March 24, 2016 |

Weekend Arts & Culture Guide: Mind games, Egg hunts and more.


Looking to spice up your weekend? We’ve got you covered! As promised, here’s our weekly roundup on awesome events happening in Philly this weekend!

World renowned Mentalist Max Major is returning to Philadelphia after a series of sold out performances to continue the run of his popular show, THINK AGAIN. This show combines magic, psychology, hypnosis, suggestion, and more as Max Major shows the audience the true power of the mind…all while becoming a human lie detector.

Where?: The Franklin Institute
When?: March 25-26
How Much?: $25 for Open Arts Members

Opening Day for Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
Missed out on the Flower Show, or just can’t get enough of Mother Nature? Experience opening day and take a step outside the hustle and bustle of the city to learn and view plants with Japanese roots…pun intended.

Where?: Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
When?: March 26
How Much?: $8 for adults

Drapetomanía: Grupo Antillano and the Art of Afro-Cuba
Explore this new exhibit that details the influence Afro-Cuban and African culture has had in Cuba, more specifically the Grupo Antillano Movement. This weekend is the final weekend to check out this exhibit, so don’t miss your chance to learn more about Cuba’s history.

Where?: African American Museum in Philadelphia
When?: Through March 27
How Much?: $10

March Madness at the Wells Fargo Center
If you’re a sports fan, this is for you. Keep up with your March Madness bracket as you watch the games this weekend with other bracket-winner hopefuls. Consider it watching the game…with hundreds of your closest friends.

Where?: Wells Fargo Center
When?: March 25-27
How Much?: Free

Nocturnal Egg-Celent Search
Embrace your inner child while hunting down Easter eggs with a special twist…they’re glow in the dark! This event is free for all ages, so don’t hold back and show off your egg-hunting skills!

Where?: Peace Valley Nature Center
When?: March 26 at 8:30 p.m.
How Much?: Free


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