In case you haven’t heard, we are in the midst of a recession. So that means there is a premium on cheap activities. Being broke doesn’t mean you have to stay home, take a look at my weekend itinerary below:
1. Learn the flamenco at 9:00 PM on Friday night at Plays and Players on 17th and Delancey. It’s best I come with a grudge, as it is less work to create that angry face.
2. On Saturday at 2:00 PM, take a cooking class at Fosters with Mitch Prensky from divine eatery Supper.
3. Take a walk through the Reading Terminal Market, smell the flowers, bump up against unsuspecting strangers, buy cheap produce, wait in line for the city’s best chicken cutlets and enjoy the free samples of applesauce, hot chocolate and Amish cheese.
4. At 11:00 AM on Sunday, attend a panel on “Perspectives of Community Service: How to engage in your community” at The Ethical Society in Rittenhouse Square.
5. Attend a screening of The Film Theodore this Sunday at 5:00PM at The Arts Garage.