to Aug 18

Noelle Egan Presents: River Remains at Wet Lab

Let's support long-time volunteer and former Board Member, Noelle Egan in her exciting work! 

"Several River Remains pieces will be on Display as part of the Wet Lab art series at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Wet Lab runs from May 23rd - August 31st and functions as a space for artists and Schuylkill Center visitors to explore and reflect on water in a dynamic environment." 

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3:00 PM15:00

Compas Block Pari

All are welcome at this block party festival of community and resistance! This event is a fundraiser for the Youth Programming "Compas de Viaje" of La Puerta Abierta (ICFamWell), an organization that provides mental health services to recently arrived refugees and immigrants. There will be live music, food, games for kids, artisanal market, and DJ. This is a free event open to all, with a suggested donation of $8-$10.

4800 Windsor Ave. 

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7:00 PM19:00

Weathervane Studio Concert: Ellen Siberian Tiger // Julia Rainer

Weathervane Studio Concert - Ellen Siberian Tiger // Julia Rainer

Julia Rainer has been making original music in Philadelphia since 2004. As a kid, her dad took her to see Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers—and her education progressed from there. Influenced by artists like Hank Williams (the original), Neil Young, Sam Cooke, Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, Nico, Television, Cat Power, and Aimee Mann, Rainer writes folk songs—that sometimes creep into other genres—about love, loss, depression, addiction, salvation, and the common difficulties of humanity. Her vocals, which have been described as powerful, sultry, smoky, and aching, along with her bare-bones melodic guitar playing are an honest depiction of her personal experience, that any feeling person can surely relate to.


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to Jul 7

First Time's a Charm

First Time's the Charm is back! What started in 2013 and happened again in 2016 will be held for a third time this summer. (COME OUT TO SUPPORT SEVERAL GRP SUPERSTARS!!!) 

The idea is simple: as members of the DIY music community we need to do everything we can to make our scenes less homogeneously white, straight, and male. To that end we are holding a two day concert made up of entirely new bands that must include women, people of color, queer, trans and gender non-conforming people, and those with disabilities.

While events like this are always important, we feel that within the current political climate they are even more necessary in order to provide a space for those who are most often pushed to the margins.

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