11 Days Of Love

A citywide series of love-themed workshops and events

Day 1 – Monday, June 11th | 6:00pm

11 Days of Love Stories Opening Reception: Love, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

CultureWorks, The Philadelphia Building, 1315 Walnut Street, #320 | Free



Day 2 – Tuesday, June 12th | 6:00pm

Love Storytelling Workshop at http://debedavis.com/irritable-bowel-syndrome Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books

5445 Germantown Avenue | Free workshop, must make a purchase



Day 3 – Wednesday, June 13th | 5:00pm

Day 3 – Love Storytelling Workshop at the Creative Genius Happy Hour at click here to read Fringe Arts

140 N. Christopher Columbus Boulevard | Free



Day 4 – Thursday, June 14th | 6:00pm

Love Storytelling Workshop at The Colored Girls’ Museum – women only

4713 Newhall Street  | $7 includes mini-tour and refreshments



Day 5 – Friday, June 15th | 6:00pm

The Love Story Exchange at PhillyCAM

699 Ranstead Street | Free



Day 6 – Saturday, June 16th | 1:00 – 2:30pm

Love On Location at Love Park | Vox Populi Storytelling on Camera

1500 Arch Street | Free – first come, first on camera


Day 7 – Sunday, June 17th | 9:00am – 9:00pm

Love On-Line  – Love Letter To My Father | Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

Write a love letter and use the hashtag : #LoveLetterToMyFather


Day 8 – Monday, June 18th | 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Love Storytelling Workshop at Franny Lou’s Porch

2400 Coral Street | Free workshop, must make a purchase


Day 9 – Tuesday, June 19th | 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Radical Love: The Art of Storytelling as a Lifeline

All male ‘genius’ panel featuring: Raphael Xavier, Kash Goins, Ozzie Jones and Jeffrey Page

African American Museum of Philadelphia

701 Arch Street | $7 includes refreshments



Day 10 – Wednesday, June 20th | 7:00pm

Movie Screening of Jewel’s Catch One at the PFS Roxy Theater with ARRAY

Post-show discussion with Amber Hikes, Director of LGBT Affairs and Cee Smith, LGBT Angel Investor

2023 Sansom Street | $11



Day 11 – Thursday, June 21st | 6:00pm – 8:30pm

Finding Sanctuary: Stories from the Community with WHYY at the Church of the Advocate

Featuring Storytellers Jos Duncan & Khalil Munir

1800 Diamond Street | Free