This Weekend: Bastille Day, Shakespeare in the Park
Consider these local activities, or suggest others in the comments.
Looking for something to do in the Greater Philadelphia area the weekend of Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15? Use this guide as a primer.
Where: La Belle Epoque Cafe, 38 W State St, Media
When: Saturday, July 14 at 6 p.m.
What: State Street will be closed to traffic for a reenactment of the Storming of Bastille and transform into an arts-filled scene with professional theater presentations, art displays, live music, dancing, children’s activities and more. The featured performance is Zydeco-a-Go-Go. The event is hosted by Media Arts Council.
Where: The Willows Park, 490 Darby Paoli Rd, Radnor
When: July 13, 7:00 pm
What: The Wayne Art Center, partnered with Radnor Township and Tudor Theatrical Productions, presents Love's Labour Lost at the Willows Mansion in Radnor. Love's Labour Lost tells the tale of the King of Navarre and his friends, who vow to abstain the company of women for three years as they devote themselves to study. Unluckily for them, they make their vow just as the lovely Princess of France and her friends pay a visit to Navarre. The show runs approximately 75 minutes, and will feature live music.
Where: Free Library of Philadelphia - Lovett Branch, 6945 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia
When: July 13, 8:30 pm
What: Seating on the green starts at 8PM. This week's movie – selected based on results from a public on-line survey– is To Kill a Mockingbird. All movies are free. Bring your own chairs or blankets. If it rains, Cliveden has agreed to host the films in its Carriage House in the event of inclement weather (6401 Germantown Avenue).