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WELCOME

The 2012 Summer Program of Free Events at Penn’s Landing is funded and produced by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC). All events produced by DRWC are FREE to the public on the RiverStage on the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia’s premier Delaware River Waterfront enter tainment destination. Public Programming at Penn’s Landing would not be possible without the continued suppor t of corporate par tners such as PECO, Verizon, Pennsylvania Lotter y, Coca-Cola Refreshments of Philadelphia, and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, all of whom are committed to ser ving the Greater Philadelphia community.

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For more information and event details, please call (215) 922-2FUN or visit www.delawareriverevents.com. This website is a vir tual resource for the Delaware River Waterfront which can help visitors to easily plan to park, play, and stay all day at Penn’s Landing.

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Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) is a non-profit corporation organized exclusively for the benefit of the City of Philadelphia and its citizens. DRWC acts as the steward of the Delaware River Waterfront to provide a benefit to all of the citizens of and visitors to the city. The fundamental purpose of DRWC is to design, develop, and manage the central Delaware River Waterfront in Philadelphia between Oregon and Allegheny Avenues. DRWC intends to transform the central

Delaware River Waterfront into a vibrant destination location for recreational, cultural, and commercial activities for the residents and visitors of Philadelphia. DRWC will serve as a catalyst for high quality investment in public parks, trails, maritime, residential, retail, hotel, and other improvements that create a vibrant amenity, extending Philadelphia to the river’s edge. For more information visit www.delawareriverwaterfrontcorp.com.

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DIRECTIONS

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FROM THE NORTH

To Festival Pier Take I-95 South to Exit 22 (676/Central Philadelphia / Independence Hall / Callowhill Street). Exit will split, follow 676 East / Callowhill Street. At the light at the end of the ramp, make a left onto Callowhill Street. Follow Callowhill Street approximately 3 blocks where it ends at Columbus Boulevard. Make a left onto Columbus Boulevard. Festival Pier is ½ of a mile down on right. To Great Plaza Take I-95 South to Exit 20 (Columbus Boulevard/ Washington Avenue). Exit to left, stay in left lane, and make a left at the end of the ramp onto Columbus Boulevard. The Residences at Dockside will be on your right. Remain straight for approximately ½ mile. Enter Great Plaza on right at Walnut Street or Market Street (Penn’s Landing). To Race Street Pier Follow directions for Festival Pier above. Continue south on Columbus Boulevard past Festival Pier and Race Street Pier is approximately ¼ mile on your left.

FROM THE SOUTH

Take I-95 North to Exit 20 (Columbus Boulevard/Washington Avenue/Penn’s Landing). At the end of the ramp, make a left onto Columbus Boulevard.

To Great Plaza remain straight for approximately 1 mile. Enter Great Plaza on right at Walnut Street or Market Street (Penn’s Landing). Continue on Columbus Boulevard, past the Great Plaza for approximately ¼ mile to Race Street Pier on your right. For Festival Pier, continue another ¼ mile past Race Street Pier and Festival Pier will be on your right.

FROM THE EAST

From Ben Franklin Bridge Stay in the right lane. At the end of the bridge, make a quick right on the 5th Street Exit. Follow 5th Street to Spring Garden Street, and make a right. Follow Spring Garden Street 5 blocks to Columbus Boulevard. To Festival Pier make a right onto Columbus Boulevard. Festival Pier will be immediately on your left. Then, for Race Street Pier continue south on Columbus Boulevard past 2 traffic lights or approximately ¼ of a mile and Race Street Pier will be on your left. Continue another ¼ mile and the Great Plaza will be on your left. Enter on left at Market Street (Penn’s Landing) or Walnut Street.

FROM THE WEST

Take 76 East to the Central Philadelphia Exit (676 East/Vine Street Expressway Exit). Follow 676 East to 95 South (Chester/ Philadelphia Int’l Airport). Follow 95 South to Exit 20 (Columbus Boulevard/Washington Avenue). Follow directions for from the north.

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BY BUS

Septa Bus Routes The 21, 33 and 42 stop at the Great Plaza. Routes 17 and 48 stop at Front and Market Streets. From there, head east over the Market Street Bridge. The Great Plaza will be on the right. To Race Street Pier, the 25 stops at Columbus Boulevard at Race Street. To Festival Pier 25, 43 and 5 stop at 2nd and Spring Garden Streets. From there, head east toward Columbus Boulevard. Cross Columbus Boulevard to Festival Pier.

BY FOOT

From the Historic District and Old City, head east on either Market, Chestnut, Walnut or South Streets. Cross Front Street and walk over the pedestrian walkways. The Great Plaza will be located straight ahead at Columbus Boulevard and Chestnut Street. Then continue north on Columbus Boulevard about ¼ mile and Race Street Pier will be on your right. Or to reach Race Street Pier from Market Street: Head north on 2nd Street and make a right onto Race Street and walk under I-95 towards BY RAIL Columbus Boulevard. Cross Making the free interchange connection generated from many Columbus Boulevard and Race Street Pier will be straight ahead. points at the 15th Street Station, take the Market-Frankford Elevated To reach Festival Pier, continue north on Columbus Boulevard, Line (the Blue line) to the 2nd Street stop. From there, head east approximately ¼ mile from Race over the Market Street Bridge. The Street Pier or ½ mile from the Great Plaza and Festival Pier will be Great Plaza will be on the right. on your right. To Race Street Pier: The 2nd Street stop. From there, head north on BY WATER 2nd Street. Make a right onto Race The RiverLink Ferry connects Penn’s Street and walk under I-95 towards Landing to the Camden waterfront Columbus Boulevard. Cross across the majestic Delaware River, Columbus Boulevard and Race offering a 12 minute journey across Street Pier will be straight ahead. the river with picturesque views of Penn’s Landing, the Philadelphia Skyline and colorful attractions To Festival Pier: The Spring in Camden. For more information Garden stop. Head east towards call 215-925-LINK or visit Columbus Boulevard and then www.riverlinkferry.com. right onto Columbus Boulevard. Festival Pier will be on the left.

Convenient and affordable parking is available at a variety of locations along the Waterfront. Monthly parking passes and group rates are available. Please visit our website for more information. For more complete directions, please visit www.delawareriverevents.com

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


LIVE

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PENN’S LANDING

FRIDAYS, AUGUST 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31st

SATURDAY, JULY 7

A Star-Spangled Night with the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” 7:30PM A patriotic music concert followed by a fireworks salute.

SATURDAY, JULY 21

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15th Anniversary A Celebration of Women in Music 7:30PM concert 9:15PM landside fireworks Celebrating the 15th anniversary Carol Riddick of smooth jazz on Philadelphia’s Maysa Waterfront. This year’s series will 1+ONE featuring be followed by a landside fireworks Patrice Rushen and display, south of the RiverStage at Ndugu Chancler approximately 9:15PM, following Cindy Bradley the concert. Oleta Adams Sheila E.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25

A Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and Multicultural Affairs Congress (MAC) event 12:00PM - 8:00PM Now in its 6th year, celebrate the “cultural fusions” of the world with the LARGEST, one-day festival in Philadelphia, featuring Grammy awardwinning headliners, ethnic performers, vendors, and kid’s activities all for FREE! For more information, please visit www.globalfusionfestival.com

3:00PM - 9:00PM Featuring Stellar, Dove and Grammy Award Winner, Israel Houghton Beginning in July, Praise 103.9 FM will be looking for the area’s next inspirational artist that can inspire the crowd with their voice. Visit PraisePhilly.com in July for more details on how you can become part of this concert. Israel Houghton

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 FRIDAY, JULY 27 FREE 2012 Neighborhood Concert at Penn’s Landing, presented by Wells Fargo 8:00PM The world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra returns for a 5th season, to present another FREE Neighborhood Concert on the RiverStage at the Great Plaza.The concert will be followed by a landside fireworks display.

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Celebrating Visual and Culinary Ar ts on both sides of the Waterfront. Featuring live performances, film screenings, kids’ activities and more, hosted by WHYY. Visit www.whyy.org/connectionsfestival for more information.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 12:00PM - 6:00PM Par t of the WHYY Connections Festival, the Philadelphia DooWop Festival benefits the Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service Education Center. This FREE festival honors the integrity of the genre of music still vibrant in Philadelphia. The concer t and festival are free, yet, to learn how to give back, please visit www.phillydoowopfestival.org.

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


SUMMER

SERIES

SCREENINGS UNDER THE STARS Thursdays, July & August July 5, 12, 19 & 26 – Films begin at dusk or approximately 8:30PM

PECO MULTICULTURAL SERIES Explore the World at Penn’s Landing!

August 9, 16, 23 & 30 – Films begin at dusk or approximately 8:00PM July 5 July 12 July 19 July 26 August 2 August 9 August 16 August 23 August 30

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (PG-13) Moneyball (PG13) Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn Part 1(PG-13) The Help (PG-13) NO SCREENING THIS WEEK The Muppets (PG) Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (G) Dolphin Tale (PG) The Descendants (R)

The PECO Multicultural Series offers culturally rich outings for family and friends with a chance to explore the world without needing to travel. These festivals celebrate the diverse ethnic heritage that makes Philadelphia unique. May 20 June 3 June 9 June 17 July 14 & 15 July 21 August 4 August 11 August 18 August 19 September 16

Israel 64: With a Song in our Hearts! 1:00PM - 5:00PM Irish American Festival 1:00PM - 7:00PM Islamic Heritage Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM Portuguese Heritage Festival 1:00PM - 7:00PM Hispanic Fiesta 2:00PM - 8:00PM Global Fusion Festival 12:00PM - 8:00PM ACANA African Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM Southeast Asian Dragon Boat Festival 12:00PM - 8:00PM Festival of India 1:00PM - 7:00PM Caribbean Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM Mexican Independence Day 1:00PM - 7:00PM

PADDLE PENN’S LANDING May 19 - September 16 Experience an urban adventure on the water! The Pennsylvania Environmental Council and Hidden River Outfitters offer supervised kayaking and pedal swan boats in the Penn’s Landing Marina. Saturday and Sunday 12:00PM - 8:00PM. Swans are $5 per person, children under 5 are free. Kayaks are $8 per person.

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Landside fireworks display from the Penn’s Landing Marina at approximately 9:15PM as a finale to the following concerts: July 27 August 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31st

Philadelphia Orchestra Free Neighborhood Concert Smooth Jazz Summer Nights

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


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RACE STREET PIER C O L U M B U S B O U L E VA R D & RACE STREET

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FRIDAY, MAY 4 Located at the end of Race Street along the water’s edge, the new park features a combination of interesting landscape architecture and a dramatic setting that offers spectacular views of the waterfront. Visitors can walk along the tree-lined paths and relax in the grassy areas while enjoying amazing views of the Ben Franklin Bridge, Center City, and the Delaware River from a totally new vantage point. The Race Street Pier is an integral part of a series of open space improvements proposed every half mile along the Central Delaware as part of the new Master Plan. Since its opening in May 2011, the Race Street Pier has become an award winning nationally acclaimed park and a great new waterfront destination.

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First Friday, Park After Dark Race Street Pier 7:00PM - 9:00PM Hosted by the Friends of Race Street Pier, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street, and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

SATURDAY, MAY 12 & SUNDAY, MAY 13 Art Star Craft Bazaar 11:00AM - 6:00PM

May 4 | June 1 | July 6 | August 3 September 7, part of the WHYY Connections Festival

Israel 64: With a Song in our Hearts! Israel Independence Day 1:00PM - 5:00PM

For ongoing programming, events and activities at Race Street Pier, please visit racestreetpier.com Or join our email list at www.delawareriverevents.com

Permit application is available at www.racestreetpier.com

FRIENDS OF RACE STREET PIER

The Friends of Race Street Pier (The Peers) is a volunteer-driven group working to foster stewardship and innovative neighborhood based programming for the Race Street Pier. The group also seeks to encourage use of the park and promote a sense of community on the waterfront. You can find the PEERS on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Friends-of-Race-Street-Pier

CLEAR is proud to provide the visitors to Race Street Pier free WiFi. Connect to the CLEAR network with your internet-ready device. CLEAR Mobile internet is available throughout the Philadelphia area. See clear.com for more information.

Delaware River Day Penn’s Landing Marina 12:00PM - 6:00PM Delaware River Day at Penn’s Landing Marina is a fun and exciting way to heighten public awareness of safe boating practices and waterway preservation along the Delaware River. Enjoy free kayaking in the marina. Features ship tours, informational displays and U.S. Coast Guard man overboard demonstration.

SUNDAY, MAY 20

Hosted by the Friends of Race Street Pier, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street, and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

Race Street Pier is the perfect location to host a wedding ceremony or to take wedding photos.

SATURDAY, MAY 19

This annual juried arts & crafts retail show returns to Penn’s Landing with over 120 vendors expected to participate. In its 9 th year, the Ar t Star Craft Bazaar has become Philadelphia’s most cutting edge craft fair. For more information, please visit www.artstarcraftbazaar.com.

P a d d l e P e n n ’s L a n d i n g E v e r y We e k e n d – K a y a k and Swan in th Boat Rentals e Pe n n ’s L a n ding Marina

(215) 922-2FUN All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


J U N E

2012

FRIDAY, JUNE 1 First Friday, Park After Dark Race Street Pier 7:00PM - 9:00PM Hosted by the Friends of Race Street Pier, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

SUNDAY, JUNE 3 Irish American Festival 1:00PM - 7:00PM

FRIDAY, JUNE 22 SATURDAY, JUNE 23 & SUNDAY, JUNE 24 SUNDAY, JUNE 10 24th Annual LBGT Pride Festival 12:00PM - 6:00PM *Admission Fee. Produced by Philly Pride, the day includes stage entertainment and over 150 vendors! Visit www.phillypride.org for more information.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13

7:30PM Independence Seaport Museum THURSDAY, JUNE 7 The United States Air Force Race Street Pier Promenade Heritage Brass 6:00PM - 9:00PM Enjoy a free concert given by the *Ticketed Event United States Air Force Heritage Funds raised from this special event Brass of the USAF Heritage of will support arts programming on America Band at Independence the waterfront and Race Street Pier. Seaport Museum. The concert is The event features fare from local free and open to the public. Heritage restaurants as well as cocktails, music, Brass features the diverse talents entertainment, and a Fireworks finale. of 5 professional musicians whose For more information or to purchase commitment to excellence has earned tickets, visit www.racestreetpier.com. worldwide acclaim and military distinction. For more information visit www.phillyseaport.org

SUNDAY, JUNE 17 SATURDAY, JUNE 9

Portuguese Heritage Festival 1:00PM - 7:00PM

Islamic Heritage Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM

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Tall Ship Tours Independence Seaport Museum The Tall Ships Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812-era privateer and storied square-rigger HMS Bounty will be visiting Philadelphia to mark the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Take deck tours of both ships or a thrilling 2 hour tour of the Delaware River aboard Lynx. For more information and admission costs, visit www.phillyseaport.org

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 Taste of Philadelphia Concert and Fireworks, presented by Adventure Aquarium

8:00PM Tap your feet to the beat during this free live performance followed by a jaw-dropping fireworks display over the Delaware River, presented by Adventure Aquarium.

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 & SUNDAY, JULY 1 Super Scooper All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival 12:00PM - 5:00PM Extended Hours: 6:00PM - 9:00PM (Saturday only)

The Joshua Kahan Fund continues its mission to lick Leukemia! Enjoy some of your favorite ice cream Wawa Welcome America! flavors and support a wor thy cause Taste of Philadelphia Festival at the Super Scooper Ice Cream Friday, June 29 5:00PM - 9:00PM Saturday, June 30 11:00AM - 10:00PM pavilion. Proceeds benefit the Joshua Kahan Fund, fighting to cure Sunday, July 1 11:00AM - 6:00PM Pediatric Leukemia. $7 donation Join us for Philadelphia’s great required to enter the Super summer tradition­­—Taste of Scooper pavilion to enjoy all the Philadelphia! Enjoy an entire weekend of free family fun, delicious ice cream you can eat. food, live musical entertainment­­ —and spectacular fireworks too!

JUNE 29, 30 & JULY 1

Visit www.welcomeamerica.com for all the details and the full Wawa Welcome America! Festival calendar of events.

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


J U L Y

2012 FRIDAY, JULY 6 SUNDAY, JULY 1 SUNDAY, JULY 1

Super Scooper All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival 12:00PM - 5:00PM

Wawa Welcome America! Taste of Philadelphia Festival 11:00AM - 6:00PM

See previous page for other dates and times.

See previous page for other dates and times. Join us for Philadelphia’s great summer tradition­­—Taste of Philadelphia! Enjoy an entire weekend of free family fun, delicious food, live musical entertainment­­ —and spectacular fireworks too! Visit www.welcomeamerica.com for all the details and the full Wawa Welcome America! Festival calendar of events.

First Friday, Park After Dark Race Street Pier 7:00PM - 9:00PM Hosted by the Friends of Race Street Pier, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

SATURDAY, JULY 7

The Joshua Kahan Fund continues its mission to lick Leukemia! Enjoy some of your favorite ice cream flavors and support a worthy cause at the Super Scooper Ice Cream pavilion. Proceeds benefit the Joshua Kahan Fund, fighting to cure Pediatric Leukemia. $7 donation required to enter the Super Scooper pavilion to enjoy all the ice cream you can eat.

THURSDAY, JULY 5 Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:30PM Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (PG-13)

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A Star-Spangled Night with the United States Army Band 7:30PM The RiverStage at Penn’s Landing will feature the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” followed by a Fireworks musical Salute, south of the RiverStage.

THURSDAY, JULY 12

SATURDAY, JULY 21

A Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and Multicultural Affairs Congress (MAC) event 12:00PM - 8:00PM Now in its 6th year, celebrate the “cultural fusions” of the world with the LARGEST, one-day festival in Philadelphia, featuring Grammy award-winning headliners, ethnic performers, vendors, and kid’s activities all for FREE! Past headliners include Guyanese Grammy award-winning R&B singer Melanie Fiona, Salsa singer Brenda K. Starr, R&B quartet En Vogue, Puerto Rican Bachata artist Toby Love, and many, many more. Bring your heritage along with your appetite and experience Philadelphia’s hottest summer event.

Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:30PM Moneyball (PG13)

SATURDAY, JULY 14 & SUNDAY, JULY 15 Hispanic Fiesta 2:00PM - 8:00PM

THURSDAY, JULY 19 Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:30PM Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn Part 1(PG-13)

THURSDAY, JULY 26 Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:30PM The Help (PG-13)

FRIDAY, JULY 27 The Philadelphia Orchestra, FREE 2012 Neighborhood Concert at Penn’s Landing, presented by Wells Fargo 8:00PM Followed by Friday Night Lights, a landside fireworks salute just south of the RiverStage.

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


AUGUST

2012 SUNDAY, AUGUST 19 Caribbean Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2

Screenings Under the Stars NO SCREENING THIS WEEK

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3

First Friday, Park After Dark Race Street Pier 7:00PM - 9:00PM Hosted by the Friends of Race Street Pier, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10

Smooth Jazz Summer Nights at Penn’s Landing Followed by Friday Night Lights landside fireworks display. 7:30PM concert 9:15PM landside fireworks 1+ONE featuring Patrice Rushen and Ndugu Chancler

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 ACANA African Festival 2:00PM - 8:00PM

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:00PM The Muppets (PG)

Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:00PM Dolphin Tale (PG)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24

Southeast Asian Dragon Boat Festival 12:00PM - 8:00PM

Smooth Jazz Summer Nights at Penn’s Landing Followed by Friday Night Lights landside fireworks display. 7:30PM concert 9:15PM landside fireworks Featuring Oleta Adams

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3

Smooth Jazz Summer Nights at Penn’s Landing Followed by Friday Night Lights landside fireworks display. 7:30PM concer t 9:15PM landside fireworks Featuring Carol Riddick and Maysa

THURSDAY, AUGUST 23

Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:00PM Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (G)

Sounds of Gospel Concert 3:00PM - 9:00PM Featuring Israel Houghton

Carol Riddick and Maysa August 3

1+ONE featuring Patrice Rushen and Ndugu Chancler - August 10

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 Smooth Jazz Summer Nights at Penn’s Landing Followed by Friday Night Lights landside fireworks display. 7:30PM concert 9:15PM landside fireworks Featuring Cindy Bradley

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 Festival of India 1:00PM - 7:00PM

Cindy Bradley August 17 Israel Houghton August 25

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 Screenings Under the Stars Film begins at dusk or approximately 8:00PM The Descendants (R)

Oleta Adams August 24

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 L a n d i n g – K ay a k a n d S w a n B o at Rent e P e n n ’s P a d d l r y We e k e n d i n t h e P e n n ’s L a n d i n g a Marina ls E ve

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Smooth Jazz Summer Nights at Penn’s Landing Followed by Friday Night Lights landside fireworks display. 7:30PM concert 9:15PM landside fireworks Featuring Sheila E.

Sheila E. August 31

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


SEPTEMBER

Penn Treaty Park

2012

SATURDAY, APRIL 28 Fishtown Shad Fest Noon - 6:00PM Discover the rich history of the Delaware River and Fishtown. Visit www.fishtownshadfest.net for more information.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Philadelphia’s Tri-State Labor Parade and AFL-CIO Family Festival 11:00AM - 3:00PM Produced by the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO. Over 100 unions participate in the day’s festive events.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 First Friday, Park After Dark Race Street Pier 7:00PM - 9:00PM Par t of the WHYY Connections Festival, visitors can explore the galleries in Old City and then take a stroll down Race Street and celebrate First Friday at Philadelphia’s newest park.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Fantastic Fridays Free Concert Series AUGUST 3 - Sensational Soul Cruisers AUGUST 17 - End of Summer Jam

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 11th Annual Southeastern Pennsylvania Coast Day 12:00AM - 5:00PM Walnut Plaza

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 Philadelphia DooWop Festival Part of the WHYY Connections Festival 12:00PM - 6:00PM

7:00PM - 9:00PM

A Free Concert Series at Penn Treaty Park. Visit www.penntreatymusic.com for more information. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 RIVERCITY Festival RIVERCITY 5K Run - Noon RIVERCITY Festival - Noon - 5:00PM Celebrate the Waterfront. Visit www.rivercityfestival.org for more information.

Dedicated to preserving a waterfront treasure for all, the Friends of Penn Treaty Park work to offer programs to enhance the historical and recreational features of Philadelphia’s riverfront gem. Join us for a summer of fun and educational events and experience the magic that inspired the Lenni Lenape and William Penn over 300 years ago. Penn Treaty Park is part of the 9200 acre Fairmount Park system. For more information on Fairmount Park, please visit www.fairmountpark.org

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Celebrating the Arts on the Waterfront Starting Sunday, September 2 on the Camden Waterfront, this week long festival, hosted by WHYY, features live music, film, live performances, kids activities’ and more. Past headliners included Dr. Dog and the Baseball Project while this year’s event will include First Friday on the Race Street Pier, the Philadelphia Doo Wop Festival and more! Visit www.whyy.org/connectionsfestival for more information.

Mexican Independence Day 1:00PM - 7:00PM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 Recovery Walks! Walk begins at 8:30AM Produced by PRO-ACT, benefitting individuals and their families recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Visit www.recoverywalks.org for information.

P a d d l e P e n n ’s L a n d T h r o u g h S e p t e m i n g – K ay ak and ber 1 Swan Boat Rentals 6 in t h e Pe n n ’s L a n d i n g M a r i n a

(215) 922-2FUN All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.

Columbus Boulevard at Washington Avenue 1301 S. Columbus Blvd, Formerly Pier 53 Entrance pathway is between Coast Guard Station and Sheetmetal Worker’s Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Washington Avenue Green was opened in October of 2010 as the City’s first new green public space on the Delaware in decades. This one-acre park, conveniently located along the riverfront recreational trail, was designed to improve local wildlife habitat and is the first phase of what will hopefully become a much larger ecological park in future years. This new park space replaced the former concrete surfaces with native plantings including woodland, meadow, and wildflower species, made improvements to the existing trail, and addressed localized stormwater run-off and water quality. Other key components include enhanced views out to the pier and river and installation of interpretive signage to provide visitors with a deeper understanding of the site’s history, ecological context and function of the river and its upland edges, and interpretation of the site’s public art installation The Friends of Washington Avenue Green, are associated with the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and assisted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. The mission of the Friends of Washington Avenue Green is to support and promote the use of the new greenspace on the Delaware River where Washington Avenue intersects Columbus Blvd and they meet on the 4th Tuesday every OTHER month at 6:30PM Find them on Facebook at Facebook.com/WashingtonAvenueGreen Or visit www.washingtonavenuegreen.com


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SUMMER SEASON Saturdays & Sundays in May & September Daily June, July & August

Memorial Day through Labor Day Public Boardings Rain or Shine Daily 9am to 6pm (Departing Penn’s Landing on the hour, Camden on the half hour)

Concert Express Service for every Susquehannah Bank Center Concert! Private Party Charter Opportunities Available

www.riverlinkferry.com 215-925-LINK (5465)


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REGULATION-SIZE ICE SKATING RINK HEATED FACILITY WITH FOOD CONCESSIONS SKATE RENTALS • ARCADE • FREE SPECIAL EVENTS GROUP RATES • CONVENIENT PARKING ON SITE BIRTHDAY, CORPORATE & HOLIDAY PARTIES

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WHERE

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CAVANAUGH’S RIVER DECK (4)

417 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 629-7400 www.theriverdeck.com Enjoy Philadelphia’s largest outdoor restaurant and bar on the river. Enjoy expansive views of the Ben Franklin Bridge and Delaware River waterfront. Conveniently located two blocks North of the Ben Franklin Bridge and next door to Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing, Cavanaugh’s River Deck offers casual cuisine and the perfect setting for a get-together with friends or a day out with the family.

CHART HOUSE RESTAURANT (27)

555 South Columbus Boulevard (215) 625-8383 www.chart-house.com Char t House Philadelphia offers a premier dining experience with outstanding cuisine and impeccable service. Located on Historic Penn’s Landing along the Delaware River, Char t House features the most spectacular views to be found in Philadelphia. Our delicious menu features fresh fish specialties, award-winning prime rib and the original Hot Chocolate Lava Cake. Complimentary Valet Parking Monday - Friday at 4:30PM, Saturday at 3:30PM & all day Sunday. Seasonal Patio Dining. Large par ties welcome. Serving dinner Monday - Friday at 5 PM, Saturday at 4PM and Sunday Brunch at 11AM. Happy Hour Monday - Friday 4:30PM - 7PM.

LA VERANDA RESTAURANT (13)

DAVE & BUSTER’S (7)

325 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 413-1951 www.daveandbusters.com Dave & Buster’s is a great place in Philadelphia to Eat. Drink. Play. Come and Escape into Play. Enjoy a chef-crafted menu, meet friends at one of their bars or let loose in our Million Dollar Midway packed full of simulators, video games, and tried and true favorites. No matter what you choose to do, at Dave & Buster’s, a unique experience awaits you. Dave & Buster’s specializes in Special Events. Whether you’re planning a banquet, anniversary, fund-raiser, meeting, reunion, or bir thday bash, they can easily accommodate up to 2,000 of your closest friends. Dave & Buster’s. Escape into Play.

HIBACHI JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE – PENN’S LANDING (8)

Pier 19 325 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 592-7100 www.hibachidining.com Coupling Japanese and Rustic American cuisine along with a panoramic view of the Delaware River and Ben Franklin Bridge, Hibachi of Penn’s Landing possesses all the qualities of a perfect dining experience. Enjoy the finest in steak and seafood skillfully prepared and presented with great flair by Master teppan-yaki chefs over an open

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Pier 3 Penn’s Landing (215) 351-1898 flame on your table top grill. The speed and dexterity of our chefs will dazzle you and the exotic, elegant atmosphere will delight you. Hibachi Japanese Steak House is the perfect setting for your most impor tant events with over 8,500 sq. ft. of private function space with capabilities of hosting weddings, special events and corporate meetings for up to 600 guests. Open Sundays at 12:00PM for Lunch. Live music and entertainment offered every Friday and Saturday evening from 6:30PM - 10:30PM.

KEATING’S RIVER GRILL (21) 201 South Columbus Boulevard (located in the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn‘s Landing) (215) 521-6509 www.keatingsrivergrill.com

Tantalize your senses in Keating’s River Grill and Bar. Enjoy breathtaking views, exceptional service and enticing food sizzling from an open-air kitchen. Savor a meal while dining outside on the waterfront terrace (weather permitting) or relax at a quiet window table with a refreshing cocktail. Guests may also enjoy a late night bar menu at Keating’s Bar, serving until midnight every night.

From its home on Pier 3, the elegant and newly renovated La Veranda Ristorante has boasted first-rate Roman cuisine, a wood burning grill and stunning river views for 18 years, making it one of the most successful Italian restaurants in the City.

MOSHULU RESTAURANT (25)

401 South Columbus Boulevard (215) 923-2500 www.moshulu.com A unique waterfront restaurant on one of the world’s grandest sailing ships. Enjoy our award winning cuisine and be transpor ted to the South Seas by the intimate setting of bamboo, rattan, woven leather and seductive fabrics. The outdoor decks offer amazing views of Philadelphia’s Waterfront along with casual al fresco dining, cocktails, and enter tainment. AAA - Four Diamond Star Rating Every Year Awards for Wine List and Best Views Lunch 11:30AM - 3:00PM Brunch 11:00AM - 3:00PM Dinner 5:00PM - 10:30PM

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


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TO GO AMERICAN SAILING TOURS (6) Callowhill Street and Columbus Boulevard (215) 900-7758 www.AmericanSailingTours.com

Day and evening cruises on the Delaware River aboard the Junk-rigged 48-foot schooner Summer Wind are a great way to see the city. With our unique History Sail, musical Tropical Sail, romantic Sunset Sail, or late-night Moonlight Sail, it’s Philadelphia like you’ve never seen it before!

BEN FRANKLIN YACHT (5) Callowhill Street and Columbus Boulevard (215) 629-TOUR www.benfranklinyacht.com

The Ben Franklin Yacht can be found on Columbus Boulevard at Callowhill Street, just two blocks from the Ben Franklin Bridge. The Ben Franklin Yacht offers a variety of cruise packages ranging from a sunset cruise throughout Philadelphia’s Historic Waterfront to a customized theme event. The Ben Franklin Yacht is a great venue for groups to celebrate any occasion. Cruise along the Delaware River and make memories that will last a lifetime!

BLUE CROSS RIVERRINK AT PENN’S LANDING (16)

Columbus Boulevard at Market Street (215) 925-RINK www.riverrink.com Open from November to March The Blue Cross RiverRink is the perfect place to ice skate outdoors and enjoy scenic views of the Ben Franklin Bridge. Featuring monthly special events with fun family activities for skaters.

COLUMBUS MONUMENT (23)

Columbus Boulevard and Dock Street This 106-ft monument designed by world-renowned architect Rober t Venturi was erected to commemorate the 500 th anniversary of the historic voyage of Christopher Columbus.

DELAWARE RIVER TRAIL (29) Begins Columbus Boulevard at Washington Avenue

The Delaware River trail is a mixeduse recreational path that has helped Philadelphians reconnect with their Delaware River Waterfront. Winding from the Pier 70 shopping center to Washington Avenue, the trail is the first phase of an extensive waterfront trail system that will eventually run the entire length of the Central Delaware waterfront, and at Allegheny Avenue will connect to the North Delaware Greenway.The trail creates a safe alternative to the busy traffic of Columbus Boulevard, opens up spectacular views of the waterfront and links to the Schuylkill River trail via Center City’s successful Pine and Spruce Street bike lanes. Opened in May 2010, this rudimentary trail was the first in a series of early action construction projects aimed at quickly providing public access to areas of the waterfront that had been closed to the public for decades. SugarHouse Casino completed a small section of waterfront trail through their property in the fall of 2009.This beautifully landscaped trail provides a panoramic view of the waterfront to the north and the south, including a wonderful view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. In late 2012 DRWC will be completing a new trail section that will connect this trail south all the way to Spring Garden Street.

(215) 922-2FUN All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


WHERE

TO GO THE PENN’S LANDING MARINA (24)

FESTIVAL PIER (3)

Columbus Boulevard and Spring Garden delawareriverevents.com Location for several successful gated and private events, including a series of concer ts produced by Live Nation.

RIVERSTAGE AT GREAT PLAZA (17) Columbus Boulevard and Chestnut Street www.delawareriverevents.com

The heart of Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia’s premier waterfront entertainment destination and home to the exciting RiverStage featuring nationally and internationally acclaimed artist. A variety of free events take place June through September, including outstanding free concerts, 11 different multicultural festivals, large screen outdoor movies, dazzling fireworks displays, signature family programming, and marquee talent.

INDEPENDENCE SEAPORT MUSEUM (18)

211 South Columbus Boulevard (215) 413-8655 www.phillyseaport.org Experience Philadelphia’s maritime heritage! Explore two floors of interactive exhibits and tour the Museum’s two National Historic Landmark ships: the Spanish American War era cruiser Olympia and the WWII era submarine Becuna. Watch boats being built and talk to the builders in the Workshop on the Water. New exhibits for 2012 include Home of the Brave, the War of 1812 in Art, Story & Song and Titanic Philadelphians, both on exhibit through December 31, 2012. Check website for special events.

301 South Columbus Boulevard (267) 228-1970 www.delawareriverevents.com

The Penn’s Landing Marina hosts the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Kayak Program June through August. The marina is available to private boaters, offering 24-hour security, electric, WiFi, cable connections, and water service from May to October. Please call or email marina@delawareriverwaterfrontcorp. com for rates and availability.

Paddle Penn’s Landing Experience an urban adventure on the water! The Pennsylvania Environmental Council and Hidden River Outfitters offer supervised kayaking and pedal swan boats in the Penn’s Landing Marina. Saturday and Sunday 12:00PM - 8:00PM. Swan Boats are $5 per person and children under 5 are free. Kayaks are $8 per person.

PENN TREATY PARK (1)

North Delaware Avenue at Columbia Avenue www.penntreatypark.org Penn Treaty Park is the Central Delaware’s largest riverfront green space, featuring seven acres of grass, shade and stunning scenery. Join the Friends of Penn Treaty Park from the Spring to the Fall for a full calendar of events, including music, festivals and more. Visit www. penntreatypark.org to find out more about all of the activities and to help support the park.

RACE STREET PIER (10) Columbus Boulevard and Race Street www.racestreetpier.com

Located at the end of Race Street along the water’s edge, the new park features a combination of interesting landscape architecture and a dramatic setting that offers spectacular views of the waterfront. Visitors can walk along the tree-lined paths and relax in the

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grassy areas while enjoying amazing views of the Ben Franklin Bridge, Center City, and the Delaware River from a totally new vantage point.The Race Street Pier is an integral part of a series of open space improvements proposed every half mile along the Central Delaware as part of the new Master Plan. Since its opening in May 2011, the Race Street Pier has become an award winning nationally acclaimed park and a great new waterfront destination.

RIDE THE DUCKS (9)

6th and Chestnut Street (877) 887-8225 www.phillyducks.com See the city and CRUISE the river aboard one amazing vehicle. This 70 minute amphibious tour takes visitors through Philadelphia’s Historic District, Old City, Society Hill, South Street and then onto the Delaware River. Knowledgeable captains en-TOUR-tain you with stories of past and present while visitors sit back and relax. Daily tours depart frequently March - November. Group rates and charters available. Book online or call for reservations.

SPIRIT OF PHILADELPHIA (26)

Columbus Boulevard at Lombard Circle Reservations (toll-free) (866) 211-3808 www.spiritofphiladelphia.com Experience Philadelphia from the water! “FUN”-filled lunch, dinner, and moonlight harbor cruises, which include bountiful buffets. Lively dance music and enter tainment by our staff along with fascinating views of the City and the historical waterfront, all for one price.

SUGARHOUSE CASINO (2) 1001 N. Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125 (877) 477-3715 www.sugarhousecasino.com

The excitement never ends at SugarHouse Casino, Philly’s casino. Jump right into the gaming thrills you love with over 1,600 of the hottest slots and more than 50 live table games. Find a table on our patio for gorgeous waterfront dining, or dance the night away at an outdoor par ty

with FREE live enter tainment four nights a week. And when you visit, take advantage of free self and valet parking. Get in on the action!

TALL SHIP GAZELA & TUGBOAT JUPITER (15) Docked along Penn’s Landing at Market Street (215) 283-0280 www.gazela.org

When not away visiting other ports, the historic tall ship Gazela and 1902 tugboat Jupiter can be found on the north end of Penn’s Landing at Market Street. Maintained and sailed by volunteers of the non-profit Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild, the city’s maritime ambassadors make appearances in Philadelphia and other Atlantic ports throughout the sailing season. Gazela is available to rent for special events, weddings and receptions. Educational tours and traditional seamanship and maritime skills classes for all ages may be arranged by contacting the Guild office. Come walk the decks of history!

WASHINGTON AVENUE GREEN (30) Columbus Boulevard at Washington Avenue www.washingtonavenuegreen.com

Washington Avenue Green was opened in October of 2010 as the City’s first new green public space on the Delaware River in decades. This one-acre park, conveniently located along the riverfront recreational trail, was designed to improve local wildlife habitat and is the first phase of what will hopefully become a much larger ecological park in future years. This new park space replaced the former concrete surfaces with native plantings including woodland, meadow, and wildflower species, made improvements to the existing trail, and addressed localized stormwater run-off and water quality. Other key components include enhanced views out to the pier and river and installation of interpretive signage to provide visitors with a deeper understanding of the site’s history, ecological context and function of the river and its upland edges, and interpretation of the site’s public art installation.

All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


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HYATT REGENCY PHILADELPHIA AT PENN’S LANDING (20)

201 South Columbus Boulevard (215) 928-1234 www.pennslanding.hyatt.com The Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing is the perfect location for any occasion. A prime waterfront location provides easy access to the Philadelphia International Airpor t, Pennsylvania Convention Center, historic “Old City” Philadelphia, great shopping and some of the City’s trendiest restaurants. Enjoy its luxuriously appointed guest rooms and experience all that our great city has to offer. Guests may also enjoy an indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center and outdoor sun deck.

PIER 3 (14)

3 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 351-4040 www.pier3.net Pier 3 at Penn’s Landing is a successful and desirable condominium residence that offers unique living on the Philadelphia Waterfront. The residents at Pier 3 enjoy unparalleled views of the activity on Philadelphia’s waterway and the Waterfront itself. The

PIER 5 (12)

7 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 351-4100 Pier 5 Residents enjoy 24-hour concierge service, private indoor parking and a multi-level atrium garden in a gated townhome waterfront community. Pier 5 is considered an upscale oasis along the Philadelphia Waterfront within walking distance of Penn’s Landing, Old City and South Street. Residents enjoy waterfront views every day.

THE RESIDENCES AT DOCKSIDE (28) 717 South Columbus Boulevard (215) 925-3000 www.docksidecondominiums.com Located on Penn’s Landing, The Residences at Dockside is a luxurious 16-story, gated waterfront community with convenient access to the City’s shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Dockside’s 242 petfriendly condominiums feature spacious terraces, designer kitchens, hardwood floors, ample storage space and extraordinary views. Dockside has one, two, and three bedroom units ranging in size from 836 to 2,000 square feet and star ting in the mid $200s. Owners enjoy the finest amenities, including a heated indoor pool and hot tub, fitness club, spacious resor t-style Club Room, free daily shuttle to Center City, and more! Stop in to our Sales Office and see what everyone is talking about!

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1 Penn Treaty Park 2 SugarHouse Casino 3 Festival Pier 4 Cavanaugh’s River Deck 5 Ben Franklin Yacht 6 American Sailing Tours 7 Dave & Buster’s 8 Hibachi 9 Ride the Ducks 10 Race Street Pier 11 Comfort Inn 12 Pier 5 13 La Veranda 14 Pier 3 15 Tall Ship Gazela & Tugboat Jupiter 16 Blue Cross RiverRink 17 The RiverStage at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing 18 Independence Seaport Museum 19 RiverLink Ferry 20 Hyatt Regency 21 Keating’s River Grill 22 Sheraton Society Hill 23 Columbus Monument 24 The Penn’s Landing Marina 25 Moshulu 26 Spirit of Philadelphia 27 Chart House 28 The Residences at Dockside 29 Delaware River Trail 30 Washington Avenue Green

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With 185 deluxe city and river view rooms, The Comfor t Inn Downtown Historic Area is conveniently located on the Waterfront, within walking distance of a variety of city venues and historical attractions. Amenities include, free deluxe continental breakfast, free city shuttle service, free high-speed Internet access, exercise rooms and a Lobby Bar.

Sheraton Society Hill, newly renovated and ideally situated in the heart of America’s most Historic Neighborhood. Just steps from our front door are some of the city’s best restaurants, nightlife & history. We feature the newly renovated and redesigned Restaurant & Bar, Taste. Contemporary American Cuisine, locally brewed beers and an international high caliber selection of global award winning wines. Enjoy our 4 story garden atrium lobby while enjoying refreshments at our Starbuck’s Cafe, reconnect at The Link at Sheraton, catch a workout in the new fitness center, take a swim in our indoor pool and drift off in comfort on our signature Sheraton “Sweet Sleeper” Bed. 6th

100 North Columbus Boulevard (215) 627-7900 www.comfortinnphila.com

Pier’s amenities include secure protected living with a 24-hour concierge, private indoor parking, a new renovated heated indoor pool, new modern equipped exercise facility, beautiful open space and much more.

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One Dock Street (215) 238-6000 www.sheraton.com/ societyhill

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All events are FREE and take place on the Great Plaza, unless otherwise noted.


Close to Historic Philadelphia, Old City and the Camden Waterfront

Penn Treaty Park corner of E. Columbia Ave. and Beach Street.

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For more information please call (215) 922-2FUN or visit our website at www.delawareriverevents.com. Michael A. Nutter, Mayor, City of Philadelphia Donn Scott, Chairman, Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Tom Corcoran, President, Delaware River Waterfront Corporation

Photography by: David Cruz, Daniel Burke Photography, Don Mennig, Edward Savaria and Suzanne Savaria/New Communications, Inc., Irishphiladelphia.com, Jeff Price Photography, Jake Krolick, Paul Loftland Photography/MAC, Pete Checchia, Ryan Collerd, Rusty Kennedy, Susan McAninley, Kait Privitera

All talent and show times were correct at press time, but are subject to change.


Penn's Landing 2012 Waterfront Plan & Play Guide  

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