There's more to explore on Baltimore Avenue. You never know what's in store!

Movie Series August 26 and Dollar Stroll Sept 8

Clark Park Movie Series

The Clark Park Movie Series will run on Friday nights from August 26th through September 9th with screenings beginning at dusk. Audience members are invited to bring chairs or blankets for the films, and can enjoy food and dessert offerings from a rotating list of vendors. Additionally, UCD will partner with local businesses to provide extra activities and promotions for the screenings.


  • August 26: Finding Nemo (100 minutes; rated G)
  • September 2: Creed (133 minutes; rated PG-13)
  • September 9: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (136 minutes; rated PG-13)


The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

Presented in association with the Baltimore Avenue Business Association (BABA), will return for one night on Thursday, September 8th from 5:30 to 8:30pm. During this unique event, University City’s Baltimore Avenue between 43rd and 52nd Street showcases its charm and businesses with $1 bargains from neighborhood favorites, ranging from bites from signature restaurants to pet supplies to theater tickets.

The event also showcases new businesses along the constantly growing commercial corridor. The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll has become a signature event for the neighborhood, routinely attracting crowds into the thousands. To go along with the dollar deals are live music, family entertainment, and more. Full details on participants and live entertainment coming soon at



Enjoy a stroll on Baltimore Avenue!

The Baltimore Avenue Business Association, (BABA), represents the businesses along the vibrant Baltimore Avenue corridor in University City, West Philadelphia. All of the businesses are easily reached by taking the Green Line 34 Trolley or by following the bike paths. You can, of course, walk or drive.
This business corridor serves the diverse West Philly community which cuts across several neighborhood associations: Cedar Park, Garden Court and Spruce Hill. The heart of the community, of course, is beloved Clark Park where everyone can be seen at one time or another. Young or old, families, students, business people, anarchists, artists, musicians and their 4-legged friends all relax and play at the park. And twice a week, the Clark Park Farmers Market is jammed with people buying fresh farm produce.



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