On Sunday, July 26 we held a community block party on Graham Street in front of the church. Over a hundred and fifty people stopped by for some fellowship and fun. Pittsburgh Taco Truck and Caustelot Creamery Truck were there to provide lunch and sweet treats! Community members shared ideas on how the Albright Church can also be used as a community space in the neighborhood. Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse kept kids and adults busy making stained glass out of reused materials. It was great to have representatives from Thrival and SisterFriend on hand to talk about their organizations are serving the Pittsburgh community.
The event was such a success we are already working on another community event for next month. Be sure to sign up for our email list to learn about future events.
It has proven beneficial in her latest blog that easing the muscular and joint pain, migraines, headaches and stress as well as relieving the effects of depression and anxiety.
A huge thank you to the following businesses and organizations who helped to make this a success!
- Councilwoman Deb Gross & City Council District 7 Staff
- Pgh Taco Truck
- Caustelot Creamery
- I Made It Market
- S Group
- Preservation Pittsburgh
- Young Preservationists
- TechShop Pittsburgh
- Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse
- Thrival Festival