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Franklin Flea Market!

What awesome stuff will you be able to find at the Franklin Flea Market? The weekly tradition starts up again on April 19th, continuing to run every Saturday until May 24th. The market hours are from 10-5, and you can easily get there by taking the R-5 to Market East. http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/04/franklin-flea-returns-the-historic-strawbridges-building-with-six-market-days-this-spring-opening-saturday-april-19/

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Maurice Sendak Exhibit at the Rosenbach Museum!

Like Maurice Sendak, the author and illustrator behind such classics as “Where the Wild Things Are?” Then come see an exhibit about him at the Rosenbach Museum! $5 for Students. To get there, take the R-5 to Suburban Station, then catch the 17 bus from JFK and 17th to 19th and Pine. http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/04/the-rosenbach-museum-library-presents-sendak-in-the-60s-shedding-new-light-on-where-the-wild-things-are-and-more/

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Cherry Blossom Festival!

Here’s everything you need to know about Sakura Sunday, the highlight of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Philly! This Sunday, get to Fairmount Park by taking the R-5 to 30th Street, and then catching the special (one-day only) shuttle to the park. $10 per ticket ($7 early bird special) and $5 to ride the shuttle. There should be all sorts of fun performances, as well as shiatsu massage, a parade, Cosplaying, origami, calligraphy, etc. Check it out at this link! http://subarucherryblossom.org/articles/308

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Free Outdoor Yoga in Philly!

Do you like yoga? Do you like spring? If so, you might really enjoy free outdoor yoga at the Race Street Pier. Classes are 6 days a week, w/ mostly am classes but also a 6 pm class on Thursday nights! Check it out here! http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/03/enjoy-free-yoga-classes-six-days-a-week-at-race-street-pier-and-on-the-weekends-at-schuylkill-banks-beginning-in-early-april/ To get there, take the R-5 to Suburban Station, then catch either the 33 bus to Penn’s Landing. (Specific bus #’s/train stops on the R-5 may vary according to date and time,so be sure to check your route on Google Maps beforehand.)

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Romeo and Juliet!

Calling all members of SPT! The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre is preparing to put on Romeo and Juliet, and this weekend you can see the show in previews for pay-what-you-wish-prices! To get there, take the R-5 to 30th Street Station, which is about a 10-minute walk from the theatre. http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/04/the-philadelphia-shakespeare-theatre-kicks-off-performances-of-romeo-and-juliet-with-pay-what-you-wish-shows-april-4-6/

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Fly High with a Trapeze Show!

Like trapezes? Then come to the Tangle Movement Arts show, only this Friday and Saturday night at the Christ Church Neighborhood House in Philly. Only $15 for students! This is just one cool event in the Philadelphia Queer Media Activism Series. To get to the show, take the R-5 to Market East, walk to the 11th St Station, and then take the Market-Frankford Line to 2nd Street. http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/03/tangle-movement-arts-an-aerial-performance-group-presents-its-latest-full-length-show-timelines-from-april-3-to-5/

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New Exhibition at the Magic Gardens

You know where you should totally go? To the Magic Gardens to see their awesome new exhibit, Shattering Expectations. Only $5 for students! http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/03/philadelphias-magic-gardens-welcomes-the-work-of-other-mosaicists-in-a-new-exhibition-shattering-expectations-mosaic-2014-march-7-april-20/ To get there, take the R-55 to Market East, then walk to 12th St and catch the 23 bus to 12th and South St.

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Book Fair!

Need to de-stress this weekend? Then come to a cool book fair at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center! Saturday and Sunday from 12-6. http://www.uwishunu.com/2014/03/the-philadelphia-photo-arts-center-presents-its-annual-art-centric-book-fair-this-weekend-march-29-and-30/ To get there, take the R-5 to Market East, then walk to the 11th St Station and take the Market-Frankford Line to Girard.

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Hijabi Monologues!

Looking for something to do tomorrow night? Come to Rhoads Old Dining Hall at 7 pm to see the Hijabi Monologues! Modeled after the popular Vagina Monologues, the Hijabi Monologues is about the Muslim women headscarf–aka the hijab. There will be a brief Q&A session afterwards, in which audience members can ask the cast and a Hijabi Monologues Representative any and all questions they have–about the play, about the monologues, about the hijab, anything goes!

This is a one time show happening Saturday, March 22, at 7pm in Rhoads Old Dining Hall.

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The Spring Japanese Music Festival

The Spring Japanese Music Festival is back at Haverford with the Tamagawa University Taiko Dance Group! Drumming combines with traditional Japanese dance to produce an exciting show with over thirty drummers and dancers! Their show will take place on April 4, from 7-9pm at Marshall Auditorium at Haverford.

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