Last call for Cézanne
This is the last weekend to visit "Cézanne and Beyond," the Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibition that features masterpieces by French painter Paul Cézanne and works by artists who were influenced by him. The show will not be traveling after its run in Philadelphia. Since its opening in late February, more than 220,000 tickets have been issued and people from 49 states and 21 countries have visited. Hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $24. Information: 215-235- or philamuseum.org. Check the Web site for details and updated times.
A sneak peek is scheduled 6 to 8 tonight of the annual 5 Into 1 exhibit hosted by Moore College of Art and Design and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors. This event is free and open to the public and features work from senior and graduate students from five area fine arts programs, including Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, University of Pennsylvania, the University of the Arts, and Moore College of Art and Design. Curator Jennifer Willett is a 2009 graduate of Moore and the first graduate of the school's new curatorial studies major. The exhibit, held in the college's Wilson Gallery near 20th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, officially opens Saturday and runs through June 20. Information: 215-965-4027 or thegalleriesatmoore.org
The first Hidden City Philadelphia bus tour is Saturday. The three-hour guided tour is part of this summer's larger Hidden City Philadelphia Festival. The guide will regale visitors with stories as the bus stops at five sites: the German Society of Pennsylvania, the Metropolitan Opera House, Founder's Hall at Girard College, Shiloh Baptist Church, and Mother Bethel AME Church. The group meets at 690 S. Washington Square, and at each location a work of art has been commissioned.
Participants will have to negotiate stairs at some sites. Souvenir hard hats and catered snacks will be provided. The tour is scheduled at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, as well as June 6 and 13. Tickets: $30, available online or by phone. Information: 267-597-3808, www.HiddenCityPhila.org
This Saturday, the third annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration is scheduled 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Franklin Square Park near Sixth and Race Streets. Sponsored by the Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs and Comcast, the free event will feature Asian dance and cultural performances, martial arts, and family-friendly arts and crafts. Asian cuisine will be available; the event goes on rain or shine. Information: 267-218-5784 or panasianphila.org.
Scouts' summer camp
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania are hosting an open house 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Shelly Ridge Service Center and Day Camp located at 330 Manor Rd., Lafayette Hill. Girls and their families can learn about summer camp programs offered by the Girl Scouts, meet with camp counselors, tour facilities, and hear testimonials from former campers. Campers do not need to be Girl Scouts to attend summer camp, which is tailored to girls in grades 1 to 10. Themes include babysitter training, global awareness, and fashion. Information: 215-564-4657 or 1-800-564-4657 or www.gsep.org.