Need some more Christmas spirit this holiday season? Well, if you’re a fan of Christmas movies, the Arch Street Meeting House (320 Arch St.) is screening the classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) on December 14th starting at 7 pm.
Known for screening movies during the summer in their historic courtyard, Arch Street Meeting House is bringing the fun indoors for this event. The screening will cap-off the Old City Holiday Stroll taking place on the same day.
Tickets are a suggested donation of $5 per attendee and includes admission to the museum. Guests are encouraged to BYOB, bring snacks, and enjoy the show.
Doors will be opening at 7:00 pm, and with the movie starting at 7:30 pm, giving attendees time to get settled and explore their exhibits. Chairs will be provided but picnic blankets are welcomed. Registration for the movie is available here.
For those looking to tour Arch Street Meeting House in a cool and unique way, ASMH will also be hosting “Meetinghouse by Candlelight” on December 2nd. From 2pm-8pm the West Room of Arch Street Meeting House will be illuminated by candlelight, and visitors will be able to Meet Quaker History in a whole new light. In the East Room, visitors will have the opportunity to explore our exhibits, enjoy beverages courtesy of Yards Brewing Company and Conshohocken Brewing Company.