Starr Restaurants Raising Money for Philadelphia Schools
Stephen Starr has implemented an initiative at his Philadelphia restaurants called Support Our Schools. The goal of this initiative is to raise $100,000, plus the Starr Restaurant Group will donate $25,000. The money raised will go to help fund multimedia labs, elementary school playgrounds, and six-week summer internships.
Soccer Shots Announces Spring Session at Sister Cities Park
Soccer Shots is pleased to announce that registration is open for their spring session. The 8 and 10 week programs, appropriate for kids ages 2-5 years, begin on Sunday, March 9 and runs each Sunday through May 18 at Sister Cities Park, 18th Street and the Ben Franklin Parkway. Soccer Shots is a positive introduction to the sport of soccer with a focus on character development and soccer skill development.
PFS Monthly Saturday Morning Specials at the Roxy
Saturday Morning Specials is an affordable monthly screening series of unique, family-friendly contemporary and classic films for the young and young at heart! Get whisked away to discover foreign lands, learn about friendship, overcome obstacles, and meet a bunch of unique people and animals along the way.
McCall Hosts Casino Night Fundraiser March 8
Saturday, March 8, McCall School is hosting a Casino Night fundraiser from 7-11pm at Old Pine Community Center. Old Pine Community Center will be transformed into the "McCall Casino" complete with table games like Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat and a Money Wheel. A "Silent Auction" of class baskets and other donated items will also be held during the event with tons of fabulous items, Classroom Theme Baskets, Teacher Treats and more.
Dancing Classrooms Philly at Greenfield and Arthur Elementary Schools
Fifth graders at the Albert M. Greenfield School and the Chester A. Arthur School both participated in a Dancing Classrooms Philly ballroom dance program thanks to a $5,000 donation from Republic Bank and the Center City District Foundation Educational Improvement Organization.
Sister Cities Park
Sister Cities Park, at 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, has something for everyone. Families can explore the Children's Discovery Garden, rent and sail boats in the boat pond, grab a bite to eat at Milk & Honey Cafe or just sit and relax at Sister Cities Fountain and enjoy the picturesque views.
K-8 Public Elementary Schools Map
Center City's public elementary schools present a variety of options for families. According to School District policy, parents living within a particular public elementary school's boundaries can send their children to their neighborhood school by applying at any time.
Deal Feed: Celebrate Pi Day At Magpie Artisan Pie Bakery & Boutique With Discounted Slices Of Pie, Friday, March 14
Celebrate The 75th Birthday Of Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens Founding Artist Isaiah Zagar This Sunday, March 16
Shop Handmade Items From More Than 250 Artisans At The Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, March 14-16
The Independence Seaport Museum Hosts An Exhibition About The SS United States, A Trans-Atlantic Ocean Liner, Through September 14
Now Open: The Michener Art Museum Presents The Retrospective Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries And Crafting Modernism, Through June 1
The Borough Of Media Introduces Its First-Ever Restaurant Week With $30 Dinner Deals At More Than 20 Restaurants In The Area, March 9-13
Reminder: The Philadelphia Flower Show Kicks Off Its Final Days With A Live Q&A From Food Network Star Rachael Ray, Today At 1:30 P.M.
Reminder: Girls Night Out Hits The Flower Show With On-Site Spa Services, Shopping, Cocktails And More, Tonight, Thursday, March 6
Roundup: Where To Celebrate Women’s History Month With Exhibitions, Special Events And More, All March Long
Reminder: Wedding Wednesday Arrives At The Flower Show With More Than 50 Vendors And A Live Wedding Ceremony, Tonight, March 5
Now Open: Native American Voices: The People — Here and Now At The Penn Museum, A Multimedia Exhibition About The History And Contemporary Life Of Native Americans