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5:30–8:30pm: Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll. The shops on West Philadelphia’s main street will open their doors and offer deals for the barely beatable price of $1 at this annual summer festival. Participating businesses include Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Green Line Cafe, Baltimore Pet Shop and more. Various locations. universitycity.org

6pm: State of the City: An Urban Sustainability Forum. Tonight, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability reviews its Greenworks Annual Report and updates folks on the 15 targets it’s planning to address. Susan Wu, coordinator of the city’s climate planning effort, will be on hand to provide a briefing on climate change in Philadelphia and discuss what we can do to make a positive impact. 6pm. Free with registration. Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. 215.299.1000. ansp.org

6pm: Night Market West Oak Lane. The Food Trust is making its way up to Ogontz Avenue, and it’s bringing a smorgasbord of everyone’s favorites, from chicken and waffles to vegan stir fry. The festivities will be supplemented with music from Philly reggae outfit New Sound Brass Band and rapper Joie Kathos. 6pm. 72nd and Ogontz Ave. thefoodtrust.org

7:30pm: Wiccans in the ‘Hood and Trading Races. BrainSpunk Theater presents two new one-act plays by Michelle T. Johnson. In Wiccans, three white friends performing a ritual in a cemetery are mistaken for Wiccans. Trading Races shines a light on race relations and  racial identity. Through June 29. Walnut Street Theatre Studio 5, 825 Walnut St. brainspunktheater.com

 

8pm: Cabaret of the Exiled. Theatre Exile closes out its 17th season with live music and other performances from Philly-based artists, as well as a silent auction with the opportunity to bid on items from restaurants, novelty shops and more. 8pm. $25-$500. The Ruba Club, 414 Green St. 215.627.9831. theatreexile.org

 

 

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