Presented by OMA's Art In the Garden Program
12:00 pm -3:00 pm Saturday
WHERE: Borland Garden
527 N Beatty St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
This is a FREE event
Join Art in the Garden for our Fall Festival!
Come relax in the garden and join us for arts, activities, and snacks!
Located in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood, Borland Garden has a native food forest, small fruit orchard, rain garden with a cistern that collects rain from our roofs, lawn, annual vegetable beds, and herb gardens.
Join us for pumpkin carving, s'more & hot pretzel making, stone soup, Afro-Latin Percussion and Dance with Miguel Sague III, hula hooping and flow with Jodi Iddings, multi-lingual storytelling, free books from Reading is FUNdamental, sensory friendly activities with Takeela Washington of Sensory Super Powers, and more! Costumes welcome. If you like, bring a vegetable (any kind!) to add to the stone soup.
The event is FREE. ALL are WELCOME.
12-3 Pumpkin Carving with pumpkins from Soergel Orchards
12-3 Screen printing with the Andy Warhol Museum
12-3 Hazelnut planting and exploring fall seeds with Tree Pittsburgh
12-3 Mindful Eating and Positivity Board with the Hafeman Lab
12-3 Vendors: Stories Like Me, Sweet Shop, Didi Art Creations
12-2 Hot pretzel making in the garden’s wood fired oven
12-1 Bulb Planting with ecologist Sten Carlson
12-1 Stone Soup
12:30-1:30 Sensory Super Powers with Takeela Washington
1:30-2 Flow Class with Jodi Iddings and Princes Gonzalez
2-3 Afro-Latin Percussion, Dance, Song and Storytelling with Miguel Sague III
2-3 Campfire and S’mores
Sponsored by Tree Pittsburgh, Soergel Orchards, Spak Brothers, The Andy Warhol Museum, Whole Foods, Home Depot, and The Heinz Endowments.
The Heinz Endowments seeks to help our region thrive as a whole and just community and, through that work, to model solutions to major national and global challenges. We are devoted to advancing our vision of southwestern Pennsylvania as a vibrant center of creativity, learning, and social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Our work is supported by reliable data based on equitable, results-focused goals to cultivate a world where all are treated with fairness and respect and have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential.
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