The HPCC June Newsletter is available – click here.
Please join us for our HPCC Monthly Meeting on Thursday, June 16th at 7pm at St. Andrew’s Church. All are welcome to attend.
In honor of the opening of our new off-leash exercise area, our guest speaker will be Mary Kennedy Withrow, Shelter Director & Director of Government and Community Relations for the Western PA Humane Society.
Ms. Withrow will share information on recent PA pet legislation and what you can do when you see an animal in trouble. She will also discuss how we can make the Highland Park off-leash exercise area the best one in the city!
The OLEA is officially open as of this morning. Thanks for your patience during the selection and construction of the OLEA. Please follow the rules that are posted, clean-up after your pets and yourself and play well with others.
Todd Shirley, neighbor, dog owner and HPCC Board Member is the newly appointed head of the HPCC OLEA Committee. If you are interested in participating on the committee, please email Todd at email@example.com.
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About the Concert
This 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 this showcase of the area’s extraordinary jazz talent at the ever-popular Reservoir of Jazz series.
When: Sundays evenings, August 7 – September 4, 2016
Time: 5 – 7 p.m.
Location: Highland Park – Highland Avenue & Reservoir Drive – Concert Map
August 7 Full Circle
August 14 Kinetic
August 21 Mark Strickland Quartet
August 28 Firm Roots
September 4 Daniel May with Zero Ted
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.
The afternoon will feature: Food, Music, Displays/Demonstrations by PGH SWAT, Bomb Squad, K-9 Unit, Traffic (Motorcycles), as well as Fire and EMS vehicles. Paramedics will also be training the community in CPR! The Zone 5 Police Station is at 1401 Washington Blvd.