Pick 3 Weekend Events August 19-21

Attachment-1 (2)Has August been hot enough for you or what?  Whether you are absolutely done with the heat and must stay indoors or you are up to brave the weather in hopes of gaining some cultural education and fun, we’ve got you covered this weekend.  From a fun murderous show to traveling around the world, without having to leave your hometown, this weekend has it all.  Enjoy, stay hydrated, and keep cool.  It will be snowing before we know it!

Turnpike: Dinner and a Show 
Sunday August 21 and Monday August 22 6pm – Trolley Car Cafe – 3269 S. Ferry Road

turnpikeTURNPIKE by Kathy Anderson and Bill Felty is set in 1972.  A diner in a remote travel plaza. A psychic teenage boy. A massive fog. While locals and travelers are trapped there, secrets from the past lead to murder. The others try to figure out WHOdunit as well as WHYdunit. Because one of them could be next. At times both funny and frightening, The play is suitable for ages 13 and up.  Tickets are only $35 for a three-course buffet dinner AND the show!  For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

 Festival of India
Saturday, August 20th 1pm-7pm – Penn’s Landing 

In honor of India’s Independence Day, which takes place each year on August 15th, the Council of Indian Organizations of Greater Philadelphia will host the 21st annual Festival of India.  Head to Penn’s Landing to enjoy this FREE event which will feature Indian music, art, dance, and food.

Caribbean Festival 
Sunday, August 21st 12pm-8pm – Penn’s Landing 

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Photo Credit: PhillyCaribbeanculture.com

Who wouldn’t want to head to the Caribbean and enjoy the white sands, clear waters, and amazing culture this amazing region has to offer? Don’t have the time or money for a trip right now? Well that is ok because this weekend the 30th annual Caribbean Festival is going to be hopping on Penn’s Landing. The Deleware isn’t exactly clear waters but after taking place in all the music, art, culture, and food the Caribbean has to offer you’ll think it does! The festival benefits college students of Carribean descent. For more information visit the festival’s website.

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