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Planted Bodies: Science and Marketing in Philadelphia’s Rural Cemeteries

Join us for a Weeknights at the Wagner lecture by: Aaron Wunsch, University of Pennsylvania Rapid changes in pre-Civil War America – industrialization and urbanization – led people to seek refuge… Read More

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Hawthornes Great Harvest Cider and Beer Festival

Hawthornes Beer Cafe (738 S. 11th St) is closing down 11th Street again for the 3rd Annual Great Harvest Cider and Beer Festival on Saturday, November 3, 2018, from 11:00am to… Read More

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Wharton Esherick Film Screening

Sponsored by Moderne Gallery, this special public presentation of the film I am Known as an Artist includes a question and answer session with director Carolyn Coal. This event is free… Read More

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Fall Open House and Pollinator Presentation

Join us for a lively presentation on insect pollinators, meet our 4-legged friends from the Philly Goat Project, and enjoy a reception catered by Birchtree Catering during our November 4th Open… Read More

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Inside the Planner's Studio with Eleanor Sharpe

Have you ever wondered how someone became such a successful and effective planner? What advice they could provide about civic engagement? What projects are they are most proud of and why?… Read More

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Love Your Park Fall Service Day

The annual Love Your Park Fall Service Day is on Saturday, November 10th and encourages volunteers to plant trees, collect leaves for compost, and prepare Philly's parks for the winter season. This… Read More

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George Nakashima Woodworker Tour

The Preservation Alliance and the Nakashima Foundation invite you on an in-depth tour of the Bucks County home and studio of master craftsman George Nakashima.   Woodworker, architect, and furniture… Read More

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Calling All Foodies: Hear the Stories Behind Philadelphia Restaurants

Learn the stories behind some of the region’s most fascinating chefs and restaurants plus how to get reservations at Philadephia’s trendiest restaurants, where to find the city’s secret speakeasies and most… Read More

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GIS Day at Temple University

GIS Day at Temple University We are excited to once again participate in GIS Day, the international celebration of geographic information systems and its wide applications to make a difference in our… Read More

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2nd FDR Park Master Plan Community Meeting

Please join Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, WRT Design, and Friends of FDR Park for the second community meeting about the FDR Park Master Plan on Wednesday, November 14,… Read More

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Route for Change: Roosevelt Boulevard Public Workshops, November 2018

Since the Route for Change Program started in Spring 2016, we have held a series of public meetings and workshops to discuss concerns about traveling along Roosevelt Boulevard. This input has… Read More

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Sacred Sweet Tooth

History, Meaning, Symbolism, and Function of Candy/Sweets in Diverse Religious Traditions Culinary Historian, Connie Kirker will present her recent research focusing on how the innate and universal human preference for sweets/candy… Read More

Historic Architecture of West and Northwest Philadelphia

This illustrated lecture will be presented by Joseph Minardi, an award-winning local photographer and recipient of the 2007 Preservationist Initiative Award from the University City Historical Society. In 2014 Minardi received… Read More

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An Illustrated History of Fairmount Park

BUY TICKETS The Thursday, November 15 final event in the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s Fall 2018 “Discovering Chestnut Hill” tour and lecture series will present a history of Fairmount Park in Homewood,… Read More

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Route for Change: Roosevelt Boulevard Public Workshops, November 2018

Since the Route for Change Program started in Spring 2016, we have held a series of public meetings and workshops to discuss concerns about traveling along Roosevelt Boulevard. This input has… Read More

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Small Business Saturday in Chestnut Hill

Kick off your holiday shopping and support local businesses on the Hill. Stroll Germantown Avenue to find gifts for everyone on your list at one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants. Shop local all… Read More

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PhilaMRKT is a one-day pop-up artist market featuring over 30 of the best artists, illustrators, designers, and printmakers in the Philadelphia area.

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Philadelphia's Golden Age of Retail

Philadelphia’s Golden Age of Retail Walking Tour (Saturday, November 24 at 11 AM CANCELLED) Saturday, December 1 at 11 AM & 1 PM Saturday, December 8 at 11 AM  … Read More

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Franklin Square Holiday Festival

  • 4:00PM 8:00PM
  • Franklin Square
Experience the magic of the holiday and celebrate traditions new and old at the Franklin Square Holiday Festival. Dazzle in the lights of the Electrical Spectacle Light Show presented by PECO, warm… Read More

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Made in Philadelphia

  • 11:00AM 7:00PM
  • Dilworth Park
The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market will once again transform Dilworth Park into a holiday shopping wonderland from November 17, 2018 to January 1, 2019. Over 50 artisans, designers, crafters and… Read More

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