The Lightning House, a drumming, woodworking, and art hub, is open at Awbury Arboretum through the S(tree)twork project. In partnership with Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Philly Tree Plan, it merges art, culture, tree education, and city-wide planting.
Cliveden House partners with the Souls Shot Portrait Project to address gun violence through art. Together, they aim to humanize victims, spark change, and promote action against this pressing issue.
Rock to the Future’s MusiCore program is making a profound impact on Philadelphia’s youth by providing free music education and fostering a strong sense of community. Run as part of the city’s Out-of-School Time initiative, the program not only develops musical talents but also promotes social-emotional learning, collaboration, and conflict resolution.
September 19 is National Voter Registration Day in the US. Stay informed and register to vote before the November general election with the Germantown Info Hub’s guide.
Artists and Germantown residents Heather Bowlan and Melinda Rice feature their new collaborative work at this year’s Fringe Festival.
For the second year in a row, the community of Mt. Airy will host their PorchFest, an event that utilizes resident porches as mini-concerts.
To rally the community and set the tone for the next mayor, Jamal Johnson and Philly Truce have organized a 77-night campaign to embrace the streets of Philadelphia leading into Election Day.
After eight years of primarily serving Germantown, the Jumpstart Philly program will expand its lending services citywide, thanks to $7 million in funding.
After eight successful years in East Kensington, the former Franny Lou’s Porch owner wants to expand her coffee shop legacy, bringing a new cafe to Germantown.
Get ready for school in Germantown by attending community back-to-school events in August and onward for free school supplies.
Philly Truce’s Safe City Boys program trains young men in conflict resolution to serve as role models in Philly public schools and their respective neighborhoods. Philly Truce co-founders Mazzie Casher and Steven Pickens bring the program to Germantown this week.