Wake up, have fun, repeat.
For history: One of the original copies of the Bill of Rights will be unveiled today at the National Constitution Center (525 Arch St.). In celebration, the museum is throwing Bill of Rights Day Book Festival, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with four historical discussions. In addition, other family-friendly activities like a Bill of Rights game show, history of the Bill of Rights and more. The museum is open until 5 p.m. (or until 7 p.m. for teachers).
For community arts: The Philadelphia Orchestra welcome local amateur musicians to perform with them for a holiday "SingIn," beginning at 6 p.m. at the Grace Baptist Church of Germantown (25 W. Johnson St.). Sign up, show up between 5:30 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. and be prepared to sing holiday tunes like "Joy to the World," "Jingle Bells" and more. Or just come for a good time!
For some useful info: Clear up some of the confusion around investing and all those crazy, intellectual-sounding terms. (What does it all mean?!) Get a crash course in the basics of investing tonight at the Phoenixville Public Library (183 2nd Ave., Phoenixville, Pa.) at 7 p.m.
For movie night: Looking for a cheap way to spend your Monday night? Look no further than the Sellersville Theater's (Main St. and Temple Ave., Sellersville, Pa.) View & Brew nights. They'll be showing "A Christmas Story" tonight, starting at 7:30 p.m. Remember, seats are available on a first-come basis and concessions will be offered for purchase.
For improv: However, with a twist. A special night of holiday improv, hosted by 1812 Productions' "This Is The Week That Is" commentator, Uncle Shotsie, and featuring Philly performers Mary Carpenter, Langston Darby, Kristin Finger, Noah Herman and Fred Seigel, "Improvukkah" hits the stage at Plays and Players Thatre (1714 Delancey St.) at 7:30 p.m. tonight.