7150 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119, USA 0.78 mi
114 East Mount Airy Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119, USA 0.92 mi
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438 East Durham Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119, USA 1.32 mi
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Community: Gallery Opening @ Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We are proud to present Community, a gallery show celebrating the art work of Schuylkill Center members.  Community is a non-juried, salon-style exhibition, open to Schuylkill Center members, neighbors, staff, and volunteers.  Featuring artists of any medium, style, theme, or concept, this show will create a portrait of our community, of a vibrant, diverse, and multifaceted community of makers.  Community will reveal how people see nature in Philadelphia, and inspire everyone to connect with nature in their own way.

For details on submitting work to Community, please see here.

Acupuncture: A Wellness Approach to Health @ Community Acupuncture of Mt. Airy (CAMA)
Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Acupuncture:  A Wellness Approach to Health

Did you know there is an affordable, holistic wellness center in Mt. Airy that treats all types of conditions without the side effects of drugs? Are you struggling with pain of any kind, gynecological problems/menopause symptoms, a digestive disorder, immune system dysfunction, anxiety, depression, cancer or other chronic condition?  Acupuncture is undoubtedly ancient medicine for modern times, providing a drug free solution to chronic pain and ailments, and the profound relaxation so important for managing the impact of stress.  In a friendly atmosphere that encourages questions, learn how important it is to be wellness (vs. symptom) oriented, how our lifestyle choices affect our longevity and find out if we can help your specific condition!


Also included:

Status report on the US health care system:  How are we doing?

Are we winning the “war on cancer” declared in 1971?

The importance of nutrition for preventing and treating cancer.

Elise Rivers, Esq., M.Ac., has been practicing Chinese medicine for more than 18 years and is the founder of Philadelphia’s first sliding scale clinic Community Acupuncture of Mt Airy–A Wellness Center (CAMA).   She and her staff of wellness professionals are committed to making holistic health an affordable and convenient option.  For more than a decade, Elise has enjoyed sharing the profound benefits of acupuncture and a wellness orientation with the Mt Airy community, and is on the faculty of Pennsylvania’s first acupuncture school, the Won Institute in Glenside.

The Circuit: The History and Future of America’s Best Regional Trail System @ Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education
Feb 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The 6th Annual Richard L. James Lecture

One of the region’s great environmental stories is the explosive growth of the Circuit, the 750-mile trail network that connects the city to its nine surrounding counties, with long-distance links to the Poconos, DC and the Susquehanna River.  Among the country’s premiere urban trail networks, a new section of The Circuit makes the news almost weekly.  But how did The Circuit start?  And where is it going next?  Architect and planner Robert Thomas, a founder and principal of Campbell Thomas & Co., has been advocating for, plus planning and designing, trails for 40 years, while writing many of its groundbreaking studies.  Bob presents the first comprehensive history of The Circuit while looking boldly ahead to where our trails take us next.

Bob Thomas Head Shot on South Street 2014-03-25 004 croppedAbout the Speaker

Bob Thomas is a partner of Campbell Thomas & Co. Architects, founded in 1976 and a firm noted for historic preservation, energy conscious design, community development, greenways, accessible design and appropriate technology.  As partner in charge of numerous architectural, planning, greenway, solar, bicycle and public transportation projects he has worked with such agencies as Philadelphia’s Parks and Recreation Department, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation , and the Montgomery County Planning Commission.