Event Rental Services in Darby

$68 for $150 Worth of Event Planning — Nifty for Thrifty

Nifty For Thrifty

Logan Square

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$150 $68

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5 Hours of Event-Planning Services from Celebrations by Shan (55% Off)

Celebrations By Shan

Philadelphia

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$625 $281

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Two Hours of Music Video Production from KUPREZFILMS (45% Off)

Kuprezfilms

Olney

From the merchant: We are offering Music Video production for a fraction of the cost! Our experience is in indie and major films.

$998 $549

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Painting Party for Two, Four, or Six from NJ Performing Arts & Cardio Fitness (Up to 55% Off)

NJ Performing Arts & Cardio Fitness

Lazy Lanigan's

Held at a restaurant, the painting parties come with all art materials provided, along with access to drink and food specials

$80 $39

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$10 for $20 Worth of Event Planning — Strut N' Style Bridal Productions

Strut N' Style Bridal Productions

Springdale

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $10

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Event Catering at Legacy Hall (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Legacy Hall

Voorhees Township

Legacy Hall strives to stand out from other venues by offering thoughtful menu options and an environment conducive to lots of events

$100 $49

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Two-Hour Saturday BYOB Painting Class for One or Two from Liliana Perez (50% Off)

Liliana Perez

Trenton

Every Saturday from noon to 2 p.m., artist Liliana Perez helps students paint their own masterpieces, fueled by beverages brought from home

$50 $25

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Kids' Painting Class or BYOB Adult Painting Class for One or Two at Leaping Dog Art Studios (Up to 59% Off)

Leaping Dog Art Studios

Bordentown

Seasoned artist guides children and adults through the basics of painting in a friendly, inviting environment

$30 $15

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One or Three Acrylic-Painting Classes at Paint (Up to 57% Off)

Paint

Emmaus

Learn to use acrylic paints during one or three painting lessons with an experienced instructor

$35 $17

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Two-Hour Guided Art Studio Session for One, Two, or Four at Artist People LLC (Up to 50% Off)

Artist People LLC

East Brunswick

Social, BYOB art lessons let guests recreate a work of art using step-by-step instructions and help from an artist

$35 $19

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Select Local Merchants

Signature service: Hospitality staffing services

Established: 2012

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 50+ people

Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours

Pro Tip: The earlier you can include us in the planning process, the better we can assist you.

159 Ashby Road
Upper Darby,
PA
US

Sensory overload doesn?t begin to describe Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens. A seemingly boundless compilation of colors, textures, and shapes, the labyrinthine mosaic creation spans 3,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The masterpiece originated in the brain of Isaiah Zagar, a Philadelphia native who grew up in New York. During his third year of art school, he stumbled upon Clarence Schmidt?s folk-art-inspired installations?assemblages of found objects and recycled materials?and the young artist?s view of the art world changed. ?I didn't know that I was looking at art,? Zagar reflects in his mission statement. Self-admittedly, Zagar has been somewhat ?copying? Schmidt?s dynamic, free-flowing style ever since.

The years after art school brought Zagar an onslaught of new opportunities. He spent time as an artist in China and India, joined the Peace Corps with his wife Julia, settled in Peru for three years, and even tried his hand at ceramics in Wisconsin. In the ?60s, he and Julia returned to his birthplace?specifically, the waning South Street neighborhood. Isaiah quickly leapt into action, renovating dilapidated buildings and often adding mosaics to formerly barren walls. Eventually, Isaiah?s imagination outgrew their projects, and in 1994 he began constructing a new piece in a vacant lot near his studio?the project would become Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens.

Isaiah spent 14 precious years, which he should have applied to Y2K preparations, scooping out tunnels, erecting multitiered walls, and splashing the entire space in colorful tile. The finished product stretches across half a block of South Street; the outside enclosure shimmering with vibrant tiles, the inside housing folk art, colored glass bottles, and countless sparkling mirrors. Now a nonprofit organization, Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens invites visitors to enjoy its visual candy with guided or self-guided tours.

1020 South St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Opened on Independence Day, 2003, the National Constitution Center is more than a museum: it's an educational headquarters, a historical archive, and a town hall that functions on a national scale. Besides housing exhibits and historic artifacts, the museum is home to a national forum?it's hosted Democratic primary debates, town hall meetings on the campaign trail, and pivotal presidential speeches.

  • Size: large enough for patrons to meet each of the 42 original delegates, discover the Constitution's seven articles, learn about the 27 amendments, and read the kid's menu printed on the back of the historical document
  • Eye Catcher: the interactive theatrical productions Freedom Rising illuminates the story of the Constitution, as well as tracks the history of the nation from the Revolution to the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. A former First Lady even proclaimed, "I wanted to weep at the end of it."
  • Permanent Mainstay: along with Freedom Rising, the museum is home to two permanent exhibits?The Story of We the People, which has featured such artifacts as a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's robes, the Signers' Hall, populated by 42 bronze statues of the Founding Fathers, and Constituting Liberty, an exhibition that features rare copies of America?s three founding documents, including an original Bill of Rights.
  • Don't Miss: the rotating special exhibits, which have included examinations into the history of spycraft, sober examinations of the role slavery played in the American story, and an in-depth profile of Abraham Lincoln
525 Arch St.
Philadelphia,
PA
US

For sweets in unusual flavor combinations like chipotle chocolate chip or peanut butter and bacon, look no further than Cookie Confidential. Owner Melissa Torre opened this Society Hill bakery in 2006, where she dishes out decadent goodies Wednesday through Sunday. Cookie Confidential serves fresh cookies, cupcakes and brittles made using locally sourced, all natural, organic ingredients, and while purists can munch on traditional cookies like oatmeal raisin and ginger snap, adventurous eaters opt for varieties like The Columbo (fresh raspberry puree, balsamic vinaigrette and smoked sea salt) and the Cheese Steak (grass-fed beef, dehydrated red onions, organic cheddar cheese and sweet tomato cream cheese). Cupcakes come either as push pops or baked into reusable glass mason jars, and patrons receive a free cookie for every empty jar they return to the sunny, inviting bakery.

517 S 5th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Born out of the three core principles of public engagement, collaboration, and design excellence, the Philadelphia Center for Architecture stays true to its founding vision by connecting professionals and community leaders through activities ranging from exhibits and competitions to charitable functions and workshops. The center also reels in a wider audience with public walking tours scheduled in conjunction with the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, revealing the secrets of some of the city’s most notable buildings with the help of trained guides. As a chapter of AIA Philadelphia, the center also hosts public forums between architects and community members, promoting dialogue about the importance of sustainable neighborhoods and the need for public spaces dedicated entirely to sack races.

1218 Arch St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Open year-round, the course at Juniata Golf Club sprawls over 106 naturally hilly acres and challenges players with tricky lies and imposing hazards that complicate its relatively short length. Frankford Creek winds into play on six holes of the Edmund B. Ault design, ensnaring worm burners in a reedy morass. The par-4 sixth hole exemplifies the difficulty of the course as a whole, measuring just 360 yards in length but forcing shots to climb entirely uphill from tee to shallow green like a marathon-running pack mule.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-66 course

  • Total length of 5,275 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating of 64.8 from the back tees

  • Course slope of 109 from the back tees

  • Three sets of tees per hole

1391 E Cayuga St
Philadelphia,
PA
US