There’s lots of stuff in this week’s To-Do List, which now includes listings from our new events calendar, as well as a smattering of other fun stuff from around the city. If you have something to add, please put it in the comments, or you can submit future events to our calendar here.
- The We The Youth mural at the corner of 22nd and Ellsworth Streets was renovated by the Mural Arts Program this summer. A rededication party of the famed Keith Haring work will be from 1 to 3 p.m. There will be food trucks, music by DJ King Britt, a performance by the CityKids Foundation and family activities.
- The American Swedish Historical Museum will feature the works of Austrian designer and architect Josef Frank. Even though the exhibit started on Oct. 28, there’s still time to get over there and experience the brightly colored and floral patterned art. The exhibit runs through Dec.30. For more information, go to www.americanswedish.org.
- Tenaya Darlington, aka Madame Fromage, is hosting a wine and cheese pairing party at 1411 S. Franklin St. for the South Philly Food Co-op from 4 to 6 p.m. The location is the home of a Co-op member. Fromage will be offering tips for cheese pairings, recipes, and creative entertaining ideas. She recommends that participants bring something bubbly, a big-bodied red or a port/madeira or Riesling because a pairing cheese pairing station will be featured for each of those styles. Tickets are $30.
- Enjoy some liquor drinking music at Bob and Barbara’s. What exactly is “liquor drinking music”? Every Friday night from 9:30 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. The Crowd Pleasers, a Hammond B-3 organ combo, perform live music at Bob and Barbara’s. Their music is based in jazz and they refer to it as “liquor drinking music.”
– Ruthann Alexander, @RuthannAlexande