February 07, 2019
Looking for something to do Saturday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 10 in Philly?
Below are our weekend picks, including two fun fitness events, a Black History Month mural tour and party in the park.
Plus, it's time to start making plans for Valentine's Day next week.
There are 18 new dishes on the menu, and you can try some of them for free. Jose Garces' Tinto is offering small tapas to diners for free this Friday through Wednesday.
Leave your pants at home for this fun run on Saturday. There's a pre-run party, a brief jog outside and then more partying.
The annual event raises money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation, which aids individuals with the genetic disorder neurofibromatosis.
If you haven't registered yet, you can sign up day-of at World Cafe Live.
A special trolley tour on Sunday will highlight African-Americans represented in Philly murals, such as Martin Luther King Jr.
The tour guide will discuss each mural, the artists and the mural-making process.
Welcome in the Year of the Pig on Saturday. There will be food trucks, a traditional lion dance, calligraphy lessons and a book bike at the Lunar New Year celebration.
Bring your family and your pets.
BONUS: You can now buy tickets for the Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square, which will return this spring.
All proceeds from this event will benefit Back On My Feet, which helps the homeless. Workouts include barre, yoga, dance, HIIT and more.
Along with class entry, the $7 includes complimentary healthy refreshments and access to a relaxation lounge.