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Calling all ghosts and goblins! The Highland Park Community Council’s annual Halloween parade and festivities will take place Saturday, Nov. 1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Highland Park.
We will gather at Oak Grove then parade to the fountain, where we will decorate homemade cookies and have snacks.* Volunteers to escort our parade participations and to help decorate cookies are needed.
To find Oak Grove, turn right upon reaching the road at the main entrance of the park, pass the road leading to the Farm House. The little clearing with a bench and sign saying “Oak Grove” is just a few more yards. You can’t miss it, but just in case we will have signs or volunteers to point the way.
The parade will begin shortly after 11 in order to give everyone time to gather.
To volunteer or if you have questions, contact Teri Rucker via e-mail or by phone at 412-482-2533.
*All snacks and cookies will be nut-free.

City of Pittsburgh Halloween Info Available

Would you like to meet the new Principal at Fulton? Learn about the kids’ ceramics program at the Union Project? Find out what its like to be a Middle School Mentor? Or ask questions of School Board Representative Holley?

Join us for the HPCC Monthly meeting on October 16th for a discussion on education and kids’ programming here in Highland Park featuring:

* Mrs. Karen Arnold, the new Prinicpal of Fulton K-5
* Dr. Regina Holley, PPS Board Representative District 2
* Jenna Vanden Brink, Union Project Ceramics Program Coordinator
* The Middle School Mentoring project at the Obama Academy

We will also be voting in our new members: Nell Gladson; Amber Quick and James McAdams. Please help us welcome them to the Board.

The meeting will start at 7:00pm and will be held at our usual location at St Andrew’s Church at 5801 Hampton Street.

“Come Be a Part of History in the Making”

All are invited to attend the Heth’s Run Bridge Official Ribbon Cutting & Opening Celebration.

Thursday, October 9, 2014
11 A.M. Prompt

All residents are invited to take part in a historic photo of the ribbon cutting on the new bridge!

HETHS RUN BRIDGE OPENING FLYER

The Pittsburgh Police will conduct state-required basic recruit low-light training on September 17 & 18 and October 1 & 2.  Training will be completed by 9:00p.m. each evening.  They apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

ROJThis summer you can once again relax on the lawn at Highland Park to the sounds of jazz performed by Pittsburgh’s finest musicians. Residents of the tri-state area look forward to the month of August each year to witness this showcase of the area’s extraordinary talent of jazz at the ever-popular Reservoir of Jazz series. Click on Citiparks for more information.

August 3 Maureen Budway
August 10 Salsamba Latin Jazz Group
August 17 Dr. Alton Merrell & Impact: A Gospel Jazz Experience
August 24 The Horn Guys
August 31 Cross Currents (Lucas, Hall, Sheehan, Anderson)

For more information about the Reservoir of Jazz Concert Series,
call 412-255-2493.

Note: Inclement weather may cause concert cancellations. In the event of concert cancellations, a recorded message will play on the concert hotline (412-255-2493) and a message will appear at the top of this website page.

Sponsored by BNY Mellon, Highland Park Community Council and ARAD.

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Monthly meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at St Andrew's Church. Meetings are not held in July or December.

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Be a Mentor at the Obama Academy this Fall! Meet Thursdays at lunchtime. Click for info.

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