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Hidden City Philadelphia Launches this Saturday!

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Dear Treasure Hunters,
The time has come to put on your hard hat and venture into the unknown wonders of Philadelphia. Starting this Saturday, May 30, forgotten realms will be open and waiting for you to discover their secrets. Come explore the hidden stories of our city.

Not only will there be amazing dance performances at sites like the The Met (see really cool photo to the right) but installations of thought-provoking contemporary art at Founder's Hall too (see other cool photo to the right).

And now, for a limited time, you can purchase special edition prints of 19 different Hidden City Photographs from renowned photographer Joseph E.B. Elliot. 
  Shop for Hidden City Photos
But if that wasn't enough - we've also created a fun opportunity to help you share the insights of Hidden City with your friends and family, The Hidden City Philadelphia Card Game. Build city landmarks, meet local citizens, and find yourself a part of the action in Philadelphia's diverse neighborhoods.
  The Card Game
We want to continue to offer opportunities for people to experience our city's unknown history - most of these wonderful projects are free to the public. Please consider making a donation of $25 to Hidden City so that we can continue to offer this programming.
  Donate Now
For more information, including a download of the Hidden City treasure map and a complete schedule visit:
  Hidden City Philadelphia Schedule
We look forward to seeing you there,

Jay Wahl
Managing Producer
Hidden City Philadelphia
 

About the author

Andrew Goodman, Community Engagement Director, New Kensington Community Development Corporation

Goodman is currently the Community Engagement Director at the New Kensington Community Development Corporation.

Previously, Goodman worked as a city planner and project manager for PennPraxis. His focus was on projects that combined community engagement and public space design, including the Central Delaware Waterfront Planning Process, the Green2015 initiative for Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, and the Bartram’s Mile project in Southwest Philadelphia.  Goodman was an early contributor to PlanPhilly and helped shape the site in its first iteration.  As PlanPhilly grew, Goodman represented the publisher and provided professional planning input and project management support as the site expanded its beat coverage, went through multiple redesigns, conducted an internal strategic plan, and researched revenue generation opportunities.



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