Depreciation Lands Museum programs
The Depreciation Lands Museum's annual Friendship Day will offer free admission and special demonstrations from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
A free concert will be presented at 2 p.m. by the Pittsburgh Historic Music Society, a group of musicians who perform historic music on period instruments. They will play music from the early days of Pittsburgh, ranging from the refined strains of Handel to local tunes handed down from grandfather to grandchild.
The living history village is at 4743 S. Pioneer Road. Information: 412-486-0563 or www.DepreciationLandsMuseum.org.
A day for pets and owners
The fourth annual Sewickley Unleashed, a fundraiser for the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society, will feature a 5K walk/run for adults, a pet parade and food and vendor booths from 8:30 to 3 p.m. Saturday in the village business district.
The 5K will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the municipal building on Thorn Street and wind through the borough streets, finishing at the starting location. Medals will be awarded by age categories.
A pet parade led by Mayor Brian Jeffe and his dog Otis will take place at noon with registration and lineup beginning at the PNC parking lot on Blackburn Avenue. Officer Frank Lesniak and his K-9 officer, Trip, as well as the dogs from the Sewickley Hunt Club will lead the procession.
The parade will follow Beaver Street through the village and end at Broad Street. Registration is $10 per pet. Prizes will be awarded in various pet and people categories.
Parking will be free. Information: www.sewickleyunleashed.org.
Outreach offices have expanded
North Hills Community Outreach has expanded its North Boroughs office by 50 percent to offer more services and increase privacy for those who visit the Allegheny General Hospital Suburban campus building, 100 S. Jackson Ave.
The office space and food pantry on floor 2 South in the hospital will remain open, and more office space will open on the first floor off the lobby.
The expansion was through a partnership with West Penn-Allegheny Health System, which rents the space to NHCO for $1 per month. The Bellevue location, which was opened in 2000, is one of five NHCO offices.
Last year, the office served 1,359 families, providing $131,193 in food, housing and utility assistance. The location also houses its Faith In Action caregiving for seniors program.
LA ROCHE COLLEGE
Students receive sculpture in Ireland
Ten students in La Roche College's Sports and Entertainment Marketing course accepted an honor from the Lord Mayor of Kerry County in Ireland during a recent study abroad trip.
The trip was offered through the college's Study Abroad+Study USA program, which provides students with the opportunity to study abroad or domestically at little or no cost.
Students met with the Kerry County Council to learn more about that district's progress, major industries and sports marketing as well as its issues and concerns.
Lord Mayor Terry O'Brien and county manager Tom Curran presented the students with a stained glass sculpture to commemorate their visit to Kerry County and to symbolize the relationship between Ireland and the U.S.
Road work will mean restrictions
Traffic will be restricted to single lanes on Freeport Road during a resurfacing project that will begin Monday and continue through June 21.
Derry Construction Co. Inc. of Latrobe will mill and resurface about two miles of the road between the intersection of Western Avenue in Aspinwall and through O'Hara.
The project also involves drainage work, base repairs and new markings.
Career fair at community center
WorkAble, a partnership of North Hills Community Outreach, the Career Development Center of Jewish Family & Children's Service of Pittsburgh and South Hills Interfaith Ministry will hold a career fair from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday in the Millvale Community Center, 416 Lincoln Ave.
Launched in fall 2012 and supported by the United Way of Allegheny County, WorkAble is a countywide employment and critical needs service for struggling adults. The agency serves unemployed and underemployed individuals throughout Allegheny County at North Hills Community Outreach sites in Hampton and Millvale, South Hills Interfaith Ministry offices in Bethel Park and Jewish Family & Children's Service offices in Squirrel Hill.
The career fair will feature employers from UPMC, Goodwill, Giant Eagle, PNC Bank, University of Pittsburgh, U.S. Steel, St. Clair Hospital, Asko Inc. and others.
Those who want to attend must register in advance: 412-586-3732.
'Recycle Rama' and shredding event
At Hampton School District's sixth annual "Recycle Rama," electronic items, construction materials, appliances, clothing and other items will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Hampton High School parking lot.
The event also will feature a mobile shredding truck sponsored by state Rep. Hal English, R-Hampton, and Comcast. Each person is limited to five bags and/or boxes of shredding material.
These items will be accepted at no charge: electronics, including televisions; computers; cell phones; printer cartridges; rechargeable and alkaline batteries; car batteries; construction materials; appliances without freon; scrap metal; children's books through grade 8; adult books; paper; cardboard; magazines; textbooks; and encyclopedias.
Also accepted will be medical equipment such as crutches, wheelchairs, canes, nebulizers and walkers; plastic grocery bags; clothing; shoes; small household items; costumes; towels; blankets; eyeglasses; and aluminum cans.
For the following items, individuals are invited to bring some and take some -- Hampton athletic uniforms, spirit wear, and sports and dance equipment. Information: www.alleghenycounty.us.