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Hansberry Garden & Nature Center Collective work hours

The Hansberry Garden & Nature Center 5150 Wayne Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

One of two weekly work sessions (the other is Sunday from 3-5 p.m.) for Hansberry Garden & Nature Center's Garden Collective. The Hansberry Garden and Nature Center builds community by offering organic gardening, educational programs, and fresh, wholesome produce to an underserved neighborhood.

2024 Chinese Lunar New Year Eve Dinner Hand Made Dumpling Making Philly

Near Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, 3 mins after Rt 76 Montgomery Drive Exit. The address will be disclosed prior to the event. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA, United States

We are extremely excited to bring the Holiday Season/Chinese Lunar New Year Hand Made Dumpling Event back to Philadelphia this year!2024 Chinese New Year Celebration (2024 Chinese New Year, Year of the Dragan will be Saturday, February 10)We are extremely excited to bring the Chinese Lunar New Year Hand Made Dumpling Event back to Philadelphia this year! We cordially invite you, your families, and your friends to attend a fun DIY Dumpling + Tangyuan/or Wonton Soup cooking experience. Tangyuan (汤圆), also known as yuanxiao, is a ping-pong sized traditional Chinese desert, taking its name from a Chinese homophone for union

Open Studio

Tacony LAB Community Arts Center 6918 Torresdale Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come hang out at OPEN STUDIO, where we'll unleash our creativity, jam to music, and have a blast with friends, all while exploring art and dOPEN STUDIOJoin us at the Tacony LAB Community Arts Center with The Autistic Art Coalition of Philadelphia for a fun and creative evening at our OPEN STUDIO event! Get ready to unleash your imagination and explore various art forms. Whether you're a seasoned artist or just starting out, this event is perfect for everyone.At OPEN STUDIO, you'll have the opportunity to meet other Autistic, Neurodivergent & Intellectual disABILITY artists. Feel free to bring your own

2024 Get Wild Designer Bag Bingo

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa 654 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA, United States

Join us for a fun evening of Bingo, Raffles and Door Prizes to benefit Aark Wildlife!If you purchase a single ticket you will receive an e-ticket via e-mail that you can present at the door for easy check-in.For reserved tables of 8, you and your guests must register at the door with the name of the person that reserved your table.By registering for this event you are verifying that you and your attendees are 18 years of age or older. No one under 18 is permitted to play. No smoking is allowed at this event.Doors open at 6pm - Bingo

Sewing for Beginners! Sewing Machine Basics.

319 N 11th St 319 North 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

No supplies necessary! This hands on, one on one class will teach you how to work a sewing machine like a pro. & Leave with a handmade tote!

Celebration of Trees

FOR ALL AGES Which Tyler tree supports over 500 species of moths and butterflies? What is a Pennsylvania Champion Tree, and why does Tyler grow so many of them? It’s because we’ve been doing this for a very long time! Some of our iconic trees were planted in the 1850s and still tower over visitors in the landscape. Join Tyler docent and Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Dave Charlton on this leisurely-paced walk to experience their majesty, learn about their role in supporting the ecosystem, and hear the tales. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Check in first at the Visitor Center, where you’ll then meet your guide. As

Cupid’s Chase 5K

Steel Stacks 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, Lehigh Valley, United States

February 10, 202410AM Start Rain or ShineRegistration Starts at 8:00AM Steel Stacks101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA 18015 All participants get a Cupid's Chase Short Sleeve T-Shirt, Finisher Medal, Drawstring Bag and Keepsake Bib! Cupid's Chase 5K takes place every February to celebrate the founding of Community Options in February 1989. Cupid’s Chase raises both funds and awareness for Community Options’ mission of providing residential and employment services to individuals with disabilities. Join us in our support of people with disabilities and our pursuit of Cupid!Find out more about Community Options!

$45.00

Bird and Connect with NextGen

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia

Explore trails and connect with colleagues.

Creek Care Day – Second Saturday

Whitaker Ave and Loudon St, Philadelphia PA 19120 Whitaker Ave and Loudon St, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Help preserve the beauty of Tacony Creek Park! Join us for Creek Care Day on the second Saturday of the month to help clean up the park. Location: Whitaker Avenue & Loudon Street near the Tacony Creek Park Gateway, Philadelphia 19120 All tools and materials will be provided, including work gloves (though you’re welcome to bring your own). Please note, restrooms are not available at this location, and volunteers should bring plenty of water for themselves. Please register here.  We follow Philadelphia guidelines & will provide masks. Remember to wear a mask, and to stay home if you experience COVID-19 symptoms or

VU PHL & Leveling the Playing Field

Leveling the Playing Field - Philadelphia 404 Elmwood Avenue, Sharon Hill, PA, United States

VU PHL is partnering with Leveling the Playing Field to sort, organize, and inventory donated sports equipment!Leveling the Playing Field (LPF) redistributes equipment to expand access and equity within youth sports and recreation programs.What we will be doing on Saturday, February 10th, 10AM - 1 PM:VU in partnership with LPF, will sort, organize, and inventory donated sports equipment for redistribution to various youth and sports programs.Notes ahead of the event!Please fill out the waiver prior to attendance, which can be found here.Parking & TransportationParking: There is a dedicated parking lot - we highly suggest carpooling!Nearby buses routes: 113, 114, 113Regional

Weathering the Winter

Peter Wentz Farmstead 2030 Shearer Road, Lansdale, PA, United States

Saturday, February 10th from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm Weathering the Winter Winters were harsh in the 18th century, but even in cold and snowy weather there was still plenty of work to do around the farm. Fires had to be built, food preserved and cooked, and animals needed tending. Visit the Farmstead on February 10th to watch our living historians demonstrate the types of farm chores a family like the Wentzes would have had to do this time of year. Watch as meat and other provisions are cured and preserved in the Smokehouse, check out a cooking demonstration in

Free

Bark, Berries, and Boughs Garden Tour

Stoneleigh: A Natural Garden 1829 East County Line Road, Villanova, PA, United States

Enjoy the unique beauty of Stoneleigh during the winter season.

Morris Arboretum & Gardens Bare Naked Trees Tour

Morris Arboretum & Gardens 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, United States

Join an experienced guide to explore the beauty of “bare naked trees” in winter. Without their leaves, deciduous trees reveal a variety of shapes and sculptures to admire. The tour features weeping, round, pyramidal, and vase-shaped trees, and highlights the many colors and textures of tree bark. This tour provides a unique perspective of trees as we enjoy the beauty of the winter garden. Meet at the Welcome Center. Free with general admission ($0 to $12). Weather permitting. Enjoy discounted winter admission through February 29!

$12

Badass Women’s History Tour

Independence Visitor Center 599 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come one, come all! Join us on this unique, two-hour tour of Philly. Walk alongside the Badass women who formed this city of sisterly love!

Legacy Reclaimed | Guided Tour

Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church 419 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join us on Saturdays at 11am for a guided tour throughout the historic 7th Ward.

Weaving at Glen Foerd

Glen Foerd 5001 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

The Tacony LAB free workshop series at Glen Foerd!Try your hand at weaving! Draw inspiration from the Glen Foerd Mansion as you hand weave a small tapestry with assistance from the LAB Staff. You will be provided a small cardboard loom to take home with you for future projects if you wish. Please register so we have an accurate count of supplies. This project may take the full 2 hours, so please arrive at 11 and plan to stay until 1.T his event will take place on location at Glen Foerd, a hidden treasure in Northeast Philadelphia on the Delaware

Colonial Brewing Day

Historic Rittenhouse Town 207 Lincoln Drive, The Homestead, Philadelphia, PA, United States

The art of colonial brewing as demonstrated by Michael Carver. Enjoy tastings from our historic hearth oven plus a guided nature hike.Join us Saturday, February 10, 2024, for a look into the art of brewing in the 18th century. Michael Carver, aka The Colonial Brewer, will demonstrate the beer brewing process over an open fire as it would have been seen in the 1700s. Enjoy a tasting of brews by Michael and a selection of delicious tastings from our Bakehouse hearth. Plus! Join us on a guided nature hike around the village! See more at RittenhouseTown.org

February 10 Kids Art Club class with Bob Dix Ages 6-18

The Tacony LAB Community Arts Center 6918 Torresdale Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Kids Club 6 years old and upKids Club art class is a 1.5 hour art class for kids ages 6 to 18 and up. It takes place from 11:30 to 1:00.Make valentine cards using mixed media!When registering for kids club, please register only the child who will be attending. Parents may only accompany their child provided there is extra space but should not register themselves. Due to the size of the studio, parents should not plan on sitting with their child through this class.Please submit age of child. when filling the form out. If you do not wish your child

Philly Goat Project All Abilities Ramble

The Farm at Awbury Arboretum 6336 Ardleigh Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Time & Location Feb 10, 2024, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM The Farm at Awbury, 6336 Ardleigh St, Philadelphia, PA, USA About the event This event is FREE and open to the public, however, it is specifically geared towards people living with disablities.  Visit the farm, hang out with the goats and chickens, and enjoy the great outdoors, roast marshmallows at the firepit and run around in Philly's favorite backyard! ADA accessible bathroom available. RSVP required to let us know how we can prepare for your visit. kelly@phillygoatproject.org or text: 215-703-8057

Herbs & Spices: A Taste of African Heritage

"The ancestors of African Americans brought wonderful food traditions to parts of the Caribbean, South America, and the southern states.""A Taste of African Heritage is a way of eating based on the healthy food traditions of people with African roots. This healthy way of eating is powerfully nutritious and delicious, and naturally meets the guidelines experts recommend for supporting good health."- OldwaysJoin us for a delicious vegetarian dish inspired by the African diaspora.Ingredient list coming soon! We hope you'll cook along with us.Registered participants must sign in to Zoom to access the program.

Wine and Chocolate Pairing in Penn’s Purchase

Chaddsford Winery Tasting Room and Bottle Shop in Penn's Purchase 5860 Lower york Road, Lahaska, United States

Treat your palate to the decadent flavor profiles of wine and chocolate. Show stopping pairings await you and your valentine! Join us for a one-of-a-kind pairing experience as we indulge in two of our favorite things: wine and chocolate! Explore a variety of nuanced flavor profiles – from spicy, earthy, and rich to sweet, fruity and floral – while learning how to taste and pair like a pro. Our trained staff will guide you through a pre-selected tasting of five widely diverse wines from across our portfolio alongside locally crafted artisan chocolates from Éclat Chocolate. During this intimate and educational

$35

Wissahickon Maple Sugaring Demonstration

Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 West Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Learn how to identify sugar maples, tap trees, boil sap, and make syrup.WEC will be holding maple sugaring demonstrations at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Participants will learn to identify sugar maples and tap trees, boil sap, and make syrup. The Tree House will be open, and we will have a campfire and sap and syrup tasting stations from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Witch Hazel Winter Fireworks Tour

FOR ADULTS AND TEENS AGES 15-17 Do you know that Tyler has a collection of over 100 witch hazels that spark in bloom colors of gold, red, purple, yellow, and orange in February? On any given day during this time, the intoxicating perfume of this tree will surely attract most garden visitors to their locations. The collection is our showpiece during the grey days of late winter. Join Randy Kobetich, local witch hazel collector, propagator, grower, and friend of Tyler, on this tour to explore our collections. Please dress for the outdoors in layers and wear waterproof footwear.  Important Notice Regarding Tour

Tea—A Story Steeped in History

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Learn the complex history and controversies surrounding one of our most important plants, tea.SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10Tea—A Story Steeped in History2:00 – 3:30 PMBrenda R. Sullivan, Horticulturist, LovedirtLearn the complex history and controversies surrounding one of our most important plants, tea (Camellia sinensis). Steeped to produce the world’s most consumed man-made beverage, tea is an integral part of most world cultures, used for healing, meditation, and ceremonies. But while its caffeine helped inspire the Age of Enlightenment, tea has a dark cultural side, including slavery, indentured servitude, and revolts like the Boston Tea Party—a fascinating plant indeed! Before the talk, enjoy

History Lecture Series – Slavery in Pennsylvania

Norristown Farm Park 2500 Upper Farm Road, Norristown, PA, United States

Saturday, February 10th at 2:00pm History Lecture Series – Slavery in Pennsylvania Join us for a winter history lecture series - a great opportunity to delve deeper into Pennsylvania history and learn something new! Lectures will be held at Norristown Farm Park on the second Saturday in January, February, and March at 2:00pm. Honor Black History Month with a lecture on the history of the institution of slavery in Pennsylvania. The first enslaved individuals arrived in the territory prior to Pennsylvania’s founding as a colony and soon-there-after abolitionists began to speak out. Explore the life of Pennsylvania’s enslaved, the passing

Free

Free Equal Exchange Chocolate Tasting

Media Upper Providence Free Library 1 E Front St, Media, United States

Also learn about Equal Exchange producers and their democratic business model to help make the world a better place! In person in America's First Fair Trade Town, Media PA.

Free

Valentine’s Day B.Y.O.B. Happy Hour with The Philly Goats

The Farm at Awbury Arboretum 6336 Ardleigh Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Visit and cuddle with goats, enjoy s'mores and stay warm around the PGP fire pit. Win original hoof-made Goat Art! Take the goats for their bedtime walk and then tuck them into their cozy barn. All while supporting our free programming - Win/Win!! Kids ages 14 and up with their guardians. Time & Location Feb 10, 2024, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM EST Philly Goat Project @ The Farm at Awbury, 6336 Ardleigh St, Philadelphia, PA 19138, USA About the event Valentine's Day Happy Hour with GOATS!! PGP's  February FUNdraiser!  Bring your favorite people & a beverage and come spend the

Ravel by Krista Dedrick-Lai – Opening Reception

Chimaera Gallery 3502 Scotts Lane #2113, Philadelphia, PA, United States

A solo exhibition by Philadelphia-based artist Krista Dedrick-Lai. February 10 – March 23, 2024 Ravel is an interesting word. A contranym. It can be both a noun and a verb. It can mean both tangle and untangle. And isn’t that how life can be sometimes? We find ourselves in a great big mess. And the more we try to tease the mess apart and get everything back in order, the more jumbled it becomes. In the end there is no reweaving the unraveled tapestry, not really. There is simply taking the threads you have at your feet and starting again.

Free

Tango In The Taproom at Triple Bottom Brewing

Triple Bottom Brewing 915 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come and dance the night away with an all-levels Tango Class and Milonga (Social Dance) in Triple Bottom's Taproom, hosted by Amy Yang!Tango In The Taproom at Triple Bottom BrewingGet ready for an unforgettable evening of dance, community, and great brews at Triple Bottom Brewing! Join us on Saturday, Feb 10th, at 6:00 PM for an all-levels tango class and stay for the milonga.We transform the taproom into a beautiful dance floor. Whether you're experienced or new to tango, this event is perfect for everyone. Our talented instructors, Amy Yang and Kristin Balmer, will guide you through the steps and

Blk Ivy Thrift Open Mic Night

3605 Lancaster Ave 3605 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

In Celebration of Black Joy Month Join Us for our First Open Mic Night SeriesCalling all poets and poetry lovers! We look forward to celebrating #BlackJoyMonth (and our one year anniversary!) with our beloved community all February long, and kicking off the festivities will be our first ever open mic, hosted by @mayaisangelique on Saturday, February 10th at 6:30pm!Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be served, so come join us for a drink and a vibe, on the house!We kindly ask our performers to prepare to recite pieces surrounding joy, optimism, liberation and progress for our people.Due to the intimate

Connecting with Nature: Valentine’s Hike + Meditation

Friends of Chamounix Tennis Courts 50 Chamounix Dr, Philadelphia, United States

Rekindle your love of nature in the heart of winter with this Valentine’s hike on the trails. DATE Sunday, February 11, 2024 TIME 10:00am - 12:30pm LOCATION Friends of Chamounix Tennis Courts 50 Chamounix Dr Philadelphia, PA 19131 Rekindle your love of nature in the heart of winter. Join Fairmount Park Conservancy and ecotherapist/Lenape language keeper Krista Nelson on a two-mile guided Valentine’s hike and meditation on Sunday, February 11 from 10:00 AM-12:30 PM. Better than a box of chocolates, we’ll make sure Mother Nature is seen and heard. Witnessing the sights and sounds of nature, especially in winter, demonstrates our

Art of Resistance with Beehive Design Collective

Making Worlds Bookstore & Social Center 210 South 45th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

You are invited to join the Beehive Design Collective as they present their newly released 10 Year Anniversary edition of “MesoAmerica Resiste!”, their new book, “The True Cost of Coal”. The Bees use their massive, collaboratively produced, and intricately detailed fabric murals to tell complex global stories of stories of resistance, resilience, and solidarity. Packed with nature metaphors, peoples histories, and teeming with biodiversity, these images offer the foundation for an event of participatory discussion, poetic storytelling, and popular education. The Beehive storytellers will guide you through their huge graphic illustrations, telling dozens of stories from the frontlines of destructive

donation suggested but free

Winter Storytelling Series – part 1

Green Street Meetinghouse 45 W. Schoolhouse Lane, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Share your stories about “home,” change, neighborhoods, development, and housing in Germantown. THEME: Homecoming, departures, stayingThis is Part 1 of 3 in the seriesShare your stories about “home,” change, neighborhoods, development, and housing in Germantown. Let’s keep the stories alive, and help inform solutions for the future of Germantown.A facilitator will help bring out the stories of the group.Sharing is optional. You can also just listen.Light food and refreshments, childcare available (please register).A collaboration between: Germantown Info Hub, Germantown Residents for Economic Alternatives Together, and storytellers of GermantownALL THEMES AND DATES IN THE SERIES: Sunday, February 11th 3:00 - 5:00pmHomecoming,

Wellness Walks at the Ambler Arboretum

Temple University Ambler Campus, Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA, USA 580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA, United States

Join us for Wellness Walks at the Ambler Arboretum and take a leisurely stroll through nature to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul!

Business Planning Technical Assistance-In-Person Support 2024

Receive a 1-2 hour in-person consultation in Philadelphia, PA at your growing space to support ag business planning. This is step one.Sign-up to receive an hour of ag business planning technical assistance in-person at your growing space in Philadelphia, PA supporting crop planning, harvest & post-harvest handling, food safety, small space field cropping, and sales to food hubs. This is the first step in the sign-up process. You will receive a follow-up email to figure out a meeting spot and your TA time and date from rbcfworkshops@gmail.com and you will need to confirm the plan for TA. You must cancel

Open Studio: Office Hours Edition!

Cherry Street Pier 121 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come, sit, write, talk and meet some new people!Krystle Griffin, who runs the Craft Coven’s monthly poetry workshops every second Wednesday of the month at Starr Garden, will be holding in person Office Hours at Cherry Street Pier. This will be a sort of sit and write where people can come and work on whatever they’re writing currently. Only this one won’t be silent. General discussion and workshopping pieces is highly encouraged. As well as Krystle will have guided prompt writing for anyone who would like. She is also open to help with editing, feedback, whatever you may need. All

Making Chocolate treats with CBD

326 W Chelten Ave 326 West Chelten Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Learn how to make special chocolate treats for your loved ones this valentine's day from Dorothy Bauer.Come be one with chocolate! We will be making yummy dairy & gluten free, low to no glycemicindex, remarkably quick & easy cacao treats for your personal stash, between class pick me up,or late night study boost & focus. There will be many flavoring options, including a specialcameo on CBD dosing. No special equipment or prior experience required, you can easily make these treats in your dorm room or apartment. Ability and willingness to think outside the box will be encouraged. Join in the

LadySitting – Now Extended to March 10th

Ardem Theatre Company 40 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, United States

This world premiere play, by acclaimed Philadelphia writer Lorene Cary, explores the life and last year of Lorene’s Nana – a fiercely strong and independent woman, who now needs the care of others. Ladysitting captures the ruptures, love, and forgiveness that can occur in family as she journeys through stories of five generations of their African American ancestors and bears witness to her grandmother’s 101 vibrant years of life.

$35 – $60

Visit the Wagner Museum 2024

Wagner Free Institute of Science 1700 W Montgomery Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Welcome to the Wagner - a National Historic Landmark natural history museum in Philadelphia!

Native Pollinators of the Mid-Atlantic

Online

The term “Pollinator” has gained in popularity over the past few decades, reflecting our deepening understanding of ecosystems. However, many only associate this term with well-known pollinators like European honeybees and butterflies, overlooking the diverse nature of these essential contributors. Join presenter Samantha Nestory to learn about native pollinators and how we can support these incredible movers and shakers in our gardens and landscapes. DATE February 13, 2024 TIME 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm COST Non-Members: $20 PHS Members: Free ACCESSIBILITY Information will be provided upon registration on how to access the webinar. For Members This is a ticketed event,

Fritters: West Africa to Diaspora

Widener Library 2808 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Chef Tonii will prepare Savory Black-eyed Pea Fritters called Akara and Sweet Rice Fritters called Calas inspired by High in the Hog.Enjoy sweet rice fritters and savory black-eyed pea fritters while reflecting on their cultural significance, the contributions of Africa, and people of African descent to cuisine throughout the diaspora.Inspired by High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America by Dr. Jessica B. Harris and season 2 of the Netflix series High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America.Black-eyed peas, one of the few African crops that could survive in this climate, has "... remained

Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest

Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 West Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Create a painting or drawing for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Junior Duck Stamp Contest. New tCome create a painting or drawing for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp contest! Ages 6 to 18 are eligible. Entries must be based on an actual animal. Learn about waterfowl in the process. Nervous about drawing? Staff member teaching the contest has an art background and will guide you! Note: You will need 2 or 3 sessions to complete your work. Works will be judged by grade level in March at John Heinz NWR. Prizes are awarded for many

Weekday Bird Walk

FREE FOR MEMBERS! Pre-registration is required. Join birders Sara Boucas-Neto, Chuck Root, and Dave Eberly on Wednesday morning walks at Tyler. With acres of unbroken forest interior and extensive meadows, Tyler is recognized by the Pennsylvania Audubon Society as an Important Bird Area. Bring your binoculars and be prepared to walk on all types of surfaces. Walks are rain or shine. GATES OPEN AT 8 am. Please be on time as the group leaves promptly from the parking lot at 8:10 am, and the gate will close at 8:10 am. Members: FREE Non-Members: $18 (includes admission to Tyler for the day) Non-Member Senior: $15

Tai Chi (2/14 – 2/28)

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Join us for a 3-week indoor Tai Chi seriesTai ChiWEDNESDAYS | 3-week series: 2/14 – 2/289:30 – 10:30 AMAimée Alegría Barry, Centaur Tai ChiTai Chi, a series of postures done slowly, promotes balance, flexibility, and strength. Learn the Tai Chi form, as well as the yin and yang principles that underlie this martial art. Tai Chi is known as a soft martial art because it emphasizes a calm mind and relaxed body. The beauty of Jenkins will create a peaceful backdrop for your practice.All levels welcome. Classes will be held INDOORS.Members: $36/3-week series | Non-Members: $52/3-week series

Bennett Compost Cleanup in Tacony Creek Park

5650 Rising Sun Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19120 5650 Rising Sun Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join Bennett Compost to clean Tacony Creek Park and park gateways every Wednesday. Let’s support this local business in improving our environment and neighborhood! Location: Meet at Bennett Compost: 5650 Rising Sun Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19120 Time: 11am All tools and supplies will be provided. Questions or interested in volunteering? Contact (215) 520-2406 or info@bennettcompost.com

Now + Then Marketplace Make Love Market Extravaganza

Love Park Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

It's almost that time of year again, our annual Make Love Market is back, with an extra special spin to it 💞 Our curated market for lovers will take place at Philly's epicenter of affection, LOVE PARK as part of a FULL DAY EXTRAVAGANZA featuring... 💝 noon - 5pm: 18 local vendors selling gifts with your lover in mind 🎹 5pm - 6pm: a live musical performance aka serenade from Philly's own Suzanne Sheer 💞 6pm - 8pm: Speed Dating for Philly singles inside the spaceship building at Love Park from 🎟️Grab a $25 ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/789479122307?aff=oddtdtcreator 💐 in the

Free

Workshop: Pruning for Homeowners

Mt. Cuba Center 3120 Barley Mill Rd., Hockessin, DE, United States

Keep your trees and shrubs healthy, attractive, and long-lived using expert pruning techniques. In this hands-on workshop, learn basic pruning principles including how to make the correct cuts, the best times of year to prune various plants, and how to select and use the right tools. Gain the confidence to prune your plants in a more naturalistic, appealing, and professional way. Bring work gloves and hand pruners. This program takes place in person at Mt. Cuba Center Wednesday, February 14, 2024 (Rain Date: Wednesday, February 21). About the Instructor: Lucy Dinsmore is a horticulturist and certified arborist who loves learning

$49

FABSCRAP PHL V-Week Sorting Social: Wednesday, February 14th, PM session

BOK 1901 S Ninth St., Unit B05A, Philadelphia, PA, United States

FABSCRAP needs your help to save designer textiles from landfills! It's easy to learn, fun to do, and a safe way to help out.Come join FABSCRAP this Valentine’s Week to Sort Fabric Scraps for Recycling!Join FABSCRAP Philly from February 14th to the 16th to participate in sorting fabric scraps for recycling and to shop for reclaimed textiles afterward. You are encouraged to bring a +1 and enjoy this delightful socializing/volunteering event! No better way to celebrate Valentine's Week than doing something good for the planet and making some new friends! No partner? No problem! Feel free to sign up as

Sourcing at Magic Education: Polyester, Friend or Foe?

Join virtually and catch a live stream of panel topic "Polyester, Friend or Foe?" taking place at Sourcing at Magic, Las Vegas.Virtual Live Stream of Education Session: Polyester, Friend or Foe?It's the perfect way to join if you're unable to make it in-person to the Sourcing at Magic, Las Vegas show on February 14th! Panel begins promptly at 11am PT/2pm ET and will be recorded. Thirty minutes before the event begins, registered attendees will be emailed the event Zoom link.Polyester Education Topic:Polyester is one of the most commonly used fibers in fashion, but how well do we actually understand it?

Event Series Homeschool at Riverbend

Homeschool at Riverbend

Riverbend Environmental Education Center 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA, United States

During our hour-and-a-half program each month, trained Riverbend Educators will lead students through outdoor explorations, science experiments, and student-driven and inquiry-based crafts. Our programs align with NGSS standards and enhance student learning at home.

$20 – $25

Sourcing at Magic Education: Sustainable from the Start

Join virtually and catch a live stream of panel topic "Sustainable from the Start" taking place at Sourcing at Magic, Las Vegas.Virtual Live Stream of Education Session: Sustainable from the StartIt's the perfect way to join if you're unable to make it in-person to the Sourcing at Magic, Las Vegas show February 14th! Panel begins promptly at 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET and will be recorded. Thirty minutes before the event begins, registered attendees will be emailed the event Zoom link.Sustainable from the Start Education Topic:Big business is in the crosshairs first, but sooner - not later - every brand and every

Poetry Writing Monthly Workshop

Starr Garden Recreation Center 600-44 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join Krystle for a two hour poetry workshop that will include reviews, styles, prompts and group activities!Please join Krystle Griffin at Starr Garden for a monthly two hour long poetry workshop. Open to all skill levels as it will include a variety of reviews, styles, prompts and group activity. The only thing you’re required to bring is yourself as materials will be provided. However, feel free to bring any materials you want from home if you wish. If you would like to submit one poem ahead of time, you can email: legrifexploits@gmail.com This will give your instructor an idea of

Volunteer – Winter Gardening

Stoneleigh: A Natural Garden 1829 East County Line Road, Villanova, PA, United States

Bundle up for seasonal garden tending

FABSCRAP PHL V-DAY Sorting Social: Thursday, February 15th, AM session

BOK 1901 S Ninth St., Unit B05A, Philadelphia, PA, United States

FABSCRAP needs your help to save designer textiles from landfills! It's easy to learn, fun to do, and a safe way to help out.Come join FABSCRAP this Valentine’s Week to Sort Fabric Scraps for Recycling!Join FABSCRAP Philly from February 14th to the 16th to participate in sorting fabric scraps for recycling and to shop for reclaimed textiles afterward. You are encouraged to bring a +1 and enjoy this delightful socializing/volunteering event! No better way to celebrate Valentine's Week than doing something good for the planet and making some new friends! No partner? No problem! Feel free to sign up as

Winter Wonder (2/15)

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Enjoy a nature-themed read aloud followed by an activity and craft.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15Winter Wonder (All Ages)10:00 – 10:45 AMAmy Mawby, Education Manager, Jenkins Arboretum & GardensWinter is wonder-full! Enjoy a nature-themed read aloud followed by an activity and craft. Learn what plants and animals do during the winter season and celebrate our love for nature.Click here to view all Winter Wonder dates. Classes are scheduled close to special days like Groundhog’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Leap Day, and St. Patrick’s Day.All ages welcome; most suitable for ages 2–5. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required for children only. Class

Reading Terminal Market Tour

Reading Terminal Market 1136 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come taste the Market's history and hear stories of some of the 80+ small, family-owned businesses in the iconic Reading Terminal Market!

Annual Community Service Get-Together

Virtual Event Philadelphia, PA

Join us for our annual get-together to learn about our many community service opportunities for 2024. Network with leaders from across Greater Philadelphia organizations, schools, and businesses. Share volunteer challenges and opportunities. Hear success stories from partners. Learn about our community service programs for clients, students, and employees for the coming year. This program is scheduled during lunch for your convenience. Register here. Questions? Contact Malcolm@ttfwatershed.org.

Repurposed Energy

Gittis Hall, Room 213 3501 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

This public lecture analyzes repurposed energy as a critical solution to the many theoretical and real impediments to the energy transition.This is a hybrid event. For those attending virtually, a Zoom link will be sent out the day of the event.Boxed lunches will be available to go following the talk!As the impacts of climate change from drought, fire, flooding, and heat waves become increasingly dire, there is growing urgency in accelerating a clean energy transition from fossil fuels to zero-carbon energy infrastructure. At the same time, however, the hurdles to accomplishing such a massive industrial-scale transition seem increasingly high. These

Maple Sugaring! Home School Program

Wissahickon Environmental Center 300 West Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join us to tap a maple tree and explore the process of creating maple syrup and sugar.Join us to tap a maple tree and explore the process of creating maple syrup and sugar. This popular program will be repeated 2x.

Green New Deal Realities: Insights from the US, Germany, and Beyond

Gunn-Wright and Schaible will discuss American and German variants of green new deal policies and politics.Join us for this event featuring Rhiana Gunn-Wright, Director of Climate Policy at the Roosevelt Institute, and Jonas Schaible, Reporter and Editor at Der Spiegel. Daniel Aldana Cohen, Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of California, Berkeley, will moderate. Gunn-Wright and Schaible will discuss American and German variants of green new deal policies and politics, paying close attention to success stories as well as political and technological roadblocks. Together, their analysis brings the broad transnational public support for green spending into focus, and they will

To Sing the Truth and Name the Liars: Bearing Witness Under Erasure

Humanities Conference Room, 623 Williams Hall 255 South 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Egyptian writer and activist Abdelrahman ElGendy reflects on his experience as a political prisoner.Abdelrahman ElGendy, Egyptian writer and activistAbdulrahman Atta, Lecturer in Arabic, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, University of PennsylvaniaIn the heart of the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Abdelrahman ElGendy's journey from a Cairo marathon runner to a six-year political prisoner at the age of 17 intertwines with both tragedy and resistance. His story transcends mere survival; it is an exploration of language, love, and the relentless pursuit of justice in a world turned upside down by political upheaval.Through Abdelrahman ElGendy's eyes, we will experience the transformation from

Stormwater Runoff: Management and Regulation

Online/Virtual

Join Climate Action PA and Speaker Brent Walls of the Potomac Riverkeeper Network to discuss the detrimental effects of nonpoint source pollution; particularly stormwater runoff, and how it is affecting the city of Philadelphia and its surrounding regions. The Philadelphia Water Department launched a 25-year initiative in 2011 titled Green City, Clean Waters; this program had the goals of reducing overall stormwater pollution as well as improving city wastewater capacity and quality of treatment centers. We will be diving into this initiative as well as how the requirements are enforced by organizations and agencies. Throughout this event, we will learn

Free

Learn to Sew

18 N Lansdowne Ave 18 North Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA, United States

Grab your friends and family and join the MakerSpace for a basic lesson in sewing.A beginner class to sewing. In this class you will:Learn how to thread the machineMake some basic stitches Create a simple sewing project. Students must bring a sewing machine, all other sewing supplies will be provided.

Garden Planning Workshop

Plan the growing season with Haverfarm Manager, Cassandra Brown.It's time to whip out the seed catalogs and plan the 2024 Growing Season. The workshop will begin with a brief virtual presentation followed by an open design session where ALL levels of gardeners can get started on their plans. The presentation will cover garden design options, getting the most out of every season with crop rotation, and how to not get carried away with all the possibilities. Please make sure you have a piece of paper and some writing utensils within reach. This is a virtual workshop and a Zoom link

2024 Virtual Volunteer Orientation Session 2

Volunteers help keep Aark afloat! Join us for our virtual volunteer orientation to learn what it entails to be an Aark Wildlife volunteer.Interested working with wildlife? Want to help feed bottle babies and aid in the recovery of injured wildlife? Are you able to commit to a 4-hour shift once a week during our busy season? Register for our online orientation to join our volunteer team and learn firsthand about wildlife rehabilitation!Steps to Volunteer:Step 1: Attend our online orientationStep 2: Submit application and all required documents (link provided in conformation email)Step 3: Attend a brief one-on-one zoom session to discuss

Solitary Bee Hotels

Learn how you can build and manage a solitary bee hotelTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15Solitary Bee Hotels7:00 – 8:30 PMGrace Gutierrez, López-Uribe Lab Member, The Pennsylvania State UniversityBee hotels are a great way to support pollinator diversity in home gardens. They provide suitable nesting sites for solitary cavity-nesting bee species, which make up 30% of the 437 bee species in Pennsylvania. Learn how you can build and manage a solitary bee hotel with science-based instructions using precut wood, hollow reeds, and drilled wood blocks.Free of charge | Virtual event (a Zoom link will be emailed to participants prior to lecture date)This virtual

Business Planning Technical Assistance-Virtual Support 2024

This is an hour of remote ag business planning technical assistance that will be confirmed upon sign-up. Date subject to change.Speak with an agriculture technical assistance provider about crop planning, harvest and post-harvest handling in preparation for farm market and food hub sales, using sustainable practices for small space production. These time slots are virtual conversations. To sign up for an in-person meeting see the other in-person sessions in this collection listed for Monday and Wednesday. Your actual technical assistance slot will be confirmed by email from rbcfworkshops@gmail.com.

Visit the Wagner Museum 2024

Wagner Free Institute of Science 1700 W Montgomery Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Welcome to the Wagner - a National Historic Landmark natural history museum in Philadelphia!

Residential Landscape Design Workshop

Mt. Cuba Center 3120 Barley Mill Rd., Hockessin, DE, United States

Good garden design isn’t easy; but success awaits for anyone with a passion for plants, a little imagination, and proper guidance. Lee Armillei, a professional landscape designer, shows how to analyze a site, draw a basic plan, and use design principles for laying out paths, planting beds, and other garden features. Through lectures and drawing exercises, students explore design options, assess landscape materials, and employ a process that results in a practical planning document for their individual landscape project. Please bring your lunch. A detailed list of required materials is available with the online class description. This program takes place

$165

FABSCRAP PHL V-Week Sorting Social: Friday, February 16th, PM session

BOK 1901 S Ninth St., Unit B05A, Philadelphia, PA, United States

FABSCRAP needs your help to save designer textiles from landfills! It's easy to learn, fun to do, and a safe way to help out.Come join FABSCRAP this Valentine’s Week to Sort Fabric Scraps for Recycling!Join FABSCRAP Philly from February 14th to the 16th to participate in sorting fabric scraps for recycling and to shop for reclaimed textiles afterward. You are encouraged to bring a +1 and enjoy this delightful socializing/volunteering event! No better way to celebrate Valentine's Week than doing something good for the planet and making some new friends! No partner? No problem! Feel free to sign up as

Into the Weeds with Tama Wong

Morris Arboretum & Gardens 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, United States

Join forager and 'meadow doctor' Tama Matsuoka Wong for an engaging talk about her new book, Into the Weeds—part practical and philosophical, with expert botanical and project illustrations: DIY activities, recipes, and structures to make from the plants we can find around us. This event will include a botanical mocktail, and Tama will host a book signing after the program (books, hot off the press, will be available for purchase at the program). Come early or stay after the program for a walk around the Morris Arboretum & Gardens!

$30

Hansberry Garden & Nature Center Collective work hours

The Hansberry Garden & Nature Center 5150 Wayne Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

One of two weekly work sessions (the other is Sunday from 3-5 p.m.) for Hansberry Garden & Nature Center's Garden Collective. The Hansberry Garden and Nature Center builds community by offering organic gardening, educational programs, and fresh, wholesome produce to an underserved neighborhood.

Material Variations

Utility Works - Creative Community, East Baltimore Avenue, Lansdowne, PA, USA 32 East Baltimore Avenue, Lansdowne, PA, United States

An art exhibit featuring three Philadelphia-based artists. Marria Nakhoda , Cassie Renée Peña and Maria Fernanda Nuñez Alzate.Material VariationsOpening Reception Friday, February 16th 6:00-8:00pmExhibit open February 16th - March 30th (Gallery open to the public Wed - Sat12:00-4:00pm)Kiosk Gallery at Utility Works - 32 E Baltimore Ave., Lansdowne, PA 19050Marria NakhodaCassie Renée PeñaMaria Fernanda Nuñez AlzateThese artists approach material with a reverent comedy. An amphora half coated in to-go foil, the porcelain reminiscent of a cool brick of cream cheese. A ceramic stick fired in a wood kiln, burnished glossy by the burning of that which it represents. Hefty brushes

Birding with Kids: Inspiring the Next Generation of Bird Enthusiasts

Wild Birds Unlimited 100 Evergreen Drive, Glen Mills, PA, United States

Kids and BirdingJoin us for this in-store Special Presentation with Jessica Shahan, Naturalist/Volunteer Coordinator from Newlin Grist Mill. Birding is a great way to introduce kids of all ages to nature! As a hobby, birding provides opportunities for growth and community-building, as well as outlets where kids can make positive impacts on the world around them. In this talk, we will explore the benefits of birding for kids, the basic tools and techniques needed for a good day out in the field, and ways to make every birding adventure a success. Please Note: While children are always welcome, this particular

Sips and Suet – Friday Feb 16th, 2024

Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center 1531 Upper Stump Road, Chalfont, PA, United States

Spend the evening making bird feeder crafts at Aark's Sips and Suet workshop! This event is 21+ and BYOB and Snacks.This event will be held on:Friday, Feb 16th, 2024 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. You must be 21 years or older to attend! BYOB and SNACKSYou will spend the evening learning about common winter bird feeder species here in Pennsylvania, learning how to make your own DIY suet and building and designing your very own wine bottle bird feeder.We highly recommend bringing your own empty wine or liquor bottle, with a screw on cap and the label removed and cleaned. While

LadySitting – Now Extended to March 10th

Ardem Theatre Company 40 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, United States

This world premiere play, by acclaimed Philadelphia writer Lorene Cary, explores the life and last year of Lorene’s Nana – a fiercely strong and independent woman, who now needs the care of others. Ladysitting captures the ruptures, love, and forgiveness that can occur in family as she journeys through stories of five generations of their African American ancestors and bears witness to her grandmother’s 101 vibrant years of life.

$35 – $60

Workshop: Tool-Sharpening Techniques

Mt. Cuba Center 3120 Barley Mill Rd., Hockessin, DE, United States

Sharp, well-maintained gardening tools help you get more work done in less time and with less effort. Charlie Reidinger, a Mt. Cuba Grounds Maintenance Technician, discusses and demonstrates professional-grade techniques for cleaning and safely sharpening pruning shears, loppers, shovels, spades, and trowels. Get a jump-start on spring now! Bring a pair of hand pruners in need of sharpening and a pair of work gloves. This program takes place at Mt. Cuba Center Saturday, February 17, 2024 (Rain Date: Saturday, February 24). About the Instructor: Charlie Reidinger is a Grounds Maintenance Technician at Mt. Cuba Center. A native of Newark, DE,

$49

Using Medicinal Herbs

Mt Cuba 3120 Barley Mill Rd, Hockessin, DE, United States

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to treat minor illnesses at home without the use of pharmaceuticals? Native herbals as well as common kitchen herbs could help your family stay well in cold and flu season. Learn how to prepare simple healing dishes for health, and how to incorporate common household spices into healing remedies. Discover what plants you can grow in your garden to help promote health, and how to preserve, store, and prepare those plants to make herbal remedies in your own kitchen. Take home a useful tool to get started with making your own

$49

Badass Women’s History Tour

Independence Visitor Center 599 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come one, come all! Join us on this unique, two-hour tour of Philly. Walk alongside the Badass women who formed this city of sisterly love!

Legacy Reclaimed | Guided Tour

Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church 419 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join us on Saturdays at 11am for a guided tour throughout the historic 7th Ward.

February 17 Kids Art Club class with Jackie Lehrian Ages 6-18

The Tacony LAB Community Arts Center 6918 Torresdale Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Kids Club 6 years old and upKids Club art class is a 1.5 hour art class for kids ages 6 to 18 and up. It takes place from 11:30 to 1:00.Make a Birdhouse for Spring! Aprons will be provided but please dress accordingly to get messy.When registering for kids club, please register only the child who will be attending. Parents may only accompany their child provided there is extra space but should not register themselves. Due to the size of the studio, parents should not plan on sitting with their child through this class.Please submit age of child. when filling

Aluminum Flower Workshop

The Resource Exchange 1800 North American Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Learn to make a wreath-sized flower out of repurposed aluminum cans!Oh, the possibilities of reuse! In this workshop, you'll learn to take aluminum cans from your favorite drinks and turn them into a wreath-sized flower to put in your garden, on your door, or anywhere inside or out! Who may participate? • Adults • Ages 14-17 with adult partner This workshop is fun for family members to do together, but keep in mind that some hand strength is needed to cut & staple the aluminum.What to bring? • 12-20 empty & clean aluminum cans. More cans = "fluffier" flower! Recommended

Greens: A Taste of African Heritage

"The ancestors of African Americans brought wonderful food traditions to parts of the Caribbean, South America, and the southern states.""A Taste of African Heritage is a way of eating based on the healthy food traditions of people with African roots. This healthy way of eating is powerfully nutritious and delicious, and naturally meets the guidelines experts recommend for supporting good health."- OldwaysJoin us for a delicious vegetarian dish inspired by the African diaspora.Ingredient list coming soon! We hope you'll cook along with us.Registered participants must sign in to Zoom to access the program.

Nature Journaling: Winter Workshop

Mt. Cuba Center 3120 Barley Mill Rd., Hockessin, DE, United States

Capture a moment in time to revisit later through nature journaling. Observe and document the surroundings at Mt. Cuba with Kathy leading participants through workshop activities. Dress for the weather as a unique opportunity to experience the gardens in the winter will be included in the workshop. Select a journal that suits your tastes and bring it to class along with a #2 pencil. This program takes place in person at Mt. Cuba Center on Saturday, February 17, 2024 (Rain Date: Saturday, February 24). About the Instructor: Kathy Elliot works as an Educator at Mt. Cuba Center. She has bachelor’s

$29

Sips and Suet – Saturday Feb 17th, 2024

Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center 1531 Upper Stump Road, Chalfont, PA, United States

Spend the evening making bird feeder crafts at Aark's Sips and Suet workshop! This event is 21+ and BYOB and Snacks.This event will be held on:Saturday, Feb 17th, 2024 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. You must be 21 years or older to attend! BYOB and SNACKSYou will spend the evening learning about common winter bird feeder species here in Pennsylvania, learning how to make your own DIY suet and building and designing your very own wine bottle bird feeder.We highly recommend bringing your own empty wine or liquor bottle, with a screw on cap and the label removed and cleaned. While

Delightful Dish Gardens (Ages 4+)

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Brighten up your winter with your very own dish gardenSUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18Delightful Dish Gardens (Ages 4+)10:00 – 11:00 AMAmy Mawby, Education Manager, Jenkins Arboretum & GardensBrighten up your winter with your very own dish garden. Create a whimsical mini garden with fun accents and learn how to care for your new plants. Don’t forget to bring your imagination! All materials included.Suitable for ages 4+. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required for children only.Members: $25 | Non-Members: $35

Craft Coven 8 Year Anniversary Pizza and Printing

Make a pizza, print a tote, and get an inside look at the Craft Den: Home of the craft night.WOW 8 Years and counting! The Craft Coven started out as a way to meet new people and share creative skills. Now 8 years later it's still about the same things but with such a larger reach. And as much as I love the Coven events being all over the city, I know a lot of yous have missed out of the classic craft night, hosted in the Craft den cozy basement studio. So we're bringing it back!Join us at the

Views of the Forest Through the Lens of Music Concert (2/18)

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Immerse yourself in classical music with the forest as a visual inspirationSUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18Views of the Forest Through the Lens of Music2:30 – 3:30 PMBeomjae Kim (flute) and Jordan Dodson (guitar)Join us for a concert that will immerse you in classical music with the forest as a visual inspiration. A musician meet-and-greet will follow. This concert is a collaboration between Allegro Music Consultants and Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens. Click here to view the three-part chamber music series.Members: $30 | Non-Members: $35Photo credit (Beomjae Kim): William Oh

Great Backyard Bird Count in Tacony Creek Park

Bingham St & E Ashdale St 5180 Bingham St, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Great Backyard Bird Count in Tacony Creek Park Monday, February 19, 2024 ⋅ 10:00 – 11:30am Bingham St and E Ashdale St, 19120 The Great Back Yard Bird Count is an international community science event where participants search for birds in their communities each year over Presidents Weekend. You can be part of this community science program this year. Join the Tookany/Tacony Watershed Partnership and the Wyncote Audubon Society for this GBBC Bird Walk in Tacony Creek Park, FREE! We will meet by the deer painting on the trail located near the park entrance at the intersection of Bingham St and

Wellness Walks at the Ambler Arboretum

Temple University Ambler Campus, Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA, USA 580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA, United States

Join us for Wellness Walks at the Ambler Arboretum and take a leisurely stroll through nature to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul!

Business Planning Technical Assistance-In-Person Support 2024

Receive a 1-2 hour in-person consultation in Philadelphia, PA at your growing space to support ag business planning. This is step one.Sign-up to receive an hour of ag business planning technical assistance in-person at your growing space in Philadelphia, PA supporting crop planning, harvest & post-harvest handling, food safety, small space field cropping, and sales to food hubs. This is the first step in the sign-up process. You will receive a follow-up email to figure out a meeting spot and your TA time and date from rbcfworkshops@gmail.com and you will need to confirm the plan for TA. You must cancel

Mindful Yoga (2/19 – 3/25)

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon, PA, United States

Take time out of your busy schedule to practice Mindful YogaMindful YogaMONDAYS | 6-week series: 2/19 – 3/256:00 – 7:15 PMJanet Muti, Yoga InstructorIn our busy and stressful lives, it is important to prioritize mental and physical wellbeing. Our Mindful Yoga practice will consist of gentle stretching and strengthening exercises done slowly with awareness of breath and sensations that arise as we move from pose to pose.All levels welcome; modifications and variations will be offered. Participants must have yoga blocks and straps available to take advantage of the variety of modifications.The location of Monday Evening Mindful Yoga classes will be

College Money Workshop

Online event

High school seniors and their caregivers who reside in North Philadelphia are invited to take part in the upcoming free College Money Workshop featuring Dana Martin from Get My Kid To College. Participants will learn about scholarships, the new FAFSA, and important considerations before selecting a school. There will also be opportunities to ask any college prep related questions that families may have. Virtual Zoom workshop. Register today at linktr.ee/bluesbabefdn

Free

Visit the Wagner Museum 2024

Wagner Free Institute of Science 1700 W Montgomery Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Welcome to the Wagner - a National Historic Landmark natural history museum in Philadelphia!

Tiny Tracks Tuesdays

Wissahickon Environmental Education Center 300 Northwestern Ave., Philadelphia, PA, United States

Nature program for the Adventurous Playful Child!Our Tiny Tracks programs provide a time and space for young people (ages 3 - 7) to be guided through sensory awareness activities, natural movement challenges, and nature literacy expeditions - all designed to allow for young people to be more aware of, and connected to, the Earth and her many children - rooted, feathered, and furred!​

Reading Terminal Market Tour

Reading Terminal Market 1136 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Come taste the Market's history and hear stories of some of the 80+ small, family-owned businesses in the iconic Reading Terminal Market!

Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation (Free)

Free Library of Philadelphia 1901 Vine St, Fourth Floor, Room 405, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Learn the what, why, and how of science-based mindfulness meditation in this beginner friendly presentation.About the ProgramScientific research shows mindful meditation can relieve stress, pain, and other negative thoughts. Join Maceo Hood, a certified Mindfulness Facilitator from the Institute for Organizational Science and Mindfulness, to learn about the science of mindful meditation. A brief practice session will follow. Sign-up is not required but appreciated all the same. About the PresenterMaceo Hood began practicing Transcendental Meditation in the 70’s while a student at Lincoln University, PA. In the years since, he earned his Master degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from

Matchmaking For The Planet: Volunteer Mixer

INDY HALL CLUBHOUSE 709 N 2ND ST, Philadelphia, PA

Looking for “the one?” Don't miss the chance to make Philadelphia's sustainability scene your Valentine. Fall head-over-heels for local orgs making a difference at Green Philly’s "Matchmaking For The Planet" Networking Mixer. Here's why you should RSVP 'Yes' to this green love affair: -Eco-Speed Dating: Match your passion with perfect volunteer roles, paving the way for a lasting impact and to discover your next big green collaboration. -Flirt with Sustainability: Join lively discussions with environmental leaders, blending innovative ideas with the sweet allure of making a difference. -Find Your Local “Love”: Explore your local RCO scene and get charmed by

$15

Drift- Reception/ Meet and Greet with Richard King

Park Towne Place Oar Pub, Towne Center, 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA, United States

During his 2024 residency at Park Towne Place, Philadelphia-based artist Richard King built on his fascination with the ignored and invisible aspects of the world around us. He’s explored Park Towne Place and its surrounding urban environments, in terms of their history, spatial character, textures, and form. Using this research, and his engagement with the surrounding communities, King is creating a new series during his residency. Come see some of his finished work and works in process, and hear more about his thoughts, techniques, and inspiration. Light refreshments will be provided.

Free