Thursday July 18th, 6:30 – 8 pm

Community Baby Shower for Teen Moms: YoungLives is a unique mentoring program for teen moms in the Northwest Philly Community. We cordially invite all moms ( 20yrs old and join under) to join us for a FREE night of food, games, prizes and of course baby shower gifts! We will have a special visit from Tynisha the Doula who will be sharing some tips. The first 5 moms to arrive will be entered to win some amazing giveaways so make sure to arrive at 6:30!

Friday July 19th, 5 – 8 pm

16th Police District Promise Zone’s Community Fun Day: Food & drinks, information tables, horse rides, games, face painting, pool fun, basketball competitions, giveaway, local performers.

Location: 39thand Olive Street Playground, Philadelphia

Contact: Lorraine Gomez – 215-475.9492 or Officer Jesse Woodhouse 215.686.3160


Saturday July 20th, 10 am – 1 pm

Germantown Community Cleanup:Bringing together community members to keep Germantown clean. If you live in Germantown, this event is for you!

Location: 5400 – 5800 Germantown Ave.

Contacts: Mike Burwell – 215.908.8896 or Denzel Pryor 267.880.7441

Saturday July 20th, 12 – 7 pm

13thAnnual Lancaster Ave Jazz and Arts Festival: Headlined by Bootsie Barnes and Sam Reed, this festival features some of the best jazz musicians in the region, vendors and food trucks. Plus there are children’s activities like the Moonbounce, Facepainting, museum experiences and more.

Location: 39thand Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia


Saturday July 27th, 2 – 9 pm

Queens of Hip Hop/ R&B: Come to the Philly Art Collective Gallery to celebrate our queens! Thirty selected local artists will present works based on the theme: Women of Hip-Hop / R&B. From Badu to Beyonce, all subjects will be considered! The first 1000 tickets will be FREE tickets will then be available by donation.

Location: Philly Art Collective, 253 N. 3rd St., Philadelphia


Sunday July 28th, 3 – 5 pm

Police Racism on Facebook—A Community Forum:Join the Rally for Justice Coalition, community leaders and city officials to discuss the racist and offensive Facebook posts by nearly 330 Philadelphia police officers that were documented by the Plain View Project. Seventy-two officers have been taken off the street, and 13 will be fired after we spoke out. What’s next? You help decide.

Location: Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, 419 S. 6thSt, Philadelphia

Contact: Solomon Jones at


Saturday August 24th, 9 am – 8 pm

Second Annual East Germantown Community Cookout: The David P. Richardson Celebration Committee presents a day filled with food, fun music, games and rides. Come out and celebrate the life and legacy of a champion for the people.

Location: Awbury Park at Haines and Ardleigh, Philadelphia

Contact: The Office of Councilwoman Cindy Bass at 215.686.3424

Saturday September 14th, 11 am – 3 pm

Hope 4 Philly, West Oak Lane: Join us for a day of faith, food, fun and resources. Come meet your next employer, interact with social service agencies, win giveaways, and hear musical performances. We’ll have moonbounces, facepainting, and free haircuts for kids. And when we bring together churches, businesses, non-profits and community leaders, you win.

Location: Pennypacker School, 1858 E Washington Lane, Philadelphia

Contact: Solomon Jones at