Fall Events with SHUC

September Night Market One of Ten [ ] We Move Celebrations

In July, as part of his Welcoming Pittsburgh Initiative, Mayor Bill Peduto announced  the We Move series, an assortment of ten community-led cultural celebrations. The We Move events are focused on promoting immigrant, Latino and African American inclusion in Pittsburgh while celebrating our diverse cultures. The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition is
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6th Annual Squirrel Hill Treasure Awards

November 2nd, 2016

  Each year, the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition honors one place and three people or organizations that have had a strong impact on Squirrel Hill. They’re designated as ‘Treasures.” Past honorees have included the Manor Theater, Karla Boos of Quantum Theater, Honorable Mayor Sophie Masloff and the Homewood Cemetery.   For our 2016 Annual Treasure
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Summer 2016The Environmental Issue

Green Infrastructure Projects in Schenley Park and Beyond Take Shape

By Sonia Panic   If you picked up our latest Summer issue, you may have read about the city’s plan to redevelop the Four Mile Watershed and implement more green infrastructure aspects in the neighborhood. One of the goals in mind is to manage water quantity and quality. With this redevelopment, the new watershed is
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Pittsburgh’s Environmentally Conscious Mayors from Squirrel Hill

By Helen Wilson Vice-President, Squirrel Hill Historical Society   Pittsburgh officially became a city on March 18, 1816, with the signing of incorporation papers that gave its citizens the right to govern themselves. The event probably didn’t cause much of a stir in Squirrel Hill because it didn’t belong to Pittsburgh until it was annexed
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