Start off the Festival of Purim in fancy fashion. Hear the fastest Megillah Reading this side of the Mississippi. Enjoy delicious wines from around the world & fine cheeses.
Don a Purim costume or fancy dressy attire — the biggest party for 20s and 30s Jews in Philly is happening, casino style. Music, food, games, prizes. This sells out every year for a reason.
Change up your usual work routine for the day. Enjoy free coffee, tea, and high-speed internet in the beautiful and green coworking space. Community Manager and RYT Sonni Schwartzbach will lead a short all-levels yoga class (chairs optional) during lunch, around 12PM.
Join the Association of Latino Professionals For America for an evening of food, drinks, and networking. This will be a great opportunity to meet the new leaders of the 2020 ALPFA Philadelphia Board and connect with many other professionals from across the Philadelphia area.
What’s the science behind the whiskey? Presented by the master distiller Robert Cassell and mixologist whiskey enthusiasts you will learn the differences in taste and between different bottles, how the whiskey is distilled as you get to taste Kinsey American 10, Rye, and Bourbon, New Liberty Bloody Butcher.
Marina Furman, of the Jewish National Fund – USA, and her husband Lev, Soviet refuseniks, will share stories of their underground work and eventual path to freedom. Cathryn Miller-Wilson, executive director of HIAS Pennsylvania, will discuss refugee advocacy in today’s world.
This high-energy, interactive stage production is bringing the culinary hit TV show MasterChef Junior directly to fans and foodies alike…live on stage. The family-friendly show will feature head-to-head cooking demonstrations and fun (sometimes messy) challenges with past MasterChef Junior contestants, plus an overall immersive audience experience that is fun for all ages.
The Devil’s Den presents a one-night-only event in honor of Women’s History Month featuring cold case investigator Sarah Cailean. Listen to incredible stories about the world’s most notorious femme fatales, lady assassins, and misunderstood misandrists, as well as the trailblazers and SHEroes of crime-fighting. Hear how women have shaped investigations on both sides of the law, enjoy some great drinks from female-owned breweries, and support WOAR while you do it.
This joyous holiday that recounts the protection of Jewish peoples from a threatened massacre during the Persian period is considered by some to be a feminist holiday due to the ancient queens that played major roles within the historic events. Join the Penn Museum in celebrating this festive occasion with a queer twist.
For Videograms of a Revolution, Andrei Ujică and Harun Farocki collected amateur video and material broadcast by Romanian state television after it was taken over by demonstrators in December 1989. The audio and video represent the historic first-ever revolution in which television played a major role.
Alexandr Misko is a dazzling new breed of modern fingerstyle guitarist. The 22-year-old Russian already plays concerts all over the world and has often appeared on television in his homeland and other countries.
This event will showcase 6 artists from around the Philadelphia metro area who are very popular in the comic con scene. Special appearance and performance by DJ Cutman. Darling Nikki’s BBQ will be traveling downtown from Roxborough to bring their good eats.
Stop by for a throwback dance party celebrating the club music of the 80’s and early 90’s. DJ Angelo will spin the best of the music from that era. This event will be produced by DJ George Piccoli and DJ Angelo.
The Oak is an absorbing, complicated black comedy about Romania at the end of the Ceauşescu regime. A young schoolteacher named Nela embarks on a spiritual journey after the death of her father, a former government official, whose ashes she takes to toting in a coffee jar.
From Fishtown to West Philadelphia to Manayunk, Sofar is curating intimate, stripped-down shows in unexpected places with 3-artist lineups you would never see together anywhere else. This time they’re shining a spotlight on the talented women in Philly’s music community at the ‘Women Take the Stage’ themed show during Women’s History Month.
Emmet Cahill’s “Ireland” has debuted at #1 on the World music Billboard charts. While Emmet has carved out his own unique identity as a solo artist over the past number of years, he is still an integral member of Celtic Thunder and continues to tour with the show.
“The Healing Magic of Music, Paintings, and Storytelling” – the trifecta pleasure for your ears, eyes and the brain. Soloists Michael Shingo-Crawford (violin) and Steve Kramer (cello) will perform beloved classics by Bach et al. Aleksandr Popov-Mikhaylov will present positive, energy-radiating paintings projected on the screen.
Hot, fresh, waffle deliciousness by Waffles4Tourette. Brunch to your heart’s content and support a good cause at the same time! Mimosas for the adults and maybe some other surprises.
Come explore the nuances of pairing sweet and savory blocks of joy with your beers. How flavors change perceptions of what goes well together, what happens when you mix combinations you haven’t considered before.
You’re invited to Philly Bal swing dance featuring the swinging music of Parlour Noir in a historic 19th Century Mt. Airy Circus Mansion. Complete with a large wooden dance floor and beautiful decor, this is an evening not to be missed. BYOB/snacks. Some snacks and drinks will be provided.