As beautiful as it is topical, Fragile Earth spotlights the enviro-centric work of acclaimed contemporary American artists Jennifer Angus, Mark Dion, Courtney Mattison and James Prosek. Spanning a variety of media, the exhibition includes a site-specific installation by Angus and a commissioned mural by Prosek that celebrates native Brandywine Valley plants and animals. Visit brandywine.org/museum.
Earn that extra helping of gravy and mashed potatoes at this annual Delaware County tradition. Whether you run the mile or the 5K, you’ll still be home in plenty of time to help with dinner. Proceeds benefit the Healthy Kids Running Series. Visit runsignup.com.
The lower-level gallery of Philadelphia’s National Liberty Museum has been transformed into a unique interactive experience for visitors looking to discover the meaning and practice of liberty through science, religion, history and more. You’ll walk away with your own “roadmap.” Visit libertymuseum.org.
This decade-old People’s Light tradition takes the treasured children’s tale and turns it on its ear. This year, drag performer Eric Jaffe plays the Cheshire Cat, guiding the audience through the story. Visit peopleslight.org.
Conceived by Gimbel Brothers back in 1920, the oldest Thanksgiving Day Parade continues this month. Join 6abc for its telecast in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and kick off the holidays with drum lines, dancers, floats and more. Visit 6abc.com.
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