Each week at 3675 Market Street, Venture Cafe hosts its Thursday Gathering – an event centered around a different theme each time that focuses on connecting with new people, learning about topics through breakout sessions, seminars, and panel discussions, and demonstrations of innovative products.
This week, Campus Philly will lead a panel conversation as part of Venture Cafe’s “Love This Jawn” series. The panel will feature three young professionals in Philadelphia sharing how to be a leader in college and as a young professional, what makes a powerful leader in Philly, and how this city specifically provides the tools and resources needed to develop a career and leadership skills.
It’s going to be a great night and the best part… it’s FREE!
For those 21+, you’ll get complementary drink tickets, too.
West Philly Porchfest is an annual do-it-yourself music festival, featuring musicians of all kinds playing free shows on porches throughout the neighborhood. Created by and for West Philadelphia residents, the festival seeks to represent and celebrate the community’s broad musical and cultural diversity.
Check out the map of performers here: https://westphillyporchfest.com/
Enjoy all the most delicious eats in West Philly and University City for just $1 each at the Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll! Stroll along Baltimore Avenue between 43rd and 52nd Streets and enjoy $1 bargains from neighborhood favorites, ranging from bites from signature restaurants to pet supplies to theater tickets.
The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, presented in association with the Baltimore Avenue Business Association (BABA), will return this year on Thursday, June 7th and Thursday, September 13th, from 5:30pm – 8:30pm. During this unique event, University City’s Baltimore Avenue between 43rd and 52nd Streets showcases its businesses with $1 bargains from neighborhood favorites, ranging from bites from signature restaurants to pet supplies to theater tickets. The event also highlights new businesses along the constantly growing commercial corridor and assists community vendors with licensing and permitting through the Philadelphia Health Department so they can safely sell food.