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December 6th, 2016 by Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

Philly To-Do: Celebrate the Holidays

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This time of year has a way of pushing time’s fast-forward button, so it’s never too early to start bringing out the tinsel, miseltoe and lights. From pop-up shopping nights to holiday light celebrations, there are plenty of Philly happenings to get you in a festive mood. Below are our picks that we’re looking forward to checking out! 

Holiday lights across the City 

If you’re anything like me, one of your favorite things about the holiday season is all the lights and decorations spread across the city. So, if you are indeed like me, you’ll be excited to know that this is an ongoing event going on throughout the city. Grab some friends, bundle up, and make a nice hot chocolate to go, and explore the neighborhoods of Philadelphia and the amazing decorations that’ll truly wow you. (My personal favorite is the Longwood Gardens lights)

Check out Visit Philly’s list of  The Top Places to View Holiday Lights in Philadelphia and head to the ‘Parade of Lights at the Seaport Museum’ on Saturday, December 10!


Franklin Flea Holiday Market 2016 

Looking for unique, one-of-a-kind gifts? Stop by the Franklin Flea at the Historic Strawbridge’s Building happening on Saturday, December 17th from 10 am to 5 pm! In addition to great gift finds, you can grab a bite to eat from one of the many food vendors and enjoy live music performances throughout the day.


Historic Holiday Nights in Old City 

Head to Old City this Thursday for Historic Holiday Nights, which runs every Thursday until December 22nd. 45 shops, restaurants and museums open up their doors to the public from 5-8 p.m. with special deals and an extended happy hour for those of age. This is a great way to explore Old City, and cross a few people off of your Christmas list!


Ice Skating at City Hall

Another holiday tradition, ice skating at Rothman Rink at City Hall!  If you can’t skate they even offer a five week session of skating lessons on Sunday mornings that include skates and admission. You can also warm up after skating for awhile with food and drinks around City Hall. 

In addition to Rothman Rink at Dilworth Park, lace up your skates at the Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest!


Christmas Village at City Hall

Not much of a skater? You can still hit up City Hall for the Christmas markets starting later this month. More than 80 vendors will be out selling little trinkets and gifts perfect for the holidays. Not only will there be shopping but you can expect side-street performances and other special events throughout the entirety of the markets stay in Center City.


Catch the annual holiday show at Walnut Street Theatre

Want to catch an awesome show and see some history as well? Hit up Walnut Street Theatre, which just so happens to be America’s oldest theatre and catch a classic, Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’! Maybe take a stroll to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, which are just a quick walk away before settling in for a bit to watch an awesome cast perform one of the most classic Christmas favorites of all time.


Have “A Very Philly Christmas” at Fairmount Park

Music. Friends. Neighbors. Family. These four elements are the four most important ideas to our lovely city. Head to Fairmount Park to see some of the historical homes decked out for the season with these ideals in mind. Fairmount Park will also be hosting some really awesome events based around those four elements. Grab your friends, your family, your neighbors and head to Fairmount Park (while listening to some awesome music) and enjoy some of the things that make the City of Brotherly Love the best city to be in.

There you have it, Z’s holiday picks for this upcoming season.  For more events, you can always check out our calendar page. If you’re looking to take a road trip, check out For Planners Making Plans: Holiday Edition. If you have any suggestions or want to share your experience at one of these places, let us know!

December 1st, 2016 by Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

Philly To-Do: Holiday Activities

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It’s the most wonderful time of time of year…to have a lot going on! For the sake of keeping everything organized and in one place, we’ve compiled our picks to having the best holiday season in the city.

Holiday lights across the City 

Grab some friends, bundle up, and make a nice hot chocolate to go, and explore the neighborhoods of Philadelphia and the amazing decorations that’ll truly wow you.

Check out Visit Philly’s list of  The Top Places to View Holiday Lights in Philadelphia.’


Ice Skating at City Hall

You can skate the night away while admiring the beauty of City Hall and Center City. Want to learn how to skate? They offer a five week session of skating lessons on Sunday mornings that include skates and admission. You can also warm up after skating with food and drinks at the Rothman Rink Cabin.

P.S. Tuesday nights this winterCollege Night at Rothman Rink! What does that mean for you? College students pay $2 for admission (skate rental not included) for an evening of fun with friends! This cool event will be happening every Tuesday until February 21st.


Christmas Village at City Hall

More than 80 vendors will be out selling little trinkets and gifts perfect for the holidays. Not only will there be shopping but you can expect side-street performances and other special events throughout the entirety of the markets stay in Center City.


Catch the annual holiday show at Walnut Street Theatre

Want to catch an awesome show and see some history as well? Hit up Walnut Street Theatre, which just so happens to be America’s oldest theatre and catch a classic, Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’! Maybe take a stroll to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, which are just a quick walk away before settling in for a bit to watch an awesome cast perform one of the most classic Christmas favorites of all time.


Have “A Very Philly Christmas” at Fairmount Park

Music. Friends. Neighbors. Family. These four elements are the four most important ideas to our lovely city. Head to Fairmount Park to see some of the historical homes decked out for the season with these ideals in mind. Fairmount Park will also be hosting some really awesome events based around those four elements.


Waterfront WinterFest at Penn’s Landing 

“Are we in Philly?” That’s what you’ll be asking when you get to this winter wonderland near the Delaware River. WinterFest is a cold-weather version of Spruce Street Harbor Park, which houses an Olympic-size skating rink overlooking the River, ski chalet-style lodge and winter garden with recycled shipping containers, a heated tent, holiday trees, fire pits and plenty of cozy seating.

Have any suggestions or want to share your experience at one of these places? Tweet us @CampusPhilly! You can find more exciting events on our calendar page.

November 21st, 2016 by Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

Warm up before & after Tuesday’s College Night skate

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Tuesday nights this winterCollege Night at Rothman Rink! What does that mean for you? College students pay $2 for admission (skate rental not included) for an evening of fun with friends! This cool event will be happening every Tuesday until February 21st.


Between doing a gazillion laps around the rink and stopping by the Center City hot spots listed below, you’ll definitely be nice and toasty! Enjoy food and drink from the Rothman Rink cabin or warm your bones with a frothy cappuccino from the neighboring La Colombe. For of age skaters, check out cozy classics, Oscar’s and Good Dog.

The Christmas Village in Philadelphia  & Wintergarden at City Hall
The Rothman Rink is right next to the Christmas Village, which is modeled after traditional European open-air Christmas markets, and the giant outdoor maze — America’s Garden Capital Maze

Rothman Rink Cabin
Just steps from the north side of the Rothman Ice Rink, the new Rothman Cabin features Cuban burgers, French fries, hot chocolate, coffee, and much more! Skaters will be able to leave the ice without removing their skates to warm up and get food and drink.

La Colombe | 1414 S Penn Square
Get a coffee “for here” and take a seat in their cafe. If you’re into people watching, put this place on your list.

Max Brenner | 1500 Walnut St. 
If you’re all about chocolate, go here.

Good Dog Bar | 224 S. 15th St.| 21+
Sometimes after a long day, you need to sit yourself down in a cozy booth and eat a good burger. Dog lovers, you’ll get your fill of dog decor at this place!

Oscar’s Tavern | 1524 Sansom St. | 21+
Two things: Bar food & Bill Murray. The retro paper placemats, the jukebox and the dimly lit atmosphere will place you in the best time warp ever.

November 17th, 2016 by Nakie Uzeiri

The Ultimate Guide to a Philly Friendsgiving

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Some of us student-Philadelphians come from near and far, and sometimes it isn’t easy to get home for the break. So if you can’t make it home for the holidays or if you’re just celebrating early with some friends, you can make sure you eat all the food you can and have an unforgettable Friendsgiving.

Have a dinner with all of your pals

There are many ways you can go about your Friendsgiving dinner. First, I would recommend finding out how many of your friends will be around, maybe the weekend before thanksgiving before some of them head home for the holiday. In order to give yourself a break, have a little sign-up system and everyone to bring their favorite Thanksgiving dish, that way you can have a full spread with all the trimmings! The great part about all of this is that everyone can contribute.

What you’ll need:

  • Lot’s of food! (Your college friends understand if you can’t make a proper turkey.) Ah the perks of store-bought rotisserie chicken. Hey, it’s the thought that counts.
  • Dessert: all the pie you can find and make.
  • The proper décor: red table cloths, orange cups, fall themed plates, (leaves from outside?) whatever screams “Thanksgiving!” to you and has a picture of a turkey on it will work.
  • If you’re all over 21, make sure you bring the wine.
  • Twister: This my fourth Friendsgiving is coming up. Trust me when I say Twister has never failed us.

Find out which places are serving Thanksgiving dinners

If it’s just you and a few friends and you want to spoil yourselves for the holiday, you can catch some of Philly’s best Thanksgiving dinners. Some of the most affordable deals in the city are this Thanksgiving buffet at the Randor Hotel, this traditional meal at Bridget Foy’s, and this three course meal at Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

Get your Thanksgiving dinner to-go!

Don’t feel like figuring out how to stuff a turkey? Order some Turkey Day take-out!  While this definitely isn’t the cheapest route to go, you could go for it and personalize your dinner and split the cost with your whole party. You could go with Jake’s Sandwich Board and feed up to 24 of your friends with Turkey-stuffed sandwiches or order from Relish and get all of the sides and desserts you can think of. We also promise not to tell if you just make a traditional college student decision and stock up on a bunch of Wawa’s delicious Gobblers.

Looking for more sandwich options? Here’s where to find 10 Thanksgiving sandwiches in Philly.


Make sure you catch the 97th Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade

Don’t miss the best way to begin your Thanksgiving day! Head over early to the Parkway to catch the floats and balloons, Santa and all your favorite characters. This is great to do with your friends that are sticking around in the city with you!

After the parade, make your way to the Comcast building for the first day of ‘Comcast Holiday Spectacular,’ which transforms the building’s lobby  into a winter wonderland. “The lobby transforms into a bona fide winter wonderland. At the top of every hour, visitors are invited to gaze at the Comcast Experience video wall, one of the world’s largest and highest resolution LED displays, for a show they won’t soon forget.”–uwishunu.com

Hit the stores       

You can’t forget about the shopping deals. Everyone wins big when we support local business, so shop on Saturday, November 26, a.k.a. “Small Business Saturday.” As students it is our duty to snag the best deals we can. Not to mention you can grab holiday presents early for your friends and family members.

November 9th, 2016 by Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

This one is for you, music loving do-gooders!

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If you’re a civically engaged student who has a passion for all things music, this is where your interests intersect. But first, let’s get you set up with something awesome— a Philadelphia Orchestra  eZseatU membership, which offers full-time college students the opportunity to see UNLIMITED Orchestra concerts all season for only $25!

Now with your membership in hand and your foot in the Kimmel Center’s door, you will be able to see that the Orchestra works inside and outside the concert hall. When it comes to the Orchestra being accessible to the community, eZseatU is just the tip of the iceberg.

Last spring, they rolled out a series of programs called HEAR (Health, Education, Access and Research), which is designed to connect musicians and music with neighbors and neighborhoods. “We’re people who want to share our music-making. We want to be part of the social agenda in Philadelphia,” says President and CEO Allison Vulgamore.

This program will promote Health by sending musicians and music therapists into Broad Street Ministry to work with those experiencing homelessness and trauma. It will enrich music Education by increasing programming in underserved communities and equipping public school students with instruments through a buy-one, give-one instrument program.

Access will work on “eliminating as many obstacles or barriers between people having a chance to love music that we can provide, and be touched by it,” says Vulgamore. The music is being brought to communities through Free Neighborhood Concerts, free citywide PopUp concerts, and other programs. The Research component of HEAR will measure the impact these initiatives have on the community’s welfare.

Doesn’t all this good work make getting your eZseatU membership even better? We sure think so. Get yours today to be a part of this musical movement!

November 8th, 2016 by Zipporah Dixon

Z’s Weekly Picks: Nov. 7-13

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It’s that time of the week again! If you’re looking for something to do or somewhere cool to go, your girl Z has got you covered! Below are some events and things worth taking a look at for this week.

Election Day Celebration at the National Constitution Center

To ring in Election day, the Constitution Center is having a slew of Presidential themed events. Stop by on Tuesday before or after you hit the polls to enjoy face-painting, crafts, trivia and a live stream of the election. If you come dressed up as a president or come with your ‘I Voted’ sticker, you get $5 admission into the museum!


Divine Lorraine Block Party

This one has definitely been a while in the making, after quite a few rain cancellations, the Divine Lorraine Block Party is coming to North Broad Street this Wednesday the 9th! As a celebration for relighting the Divine Lorraine sign, EB Realty Management will be hosting this pay-as-you-go Block Party around the historic hotel. Enjoy games, beer, music and much more!


Rotham Ice Rink & Wintergarden at Dilworth Park

Already in the Christmas spirit? Hit up Dilworth Park this Friday for the grand opening of Rotham Ice Rink and pop-up maze hosted right outside of City Hall. Greater Philadelphia Gardens helped create the maze. Whether you’re in the mood to skate and enjoy some great food and everyone’s favorite cold weather drink – hot chocolate – or head through this awesome maze, it’s clear that Dilworth Park is where the party is this weekend!


Questlove Supreme at the Foundry

The Roots drummer is returning the The Foundry! Questlove himself curated a jam session at the Foundry, this being a recurring event. Looking to hear some awesome music and have fun with friends, this is definitely the scene for you. Head to the Fillmore on Sunday to see Questlove of The Roots, you may have seen them on TV…as Jimmy Fallon’s house band!

So there you have it– Z’s Weekly Picks! If you have any suggestions or want to let us know how an event was, don’t forget to tweet us @CampusPhilly!

 

October 31st, 2016 by Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

Deals & Tips for Planners Making Plans

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Every friend group has a planner– I know this because I’m the unofficial event coordinator in my group. I worry about the stuff that makes the magic actually happen, from buying the tickets and having everyone Venmo me, or making reservations at that super popular restaurant we all want to check out.

The #1 question in our group chat is “How are we going to get there?” It all depends! We hop on a SEPTA train or bus. If all of our tires are full of air, we bike; if it’s close enough, we walk. All great ways of getting around. Oh oh, and Zipcar, we love a ZipTrip! There’s nothing like plugging your phone in, putting on some good jams and driving around the city with your friends.

Planners like deals, so here’s one for you — When you reserve a Zipcar Mon-Thurs from 6pm-8:30am, it is only $29 for the entire period! Get the deets here: http://www.zipcar.com/overnight. Not a member yet? Go to www.zipcar.com/campusphilly for discounted memberships!

We also like recommending things to people like events! There are a lot of those happening this time of year. Here are some of my favorites:

Chrysanthemum Festival | Now until Nov. 20
Have you ever made a trip out to Longwood Gardens? This festival is one of the many reasons to take a road trip there. It features nearly 20,000 beautiful blooms grown in extraordinary ways throughout Longwood’s four-acre conservatory. The centerpiece of the show is a Thousand Bloom Mum, made up of more than 1,500 meticulously arranged yellow flowers on one plant. Look it up, it’s very gram-worthy.


Franklin Square Holiday Festival | Starts Thursday, Nov. 10
Experience the magic of the holiday and celebrate traditions new and old at the Franklin Square Holiday Festival. Dazzle in the lights of the Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show presented by PECO and enjoy seasonal foods and beers at SquareBurger and the Winter Beer Garden.


Open Arts College Night at the Barnes Foundation | Friday, Nov. 18 | 6-10 p.m. 
You won’t believe how close you’ll be standing to some of the most famous paintings ever. And believe it, this is a free event for college students!  Explore the Barnes collection alongside live music, performance, short stories and a few surprises! Collection access included.


Waterfront WinterFest at Penn’s Landing | Opening Friday, Nov. 25 
“Are we in Philly?” That’s what you’ll be asking when you get to this winter wonderland near the Delaware River. WinterFest is a cold-weather version of Spruce Street Harbor Park, which houses an Olympic-size skating rink overlooking the River, ski chalet-style lodge and winter garden with recycled shipping containers, a heated tent, holiday trees, fire pits and plenty of cozy seating.


The Miracle on South 13th Street Holiday Light Display | Lights go on at the end of November
I accidentally found out about this holiday tradition! One wrong turn and I was driving down the most festive street ever. Reserve your Zipcar and load your car up with friends to drive down this well-known street! From one planner to another, gather your friends, reserve a Zipcar and explore all the city has to offer during this very festive time!

October 27th, 2016 by Nakie Uzeiri

The Student Guide to the Philly Film Scene

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You don’t have to be a film student or a ‘film guru’ to enjoy a good movie every now and then. The Philadelphia film scene is a unique one, so be sure to venture out of your mainstream blockbuster-boasting theater and explore the cinematic scene around the city. There are a handful of famous festivals that come around annually in Philly, so if you have some free time between your studies you can snag a few discounted tickets and enjoy!

Below you can find a bunch of fun, upcoming film opportunities, as well as my favorite thing to do between films; enjoying a nice cuppa’ joe.

FILM FESTIVALS

The 25th Philadelphia Film Festival

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Regretfully, as midterms have consumed my life for the past week, I was unable to attend this festival, but don’t panic! There’s still time to watch this one. You have until Sunday,October 30th. The films are being shown at theaters around the city like Prince Theater, Ritz East A, Ritz East B, Ritz Five and URBN Center Annex. You can find the full schedule here.

Coffee Break: Hit up La Colombe around the corner from Prince Theater. After possibly catching a screening of Short Stay or Backpack Full of Cash, make sure to grab yourself a muffin and a cappuccino!

The Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival

From November 5 to November 19take a glance at some of the best works in Jewish cinema from around the world that have been presented in Philadelphia for the past 36 years. With venues spread around Philly in Center City, Old City, University City as well as the surrounding suburban areas, you’ll have no problem catching a film conveniently close to you! Not to mention, this festival is (the magic F word) FREE for students, click here for schedule info!

The Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival

Running through November 10th to the 20th, this festival is one of a kind and first hit Philadelphia in 2008. Some of the main venues for the festival are the International House of Philadelphia in University City and Asian Arts Initiative in Chinatown North. RSVP for your FREE movie events here!

Coffee Break: Join Reading Terminal Market for Indonesian Night, in partnership with Old City Coffee and the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival. Admission to the event is free; At 6 p.m.,  Old City Coffee will sample “Best of Indonesia” auction winner West Java rare micro lot: Java CIBEBER.

FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia

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With its co-host, Los Angeles having the festival in the spring, Philly takes over the festival from November 11th to the 13th. Head to the Painted Bride Arts Center for a—you guessed it—first glance at independent films like Virtual Revolution and documentaries like Writers Matter. You can pre-purchase tickets and packages online, or pay cash at the door! For the schedule and more information visit FirstGlance here.


MOVIE NIGHTS

BYOB at Roxy Theater

For all of you 21+ film-loving college students like myself, passing up a classy BYO night at a historic theater like Roxy is a difficult task. Every Wednesday after 7pm you can kick back with your favorite bottle of wine and bring your ID with you! Make sure to click here before attending to read all the guidelines of what you can and can’t bring.

Movies at Woodmere

On Tuesday nights at 7:30pm, Woodmere’s main gallery section is transformed into the perfect location for screening the classics. There is a $5 suggested donation which isn’t much for such a unique experience. You can catch films like Schalcken the Painter on November 1st and The Good Fairy on November 8th. Full schedule can be found here. 


GET INVOLVED

Volunteering is not only a great activity to partake in regularly, but it looks great on your resume and can earn you some cool opportunities! You can volunteer with the Philadelphia Film Society for events such as the Philadelphia Film Festival in the fall and Movies on the Block throughout the summer. You can also volunteer with the Philly Asian Film Festival!

October 25th, 2016 by Nakie Uzeiri

This Week with Open Arts

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Sometimes it’s a good idea to take a break from the library and engage in events around the city! These events can enlighten your studies and help you come up with new ideas and see things in a new light. From politics, science and Halloween events—here’s what you can expect from Open Arts this week!

If you don’t already know…

Signing up with Campus Philly Open Arts is beneficial not only for students, but arts partners and college staff as well. Students can download free and discounted tickets to Open Arts events that not only encourage the arts but also broaden career opportunities for students. If you aren’t already a member, register here today!

The Supreme Court in Transition: A View from the Frontlines 10/26 at 12:00pm
Meet at the National Constitution Center and attend a discussion with top legal journalists, Robert Barnes, Lincoln Caplan and Marcia Coyle. In this part of the Center’s Election 2016 Program Series, they’ll be examining the state of a 4-4 Supreme Court in transition as well as the differences between a Clinton Court and a Trump Court.
Speed Secrets: Lessons Learned from a Sports Medicine Physician | 10/26 at 6:00pm
At the Parkway Central Library, Dr. Michael Ross, a board certified, non-surgical sports medicine physician at Rothman Institute, will be discussing tips on how to improve your times through effective training and physiological tweaks.
Grahame Lesh: Growing Up Grateful Dead | 10/27 at 2:00pm
The National Museum of American Jewish History will be hosting this exciting series of afternoon preview events, this one with son of Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh. Grahame will be putting on an acoustic performance that includes stories of growing up around the Grateful Dead and how Bill Graham impacted his life.

Black Magic Bash at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens | 10/29 at 7:00pm
This one’s for you all 21 and over, get into the spooky spirit this Halloweekend at this breathtaking mosaicked warehouse! With music by the West Philadelphia Orchestra, food from South Philly Barbacoa, and drinks from Barefoot Wine & Bubbly and Saint Benjamin Brewing Company all included in your ticket, your night will without a doubt be spook-tacular!
World Premiere. Justin Gonzalez is “Telling Stories” | 10/30 at 2:00pm
The Multicultural Arts Exchange of CultureTrust presents the composer with a story that begins before the pen hits paper. Justin Gonzalez, known as Philadelphia’s “treasured tenor”, is known for his “expressive mastery” that tells stories before the performance of songs that cross languages and styles.

Science After Hours: Creature of the Night  | 10/31 at 7:00pm
Another 21 and over event, learn and have some fun this Halloween at The Franklin Institute! Science with a twist includes experiments, demonstrations, games and innovative science curated by the museum in collaboration with organizations across Philly. Head over with your best costume and be prepared to have some fun.

Tuesday Nights at the Movies – Schalcken the Painter | 11/1 at 7:30pm
The Woodmere Art Museum presents the Gothic film that will pull the audience into a “shadowy fantasy world” of real-life painters Gerrif Dou and Godfried Schalcken. Tuesday Nights at the Movies is sponsored by the Chestnut Hill Local and presented with the Chestnut Hill Film Group.

September 29th, 2016 by Zipporah Dixon

Your 1st First Friday in Old City

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If you’re an art nerd at heart, a curious Philly local who’s been meaning to explore Old City, or just looking for something new to do, we’ve got a very Old City night planned for you! On Friday a.k.a. “First Friday,” October 7, we will be hosting an Open Arts gathering in the Arden Theatre lobby.  Come by to check-in, receive an art crawl map as well as a discount card for local restaurants and business, like National Mechanics and The Victoria Freehouse, for the night.

Haven’t been to Old City? It looks like it is straight out of a movie, especially with Penn’s Landing in walking distance over looking the water. This section of Philadelphia is sprinkled with cute cafes, cobblestone roads, and city parks and gardens that are to die for. Personally, it’s one of my favorite parts of the city, especially walking around Penn’s Landing with ice cream from The Franklin Fountain. If it’s a little on the chillier side like it is now, I recommend hitting up one of the many quaint coffee shops in the area, my personal favorite being Customs Coffee House (Double Shots) on Chestnut Street.

The best way to really get a feel for First Friday is to just go exploring! Check out the places highlighted in the Old City Art Crawl Map and after you see those, keep walking around and you’ll find all the art nooks and culture crannies that are all over Old City.

I always find something new that I love about this section of the city and First Friday may be your way to finding your new favorite piece of Philadelphia. Mark your calendar for October 7th, 5 to 9 p.m. and get ready for some art, culture and beauty in one of Philly’s most historic neighborhoods! Happy adventuring!

P.S. After your First Friday stroll, catch “Stupid F**king Bird” at the Arden Theatre at 8 p.m. Use promotion code CAMPUS16 to receive your discounted $20 tickets. Not an Open Arts member? Sign up here using the code “1617.”