Squirrel Hill
Forum
Gallery
Calendar
FAQ
Crime
Squirrel Hill
Quick Links
Welcome to SquirrelHill.com, a website about the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh that includes a discussion board, picture gallery, crime statistics, local shops and more.
Squirrel Hill > Calendar > Local Calendar > 03 Mar 2008
Dates and times are not guaranteed. Verify events before attendance.
Adoption and Foster Care Information Meeting
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
Project STAR information meetings are a free opportunity to learn more about adoption, foster care and providing short-term respite care. To register and receive a free informational packet, please contact Lucinda Wiebe, family recruiter, at 412.244.3048 or lwe@the-institute.org.


More...
4th Annual Afro-Cuban Dance Course
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
General Director: Marta Bercy (Cuba)
Beginner/ Intermediate/ advanced I - Ii
From: Saturday, 1st of March
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday - 7:30pm - 8:30pm /
Saturday 2pm-3pm / 3pm-4pm
Class: Afro-Cuban dances; Training for dancers; Torso Work; Artistic & Choreographic Practice; Rumba; Styles of Cuban dances.
Artistic Performances/ Certificates
Address:
Guardia Vieja 3559, Abasto, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.
Office: (54 11) 4583 0095


TEDANCARI




More...
9th Annual Champions for Children Benefit
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
The Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF) will host its 9th Annual Champions for Children Benefit event at the Rivers Club on Monday, March 3, 2008. A VIP reception will begin at 5:30 pm, followed by general admission at 6:00 pm.
Champions for Children is an annual HCEF event when 300 community, government, business and educational leaders join together to raise funds and awareness for the approximately 3,000 children who experience homelessness each year in Allegheny County. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised from this event go to HCEF programs that provide children living in 15 area homeless shelters with the same educational opportunities and experiences as their peers.

The 2008 Champions for Children Award will be posthumously awarded to Gwen Elliott, founder of Gwen’s Girls. After 30 years of service with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, in 2002 Gwen founded a program called Gwen’s Girls for at-risk girls between the ages of 8 and 18 in Allegheny County. The organization provides a comprehensive continuum of non-traditional wellness and asset-based services in a nurturing environment.

The Linda A. Dickerson Award will be presented to Father Regis Ryan of Focus on Renewal (F.O.R.), an organization that serves the health and social services needs of McKees Rocks and Stowe Township. Over the past 32 years, Father Ryan has worked tirelessly to expand F.O.R. from a storefront operation to a vibrant organization meeting the community’s broad spectrum of needs.

Ralph J. Papa, Chairman of Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, and his wife Ruth Anne Papa are once again serving as event hosts with returning event patrons, James C. Roddey and Dr. Karen Feinstein.
General admission purchased in advance or at the door is $125 per individual. A VIP level is available for $250 per individual. Reservations can be made online at www.homelessfund.com or by calling 412.562.0154.

For information on becoming an event sponsor, host, or patron, please contact Jennifer Vickers, HCEF’s managing director, at (412) 562-0154 or e-mail her directly at jvickers@homelessfund.org.

Since 1999, The Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, has been dedicated to ensuring that the homeless children living in shelters throughout Allegheny County have equal access to the same educational resources, opportunities and experiences as their peers. For more information on HCEF and how to help “provide hope through learning,” please visit www.homelessfund.org


More...
CAC Softball 2008
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
2008 CAC SUMMER CO-ED SLOW-PITCH SINGLES SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Are you interested in summer socializing, exercise and some fun?
Then we have just the thing for you! Each year CAC organizes a spring-summer co-ed softball league consisting of 7 or 8 teams, with weekly games played every Sunday, beginning in April. Games are played on the VA Medical Center softball field near the Highland Park Zoo. We have some returning and new coaches this year, both female and male.

After the game, we gather at a local bar/restaurant where we talk, eat, and have some post game fun. The entire season is then followed by our annual sports picnic in September where we gather to share a good time.

Our league attracts not only CAC members, but many non-CAC members as well. The league is focused on fun. PEOPLE OF ALL SKILL LEVELS ARE ENCOURAGED TO JOIN, even if you have never played before. Teams are put together using a draft system. Please fill out your application completely (which can be found at www.cacpittsburgh.org or contact Meredith) as players are placed in rounds based on their application. The coaches then draft a player from each round. We have league practice / pick up games on Thursday evenings.

The cost is $35.00 for CAC members, $40.00 for CAC Alumni and $45.00 for non-members. This includes a team shirt and September catered picnic. You must be single and over the age of 21. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. If enough players sign up before the deadline, all additional applications will be placed on the waiting list. All players qualify for league play regardless of softball ability, and if you show up for your game on time, you are guaranteed to play. There will be no refunds after a player has been assigned to a team (mid March).

If you have any questions please call: Meredith at 412-683-8082, or Email mp22gap@yahoo.com

Please complete the application form and return it following these guidelines:

MEMBER of CAC -with one legal size (4”x 9 ½”) self-addressed stamped white envelope, with your check payable to CAC of Pittsburgh for $35.00. Includes paid Alumni members (married members, now on Alumni mailing list)

ALUMNI of CAC -with TWO legal size (4”x 9 ½”) self-addressed stamped white envelope, with your check payable to CAC of Pittsburgh for $40.00. (Former CAC members, now married, not on Alumni mailing list)

NON CAC MEMBER - with TWO legal size (4”x 9 ½”) self addressed stamped white envelopes, with your check payable to CAC of Pittsburgh for $45.00.

To: Meredith Patik
4601 Bayard Street Apt. 606
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2718

YOUR APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED
BY FEBRUARY 22, 2008



More...
Oklahoma Volunteer Fire Department Bingo
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
The Oklahoma VFD hosts regular Monday night bingo every Monday night at the School House Hall located at 171 Thorn Street, Apollo, PA (Oklahoma Borough). Come out and see our beautiful new hall! There is comfortable seating for 300 people. Smoking is permitted. We have a state-of-the-art bingo board with video monitoring. We use all paper boards. The kitchen is open at 6:00 p.m. and offers a wide-variety of delicious, reasonably-priced food. We have two large must-go jackpots, five special games, magic number, strip tickets and door prizes. There is plenty of free parking in our lighted lot. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the early-bird games start at 7:15 p.m. Please see our website at oklahomavfd.com or call 724 567-5682 for additional information.

More...
Oklahoma Volunteer Fire Department Bingo
Calendar: Local Calendar
Quercus  
03 Mar 2008
The Oklahoma VFD hosts regular Monday night bingo every Monday night at the School House Hall located at 171 Thorn Street, Apollo, PA (Oklahoma Borough). Come out and see our beautiful new hall! There is comfortable seating for 300 people. Smoking is permitted. We have a state-of-the-art bingo board with video monitoring. We use all paper boards. The kitchen is open at 6:00 p.m. and offers a wide-variety of delicious, reasonably-priced food. We have two large must-go jackpots, five special games, magic number, strip tickets and door prizes. There is plenty of free parking in our lighted lot. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the early-bird games start at 7:15 p.m. Please see our website at oklahomavfd.com or call 724 567-5682 for additional information.

More...
 
Jump to month
Calendar Jump

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
All times are GMT -4. The time now is 02:44 AM.