Feb. 10, Conshohocken
Practice your skills in the kitchen with an authentic Italian cooking class. Cerdo’s make your own dough night will have guests learning at the hands of chef Will Langlois, who will demonstrate how to make the perfect dough for pasta and pizza. And in honor of the holiday, he’ll also show attendees how to make heart-shaped tortellini. The event is $70 and runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
382 E. Elm St., Conshohocken.
Feb. 12, Wayne
Grab your girlfriends and head to this Galentine’s Day celebration at Autograph Brasserie. Complete with cocktails, shopping and giveaways, the evening is hosted by Philadelphia radio personality Kathy Romano. General admission is $15 and includes a glass of champagne, a raffle ticket and a swag bag. VIP tickets are available for $50 and includes early admission, five raffle tickets, plus a two-course meal.
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.
Feb. 13, Philadelphia
Make Leslie Knope proud this year by celebrating Valentine’s Day at Penn Museum’s first-ever Galentine’s Day. Taking place 6-9:30p.m., the fun evening focuses on powerful women—real and fictional—throughout history. Take a tour of the museum, enjoy a stand-up comedy performance and play for bragging rights in a trivia competition themed around powerful women in history. Tickets are $25.
3260 South St., Philadelphia.
Feb. 13, King of Prussia
Unwind by yourself or with a partner in a romantic and relaxing candlelit studio at King of Prussia’s Stillpoint Yoga and Float. The Valentine’s Day class will feature partnered postures for all skill levels. Tickets are $25 for individuals and $45 for couples.
600 Clark Ave., King of Prussia.
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Feb. 14, Philadelphia
Philadelphia Magic Gardens is hosting love-themed event where guests take a guided tour of the gardens’ iconic mosaics while sampling three kinds of Mezcal. The celebration of love and art take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and is $40 per person. Reservations are required.
1020 South St., Philadelphia.
Feb. 14, Bryn Mawr
Learn the art of pairing wine and dessert in a special Valentine’s day class at the What Am I Drinking?! Education studio. The lesson features six pairings with sweet treats like macaroons and chocolate. Nick Amrani, a professional wine specialist and managing partner ofâ€¯Delice et Chocolatâ€¯in Ardmore, will co-lead the class. Tickets are required. The event is $50 and rusn from 7-8:30 p.m.
28 Summit Grove Ave., Bryn Mawr.
Feb. 14, Newtown Square
Grab a friend, partner or family member and head to Board and Brush in Newtown Square. The paint studio is hosting a special workshop where visitors can paint a custom wood sign, guided by instructors. There will be free wine and snacks, or bring your bottle. Later, display your creation in your home as a sweet reminder. The class is $68 per person and reservations are required.
210 S. Newtown Square Road, Newtown Square.