The Friendship Community Group is the volunteer-based advocacy group for the neighborhood of Friendship. We maintain this web page for our community to share upcoming meetings, events, and local news that may be of interest to our neighbors.
Save These Dates!
The Friendship Back-to-School Play Date at Baum Grove and the Garbage Olympics were both a great success. See our events page at https://www.friendship-pgh.org/events for more information and some photos.
Thursday October 20th - Community Meeting - see below for more information.
Monday October 31st - Friendship Candlelit Pumpkin Stroll 7:30 at Baum Grove. Click here for details.
Tuesday November 1st - Zoning and Development Committee meeting at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. Click here for more information.
Tuesday November 29th - National Day of Giving
Friday Evening December 2nd - Annual Friendship Holiday Party
Watch for dates the annual wreath sale.
The Friendship Community Group Board of Directors meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Contact Sara DeLucia at President@Friendship-Pgh.org for more information and for meeting location. Members are welcome to attend.
October Community Meeting
Join the Friendship Community Group for the Fall Community Meeting at the Fourth Church on Friendship Avenue at 7 pm October 20th.
The meeting will feature Conversation / Q&A with Councilwoman Deborah Gross.
This is also the Friendship Community Group Annual Meeting, including election of new board members. Nominations will be announced prior to the meeting.
Asphalt Art at Baum Grove
Would you like to know more about the "asphalt art" in the 5-way intersection in front of Baum Grove?
Go to this page for the full story and lots of photos: https://www.friendship-pgh.org/asphalt-art.
The Good Neighbor Project
The Good Neighbor Project is designed to connect neighbors with a resource guide,
warm greetings, and on-going acts of kindness. The project aims to knit together the
human fabric of the Friendship neighborhood while helping to ensure that neighbors'
basic needs are met.
The Good Neighbor Project was dreamed up by Friendship neighbors with support from
the Friendship Community Group, and will continue to take shape and come to life with
each neighbor’s participation and inspirations.
For more information, or to become a Good Neighbor Project Street Ambassador,
Contact the Good Neighbor Project at: email@example.com.
Click here for the Resource Guide produced by the Good Neighbor Project.