1.) Franklin Square Holiday Festival. From November 12th – December 31, dazzle in the lights of the Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show; warm up with comfort food, authentic German beers, and hot beverages at Ben’s Bites & Brews; and shop for special holiday gifts at the Holiday Market.
2. ) Let Uwishunu plan out your whole weekend including the newly opened Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibit Art of the Zo: Textiles from Myanmar, India, and Bangladesh, where the Philadelphia draws from its own collection as well as loans from Barbara and David Fraser, authors of Mantles of Merit: Chin Textiles from Myanmar, India, and Bangladesh and the Asian American Film Festival. Starting on Thursday, November 12 the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival returns with 10 days of films, panels and events by Asian Americans and/or about the Asian American experience. HERE
3.) New to Philadelphia? Visiting for the weekend? Visit Philadelphia is the perfect go-to for events and logistics to help you understand and navigate the city including exhibits at the Franklin Institute and Philadelphia Museum of Art! HERE
4.) Philly Fun Guide has not only every arts and culture related activity in the city, but often has discounts for them too. This weekend check out Wheel Fun Rental’s Philadelphia Bike Tours and specials on shows in the Asian American Film Festival. HERE
5.) Whether you want to check out Justin Bieber’s tour dates in Philly or learn more about Future’s remix of Bill Conti’s Rocky theme, Philadelphia Magazine has reviews, tour dates, and news. HERE
6.) The City Paper lists events by day, so all you have to decide is when you want to find something fun to do. Whether it is Azuka Theatre Company’s production of “Lights Rise on Grace” at the Adrienne Theater or the exhibit, Strange Currencies: Art & Action in Mexico City, 1990-2000 at Moore College of Art & Design, you’ll be entertained. HERE
7.) Philly.com includes all sorts of great listings including fun for the whole family with the Give & Take Jugglers in Sellersville and Fort Day at the Smith Playground. HEREPhiladelphia