May 18-May 19, 2013
Explore Philadelphia’s iconic landscapes and little-known places during What’s Out There Weekend Philadelphia. On May 18th and 19th, The Cultural Landscape Foundation will host free, expert-led tours at over two-dozen historically significant examples of landscape architecture in the area, including hidden gems in Fairmount Park, the Beaux Arts grounds of the Rodin Museum and the Philadelphia Museum ...More
Presented by Acting Without Boundaries
May 19, 2013
Founded in 2004 by Christine Rouse, Acting Without Boundaries challenges perceptions about people with disabilities through professional quality theater, teaches performing arts ...More
May 19, 2013
— The Garden State Iris Society invites everyone to stop and see the flowers at the Iris Show on Sunday, May 19 from 11:30 to 4 p.m. at the Burlington Center Mall, 2501 Mount ...More
May 18-May 19, 2013
Cedar Maze is the studio and sculpture garden of Steven Snyder where he displays his recent works in stone in an enchanting rural setting. Utilizing found objects and stone ...More
Presented by Salem County Arts in Bloom
May 18-May 19, 2013
A free two-day art event, spanning all of Salem County, NJ. Enjoy free open studio tours of local artists and galleries. Activities may include pottery demonstrations, ...More
May 19, 2013
Join a Naturalist for a walk in the preserve as we learn about local reptiles and their habitats. All ages welcome....More
May 19, 2013
The warming of the days of spring are enhanced by the flurry of spring’s flowers. Join us as we walk to discover these wonders of spring. No pre-registration needed. ...More
May 17-May 19, 2013
The Scott Arboretum will be having its third Unusual Annuals and Tropicals Sale on May 17-19. For many years the Scott Arboretum has showcased interesting tropicals and annuals in ...More
|MIA MURATORI Translations: Encaustic Paintings to Wool Rugs|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE www.miamuratori.com tele:302-494-3042
|12 Gates Arts||06/07/13-|
|In Pursuit Marathon|
In Pursuit Marathon asks the Question ; "What are you in Pursuit of of?"
|2nd Street Festival|
The Fifth Annual 2nd Street Festival will be held Sunday, August 4th, 2013 from noon until 10 p.m. We're closing off North 2nd between Germantown and Green Streets here in Northern Liberties and filling the entire street with workshops, art, food, beer gardens, and other merchandise vendors. This year we have four music & event stages, all programmed for us by the Philadelphia Folksong Society, who are coming into the city and helping us throw this supersized block party together.
|2nd Street Festival||08/04/13||Philadelphia|
|4th Annual 4UDREW Car Show and Festival|
4th Annual 4UDREW Car Show and Festival. All years makes and models welcome. Food, Vendors, DJ/Music, car show and raffles.
|4UDrew - Richard Andrew Panettieri Foundation||08/04/13||Doylestown|
Invisible River is a free, public aerial dance and music concert in Fairmount Park taking place by the Strawberry Mansion Bridge on Kelly Drive on Saturdays, June 15th & 22nd and Sundays, June 16th and 23rd from 7:30-8:30pm. During the event, a chorus of 11 dancing singers perform haunting folk compositions by Elliott Harvey of 'stick and a stone' while leading audience members through interactive choreography installations. Audience members arrive at a vacant parking lot turned into a...
|Alie + the Brigade||06/15/13-|
|National Collector Car Appreciation Day Car Show|
Friday, July 12th, American Collectors Insurance, the nation’s leading provider of specialty insurance coverage, will celebrate the fourth annual National Collector Car Appreciation Day at its Cherry Hill, NJ headquarters. Hundreds of car lovers will stop by 496 N. Kings Highway between 4pm and 7pm to partake in the festivities, as collectors from the Delaware Valley will gather to show off their beautiful cars, motorcycles, trucks, and other unique vehicles. There’s sure to be...
|American Collectors Insurance||07/12/13||Cherry Hill|
|The Secret Lives of Baked Goods Meet & Greet at Anthropologie|
Popular CakeSpy blogger and self-proclaimed “dessert detective” Jessie Oleson Moore has put her sweet-sleuthing skills to work in her new book "The Secret Lives of Baked Goods: Sweet Stories and Recipes for America’s Favorite Desserts", uncovering the fascinating histories behind America’s favorite cakes, pies, confections, and sweets. Come taste one of the recipes from Jessie's new book and get your copy signed.
|Outdoors with Kids Philadelphia Book Launch Event|
Join the Appalachian Mountain Club (outdoors.org) for outdoor fun at Awbury Arboretum, 1 Awbury Rd., Philadelphia, PA, from 2-4pm. We will be celebrating the book release of Outdoors with Kids Philadelphia by Susan Charkes. This info-packed guide from outdoor experts at AMC focuses on 100 close-to-home outdoor experiences in & around the city. Come explore the trails, meadows, and wetlands of our featured destination, Awbury Arboretum, and join us for organized kid-friendly activities....
|Appalachian Mountain Club||06/09/13||Philadelphia|
|Breath, Meditation & Mind: Introduction to Art of Living|
This one hour workshop provides a glimpse into an approach that can increase personal capacity while putting a smile on people's faces across the world. Gain insight into the laws that govern the mind and emotions. Learn breathing techniques that help de-stress, reduce negative emotions while increasing energy, focus and efficiency. Experience the effects of a state of meditation being in a place of 'restful alertness.' Over 250 Philadelphians have attended this free workshop in the past...
|Art of Living Foundation||11/19/12-|
|AOY 2nd Annual Juried Show|
Opening Reception on May 3 from 6-9pm. Awards ceremony. 7:30pm. Refreshments. Paintings, photographs, mixed media and sculpture selected by juror Lisa Tremper Hanover, director of the Michener Art Museum. Free entry. All artwork is for sale. Come and find that one-of-a-kind piece of artwork!
|Artists of Yardley||05/03/13-|
|We Are All|
We Are All is an exhibit by students of the Mural Arts program. The exhibition is a cross-city conversation about identity between youth participants in Philadelphia, and engages the creative minds and kindred spirits of students from disparate backgrounds. Young artists explore personal, collective, cultural, and geographical identities through portraits, collaborative projects, and interactive works of art that signify who they are and where they are headed.
|Asian Arts Initiative||05/03/13-|
|SKATE SHOP: Nin Truong and Asian Arts Initiativeâ€™s Youth Arts Workshop|
Skate Shop: Nin Truong and Asian Arts Initiative’s Youth Arts Workshop
|Asian Arts Initiative||06/14/13-|
|Sugar Cane Festival|
Spring will be upon us much sooner, followed by a wonderful summer. And you know that can only mean one thing… The Ninth Annual Sugar Cane Festival hosted by Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM). We invite you to join us at the Official Start of Summer in Latino Philadelphia! The Sugar Cane Festival attracts thousands of visitors over the course of the day. Each year, Sugar Cane Festival attendees look forward to receiving information and presentations by...
|AsociaciÃ³n de PuertorriqueÃ±os en Marcha||06/08/13||Philadelphia|
|Museum Without Walls: Audio|
Museum Without Walls™: Audio is a new kind of interpretive program for Philadelphia’s public art. Each audio program is told by a variety of people from all walks of life who are connected to the sculpture by knowledge, experience or affiliation. Nearly 100 “voices” at 35 stops explore 51 sculptures along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Kelly Drive. Just use your cell phone to dial 215-399-9000 and the stop number located on the sign in front of the...
|Association for Public Art||06/10/10-|
|Italian American Heritage Festival|
Italian American Heritage Festival... Family fun for all. Wonderful entertainment, food, sweets, and fun for the children.
|Associazone Regionale Abruzzese Delco||06/02/13||Media|
Come to the grand re-opening of the newly renovated and expanded Bala Cynwyd Library. Ribbon cutting. Books & checkout records from Lower Merion's first library, opened in 1842. Dancing for young children. Music for all. Come dressed as your favorite literary character (kids and adults alike).
|Bala Cynwyd Library||05/19/13||Bala Cynwyd|
|y Pot Luck Picnic|
BBW and Admirers Delaware Valley will be hosting a picnic on Saturday June 8th from 12-4pm. It will be held at the Red Bank Battlefield Park in National Park Nj 100 Hessian Rd. We will be meeting in the Pavillion in the park.Please bring your own beverages (No alcohol allowed in park) For more info please contact Larry at 609-870-8853 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Children are welcome at the picnic and it will be held rain or shine
|BBW and Admirers Delaware Valley||06/08/13||National Park|
|Player One @ Barcade|
Come out for a fun Sunday afternoon of board games and good times! The weather is getting nicer so we plan to play games out on the patio as well as inside.
|Best Con Ever||05/19/13||Philadelphia|
|Bicycle Club of Philadelphia Rides|
Bicycle Club or Philadelphia offers a wide variety of rides throughout the Greater Delaware Valley for cyclists of all abilities and interests.
|Bicycle Club of Philadelphia||03/31/12-|
|Mt. Airy Kids' Literary Festival|
Join us again for our annual Mt. Airy Kids' Literary Festival with a weekend full of readings, activities, programs, crafts, poetry, music,goodies and giveaways, and writing workshops. Free, and open to everyone. Events for toddlers all the way up to young adults. Featuring Ame Dyckman, Mark Mattson, NatureYoga for Kids,Gina Ferragame, and more. Also included: an entire line-up of activities and events at Color Book Gallery on Germantown Avenue in Mt. Airy. Check out our most updated...
|Big Blue Marble Bookstore||05/17/13-|
|The 2013 Brandywine Health Foundation Strawberry Festival|
The 41st Annual Strawberry Festival will be held May 30 - June 2, 2013 and it will be another spectacular celebration of an event that has benefited the greater Coatesville community for over four decades! This highly anticipated four-day family oriented event, which has grown significantly in size and stature, now attracts over 25,000 visitors with wholesome fun, activities, entertainment, food, shopping and more. This year promises to be better than ever!
Once again, proceeds from...
|Brandywine Health Foundation||05/30/13-|
|Brandywine Big Bang BBQ Weekend|
From Pig Pickin' to Chickin' Lickin' – we’re planning a fun BBQ & Wine outing. Beat the shore crowds and spend a rousing Fourth of July Weekend with great BBQ & Wine outings at the wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail. Eight family-owned and operated regional wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail will be offering a variety of wines, food, picnicking, and music to celebrate Independence Weekend. No Passports or Tickets required to attend. Come join us...
|Brandywine Valley Wine Trail||07/06/13-|
|Holiday Open House|
Complete all your holiday shopping as you relax at our wineries! We're setting the stage for stress-free holiday shopping. The wineries will be decorated in their holiday finery and will be hosting carolers, holiday musicians, and offering special holiday sale pricing. Forget fighting the crowds at the malls. Wine always fits, so shop with us!
|Brandywine Valley Wine Trail||11/30/13-|
|Civil War Museum Open House|
Free guided tours of the Bucks County Civil War Museum and Library. Special exhibit on the 104th PA Volunteer Regiment. Light refreshments.
|Bucks County Civil War Round Table, Inc||05/27/13||Doylestown|
|Pennsylvania Women in the Civil War|
“Pennsylvania Women and the Civil War” will be Juanita Leisch Jensen’s topic for the June 4th monthly meeting of the Bucks County Civil War Round Table. Juanita is an independent scholar studying the lives and roles of civilians in the Civil War era. She works through primary sources by collecting photographs, original garments, artifacts and books. Over the years she has given presentations in 29 states and England. She kicked off the Civil War Susquicentennial by giving...
|Bucks County Civil War Round Table, Inc||06/04/13||Doylestown|
|Civil War Recruitment Rally|
The Bucks County Civil War Round Table and Museum will host Abraham Lincoln to a family oriented event commemorating the enlistment of Civil War soldiers into the 104th Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment in the summer of 1864. James A. Getty, the country’s foremost Abraham Lincoln portrayer, will arrive by carriage to the Bucks County Court House grounds. He will be escorted by members of a mounted cavalry unit. Prior to his arrival, youngsters to the age of 14 years are able to enlist in...
|Bucks County Civil War Round Table, Inc||06/09/13||Doylestown|
|Wednesday Karaoke |
Sing Karaoke every Wednesday in Newtown, PA, at the Green Parrot Restaurant & Bar! Karaoke starts at 9 pm and they offer one of the largest karaoke books in the area.
|Bucks County Karaoke||07/11/12-|
|2nd Annual Fourth of July Parade|
Middletown Township is having Its Second 4th of July Parade The opening ceremony will begin the parade at Veterans Memorial Park. A 21-gun salute will start the parade, which then continues along Trenton Road and ends at Twin Oaks Park. Featured are Barracks Fife & Drum Corp, the Tri-County Band, and the Polish American String Band. There are many ways that you can participate. A Float Contest - Businesses and organizations may submit an entry for a theme decorated float. A maximum of 10...
|Bucks County Recreation Council||07/04/13||Levittown|
|Byers' Choice Garden Tour|
Penn State Master Gardener, Maryann Lobko will be hosting garden tours on the award winning property of Byers' Choice. This free tour will explore the English Garden, sculptures, and gates. Please check the website www.byerschoice.com as it is weather permitting.
|Byers Choice, Ltd.||06/15/13||Chalfont|
|Carriage Trade Public Auto Auction|
Carriage Trade sells over 30,000 cars, trucks, boats and recreational vehicles a year, which makes it one of, if not the largest public auto auction in America and maybe the world. Now we offer our auction ONLINE! Every Monday at 4:30pm you can log onto our online auction site and bid on the cars you want from anywhere in the world. Our auction still begins at 5pm, whether it be online or here at Carriage Trade. Experience huge savings on the purchase of a used vehicle by joining the...
|Carriage Trade Public Auto Auction||12/17/12-|
|KidsInCenterCity.com Saturday Playdate|
Bring your children to The Market & Shops at the Comcast Center to join Calliou, a wide-eyed adventurous four-year-old, for a meet and greet and afternoon crafts. Don't forget to bring your camera!
Market merchants will offer kid-friendly treats and crafts.
|Center City District||06/01/13||Philadelphia|
|Opening Reception "Susan Hagen: Social Studies"|
Join us for the opening reception of "Susan Hagen: Social Studies," curated by Robin Rice. Meet the artist and view her works that address themes of social awareness, personal identity, and the human condition.
|Center for Art in Wood||06/07/13||Philadelphia|
|Gallery Talk with Susan Hagen|
Exhibiting artist Susan Hagen talks about the four bodies of work on view at The Center from June 7-July 22.
|Center for Art in Wood||06/08/13||Philadelphia|
|Salvaging New Ideas: Reflections on a Residency Program|
A closing gallery talk with exhibiting artist Mark Gardner, moderated by Executive Director Albert LeCoff. Event is free, RSVP to The Center by calling 215-923-8000.
|Center for Art in Wood||05/25/13||Philadelphia|
|Susan Hagen: Social Studies|
"Susan Hagen: Social Studies" is an in-depth survey of recent work by Philadelphia artist Susan Hagen, which addresses themes of social awareness, personal identity and the human condition.
|Center for Art in Wood||06/07/13-|
|CAA - Needle Arts|
Sewing & Needlework
|Center in the Park||05/01/13-|
|CAA - Poetry & Discussion|
Poetry & Writing
|Center in the Park||05/02/13-|
|CAA - Pottery Class|
|Center in the Park||05/01/13-|
|"Coping With The Unfriendly Skies"|
Once a luxurious adventure, air travel
|Central Senior Services/ Parkway Central Library||06/19/13||Philadelphia|
|"Preventing Problems & Getting Justice"|
Michael Wolinsky, Esq. believes that the smart travler begins protecting his or her vacation before signing any agreement with a tour operator or travel company. Mr. Wolinsky will explain how to prevent problems before the occur. He will also discuss what to do if the vacation that you planned and saved for becomes a disaster.
|Central Senior Services/ Parkway Central Library||06/26/13||Philadelphia|
|Ruminations: Stephanie Rogers & Rita Reisser|
Cerulean Arts is pleased to present Ruminations featuring paintings by Stephanie Rogers and lithographs and sculpture by Rita Reisser. While the media and end results differ, both artists use abstract forms within in their work to process their ruminations on life.
|Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio||05/15/13-|
|2013 Resident Artist Exhibition - Opening|
Cheltenham Center for the Arts will host the 2103 Resident Artists opening on Sunday, May 19, 2013 from 2pm-4pm and on view through June 9, 2013. Three resident artists will be displaying their work and installations; Colleen Hammond, painting, Patti Nelson, ceramics and Laura Demme, ceramics.
|Cheltenham Center for the Arts||05/19/13||Cheltenham|
|CHF First Friday: Ales of the Revolution|
Politicians by day and beer drinkers by night, our founding fathers clearly appreciated a good brew. Philadelphia’s own Yard’s Brewing Company has created ales based on 17th-century recipes by eminent figures like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Join us for a tasty history lesson in the art and science of re-creating Revolutionary-era ales led by CHF’s rare-book curator (and avid home brewer), James Voelkel. Enjoy a pop-up exhibit created with artifacts from the...
|Chemical Heritage Foundation||06/07/13||Philadelphia|
|Second Sunday Chestnut Hill: Shop, Stroll, Brunch|
SHOP, STROLL, BRUNCH- Beginning April 14th, shops and restaurants will offer special brunch promotions, retail discounts and entertainment every second Sunday of the month. Designed as a special day of brunching, shopping, strolling and family fun, free parking will be available in the lots conveniently located along Germantown Ave. on Second Sunday in Chestnut Hill.
Come for our wide variety of shops, dine at one of our exceptional restaurants, and visit the Morris Arboretum...
|Summer Open House Series at the Chestnut Hill Gallery!|
Summer is coming, and the Chestnut Hill Gallery is celebrating! Every first Saturday of the month come by from 6-8pm for an open house and enjoy a wide selection of art from gallery artists. Spring and summer are a great time to re-decorate your home – don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!
|Chestnut Hill Gallery and Frame Shoppe||05/04/13-|
|Ahoy, Stranger! Music of Travel and Adventure|
Join the Chestnut Street Singers for the final concert of our 2012–2013 season.
|Chestnut Street Singers||06/02/13||Philadelphia|
|Chris and Tommy's Goodtime Folk Rock Show -World cafe live |
Sunday evening performance featuring Chris and Tommy and Doug electric /acoustic show with other artists TBA
|Chris and Tommy||07/07/13||Philadelphia|
|Memorial Day Tribute|
Join us as we remember America’s heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. The tribute includes a wreath-laying ceremony at the grave site of Major Charles Mc Euen who headed the 6th Union League Regiment in the Civil War, and a ceremonial placing of 13 star flags at the grave sites of Revolutionary War patriots.
|Christ Church Burial Ground||05/27/13||Philadelphia|
|City Kids 2|
City Kids2, a Saturday program for children and teens, 5 -18 years of age. The program is developing strong, biblically based characteristics and values in the children and youth in our community. There is no fee for the program.
|City Church of Philadelphia||06/01/13-|
|John Brown's Legacy Cell Phone Tour|
John Brown had deep and rich connections to Philadelphia's anti-slavery community. Explore these connections with the stops on this cell phone tour. To access the tour, dial 215-399-9898. You will hear a brief introduction on Civil War Philadelphia and then an invitation to enter #13 to begin the John Brown tour. There is no extra charge for calling the tour number, although you will be charged for your cell phone minutes. All tour stops are in Philadelphia unless otherwise indicated.
|Civil War History Consortium||06/11/10-|
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