December 6, 2016
December 6, 2016
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The Winter Beer Fest gives you an opportunity to show your appreciation for the wide variety of craft beers from around the world. More than 100 beers will be on tap, offering an array of beer. Food trucks will be on location serving juicy burgers and other tasty treats. Tickets available online. 22 N 23rd St.; winterbeerfest.com
Running through until the end of December, enjoy this German-style Christmas Village set up right in the City Hall Courtyard. With more than 80 wooden booths selling little trinkets and delicious hot foods, there is something for everyone to enjoy. City Hall also gets a holiday makeover with sparkly lights and a giant Christmas tree in the center. LOVE Park, 1500 Arch St.; visitphilly.com
Head to The Comcast Center to see this wonderful holiday production to get you in the Christmas spirit. Songs like Jingle Bell Rock and The Twelve Days of Christmas fill the room with Christmas joy. Be a part of this annual holiday tradition. Through January 1. 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd; corporatecomcast.com
King of Prussia Town Center invites you to their first annual Winterfest, a holiday extravaganza that will feature ice sculptures, cookie decorating, school choir performances, winter-themed crafts, games, interactive activities and, of course, a visit from Santa. 155 Village Dr., King of Prussia, kingofprussia-towncen
Be a part of Philadelphia’s tradition in watching ballerinas, reindeer, and more. You will have plenty of opportunities to experience the renowned light show from November 25-December 31. 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. 1300 Market St.; visitmacysusa.com
Eat, shop, and be merry! Experience Peddler’s Village’s holiday warmth this Christmas season. Peddler’s Village includes more than 60 shops and 6 restaurants, as well as other stops along the way. Peddler’s Village is open until January 1. 2400 Street Road; visitphilly.com
Come enjoy your favorite scenes from Jurassic Park while get up close and personal with the life-like dinosaurs created in Philadelphia’s very own Franklin Institute. Through April 23, 2017. 271 N 21st St.; fi.edu
Complete your Christmas shopping early in the Union League’s Meade Room as a variety of merchandise including jewelry, handbags, accessories, and assorted foods are sold from more than 20 vendors. 140 S Broad St.
See visions of sugarplums at George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. Performed by Pennsylvania Ballet, this show is the perfect way to enjoy the arts Philly has to offer while participating in the holiday festivities. Dates run through until the end of December. 240 South Broad St.; paballet.org
Begin your night at the Independence Seaport Museum with musical performances and more… including a special visit from Santa! Afterwards, head to the Delaware River waterfront to enjoy the boat parade. This includes magnificently decked out boats and vessels that you will not want to miss! 211 South Christopher Columbus Blvd; phillyseaport.org
Start holiday shopping early at Rittenhouse Row’s Holiday Fashion Crawl. Combine a fun shopping experience in Rittenhouse’s most popular stores, including LAGOS, DFTI Boutique, Joan Shepp, Zama and many more, with the best drinks from Philadelphia’s top mixologist. The free holiday event also is partnering with the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society to “Give a Home for the Holidays” so guest can meet adorable and adoptable dogs at selected locations. 1636 Walnut St.
King of Prussia Town Center invites you to their first annual Winterfest, a holiday extravaganza that will feature ice sculptures, cookie decorating, school choir performances, winter-themed crafts, games, interactive activities and, of course, a visit from Santa. 155 Village Dr., King of Prussia; kingofprussia-towncenter.com
Carré D’artistes invites art lovers to join them during a two day event with French oil painter, Shahine. Watch along as the talented artist paints live, talks about her technique, fields questions, and signs artwork. 104 S. 13th St., carredartistesphilly.com
Enjoy this “vintage little orchestra” as they perform classic holiday hits as well as some modern tunes. Stepping down from the “big band era”, this group has a great deal of experience. The 12-piece band led by head singer China Forbes is sure to get you into the holiday spirit. 291 N Keswick Ave.; philadelphia-theater.com
Let the unique sounds of the Tran-Siberian Orchestra get you into festive spirit. The band plays classic holiday songs, but with a contemporary twist. Complete with a light and laser show, this concert is sure to be anything but ordinary. 3601 S Broad St.; wellsfargocenterphilly.com
Yogis can head to The Voltage Lounge for a 60-minute, Drake-themed, strength-based yoga class. The class is perfect for all experience levels (who are 21-plus up) and will unite classic Vinyasa and Weston Road flows. Stick around after class for a NamasDay Load until 3 p.m. With a DJ on hand playing popular Drake beats, guests will enjoy much deserved cocktails after working up a sweat. Get tickets here. 421 N. 7th St.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention invites you to their annual Save a Life Gala, held at Cescaphe's Atrium at the Curtis Center. 6abc's Annie McCormick will serve as the Master of Ceremonies and global speaker and mental health advocate Kevin Hines will receive the Lifesaver of the Year Award. Guests will enjoy live entertainment by Second Vision, food and more. afsp.org