This week there are plenty of great events happening across the watershed to keep you busy. Join local parks and environmental centers to go fishing, do yoga, or check out an art exhibit! Check out our list of FREE events you might enjoy from Monday, July 24th through Sunday, July 30th. You can also click over to the events tab at GoPhillyGo.org to find more upcoming events.
Tuesday at 7:00pm - Yoga on the Pier
Join Riverfront North for an evening outdoor yoga class at Pennypack on the Delaware. All ages and abilities are welcome!
Wednesday at 10:00am - Wednesday Watson Woods Walk
Meet at Tulpehaking Nature Center at Abbott Marshlands to go for an easy walk and explore the trails of Roebling Park.
Wednesday at 3:00pm - Weekly Creek Care Day
Join your neighbors to help clean up Tacony Creek Park. All tools and supplies will be provided, please register in advance.
Wednesday at 5:00pm - Wednesday Free Fishing
Go fishing at Bartram’s Garden! Equipment, bait, and basic instructions will be provided. First come, first served.
Thursday at 4:30pm - “Submerged” Closing Reception
Check out the “Submerged” exhibit at Fairmount Water Works before it closes. Light refreshments will be served.
Thursday at 5:30pm - Learn to Fish
Try your hand at fishing at Pleasant Hill Park. Rods, tackle, and bait will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own rod if you have one. No fishing license necessary. Registration encouraged but not required.
Saturday at 8:00am - Saturday Morning Bird Tour
Explore the meadows and wooded trails around the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove on this morning bird walk. Great for all ages, but children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday at 9:30am - Schuylkill Saturdays: Family-Friendly Guided Hike
Join an environmental educator at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education for a guided hike to learn about the natural world and explore forest trails. Open to all ages, but trails are not stroller-friendly.
Saturday at 10:00am - Hike for Health
Take a 1.5 mile hike at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge and learn about the benefits of walking in nature.