6601 Greene St. | Philadelphia PA 19119 | 215-843-6333 | 215-843-6655 (FAX)
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-2pm
Starting Thu, 10/8
* A Beginner's Guide to Meditation (full)
* Beginning Mosaics (full)
* Digital Cameras: SLRs (full)
* Does Matter Really Matter?
* Intro to Piano for Kids
* Memoirs: More than Memories
* Peaceful Parenting
* Taking Yourself Seriously as a Writer
Starting Sat, 10/10
* Beginning Spanish
* Cold Process Soap Making (full)
* Do-It-Yourself Home Repair
* Ecological Gardening for Small Spaces
* Getting to Know Your iPhone (full)
* Hablemos! Conversational Spanish for Adults
* Watercolor & Drawing (full)
* Wired Up Pendant
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The Fall catalog is available now in our office.
The printed Catalog may contain errors that have been remedied in the online catalog. Always check your course details (date, time, day, location) in the online catalog before registering.
In collaboration with Historic Germantown, the 6th Annual Historic House Tour is on Sunday, October 18. Houses are open from 11:30am - 4:30pm.
Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Click here for more information.
Enjoy a wine and cheese reception at 6:30 PM each evening. Sponsored by Golomb & Honik, attorneys at law.
Policing in the 21st Century: Monday, November 23
In this period of growing discomfort between the police and the communities they serve, learn how we can help strengthen police/community relations across the country and here in our home city. Discover how Philadelphia's police force approaches fighting crime, while safeguarding people's lives and constitutional rights. Hear current initiatives around alternatives to arrest and/or incarceration.
Mural Arts and Restorative Justice: What Works:Tuesday, December 1
While the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is known for creating over 3,800 beautiful murals throughout Philadelphia, some may not know that Mural Arts has also developed a robust, year-round Restorative Justice program. Learn about this important work, which addresses huge issues surrounding the mass incarceration epidemic, social and racial injustice, and how art can be used in the healing process for individuals, their communities, and victims of crime. Find out about Mural Arts' recent social justice projects and its Guild program, designed to employ young people on high-risk probation and to assist those leaving the prison system with successfully re-entering society and becoming productive citizens.