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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Diner En Blanc celebrates 10 years of secret all white dining

Diner en blanc has become a tradition in Philadelphia.

It’s an elegant stroll and al fresco dinner at a confidential spot in the city, where everyone is dressed in white.

Hence the name Diner en Blanc, and this year, when the annual dinner makes an appearance on Thursday 18 August, it will mark the 10th anniversary for the summertime staple.

The location is a surprise that will be announced to guests on the evening of the event.

You’ll pack a portable table with all your food, drink, and decorations, then meet at a designated gathering station before being guided to the secret location where a sea of ​​white gathers for a meal together.

It’s a night of glitz and glamor with friends you already have and those you will make at the event.

Diner en Blanc

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge celebrates 50 years

“Theater with a View” welcomes “The Grown-Up’s”

Theater with a View brings ‘The Grown-Ups’ to their outdoor venue in Pottstown.

Set around a summer camp, The Grown-Ups follows the relationship dynamics between six counselors when an outside threat creeps in.

The audience sits with the actors around a real campfire and in camp chairs. There will be more activities and beer!

Nightdrive co-writers Skylar Fox and Simon Henriques co-wrote the play during the height of the pandemic.

It’s the ninth year for Theater With a View in a tradition that has become a tradition.

The outdoor theater is an acre property called Sycamore Hill.

It is also Nina’s big sister’s garden.

Each year they incorporate a different section of the farm and say it’s an experience like you’ve never had before.

There are 10 performances in total, August 17-21 and August 23-27. It’s pay-what-you-can tiering for tickets.

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481 Ebelhare Road, Pottstown, PA 19465

The adults, 17th-21st, 23rd-27th August

Longwood Gardens has 2 magical light shows to end the summer

Longwood Gardens is beautiful by day and now it’s magical at night.

As the sun sets over Longwood Gardens, Light: Installations by Bruce Munro puts on an incredible show.

He made his Longwood debut a decade ago and is now known around the world.

“The largest installation here has 18,000 lightbulbs. It’s breathtaking,” says Tom Warner, Director of Performing Arts at Longwood Gardens.

There are eight major installations in total, both indoors and outdoors.

At C-Scale in the exhibition hall, he has created a film that is projected onto over 9,000 CDs.

Green Flash in the East Conservancy is named for the mythical green flash that can occur when the sun reaches the horizon.

Outside at Ramada’s table, a thousand color-changing flamingos wade in the water beneath the Carillon Tower.

And with SOS, the sound of Morse code mixes with music.

The exhibition runs from Thursday to Sunday after dark.

Tickets for Lights are timed and the exhibition runs through October 30th. And there are special activities on the second Friday of September and October.

Longwood Gardens | Facebook | Instagram

1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 19348

Local: Lavender & lambs experience

For the first time in decades, a Delaware farm is opening to the public.

It’s a way to educate people about the local farming community.

Action News photojournalist Dave Edwards takes us to the Lavender and Lambs Experience in Millsboro, Sussex County.

https://www.brittinghamfarms.com/

Location: 22518 Phillips Hill Road, Millsboro, DE 19966

New Philadelphia restaurants created by culinary couples

These three new Philly spots come onto the food scene from couples who have all met and fallen in love over the years pursuing their culinary careers together.

at savage, Brett Naylor and Nicole Barrick say the name can mean anything to anyone. Brett has a background as a chef, although he hands over the reins of this place to veteran New York chef Bob Truitt.

Nicole takes care of the front of house and everything related to design for an immersive experience in a unique space.

at SouthwarkChef Chris D’Ambro and front desk Marina de Oliveira bring a casual twist to fine dining, adding a new element called “The Kitchen Table Experience” in their adjacent room, Amaro.

Guests get a front row seat – literally in the kitchen – for about three hours, complete with a surprise menu and accompanying wines throughout the meal.

at Las BugambiliasOld City is a new location for this outpost specializing in traditional Mexican dishes made from the chef’s coastal Mexican roots.

The move from South Street brings larger space and an expanded menu, with a Mexican brunch on tap for the fall.

Savage | Instagram

2009 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

215-309-2149

Las Bugambilias | Facebook | Instagram

15 S. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

267-239-5673

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Ambergris | Facebook | Instagram

701 & 704 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

267-930-8538/267-858-9232

Watch Dreamgirls at Malcolm X Park for FREE

The hit film “Dreamgirls” will be revisited in a new way, with a West Philadelphia theater company performing the musical production for free in a legendary outdoor park.

Karen Rogers has the story on this week’s 6abc Loves the Arts.

Like the film, Theater in the X’s “Dreamgirls” follows a trio of black female singers as they sing and dance their way to R& B superstar in the 1960s and 70s.

“But these are Dreamgirls like you’ve never seen before. The music and the movement are totally new, totally unique,” says LaNeshe Miller-White, Executive Director of Theater in the X.

You will hear some classics.

“But the rest are original Will Brock compositions that span many decades,” says Miller-White.

The story is loosely based on The Supremes

“It’s a coming-of-age story. You have to deal with deception,” says Carlo Campbell, Co-Artistic Director and co-founder of Theater in the X.

The outdoor show takes place at Malcolm X Park.

“It’s just a center for culture,” says Miller-White.

And it’s the home base for Theater in the X.

“This is our ninth year,” says Miller-White.

“Bringing theater into the community, into the hood, and making it accessible,” says Walter DeShields, Co-Artistic Director and co-founder of Theater in the X.

“Besides providing opportunities for artists of color,” says Miller-White.

That’s why Theater in the ‘X’ took on that name.

“We’re the X factor,” says Campbell.

The company is headquartered and rehearsing at the Painted Bride’s new location in West Philadelphia.

“It’s kind of an art sanctuary,” says Campbell.

Both organizations have a mission to bring art to the neighborhood. And with “Dreamgirls” you get a strong story.

“It appeals to all of us to pursue that dream that sometimes seems impossible, but not impossible,” says DeShields.

And an incredible show.

“You’re going to see the hottest dance moves you could see on Tik Tok today,” says Miller-White.

“Come out and enjoy the show. They’re going to be blown away,” says DeShields.

Dreamgirls is set at Malcolm X Park from August 18th to 21st. The show is free but donations to Theater in the X are much needed and appreciated.

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Dreamgirls at Malcolm X Park, free; Donations accepted, May 18-21 Aug 2022

5100 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143

Check out Craft Hall Puppy Porch and Unleashed Be Garden

Craft Hall features a puppy porch where you can enjoy pizza, BBQ, brisket, craft beer, dog-themed cocktails, and dogtails (soft drinks for the pooch) with your pooch.

And if you just want to take care of the pup, head to Unleashed Bark across the street & Beer where the dogs can run off leash and play.

There’s a hose and kids’ pool to cool off in and you can contactless order a drink to have it delivered right to you.

Craft Hall regularly works with rescue organizations to raise money for dogs like Vesper and Delores from the Philly Bully Team.

Craft Hall puppy porch & Unleashed Bark & Beer | Facebook | Instagram

901 N Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123

267-297-2072

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