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Are You Coming to the Philly for Change Picnic on Sunday!
If you are not planning to be in Wildwood for the annual Brady Bunch politco picnic, come to the PFC Picnic in Clark park instead. We always have a great time!
Come meet up with your old PFC buddies and make some new ones at Philly for Change's 3rd annual Summer Picnic!
We'll also announce the finalists for our Legacy Project too, so you won't want to miss it.
When: Sunday, July 29th, 1-6pm
Where: Clark Park, 45th and Kingsessing
Cost: $10 donation for food and drink
Bring your families, and bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on!
Clark Park is in West Philadelphia. You can take the 11, 13, 34 or 36 trolley. If you drive, there should be plenty of street parking. The picnic will be held near the basketball courts, near 45th and Kingsessing (which is between Chester and Woodland).
RSVP to attend the picnic here.
Our picnic is mostly just about having a good time so you can rest assured that there will be no speeches, action steps or anything else to do except eat and chat!