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Friday, October 20
What: Fall Clean-Up and Flower Pull Up
When: 9 a.m.
Where: Meet at the corner of California Ave. and Termon Ave.
Come out and volunteer at the Fall Clean-Up and Flower Pull Up event, hosted by the Brighton Heights Citizens Federation. They’ll be cleaning up flower beds and walkways, and need neighborhood volunteers to help out the 20 Pitt students who volunteered for the event. Sign in at the office at 3629 California Ave and let them know you’re coming so they can order lunch for you!
What: Spring Hill’s Halloween Parade
When: 11:30 a.m.
Where: Brady Memorial Home on Southside Avenue
Beginning at Brady Memorial Home, Spring Hill’s Halloween parade will move down Rockledge Street. Kids will be given prizes for the best costumes, the scariest and the prettiest, and there will be judges to decide the winners.
All participants should arrive at 11 a.m. to register. For more info: email@example.com
Saturday, October 21
What: Isaac Steiner in Concert: Kollel Jewish Learning Center’s “A Night of Music”
When: 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: New Hazlett Theater
The New Hazlett Theater is hosting a benefit concert for the Kollel Jewish Learning Center, featuring world renowned pianist and composer, Isaac Steiner.
Born in Israel, Steiner studied music there before traveling to Italy and Vienna to further his musical education. He is a master of improvisation, composing music as he feels it, creating unpredictable themes, arrangements and melodies. Each concert he performs is unique and an experience not to be missed. Steiner will be accompanied by Jeffrey Grubs on double bass and Thomas Wendt with percussion.
“A Night of Music” will also be a tribute to Betty Kane and Judy Meyers, who will be presented with Kollel’s Suldan Shalom Award for their “service to the community and their inspired joy for living.”