Learn about the history of Hip Hop dance this weekend

    Stay Local- Go Natural

    Nature Indoors at the Wissahickon Environmental Center

    Head over to the Tree House Visitor Center Open House on Saturday from12:00 pm – 1:00 pm to check out the 200 gallon native fish aquariaum, wildlife exhibits and a floor to ceiling mural of the Wissahickon.  The Children’s Center has bird feeders ready to go and educational programming during their open house.  The Tree House is in the Wissahickon Environmental Center in the Andorra Natural Area of Fairmount Park.  300 Northwestern Ave. 19118.

    Outdoors at the Morris Arboretum

    Saturday’s weather looks like the perfect day for a Wacky Walk!  Join First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative while enjoying the gorgeous winter scene at the Morris Arboretum.  Walks are free with general admission or membership and last about one hour.

    Hip-Hop History Dance Performance at the Central Library

    There are some great FREE opportunities downtown this weekend.  The Central Library of Philadelphia will be hosting a free dance performance at 2pm. Illstyle & Peace Productions will take the audience on a journey of dance of Hip-Hop styles of dance from the late 60s through today.   Enjoy this incredibly entertaining, multicultural and Philly-based production.  1901 Vine St  Philadelphia, PA 19103

    Constructing Play at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture

    The Constructing Play exhibit continues at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture through Feb. 3.  Bring your budding Frank Lloyd Wright and soak in the history of favorite building toys (Lego, Lincoln Logs, Erector Sets) while they learn about what helps structures to stand.  Kids will also enjoy the opportunity to show their innate building abilities in the Hands-on Carts.  1218 Arch Street  Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Bank of America Cardholders: Museums on Us

    And speaking of FREE ways to soak up the cultural institutions downtown, Bank of America Cardholders can enjoy free admission to the following museums:

    African American Museum of Philadelphia Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Philadelphia Museum of Art National Constitution Center

    For more details, visit their Museums on Us link.

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