Coming Events in the Community
Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival Presents "Anne Frank: A Living Voice”
Monday, May 19, 7:30 pm
A major work for female voices and strings by Linda Tutas Haugen, along with vocal settings of texts by Anne Frank and Hannah Senesh.
Levy Hall, Rodef Shalom Congregation
4905 Fifth Ave., Oakland (between Morewood and Devonshire Aves.)
$20 general admission
Tickets: www.pjmf.net or call the Holocaust Center, 412-421-1500
Community Meeting to discuss Plans for Construction and Programs at the new Frick Environmental Center
Wednesday, April 2, 7-8:30 pm
The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, 1405 Shady Avenue (Multi-Purpose Room), Pittsburgh, PA 15217
(Please park at the Institute’s Northumberland Parking Lot or use on-street parking if necessary. Walk through the Therapeutic Garden and then enter via main doors. Please do not park in the Shady Avenue Lot by main entrance.)
Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition, Council Representative Corey O’Connor’s Office and Regent Square Civic Association invite you to join with representatives from Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and City of Pittsburgh departments for a community discussion of these issues:
- Plans for construction of the new Frick Environmental Center.
- Plans for interim and future environmental programming.
If you have questions in advance of the meeting, please contact: Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition - (412) 422-7666
Roll up your sleeves and join us for the Squirrel Hill Spring Cleanup
Sponsored by the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition & Litter Patrol
Sunday, April 27, 10 am - 2 pm
Corner of Forbes & Murray, Carnegie Library
Bags, tools, and refreshments will be provided!
Learn more by visiting www.shuc.org