Philadelphia Area Cultural Events for November 2016

Philadelphia Area Cultural Events for November 2016

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 Philadelphia Area Cultural Events for November 2016

 

November 5-6, 2016
APPLE FESTIVAL.
The 43rd annual Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village honors the classic fruit with old-fashioned country apple butter, apple cider, apple dumplings, apple fritters, caramel-dipped apples and pie-eating contests. (215) 794-4000, peddlersvillage.com

November 5, 2016-January 29, 2017
RURAL MODERNISM.
The Brandywine River Museum of Art presents 50 works that include creations by Georgia O’Keefe and N.C. Wyeth, as well as scenes from rural regions in New England and Pennsylvania. (610) 388-2700, brandywine.org

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November 10-13, 2016
PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART CRAFT SHOW.
Handmade textiles, jewelry and houseware of the highest quality are presented by the Philadelphia Museum of Art at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. (215) 684-7930, pmacraftshow.org

November 18-20, 2016
GORE-TEX PHILADELPHIA MARATHON.
With a fast course that winds through the city’s historic downtown, past the stunning Philadelphia Museum of Art and along scenic Boathouse Row, this marathon has been one of the country’s premier running events since 1994. The weekend also includes an 8K race, half-marathon, a Kids Fun Run and the Health & Fitness Expo. (215) 683-2122, philadelphiamarathon.com

November 24, 2016
THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE.
Celebrating its 97th year, the 1.4-mile spectacle along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway is the oldest Thanksgiving Day Parade in the country, and it continues to dazzle visitors with massive balloons, eye-catching floats, festive music, entertaining performances and visits from Santa. (215) 581-4507, facebook.com/6abcthanksgivingdayparade

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November 2016 (TBD)
FIRST PERSON ARTS FESTIVAL.
Taking place at various venues throughout the city, this annual event is the only one in the world dedicated exclusively to art based on personal experiences. The multidisciplinary festival features storytelling shows, memoir readings, film screenings, new works in performance, experiential tours and workshops. (267) 402-2055, firstpersonarts.org

November 2016 (TBD)
AUTUMN'S COLORS.
This seasonal festival at Longwood Gardens features unusual gourds, a garden railway, dazzling chrysanthemums and live entertainment that converts the floral sanctuary into an autumnal wonderland. (610) 388-1000, longwoodgardens.org

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