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Ofrenda: A Fundraiser for the Philadelphia Indigenous Community

August 25, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 1:00 pm

Ofrenda is a fundraiser for the Philadelphia indigenous community featuring readings by Deadname. Poets, an outdoor bazaar + raffle, a body modification pop-up, storytime, and face-painting.

Entry to the indoor event is on a sliding scale $7 – $10 or $2 for ACCESS card holders or SW Philly Residents. The outdoor bazaar portion of the event is free and open to the public.

Please take time to donate to the fundraiser page if you’re able, for the Indigenous Peoples’ celebration happening at Penn Treaty Park on October 12th!

Note: Details of an unrelated October 14th Indigenous Peoples’ Celebration at Bartram’s Garden coming soon!

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