Friday, May 3, 2019 - 11:30am WALK LEADER: Ashley Hahn, Jane's Walk PhiladelphiaMEETING SPOT: Dilworth Park (west side of City Hall) - between the glass subway entrances. I'll be wearing orange.Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. Take a midday break with a walk through three adjacent public spaces in the heart of Center City … Continue reading Senses of LOVE, PAINe, and dilWORTH
5th Annual Mt. Airy Day Jane’s Walk
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 10:30am WALK LEADER: Bradley Maule, Go Mt. AiryMEETING PLACE: High Point Cafe at Allens Lane Station (7210 Cresheim Road). I'll be the guy with the long hair, big beard, and Jane Jacobs pins.Free. Public. Rain or shine. It's the 49th annual Mt. Airy Day—and it's Preservation Month! We will walk … Continue reading 5th Annual Mt. Airy Day Jane’s Walk
Looking for Lancaster!
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 3pm WALK LEADERS: Dana Rice, Eli Storch, and Verónica Ayala Flores -- Design Advocacy Group of PhiladelphiaMEETING PLACE: 38th and Lancaster - at former octagonal bank building in the triangleFree. Public. Rain or shine. How does the history of Lancaster Ave inform its future? We will be exploring the history and places that have become … Continue reading Looking for Lancaster!
3 Churchyards, Many Conversations
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 10am WALK LEADER: Marco Federico, Materials Conservation MEETING PLACE: Old Swede's Churchyard (look for Marco in a red hat)Free. All are welcome. Rain or Shine. Explore 3 historic churchyards of Queen Village and Society Hill - Gloria Dei (Old Swedes') Episcopal Church, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, and Old Pine St … Continue reading 3 Churchyards, Many Conversations
Chinatown: Race, Protest and the Built Environment
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - Noon WALK LEADER: Sarah Yeung, Philadelphia Chinatown Development CorporationMEETING PLACE: 10th Street Plaza - intersection of 10th and Vine Streets (over the Vine Street Expressway)Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. Chinatown's story of survival is ongoing, and interconnected with the future of the City of Philadelphia. As we walk … Continue reading Chinatown: Race, Protest and the Built Environment
Cobbs Creek Nature
Friday, May 3, 2019 - 6pm WALK LEADER: Tony Croasdale , Philadelphia Parks & RecreationMEETING PLACE: Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Center (700 Cobbs Creek Parkway)Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. This walk coincides with peak songbird migration and is a good time for spring wildflowers. We will walk through the forest, meadow, and wetland … Continue reading Cobbs Creek Nature
Society Hill: Urban Renewal and Restoration
Friday, May 3, 2019 - 3:30pm WALK LEADER: Francesca Russello Ammon, University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of DesignMEETING PLACE: Entrance to Bingham Court - at intersection of Locust Street and S 4th Street.Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. Today, Society Hill is a historic district recognized on both local and national historic registers. But … Continue reading Society Hill: Urban Renewal and Restoration
Beneath City Streets: Archaeology Philly Style!
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 10:30am WALK LEADERS: Doug Mooney and Jed Levin of the Philadelphia Archaeological ForumMEETING PLACE: Commodore John Barry Statue, in Independence Square (6th & Walnut Streets)Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. Have you ever wondered what lies beneath Philadelphia’s the streets, sidewalks, houses and parks? Join local archaeologists as they lead … Continue reading Beneath City Streets: Archaeology Philly Style!
Public Art and the Parkway
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 2pm WALK LEADER: Caitlin Martin, Association for Public ArtMEETING PLACE: By the Dilworth Park cafe. Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine. Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway has become an outdoor museum since its construction in the early 20th century. From Alexander Calder's "William Penn" atop City Hall to Mark di … Continue reading Public Art and the Parkway
Rittenhouse Square: People-watching and walking
Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 12:30pm WALK LEADER: Katrina Johnston-ZimmermanMEETING PLACE: Fountain near the center of Rittenhouse SquareFree. All are welcome. Rain or shine. "Observing is understanding" as they say, and on this walk we will all take part in the observation of our fellow human beings in the perfect people-watching environment of Rittenhouse Square. … Continue reading Rittenhouse Square: People-watching and walking