Have you tried yoga before? Try it for the first time or the 100th time at this bilingual Spanish/English yoga series at the Rail Park! Discover new movements and breathing techniques to relax and unwind from your day.Tuesdays, May 28 – July 26-7pmThe Rail Park Phase I (1300 Noble St)Recommended $5 donation, but we will never turn anyone away. All proceeds go to supporting the maintenance of the Rail Park and free community programming! Please bring a mat. Space is limited: we strongly recommend you reserve a spot through Ticketleap. About Roots2Rise Wellness: A local 501c3 inspiring strength of thought, body and community through yoga and mindfulness. By offering classes in Philadelphia neighborhoods where people live and work, Roots2Rise facilitates neighbors meeting neighbors in common, positive activity with the goal of fostering relationships and positive outcomes for the community. In 2018, Roots2Rise taught over 700 classes. Many of those classes occurred in unserved communities. Communities which does not have access to wellness services.About Friends of the Rail Park: We are the nonprofit that drives the vision behind the transformation of historic rail lines that traver
A three-week art show will celebrate the history of Callowhill’s transformative Rail Park, and look at what the future holds for the project.
It’s what you’ve been waiting for! Join us for the VERY FIRST Darksome art and craft market in Philadelphia! Darksome is a recurring market in Pennsylvania showcasing artists and crafters who make work that is dark, creepy, macabre, witchy, mystical, mysterious, horrific, strange, curious, absurd and unsettling! The Spring market will feature 80+ dark and strange artists held at Love City Brewing Company in the Callowhill neighborhood of Philadelphia! Peruse a curated dark shopping experience while sipping on delectable beers by Love City, and partaking in sweet and savory food trucks!
The building at 631 N. Broad St. dates back to 1867, and as you might expect from a building that’s been around since the Andrew Johnson administration, it’s had a number of uses over the years. It was originally constructed as the Edwin Hart Stables, a function that’s called out on an inscription that has remained on the building’s facade after all this time. As the years passed, several car companies, a sewing machine company, a hosiery company, a couple of drug companies, and an art gallery occupied the building, though not all at once, obviously. Back in 2015, we told you that developers had purchased the building and were planning a residential conversion, with an addition that would allow for a total of 41 apartments. We were pleased that the project called for the preservation of the existing facade and had high hopes for the plan to add more apartments to the improving North Broad Street corridor.
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You can now share all the history and the mystery of the Eraserhood with your friends and loved ones! This attractive 178 page volume photographically documents the look and feel of Philadelphia in and around the Callowhill Industrial Historic District as it was in the years between 2007 and 2014. Revised and expanded text discusses life in Callowhill as it is in the 21st century as well as how the neighborhood influenced painter and filmmaker David Lynch in the late 1960s.
Music: “Steam Driven” from “Eraserpunk Suites” by Bob Bruhin http://ehood.us/5Ph
Rail Park activist and cofounder Sarah McEneaney continues to draw on her everyday life for the paintings in her “Callowhill” show at Locks Gallery, named after the artist’s longtime neighborhood. What’s different here is that McEneaney is offering a longer, broader view than ever.