Four things to do in East Falls, Mt. Airy and Roxborough this weekend

Looking for something to do with the kids this weekend? Here are our top picks. 

Concert at Gorgas Park, Ridge Avenue and Hermitage Street

Summer concerts are abundant, especially in Manayunk. On Saturday, musicians will fill the park with their music. The “Gorgas Park Rocks” concert will feature the sounds of these local musicians: Mia Johnson, The Brian Flanagan Band, Gift Hourse featuring Scott Silipigni, and The Pete Donnelly Band. Music starts at 5 p.m.

Moonlight Movies in Mt. Airy

If you love the Muppets (or secretly do), you’ll be pleased with this week’s Moonlight Movie film choice. There will be a screening of the Muppets Movie starring Jason Siegal and Amy Adams tonight at 8 p.m. The free movie series is sponsored by the Free Library Lovett Branch and continues throughout the summer. So why don’t you meet the Muppets this weekend? Call 215-685-2095. If the rain continues, the screening will be moved to the Cliveden Carriage House located at 6401 Germantown Avenue. Call the library at 215-685-2095. 

Summer In The City Exhibition at Mt. Airy Art Garage, 11 West Mt. Airy Avenue

If rain in the forecast is making you reschedule those outdoor plans, have no fear. There is plenty of indoor activities to keep you busy. Mt. Airy Art Garage is open from 12 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Spend the day staying dry while supporting local artists.

Ghost Hunting at Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Interested in the paranormal? Want to know what ghost hunting is all about? Laurel Hill Cemetery will be explaining what it is and the tools that any good ghost hunter (or buster) uses on Saturday. The workshop is titled “Ghost Among Our Graves: Paranormal Investigation of Laurel Hill Cemetery.” Learn what ghost investigation has been conducted at the cemetery. Get your hands on some equipment and try it out yourself. The workshop starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 to the public. Students and seniors are $25. For members, it’s $22.

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