Special Olympics program coming to East Passyunk Community Center

The community center formerly known as Tolentine was taken over by Parks and Recreation in 2015, when the center at 1025 Mifflin St. was then renamed as the East Passyunk Community Center. Beyond the name change, the facility is now offering different programming to create a more accessible community space. Among the

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East Passyunk Community Center hosting first annual art auction

The East Passyunk Community Center at 1025 Mifflin St. has been seeing some changes since summertime. For one thing, the name is new, but it’s also being changed in other ways to welcome in new programming. If you love art, or simply want to support the community center, now is

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South Philly’s first co-op playschool opening at East Passyunk Community Center

When Parks and Recreation took over the former Tolentine Community Center at 1025 Mifflin St., now called the East Passyunk Community Center, changes were promised to make this a more accessible community space. Now South Philly’s first-ever co-op playschool is bringing more programming to the center, beginning soon after Thanksgiving.

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Check out improved East Passyunk Community Center at open house this week

Plenty of changes have been happening at the former Tolentine Community Center. For one thing, it’s now called the East Passyunk Community Center, but that isn’t the only new thing happening here. If you’re interested in checking out the improvements that have been occurring at the center at 11th and

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Grounds of former Tolentine Center being cleaned up, already looking more accessible

Since the former Tolentine Community Center at 1025 Mifflin St. is being prepped for a new start, it was only a matter of time before changes started to occur. Now that the city’s Parks and Recreation is in charge of the building, some of the shrubbery that has blocked off

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Former Tolentine center to have more accessiblity, upcoming meeting will discuss future programming

The recreation center at 1025 Mifflin Street, formerly known as Tolentine, is getting a new beginning. Now that the center is no longer Tolentine, plans for the building will include more accessibility, along with a new list of community programming with the input of the neighborhood. To voice your opinion

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