Fun things to safely do in Philly this weekend

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Shop till you drop at Kin Boutique this weekend.
Kin Boutique

Looking for some fun, unique and safe ways to spend your weekend? In the age of social distancing, Metro has you covered. Philly establishments have come up with inventive ways to have fun this weekend while staying healthy.

Kin Boutique’s Patio Sale 

Shoppers can head to the chic Kin Boutique this weekend for their annual patio sale, with markdowns of up to 90% off. Along with the markdowns, Kin has also added $25, $50 and $75 sale racks and a brand new pop-up sample sale and vintage section with sale items including denim, dresses, outwear, loungewear, sweaters, tops and t-shirts, swim, shoes, bags and accessories and much more. For the sale, the store’s stylists have gone through previously worn and consigned tops, shoes, bottoms and a curated vintage section for Philadelphians to shop through. The store will be limiting the amount of people allowed on the patio, in accordance with city guidelines, so shoppers are encouraged to arrive early to get on the waitlist. Complimentary drinks and snacks will be served, including a special surprise from JIGGY coffee while you wait for your turn to shop as well. 

1014 Pine St.,

Kin Boutique

The Better Project’s Day of Wellness for Women in Philadelphia

After the year we’ve had, we could all use some time to unwind. Luckily, there is a day of wellness for women from The Better Project happening this Saturday, April 10. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., visitors will be able to indulge in exercises revolving around mindfulness, meditation, empowerment, community, gratitude and love. On the docket for the day: Barre by Barre3 Rittenhouse, meditation by Marissa Nash, guest speaker Bonkosi of Freedom Apothecary, a wellness panel with Liz Fever of Liz Wears What, Latasha Marie and Naseemah Palmer of Vivid Belle, journaling with Hava Rose of the Write Echo, brunch on the pier, a live podcast with the Lipstick League, music by Kat Bancer and more.

InLiquid’s Visual Art Auction

Now through April 11, Philadelphians are invited to join an art auction that will do some good for the creative community in Philly. The art from InLiquid’s annual benefit will be on display at Crane Arts Icebox Project Space, InLiquid Gallery and online, and appointments can be made to see the pieces in person. InLiquid’s annual benefit auction this year casts the spotlight on a curated selection of contemporary art by over 200 local and regional artists. According to a release, highlights of this year’s benefit include a living room vignette by Floss Barber Inc. Interior Design in collaboration with Duval Art Consultancy. Together, they have curated and designed 10 “perfect products” ranging from egg-shell thin Murano Italian glasses to custom carpets from Nepal for their first The Women I Have Known line. Proceeds from art sales support InLiquid and each artist directly. InLiquid’s mission with their annual benefit auction is to provide a leading cultural and social event in Philadelphia that showcases a premier collection of contemporary art, craft, and design, alongside items and gift certificates from local restaurants and businesses.

1400 N. American St. #314,

Lumos’ HIIT Class 

Lumos Yoga and Barre is hitting the month of April hard… with HIIT classes that is, and the first class is this Saturday, April 10 at 11 a.m. Mike Watkins, founder of Festive Fitness, will be leading the 45-minute workout guaranteed to boost your mood and energy. The class description says that the workout will begin with dynamic mobility exercise, followed by a total body workout focused on strength and endurance. This workout is for all bodies, and modifications will be shown for most, if not all exercises. Classes are $15, or, Philadelphians can use an existing class package to participate. 


2001 Green St.,

The Bourse’s Baseball Movie Night  

Old City’s own artisanal food hall has a new incentive to head to their venue for baseball lovers and film aficionados every Friday night starting this week. With their new outdoor movie series, ‘There’s No Crying in Baseball,’ Philadelphians will be able to watch 90’s baseball classics on the big screen on their Fifth Street patio for a safe and socially distanced outdoor movie screening from 7 to 10 p.m. each week in April. Each table seats up to four guests and costs a flat fee of $40, so groups of one, two, three or four only need to purchase one ticket. This week’s film is ‘Angels in the Outfield’, and moviegoers are invited to the patio starting at 6 p.m. to enjoy snacks and refreshments from select food hall vendors prior to the movie.

111 S. Independence Mall E.,