2021 Philadelphia Easter Guide

2021-03-24T08:37:44-04:00March 14th, 2021|

Easter is just around the corner! Celebrate the holiday with a skate party with the Easter bunny, a trip to Sesame Place, or aboard a Philadelphia ship. Here is your guide to Easter in the City of Brotherly Love! Please note that we are doing our best to update all articles to reflect cancellations due [...]

Celebrating Black History Month in 2021

2021-02-04T21:54:22-05:00February 4th, 2021|

February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and recognizing their role in U.S. history. There are a number of ways both in person and virtual to honor Black History Month in Philadelphia and the nearby area, so we've put a list together of some of the highlights: Visit an [...]

15+ Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2021 in the City of Brotherly Love

2021-01-27T17:11:32-05:00January 27th, 2021|

COVID continues to impact holiday get-togethers which means Valentine’s Day will be celebrated a little differently this year. With events, restaurants and other venues operating under limited capacity, reservations are a must for just about everything. Many restaurants are still open, but operating in a limited capacity to comply with state rules, so reservations are [...]

Living with Littles: Fun Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Kids

2021-01-26T13:23:31-05:00January 26th, 2021|

Valentine's Day isn't a holiday that's limited to just couples. It's a day to celebrate everyone you love! Here are some kid-friendly ways to celebrate the holiday of love in 2021: Attend a Local Event As you'd expect, there aren't nearly as many in-person events as there have been in the past, but here's what [...]

Enchanted in Northern Liberties: Two Small Businesses Work Together to Help Each Other During Pandemic

2020-11-23T15:16:16-05:00November 23rd, 2020|

Do you have a little one that loves Elsa? This event is for your family! Plus, you'll be donating to a good cause. We previously shared how Germantown Garden Grill is offering private "igloos" in an effort to creatively and comfortably extend their outdoor dining season. Beautifully decorated for the holidays, these socially-distanced dining pods [...]

2020 Philadelphia Thanksgiving Guide

2020-11-23T11:36:27-05:00November 9th, 2020|

What are you thankful for this year? We know that that question might be more difficult in 2020 than in past years, but we hope that you'll take time during the holiday season to reflect on the positive parts of your life. Though it may look a bit different this year, Thanksgiving is soon [...]

Christmas Village in Philadelphia Returns in 2020 with Modifications

2020-10-22T11:18:55-04:00October 22nd, 2020|

(Photo taken prior to 2020, provided by Aversa PR.) The holiday season is just around the corner, and you might be wondering what that's going to look like in 2020. Well, the Christmas Village in Philadelphia is one tradition that is committed to providing a safe and fun experience this year! The authentic [...]

2020 Philly Happening Halloween Guide

2020-10-06T16:16:27-04:00October 6th, 2020|

Pumpkins, candy and costumes … oh my! Your family may choose to celebrate Halloween a bit differently this year due to the pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to have fun.  Many local businesses have made every effort to provide festivities that your family can enjoy while still feeling safe. And if [...]

6 Fall Events in Philly This Year

2020-09-22T16:48:16-04:00September 21st, 2020|

Morgan's Pier, photo provided by Aversa PR. While we can't celebrate the season in all the ways we're used to this year, there ARE still ways to have some fall fun in Philly in 2020! With spooky tours, scarecrows, Oktoberfest celebrations and trick or treating amongst the animals, here are just 6 events [...]

Labor Day 2020: A Tribute to the American Worker and Ways to Celebrate the Holiday

2020-08-24T14:40:03-04:00August 24th, 2020|

To many, Labor Day is just another 3-day weekend that we throw on the red, white & blue attire and fire up the grill. It's the unofficial end to summer before the kids return to school. But as often the case, there's more to it than that! Labor Day was first [...]

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