Walking Fish shows
B. Someday Productions presents the final show of its season, Suburban Motel – two plays in repertory. The plays, Featuring Loretta and The End of Civilization will play through June 30 at the Walking Fish Theatre. Specific show dates and times listed online at www.walkingfishtheatre.com. Ticket prices are $20 for a single show and $30 for both. Walking Fish Theatre is located at 2509 Frankford Ave. Tickets can be purchased online at no extra charge, or at the door. ••
AMS movement classes
Angler Movement Studio is offering classes in basic movement for both adults and children, as well as adult classes in African dance, ballet, Pilates, kickboxing, stretch, Tai Chi, and more. AMS will offer continuous six-week sessions that can be paid for in advance ($80), or any class can be taken on a per class basis for a drop in rate of $15.
Drop in for classes at the studio, 1550 E. Montgomery Ave., and visit the studio online and view a class schedule at www.anglermovementarts.com. ••
EKNA to meet
General community meeting Monday, June 18. Doors 6:30 p.m., meeting begins at 7 p.m. Location: Urban Worship Center, 2006 E Cumberland St. EKNA’s summer meetings will be held at the Urban Worship Center. They will be returning to the Philadelphia Brewing Company in September. Please see www.ekna.org, or email email@example.com for more information. ••
Bingo at LSH
The Lutheran Settlement House, at Frankford Avenue and Master Street, will host bingo on Friday, June 22. A special lunch will be for sale at 11:30 a.m. $7 admission includes five lap cards and a free chance on the door prize.
For more information and to reserve a spot in the game, call Mary at 215-426-8610 x202. Septa Routes 5 and 25 stop at the front door of LSH. ••
Konrad Square flea market
Friends of Konrad Square will host a flea market Saturday June 23 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Konrad Square at Tulip and Dauphin Streets. To rent a space call Vicky at 215-426-9654. ••
FNA to meet
On Tuesday, June 19, the Fishtown Neighbors Association zoning meeting will be held at the Fishtown Rec. Center, 1202 E. Montgomery Ave. All residents of Fishtown are eligible to vote on the issues below.
Please bring proof of residence or business ownership in the form of a driver’s license or a photo ID and a lease, utility bill, or recent piece of mail addressed to your home or business.
The following addresses are up for zoning discussion: at 6:30 p.m., 1561 Hewson St.: a proposal for the legalization of an existing home (rear addition). At 7 p.m., 624 Flora St.: a proposal for seven homes. At 7:30 p.m., 1100 E. Hewson St.: a proposal to convert 11 properties into 12. ••
Port Richmond West CAN to meet
The next meeting of Port Richmond West CAN will take place on Wednesday evening, June 20 at 7 p.m. at Firm Hope Baptist Church at 2313 East Auburn St. Hear about community developments planned for the area, including a storm water park, and an energetic affordable housing proposal.
The CAN will be joined by City Planner David Fecteau and new L&I Commissioner Carlton Williams is invited as well. For details: PortRichmondWestCAN@Gmail.com or 267-650-6168. ••
Customer appreciation day
At Sweets and Treats shop, 3138 Richmond St. June 16, noon until close. Because of community support, the shop was able to expand to now carry Hershey’s ice cream and an Asher’s chocolate counter. The shop will give every customer a free scoop of ice cream and samples of Asher’s chocolates and Jelly Belly jellybeans. ••
Join St. Anne’s choir
The music program at St. Anne’s Church, located at 2328 E. Lehigh Ave., is looking for choral singers to join the church’s festival choir. The choir will sing at the Solemn Closing of the Novena to St. Anne on Thursday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
The choir rehearses on Wednesday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Anne’s. For more information, contact Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-865-0585. ••
Palmer Street garage sale
On the 1100 block of Palmer Street on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All are invited to attend. ••
Flea market and bake sale
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 88 will hold a flea market and bake sale Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Baked goods and refreshments will be sold inside Elm Tree Post 88, 1414 Palmer St.
There will be a flag retirement ceremony inside the Palmer Cemetery around 2 p.m. Flea market tables will be set up on the sidewalk of the cemetery and cost $8 to reserve; please call Marge at 215-426-6435 or Ginny at 215-425-3605. ••
Block Captain Bootcamp
Saturday, June 16, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Roberto Clemente Promise Academy, 122 W. Eerie Ave. Join Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez, the Philadelphia Prevention Partnership, and the Latino Empowerment Alliance of Delaware Valley (LEAD) at the 1st Annual Block Captain-Community Leader Boot Camp!
The camp will provide block captains, community representatives and concerned residents with an opportunity to learn about the many resources and information available to them from the City of Philadelphia.
There will be representatives from the City departments of Streets, Licenses and Inspections, Health, PhillyRising, Recreation, Water and Revenue, and more.
Learn how to keep your block clean, organize a block party, and take advantage of recreation summer camp opportunities, senior and resident tax discounts, and LIHEAP funding. Meet your 7th Council District neighbors and organizations.
To register call 215-686-3448 or email Diana.Ortiz@phila.gov.
Space is limited so reservations are strongly encouraged! ••
Problem gambling education
The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania presents a free training session for community leaders, faith-based program managers, social service providers and counselors to learn more about problem gambling in Pennsylvania and Philadelphia.
The program is a focused training initiative on gambling-related issues crucial in identifying and providing needed services to individuals and communities.
It is instructed by Jason Radosky, LCSW, CADC of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. The session is free; refreshments will be provided. June 19 from 4:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Atonement Lutheran Church at 1544 E. Montgomery Ave.
Register at councilsepa.org or call 215-489-6120 x1. ••
Summer Youth Arts Workshop
Asian Arts Initiative, a community-based arts center, is seeking applications for its annual free Summer Youth Arts Workshop and Summer Youth Lounge.
The weekday workshop sessions are hosted at the Initiative’s headquarters in Chinatown (1219 Vine St.) from July 9 to August 17.
Led by professional teaching artists who serve as mentors for youth interested in the arts, the sessions are free and open to Philadelphia public, private and charter school students in grades six through 12.
The registration deadline is June 15. To register, parents can call John Park at 215-557-0455, ext. 228, or email email@example.com. ••