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Phriendsgiving and pop-up beer garden in to benefit schools

Also: dogs!

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From Coexistence:

Come on down to the historic Headhouse Shambles at 2nd and Lombard on Saturday, Nov. 18 for The first annual Philadelphia Phriendsgiving Pop Up Beer Garden and Puppy Party from 2-7 p.m. at the Headhouse Shambles. All proceeds will go towards helping local elementary school students in need.

  • a donation of $50 gets you all you can eat and drink
  • college football action on the big screen 
  • Mario Kart and various games of chance
  • Live piano music
  • dancing?!!

Many students in our area lack even the most basic of necessities to get through a school day. Your generous donation will provide teachers with school supplies and healthy snacks for their students. This particular event will benefit students from the following schools:

  • F. Amedee Bregy Elementary School
  • Lewis Elkin Elementary School
  • William McKinley Elementary School

All friends, family, and doggos are welcome. Please send us an email at coexistence.philly@gmail.com if you’d like to get involved or have any questions.

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