Community Calendar

March 22

Rising Voices 2 Opening Reception – from 5-8 p.m. at Studio Incamminati on the 7th floor of the Bok Building, 1901 S. 9th St., over 40 realist paintings by some of the nation’s most promising women artists.

The exhibition features the finalists for the 2021 Bennett Prize, a major national competition for women realist painters, and a solo exhibition of the work of Aneka Ingold, winner of the 2019 Bennett Prize.

One of the nation’s top ateliers for contemporary realist painting, the faculty of Studio Incamminati teach the skills that unlock figurative realist art’s capacity to tell stories and to address the human condition in all its complexity.

This free exhibition presents a special opportunity for the young women of Philadelphia to take inspiration from a cast of talented female role models. The exhibition will be on view at Studio Incamminati through May 14.

March 23

SOSNA General Meeting – From 6-8 p.m. at the SOSNA Office, 1901 Washington Ave. (entrance on metal stairs on 19th Street), hear updates from SOSNA, ongoing initiatives, ways to get involved and resources from a variety of outside speakers. RSVP at

March 24

Black Founders Women’s History Night with Dr. Kerri Greenidge – From 5:15-8 p.m. at the Museum of the American Revolution, join Dr. Kerri K. Greenidge, author of The Grimkes: The Legacy of Slavery in an American Family and assistant professor at Tufts University, onsite or online for an evening discussion hosted by Museum Director of Education and Community Engagement Adrienne G. Whaley. Celebrating women’s history and discoveries in genealogical research with a focus on abolitionism, suffrage and education, learn how women in the three generations of the Forten, Grimke and Douglass families connect the Revolutionary era to present day. Tickets to this event are pay-as-you-wish and include a hands-on stitching activity inspired by the “Anti-Slavery Alphabet,” food and drink specials in Cross Keys Café and access to the Museum’s new Black Founders: The Forten Family of Philadelphia special exhibition. For tickets, visit

March 25

Latchkey Presents: A Makers Pop-Up Shop – An extensive showcase of local artisans and vendors held in-store and al fresco, on Saturday, March 25, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Latchkey 1502 E. Passyunk Ave. The independently owned vinyl record and retail store features hand-crafted, locally sourced wares, goods, including VHS, art, textiles and vintage clothing. Those attending Latchkey’s inaugural A Makers Pop-Up Shop can mingle and purchase items from numerous vendors and artisans, in addition to Latchkey’s collection of expertly curated records, collectibles, candles, jewelry, games and other ‘80s and ‘90s-themed memorabilia.

March 26

Easter Family Day at ASHM – From 2-4 p.m. at the American Swedish Historical Museum at 1500 Pattison Ave., introduce your little ones to Swedish Easter traditions. Children can make Swedish Easter crafts, dress up as Easter witches, enjoy face painting and participate in an egg hunt. Free for members and children 2 years and under, $10 for non-members. Pay at the door.

April 1

Spring Cleanup – from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Stephen Girard Park, meet at the farmhouse by the welcome table. Community service letters to all who need hours. Weed and refresh the Entrance Gardens, bag leaves, gather branches, plant bulbs, pick up trash and lots more. Refreshments will be on hand for extra energy.

April 1

Easter in the Park – From 1-3 p.m. at Stephen Girard Park, hosted by the Girard Estate Neighbors Association, an Easter egg hunt, music and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

April 15

Summit on Philly’s Refinery Redevelopment – From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Audenried High School, 3301 Tasker St., a citywide summit on Philly’s refinery redevelopment, featuring more than a dozen interactive workshops, panels and community visioning sessions. Learn about the many issues this historic redevelopment touches — from the cleanup of the refinery land, flood-prevention plans and risks of warehousing to winning jobs for longtime residents and possibilities for community reinvestment. Connect with neighbors and dialogue about how the former PES oil refinery land should be put to new use. Register for free tickets at

April 22

Sandy Sprint Philadelphia 5K Run/Walk – at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the event will include the 5K Run/Walk, a Survivor Ceremony and live performances. All participants must pre-register. Registration fees are $40 for adults and $30 for children under 12. The Sandy Sprint supports women currently battling ovarian cancer, honors those who are survivors and raises funds to prevent future diagnoses.

April 28

Rita Rudner at Live! – Comedian, actor and best-selling author Rita Rudner is making her debut at the Event Center at Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia. Show time is at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $35 and are available for purchase now at or Live! Rewards members will receive $10 in free slot play for each order. Rudner is known for her hilarious and epigrammatic one-liners. She’s won Las Vegas’ Comedian of the Year nine years in a row and received the Casino Entertainment Legend Award in October 2017.

April 30

SPHS Class of ‘63 Reunion – The South Philadelphia High School Class of 1963 (January-June) will hold its 60th reunion from 1-4 p.m. at Adelphia Restaurant, 1750 Clements Bridge Road, Deptford, New Jersey. Tickets are $60 and include a buffet luncheon with a cash bar. For tickets and more information, contact Mike Melograna (856-424-6587) or Paul Berger ( or mail your check to SPHS Class of 1963, P.O. Box 37386, Phila., PA 19148. Please purchase tickets by April 7.

May 19

Waterparks in concert – At the TLA, pop/rock three-piece Waterparks is back out on the road in 2023 for its much-anticipated “PROPERTY TOUR.” Tickets on sale at

May 20

Plazapalooza – From noon to 6 p.m. at the intersection of 23rd and South streets, Plazapalooza is SOSNA’s annual family-friendly spring festival at the Triangles. Face painting, kiddie trains, live music, food trucks and more. Interested sponsors should email

August 12

3ICE North American Tour – At 1 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center, the exhilarating, fast-paced, family-affordable, three-on-three professional North American ice hockey league makes a stop in South Philly. Each stop on the tour features four of the eight league teams, comprised of professional ice hockey players competing in three-on-three format for two eight-minute periods with a running clock. The single-elimination format includes two first-round games, a consolation match and a title game, for a total of four games each night. Individual tickets will go on sale on March 24 at 10 a.m. at