May’s OpenStreetsPGH was GIANT success!

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Photo by Emily Walley

 

Thousands Came Out Into the Streets to Enjoy OpenStreetsPGH

Wow. Yesterday was a blast. People from across the region enjoyed walking, running, dancing, and doing yoga in the middle of the street in Lawrenceville, the Strip District and in Downtown Pittsburgh.

The event would not have been possible without the support of OpenStreetsPGH presenting sponsor Highmark and presenting foundation Colcom Foundation. The Grable Foundation, Heinz Endowments, the Benter Foundation, Rugby Realty, Red House Communications, AARP, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Small Change, Pittsburgh Three Rivers Road Runners, and Top Gear Bicycle Club.

Two more events this summer!

Join us at the next two OpenStreetsPGH events on June 28th and July 26th.

Want to be a part of OpenStreetsPGH?

Here are a two ways that you can be a part of it all.

  1. Volunteer! OpenStreetsPGH was a hell of a good time thanks to all of huge volunteer effort.
  2. Donate! Can you make a $5 donation to support OpenStreetsPGH? Your donation – no matter the size – will help us to host open streets events in the future.

We’re feeling honored and privileged to put on these events as part dedicated group of volunteers and organizations. See you at the next OpenStreetsPGH on June 28.

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