Laurel Hill cemetery is more than a burial ground – it is a historic landscape and public garden that has provided Philadelphian’s an unmatched horticultural retreat from the city for the last 182 years. John Jay smith, the founder of Laurel Hill, was an avid horticulturalist and designed the cemetery to feature rolling lawns and specimen trees and shrubs. The legacy of...

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Align Yourself with Your Body, Your Spirit, and the World Around You Alexander Technique  Transform Tension into Useful Energy Diminish Stress Move with Strength, Balance and Ease Alexander Technique can be applied to any activity of daily life to promote: better posture, agility, stamina, and freedom of movement. *Each student receives hands-on guidance and support....

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This event occurs weekly, on Monday.

On Mondays in September, at 10:30 AM, seniors are invited to join the Full Circle Support Group, facilitated by Janet Levit, MSW, LCSW.  Full Circle is a comfortable and safe place for Seniors to discuss ideas and strategies to develop rewarding, enriching and fulfilling ways to utilize their time and to get support for any pressing issues. Participants share strategies to find meaning and...

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The Internet is a treasure trove of Social Communities, Directories, Media Channels, and Search Engines, each of which presents unique marketing opportunities in today’s Internet dominated era.  This presentation explores each of these Internet environments and discusses marketing strategies to promote your brand, prospect for new business and generate new leads through the...

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The Wolf Humanities Center's yearlong program on Stuff kicks off with Kevin Young, award-winning poet, New Yorker editor, author of the bestselling Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts and Fake News, and Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Dr. Young will read a piece of his recent work and then join...

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An illustrated Weeknights at the Wagner lecture with Dr. Jennifer Essler of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center Museum open until the talk begins at 6 p.m. Dogs are not necessarily the best noses around, but they possess one rare and important quality – the ability to communicate with humans. Because of this, dogs are used for scent detection in many domains, such as drug searches and...

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