Do-Gooder Spotlight: Art Partners Studio

The Do-Gooder Spotlight is GroundSwell's semimonthly blog post spreading the word about individuals and organizations working to better their communities.

Today we are giving a shout-out to our friends at Art Partners Studio!

 

Free Admission Day at the American Swedish Historical Museum

Celebrate Swedish National Day on Friday, June 6th with the American Swedish Historical Museum.

Community Forum Provides Interactive Storytelling Experience

Join the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) on May 29th for their second community forum.

Save the Date for the 8th Annual Lancaster Avenue Jazz & Arts Festival

People's Emergency Center (PEC) is hosting this family-friendly, free event on Saturday, July 19th - you do not want to miss this!

30th Annual Celebration of Black Writing

Art Sanctuary's month-long celebration of Black writing continues this weekend with an ongoing photography exhibition and free literary workshop!

Another First for the Philadelphia Zoo!

America's first zoo is proud to bring America - and the world - another first! A new animal exploration trail experience, Zoo360, is "a campus-wide network of see-through mesh trails." Zoo360 allows opportunities for animals to roam around (and above!) Zoo grounds. The Zoo aspires to excellence in animal care and also hopes Zoo360 will help inspire guests to become more active in conservation.

Destination Frankford Gallery Now Open!

The pop-up contemporary art gallery just off the Margaret-Orthodox El stop is open through the end of July.

How Have Philly Parks Helped You "Find Your Path?"

Philadelphia Parks & Recreation wants to know how the city's parks and recreational spaces have positively impacted the lives of Philadelphians. Share your story of how Parks & Rec helped you "Find Your Path."

What Do You Want to See at Your Local Parks?

Help the Parks Alliance learn about Park & Open Space Programming!

Today is Library Advocacy Day!

This morning, the Friends of the Free Library and their supporters gathered at City Hall to advocate for the Free Library of Philadelphia.

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