Photo by Mark Garvin. The Devon Horse Show started as a one-day show in 1896 has now grown to be the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed competition in the United States, drawing top competitors from around the world. May 25 through June 4, enjoy ponies, Clydesdales and everything in between and new this year is an Arena Eventing class, May 28, 7 p.m., as forty qualifying riders compete on a novel course featuring both cross country and show jumps arranged throughout the Gold Ring and Dixon Oval. Also, exhibitors, 50 unique vendors, food, the Country Fair featuring amusement rides, games for kids, entertainment, and special Family Days, Ladies Day, and Children's Day, 23 Dorset Road, Devon, Pennsylvania. Photo by Brenda Carpenter. Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition offers 13 works of art that interpret the spirit of revolution at 13 locations in Philadelphia's Historic District, from the Delaware River to 7th Street and from Vine to Lombard Streets. The selected street artists – one for each of the stars on the original American flag – include Kid Hazo, Michelle Angela Ortiz, Shawn Theodore and Yasmine Mustafa and Monica O. Commissioned by VISIT PHILADELPHIA® and curated by streetsdept.com founder and editor Conrad Benner, the exhibit is on view May 25 through July 4. An artist panel discussion takes place on June 7 at the National Constitution Center to explore the exhibit's revolutionary theme. Pictured: You Belong Here by Nero at Franklin Square. Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®.
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