Free stuff in Philly this week

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(Community / Physical / Multi-Day) Delta diversity is contributing to CVD issues in the region. Plan to get vaccinated; There are many places in Pennsylvania and New Jersey – CVS, Rite Aid, Neighborhood Record Centers, and more – to get your free COVID-19 vaccine. (

(Movies / Inside / Outdoor) Aliens in this classic, long-forgotten 1999 animated film, which will be shown for free on Friday in Clark Park. In addition to other COVID-19 precautions, there are three seats: COVID-19 safety seat (recommended for vulnerable groups, infants), full vaccine and open seat. (August 20, 6 p.m., 4301 Chester Ave.,

(Seasonal) Most people are not the only ones who are going through this. During the winter, migratory birds in the south come in contact with artificial light, which causes deadly nighttime collisions. The simplest thing to help yellow and feather buddies – turn off those outdoor bulbs before you go to bed. Age 6+. (Until November 15, 12-6 p.m.,

(Seasonal / outdoor / kids-friendly) Two- and four-legged visitors can enjoy these pet-friendly entertainment, food and drink deals. Go out and enjoy the day listening to music, shopping from local vendors and enjoying mangoes and restaurants. No pets? no problem. All are welcome. (August 21, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Main street in Manauk,

Perfect for artists and art lovers, live music on weekends, outdoor dining, family activities and more. In addition to the work of 130 artists, you can also stick to a movie night and a tight rope performance on Saturday. (August 21-22, 601 Haddon Ave. , Collingswood,

(Seasonal / child-friendly) Spiral Q, Cultural Guardians, Theater at X, and Girls Rock Fly offer free entertainment and free ice cream when they head out to Spruce Street (treatments from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.). A mask is required. Ages 4-12. (August 21, 11 am-2pm, 4226 Spruce St.,

(Opera / Physical / Multi-Day / Suitable for Kids) Do children even go uncontrolled walks in the woods from now on? Hansel and Gretel did, and they paid a high price for their mistakes. Opera performs this English folktale, performed in a tent at Franklin Square in Tap. Reservations are not required. Age 6+. (August 21 and 28, 1-2 p.m. 200 n 6th st,

(Music / In person) This free festival is written by local hero Mondo Kozmo and features New Orleans Funk Band George Porter Jr. and Ronin’s Forgiveness, Ska’s Great Scales, and Phil’s songwriters Mutulu and Laura Lizcano. He works simultaneously with the main line bike race. (August 21, 8:00 p.m. Suburban Square And Shafufele Plaza At Ardmore,

(Community) Go out on the street and dance – but only after getting a free shot. Jefferson Hospital Vaccination Vans line up on Broadway with music, food, games, 76ers dance troupe performances, and more for a one-day immunization procession. Both Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines are available. No appointment, insurance or ID is required to get vaccinated. Children 12 years of age and older are eligible for Pfizer vaccine. A mask is required. The procession begins at FDR Park. (August 22, 11 am-5pm,

(Performance / Outdoors) Local black female singers are taking the microphone at this live performance. Support and participate in a relaxed atmosphere at Spruce Street Harbor Park and discover a variety of local talents. (August 22, 3-7 p.m., 301 S. Columbus Blaved.,

(Community / Personally) How much do you know about plants? Test your garden knowledge and win prizes on this fun herb-based quiz night. Registration is required to attend. (August 25, 6-8 p.m., 106 Jamestown Ave.,

(Exercise / Outdoors) In this free yoga class, add some mental activity to your busy schedule. Guided by professional instructors, this free yoga course will keep you entertained in a calm and relaxed atmosphere at Penipak Park. Bring your own yoga mat and face mask to participate. The class is free to participate, but donations are appreciated. (August 25, 6-7 p.m., 7801 State Rd.,

(Community / Physical) Philadelphia Fashion Incubator (PFI) is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new exhibition of PFI graduates and designers at home. The exhibition, which will be held in the InLiquid Gallery from August 2 to September 10, also promises to purchase items. (Until September 10, 1400 N. American St., Gallery 108,

(Seasonal / Outdoor) This summer Friday, fireworks will light up the sky above Wildwood. The show is free to watch and can easily be seen on the Wildwood boardwalk. (Friday to September 3, Wildwood Boardwalk,

Grab a mat, some water and a towel and take a walk to a socially oriented yoga class. Three Queens Yoga Studios lead the course on a beautiful race course. Free yoga is usually held on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays until September 26. (Until September 26, Race and Ann Columbus Blade.,

(Seasonal / outdoor / child-friendly) Summer sure sign is the return of Spruce Road Harbor Park. Visit the beach pop-up park for food and drink on the lawn or on the floating bar. Other activities include sprinting or playing a game or two in one of the many colorful hammers on Spruce Street. (Until September 26,, 301 S. Christopher Columbus Blade.)

(Music / Indoor / Outdoor / Multi-Day) Wednesday to late August, Dilworth Park hosts local dance groups and music groups with free weekly outdoor concerts. Masks and social distractions are required; Food and drinks are available at the local cafe. (Wednesday, August 25) 1 S. 15th St.. ,,

(Bicycle / Physical / Multi-Day / Suitable for Kids) Volunteers dig a gap between the artificial hills through Paxed, and the truck is ready for cycling. You don’t even have to have your own dirty bike, BMX bike, or helmet – those are available to borrow for free. For closed shoes, masks, and drivers under the age of 18, signed removal is required. 5+ years old, 5 days or less known. (Tuesday-Saturday to October 30, 5pm to 5pm, depending on weather and volunteer availability; Parkside Ave. N.,

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