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    • Bartram's Garden, 54th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard

The Historic Bartram's Mile: Walking Tour

This walking tour visits the newly restored mile of Schuylkill riverfront, along with historic parts of Bartram’s Garden, with wonderful views of the Schuylkill River and Center City in… Read More

Cherry Street Pier Launch and Open House

Please Join the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) for the Cherry Street Pier Launch and Open House. DRWC is planning to transform the historic Municipal Pier 9 into the Cherry Street… Read More

Curious Evenings: Dissection: A History of Pollution in Philadelphia's Rivers

At “Curious Evenings: Dissection”, the American Philosophical Society embraces the Peale family’s investigative and naturalist sides. Charles Willson Peale stressed the importance of maintaining a strong and healthy republic. Today,… Read More

South of South Neighborhood Association Board Meeting

The  SOSNA Board of Directors meets the last Wednesday of every month at 7 PM at the SOSNA Office, 1901 Christian Street.  Board meetings are open to the public, though the… Read More

SEPTA Board Meeting

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

DRAFT AGENDA CALL TO ORDER - CHAIR'S COMMENTS PUBLIC COMMENTS ON AGENDA and NON-AGENDA ITEMS ACTION ITEMS 1. Minutes of Meeting of June 22, 2017 2. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Actions… Read More

Fishtown Beautification Committee Meeting

Police Service Area 1 Community Meeting

Agenda for July 27th, 2017 Meeting: 7:00-7:30 PM - 17th District PSA-1 Monthly Police Report 7:30-8:00 PM - Michelle Feldman, Director of Keep Philadelphia Beautiful  Our guest speaker for July 27th… Read More

    • Ratatouille

Schuylkill Banks Movie Series: Ratatouille

Bring your friends, blanket and picnic basket for a great time watching viewer's choice movies by the river. All movies start at dusk (approximately 8:20 pm on July 27). Come early… Read More

Wildlife Family Movie Night - A Bug's Life

Bring your blankets and friends for three evenings of outdoor movie nights at the John Heinz Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum! Nature activities and crafts at 8:00 pm until the start of… Read More

Cinema in the Cemetery Presented by the Philadelphia Film Society

As the sun sets over Laurel Hill’s historic tombs the grainy joys of the film experience will be brought to life during Laurel Hill's annual summertime movie series. July’s feature film,… Read More

    • Illuminated Fountain

Illuminated Fountain Performance: On Broadway

Our Illuminated Fountain Performances offer a spectacle unlike any other. Find a place to sit—or stand back in awe—as water in all shapes, sizes, and heights combines with music and infinite… Read More

Francisville Clean & Green Day - Historic Core Team

Residents living in the Historic Core of our neighborhood!  Come out and help clean up our treasure! Learn about the history of our neighborhood, meet your neighbors and break bread!  Sign… Read More

    • South Kensington Summer Festival

South Kensington Summer Festival

The South Kensington Summer Festival is breaking ground on Kensington's first-ever dog park. Family-friendly activities, dogs included. 

    • Artist Michael Rakowitz talks to participants at a Radio Silence dinner, May 25, 2017. Amasi Restaurant, 1731 Cecil B. Moore Avenue.

Radio Silence: Live Performance by Mural Arts

This hybrid documentary, variety show, and radio play, conceived by artist Michael Rakowitz, brings the Iraqi diaspora to the airwaves. The project kicks off on Saturday, July 29 with a massive… Read More

    • Night Out Against Crime

National Night Out Against Crime

Stop by to meet your neighbors and local police officers at National Night Out Against Crime, set for Tuesday, Aug. 1, 6-8:30 p.m., at the South Street Mini Station, 905 South St. There… Read More

    • Barnes Foundation

The Parkway Centennial Lecture: Architecture—Honoring a Legacy

This lecture hosted by the Barnes Museum will feature architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, awarded the National Medal of the Arts, in conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning architectural critic Inga Saffron.… Read More

    • Coriolanus

Shakespeare in Clark Park: Coriolanus

Rome is starving. Recovering from one war and bracing for another, the people turn to their hero: Coriolanus—a woman ready to lead not only her soldiers, but the state. Or is… Read More

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