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Volunteer, Wine & Cheese, Ballet For V-Day, Get Involved, Kids Scavenger @ PMA: The Weekend Listings - February 13-15, 2009

Dear Philly1.com Members & Friends,

Happy Valentine's & Presidents' Day Weekend! Please be sure to check out the great events listed on our community calendar at http://philly1.com/events.

As you know we have an important race for District Attorney heating up. If you are interested in working on the campaigns and learning about the candidates please visit their respective websites.

In alphabetical order by last name, the Democratic candidates are:

Brian Grady - http://www.votegrady2009.com

Dan McCaffery - http://www.mccafferyforda.com

Dan McElhatton - http://www.votemcelhatton.com

Michael Turner - http://www.turner4da.com

Seth Williams - http://www.VoteSethWilliams.com

For more information about all of the races on the ballot and non-partisan volunteer opportunities for the May 19, 2009 Municipal Primary Election, please visit http://www.seventy.org.

and now ... the listings

Friday, February 13, 2009

Imperfect Moments: Mapplethorpe and Censorship 20 Years Later

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Mapplethorpe’s exhibition this symposium brings together world-renowned artists, critics, and scholars to examine the legacy of the culture wars of the 1990s on the arts in the United States, as well as the issues that artists and art institutions face today. Tonight's event is at Annenberg School Room 110 (3620 Walnut St). Please arrive early as there are no ticketed reservations. For more information visit http://www.icaphila.org/events/mapplethorpe.php.

The Wine School: Wine and Cheese Pairing, the Basics

There is nothing better than wine and cheese. At this even, the Wine School (2006 Fairmount Ave) will be pairing exciting wines with a selection of cheeses, including two of their favorites: Maytag blue and Cabot's ''Private Stock'' cheddar at 6:30. For more information visit http://www.vinology.com.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Art Attack Family Scavenger Hunt @ PMA

Kids and adults work together to discover the secrets of all kinds of art, starring knights in armor, munching monks, puzzling jugs, dragons with bad breath, surprising sea monsters, twinkling tortoises and goofy glasses. You’ll think you’ve traveled to foreign lands, in galleries that re-create an Indian temple, a Chinese palace, a Japanese village, a medieval courtyard and fancy mansions at The Philadelphia Museum of Art (26th St & Benjamin Franklin Pkwy)! No knowledge of art or the museum is required for this event appropriate for ages 7 and up at 10:30am. Kids must be accompanied by an adult and vice versa. For more information visit http://www.watsonadventures.com/schedule_philadelphia.html.

Singles Volunteer at PhilAbundance

Spend your Valentine's Day making a difference by joining other caring singles to help PhilAbundance (302 W. Berks St) end hunger and malnutrition in the Delaware Valley! PhilAbundance, a nonprofit organization, collects and distributes food from nearly 600 business, organizations and individual food donors to provide food for approximately 100,000 people per week. The day starts at 12:15pm and you will spend the afternoon of volunteering, sorting through donated food and pack food boxes for seniors. All profits will be directly donated to PhilAbundance. For more information visit http://philabundance.org

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Chinese New Year Lion Dance and Parade

Philadelphia's well-loved Lion Dance kicks off the celebration of the Lunar New Year, starting at 10th and Race Streets in the heart of Chinatown. Sunday is the last day to catch the parade and celebrate the New Year. For more information visit http://www.chinatown-pcdc.org.

Love and Longing @ Merriam

Pennsylvania Ballet continues its 45th Anniversary Season February 11 – February 15 at the Merriam Theater at the University of the Arts (250 S. Broad St) with Nine Sinatra Songs, Fearful Symmetries and the world premiere of Requiem for a Rose by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa. This exciting repertory program was designed especially with your Valentine in mind. Sunday's performance begins at 2pm. For more information visit http://www.paballet.org/news/pressrelease/detail.aspx?id=312.

That's about it. Please enjoy your weekend. We apologize for an abridged version of the weekend listings.

Be well,
Brian & Harry
Co-Directors
Philly1.com: your place in the city
http://www.philly1.com

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