HPCC April 2018 Newsletter

The HPCC April 2018 newsletter is now available!

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • A Letter from the President
  • March Meeting Minutes
  • Highland Park House Tour Tickets On Sale!
  • Destination Highland Park: Bryant Street Market
  • Tillandsia (Air Plants) and How to Care for Them
  • What Is Your Birth Flower?
  • Around St. Andrew’s

 

2018 Highland Park House Tour

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Proud homeowners in Highland Park have restored some of Pittsburgh’s finest architectural treasures, and now they want to share them with you. The Highland Park House Tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Tickets are available here.

The self-guided walking tour through the historic Highland Park neighborhood starts at the rectory of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 5801 Hampton Street. There are 12 homes on the tour that span many different architectural styles – from grand Victorian to Colonial. Each home has its own special charm.

Come see how these homeowners have restored old Pittsburgh charm or incorporated modern elements into the Highland Park neighborhood.

All proceeds benefit the Highland Park Community Council, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Buy your tickets now!

Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 the day of the event.

DETAILS:
Saturday, May 12, 2018
10 am to 3 pm
Tour begins at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Interested in volunteering for this event? Volunteers receive a complimentary ticket for the tour. Sign up here.

Stories about past House Tours and Highland Park homes:

HPCC March Community Meeting

Please join us for the March Community Meeting of the Highland Park Community Council, which will be held next Thursday, March 15th, at 7pm at St. Andrews.
 Ms. Karen Arnold, Principal of Fulton PreK-5, will be introducing herself and speaking to us about news and updates from Fulton, and representatives from Healthy Ride, Pittsburgh’s bike sharing system, will be giving a presentation and gathering feedback on their plans to add new stations, possibly including one or more in Highland Park! You can provide feedback on the proposed locations though this map. As always, we’ll also have a brief public safety update from Zone 5.
Hope to see you next week!

HPCC March 2018 Newsletter

The HPCC March 2018 newsletter is now available!

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • A Letter from the President
  • February Meeting Minutes
  • Highland Park House Tour Save the Date!
  • Chim chiminey, Chim chiminey!
  • Spring Break Camp at Union Project
  • With Easter coming, how do I know if my eggs are fresh?
  • Old Allegheny County Jail Museum: Free Tours
  • Around St. Andrew’s