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August 24, 2019

P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art Festival

Visit the P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art Festivals and experience fun activities designed to help young Black children learn about and celebrate their race, culture, and heritage. Children ages 3 to 8 will enjoy activity stations designed by trained artists and educators. Families are invited to enjoy free food, performances, art, and music!

Festival Dates

Upcoming festivals will be held at the following locations:

Homewood
Hill District

Questions

For more information, contact Adam Flango at 412.383.8726 or AdamFlango@pitt.edu.

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June 8, 2019

Mister Rogers Family Day 2019

On June 8, families and community members are invited to join Mister Rogers Family Day in downtown Labrobe–the “original” Neighborhood of television personality Mister Rogers–for a FREE day of activities to celebrate Fred Rogers’ life and legacy.

About

At the event, families and community members are invited to enjoy activities, live entertainment, food, a trivia stroll, and more, all centered around the center of downtown Latrobe, making for a fun-filled day for the entire family.

Activities

Examples of activities at the event include:

    • Storytime,
    • Puppets,
    • Arts & Crafts,
    • Silk Screen Painting,
    • Live Performances,
    • Fred Rogers Trivia Stroll,
    • Bouncy House,
    • Obstacle House,
    • and more!

Learn More

This event is free and open to the public. Free Parking available.

To learn more, visit the Facebook event page!

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April 27, 2019

Homewood Block Party

Young children and their families are invited to join an afternoon of free activities, food, performances, and information from Trying Together and our community partners on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Kelly Street in front of The Homewood Early Learning Hub.

Tablers for the block party include:

  • Pittsburgh Public Schools
  • MAYA Organization
  • Richard’s Imagine Center of Hope, Inc (RICH)
  • Homewood Concerned Citizens Council (HCCC), The Oasis Project
  • The Maker’s Clubhouse
  • Allegheny Land Trust
  • The University of Pittsburgh’s Community Engagement Center (CEC)
  • Homewood-Brushton YWCA
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
  • Trying Together, Buzzword/Pgh Cultural Trust
  • Allegheny County Health Department – Housing and Community Environment
  • ALCOSAN
  • Pittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center (FEC)
  • Kenny’s Homewood
  • Homewood Children’s Village (HCV)
  • C.C. Busy, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
  • Fund My Future
  • Science Tots
  • Childcare Alliance.

Activities include face painting, balloons, free library, Imagination Playground, a science show, and a Zumba presentation!

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July 14, 2018

P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art Festival

Visit the P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art festivals and experience fun activities designed to help young Black children learn about and celebrate their race, culture, and heritage. Children ages 3 to 8 will enjoy activity stations designed by trained artists and educators. Families are invited to enjoy free food, performances, art, and music!

Festival Dates

Upcoming festivals will be held at the following locations:

East Liberty
Homewood
Hill District

Questions

For more information, contact Adam Flango at 412.383.8726 or AdamFlango@pitt.edu.

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