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We're just a week away from our 10th Annual Strawberry Festival on June 2! Save the date and come to Historic Strawberry Mansion for free tours, strawberry picking, a plant sale and more family-friendly fun. #MyPhillyPark
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INSTALLATION OF NEW ROOF COVERING AND REMOVING OLD ROOF COVERING
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INSTALL 100A SERVICE, 6- OUTLETS, 110V CARBON/SMOKE ALARM, 3/10 YEAR BATTERY SMOKE ALARMS, REPLACE 10- OUTLETS, 10- SWITCHES, 3- PULL CHAINS, 5- FIXTURES... IN ACCORDANCE WITH 2008 NEC FOR A ONE FAMILY BUILDING
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REPAIR AND LEGALIZE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM THROUGHOUT BUILDING,CORRECT ELECTRICAL VIOLATION AS NEEDED,REPLACE 200AMP PANEL AND INSTALL ALL GROUNDING AS NEEDED AS PER 2008 NEC (EAST DISTRICT)
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Tiny honeybees play a big role in our ecosystem. Come to our Strawberry Festival on Saturday, June 2 to learn from the Mansion's beekeepers, see hive demonstrations, and sample honey — in addition to picking fresh berries, of course!
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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:
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We were delighted to host these costumers at Historic Strawberry Mansion for their Georgian Picnic! (📸 SewLoud)
Classroom fundraiser Rhodes Elementary School
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Admission is free today as we wrap up #LoveYourPark week! After you visit Historic Strawberry Mansion, make sure to explore more of the Park Charms: The Historic Houses of Fairmount Park.
It's Love Your Park Week in Philadelphia, and we're celebrating with FREE admission to Historic Strawberry Mansion this Sunday, May 20! Stop in while you're enjoying Fairmount Park this weekend.
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REPLACE CUR TRAP TO HOUSE,RAIN LEADER CESSPOOL AND CAST IRON UNDER BASEMENT FLOOR (SFD)"SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"
We have a new art exhibit on display! D. Eric Murphy's "Thoughts from the Trails - Crossing River Jordan" explores the scenery of Shenandoah National Park and the journey enslaved people took through this land while seeking freedom. Come to Historic Strawberry Mansion tomorrow from 6-8 pm for a reception honoring the exhibit, or explore it any time you visit this spring.