|What||Neighbors in Northern Liberties have transformed this old cart way into a community park. Guests are invited to enjoy the rehabilitated space, over drinks and appetizers, with live music. The Friends of Orkney Park are offering ticket prices on a sliding scale, starting at $20, to welcome donations for the park.|
|Where||Orkney Park at 852 N. Lawrence Street|
|When||June 21, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
|How much||$20-$40 donation|
Hint: Keep an eye on Fairmount.
|What||The Bleed On fundraiser series comes to Philly! The feature presentation is "See Here Now: Menstrual Hygiene," a video produced by Refinery29, highlighting social issues surrounding menstruation, including the tampon tax, menstrual equity, and the lack of access to products for homeless people with periods. Bring menstrual items for donations|
|Where||SEER Interactive at 1033 N. 2nd St., 7th floor 19123|
|When||June 8, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm|
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