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Philly’s Venture for America fellows want to introduce you to Chinatown North

The second edition of Intersect Philly features the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation and Friends of the Rail Park.

The Reading Viaduct in 2013. (Photo by Flickr user camera_obscura [busy], used under a Creative Commons license)

In the second edition of Intersect Philly, the civic-minded event series from local Venture for America fellows, meet the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation and the Friends of the Rail Park. Event organizer Julia Anaya tells us they’re trying to focus the events more geographically.
The free event is Wednesday, Oct. 21 from 6-9 p.m. at PhilaMOCA (531 N. 12th St.).

Companies: Venture for America

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