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When the weather cools down to anything below a steamy boil, the events calendar heats up in Philly. After a year without them, make it your mission to attend as many cornerstone fall celebrations as possible and get out there this fall to some of the coolest events and activities our city has to offer. Cost: Varies by performance. Friday, September 17 — Sunday, September 19 Rittenhouse Square The Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show, the nearly century-old al fresco display of exquisite artistry, returns to the square, bringing more than exhibiting artists showcasing for-sale paintings, prints, sculpture, mixed media, and more.
Cost: Pay-as-you-go. Capacity is restricted to 1, people this year, so try to get there early to ensure you get in without too much of a wait. Cost : Pay-as-you-go, depending on much drinking you want to do. Sunday, September 19 N. Expect live Latin music and dancing, excellent food, arts and crafts, and more. Oh, and apple cider. Instead of Terror Behind The Walls, the penitentiary hosts Halloween Nights, featuring 15 attractions in the cell blocks, including two scary haunted houses, four themed bars, three interactive performances, and more.
Cost: Free. Over the course of Philly Music Week, we pat ourselves on the back with five nights of locally-billed shows of all different genres at a different independent venue each night. The extravaganza kicks off with a party at Cherry Street Pier and continues with a multi-site exhibition centering on de and motherhood. Cost: Varies per event. Cost: Free to spectate. Monday, October 11 — Friday, October 15 Various locations Organized as a means of supporting Latino-owned restaurants impacted by the pandemic, Dine Latino Restaurant Week offers indoor, outdoor, and to-go dining deals.
In their home opener, the Flyers face up against the Vancouver Canucks. There will be ice. There will be Gritty. Plan accordingly. Yay sports! Saturday, October 23 Ridge Avenue between Lyceum and Leverington Avenues, Roxborough An Oktoberfest actually set in October takes place in Roxborough with brews, polka band performances, and delicious bites. Leave the drinking to the adults; there will be activities for attendees of all ages. Kids can enter a costume contest, decorate a pumpkin, and go trick-or-treating along the avenue while the grown ups can peruse arts vendors and sip on seasonal cocktails.
Hang tight for official film selections and event lineup for the day festival. Cost: TBA. Saturday, November 6 Wells Fargo Center Put on your best Gritty-inspired running gear, lace up your shoes, and go for a three-mile trot around the sporting complex area for the Gritty 5K. Running fast is totally optional. There may or may not be flying cakes. Friday, November 5 — Sunday, November 7 Pennsylvania Convention Center Nearly craft artists, specializing in mixed media, wood, leather, basketry, and more, will show off their work at the Convention Center for the Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Art Show, with ticket proceeds directly benefiting the art museum.
No problem. Watch on as cyclocross racers pedal through a multi-terrain course out in Pottstown. The Philadelphia Marathon will again bring thousands of runners to the city streets in November, but if Just arm yourself with a and head to a cheering section. Thursday, November 25 Benjamin Franklin Parkway A time-honored tradition, the 6 ABC Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade is back again this year and bringing plenty of floats, balloons, bands, dancers, performers—and, of course, Santa, to offer a peek into next season. Want more Thrillist?
Linvilla Orchards. Find your new favorite work of art Sunday, September 26 Germantown Avenue, between Willow Grove and Rex Avenues, Chestnut Hill More than artists will set up shop in Chestnut Hill, selling their original work—like oils, watercolors, etchings, photography, sculpture, pottery, wood crafts, and jewelry—to the masses for the Chestnut Hill Fall For The Arts Festival. Support Latino-owned restaurants Monday, October 11 — Friday, October 15 Various locations Organized as a means of supporting Latino-owned restaurants impacted by the pandemic, Dine Latino Restaurant Week offers indoor, outdoor, and to-go dining deals.
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