Philadelphia, PA - Inclusivity is embedded in the original promise of Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection. Today, the region keeps that promise to residents and visitors on the autism spectrum. Some of Philly’s most popular attractions, including The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Zoo and the Please Touch Museum have adopted sensory-friendly policies and programming. So, too, have eminent arts organizations such as the Pennsylvania Ballet and Philadelphia Orchestra.
Philadelphia, PA - The Oval+ comes back to Eakins Oval, starting Friday, July 20, 2018, and this time it's going to be better than ever! The Fairmount Park Conservancy, in collaboration with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation & Mural Arts, PORT and Heads of State, is happy to announce that The Oval+ is expanding its footprint, even more, this year, extending the pop-up park from Eakins Oval down a portion of the Parkway.
Lewes, DE - Cape May– Lewes Ferry officials are pleased to announce that four FREE concerts will be held again this July and August on its sizable lawn located adjacent to the Lewes terminal building. Returning for the fourth consecutive summer season, these community concert events begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 8:30 p.m. The concerts will take place every other Thursday beginning July 12, 2018.
Philadelphia, PA - Crowds were gathered to watch the patriotic and energized parade in Old City which celebrated the 242nd anniversary of the birth of our nation. Held during the Wawa Welcome America Philadelphia festival, the United States of America’s Independence Day Parade made its way through the streets of Philadelphia on July 4th. The annual event brings a large crowd and is a wonderful way to celebrate our freedom of independence.