Neighborhood Happy Hour
Tuesday, April 25th, 5:45 pm – 8:00 pm
Sharp Edge Beer Emporium, 302 S St. Clair St. 15206
This month we return to residents’ favorite – Sharp Edge Beer Emporium. We’ll be seated in the game room again and beer specials run until 6:30. Come out to meet neighbors new and old. A kids menu is available also, so feel free to bring the family!
The 5th Annual Stanton Heights Community Festival will take place in August 2017 and we are still looking for volunteers to help make it a success! The planning committee will meet Thursday, April 20 at 7:00 pm. For information on the location of the meeting or if you have any questions, please contact Nettie at: 412-661-2587 OR email@example.com
Assistance is needed with identifying entertainment & music, planning games, soliciting donations from area businesses, and brainstorming other ways to make this year’s festival even better! All are welcome to join the committee or volunteer their services.
This year, the Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association will continue work on the rain garden and beautification project in addition to the annual litter clean up in conjunction with the Spring Redd Up. There is a job for everyone! The event kicks off at 8 am with registration, coffee and donuts and a safety talk. The clean up, rain garden ground breaking, and hop planting starts promptly at 9 am. Please join us, and share this invitation with your neighbors!
WHO: Stanton Heights community members
WHAT: Litter cleanup / Planting in rain garden near retaining wall / Stairwell on Stanton at McCandless
WHEN: Saturday April 22, 2016, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon; rain or shine
WHERE: Meeting at Allegheny Cemetery Community Garden—fence gate will be open
WHY: A safer, more beautiful neighborhood
CONTACT: Michael Sturges 412.606.7542 firstname.lastname@example.org Jim Heinrich 412.782.1313 email@example.com
The 5th Annual Stanton Heights Community Festival will take place in August 2017 and we need your help to make it a success! Assistance is needed with identifying entertainment & music, planning games, soliciting donations from area businesses, and brainstorming other ways to make this year’s festival even better! All are welcome to join the committee or volunteer their services.
If you’re interested in volunteering or need more information, please contact Nettie at: 412-661-2587 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
This year Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association is again seeking volunteers to help coordinate our annual community yard sales. Volunteers are needed prior to the event to select a date, create and collect sign-up forms, develop a map of sales, and place advertisements for the sales. Typically the yard sales have been held in late May or June. With a busier than usual Spring and earlier summer, we are considering moving the sales to this fall.
If you are able to help with any of the above listed tasks, please contact SHNA President Lissa Geiger Shulman at email@example.com. If we do not receive enough interest, we will cancel the event this year.
Join us for our monthly happy hour on Thursday, March 23 from 6-8pm at Full Pint Wild Side Pub. Come early for happy hour specials including half-priced drafts from 5 to 6:30! An insider told us they have delicious snacks, sides, and flatbreads around $5-$6, as well as extra large sandwiches served with kettle chips for $9-$14. The kids menu includes a $6 grilled cheese with chips and apple juice. See you there!
Is your yard or street front missing a tree? The SHNA Green Committee wants to help!
Treevitalize, a program of the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and Tree Pittsburgh offers free trees to community groups who have committed tree tenders – residents who are willing to help care for and maintain the trees. Fortunately, our neighborhood has identified tree tenders, now we just need to identify more tree locations! We need to identify a total of 10 new tree locations – these can be a front yard or tree pit between the sidewalk and the street. We added 10 trees last year, many along Stanton Avenue in the heart of our neighborhood. Let’s keep the ball rolling!
Unfortunately, many of the trees in Stanton Heights were planted many years ago and are in need of removal due to overgrowth (large trees interfere with utility lines and impact sidewalks) disease, and death. The city has slowly been removing many of these older trees, leaving major gaps in our urban tree canopy. Tree Pittsburgh is working to help replace these trees with native species that are appropriately sized for our urban environment.
If you are interested in applying for a tree, complete this short application
. Trees will be planted in Spring 2017, but completed applications should be sent to our Board President, Lissa Geiger Schulman (not to the treevitalize coordinator as directed on the form) no later than Thursday, March 16
. We will be assembling all requests and submitting them as one application!