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Family Fun Festival 
Saturday, October 1

Drexel Lodge Park
Newtown Square, PA - FREE   

Newtown Square Railroad Museum has spent the last two years working with four elementary and all of public school 5th graders to design and paint a mural on a building at their park. The mural is meant to make everyone feel welcome! Other features of the mural and respective walkways will be painted by our High School art students. The entire mural will be dedicated in November. They will be having a free community event at the park on Saturday October 1st with a live concert by The Plants! Also you can ride on the train, explore the petting zoo, get your face painted and more! For more info, visit: newtownsquarerailroadmuseum.org

Laurie Berkner Solo!
A "Greatest Hits" Sensory-Friendly Performance
Saturday October 8
McCarter Theatre
Princeton NJ 

Laurie Berkner is back at McCarter with her “Greatest Hits” Sensory-Friendly performance. Sensory-friendly performances provide a performing arts experience that is welcoming to all individuals who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or other sensitivity issues and their families. For more info, visit: mccarter.org

Philadelphia Ballet presents
Kimmel Center Campus
October 13-26

Set to Sergei Prokofiev’s passionate and expansive score, Ben Stevenson’s version of Cinderella has captivated audiences with its emotionally compelling portrayal of this cherished ballet. Follow our heroine as she falls in love with a handsome prince, overcomes the influences of her wicked stepfamily, and makes her own dreams come true. Lose yourself in an enchanting story that blends humor, heart, and hope—one where wishes come true, courage triumphs over cruelty, and a lost slipper leads to a happily ever after. For more info, visit  philadelphiaballet.org

Philly For Families 

Beyond must-see historical icons like Independence Hall and The Liberty Bell Center, the Greater Philadelphia Region offers a ton of attractions geared toward those of every age. No matter where you venture, the destinations listed at this link below are designed to offer an interactive and engaging experience for the entire family!

One highlight is the historic Philadelphia Zoo. America’s first zoo and a foremost conservation organization is home to nearly 1,300 animals, many rare and endangered. The zoo has a first-in-the-world animal travel and exploration train system, Zoo360, enabling primates and big cats to move above and across the main visitor pathway. Exhibits include Big Cat Falls, the McNeil Avian Center, the PECO Primate Reserve and KidZooU, an interactive wildlife academy of dynamic displays, rare breeds and indoor-outdoor learning.

For more info, visit: visitphilly.com