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30+ Things to Do With Kids This Week Around Philly: August 5–12

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The Oval+

Wednesdays-Sundays, through August 18

Eakins Oval, 2451 Benjamin Franklin Parkway; also see “blocks” at Barnes Foundation, Rodin Museum, and Van Colln Park


This colorful transformation of Eakins Oval (and beyond, hence the plus symbol) brings four weeks of fun for all ages to the Parkway, from a beer garden for grownups to storytimes for little ones, and so much more. We’ll be sharing can’t-miss events below, but you can read our preview of the whole pop-up here!

Magical Mosaic

August 5–8

Fumo Family Library, 2437 S. Broad St.


A program for teens and tweens to make some art, discover diverse cultures, and give back to the community with Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens.

Shark Summer

Through September 2

Adventure Aquarium, 1 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ


Adventure Aquarium is bringing back Shark Summer—interactive programming celebrating all things shark! There will be shark shows, shark swag, shark talks, and… baby sharks! So if your kids haven’t stopped singing “Baby Shark” for the better part of a year, this is clearly the place to be if you want to live every week like it’s Shark Week.

Art Splash

Tuesdays–Sundays through September 2, 10 am—5 pm (open until 7 pm on Wednesdays)

Perelman Building, 2525 Pennsylvania Ave.


Philadelphia Museum of Art’s summer programming, Art Splash, brings family tours, art making, open studio time, and a kid-friendly gallery hunt. On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 1—4 pm, meet artist Brian Bazemore as he leads a collaborative art activity in the studio. On Wednesday evening from 5–7 pm, enjoy pay-what-you-wish admission.

Dinosaurs Around the World

Through January 20, 2020

Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway


With over a dozen life-size animatronic dinosaurs,  “Dinosaurs Around the World” invites visitors to prehistoric Earth to see how they lived and adapted to their times. Check out our preview to learn more.

Delaware River Waterfront

The Blue Cross RiverRink, Spruce Street Harbor Park, and Cherry Street Pier open full-time for the summer this weekend with skating, rides, food, and lots more family fun.

Photo Pop!

The Bourse, 111 S. Independence Mall East

Through August 24


Photo Pop is back with “Sweet Paradise.” Go selfie-wild with a new location, a new theme, and lots of Insta-worthy art at this temporary Philly art exhibit. Tickets available online.

‘Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes’ at the Franklin Institute

Through September 2

222 N. 20th St.


Franklin Institute celebrates Marvel’s 80th Anniversary with a new immersive exhibit including original sketches, costumes and props from Marvel films (including Black PantherCaptain America, and Thor), interactive experiences in life-size scenes, and lots of photo ops! Read our preview here.

‘America to Zanzibar’ at Please Touch Museum

Through September 2

4231 Avenue of the Republic


The Please Touch Museum welcomes a new special exhibit, “America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far,” which allows families to learn about Muslim culture around the world through interactive displays, artifacts, and more. See our preview here!

‘Creatures of Habitat’ at Philadelphia Zoo

3400 W. Girard Ave.

Through September 30


Creatures of Habitat: A Gazillion Piece Animal Adventure” brings 12 giant LEGO vignettes created by Sean Kenney all over the zoo. Kids will be able to use the returning Zoo Keys at “audiobooks” located at each sculpture (as well as other areas throughout the zoo) to “unlock” secrets and stories about the animals. Read all about the exhibit in our preview.

‘Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation’

Through December 31

National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St.


 This exhibit focuses on the intellectual and political conflicts between Hamilton and his contemporaries, including Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams, and of course, Aaron Burr.

Civil War Summer at the National Constitution Center

Through August 17

National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St.


This summer, in conjunction with the National Constitution Center’s new Civil War and Reconstruction exhibit the Center’s Main Lobby will be transformed into a Union Army encampment. Visitors will be able to try on replica Civil War soldier uniforms and examine the kinds of supplies soldiers would have had at war camps. Every Thursday and Saturday, special activities will include Meet-and-Greets with historic figures like Henry “Box” Brown, as well as Union soldiers and battlefield nurses. Visitors can also attend Town Hall programs with President Abraham Lincoln, enjoy a theatrical performance highlighting Frances E.W. Harper, and participate in interactive Military Muster activities.

Free Admission at NMAJH

Through August 31

National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 S. Independence Mall E.


Admission to the National Museum of American Jewish History is free through August! Free admission includes complimentary access to the Museum’s core exhibits highlighting more than 360 years of life in America told through a Jewish lens, and complimentary access to the current special exhibition, “Sara Berman’s Closet.” Reserve tickets online.

Parks on Tap: Dickinson Square Park

August 7–11

515 Tasker St.


Our favorite family-friendly beer garden comes to South Philly! There will be food, beer on tap, wine, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages in a festive outdoor environment featuring comfortable chairs and hammocks, and family fun!


Storytime in the Square
10-11 am
Franklin Square, 200 N. Sixth St.
Librarian Margaret Bernardi of the Independence Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia reads free stories to children in the Franklin Square Pavilion. Read More
Music Monkey Jungle at Liberty Place
10:30-11 am
The Shops at Liberty Place, 1625 Chestnut St.
Come sing, dance, laugh and play with Lori and Jeremy of Music Monkey Jungle in this free concert! Read More
Read and Romp at National Liberty Museum
10:30-11:30 am
321 Chestnut St.
Ages 2-6 with a caregiver will enjoy storytelling, interactive games, and creative crafts centered around 'Stone Soup,' which teaches about the importance of sharing, and being kind to everyone you meet. Read More
Story Art at Sister Cities Park
10:30–11:30 am
210 N. 18th St.
The Free Library of Philadelphia will lead a weekly storytime at the park, followed by nature-themed crafts with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. Read More
Art in the Park at Sister Cities Park
11:30 am–12:30 pm
210 N. 18th St.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art will lead a free collage activity for kids. Read More
Marvel Movie Mondays: 'Captain America: Civil War'
Teen Center at Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street
Escape the heat this summer and recap the essential movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe each week in the Field Teen Center! Program for teens ages 12-18. Read More
Stories in the Square
4 pm
Rittenhouse Square (meet at the Goat)
Join the library for stories, activities, and the Summer Reading Game. Meet at the goat statue in Rittenhouse Square! Read More


Music Monkey Jungle Free Session at Reading Terminal Market
10-10:30 am
51 N. 12th St.
Sing, dance, move, and have a rockin’ good time with Music Monkey Jungle. Admission is free and open to the public. Read More
PAW Patrol Skate Party
10 am-4 pm
Rolling Thunder Skating Center, 7017 Roosevelt Blvd.
Skate with Chase and Marshall! Read More
Baby Bird Playdate at Philadelphia Museum of Art
10:15 am
Perelman Building, 2525 Pennsylvania Ave.
Play at the museum with your little ones and enjoy circle time, art making, and gallery walks.​ For toddlers and their grownups. Note that for this summer, Baby Bird Playdates move to the museum's Perelman Building-- so stick around for Art Splash! Read More
The Pocket Joys at Momo's Treehouse
10:30 am
Momo's Tree House, 2207 South Street
The Pocket Joys--a Philadelphia based kid-friendly folk duo-- perform live. Read More
Story Jams
10:30 am
DiSilvestro Rec Center, 1701 S. 15th St.
Story Jams is a playgroup centered around play and positivity that includes storytime, music, dancing, and sensory exploration. In case of inclement weather, meet inside the library. Read More
Woven Together at Sister Cities Park
10:30–11:30 am
Sister Cities Park, 210 N. 18th St.
The Fabric Workshop & Museum will bring their current exhibit– “Sonya Clark: Monumental Cloth, the Flag We Should Know”– to life. The exhibit will be the inspiration for engaging textile, craft, and hands-on activities. Read More
Young People’s Concert Series at The Mann
11 am
Mann Center for the Performing Arts, 5201 Parkside Avenue
Join the Mann Center in exploring the world by listening and feeling the beat from multiple group performances for all ages. The concert is free, but registration is required. Gates open 30 minutes before showtime. Parking is free. Read More
Nature in the Park
11:30 am–12:30 pm
Sister Cities Park, 210 N. 18th St.
The Academy of Natural Sciences will bring fun games and experiments that involve creatures and crawlers! Read More
Teen Cooking Workshop
1 pm
Philadelphia City Institute, 1905 Locust St.
Teens in grades 7-12 will learn simple techniques for cooking healthy and delicious meals. Registration is required; email hoopese@freelibrary.org or call 215-685-6621. Read More
Free Boating at Bartram's Garden
6-8 pm
5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Enjoy free sunset boating on the Schuylkill River. No registration or boating experience necessary! All ages are welcome, minors must be accompanied by an adult. Read More
National Night Out Festival at Snyder Plaza
6-9 pm
Snyder Plaza Shopping Center, 29 Snyder Ave.
Free food and goodies, giveaways, and chances to win great prizes at this annual night devoted to promoting police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Read More
Birth Sharing Circle
6:30-8 pm
Kith + Kin, 3060 W. Jefferson St.
Come together to celebrate birth, transform, and heal in a safe and supportive environment. Share, listen, laugh, cry and heal at this free monthly support group. Read More
East Passyunk Summer Chill
6:30-8 pm
The Singing Fountain, E Passyunk Ave.
Enjoy bubbles, sidewalk chalk, temporary tattoos, and music as you mingle with neighbors. Plus, free Little Baby's Ice Cream for the first 150 people! Read More
Concert and Movie at Gorgas Park
7 pm
Gorgas Park, 6300 Ridge Avenue
Enjoy a kids' concert by the Plants, followed by a screening of Moana. Read More


Snapology's Jr. Engineers
10 am
Kith + Kin, 3060 W. Jefferson St.
Kids ages 3-5 and their grown-ups will build fun and simple models while exploring energy and balance. Drop-in classes also include free-building time to promote creativity. Read More
Book Nook Storytime at Reading Terminal Market
This program, in partnership with The Free Library of Philadelphia, is geared towards children ages 3 to 5. Read More
Not a Peep Sleep Workshop
10-11:30 am
Kith + Kin, 3060 W. Jefferson St.
During this 1.5-hour workshop, sleep expert Maria Lopez will teach you about the science of children’s sleep, why problems occur, how to prevent them, and how to troubleshoot your current issues. This class addresses sleep issues for children of any age. Pre-registration (online) is recommended. Read More
Bartram's Garden Little Explorers: Water Wonderland
10-11:30 am
5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Cool off with outdoor water games and discover why water is important to the garden. Monthly program for toddlers and preschoolers ages 2-4. Pre-registration required, one adult chaperone for every two children. Bring a picnic lunch and stay for free story hour at noon! Read More
Grow Up Green at Sister Cities Park
10:30–11:30 am
Sister Cities Park, 210 N. 18th St.
Philadelphia Parks and Recreation will lead activities for kids age 3 and up that encourage a connection to nature and outdoor play. Read More
Nature Read-Aloud with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation
11 am
The Oval's “MAKE” block, in front of the Barnes Foundation (2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway)
Join FarmPhilly for a read-aloud series with a focus on the natural world. Children ages 4-8 and their caretakers are invited to come listen to stories about plants, animals, seasons and our food systems and participate in a short hands-on activity following the book. Read More
Tiny Tot Explorers: Paws & Claws
11 am-noon
Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Kids ages 2-5 with their caregivers will explore nature through songs, games, hands-on fun, and museum adventures. Space is limited; pre-registration required online. Read More
Young Science Hour at Sister Cities Park
11:30 am–12:30 pm
Sister Cities Park, 210 N. 18th St.
The Franklin Institute will bring unique science experiments, demonstrations, and hands-on activities designed to teach kids about space, robotics, and more. Read More
Music Makers
4 pm
Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St.
Children 11 and under will make their own kazoos, guitars, and shakers. Read More
Please Touch Museum’s Kindergarten Mixer
4-7 pm
4231 Avenue of the Republic
The Please Touch Museum is helping little ones get ready for “big kid school” at their annual Kindergarten Mixer. Admission will be offered at the special price of $2 for non-members, and free for members. The event will include school-themed activities, including a visit from Pete ... Read More
Toddler Yoga at Kith + Kin
4:15 pm
3060 W. Jefferson St.
Toddler Yoga is a fun, energetic and engaging way for parents to connect with their young children (ages 2-4) through yoga poses. Toddlers will learn poses while parents help guide the little ones towards focus, leading by example with their own participation. Drop-ins welcome. Read More
Free Art Splash on Wednesday Nights
5-7 pm
Perelman Building, 2525 Pennsylvania Ave.
Enjoy pay-what-you-wish admission and make some art in Splash Studio before bedtime. Read More
Outdoor Movie Night: 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse'
5-10 pm
Mifflin Square Park, Sixth and Ritner streets
Watch Miles Morales take up the mantle of Spider-Man in this fantastic animated movie. Fun starts at 5 pm, and the movie begins at dusk. Read More
Friends' Family Night in the Garden
5:30 pm
7810 Frankford Ave.
Bring a blanket and mingle with friends, get your face painted, do an art activity and enjoy refreshments. There will be storytime, a puppet show, water ice, and more kid-friendly activities. Read More
Baby-Led Feeding Basics
6-7:30 pm
Kith + Kin, 3060 W. Jefferson St.
This peer-led workshop will discuss baby-led weaning, and gives parents tips and recipes. While this workshop is geared towards adults, feel free to bring your infant if that encourages participation. Pre-registration required, online. Read More
Mr. Malcolm's Crazy Science Show
6:30 pm
Bustleton Library, 10199 Bustleton Ave.
Join popular favorite Mr. Malcolm for some crazy science experiments. Read More
Not a Typical Kid: A Support Group for Parents of Children with Autism
7 pm
Fumo Family Library, 2437 S. Broad St.
Come meet, ask questions, receive support, and share experiences and resources with other parents of children on the autistic spectrum. Children are welcome, and an activity will be provided. Read More


Movie in the Park: 'Christopher Robin'
Inn Yard Park, 4208-52 Ridge Ave.
Thanks to grants from Fairmount Park Conservancy, neighborhood parks around the city will be transformed into outdoor movie theaters on summer nights. Movies are BYOB (Bring Your Own Blanket) and begin at dusk. Read More
Stroller Tour at the Barnes Foundation
10:30—11:15 am
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia
Take a 45-minute guided tour and discover ways to look at and appreciate art with little ones in tow. Open to parents and caregivers with babies up to 18 months in a stroller or baby wrap. Note: no double-wide strollers. Read More
Drag Queen Story Time at the Oval
11 am-noon
Across the street from the Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Come hear stories about self-love, diversity, acceptance, and many fabulous other things when Drag Queen Brittany Lynn brings her incredible Drag Queen Story Time to The Oval! There will be stories, dress up, crafts, and lots of fun. Read More
Shine a Light on Disabilities
4 pm
Bushrod Library, 6304 Castor Ave.
Author and advocate Nancy Ostroff visits to lead a discussion with children about disabilities. She'll also be sharing stories from her soon to be published works. Read More
James and the Giant Peach: Geography and Map-Making
4-5 pm
Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St.
Come along on an adventure with James--read the beloved picture book by Roald Dahl, learn about what places James and pals could have gone in real life, and make your own adventure maps. Read More
Fishing Meet-Up
5-7 pm
Just south of the Walnut Street Bridge on Schuylkill Banks
This free fishing workshop is open to all anglers, so come on down to the river and learn how to fish or brush up on your skills. Rods, reels, and bait will be available on site, so you do not need your own gear to ... Read More
Free Pop-up Archery Range
5-7 pm
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, 8601 Lindbergh Blvd.
Take your first shot at archery and learn a quick overview of the skills required to hit a bullseye with USA Archery certified instructors. Families are welcome with kids age 8 and up. No registration or equipment required. Read More
Live at Sister Cities Park
5-8 pm
210 N. 18th St.
Live at Sister Cities Park brings local singer-songwriters together for a season-long party on the Parkway! A variety of snacks will be available for purchase at Sister Cities Café, including beer and wine. Kids are free to frolic in the Children’s Discovery Garden and Boat ... Read More
Throwback Thursday at Franklin Square
5-10 pm
Franklin Square, Sixth and Race streets
Dance and sing along to classic tunes as DJ Robert Drake fills the Square with the biggest hits of the decade, celebrating a different musical era each week. This week, it's the 70s, and decade dress is encouraged, so break out the bellbottoms! Read More
Manayunk Stroll the Street: Throwback Movie Night
5-10 pm
Main Street, Manayunk
Manayunk will host local food trucks, vendors, and live music as visitors and residents walk, shop, and eat. This week, it's Throwback Night, with "The Goonies" screening at 8 pm. Read More
Rebel Thursday at Betsy Ross House
Betsy Ross House has extended hours this summer on Thursdays. Meet Betsy in the House’s basement where she will tell you about the risks she took by agreeing to take on flag and cartridge-making commissions during the Revolution, and violating her Quaker faith by eloping ... Read More
Kids' Game Night
Outdoor games for kids ages 4-11. Read More
Gorgas Park Summer Concert Series
7-9 pm
Gorgas Park, 6300 Ridge Avenue
Enjoy the music of Zydeco-a-go-go at this free outdoor concert. Read More
Penn’s Landing Screenings Under the Stars: ‘Clueless’
8:30 pm
Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing
Kick back in your favorite lawn chair with a great snack from on-site concessions and enjoy a true 90s classic! Read More
Outdoor Movie Night: 'Crazy Rich Asians'
8:30 pm
East (Center City) side of the Schuylkill River, just north of the Walnut Street Bridge
Bring your blanket and enjoy Sing! Movie starts at 8:30 pm, but come early to participate in a free pre-movie raffle for gift cards from Philadelphia Runner and Saxbys. Snacks and beverages will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Read More


Movies on the Block: 'Hidden Figures'
Wilson Park, 27th and Snyder streets
Starting at 5 pm, there will be activities and members from local organizations will be providing information about their non-profit work and ways for you to get involved. Then at sundown, the movie begins, with popcorn and water. Read More
Movie in Clark Park: 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'
4300-4398 Baltimore Ave.
Families can enjoy food and dessert offerings from a rotating list of vendors, beginning around 6 pm, as well as extra activities and promotions before the screenings. Movie begins at sundown. Read More
Nimble Crafters at Kith + Kin
10 am-noon
3060 W. Jefferson St.
Weekly take-home projects are inspired by nature, cultures, and art appreciation. Experimenting with different materials in a controlled environment allows your child to gain confidence but most importantly have fun! Come any time between the two-hour open studio time and stay as long as you ... Read More
Baby Bird Playdate at Philadelphia Museum of Art
10:15 am
Perelman Building, 2525 Pennsylvania Ave.
Play at the museum with your little ones and enjoy circle time, art making, and gallery walks.​ For toddlers and their grownups. Note that for this summer, Baby Bird Playdates move to the museum's Perelman Building-- so stick around for Art Splash! Read More
Yoga Storytime
10:30 am
Falls of Schuylkill Library, 3501 Midvale Ave.
Miss Amanda from Roots2Rise will explore a classic children's story through yoga and song. Mats will be provided. For all ages, but young children will need an adult with them. Read More
Shake Rattle Roll: Walkers
11-11:45 am
Kith + Kin, 3060 W. Jefferson St.
Infant and toddler motor development will be assessed by a physical therapist, and parents will position their babies in a variety of ways to see how their child responds with movement. Activities will be modified for each child based upon age or skill level. Pre-registration ... Read More
Pop-Up Story Bench at Wawa
11 am-3:30 pm
Sixth and Chestnut streets
Official Once Upon a Nation Storytellers will share entertaining and authentic stories from Philadelphia's past, at this one-day-only pop-up outside Wawa. Read More
Storytime Expeditions: Sailing Down the Nile
11:30 am-12:15 pm
Penn Museum, 3260 South St.
Take a colorful boat ride with the book "We're Sailing Down the Nile."Children and adults visit well-known Egyptian sites and artifacts throughout the story and around the museum. Read More
'Boxer Champ' Meet-and-Greet
noon-1 pm
Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th St.
In advance of 'Creed II' screening in Dilworth that night, Rocky will be walking around! Read More
Ye Old Wizarding Bookshoppe
noon-2 pm
Science History Institute, 315 Chestnut St.
Explore rare books on magical subjects, and make a wizarding-inspired bookmark to take home. Free; no registration required. Read More
Architecture + Design (A+D) Play
3-5 pm
The Oval's “MAKE” block, in front of the Barnes Foundation (2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway)
Have fun and learn about design, build a project from your imagination, and hone your creative problem-solving skills. DesignPhiladelphia offers different activities each week, so you can come again and again to work with others and build something amazing! Read More
Kidchella at Smith Playground
4-7:30 pm
3500 Reservoir Drive
Enjoy “kindie” music all evening long with The Not-Its and Lucy Kalantari. Come early because at 4 pm there will be a Youth Arts Zone on Smith’s front lawn, featuring creative stations, as well as youth performances. Concert begins at 6 pm. Pack your dinner or ... Read More
Lilypad Family Happy Hour Playgroup
4:30—6 pm
1234 S. Broad St.
Hang out with other parents and let the kids play—this playgroup is BYOB! Read More
Game Night at Franklin Square
5-10 pm
Franklin Square, Sixth and Race streets
Franklin Square hosts weekly game nights this August, featuring B-E-N-G-O hosted by Benjamin Franklin with prizes, Colonial games, and Quizzo with Deborah Franklin! Read More
Food and Flicks Friday: 'Hook'
5-11 pm
The Oval, 2451 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Come to The Oval at 5 pm for food trucks and the beer garden. Then at 9 pm, the movie begins! Read More
Music & Mist Summer Concert Series
6 pm
Julian Abele Park, 22nd and Carpenter streets
Scott Barkan performs a free concert at the park. Read More
Ping Pong Tournament with SPIN
6-8 pm
The Oval's “PLAY” block, located in front of Von Colln Park on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Every Friday night from 6–8 pm, you can participate in a ping-pong tournament with SPIN (the tournament winner will receive a grand prize and participate in SPIN’s final match at LOVE Park in September). Read More
Chestnut Hill Movies Under the Stars: 'Wonder Park'
7 pm
The Water Tower Recreation Center Field, 209 E. Hartwell Lane
Bring your family, friends, blankets, and lawn chairs to see 'Wonder Park' projected from a 28-foot screen. Food trucks at 7 pm; movie at 8 pm. Read More
Family Outdoor Movie Night: 'Peter Rabbit'
7-10 pm
Bartram's Garden, 5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Movie starts at 8 pm. Meet on the Ginkgo Lawn after sundown for a free screening of 'Peter Rabbit' with free refreshments (or pack your own picnic). An all-ages bike fleet will be available one hour prior to the screening to explore the Bartram’s Mile ... Read More
Storytelling Campfire
7:30 pm
Pennypack Environmental Center, 8600 Verree Rd.
Enjoy an evening of stories around the campfire, located behind the Environmental Center. Campfires are followed by marshmallow toasting! Read More
Shooting Stars and S’mores
8-10 pm
Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, 8480 Hagy’s Mill Road
Explore the night sky during the summer’s most spectacular meteor shower, the Perseids. Use a telescope to see the moon and stars up close, locate constellations using star maps, and enjoy s’mores by the campfire. Pre-register online. Program is rain or shine; in case of ... Read More
The Ghostly Circus: Tides of the Climates
8-11 pm
Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Ave.
For the sixth year, The Ghostly Circus will enliven the grounds of historic Laurel Hill Cemetery with a delightful evening of site-specific fire and aerial theater performance. Tickets available online. BYO blankets and/or chairs. Read More
Pictures in the Park: 'Creed II'
8:30-10:30 pm
Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th St.
This event is free for all ages, and there's free popcorn while it lasts. Come early for movie trivia, and be sure to bring your own blanket. Also, earlier in the day, you can meet Rocky himself in the park at noon! Read More

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