FringeArts for Kids: Want to introduce your little one to Philly’s hip arts scene? Take them to see Rainbowtown, a cute, funny, quick-moving play from the newly formed Two Ducks Theatre Company, which is a member of Fringe. The play, which has original music and writing, is about a Queen’s search for a new home. Best part? It ends with a playtime celebration that all kids will love. There are five performances on Saturdays and Sundays from September 6th – 20th at the Radnor Methodist Church on the Main Line. It’s best for kids aged 3 – 8; $8 a ticket.
The Market at the Fareway Party: This adorable indoor market in Chestnut Hill (pictured above) is now going to be open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To celebrate, they are having a party on Sunday (Sept 7th) with face paining, balloon art, glitter tattoos and coupon giveaways. (The party is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
Bryn Mawr Day: This event is fun because it’s country fair (minus the dust) meets sophisticated suburb (yummy food). There are lots of restaurants serving bites, shops selling goods, plus circus performances, live Disney Radio performances, fire truck rides, and a traveling zoo. It’s on Saturday, September 6th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ludington Library.
Greenfest Philly: This all-things-eco festival in Headhouse Square returns on Sunday, September 7th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are some fun kid things like frisbee art, free tee shirts, edible bugs, and a rock wall.
Psst: We’ll give you more details later this week, but we’ve got a super-special deal coming up for Wee readers, in the form of free haircuts at Ground Zero South on Monday, Sept 15th. They’ve got a new location on 4th and Bainbridge and they’ve asked us to help celebrate. Save the date. (Again … free haircut!)