Jul 26, 2012
Disability Pride, Hollystock & more!
Enjoy free admission to the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Saturday for Disability Pride, which honors the 22nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The day-long, free celebration will include the unveiling of the wheel chair used by disability rights activist Justin Dart, Jr. at the Act's signing in 1990, photography exhibitions, interactive booths, speakers and Disability Pride March, followed by music and a reception.
A new festival deriving its name from the famous Woodstock music festival of 1969 brings a theme similar to the original this Saturday in downtown Mt. Holly, NJ. Hollystock will feature four stages of live music, merchants, food vendors & a beer garden, and a children's play zone with an outdoor go-cart race track.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is performing a free concert on Friday night at the Riverstage at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia. Stay for the fireworks after the show!