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July, 2024

Monday
1
11:00 AM
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1st Monday monthly @ 11 AM
Monday
1
4:00 PM
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1st Monday of the Month at 4 PM
Thursday
4
Independence Day: Office Closed
Tuesday
9
MacColl Room, First Presbyterian Church
2:00 PM
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Tuesday, July 9, 2024 at 2:00 pm
MacColl Room, First Presbyterian Church
201 S. 21st St.
Thursday
11
Washington Square Park
10:30 AM
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The second in a series of Photo Walks. Participants will meet at the 6th and Walnut St. entrance to Washington Square.
Tuesday
16
National Mechanics
5:00 PM
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Join other Penn‘s Village members for some socializing at a pay-as-you-go Happy Hour at National Mechanics, 22 S. 3rd St.!

This former 1837 Bank building in Old City is now home to an eclectic bar restaurant that features good food and drink values.

Registration is required. Please note: This venue is NOT handicapped accessible.
Wednesday
17
Paul Starita's Workshop (enter on League Street one half block North of Washington Avenue)
2:00 PM
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Part 1 was a demonstration and explanation of the equipment and the techniques used to make furniture. Part 2 will be an explanation and demonstration of the actual making of a simple example.

Attendance is limited to 12.
Thursday
18
MacColl Room, First Presbyterian Church
2:00 PM
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Food memories from our childhood can be the most nostalgic and profound. While we eat differently today than our younger selves, those dishes are our comfort foods, our touchstones to the past. Too often, those recipes are lost or never written down and become Endangered Recipes. Let‘s discover how to record these recipes and their stories and pass them down to the next generation.

We‘ll share some stories, learn how to record and save recipes, as well as address some successes and failures. Bring your own memories, questions and we‘ll share some dishes to spark the conversation.
Tuesday
23
MacColl Room, First Presbyterian Church
2:00 PM
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A description of the revitalization of the lower Schuylkill River from 1991 to the present day.