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Cobbs Creek Neighbors monthly meeting

Please arrive through the basement door of the Cobbs Creek Library and sign in so your attendance counts towards membership. We will have a special guest from Sayre Health Center and… Read More

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Integrating Health into Comprehensive Planning

DVRPC is excited to host a one-day, interactive workshop, Integrating Health into Comprehensive Planning, on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM at DVRPC. The workshop will be… Read More

Fishtown Neighbors Association Zoning Meeting

1420-1422 E Susquehanna Ave (Refusal, Plans) Proposal for the consolidation of multiple deeded lots into (1) lot and for the reuse of an existing convent structure for (9)… Read More

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Architecture Walking Tour: Littlest Streets East of Broad

Stroll a charming labyrinth of streets west of Washington Square, a village-like setting right in the heart of Center City, developed in the mid 19th century. Experience an intimate “hierarchy of… Read More

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Green Drinks--Northern Liberties

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DAG August Meeting – Pop Ups, Preservation and Permanence: The New Frontier for Gardens and Open Space in Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Land Bank has the potential to be a valuable new tool for community garden preservation at a time when booming development continues to threaten green and garden spaces in… Read More

First Philly A+DEN Meeting

AIA Philadelphia (the “Chapter”) and The Center for Architecture and Design (the “Center) has set the date for the first Architecture and Design Education Network (Philly A+DEN) meeting. Philly A+DEN hopes to be… Read More

Harrowgate Civic Association Meeting

Agenda: Neighborhood Update Town Watch Update Friends of Harrowgate Park Update 24th District Update and Stats Held at the Heitzman Recreation Center 3631 Amber St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134

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First Friday Movies Under the Stars and Stripes and Extended Hours

Come to the Betsy Ross House for an evening of fun! $5 admission includes a tour of the Betsy Ross House and a viewing of "The Monster that Challenged the World"… Read More

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Architecture Walking Tour: Underground Philadelphia - Subways, Railways & Stations

Discover the Philadelphia Plan which gave us two Art Deco masterpieces, the monumental 30th Street Station and Suburban Station, the first all-underground rail terminal. The tour starts at 30th Street Station… Read More

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Saturday Night at the Movies

Let the force be with you as you watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens on the Great Lawn! Bring a blanket, movie admission is FREE. Tickets are required for the Parx… Read More

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Architecture Walking Tour: Benjamin Franklin Parkway

This grand boulevard, named after Philadelphia’s most famous citizen, is Philadelphia’s early 20th century contribution to the City Beautiful Movement and connects the downtown to Fairmount Park, fulfilling William Penn’s vision… Read More

Vacant Property Review Committee Meeting

Agenda: Presentations by Attending Guests Consideration of Minutes of Previous Meetings Property Disposition Recommendations Administrative Business and Informational Items

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Exhibit: Long May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag

From Civil War-Era Flags to campaign buttons, to children's toys, this exhibit assembles hundreds of flag-related artifacts that represent a unique part of American heritage. Included with museum admission.

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Home Entertainment at Cliveden

Cliveden of the National Trust and Automatic Arts are proud to present “Home Entertainment, an evening of new theater, dance, and multimedia works, Friday August 6, and Saturday August 7 at… Read More

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Woodford Mansion, Staying Cool in the Colonies

Visit Woodford Mansion and learn about the 18th century summer homes that dotted the edges of Philadelphia. This National Historic Landmark served as escape from a crowded Philadelphia during the summer months. Through… Read More

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