Philadelphia

Aug 23rd: Philadelphia Lock and Key Singles Party at Fox and Hound, Ages: 24-49 
Fox & Hound Bar and Grill
1501 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Friday, August 23, 2019 - 8:00pm

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Price Ranges: 22.00
Phone (toll free): 8775653836
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GET READY to UNLOCK your POSSIBILITIES

Lock And Key Parties are the hottest interactive and FUN way for singles to socialize, make new friends...or just to have a great time! We take a regular happy hour and throw in the ULTIMATE icebreaker theme. Women get locks, Guys get keys. Using your lock or key, approach anyone that catches your eye.

Suggested Ages: 24-49

Friday, August 23rd /8:00-10:00 PM /(check-in 7:30 PM)

Fox and Hound
1501 Spruce St
Philadelphia, PA 19102

$22 advance registration with promo code CITIPEEK ***Save $5!***
$27 pay at door with RSVP
$32 pay at door without RSVP

Advance registration at http://www.LockAndKeyEVENTS.com/PHI or contact Kylie at philly@lockandkeyevents.com
or CUSTOMER SERVICE #: 877-565-3836 (877-LNK-EVENT).

PARTY INCLUDES: HAPPY HOUR DRINK PRICING, ($3 Select Drafts/$5 Well Drinks and House Wines) and FREE LIGHT APPETIZERS FOR THE 1ST HOUR (until 9:00 PM), Admission into Fox and Hound after Lock & Key (no additional cover to stay after), chances to win Great Prizes (Valued at Over $500) and the opportunity to massively mix, mingle, make new friends, and who knows what else!

MANAfest
Manayunk Main Street
Main Street
Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, September 21, 2019 - 11:00am

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Celebrate the fall season with us at MANAfest! MANAfest: a homegrown festival in the heart of Manayunk is a family-friendly event will be a full day of live music, seasonal activities, shopping, food vendors, and all things fall on Main Street in Manayunk.

Artists in Conversation: Ouizi and Roxana Azar
Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 6:00pm

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Phone: 2156850750

Detroit-based painter Ouizi and local artist Roxana Azar will be a part of Mural Arts Philadelphia’s newest speaker series: Artists in Conversation. This collaborative program with the Parkway Central Library’s Art Department will provide insight into each artist’s work, influences, and practices. Moderated and co-curated by Ginger Rudolph, these conversations will introduce the artists (and audiences!) to each other’s art and backgrounds.

 

Artists in Conversation: Diogo Machado and Hope Hummingbird
Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - 6:00pm

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Price Ranges: Free
Phone: 2156850750

Portuguese painter Diogo Machado and local artist Hope Hummingbird will be a part of Mural Arts Philadelphia’s newest speaker series: Artists in Conversation. This collaborative program with the Parkway Central Library’s Art Department will provide insight into each artist’s work, influences, and practices. Moderated and co-curated by Ginger Rudolph, these conversations will introduce the artists (and audiences!) to each other’s art and backgrounds.

 

Barnes on the Block
The Barnes Foundation
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Sunday, July 14, 2019 - 5:00pm

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Price Ranges: Free
Phone: 2156850750
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Meet us on the street for food trucks, a beer garden, live music, and art! Barnes on the Block is a large community art block party where you can view art installations from artists, NDA, experience live glass blowing and glass sculpture work while dancing to live music and enjoying refreshing snacks. 

Free registration is required for access to the Barnes collection. Register now and get a chance to win exciting prizes.

Breaking Barriers: Art as Social Justice
First-floor classroom of the Barnes Collection Gallery
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Thursday, July 11, 2019 (All day)

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Price Ranges: 5-25
Phone: Breaking Barriers: Art as Social Justice presents original artwork created by emerging artists from Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Guild program—a paid apprenticeship for formerly incarcerated individuals and young adults on probation—and State Correctional In

Breaking Barriers: Art as Social Justice presents original artwork created by emerging artists from Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Guild program—a paid apprenticeship for formerly incarcerated individuals and young adults on probation—and State Correctional Institution: Phoenix.

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