Next at DAG: Bartram’s Garden: The Reclamation of the Tidal Schuylkill
8 a.m. Thursday, June 1, Center for Architecture + Design, 1218 Arch St.
Join DAG for an exploration of Bartram’s Garden, America’s… Read More
Architectural historian Bruce Laverty will lead a tour circling around Washington Square as he discusses the various surrounding buildings and the square itself, followed by a tour of The Athenaeum and its summer exhibit. … Read More
Climate and Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP) will be hosting Mr. Giovanni Cecconi as part of theGreen Infrastructure, Climate, and Cities seminar series. Beginning in the 1980s, Mr. Cecconi managed… Read More
Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes,…Read More
Stanton Community Partners was organized in 2013 to provide independent financial support to the E.M. Stanton Public School and to mobilize broad community support for the school and for public education… Read More
Find out about our annual event and purchase tickets: http://thenotebook.org/annual-fundraiser
Every June, more than 350 parents, educators, elected officials and business leaders who rely on the Notebook’s independent voice and support… Read More
Join PSCA us for their monthly meeting, open to the public. Hear updates about projects in the neighborhood and how to get involved and help with beautification, clean streets, education and… Read More
Philadelphia is ready for rebuild!
Last year, Philadelphia City Council approved a plan that would generate $500 million+ in funding to rebuild many of our city's parks, rec centers, and libraries.… Read More
This exhibition explores the significance of the Arts Building and Cloister, a structure designed by woodworker George Nakashima and built on his property in New Hope, Pennsylvania. The Arts Building and… Read More