Manayunk Craft Beer Festival‘Beer Lovers Reunite!’ Beer lovers get a chance to try 70 + craft beers at the Manayunk Craft Beer Festival at Manayunk Brewing Company on April 29 from 1 pm to 5 pm! The annual event, now...
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philadelphia Science Festival, Opening Weekend At Museum Of The American Revolution and Morgan’s Pier, Earth Day and More!Market Street Bridge ‘Science, History & Fun‘ The weekend kicks off with the Philadelphia Science Festival, the opening weekend of the Museum of the American Revolution and Morgan’s...
Philadelphia Science Festival Returns With Nine Days Of Excitement!Courtesy of Philadelphia Science Festival ‘Bringing Science and Fun Together!’ Get your nerd on at the Philadelphia Science Festival, a nine day festival that occurs annually in Philadelphia...
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Manayunk Restaurant Week, Easter Events, FDR Fest, Headhouse District’s Easter Promenade and More!86th Annual Easter Promenade in South District Headhouse ‘Celebrating Easter in Philadelphia & Much More!’ The weekend kicks off with Manayunk Restaurant Week, the continuation of American...
Dining Out For Life Philadelphia With Restaurants and Food Trucks‘Eating Fabulous Foods for a Good Cause!’ It’s that special time to enjoy excellent food all across the Philadelphia area for a special cause. In its 27th year, Dining Out for Life takes place on...
Easter Activities in Philadelphia Area – Egg Hunts, Easter Parade, Brunches and More!‘Family Fun With Peter Cottontail’ The Easter holiday is fast approaching in the City of Brotherly Love and brings a number of egg hunts, many Easter brunches and dinners, and the chance to...
Fabulous Philly Food At The NFL Draft Experience April 27 – 29!Baby Back Rib Platter Courtesy of Baby Blues BBQ ‘Cheesesteaks, Barbecue, Crab Fries, Cheese Curds ~ Oh My!’ Football and food sounds like a dangerous combination! Think of the ultimate tailgate...
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'Get Ready To Rumble Football Lovers!' It might not be like the Philadelphia Eagles winning a Super Bowl, which many of us Eagles fans hope happens in the near future, but it certainly will be at the top of many football enthusiasts lists when the NFL Draft comes to Philly! The NFL Draft itself will be taking place at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art April 27 to 29. For the first … [Read More...]
'Nation’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Residential Street' Elfreth's Alley is known as our nation’s oldest continuously inhabited residential street. The alley is located off Second and Front Streets, between Arch and Race Streets in the Old City Neighborhood of Philadelphia. The Elfreth's Alley Museum officially opens April 1 for the 2017 season! The Alley will be offering tours from … [Read More...]
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ XPN Music Film Festival, Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival, First Sunday At The Barnes and More!
'Cherry Blossoms In Philly!' Experience the beauty of Cherry Blossoms throughout Philadelphia! The weekend kicks off with The King and I Musical, XPN Music Film Festival, Philly Pops & Jazz, American Spirits: The Rise & Fall of Prohibition, the continuation of the Israel Film Festival and the continuation of Jurassic World: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute. During the weekend … [Read More...]
'Exciting Art at Your Cost on Wednesday Nights & Much More' Exciting news for you Art Lovers! Enjoy Pay What You Wish' at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Wednesday nights from 5 pm to 8:45 pm and on the first Sunday of every month from 5 pm to 8:45 pm! Visitors can pay $10, $8, $5, $2, etc., allowing you to explore the Museum and its remarkable collections showcasing works by Marcel … [Read More...]
‘A Celebration of Light & Culture’ If you missed it last year, be visually inspired as visitors will get to experience the Chinese Lantern Festival again at Franklin Square in Historic Philadelphia May 9 to June 11. The Festival is a celebration of light and culture that features artisans from China and the Philadelphia region. The square will come alive and glow with 29 new … [Read More...]
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philly Wine Week, Starkbierfest At Brauhaus Schmitz, The Kindness Meetup And More!
'Spring Has Arrived In Philly!' So spring has gotten off to a late start, but at least there is one 70° day in the forecast for the weekend! The weekend kicks off with Starkbierfest at Brauhaus Schmitz, Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus Presents Philly Made, The King and I Musical, Think Local, Give Local Garces Foundation Benefit, 4th Friday in South Street Headhouse District, more of Philly … [Read More...]
'Springtime Food Tasting Event From Some of East Passyunk's Restaurants' What was once East Passyunk's Flavors of the Avenue is now Flavors on the Avenue! After 10 years under the tent, this annual event is moved onto the streets of East Passyunk and takes place April 30 from noon to 5 pm! This exceptional food event in the East Passyunk Neighborhood brings the neighborhood’s top … [Read More...]
'Savoring Wines All Over Philly' Move on over Philly Beer Week, here comes Philly Wine Week. Philadelphia already having the first and largest Beer Week in the country, now welcomes the 4th Annual Philly Wine Week in the City of Brotherly Love. This eight day event takes place from March 19 to 26 and the party kicks off the week at The Academy of Natural Sciences starting at 6 pm on … [Read More...]
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations, Philadelphia Flower Show, March Madness, Philly Wine Week and More!
'Everyone Is Green March 17!' The weekend kicks off with St. Patrick's Day Celebrations, the Philadelphia Flower Show, March Madness, Raiders of the Lost Ark with The Philadelphia Orchestra, the continuation of the Israel Film Festival and the continuation of Jurassic World: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute. During the weekend enjoy the Flower Show, FREE tours of Yards Brewing … [Read More...]
'Erin Go Bragh - Ireland Forever' St. Patrick's Day in Philadelphia is right around the corner. Do you have your green on and your pint glass in full tilt for that Irish toast! Below is a list of Irish breakfasts and events on St. Patrick's Day, which is a Thursday this year, events and activities leading up to St. Patrick's Day and most of the Irish Bars located in the City of Brotherly Love. … [Read More...]
'March Madness in Philadelphia' Who doesn't love March. You have spring fast approaching, St. Patrick's Day, American Red Cross month, Women's History month and of course, there is March Madness. The 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament kicks off March 14 and 15 with a few play in games. Then the real excitement takes place March 16 and ends on April 3 with the National Championship game at the … [Read More...]
Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philadelphia Flower Show, St Patrick’s Day Parade, Israeli Film Festival and More!
'Spring Has At Least Sprung At The Flower Show!' The weekend kicks off with the Philadelphia Flower Show, the last day of East Passyunk Restaurant Week, the continuation of the Israel Film Festival and the continuation of Jurassic World: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute. During the weekend enjoy Erin Express, St. Patrick's Day Celebrations, FREE tours of Yards Brewing … [Read More...]
'The World's Largest Indoor Flower Show' The Philadelphia International Flower Show welcomes you to "Holland: Flowering The World," where guests will be able to celebrate the beauty and ingenuity of Dutch culture, from vivid flower fields to innovative eco-design. No other country is as well known for its floral industry as the Netherlands, which fills the world with color. This awesome … [Read More...]
'2nd Oldest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Country' St. Patrick's Day is a huge celebration, and the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Philadelphia is just as much of a big deal considering the history. The Parade will take place on March 12 at noon. History of the Philadelphia St. Patrick's Day Parade The first St. Patrick's Day parade in Philadelphia was in 1771 and is the 2nd oldest … [Read More...]
'Carousel Rides, Mini-Golf, Burgers, Movie Nights & More' Franklin Square is located in the historical part of Philadelphia in Old City. It's one of the five original open-space parks planned by William Penn during the late 17th century. The Square opens its new season Wednesday, March 1, 2017. SquareBurger, the STARR Restaurants burger stand, opens later in March (stay tuned for an … [Read More...]