WEEKEND Activity Picks

Dated: September 15 2017

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It’s going to be a gorgeous late summer/early fall weekend in Philadelphia, with a ton of great things to do around the city.

Hop on one of 27 lit pedicabs for a free (!) ride on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Cai Guo-Qiang: Fireflies, an interactive artwork that’s part of the city’s Parkway 100 celebrations.

For those looking for a great meal at an even better price, Center City Restaurant Weekcontinues this weekend (including Saturday night!) at more than 120 restaurants and eateries in the heart of Philadelphia.

Performing arts fans can hit up excellent shows as part of the O17 Festival and the Fringe Festival. And Monument Lab kicks off an eight-week citywide run this weekend asking the question: “What’s an appropriate monument for Philadelphia?”

Be sure to follow Uwishunu on Twitter and Instagram for updates throughout the weekend.

Read on for our guide to this weekend in Philly.

The post Weekend Picks: Center City Restaurant Week, Fireflies, O17 Festival, Fringe Festival, Monument Lab And More appeared first on Uwishunu – Philadelphia Blog About Things to Do, Events, Restaurants, Food, Nightlife and More.

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