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West Oak Lane Library is on the REBUILD list!
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There's a man walking down 7500 block of Limekiln Pike and he's checking all doors to your automobiles to see if they were left unlocked. 2 people have had things taken from their automobiles due to their own negligence. He's a petty thief who takes cartons of water and paper towels toilet paper and any change you may have in your car. He even took handicapped placards left in the glove compartment.Please take a moment and lock your doors.He goes from car to car. I witnessed him doing this but he moves quickly.
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...were added over the years by Pennock after exhibiting at the Flower Show. Free admission; 1633 Washington Lane, Jenkintown, Pa...This article has 7 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
...walking and biking, a community garden and free kayaking on Saturdays in season. Free admission; 5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
...the university, and provides a home for wildlife including birds, crayfish and frogs. Free admission; 433 S. University Ave....
...also the home of more than 300 species of rare trees and shrubs. Free admission; 3822 Ridge Ave.
...17; walkers/cyclists $10; youth 3-17, military and students $10; children under 3 free; 100 E. Northwestern Ave.
...230 years ago. Adults $24.95; kids 2-11 $19.95; kids under 2 free; 3400 W. Girard Ave....
...your dog or a book and spend some quiet time among the stones. Free admission; 4000 Woodland Ave.
...a Victorian-era glass greenhouse, which seeks to maintain the traditional agricultural methods. Free admission; 6026 Germantown Ave.
Free Library of Pride For the second year, the Free Library of Philadelphia is going all out for Pride, with neary 50 LGBTQ-related events at its more than 20 branches. “The Free Library of Pride program is really driven by librarians, and the the librarians are really responding to the needs that they see from their patrons,” says Andrew Nurkin, head of the Free Library’s Center for Public Life. That means events for all ages, ranging from the scholarly to the silly. Here are a few highlights and the entire lineup of events: https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/main/home/page/1/terms/free-library-of-pride