Pictorial: Fairmount Park Conservancy’s 4th Glow in the Park

Last week I overslept my nap and missed the opening of the Philly Film Fesitval and Glow in the Park

 The Fairmount Park Conservancy sent over a few photos of the event. It was as cool as I suspected. How awesome we have a beautiful, fun park such as Fairmount Park, and an organization that cares for its upkeep as well as putting on events that showcase it’s beauty, as if nature wasn’t enough.

 GLOW in the Park is the Fairmount Park Conservancy’s 4th annual event to showcase Philly’s  amazing parks and build the next generation of park champions. Event will take place at the   Smith Memorial Arch, which will glow in the dark with music, food, and drinks. Entertainment   includes an aerialist, glow hula hoop dancing with Hooping with Dana, music from the   Slippery Band, a Poseybooth photo booth, and more. Food and drinks feature favorite   Philadelphia food trucks Cow and the Curd, Poi Dog, Bonjour Creperie, Just Jackies and Dre’s   Water Ice as well as Whistle Pig with a whiskey-based specialty cocktail, and s’mores for   cooking over the fire pits.

 “Entertainment scheduled included an aerialist,
glow-in-the-dark hula hooping and live music. Food and drink will be
made available thanks to a lineup of food trucks, and local distiller
WhistlePig will be there with a promised whiskey-based cocktail and all
the fixin’s you’ll need to make s’mores.

 The Fairmount Park Conservancy exists to champion the Fairmount Park system.  Its mission  is to work as a collaborative partner to lead and support efforts that preserve and improve   Fairmount Park to enhance the quality of life and stimulate the economic development of the   Greater Philadelphia Region. The Fairmount Park Conservancy fulfills its mission by leading   signature capital projects and innovative programs throughout Fairmount Park; by   developing and leveraging resources for the park; and by promoting the parks’ unique assets   and contributions.

 The Fairmount Park system covers more than 10,200 acres and is  
considered one of the largest urban park systems in the world.  It
includes a network of more   than 100 neighborhood parks and contains
some of the region’s most famous treasures and   attractions. For more
information, please visit Like the Fairmount  
Park Conservancy on Facebook at and Follow on   Instagram and Twitter @myphillypark.

Thanks to Albert Yee for the Fairmount Park Conservancy for taking this pictures.