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    Published: May 6, 2020

    By: Kabria Rogers

    • David Mark from Pixabay

    In our reality of social distancing, there are still ways to engage with programs and organizations all over the Greater Philadelphia region. We can experience all the fun perks of our Suburban neighborhoods in an instant. Here are top picks for fun experiences from the Greater Philadelphia Region.


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    • Longwood Gardens
      1001 Longwood Road Route 1 and Route 52 Kennett Square PA 19348

    Longwood Gardens (Chester County)


    The iconic 1,007 acre garden has tailored a Gardens at Home campaign for all of us stuck at home and missing nature. Look and Breathe rovides beautiful video footage and images of the garden’s transition into spring. Listen and Explore allows you to enjoy previous concerts held at the gardens and listen to tips from gardeners. With Learn and Discover, visitors can take a behind the scenes look at books, activities, and lessons.

    Bryn Mawr Film Institute (Delaware County)


    BMFI has created Theater 5 a virtual movie hub, working with film industry partners to provide movies for people to enjoy at home. Not to mention their Film Studies online, the puzzles, games, and access to online film discussions are perfect for any movie lover.

    Colonial Theatre (Montgomery County)


    The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville has tailored their format for virtual screenings to enjoy on your own time. They also host Youtube Watch Parties every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday so you can always watch a screening in good company.

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