Friends of Pretzel Park will team up with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) to re-plant two garden beds, on Saturday, October 20th, 12:30 to 4pm. Volunteers welcome! Please contact Kathleen Lambert, firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
View the full post for an overview of the plants and locations. Continue reading
There’s an exciting range of activities and entertainment in store for the first annual Pretzel Park Fall Festival. A costume parade, live music, classic horror movie featuring a special guest appearance by Stella – the Maneater from Manayunk, and more!
Visit the event page for updates on the music schedule and more.
Join us on October 5th for the final First Friday concert of 2012, featuring a double-header with:
Harper is a four-piece blues rock band who’s been riffin’ up the Philadelphia circuit for the past five years, kickin’ out the jams in venues including the The M-Room, World Cafe Live, and Underground Arts.
About Zorro Gato:
Drawing on their diverse musical upbringings, Zorro Gato has created a funky brand of blues-rock that is not afraid to explore new territories. As partners in musical crime, this band ascribes to one stead fast philosophy, “you got to groove me to move me” and their live shows strive to do just that. Come see for yourself and share in the electric love as this band makes its’ way to the main stage in the city of brotherly love, Philadelph-i-a!
Friday September 7 from 6pm to 8pm. The first half of the concert will be for children. Cris and Lou
specialize in songs meant to teach children values and good habits,
all through current sounding music with an indie flare.
The second half of the concert will be for adults. Cris and Lou are a wonderful duo featured on WXPN, KYW and in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chestnut Hill Local and the magazine Parents Express. Check out their web site at www.crisandlou.com
We need people, people, people… and more people.
As part of the PHS Green Machine project, from 3:30pm to 5:30pm, Friday September 7, we will be cleaning out the flower bed at the corner of Rector and Cresson near St. Johns, and filling it back up with fresh mulch. Continue reading