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PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, Dec. 2-6

PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, Dec. 2-6

Hope you had a fine Thanksgiving. Or a long weekend. Or both. Those who had neither: sorry. Here are this week’s civic events. Monday, Dec. 2 City Council Committee on Parks, Recreation and Culture Affairs. 1pm. City Hall, Room 400. Learn more about CHOP’s Schuylkill Avenue Project. 6pm. The Philadelphia School, 2501 Lombard St. Somerset Neighbors For a...

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PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, Sept. 9-13

PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, Sept. 9-13

While there still isn’t much going on this week in terms of political involvement, there are some interesting classes, like the Free Library’s career skills workshop and the Fox Chase-sponsored artist meetup. It also looks like the South of South Neighborhood Association and Northeast Philly groups are doing the most organizing over the next week. So...

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PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, June 24-28

PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, June 24-28

It’s that time of the year, again: City Council is done with their work, everyone gets mad that they get a summer vacation, and they say that they may not be in session, but they’re still in city hall, doing something! Neighborhood and civic associations, on the other hand, are on the clock. Tell me what I missed this week: civics@philadelphiaweekly.com. Monday,...

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PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, May 28-31

PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, May 28-31

Hope you had a relaxing weekend, because for the civic-minded among us, there’s a lot going on this week. City Council is on a race to the finish line with regard to taxes, the school budget and the entire budget, which is technically due at the end of this week. Other than that, a bunch of neighborhood and civic associations are holding meetings throughout...

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PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, May 13-17

PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, May 13-17

You like bicycles? Sure you do! This week, there are two bicycle-heavy events meant to increase two-wheeled awareness. Wednesday night will be the annual “Ride of Silence,” in which bicyclists ride around the city with a police escort to remember those riders killed on the road. And Friday is “Bike to Work” day. Recent numbers show that just 1.8 percent...

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PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, April 15-20

PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, April 15-20

It’s the third week of the month—already!—and neighborhood associations seem to enjoy dedicating that time to general meetings. And there are many of them this week. Also, be sure to check out City Council’s budget hearings and a rally for Mumia Abu Jamal’s birthday, if you’re into that sort of thing. As usual, email us at civics@philadelphiaweekly.com...

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PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, April 2-5

PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, April 2-5

Hey there. I’m totally a day late on your weekly civic meeting schedule—but no worries; you only missed Monday. Plus, it was April 1st, and you may have been all “This civic meeting is probably just an April Fool’s joke” or something. Or not. Anyway, over the course of the week, several active neighbor associations (especially those in South Philly)...

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PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, March 18-22

Neighborhood Associations are holding Actual Value Initiative meetings (and general meetings) all week, there are some informative readings and panel discussions at the free library, and City Council is taking up resolutions on real estate taxes, among other things. As usual, if you want something listed, email civics@philadelphiaweekly.com. Monday, March 18 Northern...

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PhillyNow Calendar: Civic Events, March 4-8

Good morning Monday afternoon, PhillyNow readers. We’ve listed the community event listings for the next business week below. It includes a ton of zoning/neighborhood association meetings, as well as some City Council hearings — most well known of which is probably the Paid Sick Days campaign, which will hold a hearing tomorrow morning. As usual,...

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PhillyNow Calendar: This Week in Civic Events, Feb. 25-March 1

Good morning, PW readers! Here’s what’s going on this weekend if you’re of the civic-minded. Lots of good readings, community meetings and Council sessions to check out this week. Remember to email civics@philadelphiaweekly.com if you want your event listed. Monday, February 25 Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe Center Groundbreaking Ceremony....

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