Trash pick up is a day delayed this week.
It’s windy out so protect our neighborhood from excess litter! Don’t put your trash out a day early.
Have you tried the Philly 311 app?
It’s so easy to report graffiti, overflowing trash cans, potholes and more using the City’s free 311 app. No need to sit on the phone waiting. Snap a pic, add a note and upload with address. Visit the App Store and Google Play to download the app. The City has stepped up their response times and it’s a game changer! Help keep our community clean by reporting issues.
The Design Advocacy Group (DAG) wants to hear from you.
DAG has already called for good design to streeteries in a letter to the Inquirer. Before they make create design guidelines to share, they want to hear from you. Join the virtual roundtable discussion on Thursday March 3 at 6 PM. Click here to register.
Interested in creative writing?
Wednesdays On the Stoop is a series of free writing programming by Zoom every Wednesday from 4 pm – 5 pm. From accountability co-writing to generative prompts to discussions of exciting forms and authors of all genres, these sessions are designed to be a constant structure–every Wednesday at 4 you can count on Blue Stoop to plug you into your writing energy with an informal and supportive session. Check out the full list of opportunities.
Ever wanted to learn to draw or test out your printmaking skills?
Fleisher Art Memorial, 719 Catharine St, has opened their spring classes. The term runs from March 28-June 3. Check out the class list here.
Does your child has a big milestone coming up in the fall?
Philadelphia School District’s Kindergarten Registration is open. If your child will be 5 by September 1, you can now enroll them in kindergarten. Details here. McCall School is our neighborhood’s catchment school for elementary and middle school, and they are hosting a virtual information session on March 1 at 2 pm. Join that session here.