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PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Latkepalooza, Serafin Strings, Unsilent Night

Sunday, Dec. 11, 2-4 p.m.
Hamilton Hall (320 S. Broad St.), University of the Arts
$15 for adults, $5 for kids

The eighth annual edition of this Hanukkah foodie tradition features gourmet latkes from some of the city's best restaurants, like Bar Ferdinand, Delicatessen, Estia, Sabrina's Cafe, Talula's Garden and Federal Donuts. Live music from The West Philly Orchestra, kids programming and a holiday bazaar make it a can't miss holiday treat.

ClassicAlive! Event: Serafin String Quartet
Sun., Dec. 11, Noon
World Cafe Live at the Queen (500 N. Market St., Wilmington, Del.)
$20 general admission, $15 with student ID

Made up highly decorated musicians from Delaware and surrounding region, the Serafin String Quartet will bring its style and sophistication to the Queen for the first of three Collage Concerts. The special, one-hour themed concerts are programmed as a collage of short selections by various composers along with insightful remarks by the musicians. It's part of LiveConnections' ClassicAlive! series that aims to break the boundaries of how classical music is experienced.

Hidden City Philadelphia Presents Unsilent Night
Wed., Dec. 14, 6-7:30 (Unsilent Night) and 7:30-10 (Old Philadelphia Holiday Party)
Unsilent Night at Ethical Society (1906 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia); Holiday Party at Orpheus Club (254 S. Van Pelt St., Philadelphia)
Unsilent Night walk is free; Holiday party is $30 for Hidden City members and $40 for non-members

Billed as "a new & old Philadelphia holiday tradition," the folks behind Hidden City hook you up with Phil Kline  for a magical, seasonal soundscape created by a procession of boombox-toting carolers (bring your own boombox) on a walk from the Ethical Society to the historic Orpheus Club (254 S. Van Pelt St.), where plum pudding and Wassail Punch, Stilton Cheese, Madeira wine and other fare will be had.
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