Sunday Mar 18 @ 8:00 AM
2018 Caesar Rodney Half Marathon & 5K
American Lung Association in Delaware – The American Lung Association in Delaware is holding the 55th Caesar Rodney Half Marathon and 5K, an annual running tradition with nearly 1,200 runners from all across the country. Register here: www.crhalf.com
Sunday Mar 18 @ 8:00 AM
Beginner Yoga Series
Laughing Buddha Hot Yoga – This class is an excellent introduction to the hot yoga experience. This 8-week series teaches new students the fundamentals of yoga and provides a safe and engaging learning environment. Held in a gently heated room, you will discover basic breathing techniques and physical alignments to the most common postures. It is a perfect class for beginners, those returning to yoga after a long absence and those experiencing physical ailments. In addition, intermediate and advanced yogis can benefit from the alignment cues and slower-paced attention to detail that is often overlooked in faster flowing classes. Beginners Series Curriculum: Week 1: Breath, Movement, Sun Salutations Week 2: "The Flow" Introduction to Chaturunga Week 3: Sun Salutations A Week 4: Warrior Series Week 5: Balancing and Seated Poses Week 6: Backbends Week 7: Integration Practice Week 8: Integration Practice Investment: 8 classes for $100 or $20 drop In *This series will meet for 8 weeks excluding Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018 and Sunday, May 6 due to pyro pilates Teacher Training* REFUND POLICY: No refunds will be given once the series commences. The series will sell out and we have to turn away some people due to limited space so please show up on your mat If you sign up! Thank you for understanding.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 9:00 AM
Bird Walk with Debbie Beer
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum – Take an educational walk with one of our knowledgeable volunteers! Discover the 300+ species of birds that use the Refuge during their migration routes - each week guarantee different species! Walk will meet by visitor center and be at a relaxed paced on flat surfaces. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress in layers. Binoculars can be loaned from the front desk before the walk. No registration required.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 9:15 AM
EGGstravaganza: Breakfast & Egg Hunt
Delaware Museum of Natural History – Registration is now open for the 9:15a.m. breakfast (with a 9:45a.m. egg hunt) Enjoy a morning at the Museum and we’ll fix a pancake breakfast for the whole family! After a wonderful meal, watch your children delight as they hunt for treat-filled eggs in our egg hunt through our gardens. Please dress accordingly for an outdoor egg hunt; it will be moved inside for rain. $7/Members, $14/Non-Members Extra $2 for vegan option per person (e-mail email@example.com if interested) Pre-registration is required. Registrations are not refundable or exchangeable.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
30th Founder's Day Celebration
Redeeming Grace Worldwide Youth Ministry – Join us to Celebrate our very own Apostle Marian L. Rudd for her ministry's 30th anniversary!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Eastern Delaware County Children's Martial Arts Tournament
The Upper Darby-Lansdowne Rotary Club – We are adding our popular Fall Fundraising Event to our Spring Fundraising calendar and we are so excited! Save the date - Sunday, March 18th - starts promptly at 10:00am! Only $10 and a whole lot of fun for everyone in the family. Proceeds to benefit the Rotary Club of Upper Darby - Lansdowne in providing services to our community. See you there! **Sponsorship opportunities available**
Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Yoga & Wellness For The Pups
Pennsylvania SPCA – Join us on march 18th for a Yoga & Wellness event that is not only good for you, but also helps dogs in need! Franklin & Whitman is teaming up with the amazing Blair Flynn and Caroline Ginolfi and throwing an event at our HQ in Philadelphia! What's even better? Proceeds will be donated to the Pennsylvania SPCA! What’s Included? - A yoga session with the incredible Blair Flynn (@balancewithb)! - "Plant Powered Wellness" chat with Caroline Ginolfi (@plantbasedblonde) featuring ways you can enhance your health and wellness through the power of plants. - A Swag Bag featuring products from brands you know and love including Franklin & Whitman, GoMacro, LiveLove Pop, Teaonic, Crazy Richards, and more! - A delicious plant-based lunch. - Snacks provided by Siete Foods! - Refreshments provided by Zevia and Inspired Brews! - One lucky winner will go home with a Healthy Human Life gift set! Oh yeah...did we mention there will be RESCUE DOGS there?!?!?!?!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Mini Meet & Greet - Riverfront Pets
Delaware Humane Association – **IF DOGS ARE AVAILABLE, WE WILL ATTEND!** DHA will have a few adoptable dogs hanging out at Riverfront Pets on Justison Street by the Riverfront in Wilmington, DE! Stop by to meet and greet with some of our adorable, adoptable pets... who knows, you might just make a friend for life! All DHA animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, given age-appropriate vaccinations, and examined by a veterinarian. Dogs 6 months of age and older are tested for heartworm, and all cats are tested for FIV/FeLV. We will be accepting applications for the dogs, and will follow up with you to schedule the adoption at our facility. More information about our adoption process is available on our website at delawarehumane.org/adoption-overview. If you cannot join us at Riverfront Pets, you can always view our adoptable dogs at delawarehumane.org/available-dogs or adoptable cats at delawarehumane.org/available-cats. You are also welcome to come in for a visit!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Mini Meet & Greet - Pet Valu Glen Mills
Delaware Humane Association – ** IF DOGS ARE AVAILABLE, WE WILL ATTEND! Please check here for any updates!! ** DHA will be have a few adoptable dogs hanging out at Pet Valu in Glen Eagle Square, Glen Mills, PA! Stop by to meet and greet with some of our adorable, adoptable pets... who knows, you might just make a friend for life! All DHA animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, given age-appropriate vaccinations, and examined by a veterinarian. Dogs 6 months of age and older are tested for heartworm, and all cats are tested for FIV/FeLV. We will be accepting applications for the dogs, and will follow up with you to schedule the adoption at our facility. More information about our adoption process is available on our website at delawarehumane.org/adoption-overview. If you cannot join us at Pet Valu, you can always view our adoptable dogs at delawarehumane.org/available-dogs or adoptable cats at delawarehumane.org/available-cats. You are also welcome to come in for a visit!
Sunday Mar 18 - Apr 15 @ 12:30 PM
Be The Temple: Bellydance Ecstatic Awakening
Healing Arts Collective – Join us on March 18th and/or April 15th from 12:30 - 2:30pm for an enlivening journey in Be The Temple, a bellydance workshop for women with no-to-pro dance experience. Be The Temple is emotional deep, juicy, enlivening, and spiritually nurturing - both an introduction to the transformational, ecstatic healing power of Sensual Embodied Awakening Bellydance, and a delicious recharge to shine ever more brightly in the world. We will start with some gentle guided movement and a relaxed inquiry into the deep well of wisdom that lives and breathes as the body Temple. With sensitive guidance and inspired narrative, bellydance teacher and embodied awakening guide Tara Harper will invite us through mystical doorways that we will hold open with our intention for the imaginal realms to appear. The intention is to be available for the Mystery beyond the veils of illusion to dance us awake. We will explore the simple Sacred Shapes of bellydance in order to raise our vibrational intelligence to release habits of body, mind and emotion, and to rejuvenate in the currents of bliss. The Sacred Shapes of Bellydance awaken different aspects of the universal energies and are similar to energy cultivation practices such as chi gung, tai chi or yoga. This work is sacred, so please think about how you can arrive in a way that will honor your own sense of divinity. Come comfortable, fresh, fre,e and in a spirit of welcoming the highest potentials for yourself, for each other, and for the greater worlds. Learn more @ www.tarastardancer.com/sensual-awakening-bellydance-philadelphia/ Our intention is for this movement to be a monthly practice, and we invite up to 15 ladies to explore with us, each time! * WHEN * Sunday, March 18th, 12:30 - 2:30pm Sunday, April 15th, 12:30 - 2:30pm * TICKETS * $20 in advance, online only. Tickets are available until 9:30AM on the day of, or until all tickets are sold. Find yours @ bit.ly/bethetemple
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
How Do We Know? An Afternoon of Learning and Fun
Penn Museum – How do we know what we know? Penn Museum asks that deceptively simple question—and invites guests of all ages to explore answers via hands-on science and archaeology activities, short gallery talks by curators, a scavenger hunt, and more. This free program (the Museum is free all day!) is the kickoff event to the five-day multi-disciplinary University of Pennsylvania Teach-In on the Production, Dissemination, and Use of Knowledge, organized by Penn's Faculty Senate. Admission is free. See the schedule and full range of activities for the event: http://bit.ly/2oWuN3a The first university-wide program of this type in half a century, the Teach-In—open to students, faculty and the community—comes at a time when journalism is being battered over claims of "fake news," academics are increasingly under fire for "biased" research, and social media disrupters make it hard to know where information comes from and what to believe. The Teach-In runs from Sunday, March 18 through Thursday, March 22. A full schedule of events is online: www.upenn.edu/teachin.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Summer Camp Tour
Appel Farm Arts & Music Center – Looking for the perfect overnight camp experience for your kiddos? Join us for a tour of Appel Farm Arts Camp! Together, we'll explore all the exciting elements our acclaimed arts program offers, complete with a tour of our facility. While on the tour, you'll have the opportunity to visit our art studios, bunks, dining hall, sports areas, theater, outdoor performance spaces, and more! Along the way, you'll also have the chance to see the beautiful murals and sculptures that our campers and staff have created over the years. Ask questions, get answers, and learn why Appel Farm is the right fit for your child! We are excited to start getting to know your camper better as we prepare for a fun summer ahead! Call (800) 394-8478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. If you are calling after 5:00 pm on Friday, March 16th, feel free to leave a message and join us for the tour Sunday. If you can not make one of our onsite tours, ask us about scheduling an in home visit or hosting a new house party event!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Cabaret the Musical at The Playhouse on Rodney Square
Cabaret the Musical –
Sunday Mar 18 @ 3:00 PM
Rebels vs. New Jersey Titans
Philadelphia Rebels Hockey – The Rebels take on the New Jersey Titans in a make up game from October 8.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 6:00 PM
Yoga Nidra $10 Drop In
Tulaa Yoga – Yoga Nidra means yogic sleep. It is a state of conscious deep sleep. On the most basic level, yoga nidra relaxes, rejuvenates and renews the physical body. It also empowers you to eliminate unconscious obstructions and energetic blocks that prevent you from living your life to the fullest. Through regular practice, yoga nidra enables you to effortlessly realize your intentions and achieve an integrated state in which your body moves towards self-healing. Nicole will take you through a beautifully guided yoga nidra for sleep meditation, instilling a sense of internal peace and leaving you feeling incredibly relaxed, present and rejuvenated.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
TLA – This is an All Ages event Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 8 Dec 2017 at 12:00 PM Live Nation Presale : Thu, 7 Dec 2017 at 10:00 AM Live Nation Mobile App Presale : Thu, 7 Dec 2017 at 10:00 AM
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Just Beano Live at Coda
Coda – Just Beano Live Ages: 18+ Coda Newsletter - http://bit.ly/CodaSignUp Upcoming Events - http://bit.ly/CodaEvents Coda 1712 Walnut Street, Philadelphia Phone: (267) 639-4630 www.codaphilly.com
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Improv Comedy: Long Story Short
Philly Improv Theater – LONG STORY SHORT: IMPROV INSPIRED BY TRUE LIFE The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And laughs. Also laughs. Join us at PHIT Comedy every Sunday at 7pm to watch a group of improvisers weave hilarious comedy scenes from true stories told by guests from all walks of life. The show is pay what you can, so there's no excuse to stay home! December 3rd features Marion Leary, recently named 2017's "Geek of Year", supported by Darryl Charles, Sarah Clemency, Keane Cobb, Angelina Meehan, Max Sittenfield, Hunter Steffes, and Randie Welles. Come see, "Long Story Short" every Sunday, 7pm @ PHIT. True stories, truly funny. Get tickets here! https://phitcomedy.ticketleap.com/long-story-short-mar-2018/dates/Mar-18-2018_at_0700PM
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:30 PM
Shabazz Palaces / King Britt at Boot & Saddle
Boot & Saddle – Newsletter Sign Up URL: http://ticketf.ly/1nZHwj8 Facebook Events Feed: http://on.fb.me/1PO9Ob2 Shabazz Palaces …THE FOLLOWING IS A TRANSMISSION FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMURDERCA ALREADY IN PROGRESS… …POST LANGUAGE. WE TALK WITH GUNS. GUNS KEEP US SAFE. WE DONT IMAGINE PAST THE IMAGE. PLEASE. YOU KNOW US. WE KILLED LOVE WE KILLED MONEY WE KILLED PRINCE WE KILLED SHAME WE KILLED HOPE WE KILLED SEX WE KILLED PRIDE WE KILLED STYLE WE KILLED IMAGINATION WE KILLED FRESH WE KILLED THE GAME WE KILLED AIR WE KILLED DOPE WE KILLED DEATH ————————————TRANSMISSION INTERRUPTED———————————— Quazarz came to the Earth from somewhere else, a musical ambassador from his place to ours. Somehow, through fire or through fury, the Palaceer of Shabazz Palaces caught wind of the tale, and it is through his prism that we hear the story. The beach was there, and Atlaantiis, and chemical alterations and cell memories and Andre Norton, Richard K. Morgan, and always Octavia Butler. There were killings and there were votes, and brutality in both. There was sound and there were other worlds, and there was a vastness so participation sometimes came only at the edges. And the Palaceer coasted down with the alien notion, like Quazarz, and so became. On Quazarz when they look at this place here they see the inhabitants, the humans, but they don’t assess as we do. And so when Quazarz was sent he was sent to meet a cat with vibration, a creative and courageous, caring, compassionate dude that stood out. The dude was a drug dealer, but that was neither here nor there, until his dealings squashed the rendezvous, leaving our alien alone to figure out what this place is really all about. Coming from, as we all used to, a simpler less complicated more essential innocent place, the hero could not make heads nor tails of most advancements. From an aerial view, he saw that a good percentage of earthly vibrations were on very small squares and it became his belief that this world was very disposable and the spans short. His opinion was not of anything good nor bad but simply the truth. The machines—he noted—though at the behest of their master’s voice, are scorned, and jealous as all hell. And so the tale is told while surfing on the board of Shabazz Palaces, with its sturdy sort of base angled for takeoff on a new trajectory. There is new blood and space and room to be different and have different assets and different art and different ways to talk and also open up some space inside to do something new. There are pages and there are drawings, and color and faces and inked dialogues written in ancient futuristic hieroglyph. There are scales and there is melody and there are Sunny days and there is Darkness, but that—it should be noted—to the Palaceer is not a lack of illumination or brightness. Maybe it is dark, but in it is always optimism and joy, a bright darkness and a full, hopeful one as well. It comes in gold, and it comes for the night. And so Quazarz sang the Jealous Machines. And so too did the Jealous Machines sing the Gangster Star. —————————————TRANSMISSION RESUMED————————————— …speaking of air and darkness, Born on a Gangster Star came into the world in a big damn hurry, like nightfall on an island. You can see it happening, but then again it’s so gradual that the next thing you know—it’s dark. Imbued with the energy and ideas from all the creative embers floating in the atmosphere like fireflies, Shabazz Palaces recorded this entire album over the course of two weeks with Blood in Seattle. New gear and new equipment disintegrated comfort zones into dust and a new path appeared in the ashes. Herein the Palaceer continues the tale of Quazars, a sentient being from somewhere else, an observer sent here to Amurderca to chronicle and explore as a musical emissary. What he finds in our world is a cutthroat place, a landscape where someone like him could never quite feel comfortable amidst all the brutality and alternative facts and death masquerading as connectivity. Inspired by days on end spent in the waves—water and light, both—of Southern California, the work came to the Palaceer in a flash, like being picked up by something and carried. Always dribbling with his head up, he can see what’s going on around him and react to it, rather than starting in a certain direction and hoping to achieve something upon arrival. What’s good?—the kids ask. What does it even mean, and what does it even matter? Who is behind these choices? We are all of us sitting under a waterfall of all. this. shit. but it’s the excess that is casting us into ruts. The Palaceer stays away from the fleeting and the superficial nonessential. Stay away from your device—your phantom limb—and stay away from your image—your phantom self; that is his decree. Considering the motions behind the things you like to consume artistically, rather than just the way something looks or sounds, and thinking in layers, and trying to be more considerate and not so self-oriented—this is his medicine for combat. Born on a Gangster Star flirts with a pop sensibility, but through the prism of Shabazz Palaces’s fire and fury. For the Palaceer, that sense is all about how the groove is moving, and the supernatural telepathy that occurs amongst his cohort. Appearing here, in body or in spirit, are Thundercat, Darrius Willrich, Gamble and Huff, Loud Eyes Lou, Fly Guy Dai, Stu Levine & The Jennings Sisters, Thaddillac, Ahmir, Jon Kirby, Sunny Levine, and Blood. The story belongs to Quazarz, but the air and darkness belong to us. And so we shine a light on the fake. King Britt King James Britt (his real name) is a Philadelphia born, Pew Fellowship recipient, composer and dj. Traveling globally, he carries the history of his musical legacy into the future. As a composer, he has collaborated with the likes of De La Soul, Madlib, Moor Mother and many others, being called for remixes from Meredith Monk to Solange and composing for films like Miami Vice. His Fhloston Paradigm and Sylk130 projects have added more layers to Philadelphia's rich history. King has performed his live work in a number of forward thinking performance contexts and spaces, including National Sawdust (Brooklyn), CTM Festival (Berlin) and Le Guess Who (Utrecht) and dj'd in thousands of clubs including Berghain (Berlin), Low End Theory (LA), Fabric (London) and Capital (Johannesburg). For this special appearance at Boot & Saddle, King will present a sonic response as a form of political resistance. Expect headnod beat exercises. VENUE INFORMATION: Boot & Saddle 1131 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA, 19147 http://www.bootandsaddlephilly.com