By Sarah Sowden | June 23, 2017 | Lifestyle
It’s a good thing the days are long. There’s plenty to see, sip, and sing about through Labor Day.
Spruce Street Harbor Park.
NAMASTE OUTSIDE: Give sun salutations a whole new meaning with a 60-minute, pay-as-you-wish yoga session along the @SchuylkillBanks on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am. #WeekendWarrior
WINE AND SHINE: Take your summer winedrinking sessions from your backyard to the picture-perfect grounds at @ChaddsfordWinery, as the historic winery continues its seasonal lineup of tours, tastings, and concerts. #RoséAllDay
PARKS AND REC: The hammocks strung along @DelawareRiverWaterfront can only mean one thing: @SpruceStreetHarborPark is open for a third season. Grab tacos from @DistritoPHL and get in line for a game of shuffleboard. #EndlessSummer
GUITAR HERO: The Philly Folk Fest is back in Schwenksville August 17–20. Still going strong at 56, the festival has hosted the genre’s biggest guitar-strummers. Camp out for the full experience. Trust us. #PackBugSpray
MOVIE MANIA: Grab a blanket and a bag of Skinny Pop and hit @SchuylkillBanks’ annual outdoor movie series unspooling through August 10. The eclectic lineup ranges from Rear Window to The Big Lebowski and Finding Dory. #LightsCameraAction
BOND. IONIC BOND: Impersonate @BillNye when science and socializing collide at @TheFranklin Science After Hours event series with themes like “The Sixties” on July 11 and “Don’t Try This at Home” on August 22.
PIT STOP: Peaches are one of the perks of summer produce. Media’s @LinvillaOrchards is celebrating all August long at the annual Peach Festival. Pick your own own at the farm and whip up a sweet treat back home. #JustPeachy
POP PARTY: It’s the most wonderful time of the year: @PHSGardening’s Pop Up Gardens are back at two city locations, South Street and University City. Take selfies and sip craft beers at these hot spots. #WhatAlesYou
PHOTOGRAPHY BY M. FISCHETTI FOR VISIT PHILADELPHIA®