GlobalPhilly Calendar

Saturday, September 16 2017

12:00am - 11:59pm

A World Cup-style tournament held over several months, the Philadelphia International Unity Cup unites the city’s neighborhoods and celebrates its diverse immigrant communities through soccer. The brainchild of Mayor Jim Kenney, the Unity Cup became an annual tradition after its massively successful inaugural year in 2016. Matches of the day include Puerto Rico vs. Indonesia and Ukraine vs. Brazil.

11:00am - 6:00pm
The Print Center is delighted to present an exhibition, guest curated by Ruth Fine, in conjunction with the Association for Public Art's installation of Puryear's temporary monumental work Big Bling.
     
12:00am - 11:59pm

Thursdays through Sundays from 6-10pm

5:52pm

This global EF conference, in partnership with the City of Malaga and Malaga Valley, is co-sponsored by two separate EF Country Chapters: Spain and Jordan, working across different regions, united by a common theme, and will put on center stage a dramatic example of collaboration between Eisenhower Fellows across national borders and regions.

8:00pm - 2:30pm

A captivating operatic whodunit

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts and librettist Mark Campbell, the team behind the acclaimed Silent Night, return to Opera Philadelphia for the world premiere of a chamber opera based on Peter Ackroyd's "downright exhilarating" (LA Times) novel, The Trial of Elizabeth Cree.

8:00am - 5:00pm

Our 3rd International Exposition for the World from the City of Brotherly Love!

45 days packed with all things international - here in the Greater Philly region as well as abroad - Sept. 15 through Nov 1st, 2017

150 interesting and festive events will be presented by GPA’s diverse membership - reflecting how GLOBAL Philadelphia Association has become.

8:00pm - 2:30pm

12:00pm

In September 2003, Warren Oree and Graziella DiNuzzo of LifeLine Music Coalition used their own funds to create the first Philadelphia Jazz and Poetry Festival – a three- day event on the weekend of September 11th, which included over 14 venues (mostly FREE). With the desire to continue to promote and showcase Philly Jazz musicians and artists, Graziella and Warren gathered the support of the Philly business community for funding and support.