Every year in the Courtyard of Philadelphia City Hall,
local musicians Jan and John Haigis

lead a sing-along of Groundhog Day Carols to celebrate the changing seasons. See
them tomorrow between 12 & 2PM in City Hall’s Courtyard.

Singing new words
to traditional songs by singer/songwriters
John and Jan Haigis
folks will celebrate this
special time of year (when
we are all ready for spring
but spring is not quite ready for us). Groundhog Day marks the midpoint between the solstice and the equinox, (40 days before, �40 days after) Song Sheets will be provided
Please join us as we welcome continuing hope of SPRING !!!!!!!� Questions? chrismayphilly

Punxsutawney Phil has spotted his shadow, meaning a predicted six more weeks of winter. Head to for more.Please call (610) 58300788 or visit

Saturday Snow Photos
I love this shot I took with my phone
Issaiah Zagar’s Magical Glass Garden on South Street
Don’t complain about your job…
One of my favorite buildings in the City
Cafe Ole in Old City must have a heater under it’s sidewalk

Elfreth’s Alley
It will just be a matter of time before the Headhouse Farmer’s Market sets up shop
IM Pei’s Society Towers

Interesting house in Atlantic County
Ocean City Boardwalk. My parents had a house in Stone Harbor for most of my life and it rarely snowed down the shore, so when I heard that the shore got more snow than us I zipped down there to get a few shots.
Visiting with my nieces and brother-in-laws in Somers Point, NJ
I love the beach in every season
Ocean City lost a lot of beach from the November Nor’Easter. These pilings were completely covered by sand before the storm.
Before long you might be using your iron on Jaws
but I’m not placing my bets on either the Ground Hog or these folks to predict when Spring is to arrive
but I can predict that I will be traveling to summer in about 12 days.

for a week.