Taking place Sunday, March 31st, 2019, from 4-6pm at Ss. Neumann and Goretti High School (1736 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148), adult tickets are only $20. Children 12 and under are free.
Admission will get you samples of each 10 competing sauces, as well as a full serving of the gravy of your choice over macaroni cooked by Mama Maria herself, as well as vegan meatballs from Triangle Tavern.
You will also get complimentary bread from New York Bakery, salad, beverages, cold-brew coffee from Rival Brothers, and a homemade dessert buffet.
Those who are 21+ get a sample from Chaddsford Winery with additional glasses and bottles available for purchase.
Taking place Sunday, March 31st, 2019, from 4-6pm at Ss. Neumann and Goretti High School (1736 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148), a $20 ticket gets you entry to this popular local event celebrating the Italian heritage of the neighborhood.
Featuring 10 homemade gravies from local home cooks, the price of admission features samples of each competing sauce as well as a full serving of your choice over macaroni cooked by Mama Maria herself, as well as vegan meatballs from Triangle Tavern.
Visitors will also get complimentary bread, salad, beverages, coffee and desert, all while enjoying musical entertainment. Libations will be available for purchase, as well as 50/50 raffle tickets. Sample all the gravies and then vote for the Crowd Favorite, and local figures including Mama Maria, Larry Farnese, Elizabeth Fiedler, and Mark Squilla will award the Judges Choice.
Children 12 and under are free. Buy your tickets today before they sell out!
It’s finally back! The very popular EPX Red Gravy Cook-Off is now accepting entrants for the 2019 competition. You could be one of ten contestants to compete for the chance of taking home one of two prizes – Crowd Favorite or Judge’s Choice.
Taking place Sunday, March 31st, 2019, from 4-6pm at Ss. Neumann and Goretti High School, this event is a chance for residents to celebrate the heritage and traditions of the neighborhood. Be part of the action by entering to submit your homemade gravy to be judged and enjoyed by all.
To enter, you will need to prepare approximately 3 gallons of homemade red sauce that is either vegetarian, meat, or seafood. Only ten entrants will be accepted; please register here.
Back by popular demand is the EPX Online Auction! Featuring dozens of unique experiences from local businesses, this is the perfect opportunity to show your love for your local civic while also getting a one of a kind experience to enjoy yourself or give as a Valentines’ gift.
Strong Neighborhoods make a strong city. Get two for the price of one: a great experience or item while supporting a great organization! All items have been generously donated to the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association. All proceeds will directly benefit the work of our organization. Bidding is open now!
Well, it’s happened again, folks. No new applications for zoning variances this month. Everyone must be in that post-holidays hibernation mode. So, our January meeting, originally scheduled for this Wednesday, has been cancelled. See you ’round the neighborhood!
Help us collect donations for Prevention Point Philadelphia!
As some of you have seen on your way to the subway or shopping on Broad Street, the opioid crisis is hitting close to home, right at Broad and Snyder. There are ways you can help those affected by this horrible epidemic. One is through a donation to Prevention Point!
For those of you unfamiliar with Prevention Point, it is a local organization dedicated to ‘harm reduction’ – which aims to reduce the harm associated with drug use in people unable or unwilling to stop. Prevention Point offers many free resources to those in need, such as a syringe exchange program (which helps prevent the spread of HIV and Hepatitis), HIV/HCV testing, medical clinics, legal clinics, and even shelter and meals.
Prevention Point also provides overdose reversal training to teach organizations, providers, and community members how to properly use Narcan to save lives.
For cities such as Philadelphia, organizations like Prevention Point play an important role by serving some of the most vulnerable members of society. Numerous medical and professional organizations have studied syringe exchange and concluded that it is a highly effective way to prevent the spread of HIV and does not encourage drug use. It also creates a point of contact to link people who use drugs and sex workers with treatment, medical care, legal advocacy, housing, job training and other social services.
For our annual charitable giving, we will be collecting physical items from the list below, as well as monetary donations, which will be given to Prevention Point in January. A donation box will be located in the main lobby of the East Passyunk Crossing Recreation Center on the corner of 11th and Mifflin.