Philadelphia Horticultural Society City Harvest Summer Celebration. This is the perfect gathering for some after-work fun; there will be music, games, refreshments, and, best of all, food prepared with ingredients grown fresh by friends within the City Harvest network! Exchange stories with other growers, catch a sneak-peak of the Green Resource Center and learn more about the new Community Gardens Program.
Location: Strawberry Mansion Green Resource Center, 3212 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia
Friday September 13th – 6 pm to 8 pm
Bienvenida 2019. Penn students join the Latin American Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, La Casa Latina, and the Graduate Student Center to kick off the new school year with food, drinks, and dancing! Registration is required but entry is free! Please remember to bring your Penn ID AND a government issued ID as alcohol will be served.
Location: Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce St., Philadelphia
Saturday September 14th – 11 am to 3 pm
Hope 4 Philly West Oak Lane. Meet WRNB’s Quincy Harris, K Foxx and Solomon Jones at the premiere community festival of the year. There will be a job fair, free food, giveaways, moon bounces, facepainting and free haircuts for the kids, gospel performances and more! Join WRNB for Hope 4 Philly, a family friendly event!
Location: Pennypacker School, 1858 E Washington Ln, Philadelphia
Saturday September 14th, 10 aim to 2 pm
Open House at The Salvation Army Kroc Center of Philadelphia. Join Paris Nicole, Solomon Jones, and the Boom 1039 team for the fun-filled open house at The Salvation Army Kroc Center of Philadelphia, 4200 Wissahickon Avenue, on Saturday, September 14, from 10am-2pm. Free Fitness Classes, Zumba 9am, Ab Attack 10am-10:30am, Circuit Training 10:30am-11am, Live Performances, vendors, food, and more!
Location: 4200 Wissahickon Ave., Philadelphia
Saturday September 14th – 10am to 2 pm
3rd Annual Philadelphia Black Women’s March. The purpose of the Black Women’s March is to create a space that educates, inspires, and serves the needs black women and black girls. This march ensures black women and girls are educated on the importance of telling our own stories and helps to spread awareness about the daily struggles black women face. Through this march, we hope to inspire black women to be vulnerable within their sisterhood while lifting their voices to speak their truth.
Location: Philadelphia City Hall,1400 JFK Blvd
Saturday September 14th, 12 Noon to 4 pm
Community Autism Network’s 3rd Annual Community Inclusion Fair. This event is family friendly and FREE for the entire community. The Fair will have indoor and outdoor activities that are sensory friendly and inclusive for all. A list of activities include moon bounce, pony rides, face painting, video game trailer, arts & crafts station, traditional outdoor games and food vendors.
Location: Child Space, 7500 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia
Sunday September 15th – 11 am to 2 pm
PhillyTweens Morning Out. Come hungry and ready to explore skin care, fitness, apparel trends, accessories and more! All tweens are welcome! TIckets are free and participants will receive a super swag bag.*We very loosely define “tween” as aged 8-14 but there are no hard rules! Photo station by Wanda Thomas Photography
Swag and Giveaways: Beautycounter, Penn Museum, Rita’s Water Ice, Eastern State Penitentiary, NOW Foods, and more.
Location: Philadelphia Diamond Company, 421 Chestnut St., Philadelphia