October 2018 at The Porch at 30th Street Station

Oct 01, 2018 2 months ago

This October will be an exciting month at The Porch! See below for the full list of trucks vending each day for lunch, details on breakfast, drinks, shopping, yoga, and a fun art installation!

As part of the upcoming Design Philadelphia Festival we are partnering with local firm MIO to temporarily install custom seesaw and swivel chair furniture at The Porch from Friday, October 5th through the 12th. We're kicking things off with a party this Friday featuring an acrobatic dance performance, a DJ, and special drinks at the Pub. Check out this video the see the seesaws in action!

 

The turquoise cube will be humming this month! We're welcoming back our friends from Schmear It for breakfast service Wednesday-Friday out of the turquoise cube, now located on the western edge of The Porch, closer to 30th Street. We're not ready to say goodbye to the nice weather yet! We've decided to re-open the Pub at The Porch for six nights. Catch the Pub (in fair weather) from 4 PM until dark October 3rd-5th, and October 10th-12th. 

Want to do some shopping? On two Fridays (the 5th and the 12th) we are bringing in Retro Rewind Vintage and Thrift to sell fashions at The Porch! 

How about some yoga? We're welcoming Ebony, owner of YogaAnd, for two sessions of FREE hip hop yoga! Hip Hop Yoga is a physical yoga practice with an unorthodox sequence that includes your favorite asanas, combined with feel-good dance moves. You are encouraged to bust out singing when your favorite song blasts through the speaker, as it is truly a judgement free zone intended for you to release. Bring your own mats and join us on Thursday, October 4th and Thursday, October 11th from 5:30 - 6:15 PM. 

Make sure to keep an eye on our Twitter page for updates and cancelations.

 

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