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April 2017  
When Modern Was Contemporary
http://thewestmoreland.org/exhibitions/when-modern-was-contemporary-selections-from-the-roy-r-neuberger-collection-2/
02-25-17 to 05-21-17
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, 221 N. Ma
(724) 837-1500

This pivotal exhibition is drawn from the collection of financier Roy R. Neuberger (1903-2010). One of America’s most important collectors, he assembled a groundbreaking collection of American modern art.



Exquisite Patterns in Nature
http://www.huntbotanical.org
03-19-17 to 06-30-17
Carnegie Mellon University, 5th Floor, Hunt Librar
412-268-2434

This selection of artwork and books from the Institute are representative of, or inspired by, the fascinating configurations in the architecture of all organisms.



Growing Through Grief Support Group
www.FamilyHospicePA.org
03-22-17 to 05-03-17
UPMC St. Margaret, Conference Center B, 815 Freepo
412-572-8829

Growing through Grief is a free six-week educational support group beginning March 22. The group will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. each Wednesday evening excluding April 5 and end on May 3. Pre-registration is required. Facilitated by a Family Hospice bereavement counselor and trained volunteer, this free group focuses on managing and coping with grief after a death with the goal of rebuilding hope after loss. The group provides a safe and supportive environment for those grieving to explore how they have been impacted by loss and how to use healthy ways of coping with grief. For more information or to register for Growing through Grief, contact the Family Hospice Bereavement Department at 412-572-8829. Bereavement support is a vital aspect of Family Hospice’s care and outreach to the community. Bereavement services, including individual counseling, are available to the bereaved of patients. Support groups are offered throughout the community and the year. The Growing Through Grief educational support group has helped hundreds of Western Pennsylvania residents since its inception more than 20 years ago. Additionally, Family Hospice offers Camp Healing Hearts, an annual camp for grieving children and their caregivers. About Family Hospice: Family Hospice and Palliative Care has been providing compassionate care throughout Western Pennsylvania since 1980. As the Commonwealth’s largest nonprofit hospice provider, Family Hospice serves 20 counties in the region, helping patients make choices about their care, supporting family and friends who are grieving and educating both professionals and the community about end-of-life issues. Through a commitment to quality services, Family Hospice provides a complete continuum of care to patients and families. For more information, visit FamilyHospicePA.org, www.Facebook.com/FamilyHospicePA or Twitter.com/Family Hospice.



Growing Through Grief Support Group In South Hills
www.FamilyHospicePA.org
03-22-17 to 04-26-17
Southminster House, 801 Washington Road, Mount Leb
412-572-8829

“Growing Through Grief” is a free six-week educational support group beginning March 22. The group will meet for six consecutive Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon concluding April 26. Pre-registration is required. Facilitated by a Family Hospice bereavement counselor and trained volunteer, this free group focuses on managing and coping with grief after a death with the goal of rebuilding hope after loss. The group provides a safe and supportive environment for those grieving to explore how they have been impacted by loss and how to use healthy ways of coping with grief. For more information or to register for Growing through Grief, contact the Family Hospice Bereavement Department at 412-572-8829. Bereavement support is a vital aspect of Family Hospice’s care and outreach to the community. Bereavement services, including individual counseling, are available to the bereaved of patients. Support groups are offered throughout the community and the year. The Growing Through Grief educational support group has helped hundreds of Western Pennsylvania residents since its inception more than 20 years ago. Additionally, Family Hospice offers Camp Healing Hearts, an annual camp for grieving children and their caregivers. About Family Hospice: Family Hospice and Palliative Care has been providing compassionate care throughout Western Pennsylvania since 1980. As the Commonwealth’s largest nonprofit hospice provider, Family Hospice serves 20 counties in the region, helping patients make choices about their care, supporting family and friends who are grieving and educating both professionals and the community about end-of-life issues. Through a commitment to quality services, Family Hospice provides a complete continuum of care to patients and families. For more information, visit FamilyHospicePA.org, www.Facebook.com/FamilyHospicePA or Twitter.com/Family Hospice.



Ukrainian Easter Egg Workshop
http://www.orthodoxcarnegie.org
04-01-17 to 04-01-17
Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 220
412-527-5359

Come Learn the traditional art of Ukrainian Easter Eggs.



Photos with the Easter Bunny
04-01-17 to 04-02-17
The Waterfront, 149 W. Bridge Street, Homestead, P
412-476-9157

Somebunny is waiting to see you! Bring your little chickadees to the Easter Bunny’s garden for a visit and free photos, in the space next to Carter’s in Town Center from 12 PM to 5 PM.



Picture This Benefiting At-Risk Foster Teens
http://wardhome.org/get-involved/special-events/picture-this/
04-01-17 to 04-30-17
August Wilson Center for African American Culture
4127221404

Please join us at our 6th annual fundraising event where we’ll celebrate another year of impacting the lives of Ward Home’s at-risk foster teens.



WPCNHF Cornhole Tournament
http://www.wpcnhf.org/event/cornhole-tournament-2/
04-01-17 to 04-01-17
Cornerstone at Tonidale
7247416160

Join us on Saturday, April 1st for a fun afternoon of cornhole, live music, and raffles! This double elimination cornhole tournament will be managed by Steel City Cornhole. Each participant will receive one drink ticket and an event t-shirt. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of the cornhole tournament. Live music will be provided by St. Marys, PA duo, Dos Beardos.



Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
http://www.waterfrontpgh.com/portfolio-items/have-breakfast-with-the-easter-bunny/
04-01-17 to 04-01-17
The Waterfront, 149 W. Bridge Street, Homestead, P
412-476-9157

Gather your peeps and bring them to The Waterfront for a scrumpdillyicious breakfast with the Easter Bunny from 10 AM to 12 PM. Kids activities, a DJ and free photos with the Easter Bunny will take place at the event. Tickets are $5 per person, available in the Management Office located behind Ethan Allen. While supplies last. Proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia. 



Arts and Chocolate Spectacular
04-01-17 to 04-01-17
Community and Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview P
4122211099

Sweets to sample and purchase from chocolate vendors, amateur performing artists, kid's craft tent with face painting, Student Art Gallery



Cookies 4 Chris
04-02-17 to 04-02-17
South Hills Country Club
412-885-2374

Cookies 4 Chris was born 7 years ago to honor the memory of Chris Sapienza, a Pittsburgh native who passed away from colon cancer and was a lover of both cookies and baking. By combining the famous Pittsburgh Cookies Table, a quintessential sign of Pittsburgh hospitality with a spectacular display of Chinese and Silent Auction Items and a delightful afternoon of shopping with unique local vendors, Cookies 4 Chris has landed at the forefront of fast growing fundraisers in the fight against colon cancer. Over the past six years, Cookies 4 Chris has raised over $150,000 to further colorectal cancer research and awareness and more important through it’s education and encourage efforts, has saved lives. Funds raised at Cookies 4 Chris in 2017 will: • Continue to fund the Colon Cancer Alliance’s legacy pledge to the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute to support the outstanding work of Dr. Edward Chu, Deputy Director of UPCI, and his colleagues, for their research efforts and development of novel treatment strategies for colorectal cancer. • Support the mission of the Colon Cancer Alliance by championing prevention, funding cutting-edge research and providing the highest quality patient support services



4th Annual Wine Tasting
http://www.kiskibands.org
04-02-17 to 04-02-17
Lingrow Farm, 2330 Forks Church Road, Leechburg, P
412-841-2433

Please join the 4th Annual Wine Tasting Event held at the Lingrow Farm, 2330 Forks Church Road, Leechburg, PA 15656 on Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. till 5:00 p.m. Murphy’s Music Center Big Band will provide the entertainment and Twisted Thistle of Leechburg will cater the event. Wine Tasting • Silent Auction • Wine Pull • Basket Raffle Individual tickets ($40 each) and any remaining table reservations of 8 ($310) will be available through the Kiski Band website.



Barbara Stone Hollander 60 Women Leadership Award
04-05-17 to 04-05-17
Chatham University Eddy Theatre
4123651578

Callie Crossley is the recipient of the 2017 Barbara Sonte Hollander 60 Award for Women’s Leadership



The Man Who Planted Trees
https://trustarts.org/production/49903/the-man-who-planted-trees
04-06-17 to 04-08-17
TRUST ARTS EDUCATION CENTER
412-325-3298

This theatrical adaptation of Jean Giono’s environmental classic tells the inspiring story of a shepherd who plants a forest, acorn by acorn, transforming a barren wasteland. The touching yet hilarious puppet show demonstrates the difference one man (and his dog!) can make in the world. Age Recommendation: 7 - Adult No lap passes will be issued as this show is for ages 7 and older. Accessibility: Wheelchair Seating Note: All services may not be available at all performances. Click the link above for accessible performance schedule or contact customer service for further assistance.



Fund The Truck
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/03/prweb14154684.htm
04-06-17 to 04-06-17
Mad Mex Robinson
4124065328

This drive has the goal of helping the Greater Washington County Food Bank raise money toward the purchase of a new refrigerated box truck.



From Milltown to Hometown--How the Homestead Strike Helped Shape the Community
http:www.battleofhomesteadfoundation.org
04-06-17 to 04-06-17
Bost Building 623 E. 8th Ave. Homestead, PA 15210
412-831-3871

Tammy Hepps will present the story of her grandfather and his role in the Jewish community of Homestead after the 1892 strike.



First Friday Reggae Roots Dance Party
http://kelly-strayhorn.org/events/first-friday-reggae-roots-dance-party/
04-07-17 to 04-07-17
Kelly Strayhorn Theater 5941 Penn Avenue
4123633000

Dance the night away as KST transforms its lobby into a Jamaican dance hall filled with your favorite new and old-school Reggae tunes, special performances, treats and more!



Chatham Baroque--Songs and Sonatas of Olde England
http://www.chathambaroque.org/
04-07-17 to 04-07-17
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Upper St. Clair
412-687-1788

Experience 17th-century London with lute songs by John Dowland and theater songs by Henry Purcell, all ranging from the tender to the bawdy. We also serve up a variety of superb English instrumental music, including the exquisite Royal Consorts of Henry Lawes for two violins, two viols, and two theorbos. With Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Dongmyung Ahn (violin), Martha McGaughey (viola da gamba), and David Walker (theorbo).



Chatham Baroque--Songs and Sonatas of Olde England
http://www.chathambaroque.org/
04-08-17 to 04-08-17
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Highland Park
412-687-1788

Experience 17th-century London with lute songs by John Dowland and theater songs by Henry Purcell, all ranging from the tender to the bawdy. We also serve up a variety of superb English instrumental music, including the exquisite Royal Consorts of Henry Lawes for two violins, two viols, and two theorbos. With Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Dongmyung Ahn (violin), Martha McGaughey (viola da gamba), and David Walker (theorbo).



Chatham Baroque presents Peanut Butter and Jam--Music for Preschoolers
http://www.chathambaroque.org/
04-08-17 to 04-08-17
McClintic Hall, Calvary Episcopal Church, Shadysid
412-687-1788

Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions are informal concerts designed specially for preschoolers and their accompanying grownups. Performances are fun, lively, and educational, with live Baroque music, and breaks for interactive singing, dancing, playing, stories, and wiggling. Performances last approximately 35-45 minutes, and are hosted by certified Kindermusik teacher Lynda Wingerd. Showtimes at 10:00 and 11:30 am



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