Schedule of Events
Saturday, May 18th - Sunday, May 19th
Performance by "The TrebleMakers"
Saturday, May 18th at 9:30am
Enjoy a performance by Drexel University’s premier all-female a capella group, the TrebleMakers! Their set will feature all genres of music, especially R&B and Pop, using arrangements created by their current members.
Reading by Writers Room Authors
Saturday, May 18th at 5:00pm
Join us as members of the Canon TRIPOD writers-in-residence program at Drexel’s Writers Room read selections of current work about their lives, their neighborhoods, and their city. Writers include:
Sarah Adigba is pursuing a BS in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University and has been writing as a way to answer the questions gnawing at her heart.
Briyanna Hymms, a biology major at Drexel University, works as a lab tech, but is secretly a poet, painter, gardener, and amateur banana bread baker and leaves a trail of paper cranes wherever she goes.
Jasmine James is an ArtistYear fellow at Paul Robeson High School in West Philadelphia, dedicated to helping others improve their writing skills, harness their creativity, and find the courage to highlight their true voice while pursuing a BA in English at Drexel University.
Lauren Lowe, a Drexel University BA English major, has been a member of the Writers Room since the age of 19 and currently serving as its Alumni Writing Fellow.
Writers Room is a university-community literary arts program engaged in creative placemaking and art for social justice. We are a diverse intergenerational collective of students/alumni, faculty/staff, and neighborhood residents whose work demonstrates a desire for collaborative opportunities in our joint communities.
Performance by "Naturally Sharp"
Saturday, May 18th at 6:00pm
Join us for a performance by Drexel University’s vocal jazz ensemble, Naturally Sharp. The group performs “anything that swings,” from the classic jazz of artists such as Duke Ellington and George Gershwin to new arrangements of groups such as the Manhattan Transfer or the N.Y. Voices.
Performance by "The Penny Loafers"
Sunday, May 19th at 6:00pm
The Penny Loafers, a co-ed a cappella group at the University of Pennsylvania, will perform a mix of indie, modern rock, and pop, and innovative arrangements of already popular tracks.
- Overnight stay in a deluxe room
- Complimentary parking
- Two tickets to your choice of the following museums:
- Rates starting from $249
Visit Philly Spring Getaway Package
- Standard King or Double Room
- Complimentary valet parking
- Two (1) free tickets to the Eastern State Penitentiary
- One (1) $10 Lyft credit for new and existing riders
- $25 promotional card from Garces
Note: while supplies last. One package of perks is offered per reservation regardless of number of guests or number of nights booked. This package is available while supplies last. The Visit Philly Spring Overnight Hotel Package will be available for stays March 4 – June 13, 2019 .