Murder Mystery Happy Hour

Join Tribe 12 in Cruising the open seas… cruising for murder that is (dum dum dum)!

Never been part of a murder mystery happy hour? That’s great! You’re a first-made murderer? That’s great too! We’ll send a detailed script about a week before the event so you can get comfortable with your role. Then you can show up in your best vacation cruise attire (as if you needed another reason to pull out that hawaiian shirt and fanny pack) and get ready for a night of fun and MURDER (not real murder… like, just to be clear).

Make sure you RSVP at the link above by May 10th so we have time to assign roles!

First Thursday Happy Hour

New to town, or just new to Philly’s Jewish scene? At Tribe 12’s monthly First Thursday Happy Hour, everyone is there to meet new people so there’s a super friendly and welcoming vibe. If this will be your first Tribe 12 event, find a Tribe 12 staff member at the door so we can buy you your first drink and welcome you to the community!

This happy isn’t just any happy hour… not only will we be venturing out of center city to the amazingly cool Frankford Hall, but we will also have free board games, ping pong, and access to a fire pit after dark! This is one happy hour you won’t want to miss!

As always, there is NO cover – but if you register in advance we won’t make you stand at the door while your friends hit the bar!

Good Carbs: College Night

Join Challah for Hunger and friends for happy hour that will be fun, informative and delicious.

Snacks will be on us and we are parterning with Stickman Brews to create a custom beer inspired challah bread using their craft beer!

Carly Zimmerman, CEO of Challah for Hunger, will talk about the Campus Hunger Project and food insecurity on college campuses.

Suggested donation of $10

Take Action! Fight Hunger on College Campus!

We want this to be a fun evening, but we also want to take action against a growing problem on college campuses – food insecurity.

As many as 20% of students attending 4-year universities and colleges are food insecure and this number is closer to 33% at community colleges.

When you register for this event, we will write a letter to your alma mater asking them to make this a priority on campus. If college wasn’t for you, you can still help us by writing to Temple University.

We also encourage you to show your pride for your alma mater by wearing your favorite college swag.

It’s sure to be a fun and informative evening. Hope to see you there.