Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!

(Workers put finishing touches on a section of Dilworth Plaza, now renamed Dilworth Park, in the shadow of Philadelphia City Hall.)

(Workers put finishing touches on a section of Dilworth Plaza, now renamed Dilworth Park, in the shadow of Philadelphia City Hall.)

Dilworth Park DJs & Style Pop-up


11 a.m. – 7 p.m., FREE

The newly opened Dilworth Park has a full schedule of programming, including designer pop-up events and live DJs on Thursdays. Today, jewelry, clothing and more are up for grabs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and DeeJay DJ will spin beats from 5 to 7.

(credit: Dallyn Pavey/Dish Public Relations)

(credit: Dallyn Pavey/Dish Public Relations)

Free ‘Merica Burgers

Both Pudge’s locations
Conshohocken and Blue Bell
www.pudgesconshy.com
All day, FREE for first responders

Honor those who serve and those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 at this delicious fundraising event at Pudge’s. First responders (law enforcement, EMS and firefighters) who show up in their uniforms or show their badge will be treated to a free ‘Merica burger, which is 5 oz. of beef topped with a grilled hot dog, bacon, American cheese and Duff’s special ‘Merica sauce served on a potato roll (with fries and a soft drink). Plus, Pudge’s will be offering up the burger to the masses throughout September at the price of $9.11, and a portion of the proceeds from each will go to the 9/11 nonprofit Tuesday’s Children.

File Photo (Credit: Thinkstock)

File Photo (Credit: Thinkstock)

Center City Restaurant Week

Various restaurants in Center City
www.centercityphila.org
Lunch for $20, dinner for $35

Restaurant Week continues at more than 100 eateries in Center City. Check out our guide here for info on prices, parking and more.

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