It's been a long time coming but the nice weather has arrived in Philadelphia. (I hope I didn't jinx us all by typing that.) The warmer weather brings blossoming trees and outdoor events. Below are my five picks for the finally-it-feels-like-spring weekend.
The 6th Annual Food Truck Pop Up, part of Dining Out For Life Philadelphia, generously donates 33% of cales for the day to Action Wellness. Brews by Yards Brewery and food from these participating food trucks.
3. Liberty Square Launch Event Saturday, April 14 + Sunday, April 15 from 12 - 5 pm 608 N 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Take a stroll around Northern Liberties, have brunch - Standard Tap, North Third, The Abbaye, Honey's, Cafe La Maude, Green Eggs, Cantina and then walk over to see Liberty Square's newly finished model unit at 608 N. 5th Street. Yours truly will be hosting the open house from 12-2:30 pm. 4. Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia:Sakura Sunday Sunday, April 15 from 10 am - 5 pm Fairmount Park Horticulture Center, 100 N Horticultural Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Celebrate traditional and contemporary Japan under the cherry blossoms in Fairmount Park. Sakura Sunday is an all-day celebration of all things Japanese, from live music, dance, and martial arts performances to fashion shows, arts and crafts, karaoke, and much more.
It's held at Fairmount Park’s Horticulture Center, home to hundreds of blooming cherry trees – including two from 1926. Bring family, friends, pets, and a picnic and enjoy a beautiful day of arts and culture beneath the blossoms!
5. Manayunk StrEAT Food Festival Sunday, April 15 from 11 am - 5 pm Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
More than 50 food trucks and food vendors set up on Main Street in Manayunk for this spring's StrEAT Food Festival. In addition to awesome eats, the event features live entertainment for local musicians and plenty of alfresco shopping.
Author:Brynn Monaghan Phone: 610-715-8634 Dated: April 12th 2018 Views: 154 About Brynn: ...
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Trish Kelly is a Philadelphia native, currently living in Passyunk Square. She has been a Real Estate Agent for 20 years and draws on her vast experience in the field including project management in residential flips, property management from the rental side and over 1,000 properties sold during her career. Trish is a trained electrician and was the 2nd woman to attend the apprenticeship program at IBEW local 98.
Besides her real estate knowledge, Trish is co-founder of Theatre Exile in Philadelphia (www.theatreexile.org) and continues to support the Arts Community by donating 15% of her commissions to Arts Organizations in Philadelphia. She sits on the Board of several Arts Organizations and enjoys attending events in a multitude of disciplines.
Trish has a long background of Customer Service with 15 years of management in the airline industry, 8 years as a Massage Therapist at The Sporting Club at the Bellevue, and 5 years as Managing Director at Theatre Exile. She approaches her Real Estate business with a keen eye to her clients needs and a determination to provide 100% customer satisfaction.