The One Hundred Foot Journey in Highland Park June 22nd at dusk.
Please join us Thursday for the May HPCC Monthly Meeting at 7:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Church. The meeting is open to the public.
We have a full agenda planned for the evening!
Are you interested in Solar Energy for your home or commercial building?
Stop by to hear Ray Roberts talk about Solarize Allegheny
Solarize Allegheny (SA) helps residents and business buy solar. Over a 20 week timeframe SA educates and connects neighbors, businesses, schools, faith communities and others. SA will also provide online support for residents and businesses to compare multiple quotes from participating, pre-screened, qualified southwestern Pennsylvania installers to find the best solar solution for their needs. When multiple locations in a single neighborhood combine their purchasing power, solar installers often provide substantial group discounts.
Still trying to get in shape for summer?
Melissa Jenkins from Green Rock Fitness is going to show us how.
Melissa D. Jenkins is a certified Personal Trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association and has more than 10 years of experience in the fitness industry. She also holds a BS in Kinesiology (the study of human movement) from Sherbrooke University, Canada. Her holistic approach to physical wellness helps her clients adopt healthier lifestyles through movement and mindful living. She’s a high energy person who enjoys helping others bring out their very best.
The Highland Park Yard Sale will be held Sunday June 7th and is followed at noon by the Bryant Street Festival. Every year, over 1,000 people participate in this event which supports the community and the HPCC. Registration in the Yard Sale is now closed. The Yard Sale map will be available online and at the Flea Market on Bryant Street.
Bryant Street Festival at Noon
After a healthy morning of walking our tree-lined streets in search of your favorite yard sale find, we invite you to join us on Bryant Street, the heart of our business district, for live musical performances, delicious foods from our local businesses and neighbors, and artists selling their jewelry, ceramics, stationery and much more. The Festival runs from 12 Noon – 5 p.m. and is located between N. St. Clair and Highland Ave. on Bryant St. We are also in need of volunteers to help with set up and take down of the event.
The Morris “Doc” Turner 5K Run/Walk & Health Expo is hosted by Highland Park Tennis Club to raise resources for the Highland Park Tennis Club’s Dr. Morris E. Turner Medical Scholarship which will be presented to a student in the Gateway Medical Society who is majoring in the medical field and for the Highland Park Tennis Club’s Free Summer Tennis Clinic. There will be music, games, medical information, food, yoga, tennis and exercise for all to enjoy.
The HPCC April 2015 Newsletter is now available.