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Aug
5
Wed
Harvest 2020
Aug 5 all-day

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is proud to announce a new initiative called Harvest 2020. Harvest 2020 was created to address the more than 11% of households in the Greater Philadelphia region that are food insecure – this means access to healthy, fresh food is a daily problem – and it’s a number we expect to double as a result of the current pandemic. Harvest 2020 is a call to action. We want to mobilize 100,000 people to grow and share food, and we’re here to make your commitment as easy as possible. You can make a pledge to Harvest 2020 in one of three ways:

  • Be a grower who grows food for yourself and your family at home
  • Be a sharer who commits to donating the food you grow to neighbors in your community
  • Or be a donor who supports our team’s Harvest 2020 efforts

We invite you to join us today! For more information on Harvest 2020 and to make a pledge as a Grower, Sharer, or Donor, visit phsonline.org/harvest2020 and PHS will help you get started. 

Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Aug 5 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Aug
6
Thu
Harvest 2020
Aug 6 all-day

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is proud to announce a new initiative called Harvest 2020. Harvest 2020 was created to address the more than 11% of households in the Greater Philadelphia region that are food insecure – this means access to healthy, fresh food is a daily problem – and it’s a number we expect to double as a result of the current pandemic. Harvest 2020 is a call to action. We want to mobilize 100,000 people to grow and share food, and we’re here to make your commitment as easy as possible. You can make a pledge to Harvest 2020 in one of three ways:

  • Be a grower who grows food for yourself and your family at home
  • Be a sharer who commits to donating the food you grow to neighbors in your community
  • Or be a donor who supports our team’s Harvest 2020 efforts

We invite you to join us today! For more information on Harvest 2020 and to make a pledge as a Grower, Sharer, or Donor, visit phsonline.org/harvest2020 and PHS will help you get started. 

Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Aug 6 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Aug
7
Fri
Harvest 2020
Aug 7 all-day

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is proud to announce a new initiative called Harvest 2020. Harvest 2020 was created to address the more than 11% of households in the Greater Philadelphia region that are food insecure – this means access to healthy, fresh food is a daily problem – and it’s a number we expect to double as a result of the current pandemic. Harvest 2020 is a call to action. We want to mobilize 100,000 people to grow and share food, and we’re here to make your commitment as easy as possible. You can make a pledge to Harvest 2020 in one of three ways:

  • Be a grower who grows food for yourself and your family at home
  • Be a sharer who commits to donating the food you grow to neighbors in your community
  • Or be a donor who supports our team’s Harvest 2020 efforts

We invite you to join us today! For more information on Harvest 2020 and to make a pledge as a Grower, Sharer, or Donor, visit phsonline.org/harvest2020 and PHS will help you get started. 

Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Aug 7 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Free Wealth Management Seminar Series
Aug 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Are you looking to make some financial goals or thinking about planning for retirement?

Join Whitemarsh Township Parks and Recreation for our Free Wealth Management Seminar Series  sponsored by Kodiak Wealth Management!

Come spend your lunch hour learning how to plan for goals, use different investment vehicles to achieve your goals, and how to create your own paycheck in retirement.  This event is FREE and lunch will be provided.  This is part of a four-session series, don’t worry if you cannot make all of them: 10/12, 10/19, 10/26. 

Aug
8
Sat
Harvest 2020
Aug 8 all-day

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is proud to announce a new initiative called Harvest 2020. Harvest 2020 was created to address the more than 11% of households in the Greater Philadelphia region that are food insecure – this means access to healthy, fresh food is a daily problem – and it’s a number we expect to double as a result of the current pandemic. Harvest 2020 is a call to action. We want to mobilize 100,000 people to grow and share food, and we’re here to make your commitment as easy as possible. You can make a pledge to Harvest 2020 in one of three ways:

  • Be a grower who grows food for yourself and your family at home
  • Be a sharer who commits to donating the food you grow to neighbors in your community
  • Or be a donor who supports our team’s Harvest 2020 efforts

We invite you to join us today! For more information on Harvest 2020 and to make a pledge as a Grower, Sharer, or Donor, visit phsonline.org/harvest2020 and PHS will help you get started. 

Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Aug 8 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

MCCC Tourism and Hospitality Management Online Info Session
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Attention prospective Montgomery County Community College Tourism & Hospitality Management students!

Join us for an online presentation of the program, which will include a live Q&A session with instructors, admissions, and academic advisors.