The HPCC organizes and sponsors events in the neighborhood throughout the year. Check here for updates on upcoming events and pictures from past events.
Check out our Calendar of Events Sponsored by the HPCC!
2nd Annual HPCC Pumpkin Patch
On Oct 17, the neighborhood welcomed crisp fall weather and the HPCC’s second annual Pumpkin Patch! Folks of all ages came to enjoy the decorations, choose pumpkins, and pick up grab-and-go Halloween craft packs. Over 75 visitors stopped by including long-time, new, and former residents. You can still stop by the Bryant Street parklet to see the fall decorations.
Donations raised support the HPCC’s activities. Extra pumpkins were distributed to businesses on and near Bryant Street. Special thanks to the volunteers who came down on Saturday for the parklet clean up!
Bryant Street Parklet Cleanup: May 14, 2022 | 10am – 1pm
The parklet needs your TLC! Bring your gloves and some tools and help with the pruning, planting, cleaning, and weeding needed to keep our parklet the gem that it is. Lunch will be provided and you can sit back and enjoy your hard work.
Sidewalk Chalk-a-Palooza: June 3-5, 2022
Time to put your artist hats on – it’s Sidewalk Chalk-a-Palooza! Decorate your sidewalks and driveways this weekend so folks can enjoy them during the Yard Sale on Sunday morning. Sidewalk chalk will be available for free starting mid-afternoon on Friday June 3 while supplies last at the following locations:
- Bryant Street Parklet (Bryant & N. Euclid)
- Farmhouse Playground
- Highland Park main entrance
- Stanton Ave. Tennis Courts (6701 Stanton Ave)
Here are picture of some of previous year’s chalk art creations:
Summer Porch Concerts, 2020 and 2021: The HPCC conceived of this music series last year when we were all in dire need of safe ways to connect during the COVID-19 pandemic – – and it’s back by popular demand! Generous and talented neighborhood musicians perform from their porches for your enjoyment each Sunday night.
Here are some of our talented 2020 musicians:
Highland Park Garden Tour 2021
Get your bloom on! This new event was sponsored by the HPCC and is being organized by the Highland Park Garden Club. Neighbors enjoyed a self-guided tour of 10 “secret gardens” throughout the Highland Park neighborhood.
Yard Sale: June 5, 2022 | 9am – 3pm
Find the interactive map here! Or, download it here.
The 2022 Highland Park neighborhood-wide yard sale will take place on Sunday, June 5th at 9 a.m. This annual event attracts hundreds of visitors to Highland park and is a great way to find a new home for your unused treasures. Register here to include your sale in the neighborhood-wide listing and support the Highland Park Community Council, which runs this event and others throughout the year.
This is the registration form to sign up your house to be a sale location during the Highland Park Yard Sale. By registering, your address and listing will be included in the Yard Sale map. No registration is required to walk around and shop at the yardsale.
HPCC Members will receive a $5 discount off of the $15 fee when registering; to receive the discount, log into your HPCC account when you visit the yard sale registration page. If you would like to join the HPCC, you can do so on our website.
If you have any questions about the yard sale, please email Jason at email@example.com.
If you have questions about membership, please email Sabrina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marathon Party 2022
Live music provided by neighborhood favorite’s Fusion Illusion all morning in front of Tazza D’oro coffee shop.
Cheering Section Headquarters – Bryant Street Market Parking Lot
· Sign making supplies and noisemakers will be provided, courtesy of Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon
· Face painter! free face painting will be offered from 9:00am – Noon
· Free donuts, juice, water and fresh brewed coffee to help kick-start your morning and motivate you to cheer on the racers (while supplies last).
Partnering Businesses Include: Bryant Street Market and Tazza D’oro.
Sponsored by Dick’s Marathon and the HPCC.
Also, please be aware that in the morning, the marathon route will be closed to traffic. If you need to get somewhere Sunday morning, plan where you’ll park the night before accordingly. See map here and below.