It’s the first Friday in November and that means First Friday Old City! Did you know First Friday in Old City began in 1991?1 It’s been a long standing tradition to celebrate the art, shopping and dining of Old City. Hit the cobblestone streets starting at 5pm tonight to enjoy!
A topic being talked about more and more is ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Tomorrow at Citizen’s Bank Park, the Philadelphia Walk to Defeat ALS is happening beginning at 11am. You can still participate or donate by visiting this site.
Since you may already be in South Philly, why not Trust the Process! Have you seen the new City Edition jerseys for the 76er’s? Tomorrow might be your chance; the Sixers are taking on the Detroit Pistons at Wells Fargo at 1pm.
If you’ve never been to Hawthornes Cafe you’re missing out, especially tomorrow! The cafe is hosting an all-day festival featuring all-things fall: pumpkin beers, ciders, fall lagers and comfort food. There will also be an apple-bobbing competition, a pie-eating contest and live music all along 11th Street.
Learn about the important animals in Philly history with your own friendly canine companion this Saturday! There will be two walking tours which start and end at the Museum of the American Revolution, plus a dog-friendly ‘yappy hour’ with drink specials. All tour participants get their first drink for free.
This weekend Peddler’s Village is dedicating two days of apple-centric treats to the Bucks County with their annual Apple Festival! Bring the family to enjoy a kids' fun zone with bounce houses, sand art and face painting.This Sunday at noon, the 4th annual Veterans Day Parade and Festival honors local veterans who fought for our country. Spectators can salute the many veterans and organizations marching in parade plus we hear there will be food trucks, beer, live music and more at a festival at 5th and Market immediately following the parade.