Outside Events for Parents & Families
FREE Tickets for Stories and Songs performance at the Philadelphia International Childrens Festival
, -Annenberg Center - 3680 Walnut Street Registration start: Monday, May 02, 2016
Tell me a story! For centuries, many cultures used stories to pass down beliefs, myths, history and values to generations. Master storyteller and host of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s preschool concert series, Charlotte Blake Alston captivates audiences with stories and songs from the African and African American oral traditions.
Recommended for all ages
Tickets are FREE and are limited to Family Center members ONLY.
- They must be picked up in person at the Family Center.
- Due to limited availability tickets are only available to Family Center members and their children
Ticket sales start on Monday May 2nd!
Growing Minds, Morris Arboretum
Morris Arboretum introduces Growing Minds, new programming specifically geared to younger visitors and their families. Growing Minds offers events like with Seeds to Sprouts, Stroller Stride, Story Time Nature Yoga. Visit the Morris Arboretum for the full schedule and registration information. http://www.business-services.upenn.edu/arboretum/events_GrowingMinds.shtml
**Morris Arboretum is free with a Penn card!
Family and Kids Programs at the Penn Museum
Penn Museum Family Programming
Families can create fun memories in the Penn Museum’s international galleries with a lineup of engaging programs geared toward visitors of all ages. Except where noted, programs are free with Museum admission donation ($15 general admission; $12 for seniors [65+]; $10 for full-time students [with ID] and children [6-17]; free for Penn Museum members, children under 6, active U.S. military and PennCard holders.
For the most updated information on family programs offered at the Penn Museum, and for online pre-registration (required for some programs) visit the Museum’s website:www.penn.museum/calendar.
FUN FOR ALL AGES
World Culture Series and Family Saturdays bring the Museum collections to life, immersing visitors of all ages in music, dance, culinary arts, crafts, and cultural traditions from around the world. For more information, call 215.898.2680.
Family Friendly events at the Kimmel Center
If you are interested in exploring Philly and doing more outside of the Penn area then you should check out the Kimmel Center. All year long they throw a series of events and many happened to be Family Friendly. Grab your children and go check them out. http://www.kimmelcenter.org/events/?org=355
Swim Lessons at Pottruck
Pottruck Gym, 3701 Walnut St
Parent and Child (6mon-4yrs)
Children Level 1-4
Adult Beginner and Intermediate