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FREE ART WORKSHOP APRIL 11TH WITH SPIRAL Q & JOHN HEINZ NATIONAL WILD LIFE REFUGE AT TINICUM RIGHT IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD, WORKSHOP HELD @ KINGSESSING REC. CENTER😀
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"Voted the best urban trail by USA Today in 2015, the SRT is a 130-mile multiuse path that begins all the way out in Schuylkill County and will now stretch as far as southwest Philly thanks to a U.S. Department of Transportation grant. Bridging the gap known as the Christian to Crescent Connection, the completion project will connect Center City to the trail’s existing Grays Ferry Crescent section, near Bartram’s Garden, by utilizing an elevated track and a cable-stayed bridge spanning the river and a few active docks. ... “Investing in the Schuylkill River Trail expansion isn’t just about enhancing another one of the City of Philadelphia’s many tourist attractions – this is an investment in the economy, health and growth of the city,” Sen. Casey said in a release. “Providing a safe and sustainable way for residents to commute and enjoy the city not only makes it attractive for newcomers but also for businesses.” "
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If you missed the event last year here is a photo to give you an idea of a day of celebrating our youth with challenges, triumphs and disabilities.
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Any bike riders out there? Join the 17th Police District Advisory Council and PPD South Division Officers and Leaders (1st, 3rd and 17th Police Districts) for our first annual memorial bike ride to honor our officers killed in the line of duty throughout South Philadelphia. The ride is a $20 donation to the PDAC and Police Memorial fund, and comes with BBQ lunch and a 1st Annual South Division Memorial Ride tshirt. 9am at the NW corner of Chews Playground
EveryBlock collects 20 types of news in Philadelphia — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 1800-1899 S. 36th St.