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Hello Wilkinsburg! Come Over, Come Eat, Come Play
Park It

4:00-9:00pm at Hosanna House, 807 Wallace Ave
~ free food, dance, and dominos ~

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“Come Over, Come Eat, Come Play” by Jennifer Chenoweth in collaboration with the Wilkinsburg Community Development Corporation and the Wilkinsburg Community Art and Civic Design Commission with sponsorship by the Temporary Public Art and Placemaking Program of Neighborhood Allies and the Office of Public Art of Pittsburgh.

This program is supported by generous funding from the Hillman Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.

South Ave Methodist

Fisterra Projects is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Fisterra Projects
Jennifer Chenoweth
1200 E 2nd St
Austin Texas 78702
c/o Wilkinsburg CDC
1001 Wood Street
Wilkinsburg, PA 15221

Fisterra Projects’ mission is to explore how visual art can help people make deep and transformational insights into their lives.
Art can be a powerful tool for change.




There are 23 historic religious structures in Wilkinsburg, in only 2.4 square miles. The architecture is amazing. I'm excited to be collaborating with Preservation Pittsburgh to document them. Keep an eye out for an upcoming photo contest.

Open Studio with A Peace of Mind


In collaboration with A Peace of Mind, Inc. we are excited to provide an OPEN STUDIO workshop for grownups.

Saturday July 29th, 2017


620 Wood Street, Wilkinsburg

This is a FREE event; all we ask is that you come with an open mind and a willingness to create.

Materials and snacks provided.

A Peace of Mind Inc. (APOM) is a nonprofit therapeutic art studio offering a variety of programming from dance to visual arts.

RSVP here on Eventbrite

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Wilkinsburg Youth Project

Wilkinsburg Youth Project

During my summer connections for Come Over, Come Eat, Come Play, I have enjoyed meeting the energetic young people in the Wilkinsburg Youth Project.

The Wilkinsburg Youth Project is a sister program of the Braddock Youth Project. They have college-aged leaders from around the country training WYP high-school aged workers and leaders. The students are being paid to learn and do community service projects this summer in three areas: Mentoring, Gardening, and Media Arts.

WYP breakfast

Most of these students grew up in Wilkinsburg and attend a variety of schools, from Westinghouse High School to charter schools. They have ambitions of going to college and working in business. I was glad to learn that a majority of them prefer real-time learning and “doing things.” They do not solely love social media and computer work - they want to be active in their bodies and in their communities.

WYP Mentoring Group

Their mentoring team is looking for partnerships throughout the Wilkinsburg community. They hope to engage with kids ages 5-13, so if you know of a non-profit organization who is in need of some extra hands, please reach out to Brendan Renee and Meredythe Kimmel at Their summer job program ends on August 4th, but the school year program will be up and running in October, so keep their media and gardening teams in mind, too, for projects throughout the community.

And local businesses in Wilkinsburg can hire a pre-screened intern from this group. Help engage our future.

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Get Your Dancing Shoes On

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Ahead of the dance party August 5, start taking dance lessons every Monday in Wilkinsburg! 

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