Wednesday, May 18, 2011

What to do this weekend...

We know it's only Wednesday, but there is no harm in dreaming of the weekend!
The good news- there are huge events happening in both of our neighborhoods!

In Rittenhouse:

One of Philadelphia’s most anticipated festivals of the year, the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival is back, and packed with more fun, fashion and food this year, attracting thousands of people from across the region, on Saturday May 21 from 12-5PM – rain or shine. On each corner, you can enjoy caf├ęs and restaurants offering al fresco dining, entertainment and live music. Plus, guests will be treated to a fashion show, food & cocktail demonstrations, a wine tasting with the opportunity to purchase your favorites, beer sampling, and a glimpse of the all-new Infiniti vehicles. Be sure to experience it all!

Be sure to visit the Arcadia gals in the park as well as in store!
In the park we will have a booth set up with mens & women's clothing as well as accessories.
At the store we will be having a sidewalk sale- featuring all of our fabulous sale merchandise!

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In Northern Liberties/Fishtown:

The 6th Annual Trenton Avenue Arts Festival will take place Saturday May 21st 2011 from 12pm – 5pm. Once again the dedicated volunteers of the East Kensington Neighbors Association will be organizing the fabulous festival as they have each year. Last year the festival attracted 8000+ attendees to 150+ booths of local arts vendors selling their handmade creations, arts organizations featuring participatory activities, and non-profit / civic organizations promoting their wonderful activities. There will be live music as well as many local food vendors serving their delicious treats. The Trenton Avenue Arts Festival (TAAF) celebrates East Kensington's incredible mix of local artists, musicians, and eateries. The TAAF raises funds for wonderful neighborhood projects and revitalization. The festival is held on Trenton Avenue, a wide-open cobblestone street that has been part of Kensington’s rich creative history for over ahundred years. By hosting the Trenton Avenue Arts Festival, EKNA is continuing that tradition.

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No matter where you find yourself this Saturday, make sure to swing by Arcadia at either of our locations!


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