Philly Beer Week | Don’t F*#k Up the Beer

No one wants to drink a bad batch of beer – but how can you ensure that doesn't happen? Explore an industry panel discussion about quality control. Learn best practices, common lab errors, ways to promote healthy fermentation and much more. Great for brewers who want to make better beer and consumers who want to learn more about quality control for their favorite beverage. After the discussion, mix and mingle with others in the industry. | 2-4pm. $18. Urban Village, 1001 N. 2nd St.

Philly Beer Week | Beer and Boats at Bartram's Garden

After a long day at work, grab a brew and take a relaxing boat or kayak ride on the Schuylkill River. Is there any better form of TLC? Equipment and instruction are included with your ticket. Just remember, this is first-come, first-served, so tickets don’t guarantee the 30-minutes of water time. | 4-8pm. $10-$15. Kids free with parent or guardian. Bartram's Garden, 5400 Lindbergh Blvd.

Philly Beer Week | Troegs and Trees

Come in for a Troegs can or draft, and leave with a tree! Troegs Brewing Co. has partnered with Tree Philly to help greenify Philly. Troeg’s 2018 Nimble Giant will be on draft as well as many other refreshing Troegs beverages. Just show proof of home ownership, and that tree baby is all yours. | 6-9pm. Garage Passyunk, 1231 E. Passyunk

Causes | Margaritas for Mutts

Treat yourself after a “ruff” day to a margarita and some puppy love. The UCity PHS Pop Up Garden will be hosting a Yappy Hour, where Jose Pistola's will donate $2 from each margarita purchased to Morris Animal Refuge! While enjoying your drink, you can meet some of the shelter's adoptable dogs. | 5-7pm. Free admission. PHS Pop Up Gardens, 15th & South and 36th & Filbert.


Market | Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

Feel like a big spender with your fat wallet of dollar bills! University City District partners once again with Baltimore Avenue Business Association for Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, showcasing local charm and businesses with $1 bargains from standout neighborhood business. From $1 pours of craft beers to ethnic bites to special memberships and ticket offers, this West Philadelphia event has something for everyone. | 5:30-8:30pm. Free admission. Baltimore Avenue, between 43rd and 52nd streets.


Philly Beer Week | West Philly Tricycle Championship

Bikers – on your trikkies, get set and go! Get those three-tires pumped for this tricycle obstacle course of hay bales and whiskey barrels. Grab a drink and sign up for a chance at this tricycle race to win a trophy. Fat Head, Evolution Craft, Troegs, Victory and Downeast will race for the rights to a permanent summer tap line at City Tap House! | 5-7:30pm. Free admission. City Tap House University City, 3925 Walnut St.

Philly Beer Week | Canwood Derby

Look at those cans! Hey, get your head out of the gutter, I’m talking about the annual Canwood Derby. If you were all about race car derbies in your younger years, dump the wood for cans and build the best darn canwood car this beer derby has ever seen! Check out the event page for building requirements. After an inspection period, let those cans fly. | 5pm. Free. Good Dog Bar, 224 S. 15th

Philly Beer Week | The Hating Game

For a city that was trending for its “We Don’t Like You” football song, it seems only fitting that Philly Beer Week puts on “The Hating Game.” In this hate-loving game, inspired by the “The Dating Game,” and presented by The Pope and Love City Brewing, get ready to embrace your hate for all it’s worth!| 7pm-2am. Pub on Passyunk East (P.O.P.E.), 1501 E. Passyunk

Theater | Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater presents WHO

Who are you? That’s the million-dollar question – figuratively speaking of course! Your anonymous response to this question will inspire the Tongue & Groove hilarious, awkward and poignant improvised scenes and monologues. The night is part of InterAct Theatre Company’s June-a-palooza, a celebratory festival of parties, dynamic readings, celebrations, and workshops highlighting new work. | $10-$15. The Drake, 302 S. Hicks St.

Outdoors | Penn Treaty Playground First Birthday

Happy birthday, and many more to come! Celebrate Penn Treaty Playground’s first year with food, games and a concert featuring the musical stylings of The Crush and Effusion 35. | 6-9pm. Free. Penn Treaty Playground, 1199 N. Delaware Ave.


Philly Beer Week | Craft Beer CarnivAle

It’s carnivAle time! Come for outdoor games and family-friendly activities. Among an afternoon of fun, enjoy classic carnival foods, Manyaunk Balloon Darts, Heavy Seas Ring Toss and Beerot Card Reading. The rain date will be the following day at 3pm. | 3-7pm. Free admission. Hop Angel Brauhaus, 7980 Oxford


Festivals and events | Fishtown FestivAle

What would a beer week be without outdoor festival fun? Come for this five-block, three-stage festival, complete with music, food, cocktails and beer! In its seventh year, the festival will highlight the Fishtown scene. Perfect for the whole family, walk around carnival games and 70-plus vendors, including Fishtown Flea, 20 restaurants and food trucks. End the day with fireworks at dusk! | Noon-8pm. Free admission. Frankford Avenue between Girard and Oxford.

Philly Beer Week | 5th Annual Shakedown Street Beer Fest

Let’s give tribute to tribute bands – and beer of course! Grateful Dead tribute band Splintered Sunlight and Phish tribute band Control for Smilers will be playing. Other performers, like DJ Kid Charlemagne & Cratebeats Ent., will keep up the jams. Shop craft vendors and get excited for giveaways from participating breweries. | 2-6pm. Free admission. City Tap University City, 3925 Walnut St.

PIFA | Taylor Mac: A 24-Decade History of Popular Music

Are you sorely in need of a crash course in American history? No problem, because Taylor Mac has a 24-hour pop-history lesson with music and theater. Come for the second 12-hour performance, covering 1896 through the present. A 2017 MacArthur Fellow, Mac provides a supremely unique and interactive experience with more than 24 musicians and more than 100-local performers, ranging from burlesque dancers to a marching band. | Noon. Prices vary. Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad St.


PIFA | Street Fair

Not your traditional block party, bring the whole family for artistic delight. With seven-closed blocks of Broad Street, transport yourself into a world where imagination and expressionism rule. For a lovely afternoon out, come for a number of performances, activities, food and other enticing draws. | 11am-7pm. Free. Broad St from City Hall to South St.


Car Show | 2018 CF Charities Supercar Show

Vroom, vroom! More than 400 beautiful cars gathered together, all for your eye-goggling pleasure! Whether you are a spectator or a participant, you don’t want to miss The Philly Drive, an adrenaline pumped police-escorted drive through Philadelphia. Other events include Autocross, VIP tailgate, live entertainment, food, merchandise and more to benefit CF Charities, an organization that promotes STEM education for the next generation. | 10am-2pm. $5-$10. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad

Causes | Sixth Annual Rock the Block

Have a great day for a great cause. Benefiting the Cancer Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, enjoy live music from The Business, Stogie Joe's food and drinks, raffles, games for the kids, and more! All donations to The Coach Wags Memorial Foundation for CHOP are tax deductible and will help fight this terrible disease. | $40 all-inclusive wristbands. Pay as you go food and drink tickets for $5 each. Stogie’s Joe Tavern, 1801 E. Passyunk Ave.

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Cultural | Odunde Festival

Celebrating its 43rd year, join the largest African-American street festival on the East Coast. Building up to the festival, the week following will be filled with events. The main day will begin with a spiritual procession to the Schuylkill River to ring in the Yoruba New Year. Afterward, dance it out to live music and peruse vendors along South Street. | 10am-8pm. Free. 23rd and South St.

Philly Beer Week | Philly Beer Week meets Philly Bluegrass

You might be feeling the blues, since Philly Beer Week is at a close. But what better way to fight the blues than with blues – bluegrass that is! Enjoy a full day of jazzy country sounds and local brews. Starting with a bluegrass brunch, the day will continue with live sets from The Citywide Specials, Midnight Flyer, River Bones Band and more. All of the proceeds will go to the bands and Philly Bluegrass, a not-for-profit project of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia. | Noon-8:30pm. Pay what you wish. Heritage, 914 N. 2nd St.

Philly Beer Week | Pints and Poses

After a lineup of beer events, it’s time to cleanse with a yoga class courtesy of Grace and Glory! Well, you shouldn’t go cold turkey, so your ticket includes a 16oz beer after the session. Perfect for all levels, just bring a mat. | 10:30-11:30am. $20. Evil Genius Beer Company, 1727 N. Front St.

Philly Beer Week | Kick the Kegs!

We are taught not to waste. So, it only seems right that we drink all the leftover beer from Philly Beer Week! Come for brunch or dinner on the patio, and give a helping mouth to kick these kegs. At $5 a cup, try the great beers that were left untapped. | 10 am-2am Free admission. Interstate Draft House, 1235 E. Palmer St.


Pride Month | Disability Pride Flag Raising/Pep Rally

Help kick off a great week of Disability Pride events. Come for the annual Disability Pride flag raising. Show your pride and support the disability community at a pep rally. The Disability Pride Parade will be held on June 16 this year. | Noon-1pm. Free. City Hall, 1401 John F Kennedy Blvd.

Games | ‘Simpsons’ Quizzo

Are you all about Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and the rest of Springfield? Show off your knowledge of the long-running animated comedy at the themed Quizzo. Be a smarty-pants Lisa with the trivia, but have fun and drink like Homer – well, maybe not as much as Homer. | 8-10pm. Free. The Cambridge, 1508 South St.

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Movie | ‘Harold and Maude’

Age ain’t nothing but a number. For a Movie Monday, come see the romance between a suicide-obsessed, 20-year-old man and a spirited, 80-year-old woman. Dress as one of the characters from the 1971 movie, and get a free beer. The film starts at 8pm, but come before 7pm and get a free beer and play classic games. After the movie there will be trivia, prizes and raffles. Enjoy drink specials and food. | 6:30 doors open. $3. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St.

Discussion | Civil Rights Across the Centuries

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Guggenheim Fellowship in Constitutional Studies, the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Constitution Center will bring together former fellows – Holly Brewer, Risa Goluboff and Lea VanderVelde – to discuss the battle over race and equality across American history, from the Founding to Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Revolution. | 6-7pm. $10-$18. Free for 1787 Society Members. National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St.


 Book Talk | Ken Auletta: Frenemies

Ken Auletta has penned the “Annals of Communications” column for The New Yorker for more than 25 years. His 11 books include the bestsellers “Three Blind Mice: How the TV Networks Lost Their Way,” “The Highwaymen: Warriors of the Information Superhighway,” and “Googled: The End of the World as We Know It.” One of the New York Public Library’s Literary Lions and a member of its Emergency Committee for the Research Libraries, he is also a member of the Author’s Guild, PEN and the Committee to Protect Journalists. In “Frenemies,” Auletta meets with old-guard gatekeepers and up-and-comers to account for the profound changes to the $2 trillion global advertising industry. | 7:30pm. Free. Free Library, 1901 Vine St.


Science | Night Skies in the Observatory

An evening of “out of this world” astronomy activities hosted by Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts. Night Skies at the Observatory is a monthly stargazing event connecting you to celestial objects in the night sky. Using telescopes in the Bloom Observatory or at the Ben’s Starlight Lounge on the fifth-floor rooftop observation deck catch a glimpse at stars, planets, and nebulae – while you sip on some stellar drinks from the cash bar. Build your own experience from any combination of planetarium shows, a live presentation on astronomy or space science, hands-on astronomy activities and continuous telescopic observing all evening (weather permitting). The program is staffed with knowledgeable observers and free star maps are provided. | 7-10pm. $5-$10. Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St.

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Music | Aly & AJ

Turn up this Tuesday with a blast from the past. Dance it out to the American-pop duo that you may remember from the Disney Channel. Check out the sisters live on their Promises Tour. It’s promised to be rocking! | 9pm. Prices vary. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen

Movie | ‘QUEST’

Filmed over the course of nearly a decade, “QUEST” is the moving portrait of the Rainey family of North Philadelphia. Beginning at the dawn of the Obama presidency, Christopher "Quest" Rainey and his wife, Christine's "Ma Quest,” raise a family while nurturing a community of hip-hop artists in their home music studio. It's a safe space where all are welcome, but this creative sanctuary can't always shield them from the strife that grips their neighborhood. Join WHYY and POV for a screening of the film followed by a contemplative discussion with the filmmakers and the Rainey family. | 6:30pm. Free. Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad St.


Music | WXPN 88.5 Welcomes Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite

While there may be “No Mercy in this Land,” there is the bluesy rock music of Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite to keep you going. The Grammy Award-winning artists will be stopping in Philly on their tour for the duo’s latest album. Just like their acclaimed 2013 album demands, “Get Up!” and go listen to this great band! | 8:30–11:30 p.m. $59.50. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St.


Food | Wild Foodie Walk

Take a walk on the wild side with Lynn Landes from Wild Foodies of Philly. Join a guided stroll near the Awbury Arboretum Cope House, where you’ll taste and learn about edible plants as well as how to steer clear of the plants you don’t want to pluck. Free tastings at your fingertips! Donations will support Food Moxie’s agriculture and culinary programs at Stenton Family Manor, Saul Agricultural High School and Martin Luther King High School. | 6-7:30pm. $5 suggested donation. One Awbury Road.


Art Class | ‘Quick & Dirty Screen Printing’

Interested in printmaking, but don’t know where to start? “Quick and Dirty Screen Printing” is the perfect class for someone who is new to printmaking and is ready to roll up their sleeves to have some fun. Screenprinting is a popular printmaking medium that allows you to create multiple prints with relative ease and little equipment. In this class, Philadelphia artist and Galbrith & Paul printer Ashley Limés will guide you through the main steps of making a screen print. Students in this class will learn how to draw a film positive, expose a shop screen and print their design on paper. | 6-9pm. $90. Second Street Press, 1400 N. American St., Bsmt 103.

Film |  ‘Can’t Hardly Wait’

On the night of graduation, everyone from the jocks to the introverted art kids come together for one last wild high school party. Friendships and romantic relationships will either blossom or fizzle out altogether. Watch the 1998 teen drama “Can’t Hardly Wait” in the Haas Biergarten underneath the Ben Franklin Bridge. Enjoy dinner and drinks from La Peg outside and in or food from the outdoor Seafood Shack. | 8:30pm. Free. FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Blvd.


Art | June Garden Sips

Get artsy and tipsy – is there any better combo? Make mini mosaics and spirograph art, while sipping on all-inclusive drinks. Food will be available for purchase from Ready, Willing & Able. After you’re done with your crafts, be sure to challenge yourself with a scavenger hunt. Vinyl records will be spinning to set the creative mood. | 5-8pm. $12-$20. Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, 1020 South St.

Causes | A Taste of Kensington

Join Philly’s nationally-recognized urban farm and garden center at a unique celebration in support of the Greensgrow Community Kitchen, an incubator space for local food entrepreneurs that since 2011 has helped more than 75 local food visionaries turn their dreams into reality. For one exclusive evening, the unique urban oasis of Greensgrow Farms will be transformed for a special celebration for more than 300 guests filled with entertainment, a silent auction, local libations and culinary dishes reflective of Kensington’s expansive and award-winning food scene. | 6-10pm. $55-$85. Greensgrow Farms, 2501 E. Cumberland


Movie | ‘Donnie Darko’ Movie Night

It’s bizarre, confusing and absolutely intriguing. Watch the 2001 cult classic about a teen who sleepwalks and meets a demonic bunny who says the world is going to end in 28 days. Drink a good brew, and watch the film that you keep coming back to again and again. | 6:45pm. Free. BeerLove, 714 S.4th St.

Theater | ‘Aladdin’

From now until July 1, it’s going to be all about those “Arabian Nights.” See the timeless story live on stage, about the peasant who becomes a prince to win the hand of the princess he loves. From the producers of “The Lion King,” come for romance, betrayal, music, magic, a flying carpet, a talking parrot and a genie in a bottle – no not Christina Aguilera. | 7:30pm. Prices vary. Academy Of Music, 240 S. Broad.



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