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July 2015   Shopping Happenings Inside
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CouponMcGillin's Olde Ale House threw open its doors the year Lincoln was elected president, making it the oldest Irish pub in Philadelphia! Enjoy their hearty comfort food — sandwich platters, Shepherd's Pie, Mile High Meatloaf & more. All of it paired with 30 beers on tap.
McGillin's Olde Ale House, 1310 Drury Street, 215.735.5562, McGillins.com


New - Rhythms at Rosa Blanca!

Every Thursday evening, enjoy great happy hour specials 5-7pm, from Rosa Blanca Café with a showcase of live and local summer music, 5:30-7:30pm, right on the remodeled PNC Terrace in Dilworth Park. Visit DilworthPark.org for complete schedules and details.

July 8
Twilight Yoga

Historic Philadelphia
Franklin Square
6th and Race Streets

July 10
Choir of Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge
Concerts at the Cathedral Basilica

Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

July 11
Bastille Day Celebration

Eastern State Penitentiary
2027 Fairmount Avenue

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July 14
Pictures in the Park: Vacation (1983)

Dilworth Park
Broad and Market Streets

July 14
Science After Hours

Franklin Institute
222 North 20th Street

July 15-August 23
The Oval Regular Summer Season

26th Street and the Parkway

July 17
Songs You Left Behind

The Kimmel Center
Broad and Spruce Streets

Center City District Sips All Summer Long!

Every Wednesday this summer, 5-7pm, Center City bars and restaurants offer $5 cocktails, $4 wine, $3 beer and half-priced appetizers. For participants and specials, visit CCDSips.com.


Donuts- Delivered!
Beiler's Bakery in the Reading Terminal Market is making their donuts available for delivery through grubHub! You don't have to stand on line any longer to get one (or two, or three …) of those wonderful donuts. You can turn to grubHub, the online and mobile food ordering company. For more information, you can go to grubHub.com/philly/beilers-bakery/. And for those who want to have the in-person experience, Beiler's is open Tuesday-Saturday at the Reading Terminal Market.
Beiler's Bakery, Reading Terminal Market, 12th and Arch Streets, 215.351.0735, FaceBook.com/beilersdonuts

Philadelphia premiere of Beautiful Something
The qFLIX new media film festival kicks off on July 7 at 7:30pm, with a red carpet premiere of Beautiful Something. The film was shot entirely in Philadelphia and directed by local filmmaker/screenwriter Joseph Graham. Beautiful Something will be screened at the Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, supported, in part, by the Wyncote Foundation. Philadelphian industry veteran Kelly Burkhardt serves as executive producer.
qFLIX Kickoff, Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce Streets, qFLIXPhilly.com

Pack your suitcases with the latest stylish steals from Nicole Miller Philadelphia. Their end-of-summer sale is ON beginning July 15, featuring 50-75% off select Atelier & Collection styles. Nicole Miller Philadelphia's stylists will be on hand offering their signature service and tips on this season's hottest fashion trends. Sale runs through July 31.
Nicole Miller Bellevue, 200 South Broad Street, 215.546.5007, MKDandAssociates.com

Sittin' In at the Kimmel
It's a jam session, it's a dance party, it's a live show — and it always features the hottest talent on the scene! Sittin' In is the free, monthly jam session at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Blending edgy horns, choice vinyl, cutting edge MC's and soaring vocalists, each session is unique, led by a stellar lineup of guest hosts and their band of choice. On July 15, 8pm, the show is hosted by Luke O'Reilly, featuring Philly Voices Plus: Emcee Ciarra and The IllVibe Collective.
Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce Streets, 215.893.1999, KimmelCenter.org

Arden Theatre Kids' Comedy Camp
Is your kid hilarious? From August 17-21, campers will get a crash course in sketch comedy and improv, and take their sense of humor to the next level! First graders through fifth graders will spend every day performing short form improv scenes as well as learning how to create ensemble sketches. At the end of the week, campers will present a showcase of their work. Arden Theatre’s kids camps are located at the Hamilton Family Arts Center, 62 North 2nd Street. For more information about tuition and hours, you can go to ArdenTheatre.org.
Arden Theatre, 40 North 2nd Street, 215.922.8900, ArdenTheatre.org

Brought to you by the Center City District
and Central Philadelphia Development Corporation
Public Ledger Building
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