Friends & Neighbors,
Have you been anxiously awaiting the opportunity to get into Carpenter Green Park and check it out? Now is your chance! Bring your neighbors, friends, kids, family, dog, barista, bartender, whoever to our backyard BBQ
on June 18th! We'll be serving up burgers, hotdogs (including veggie) and beer to celebrate summertime and the end of the school year. Check out the soon-to-be park, grab a bite and get in on some lawn games. We'll have the sprinkler going for the kiddies as well as bocce, badminton, corn hole and more. Make a day of it and bring a picnic blanket for some quality lounge time. Donations for beverages are greatly appreciated, and all proceeds will go towards Phase 2 and the completion of the park. For more information and to learn how you can help, check out our Giving Grid
We have a lot of exciting neighborhood events coming up in the month of June, including everyone's favorite game- quizzo! We'll be at Founding Father's Sports Bar on June 7th for a SWCC themed game of quizzo
, hosted by our Board Chair, the always entertaining Lauren Vidas! Join the fun at 6pm sharp to play. Founding Fathers will be running $1 off specials on select drafts and prizes will be awarded to winning teams!
For info on all of the upcoming neighborhood concerts, events, meetings and updates please see below:
On May 31st, the Schuylkill Avenue CHOP expansion project will begin construction on the garage entrance off of the South Street Bridge. The southern sidewalk will temporarily be closed and all pedestrians should use the northern sidewalk to cross the bridge. Chop will maintain one traffic lane and one bike lane in either direction for the duration of the construction. If you have any questions about the Schuylkill Avenue project, please feel free to email the CHOP team at SchuylkillAvenueProject@email.chop.edu
or call 267-425-9797.
The PHS Pop Up Garden is back! Join us on June 1st at 5:30PM to celebrate the grand reopening!
Head over to the Triangles Plaza on Thursday, June 2nd for the next installment of the Summer Music Series. We'll have Chipocrite
playing from 6-8PM, and we bet you haven't heard anything like his music before! Chipocrite, a.k.a. Paul Weinstein, uses original Nintendo Game Boys, often accompanied by bass, guitar and/or other lo-fi sequencers, to create complex audio masterpieces. His multifaceted but catchy compositions combine the nostalgic game sounds of his childhood with modern music influences.
What former resident of the 1500 block of Christian Street is famous for his architectural designs of Duke University, the Free Library of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Art Museum? If you think you know the answer, join us for a Philly-themed, SWCC inspired night of Quizzo! We're pitting neighbor against neighbor in a no holds barred evening of local trivia, with the top three teams taking home prizes. Tuesday, June 7th from 6-8PM at Founding Fathers (1612 South Street).
Join us on Wednesday, June 8th at 7pm for the monthly SOSNA General Meeting. We'll have updates from the folks behind Open Streets PHL
and City of Philadelphia staffers will be on hand to talk about the relocation of the Indego Bike Share station by Chester Arthur Elementary. Click here for the agenda.
Join us on June 8th from 6-8PM for the Summer 2016 Music Series at Julian Abele Park! Fun for the whole family! Bring a blanket, cooler, chairs and enjoy the free entertainment. A great way to enjoy summer nights in the city while hanging with your neighbors. For more info and future events, click here
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