Get some interior inspiration at Chestnut Hill’s Holiday House Tour, featuring five of the swanky neighborhood’s private homes, decorated for the holidays. This year’s tour will offer a special exhibition on Princess Grace of Monaco, who was born 90 years ago in Philadelphia. Bonus: Restaurants and shops in the area will be offering discounts for attendees.
Cost: Tickets are $45 for Chestnut Hill Community Association members; $50 for non-members
As part of its Midnight Madness series, Ritz at the Bourse will be showing a special screening of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation at midnight.
Cost: Tickets are $10.25
Support vendors specializing in African products at this Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration hosted by the Afrakan Independence Day Organizing Committee. The Church of the Advocate marketplace, which will also feature guest speakers and performances, represents the third principle of Kwanzaa -- cooperative economics.
Cost: $5 for admission
Glögg is the Swedish version of mulled wine, and only a handful of wine makers in the U.S. actually create it. Stop by the American Swedish Historical Museum in FDR Park for a gallery tour, which will feature a few notes on Scandinavian drinking traditions and a glögg tasting. Skål!
Cost: Tickets are $5 for museum members; $15 for non-members
Take part in Philly’s ever-expanding comedy scene with a night at Philly Improv Theatre. Improvisers will re-enact the Hanukkah miracle, and each performance will offer a different angle, depending on the audience’s dreidel spin.
Cost: Tickets are $12 in advance; $15 at the door