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Events and Happenings

Ongoing

Tours of Citizens Bank Park are available all year long. Go behind-the-scenes with tour stops including: the Phillies Dugout, Broadcast Booth, Press Club, Media Room and more.

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Teachers: Register your class to be part of the Be a Phanatic About Reading Program presented by Comcast.

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Sign your school up now to take part in Phillies Phitness, a free interactive fitness program with the goal of educating children about steps they can take to help ensure a healthy future.

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January
Monday, January 11

Registration opens at 9 a.m. for the Phillies Charities 5K, which will be held on Saturday, March 26 at Citizens Bank Park.

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PHILLIES #BACKINTOWN EVENTS (JANUARY18-21)

Monday, January 18
MLK Day of Service Events:
  • 21st Annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service; 9 a.m. – 10 a.m., Girard College, 2101 S College Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. The Phillie Phanatic will join an expected 140,000 volunteers to help out on service projects throughout the region, organized by Global Citizen. Also featured will be workshops, presentations and a job fair.
  • MLK Weekend Celebration: Citizens Bank Photo Booth with Phillies’ Aaron Altherr; Plus Phanatic! 11 a.m. – Noon, African American Museum, 701 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Phillies left fielder Aaron Altherr and the Phillie Phanatic will be at the African American Museum to take part in an MLK Weekend Celebration sponsored by Citizens Bank. Altherr will be taking #selfies with fans in the Citizens Bank Photo Booth as well as take part in a museum-wide scavenger hunt, while the Phanatic makes a special appearance and interacts with fans. For more details, visit aampmuseum.org.
  • National Stop The Violence Alliance, Inc.  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.; Holiday Inn, 2175 Marlton Pike Road W, Cherry Hill, NJ. The Phillies will be among those presented with the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award. Honorees include Reverend Robin Scott-King and former Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Association for Nonviolence, 34th Annual Benefit Luncheon, 12-3 p.m., Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel. The Phillies will be attending this event with honorees including Councilwoman Marian B. Tasco and Herman “Pete” Matthews.
  • Phillies’ Altherr to Pitch-In at Baseball Clinic for North Camden RBI and Jr. RBI players; 3 – 4 p.m., Sports 4 All, Westmont, NJ.  The Phillies will be hosting a free baseball clinic with left fielder Aaron Altherr for Phillies’ North Camden RBI and Jr. RBI players in the indoor batting cages at Sports 4 All in Westmont, NJ.
  • Live @Phillies Twitter Chat with Cameron Rupp, 3 p.m. The first Twitter chat of the season! Fans can send their questions to catcher Cameron Rupp via @Phillies using #BackInTown.
  • Williamsport Crosscutters 10th Annual Hot Stove Banquet with the Phillies, Grand Ballroom of the Genetti Hotel, Williamsport, Pa. Special guests include Phillies manager Pete Mackanin, catcher Cameron Rupp, broadcaster Ben Davis, Director, Player Development, Joe Jordan, Assistant Director, Player Development, Steve Noworyta, Cutters Manager Pat Borders, and hitting coach for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball League Tom O'Malley. For more information or tickets, visit www.crosscutters.com.
Tuesday, January 19
  • Live @Phillies Twitter chat with Aaron Nola, 3:30 p.m. Fans can send their questions to pitcher Aaron Nola via @Phillies using #BackInTown.
  • Reading Fightin Phils 2016 Phillies Winter Banquet, 6:30 p.m., Crowne Plaza Reading Hotel, Wynomissing, Pa. Special guests include Phillies manager Pete Mackanin, pitcher Aaron Nola, catcher Cameron Rupp, Phillies President Andy MacPhail, Director, Player Development Joe Jordan, Assistant Director, Player Development Steve Noworyta, and Director, Professional Scouting Mike Ondo, the Phillie Phanatic and Galapagos Gang, and broadcaster Scott Franzke as emcee. For more information or tickets, visit www.Fightins.com.
Wednesday, January 20
  • Aaron Nola to be Celebrity Reader at Be a Phanatic About Reading School Visit, 1:45 p.m., St. Monica School, 1720 W. Ritner Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145 (Senior Building) This top school will be honored for their reading achievements in the Phillies Be a Phanatic About Reading program presented by Comcast during a special assembly featuring pitcher Aaron Nola, who will read one of the books from the Phillie Phanatic book series. The Phillie Phanatic will also act out the book during this interactive visit filled with lots of excited, enthusiastic kids. For more information on this free program which reaches nearly 100,000 children, encouraging them to read at least 15 minutes a day, visit www.phillies.com/community.
  • Live Twitter chat with Aaron Altherr, 5 p.m. Fans can send their questions to Altherr to @Phillies using #BackInTown.
  • Autograph Signing with Aaron Nola, 5:30 p.m., Majestic Clubhouse Store at Citizens Bank Park. Fans are invited to attend a free autograph signing with pitcher Aaron Nola.
  • Lakewood BlueClaws Phillies Winter Banquet, Woodlake Country Club, Lakewood, NJ, 6:00 p.m. Special guests include manager Pete Mackanin, outfielder Aaron Altherr, catcher Cameron Rupp, BlueClaws pitcher Matt Hockenberry, Phillies Assistant General Manager, Scott Proefock, Director, Player Development, Joe Jordan, Assistant Director, Player Development, Steve Noworyta, the Phillie Phanatic and Phillies broadcaster Gregg Murphy as emcee. For more information or tickets, go to lakewoodblueclaws.com.
Thursday, January 21
  • S. Jersey School to Get Major League Workout with Phillies and NovaCare Rehabilitation at first Phillies Phitness event of 2016, Brainerd Elementary School, 100 Wollner Drive, Mount Holly, NJ These second graders are in for a treat as the Phillies and trainers from NovaCare Rehabilitation lead students in a major league workout including relay races, jumping rope, and ladder drills. This free initiative helps to teach students the steps to ensure a healthy future.
  • Live Twitter chat with Phillies Manager Pete Mackanin, 3:30 p.m. The final @Phillies chat of the week! Fans can send their questions to Mackanin via @Phillies using #BackInTown.
  • Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Annual Phillies Winter Banquet, 6:45 p.m., Sands Event Center, Bethlehem, Pa. Benefits IronPigs Charities. Special guests include manager Pete Mackanin, outfielder Aaron Altherr, starting pitcher Aaron Nola, General Manager Matt Klentak, Director, Player Development, Joe Jordan, Assistant Director, Player Development, Steve Noworyta, the Phillie Phanatic, and broadcaster Tom McCarthy and IronPigs Director, Media Relations & Broadcasting, Matt Provence as emcees. For more information or tickets, go to ironpigsbaseball.com.
February
Monday, February 1

Phillies chairman David Montgomery will be honored with the Ed Snider Lifetime Distinguished Humanitarian Award at the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association 112th Sports Award Dinner being held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ.

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March
Wednesday, March 9

Tickets go on sale for the popular Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic for Women, taking place on Tuesday, May 31 and Thursday, August 18 at Citizens Bank Park.

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Saturday, March 26

Lace up your running shoes for the Phillies Charities 5K.

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May
Tuesday, May 31

The first Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic for Women of the season takes place at Citizens Bank Park. This all-day event features an interactive clinic taught by Phillies coaches and more.

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June
Thursday, June 9

The Phillies Phestival returns! This fun-filled autograph and auction party at Citizens Bank Park is held annually to help strike out ALS, the devastating neuromuscular condition for which there is no known cause or cure.

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August
Thursday, August 18

The final Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic of the season!

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