To celebrate Martin Luther King day, we went to Poetry Unplugged at the August Wilson Center. This was our first time attending a spoken word performance night, and we had a great time.
A group of 40 AEU crew members took a long weekend trip to New York City. The community decided on what sites to visit during the planning process.
Read stories about the trip from AEU crew members! Click here for their stories. This trip was made possible by the Heinz Endowments and the Opportunity Fund.
We took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, explored the 9/11 Memorial, had a tour and workshop at the Guggenheim, and toured MoMA on our own. In between our visits, we explored the city and the festive magic of NYC at the holidays.
36 AEU participants joined Hazelwood youth resident Judah and his family to walk at Highmark Stadium. Look closely at the group photo to see the t-shirts we screen printed at the Satellite Studio!
We hosted a party, including dinner and dancing, for our grandparents on Sunday, September 8th at the Rivers of Steel Pumphouse.
Awards were handed out to the following community members:
Plus! Councilman Corey O’Connor presented Mary Ann McHarg of our Hazelwood library a declaration of her own Pittsburgh day.
We had a day of fun in the sun at Moraine State Park! We swam, played, and had a picnic!
We took a special journey to the nation’s capital for a weekend to take in the sights and visit the highlights of the art scene, including the National Museum of African American History.
We celebrated grandparents in our lives with dinner, music, stories, and dancing.
One last hurrah before school was back in session: a fun picnic together and a trip to the pool!