High Point Sunday Market
Oct. 16, 23
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Allen’s Lane Train Station 7210
High Point Sunday Market celebrates urban farmers and local crafters each Sunday through Oct. 23. The market is located right outside of High Point Café at the Historic Allens Lane Train Station on SEPTA’s R8 Chestnut Hill West Line in Mt. Airy. Admission into the street fair is free and concerts,
Fangs: A Spooky Creature Feature
Wagner Free Institute of Science 1700
W. Montgomery Ave.
Are fangs creepy or cool? Attendees to a presentation featured at the Wagner Free Institute of Science will be asked just that as they are shown live animals from the Elmwood Park Zoo. At this time of year when bats, werewolves and vampires seem to be everywhere, the Wagner institute will host an open house to learn about the power and purpose of fangs. People will have the opportunity–if they dare–to examine the fangs of live animals including alligators, tarantulas, bats and snakes. After examining long-toothed friends, guests will have the opportunity to explore the Wagner Institute’s collection to find more fanged creatures. Children are welcome to participate in hands-on activities with natural history specimens and Halloween craft making to take home for holiday decorations.
2011 Bike Part Art Show
Oct. 12-Oct. 22
Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
$5 for adults $2 for students Philadel
phia’s Magic Gardens 1020-1022 South
Surrounded by the multitude of bicycle wheels that punctuate Isaiah Zagar’s glistening mosaics, the annual Bike Part Art Show will be held at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens. The show benefits Neighborhood Bike Works and features distinctive artwork created from wheels, gears and other bicycle parts. Both the Neighborhood Bike Works and Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens embody the unique spirit of Philadelphia.
Rebecca Zoll can be reached at email@example.com.
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