INNER SUN
Apr
26
to Apr 29

INNER SUN

With the help of composer John Levis, Inner Sun will explore the parallel between the earth’s inner sun and that of the human body, the human spirit. The work further develops with multi-disciplinary artist Karl Mullen, whose spoken word provides a pulse to the movement of the dancers. No matter who we are, where we live, or our belief system, all of us have a heart that beats in our bodies and a human spirit that drives our journeys. This work celebrates the human body and spirit and the perfection of its design.

http://www.koreshdance.org/phila_interludes.php

 

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Apr
27
5:00 PM17:00

Dinos After Dark

Philadelphia’s dinosaur museum is open late tonight with pay-as you-wish admission, a pop-up beer garden with food in Dinosaur Hall, live animal presentations, and fun hands-on activities. The Academy welcomes adults and also families to enjoy the museum after dark! Dino Drafts: The Academy Beer Garden will be set up among the dinosaurs, and live animal shows will take place at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Suggested donation: $10. Partial proceeds from Dino Drafts benefit the Academy. Dinos After Dark takes place the fourth Friday of each month.

http://ansp.org/

 

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BCAN Walk to End Bladder Cancer
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

BCAN Walk to End Bladder Cancer

The BCAN Walk to End Bladder Cancer is the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network's national grassroots fundraising and awareness initiatives that help support the BCAN mission: to increase public awareness about bladder cancer, advance bladder cancer research, and provide educational and support services for the bladder cancer community.

http://support.bcan.org/site/TR?fr_id=1541&pg=entry

COST: $25

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TheFitExpo Philadelphia
Apr
28
to Apr 29

TheFitExpo Philadelphia

  • 1101 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA, 19107 United States (map)
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This action-packed weekend will feature amazing competitions and events, non-stop cutting edge classes, internet fitness celebrities, and hundreds of exhibits featuring the newest in fitness, diet, nutrition, strength and wellness products, with tons of free samples!

https://www.thefitexpo.com/ph.shtml

COST: $25 for daily admission; $40 for weekend package

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Go West Craft Fest
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Go West Craft Fest

  • 4000 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA, 19104 United States (map)
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80 local makers show artisan jewelry, functional ceramics, knitted accessories, cards, clothing, candles, soaps, scents, toys, tinctures, treasures and works of art. Enjoy live music, food trucks, children's activities, tours of the historic Woodlands Cemetery, and acrobatic performances as well.

http://gowestcraftfest.wixsite.com/home

COST: Free

 

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2018 Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl
Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

2018 Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl

  • 2200 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA, 19130 United States (map)
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The Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl is a free annual, indoor/outdoor festival for art lovers of all mediums, which transforms the Art Museum Area of Philadelphia into an eclectic showcase of local artists and performers in its streets, restaurants, businesses, shops and bars.

http://www.fairmountaveartscrawl.com/

COST: Free

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Margarita Rumble
Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Margarita Rumble

After inaugural kickoffs in London and New York last year, Craft Hospitality is bringing the popular Margarita Rumble to Philly. As 15 of the best bars and restaurants compete for the title of the Best Margarita in Philly. Kicking off at the Schmidt’s Commons, formerly known as the Piazza, dozens of mixologists will shake it up while you sample the best margaritas, and vote for your favorite! A DJ will keep you bamba’ing through the evening. Partygoers have three afternoon sessions to choose from when buying VIP or general admission tickets. VIP admission means early access one hour before the fiesta really kicks off!

This year, PAWS (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society) was chosen as the charity of choice as it’s dedicated to saving Philadelphia’s homeless and at-risk animals. PAWS is working to make Philadelphia a no-kill city where every healthy and treatable pet is guaranteed a home

You must be 21+ to attend. Food will be available for purchase, and a variety of food trucks will be on site.

Buy tickets here.

COST: $45-65

 

 

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Eats For Equity 2018
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Eats For Equity 2018

Eats for Equity is a fundraiser that supports The Enterprise Center's programs that support small businesses and families in West Philadelphia.

Featuring:

Local chefs and their small businesses
Live cooking demonstrations
Tasty treats, sweet and savory, featuring diverse cultural cuisines
Local food truck fair
Vegetarian and vegan options
Games & activities
Live music
Raffle

Early Bird and Group Discounts available!

Valet parking included.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eats-for-equity-2018-tickets-43757686418

COST: $60 - 75

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Grow YB: Plant the Seed with YouthBuild Philly
May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Grow YB: Plant the Seed with YouthBuild Philly

Please join us for YouthBuild Philadelphia's annual fundraiser, as we celebrate more than two decades of program success in providing opportunities for previously disconnected youth. We will celebrate with our sponsors, partners, donors and supporters, as well as program alumni.

Price includes food, open bar, entertainment, and more!

https://youthbuildphilly.ticketleap.com/growyb/

COST: $75

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2018 Sustainability Symposium
May
4
8:00 AM08:00

2018 Sustainability Symposium

Green Building United's 2018 Sustainability Symposium is a full day of educational sessions covering cutting edge green building and sustainability topics. Hear experts from across the region as they gather to discuss their current work, and the opportunities for social, environmental, and economic impact.

https://greenbuildingunited.org/events/2018-sustainability-symposium

COST: Early Bird Members: $50, Early Bird Non-Members: $100, Members: $75, Non-Members: $150, Government/Non-Profit: $100, Student: $25

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PAFA's 117th Annual Student Exhibition Preview Party
May
10
4:00 PM16:00

PAFA's 117th Annual Student Exhibition Preview Party

The Preview Party kicks off the historic Annual Student Exhibition and offers guests the first chance to view and purchase nearly 1,000 paintings, sculptures, works on paper, and installations created by PAFA’s BFA students, third-and fourth-year Certificate program students, and MFA candidates, all on the verge of their professional careers.

https://www.pafa.org/117th-annual-student-exhibition-preview-party-may-10-2018

COST: $50+

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May
10
6:00 PM18:00

Fairmount Park Conservancy's 11th Annual Centennial Celebration

  • North Horticultural Drive & Montgomery Drive, Philadelphia (map)
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Fairmount Park Conservancy’s 11th Annual Centennial Celebration will be a reception and dinner honoring leading park supporters for their generosity and dedication to all of Philadelphia’s parks. myphillypark.org or (215) 988-9334.

https://myphillypark.org/events/annual-fpc-events/centennial-celebration/

COST: $500

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Forage the Farm: Where the Wild Things Are
May
12
1:00 PM13:00

Forage the Farm: Where the Wild Things Are

  • 3200 Lawrenceville Road Lawrence Township, NJ, 08648 United States (map)
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Join us for a guided foraging adventure as we explore the meadows and fields searching for wild edibles. Together we will collect a cache of fresh, local ingredients to be used by a seasoned chef, to craft our wild edible plants into a forest to fork-style tasting menu. Bring a pouch and collect some edibles to bring home!

http://www.shopcherrygrovefarm.com/default.asp

COST: $65

 

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Historic Philadelphia Inc.'s 10th Annual An Evening in Franklin Square
May
17
5:30 PM17:30

Historic Philadelphia Inc.'s 10th Annual An Evening in Franklin Square

Historic Philadelphia Inc.’s 10th Annual An Evening in Franklin Square will include cocktails and a silent auction, followed by dinner along with a live auction and dancing at 7:30 pm. The Parx Square Derby, a carousel “race” where guests buy a mount or place bets and race to the finish, will be a highlight of the night.

 

www.historicphiladelphia.org

COST: $200

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Farmstead Cheese
May
20
1:00 PM13:00

Farmstead Cheese

  • 3200 Lawrenceville Road Lawrence Township, NJ, 08648 United States (map)
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In this hands-on class you’ll build on the principles taught in our ricotta-mozzarella class, learning how to make three classic farmstead cheeses from different parts of the globe: basket cheese, cottage cheese, and paneer.

http://www.shopcherrygrovefarm.com/Cherry-Grove-Farm-Farmstead-Cheesemaking-Class-p/chcl-ifc.htm

COST: $85

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May
22
6:00 PM18:00

Global Tastes

  • 150 North 6th Street Philadelphia, PA, 19106 United States (map)
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Global Tastes is a celebration of Philadelphia’s diverse communities through food! Started in 2007, Global Tastes is Nationalities Service Center’s most important fundraiser of the year and helps raise funds that allow immigrants and refugees in the Philadelphia area to continue to benefit from the NSC’s high quality comprehensive services.

https://nscphila.org/global-tastes-2018

 

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Mural Arts Philadelphia's Wall Ball
Jun
7
6:00 PM18:00

Mural Arts Philadelphia's Wall Ball

  • 29 East Allen Street Philadelphia, PA, 19123 United States (map)
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Join Mural Arts Philadelphia for a night of celebration and recognition with cocktails, delicious food, live entertainment, art auction, and guest artists. Funds generated by Wall Ball support collaborative public art projects and high-quality art education and training programs.

https://www.muralarts.org/events/wallball2018/

COST: $200+

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French Creek Iron Tour
Jun
10
7:00 AM07:00

French Creek Iron Tour

Take a bike ride in beautiful northern Chester County and help preserve open space through the French & Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust.

Cycle through historic Iron Furnace country and have a blast!  French & Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust preserves open space where iron blast furnaces and forges served as cornerstones of industry in colonial Pennsylvania - hence "Iron Tour."

http://www.irontour.org/

COST: $50 for Adults, Free for Children under 15

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Citizens Planning Institute Application Deadline
Sep
12
11:59 PM23:59

Citizens Planning Institute Application Deadline

  • 1515 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA, 19102 United States (map)
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Want to learn about planning, zoning, and development in Philly? Apply to be part of the Citizens Planning Institute course! Classes are on Wednesday evenings in October & November. Applications due September 12th. Citizens Planning Institute is the education and outreach arm of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission.

http://citizensplanninginstitute.org/

COST: $50 - 125

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Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, presented by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists
Oct
6
to Oct 14

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, presented by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST), a program of The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, offers a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life of a visual artist. Each October, explore hundreds of artist studios and community partner spaces in more than twenty Philadelphia neighborhoods and see the artistic process unfold right in your own backyard. 
POST, the largest open studio tours in the region, spotlights the vitality of Philadelphia’s visual arts scene and underscores the important contributions artists make to our city’s economic and civic life. Great for all ages, this citywide festival features studio visits, hands-on demos, workshops, artist talks, receptions, exhibitions and more—all through an approachable and easy-to-navigate, self-guided tour. 

October 6: West, October 7: Northwest, October 13: Northeast, October 14: South

West (including but not limited to: West Philadelphia, University City, Mantua, Powelton Village, Brewerytown, Fairmount, Center City West)

Northwest (including but not limited to: East Falls, Germantown, Roxborough Manayunk, Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy)

Northeast (including but not limited to: Callowhill, Old City, Northern Liberties, Fishtown, Kensington, Port Richmond, Harrowgate, Frankford, Torresdale)

South (including but not limited to: Center City East, Queen Village, Bella Vista, South Philadelphia, Point Breeze, NewBold, Fitler Square, Graduate Hospital, Grey’s Ferry)

https://www.philaopenstudios.org/

COST: Free

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Run for Clean Air
Apr
22
7:30 AM07:30

Run for Clean Air

Since 1981, Clean Air Council has held the Run for Clean Air in Philadelphia to celebrate Earth Day. The Run for Clean Air is one of the region’s longest-running charity races and its largest Earth Day event. Located on the beautiful banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, the Run is a celebration of sustainable and healthy neighborhoods, clean air, and improvements in the region’s overall environmental health. Year after year, sponsors, volunteers, runners, walkers and families choose to celebrate Earth Day with Clean Air Council.

  • 10K Run: A new and exciting longer distance Run.
  • 5K Run: A flat, fast, scenic course along MLK Drive perfect for new and seasoned runners alike.
  • 3K Walk: A fun and spirited stroll to celebrate Earth Day.
  • Kids’ Fun Run: A ½ mile fun run for ages 6-12 and 250 yard dash for ages 5 & under.

If you have any questions, please email events@cleanair.org or call Kamali Alloway at 215-567-4004 ext. 131

http://cleanair.org/runforcleanair/

COST: $15+

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2018 Philly Showcase of Wine, Cheese & Beer
Apr
20
6:00 PM18:00

2018 Philly Showcase of Wine, Cheese & Beer

Enjoy an upscale and fun evening of decadent wine and cheese. Featuring hundreds of unique wines, decadent cheeses & gourmet foods, along with live music and a silent auction. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - creating a bold change for Philadelphia's more distressed neighborhoods. 

http://www.bgcphila.org/news-events/philly-showcase-of-wine-cheese/

COST: $60

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PennFuture’s Fourth Annual Celebrating Women in Conservation Awards
Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

PennFuture’s Fourth Annual Celebrating Women in Conservation Awards

Each year, PennFuture honors the accomplishments of five exceptional women conservationists in Pennsylvania.  The 2018 Celebrating Women in Conservation Awards are designed to encourage continuing excellence in conservation and to forge a stronger network of exceptional women working to protect Pennsylvania’s environment.

https://pennfuture.salsalabs.org/2018221womeninconservationawardstickets/index.html?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=20cc1db2-b059-4097-b9e0-37dc1bbeb459

COST: $25

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Women In Business Conference and Luncheon
Apr
19
8:30 AM08:30

Women In Business Conference and Luncheon

The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce recognizes the contributions of women in all areas of employment/business; this program will bring women together to connect, learn, and grow.

http://www.nephilachamber.com/events-home/wibcphl/

COST: $150 per person – Conference Package, $15 per person – Business After Hours Only

 

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Vegetable Garden Planning
Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

Vegetable Garden Planning

Want to enjoy the most local food you can get all season long? It’s time to get planting! Start planning your very own edible garden now with the help of Greensgrow’s staff expert Ari. The workshop will focus on how to best use the space in your backyard or community plot for a healthy and productive vegetable garden that you can enjoy throughout the season.

http://www.greensgrow.org/event/vegetable-garden-planning-greensgrow-farms/

COST: $15

 

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Apr
14
9:00 AM09:00

Birding & Bagels

  • Riverbend Environmental Education Center (map)
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Are you interested in bird watching but not sure where to start? Join Riverbend and the Valley Forge Audubon Society for this birding 101 class and catch the birding fever! Experienced birders are welcome to join and pair off. Register number in your party at info@riverbendeec.org.

http://riverbendeec.org/

COST: Free

 

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Lecture: Mills of the Wissahickon
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

Lecture: Mills of the Wissahickon

  • 12 Morris Road Ambler, PA, 19002 United States (map)
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David Contosta will give an illustrated talk about the mills of the Wissahickon Valley, including their role in the American industrial revolution and their importance to the early economy of the Philadelphia region. He will touch on the ecological damage done by the mills and the reasons for their demise.

http://www.wvwa.org/events/Events/104/month--201804/vobid--1947/

COST: Members and children under 12: free, Non-members: $10.00

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Door 19: Off the Hook
Apr
12
6:00 PM18:00

Door 19: Off the Hook

Knock 3.14159 times on Door 19 for admission to an oddly charming evening that will forever change how you think about science. Curated for the curious, Door 19 is quirky science meets themed soiree, set against a backdrop of live performances, music, potent libations, and dinosaurs. For only four nights this year, you will have the chance to go beyond the Academy’s galleries and into specimen collections off-limits to visitors, alongside experts who will bring the coolest specimens out to play. The Academy’s rogue scientists will go a little bit off script to share their most incredible knowledge—from prohibition-era mixology to dinosaur foreplay. You’ll be reminded that no, in fact, you haven’t seen it all—far from it.

http://ansp.org/programs-and-events/adult-programs/door19/

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Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Academy Town Square: How the Urban Jungle Drives Evolution

Dutch evolutionary biologist Menno Schilthuizen explains the fascinating ways in which animals and plants adapt to the man-made cityscape and how this environment, in fact, speeds up evolution. His examples are fun and fascinating: Europe’s urban blackbirds sing at a higher pitch than their rural cousins, to be heard over the din of traffic; in Sendai, Japan, carrion crows have learned to use passing traffic to crack nuts. In April Schilthuizen’s new book on the topic—Darwin Comes To Town: How the Urban Jungle Drives Evolution—will be published. He will sign copies of his book at this free Academy Town Square.

ansp.org

COST: Free

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Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

Urban Regeneration Forum: Resilience

Join NEXUS and an array of academic, for-profit, non-profit, and public sector partners for a paradigm-shifting conversation exploring Resilience through the lens of Regeneration. This muli-faceted event will introduce living system frameworks, feature a panel of local leaders actively engaged in planning for the Resiliency of Philadelphia into the future, and close with a Keynote from Jim Newman centering on “community resilience”. Light fare; BYO water bottle!

https://nexus.ticketleap.com/phillyurf/

COST: Pay What You Wish

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Eating Well on a Budget
Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

Eating Well on a Budget

  • 45 Forest Avenue Ambler, PA, 19002 United States (map)
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Delicious and nutritious food is for everyone and it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You’ll be surprised to learn about all the healthy meals you can make for no more than $5. FOOD MOXIE staff will share their best tips for navigating the grocery store and their favorite budget friendly bites!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/moxie-tuesday-eating-well-on-a-budget-tickets-43205979247

COST: $5 donation request

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Practical Organic Gardening
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Practical Organic Gardening

Join newly published author Mark Highland, aka the Organic Mechanic, where he will share practical methods of organic gardening to make your garden greener, encourage beneficial insects, protect pollinators, and build healthy soils for all gardens. Copies of Practical Organic Gardening, will be available for purchase and signing after the workshop.

https://primexgardencenter.com/event/practical-organic-gardening/

COST: $10

 

 

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2018 Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival
Apr
6
to Apr 8

2018 Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival

  • 1412 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA, 19102 United States (map)
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Our mission is to bring the planet to Philadelphia through the power of environmental films. Jurors have reviewed 250 film submissions from 43 countries to create a weekend-long program that will entertain, inform, and inspire you. This year we are pleased also to offer a new Kids’ Planet program, a Student Short Film Competition, and a Regional film block. We showcase thought-provoking, exceptional new shorts and features that entertain, inform, and inspire personal action.

http://philaenvirofilmfest.org

COST: Cost: Weekend Passes $35

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Birds, Bees, and Us:  Circadian Health in Urban Environments
Apr
5
6:00 PM18:00

Birds, Bees, and Us: Circadian Health in Urban Environments

Light pollution in urban environments has been a growing problem for decades. Paradoxically, the introduction of energy-efficient LED bulbs is making cities glow even brighter. Current research, including the 2017 Nobel Prize-winning research into the Circadian Clock Gene has determined that increased nighttime illumination has disruptive consequences for all forms of life: plants, animals, pollinators and humans alike. Studies have shown that light pollution unravels the intertwined tapestry of day and night pollinators, that it speeds up the circadian rhythm of birds and other city dwellers, including ours. We now know that circadian disruption in humans leads to elevated stress hormone levels, increased inflammation and reduced immune function among other significant health challenges, such as melatonin sensitive cancers.

BioPhilly 4 brings together a diverse panel of experts from the City of Philadelphia Office of Sustainability, the fields of entomology, occupational and environmental medicine, ornithology, urban landscape design, urban wildlife and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation environmental education to discuss these shared challenges.

PANELISTS
Adam Agalloco, CEM, LEED AP, Energy Manager City of Philadelphia
John Cambridge, Ph.D., MPH, CEO Philadelphia Insectarium, and Butterfly Pavilion
Tony Croasdale, Environmental Educator Philadelphia Parks & Rec, The Urban Wildlife Podcast
Kim Douglas, M. Land. Arch, College of Architecture and Built Environment Jefferson University
Keith Russell, Program Manager for Urban Conservation, Audubon Pennsylvania
Pouné Saberi, M.D., Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Physicians for Social Responsibility

https://t.e2ma.net/webview/9cn8id/b7da325a8812a4fc2a34cb7045653846

COST: $15-30

 

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Panel Discussion: Art and Science Perspectives on Climate Change
Apr
5
4:00 PM16:00

Panel Discussion: Art and Science Perspectives on Climate Change

Diane Burko, Keynote and Presenting Artist; Ken Lacovara, Moderator, Dean of the School of Earth & Environment; Kate Marvel, Research Scientist at Columbia University and NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies; Luke Trusel, Department of Geology, School of Earth & Environment at Rowan University.

https://sites.rowan.edu/artgallery/exhibitions/diane-burko.html

COST: Free

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Mar
31
12:00 PM12:00

Adult Easter Egg Hunt in the Vineyard

  • 269 Riegelsville Warren Glen Road Phillipsburg, NJ, 08865 United States (map)
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Why should kids have all the fun? Must be 21 and older - complimentary at completion of a Paid Wine Tasting.

1 Egg per Adult only - each egg contains a number that corresponds to a special surprise; wine purchase discounts, wine glass, corkscrew, and more!

No Reservations - pay upon arrival

www.albavineyard.com

 

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Philly Vegan Pop Flea - Womxn-Made Market
Mar
31
12:00 PM12:00

Philly Vegan Pop Flea - Womxn-Made Market

  • 1501 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA, 19102 United States (map)
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Philly Vegan Pop Flea is proud to announce its first curated market! In conjunction with the Philly Vegan Lady Gang, please join us for an afternoon of celebrating vegan & veg-friendly womxn-owned businesses!

This market will benefit Peace Advocacy Group & Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.

https://vmarkstheshop.com/pages/philly-vegan-pop-flea

COST: Free

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Play-A-Palooza 2018
Mar
31
12:00 PM12:00

Play-A-Palooza 2018

  • 3500 Reservoir Drive Philadelphia, PA, 19121 United States (map)
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Smith invites families to celebrate the official start of Playground season which includes the opening of the Giant Wooden Slide and extended Spring and Summer visiting hours! Enjoy a special PBS Kids Pop Up with appearances by Nature Cat, special giveaways, games live performances, nature play, soccer, and more!

https://smithplayground.ticketleap.com/Playapalooza2018/

COST: $10/child, members & ACCESS cardholders free

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Welcome Spring at Awbury Arboretum
Mar
31
10:00 AM10:00

Welcome Spring at Awbury Arboretum

Join us in welcoming Spring!

Bring a picnic and spend the day at Awbury with family and friends. Our annual egg hunt begins at 10:00 AM, we'll be selling daffodil and hyacinth bulbs to support the Arboretum, and our AdventureWoods Natural Materials Playground will be open!

http://awbury.org/events/welcome-spring-egg-hunt/

COST: Free

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Brewer's Plate
Mar
30
6:30 PM18:30

Brewer's Plate

  • 300 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA, 19102 United States (map)
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Brewer's Plate is for anyone who enjoys exploring new food and drink trends or just looking to sample the best of Philadelphia’s kitchens and bars all in one night. The event is also an amazing opportunity for any passionate industry employee looking to build relationships with brewers, distillers, chefs, food artisans, and their products.

https://www.brewersplate.com/

COST: VIP: $99; General Admission: $77

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LEGO Mini Garden Spring Break Workshop
Mar
30
1:00 PM13:00

LEGO Mini Garden Spring Break Workshop

Join us for a fun, hands-on workshop as we design a miniature garden featuring LEGO® creations! We will fill shallow a planter with soil and live plants, and build LEGO® structures to decorate your whimsical garden. Take your project home and enjoy watching your plants grow! All materials will be provided, including a variety of LEGO® bricks and figures. Dress appropriately to work with soil.

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