspiring evening featuring the best local cuisine, wine pairings from across the country, and live entertainment, all from the comfort of your home. 100% of proceeds benefit Unite for HER.
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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.
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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.