PECO Second Saturdays Program on Feb. 14th, 2015 at 12 PM Free Family Program Each Second Saturday of Each Month
PECO Second Saturdays at Second State Press: PECO Second Saturdays at Second State Press is our FREE public program that allows families and students to come together and learn about printmaking every second Saturday of the month from 12 – 2 pm. Each workshop is family and student-centered giving one-on-one opportunities to make art! Please feel free to share the attached announcement.
Workshop Theme: It’s All About Love!
Screen print your own cards and prints
February 14th | 12 – 2PM
Instructor: Ashley Limes
This month’s workshop is all about the things we love! This two hour workshop will provide you with the opportunity to learn how to screen print cards and prints reflecting what you love. Families can work together and collaborate to make something truly special and unique. Each participant will walk away with either a print or cards that they created. Suitable for ages 6 & up.
AAWC 28th Annual Scholarship Banquet on Fri., June 12th, 2015 at Joy Tsin Lau Restaurant at 6 PM !! SAVE THE DATE !!
The AAWC 28th Annual Scholarship Banquet will be held on Friday, June 12th, 2015 at Joy Tsin Lau (1026 Race St., Phila., Pa. 19107) from 6-9 PM. Please save the date! Individual tickets are $75/each or $700 for a Table of 10. You can purchase tickets online CLICK TO BUY TICKETS or by sending a check to: AAWC, 301-305 N. 9th, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Levels of Sponsorship information CLICK HERE
Susan G. Koman 2015 Kick-Off Party at Vie Restaurant on Fri., Feb. 6th, 2015 Race for the Cure 25th Celebration
2015 Kick-Off Party
Friday, February 6 ♦ 6:00 PM
Vie Restaurant ♦ 600 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia
You're Invited to...
THE PARTY OF THE QUARTER-CENTURY!
R.S.V.P. now CLICK HERE or make a donation CLICK HERE
This year's Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure Kick-Off Party has been 25 years in the making! So, we've gone all out to create one spectacular night, weaving past, present and future into a celebration worthy to showcase your passion for the cause... and launch our milestone silver anniversary!
We hope you can join us - as, together, we start the movement that will finish this fight!
Admission, $50 per person: Your generosity gets our 2015 Race off to a running start!
I/We will be there to celebrate on February 6: Reserve your admission(s) by January 23
I cannot attend, but still wish to join the movement with a Kick-Off donation: Make a gift to help us finish this fight.
25th Kick-Off Celebration Highlights
First-ever Women's Champion Honors: Organizations making a difference
3rd Annual Jamie Brooke Lieberman Remembrance Award: Massimo Cristofanilli, MD; Professor of Medical Oncology; Director, Jefferson Breast Care Center
Video Premier: Celebrating 25 years of the Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure
2015-2016 Community Grant Announcements: The first public introductions of our newest grantees
Plenty of Party: Including incredible food, DJ entertainment, the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church Choir, and much more!
Susan G. Komen Philadelphia
125 South 9th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
OCA 4813 Year of the Sheep Lunar New Year Celebration Dinner at Vietnam Palace Restaurant on Fri., March 6th, 2015
OCA (Organization of Chinese Americans of Greater Philly) invites you to the celebration of the 4813 Lunar New Year at Vietnam Palace Restaurant, 215-592-9596.
Contact JENNYWONG@COMCAST.NET for details. OCA-GP is a 501(c) non-profit organization.
Distributing Dignity Non-Profit Collection Drive for Women's Personal Items on Feb. 7th, 2015 at PECO during AAWC Annual Meeting
Distributing Dignity, a non-profit based in NJ, distributes new bras and feminine hygiene products to women in shelters and similar facilities in the Delaware Valley. At our AAWC Annual Meeting on Feb. 7th at PECO, we will have a collection box for new bras (with tags attached) and feminine hygiene products (tampons, pads, and pantyliners). The co-founders of Distributing Dignity will be present to introduce their program. A monetary donation to Distributing Dignity is welcomed too Click Here.
Visit their website at http://www.distributingdignity.org/. Read about Distributing Dignity in the HuffingtonPost.
RSVP by April 15, 2015 * Lunch Location To Be Determined in Chinatown
Members and scholars are invited to this event:
Topic: Garden of Stones
Author: Sophie Littlefield
Summary: This historical fiction novel involves the WWII internment of Japanese Americans and its after effects. This dramatic plot focuses on mother/daughter relationships.
If you want to be included in these events, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org.