Sunday, February 14, 2016

The PHS Pop-up Beer Garden is back for one weekend only

It was one of our favorite things of summer and now it's back - for a limited time only.

The PHS Pop-up Beer Garden is back for one weekend only

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The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society´s pop-up beer garden, with amphitheater seating built from shipping pallets, offered a spot to relax on South Broad Street in Center City.  (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's pop-up beer garden, with amphitheater seating built from shipping pallets, offered a spot to relax on South Broad Street in Center City. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

With a snowstorm hurling toward us, we’re dreaming of better days. And what better way get back that “feeling of summer” then to bring back one of the most popular outdoor attractions along the Avenue of the Arts?

For one week only, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is bringing back its popular Pop-up Beer Garden for a special winter weekend. Don’t fret the chilly air or snow because there will be heated tents with ample amounts of seating as well as delicious beer provided by Yards Brewing Company. There will also be a tree-themed installation, in honor of the upcoming PHS Flower Show, created by Brian Hoffman Design.

February 14 - 16, 4 - 9 p.m.
313 S. Broad St. (Avenue of the Arts, south) 

[uwishunu]

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