Morningside is one of Pittsburgh’s best kept secrets. Close-knit and friendly, neighbors live in two-story brick homes with old fashioned porches that encourage long talks and quick chats with friends and neighbors. Children ride their bicycles in the gentle shade of the trees that line the sidewalk, and joggers have two-square miles of neighborhood to explore. The Morningside Area Community Council meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Morningside VFW Hall at 1820 Morningside Avenue.
Merry Morningside 2015: Morningside Community Holiday Party
Break out the Mistletoe, Santa Hats and Christmas Sweaters because we’re having a neighborhood party!
You are invited to celebrate the holidays and spread some neighborly cheer! ALL ages are welcome to this FREE community event. *
When: Saturday, December 12, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Where: Bulldog Pub 1818 Morningside Avenue All Ages Welcomed
Enjoy FREE finger foods, cider, music and more! Other beverages and food available at own cost. Guests have a chance to win various gift cards from retailers.
RSVP to the facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/546854575477631/
This event is sponsored by the Morningside Area Community Council and the Bulldog Pub.
MACC will be holding a neighborhood clean-up on Saturday, October 24th from 9:30a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We will be joined by student volunteers from the University of Pittsburgh for their annual Pitt Make a Difference Day.
Targeted areas include: Joe Natoli Field, Heth’s Field, neighborhood streets, both sides of Baker St. and the Business District.
Please join your neighbors in helping to make Morningside the most beautiful neighborhood in the most livable city!
Questions may be directed to Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Morningside Mile Committee invites you to attend the 4th annual Comedy Night Fundraiser featuring Bill Crawford, Sean Collier, Gene Collier, and T.J. Hantz.
All money raised goes to support the Morningside Mile and its 2015 beneficiaries: the Pittsburgh Fisher House and the Morningside Area Community Council.
When: Friday, July 24, Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30pm
Where: VFW on Morningside Avenue, 1820 Morningside Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Tickets: $20 in advance or $25 at the door. To purchase tickets via cash or check contact Alana at 412-874-7440 or email@example.com.
The event includes cash bar, lite fare, 50/50, and American auction.
21 and over ONLY.
Official Launch and Kick-off Celebration for Solarize F-HP-M
When: Thursday, June 25th, 7:00-8:30 pm
Where: The Union Project, 801 N Negley Ave.
Free registration here: www.solarizeallegheny.org/f-hp-m (scroll to Events)
Afterwards, we’ll walk over to Park Place Pub, 5719 Bryant St. for some solar socializing.
A brief presentation about the benefits of solar and explanation about how you can go solar through the Solarize Allegheny campaign will be offered, along with refreshments. The pre-qualified solar installers will be on hand to tell you if your home is a good candidate for solar. In addition, Dollar Bank representatives will be available to explain financing options. If you bring a copy of your electric bill, you can sign up for a solar quote at the event.
Solarize F-HP-M is a local campaign under the Solarize Allegheny umbrella – a project funded by the Heinz Endowments and managed by non-profit organization SmartPower – to double the amount of solar energy throughout Allegheny County over two years. F-HP-M is one of three communities that will host the campaign over the next 16 weeks. In the first phase of the projects this spring, four other communities participated and Point Breeze is now the leading solar neighborhood in the City of Pittsburgh with 16 solar installations. Through Solarize F-HP-M residents and businesses will have the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of solar energy through a robust on-the-ground outreach campaign that connects you directly to local, pre-screened, qualified solar installers who will offer competitive bids, guidance and assistance to go solar – making the process simple and affordable.
The price of solar has dropped dramatically over the past several years, so that solar is now as affordable as your monthly electric bill. There’s even a 0% interest loan program through the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority for people with qualifying incomes that helps people to go solar with no upfront costs and saves them money every month on utility bills.
Come and find out why Solar Makes Sense for Friendship-Highland Park-Morningside – and for your home or business!
For more information, contact Sharon Pillar of Solarize Allegheny at firstname.lastname@example.org.