1 hour ago

Release with Restorative Yoga and Reiki

Where: Healing Arts Studio at 15 W. Highland Ave.

    Release with Restorative Yoga and Reiki
    Though this wellness workshop is catered towards Weavers Way members, it's open to the public as well (and free). Along with bringing the right attitude to center oneself and some prior yoga and Reiki skills, you should also bring your own journal, a pen or pencil, a pillow and a mat.

1 hour ago

Summer Ale Festival

Where: Philadelphia Zoo at 3400 W. Girard Ave.

    Summer Ale Festival
    Celebrate the start of summer by oohing and aahing at the sights of animals while sipping specialty craft brews and jiving to music at the Philadelphia Zoo. Each ticket comes with an unlimited sampling of beer (unless you're the Designated Driver), gratuitous transportation from 30th Street Station, animal meet and greets, and evening admission to the zoo.

9 hours ago

Mayor Kenney's schedule for June 21, 2018

Where: Carpenters' Hall, 320 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA.

Where: Shops at Liberty Place Rotunda, 1650 Market St, Philadelphia, PA.

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Where: 1001 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA.

    Mayor Kenney's Public Schedule for Thursday
    10:00AM Mayor Kenney to Speak at the David McCullough Prize Announcement The Mayor will deliver remarks at this event to announce the Carpenters' Company establishment of the David McCullough Prize for Excellence in American Public History.

9 hours ago

Pop-Up Dinner

Where: Awbury Arboretum at the Francis Cope House at 1 Awbury Rd.

    Pop-Up Dinner
    Per the Eventbrite page, this is "a dinner inspired by the ancient Celtic solstice tradition of enjoying foods with the colors of the sun, that feature the force of fire and light!" Sounds exciting. The five-course dinner, prepared by Claire Phelan, will feature seasonal produce, foraged flowers, fragrant herbs and "forest things."

9 hours ago

Orkney Street Summer Solstice Potluck BBQ for World Peace

Where: Private residence in Northern Liberties at 833 N. 5th St.

    Orkney Street Summer Solstice Potluck BBQ for World Peace
    An annual unpretentious open house with a pretentious name, this NoLibs potluck-style barbecue is hosted by Helen and Jonathan Sher and Janet Finegar. Per the Facebook event, all are welcome, so long as they bring something to share! Bonus: The family has a dog named Nyx.

9 hours ago

Ravens on the Rooftop Summer Solstice Soirée

Where: Parkway Central Library - 4th Floor Rooftop Terrace at 1901 Vine St.

    Ravens on the Rooftop Summer Solstice Soirée
    Mingle and sip while watching the (late) sunset on Parkway Central Library's rooftop terrace. Tickets include an open bar with Goose Island beers, heavy appetizers and snacks. The event is for adults ages 21 and up. Where: Parkway Central Library - 4th Floor Rooftop Terrace at 1901 Vine St.

13 hours ago

2nd Annual Summer Solstice Festival

Where: John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum at 8601 Lindbergh Blvd.

    2nd Annual Summer Solstice Festival
    All-ages, family-friendly festival that invites you to "explore, experience and enjoy the sights and sounds" of John Heinz Wildlife Refuge. There will be activities such as face-painting, guided hikes, a moth watch, kayaking, music performances, food trucks and a screening of "Chasing Ice," a documentary on climate change.

19 hours ago

Party at a distillery on Sunday, June 24: The Ultimate Philly Food Truck Celebration

1431 North Cadwallader Street

    Ultimate Philly Food Truck Celebration
    Spend the afternoon with Billy Penn as we showcase the competitors in our Ultimate Philly Food Truck bracket! Join us as we help New Liberty launch their brand new outdoor courtyard space with some live music from Luke Cleary and the Wayback, and enjoy food from contending trucks.

19 hours ago

Mayor Kenney's schedule for June 20, 2018

Where: Parkside Evans Rec Center, 5300 Parkside Ave, Philadelphia, PA.

Where: The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA.

    Mayor Kenney's Public Schedule for Wednesday
    11:00AM Mayor Kenney to Speak at the 2nd Anniversary of the Signing of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax The Mayor will join Councilman Curtis Jones and other officials to celebrate the second anniversary of the signing of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax. He will also make a special announcement about Rebuild.

19 hours ago

Three Philly libraries have gotten "play and learn" spaces — mini jungle gyms that help kids engage

8/24 PIDC is offering RFQ for 4601 Market Street

150 N. 6th Street

    Shh! This is a... jungle gym? Philly libraries remade for play
    Seven-year-old Olivia Kinkel and her family visit the Whitman library in South Philadelphia a couple of times a week, enough to feed Olivia's appetite for "chapter books." She already likes the library. Now, she has a ten-foot reason to like it even more.

31 hours ago

With Pence in Philly, thousands flood Rittenhouse Square to protest separating families at U.S. border

The #KeepFamiliesTogether movement in Philadelphia continues with a “Families Belong Together” rally is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 30, at noon in front of the ICE Regional Office on 220 Chestnut St.

    With Pence in Philly, thousands flood Rittenhouse Square to protest separating families at U.S. border
    Instead of kids playing in Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday evening, a collection of empty children's shoes stretched across the park's stone pavings. Meant to symbolize the children being held in facilities along U.S.

35 hours ago

Here's the list of the first 64 parks, rec centers, playgrounds and libraries that'll receive Rebuild money, funded mostly by the soda tax

2032-62 N 8th Street

600 Port Royal Avenue

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1450 N 26th Street

641 Lindley Avenue

2109 W Chew Avenue

900 Federal Street

1701 Belmont Avenue

5801 W Girard Avenue

2020-50 W Lehigh Avenue

851 W Olney Avenue

1800 Washington Avenue

700 Cobbs Creek Parkway

280 Cobbs Creek Parkway

2901 Cedar Street

4423 Longshore Avenue

800-82 N 8th Street

1202-32 E Montgomery Avenue

2400 N 11th Street

601 Borbeck Ave

5800 Chester Avenue

3267-81 Almond Street

575 Tomlinson Road

147 Master Street

4740 Wayne Avenue

3455 Kensington Avenue

9850 Roosevelt Boulevard

2136 Castor Avenue

1919-41 W Ontario Street

5325 Overbrook Avenue

4901 Kingsessing Avenue

6000 Rising Sun Avenue

5800 Cobbs Creek Parkway

5543 Haverford Avenue

3720 N Broad Street

6942 Woodland Avenue

2000 Washington Lane

5100 Pine Street

740 S 17th Street

2101-35 Cecil B. Moore Avenue

601 E Indiana Avenue

400-64 E Ontario Street

732-66 N 36th Street

5700 Torresdale Avenue

300 Shunk Street

Olney Recreation Center / Hammond and Nedro

3101-27 N 22nd Street

8101 Bustleton Avenue

1501 E Bristol Street

9201 N Delaware Avenue

2987 Almond Street

3201 North 5th Street

7301 Torresdale Avenue

5700 Haverford Avenue

2200 E Auburn Street

2600 Morris Street

5710-18 Germantown Avenue

4131 Unruh Avenue

2502-12 N Howard Street

5100 Westminster Avenue

200-64 E Olney Avenue

    City Council approves first 64 Rebuild sites: Here's what's coming! | Office of the Mayor
    In early June 2018, City Council approved the first round of sites for Rebuild! Here's what that means and why that's important. Rebuild is the City's program to improve parks, rec centers, playgrounds, and libraries across Philly's neighborhoods. Most sites will be funded through bonds paid for by the Philadelphia Beverage Tax.

35 hours ago

Developer Goldenberg Group is buying the parking lot at 8th & Chestnut for a whopping $24 million. The high sale price likely means they have big plans for the site.

Developer Goldenberg Group is buying the parking lot at 8th & Chestnut for a whopping $24 million. The high sale price likely means they have big plans for the site.

    PPA set to sell 8th & Chestnut parking lot to Goldenberg Group - Philadelphia Business Journal
    Goldenberg Group is prepared to spend more than $24 million for a parking lot at 8th and Chestnut streets that would give the Blue Bell-based real estate developer control of a huge chunk of a city block.

43 hours ago

Across the street from a giant grocery store in North Philly, one man sells cheap bags of produce to residents

Perhaps Fresh Grocer and Aleksandr Faynberg are competitors, but for those who live near Broad and Jefferson streets, they both fill an essential need.

Lee added that the truck is easier to navigate than the Fresh Grocer, which sits one block over at Broad and Oxford streets and is often crowded. Cheaper prices at the truck may be another draw for North Philadelphia residents, who Faynberg said are the majority of his customers.

    In North Philly, a produce truck and a supermarket are fighting food insecurity - Generocity Philly
    On maps detailing food insecurity in the city, North Philadelphia has long been marked as an area to be concerned about. But, as more studies and reports of hunger in the neighborhood surface, a produce truck on Broad and Jefferson streets quietly sells produce for about $1 to $2 a bag - and has been for nearly 25 years.

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