CAFe Comes Again To Kensington

The non-profit arts organization InLiquid is having its 2nd Annual CAFé  (Community Arts Festival event)  noon to 4 p.m., Oct. 16 in the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St., Philadelphia.

Co-hosts are ArtsRising, Crane Arts, and Kensington South Neighborhood Advisory Council (KSNAC).

CAFé brings puts art and environmental organizations such as Grid Philly and Habitat for Humanity  under one roof for a day of live music, food trucks, craft-making, workshops and booth exhibitions.  An after-event planned from 4 to 6 p.m. will feature a parade along American Street organized by artists Ben Woodward and Suzie Morris presenting creative costumes worn by both children and adults in celebration of art and recycling.

A featured event of POST/Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, CAFé is the lead award recipient of a generous $10,000 grant from the Penn Treaty Services District, designed for Kensington-area businesses focused on neighborhood charitable improvement. Past and present CAFé participants include The Clay Studio, Art Star, ArtsRising, Please Touch Museum, Violette de Mazia Foundation and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.


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