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Monday, April 2

3:30pm EDT

Intergenerational Storytelling: Community History for All Ages
Free and open at all ages! 

Join us for a day of sharing, preserving, and celebrating our community’s history!  We hope that by exploring our past through digital storytelling, people of all ages and abilities will feel confident adding their voice to our community’s story.  Attendees will be able to scan photos, documents, slides, and negatives; learn to record oral histories; and use digital tools to share historical information with family, friends, and beyond.  So bring your memories and stories, and celebrate our community’s history together! Hosted by Duquesne University, Heinz History Center, Jewish Association on Aging, Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh, and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh


Monday April 2, 2018 3:30pm - 5:30pm EDT
Arsenal Middle School
Wednesday, April 4

2:00pm EDT

Tap into your inner child—yes, play is for all ages! Come play at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh!
Register here! 
Free and open to all ages. 

Come play at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh! Tap into your inner child—yes, play is for all ages!—in an afternoon of art exploration and museum excursions. Partners include Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Saturday Light Brigade (SLB), Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse (PCCR), CLP Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, and more.

Here’s a taste of what’s in store:
• Join Youth Express for a live youth-hosted webcast from SLB Radio broadcast studios as teens and adults exchange ideas about the past, present and future. Stop by to be on the air or listen. You also can listen online at youthexpress.org or by calling 515.605.9548
• Make creations using reclaimed materials with PCCR.
• See and feel how technology is transforming the lives of those with visual impairments with CLP Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped.
• Learn about the De'VIA (Deaf Expression/ Visual Image Art) movement with an exhibition from Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.
• Explore the Children's Museum on a guided play excursion.

 Visit https://pittsburghkids.org/events/3956/2018/4/4 ; call (412) 456-6716; or follow @AgeFriendlyPGH on Twitter for updates.

Wednesday April 4, 2018 2:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Friday, April 6

6:30pm EDT

Games People Play with the Banksville Civic Association
Free to attend, all are welcomed.

Inter-generational Game Night!  Bring your favorite game from past to present. Play old games, learn new games and have fun!  

Contact Lori Marbello at lori.marabello@pittsburghpa.gov for accessibility questions. 

Friday April 6, 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm EDT
Banksville Park Facility
Saturday, April 7

7:00pm EDT

Voices & Values: A Social Justice Sing In
Free and open to all!

At a time when our country is experiencing greatdivisions, we will join with leaders from different communities to sing from our hearts and be strengthened by our neighbors’ voices. We will come together to celebrate the power of music in fostering resilience.

All voices welcome.

Featuring Jewish Rock Musician Dan Nichols, Jazz Musician PhatMan Dee, Cantor Julie Newman; Spiritual Leader Sara Stock Mayo;Rabbi Ron Symons and more.

Post-Passover snacks will be served.


Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh

Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh

Saturday April 7, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm EDT
Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh