Weekend Update: Fairmount Arts & Culture Day, Clark Maloney’s Memorial & Get Christy Love

Another packed weekend with lots of stops, and I am so behind in everything. So I’m going to do a little wrap up of the weekend here with info you might be interested in.

 Thanks Replica Creative for having an exhibit of my #Selfie work on your walls on Friday. So fun seeing them printed. Thanks to my friends who stopped by…You guys have to see how this decal photo thing looks like. It’s great. Easy on, and easy off. Easy storage.

 Saturday was the Fairmount Arts & Culture Day in the neighborhood. It was a nice turnout for their first time. Lots of local business’ took part in the day as well as civic organizations.

Here comes the mascot for Recycle Philly. Check out all the updates going on in the neighborhood HERE!

Saturday night is was nice to see a lot of friends and celebrate a very Happy Birthday
 Get Christie Love. Nice gathering with a few friends, and lots of good looking relatives of the Honigman’s. It runs in the family.
 Sunday I headed to Morgan’s Pier and Clark Maloney‘s Memorial Gathering.

 A very nice crowd came out to reminisce about Clark, who passed away suddenly last month.

 His brother, sister and other relatives were on hand as well as organizers Angela and Gary Thorpe.
 Plenty of friends, bosses, partners and roommates.

 Rocking Matching Rock Lobster shirts.

 On my way back to my car, which was parked about a mile away cause so much was happening on the river Sunday, I stopped by River Rink at Penns Landing. What a gorgeous place, lots of families, food, drink, beer garden, chairs, rockers, picnic tables, and wheelchair accessible. Highly recomended.
 Monday night I went to the launch/award recognition of a new blog called Philly Happenings. I’ll write more about this event later in the week with party photos. For me it’s time for bed as the storms roll in. Wait one last thing…

Stop by Potito’s Bakery next week and pick up a delicious cannoli 
for National Cannoli Day on June 16! They have locations at Juniper and Walnut, 16th and Ritner and in Fairmount just off Spring Garden on 19th Street.