Philly Family Weekend Fun: April 26-28




    Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts

    April 27th

    11a.m.-7p.m. Free

    Broad-Chestnut to South Streets

    Come out for an 8 hour extravaganza!

    Filled with street musicians, performances, food vendors, exhibitors,

    Ferris wheels, petting zoo and jungle gym.


    The Penn Relays

    April 25-27th

    Franklins Field

    235 S. 33rd Street 



    International Children’s Festival @ UPenn

    April 30-May 4th

    Enjoy the FunZone  and choose from a variety of performances. Pay per event or buy your fun pass on May 4th for an entire day of fun.




    Around town



    Manayunk StrEAT Festival & Restaurant Week

    April 26th 

    Get to Manayunk on this last night and experience Philly Food Trucks and cheap eats!

    Main Street




    Astronomy Night- Stargazing

    April 26th


    Laurel Hill Cemetery 

    3822 Ridge Avenue

    RSVP by calling 215.228-8200 or emailing



    Apr 27th

    10:00 am – 2:00 pm

    Schuylkill Environmental Center

    Celebrate all things natural in our second annual Earth Day festival. Music, live animal shows, science projects, native plant sale, walks, games, art and more–even visits from the Philadelphia Zoo, Franklin Institute and Audubon Pennsylvania.


    Knit/Crochet/Fiber out & deck out Maplewood Mall & area around iMPeRFeCT Gallery

    Followed by “Last Supper” Fundraiser

    April 27th


    Join guest fiber artist Melissa Maddonni Haims. Bring needles, materials, ready made, beautiful misfit pieces, and it will be spectacular. Both of the April gallery exhibitors are also fiber artists who will be on hand. Bonnie MacAllister’s “SPECTACLE” show features new work in 2D, fiber, and 3D metal prints. She creates cross-genre work fusing performance, photography, fiber art, and painting.With an Installation in the Red Room by Jamie Campbell :: BRAMBLE



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