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Six October Fall Activities in the Philadelphia Area for Natural Living Enthusiasts

October is here! We’re looking forward to pulling out our cozy sweaters and sipping on warm beverages. Whether you’re looking for a family friendly event or a chance to give yourself some self-care, here are some Philadelphia area events to kick-off fall.

Chair Yoga

Fumo Family Library
October 7 | 12:30 p.m.

Chair yoga is a twist on traditional yoga, making it accessible for any age. This program is for adults and groups of 2 or more people, must call the librarian at 215-685-1758 before coming to class.

Tall Trees Nature Playdate

Schuylkill Center
October 11 | 4pm - 5pm

Come play, explore, and dream with your child immersed in the Tall Trees Playscape. The wonder of nature provides opportunities for imagination, freedom, and creativity.

Anatomy for Alignment & Empowerment: A stretching and self-massage workshop

Studio 34 Yoga
October 16 | 7pm - 9pm

In this workshop series attendees will learn basic functional anatomy and apply that knowledge to their own bodies through self-massage, assisted stretching, and yoga postures. Participants will leave with resources and instructions to incorporate this knowledge into their at-home practices. 

ecoWURD Environmental Justice Summit


October 20 | 2pm - 5pm

Join WURD Radio for dynamic community conversations about the connections between race, income and the environment locally, regionally and nationally – with a primary focus on Philadelphia.

Twist Out Workshop

Marsh + Mane
October 27 | 1pm - 3pm

It's officially Twist Out season! The humidity is gone (sort of) so this means your twists will last a little longer. Join Marsh + Mane for their next workshop led by Marisa Peale.

Autumn on the Avenue

Mt. Airy Business Association
October 30 | 3:30 - 6pm

The Go Mt. Airy Business Association invites families to bring kids in costume for a pre-Halloween trick-or-treat with warm beverages and fun activities on the 6700 and 6800 blocks of Germantown Avenue.