Mirrored by the moon, the menstrual cycle consists of four phases with distinct energies and deep wisdom. You have access to heightened awareness during these potent times of the month. Join them for a free sharing circle about the spiritual realms of menstruation and collectively we can step into our power.
Get ready to ring in the Lunar New Year with a vibrant array of activities. This family-friendly day features traditional dance and music, hands-on workshops, martial arts demonstrations, storytelling, calligraphy, and art-making for all ages. Visitors can join in the traditional Lion Dance as part of the celebration.
These unique creatures can be great stress relievers for people. This event allows the Alpacas the chance to socialize with people, which they enjoy very much, and allowing them to feel love and affection with mental stimulation.
Come celebrate the Lunar New Year. Join them for good fortune, good fun and good feels as you ring in the Chinese New Year. To celebrate, Fashion District will be hosting a day of family-friendly New Year activities.
Come see a screening of Drexel Co-Op Theatre Company’s 2016 production of “Dog Sees God” for quality local theatre on screen.
Come join them for games, an open jam, and the talents of some awesome local improv teams. Whether you’re new to improv, a recent graduate of a class, or a seasoned performer, the goal is to cultivate a culture of support, opportunity, and excitement when it comes to performing.
(Program in Russian) A music extravaganza by virtuoso violinist, Assia Ahhatt, supported by a ballet troupe. Hear the world-famous hits like Mamma Mia, Volare, Somebody to Love, and more – in a special virtuoso arrangement.
Fall into step and join in a traditional Irish ceilidh, a social gathering with dancing and storytelling. Join the dance masters of “In Good Company” and Timoney Irish Dancers to watch (and try) 18th-century Irish social dances. Listen to poetry readings from famous Irish poets. Try samples of Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Old Fashioned cocktail, sip on winter warmers, and enjoy Happy Hour specials.
A gourmet foray into the best of the best when it comes to locally-, seasonally-, and ethically-sourced fair in Philadelphia. The expertly curated menu features a collaboration between a local Philly Chef and the mixologists at Art in the Age for an elevated cocktail and dining experience that is seamlessly seasonal.
Join Ben Miller of South Philly Barbacoa and percussionist Shakoor Hakeem will bring together the culinary and acoustic potential of improvisation. Using a customized chopping block and instrumental accompaniment, their chef-musician duo will present an intimate, multi-sensory event for participants to experience the reverberations and flavors of a three-course vegan meal enjoyed family-style.
Pianist Neil Podgurski and choreographer Kun-Yang Lin come together for an intimate exchange about faith and artistry. Sharing excerpts of their work, Neil and Kun-Yang illustrate how Buddhist and Taoist world views blossom into creative practices, highlighting the ongoing dialogue between innovation and tradition.
You’re invited to Philly Bal night swing dance night 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. All swing dance styles and all levels are welcome.
The Young Friends and the Philadelphia Foundation are bringing Philadelphians together at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for their largest networking event of the year. Mingle with other young professionals, meet local nonprofits, and find a cause that speaks to you.
Three local bands in a secret South Philly venue. What more can you ask of a Thursday evening?
Come help raise awareness about the crisis of youth homelessness in Philadelphia and support Covenant House PA, the largest provider of services for homeless and runaway youth in the city. With the ticket comes an open bar, appetizers, and the chance to meet other civically-minded young professionals.
Come over for Dinos After Dark and enjoy pay-what-you-wish admission, a family-friendly atmosphere and the Dino Drafts Beer Garden in Dinosaur Hall. Come warm up inside, play board games, purchase a drink, and enjoy mouthwatering bites at the foot of a 40-foot-long T. rex and its prehistoric friends.
Rock singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Grace Potter is giving a concert as a part of her North American 2020 tour. Potter’s latest album “Daylight” was released in October. The album spawned singles “Back To Me”, “Love Is Love”, and “Every Heartbeat”.
When: 8PM – 10PM
Where: The Fillmore, 1000 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125
Cost: $39 – $48 + fee
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