,,,<div class="centerheader">welcome to the</div><div class="centerheader">S(text-style: "fade-in-out")[ome] E(text-style: "fade-in-out")[vents in] P(text-style: "fade-in-out")[hilly] T(text-style: "fade-in-out")[o] A(text-style: "fade-in-out")[ttend]</div> <div class="centerheader">calendar</div>
[[mutual aid/jail support]]
💌[[please submit stuff]]💌
if something is no longer happening or is inaccuarate, please email septacalendar at protonmail dot com.
<a href="https://septacalendar.neocities.org/accessibilityinfo.html" target="_blank">accessibility information for venues</a>
If any links are broken, please email septacalendar at protonmail dot com.
<h3>A Space-</h3> The A Space front door is at ground level. The gender neutral bathroom is very small.
<h3> Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse</h3>There is a bit of a bump to get in the front door, but once inside, Amalgam is completely wheelchair accessible. Has gender neutral bathrooms.
<h3> The Art Dept</h3> The building is not ADA compliant. The doorway can fit smaller wheelchairs, but in general it is not wheelchair accessible.
The bathroom is gender neutral. At times natural incense is burned, but upon requests, it can be only fresh air.
<h3> Asian Arts Initiative</h3> The Asian Arts Initiative building is fully ADA compliant with all areas of all floors accessible by wheelchair, including the bathrooms. Both non-gendered and individually isolating restrooms are available on each floor, all equipped with changing stations. There is comfortable seating available in the event space.
<h3>The Cedar Works-</h3> ADA accessible space and gender neutral bathrooms. Seating is available for all body sizes.
<h3>Common Beat Music</h3>The front door has a step of about 4 inches. Most events are held in the back courtyard, and the aisles of the shop are wide enough for most wheelchairs, but there is one more small step from the door frame of about 2 or 3 inches into the back yard. Smoking is allowed in the back courtyard. The bathroom is 4ft x 10ft and maintains a width of roughly 32 inches throughout, but may be tight for wheelchairs to maneuver because it's built into a corner.
<h3>Cousin Danny's</h3>Shows on the second floor, accessible by a flight of stairs, or a steep ramp. The bathrooms are gendered and are small. Venue is not scent/smoke free.
<h3>The Dolphin Bar-</h3>The Dolphin is ADA accessible.
<h3>FringeArts</h3>FringeArts Theater is equipped with a wheelchair accessible ramp entrance as well as an elevator. We have 20 wheelchair and companion seats available in the theater’s standard layout. Please talk to the FringeArts Front of House manager upon arrival for assistance. Limited wheelchair accessible parking is available. Please call 215-413-1318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure your accessible parking spot.
Accessibility service requests require one month’s notice. Complimentary companion seats are available to patrons who require a paid Personal Care Attendant (PCA). Please contact Patron Services directly to reserve a PCA ticket. Contact Patron Services email@example.com or call 215-413-1318 for a complete list of accessibility options, accessibility service requests, questions and comments. Some accessibility services offered include:<ul><li>Audio Description for patrons who are blind or low-vision
<li>Hearing Assistance Headsets for patrons who are hearing impaired
<li>Relaxed Performances- Adapted productions that aim to reduce anxiety and accommodate audience members with sensory needs.
<li>Open Captioning for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing
<li>ASL Interpretation for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing</ul>FringeACCESS- Pennsylvania ACCESS Card holders can receive up to four (4) tickets discounted to $2 each for any FringeArts performance at the FringeArts Theater. For more information about FringeACCESS click <a href="https://fringearts.com/accessibility/fringeaccess-membership-program/" target="_blank">here.</a>
For a description of what to expect when you come to one of our performances, check out our <a href="https://n74df333l0p11ftok3gpzqtz-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Going-To-The-FringeArts-Theater_Venue-Guide_October-14th.pdf" target="_blank"</a>Accessibility Guide.</a>
All info taken from the FringeArts website's extremely thorough webpages detailing their accessibility information. <a href="https://fringearts.com/accessibility/" target="_blank">Find more infomation here.</a>
<h3>Front St Dive</h3>
Front Street Dive is located on the second floor of Victoria Freehouse and is only accessible by a flight of stairs. Gender Neutral single-stall restrooms are located in the basement, which is only accessible by a flight of stairs.
<h3>Icebox Projects Space</h3>There is a ramp to the front door. Bathrooms are wheelchair accessible, and gendered.
<h3>Inner Rhythms-</h3> "The studio is up one flight of 20 stairs." (from <a href="https://www.innerrhythmsmusic.com/contact.html/" target="_blank"> innerrhythmsmusic.com</a>)
<h3>Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)</h3>ICA tries to make as many accommodations as possible to meet our visitors’ needs. If you have questions regarding our accessibility, or need assistance for your visit, please contact us.<ul><li>Free WiFi (log on PennGuest)</li><li>Service animals welcome</li><li>A map of the building with accessibility information can be found <a href="https://icaphila.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Updated-ICA-Access-Map.pdf" target="_blank">here</a></li><li>A gender-neutral accessible restroom is available on the first floor, self-identified gendered restrooms are also available on the first floor.</li><li>Water fountains are located near the restrooms on the first floor.</li><li>All galleries are accessible by the elevator, which also gives access to the mezzanine and terrace with the assistance of a staff member.</li><li>A wheelchair is available for visitors who need assistance.</li><li>Gallery stools are available for all visitors upon request at the front desk.</li><li>Large print gallery guides are available for visitors to borrow while in the galleries. Please inquire with visitor services staff at the front desk.</li></ul> from <a href="https://icaphila.org/visit/" target ="_blank">icaphila.org</a>
<h3>Khyber Pass Pub</h3>Events are held on the second floor, up a flight of stairs.
<h3>Little Berlin</h3> There are fours stairs going up to the door, and four stairs down from the door. The bathroom is on the first floor. The bathroom is gender neutral. Smoking is not allowed inside, but smoking is allowed in the courtyard area.
<h3>Parkway Central Library</h3>Facilities include:<ul><li>Baby changing station</li><li>Children's only restroom</li><li>Computers for public use</li><li>Electrical outlets available</li><li>Handicapped accessible</li><li>Meeting space (reservation required)</li><li>Pay phone</li><li> Photocopier (black/white)</li><li> Printing (black/white)</li><li>Public restrooms</li><li>Scanner</li><li>Screen magnify tools</li><li>Screen-reading software (JAWS)</li><li> Self-service checkout</li><li>Water fountain</li><li>Wireless internet access (wi/fi)</li></ul>from <a href="https://libwww.freelibrary.org/locations/parkway-central-library" target="_blank">freelibrary.org</a>
<h3>Paul Robeson House</h3>About 4-5 steps to the front door. The bathroom is small and gender neutral, with a grab bar installed near the toilet.
<h3>Philadelphia Film Center</h3>The Philadelphia Film Society is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all patrons. <ul><li><h4>Wheelchair Access</h4> The Philadelphia Film Center is designed for wheelchair access. The main lobby entrance is ramped, and restrooms are accessible in the lower lobby via elevator. For patrons attending an event in the Black Box Theater there is also an accessible restroom on the second floor. Performances in the Mainstage are accessible from the main lobby, and performances in the second-floor Black Box Theater are accessible via elevator. Wheelchair accessible locations, designated aisle transfer seats (Mainstage only), and companion seating are available for all performances, and may be purchased online or by calling our box office at 215-422-4580. For general admission events wheelchair accessible, designated aisle transfer seats (Mainstage only), and companion seating are available on a first come, first served basis. To ensure comfort and emergency evacuation safety, Philadelphia Film Center ushers will store mobility assistive devices once patrons have reached their seats, and will ensure that patrons shall have access to their devices upon request, or during breaks in the performance, and at the performance end.<li><h4>Assistive Listening</h4>Assistive Listening Devices for patrons who need additional amplification are available for live events (Mainstage only). Please inquire with House Management upon arrival to obtain a device.<li><h4>Service Animals</h4> Trained service animals are welcome at the Philadelphia Film Center.</li><li><h4>ASL- American Sign Language (ASL)</h4> interpretation may be available for select events. To request accommodations, send requests at least three weeks prior to the event date to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 267-239-2941.</li></ul> <a href="http://filmadelphia.org/pfc-accessibility/" target="_blank">from filmadelphia.org</a>
<h3>Philadelphia Museum of Art</h3> <ul><li>All floors are accessible by elevator. <li>There is seating in almost every third gallery. <li>Free wheelchairs are available inside each entrance, first-come, first-served. Adjustable height canes with rubber tips also available. <li>Audio tours are free for visitors who are blind or partially sighted. Request them at any Visitor Services Desk, located near all entrances. <li>For large-print and braille materials, contact us three weeks before your visit at 215-684-7602 or AccessProg@philamuseum.org. <li>Visitors with Mobility, Hearing, Visual, or Intellectual Disabilities: We can adapt tours to meet your needs and interests, and provide touchable and visual materials to bring artwork to life.</ul> more information at <a href="https://www.philamuseum.org/visit/accessibility" target="_blank">philamuseum.org</a>
<h3>PhilaMOCA</h3> Single step to get into the room, we have a metal ramp right next to the front door that takes a second to set up, there will be a staff member at the door who can set it up no problem.
<h3Plantasia</h3>There are seven steps down to enter through the basement door, then three steps up past that door to get to the leveled basement. There is a bathroom in the basement. Venue is not smoke free. The ceiling is very low.
<h3>The Rotunda</h3>The Rotunda is wheelchair accessible. Smoking is not allowed inside. On the main floor there is a large, unisex, single occupancy bathroom. The bathrooms in the basement are gendered and have multiple stalls.
<h3>Sankofa House</h3>About six steps to the front door. There is a gender neutral bathroom on the first floor. Venue is not smoke or scent free.
<h3>Temple Performing Arts Center-</h3><ul> <li><h4>Seating</h4>Wheelchair-accessible seat locations are available throughout Lew Klein Hall and The Chapel of Four Chaplains. Be sure to request these seats when purchasing tickets. Exact seat locations in Lew Klein Hall can be seen on our seating charts.</li><li><h4>Entrance</h4>Our wheelchair-accessible entrance is located on the north side of the venue at the corner of Broad Street and Polett Walk near the Univesity Gate. Door is push-button activated. From this entrance, guests in wheelchairs can use the elevator to access the Main Lobby.</li><li><h4>Elevator & Restrooms</h4>Our elevator is conveniently located near the wheelchair-accessible entrance and can access all levels of the venue. ADA-compliant restrooms are available on the Mezzanine/Balcony Level and the Chapel/Lower Level.</li><li><h4>Parking</h4>Temple University has designated van-accessible and regular ADA-compliant parking spaces in all parking areas. Additionally, a limited number of on-street ADA-compliant parking spaces are made available by the City of Philadelphia and are located throughout Main Campus. Contact the Office of Parking Services for more information about parking.</li><li><h4>Assisted Listening</h4>Assisted listening devices are available for events in Lew Klein Hall on a first come, first served basis. Please inquire with a TPAC staff member upon your arrival for assistance.</li><li><h4>American Sign Language Interpretation (ASL)</h4>American Sign Language interpretation (ASL) is available at limited and select events. ASL allows deaf patrons to understand and enjoy the event by having all spoken and sung words translated into sign language. Call us at 215.204.9860 to find out if ASL is available at the event you are interested in attending.</li></ul>
<h3>Underground Arts</h3> Underground Arts has a lift system and elevator that lead straight into the venue. Notify any member of our event staff at the street entrance and they will be happy to assist you into the venue. There are handicap accessible bathrooms available as well as easy access to the bar and merchandise. (from <a href="https://www.undergroundarts.org/faq/" target="_blank">undergroundarts.org</a>)
<h3>Vox Populi</h3> "Please note that Vox Populi is located on the third floor of a historic warehouse building at 319 N. 11th Street and that there are five steps leading from the street-level to the first-floor landing where the passenger elevator picks-up/drops-off. The entry into/out of the elevator is 29-inches wide, so may not accommodate all wheelchairs or motorized chairs. Any individual requiring a ramp to navigate this entryway is encouraged to get in touch with Vox Populi ahead of time to coordinate ramp-access and discuss accessibility details. Our ramps may not be suitable for all wheelchairs or motorized chairs, so we strongly encourage anyone requiring a ramp to be in touch at: email@example.com or 215.238.1236" (from <a href="http://voxpopuligallery.org/about-vox/" target="_blank"> voxpopuligallery.org </a>) The bathroom is gender neutral.
<h3>Warehouse on Watts</h3>Bathrooms are on the first floor, and are wheelchair accessible and gender neutral. Venue is two stories, and has no elevator.
<h3> William Way Community Center</h3> Small wheelchair lift in the front that may not accomodate large wheelchairs. There is a ramp in the back that will accomodate larger wheelchairs. William Way asks that people call ahead if they will need to use the back ramp. Once inside, facilities are accessible.
<h3> The Wooden Shoe-</h3> A slight incline to enter the front door. The bathroom is small and gender neutral.
<h3>World Cafe Live</h3> "All levels of the venue are accessible by our central elevator. Please inform us about wheel chair requirements ahead of time so that we can best accommodate your needs. Call 215-222-1400 or email TicketingStaff@worldcafelive.com.
For any guest with a disability who purchases a ticket and will attend with a hired personal care attendant (PCA), the PCA will receive a complimentary ticket. All requests for a PCA ticket must be made at the time of purchase of the guest’s ticket and should be made through the box office at 215-222-1400 or email TicketingStaff@worldcafelive.com." from <a href="https://www.worldcafelive.com/plan-your-visit/" target="_blank">worldcafelive.com</a>
<h4>weekday, Month day from time to time</h4><h4>place
address, neighborhood Philadelphia</h4>accessibility info(click-replace:"accessibility info")[text] <h4> $ price <a href="website" target="_blank"> acquire tickets</a></h4>
03/20/20 due to covid-19 the septa calendar has become a listing of web-based resources
02/25/20 made the accessibility info page an html link (instead of a Twine passage) so that it would be bookmarkable and shared more easily
01/07/20 made the link colors 5% lighter
11/18/19 changed font color from light yellow (#ffffe6) to light grey (#d9d9d9) for better readability. if it is harder to read, or you have suggestions on improving readability, please email septacalendar at protonmail dot com
The tenth submission in January will receive a lil prize!
Also, if you see this, send me an email, and I'll give you a different prize, either through the mail or irl.
And also, what (non-social media) websites do you enjoy and find relaxing?
<ul><li>Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Philly Mutual Aid for folks Affected by COVID-19
<a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4tHQTrOG0DDh6hytdw8rdN7sFkm74Q1yMii2YeOLis2qNvA/viewform" target="_blank"> request assistance</a>
<a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScfKlHLhLMEyXyLFNwiJaegq9k3hXOtwClXJ_kTjSCwi00K9g/viewform" target="_blank"> offer assistance</a>
<li><a href="https://www.aplos.com/aws/give/PhiladelphiaCommunityBailfund/general" target="_blank">Covid-19 Emergency Bailout</a>
<li>Fundraiser for a free hotline for incarcerated and detained people to call when they have Coronavirus symptoms, when there’s an outbreak in their unit, or when they are being denied adequate medical care for Coronavirus
<a href="https://www.gofundme.com/f/covid19-prison-hotline?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1" target="_blank">bit.ly/covid19prison</a>
Send submissions to septacalendar at protonmail dot com
<h4>what should i submit???</h4>Webinars, mutual aid resources, phone blasts, live dj streams, free health resources, calls for zine submissions etc, etc, etc.
<h4>does it need to be something I'm hosting/organizing</h4>nope. feel free to submit anything you find that's interesting or helpful
<h4>why should i submit stuff?</h4>because this is a free community resource, and submitting stuff is the best way to keep it going :)
<h4>what the heck is this website?</h4>
It used to be, and will be again, an event calendar for folks in who weren't on social media. Now it's this.<ul><li><a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DioVg-8nu25up0JMdd-w3AsJPy1tl0MsobfG6TzGOws/edit" target="_blank">Self-care Tips if you become sick with COVID-19 from an activist nurse</a>
<li><a href="https://archive.org/details/2019ncov/mode/2up" target="_blank">An Anarchists guide to surviving the Coronavirus</a>
audio version <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtfO6R2yxc8&feature=youtu.be" target="_blank">here</a>
<li><a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-QfMn1DE6ymhKZMpXN1LQvD6Sy_HSnnCK6gTO7ZLFrE/mobilebasic?fbclid=IwAR24Uw9a5ENwKVaA4Znvz7rZy67Jj9wKlO1LOe5eqAyAKy_dmW6pDOjTCaI" target="_blank">Pod Mapping for Mutual Aid </a>&<a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j8ADhLEuKNDZ1a_opmzudywJPKMXcNKu01V1xY2MiIA/preview" target="_blank"> How to Start a Neighborhood Pod</a>
<li><a href="https://north-shore.info/2020/03/20/ask-a-diffferent-question-reclaiming-autonomy-of-action-during-the-virus/" target="_blank">Ask a Different Question: Reclaiming autonomy of action during the virus</a><ul><li>Meals and safe spaces for kids while schools are closed <a href="https://www.phila.gov/2020-03-14-find-free-meals-and-safe-spaces-for-students-while-schools-are-closed/" target="_blank">phila.gov</a>
<li> (text-colour: #99ffd6)[West Philly Food Not Bombs]
call 267 266 5325 and they will drop food off on your porch
<li>(text-colour: #99ffd6)[North Philly Food Not Bombs
6pm- come get a meal at Aviator Park- 1900-1958 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
7pm- free meal at the 1500 block of JFK Blvd near Love Park
<li>(text-colour: #99ffd6)[Food Everyone Deserves
Tuesdays from 3pm to 7pm] at 5243 Locust in West Philly (weather permitting)
<H4>Virtual BIPOC Thurzgayz</H4>Thursdays from 9:30pm to 12am(CST)
<a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-bipoc-thurzgayz-tickets-100882867372" target="_blank">RSVP</a>
<a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeEqjwoOOG0d7wPx7uQBIeH7hakfVdmOpStjQ_SEply5Ai3AQ/viewform" target="_blank">submit a playlist</a>
<ul><li><h4>Thursday, March 26 at 6pm</h4>Philly Workers & Coronavirus: Virtual Town Hall and Speak Out! RSVP ahead of time. Will be held using <a href="https://zoom.us/" target="_blank">Zoom</a>.
<a href="https://membership.domesticworkers.org/philly-workers-coronavirus-virtual-town-hall-and-speak-out/" target="_blank"> English</a>
<a href="https://membership.domesticworkers.org/trabajadores-en-philadelphia-el-coronavirus-ayuntamiento-virtual/?lang=es" target="_blank">Español</a>
<li><a href="https://www.antievictionmap.com/covid" target="_blank"> Interactive map of COVID-19 Emergency Tenant Protections</a>