June 14, 2018
On Saturday, June 16, spend the day outdoors with friends or family.
There's so much going on in the city, from an all-day dance party in Northern Liberties to the annual celebration of a literary legend in Rittenhouse.
Best part? Most of these things are totally free to attend.
Sit back and enjoy a reading of the epic "Ulysses" – a novel that was once banned in the United States.
Chairs will be set up in front of the Rosenbach Museum & Library all day on Saturday for the free celebration, and there will food trucks and a Bloomsday beer garden.
Bring the whole family to Clark Park in West Philadelphia on Saturday. There will be local bands, food trucks, pop-up art displays and local craft vendors. Plus, free face painting for kids.
Don't forget that Father's Day is Sunday. Do you have a gift yet?
If not, head over to Dilworth Park on Saturday afternoon. You'll be able to shop more than 30 vendors at the first-ever Fine Art & Craft Fair.
Find everything from wood sunglasses to word art prints depicting Philly sports scenes.
Don't head to Crane Arts on Saturday to shop Art for the Cash Poor. The art sale is being held at a different location this year. It's also got more of a block party-vibe.
FringeA-Thon is back Saturday!
Dance for as long or as little as you want; you'll be supporting FringeArts whether you dance for 12 minutes or 12 hours.