November 8, 2016 |

Z’s Weekly Picks: Nov. 7-13


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!



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