Guitar Circle
Apr
16
to Jun 25

Guitar Circle

Come join our guitar circle hosted by Nick Weglowski. Every Tuesday evening!! EVERYONE is welcome!  You don’t need ANY knowledge or experience to attend. You don’t even need a guitar!  We’ll have extra.  

*Start at zero and learn from your peers.

*Try new things in a safe, supportive, and non-competitive environment.

 *Meet like-minded folks with an interest in musical performance and composition.

 *Handouts, encouragement, and constructive feedback will be provided.

*$5 donation

Your donations help us to deliver opportunities and services that equip artists and community members to collaborate, innovate and participate in projects that reflect local culture and heritage, and that increase individual pride, confidence, and self-worth. 

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Trance: Larry Beaver Retrospective
May
4
to Jun 9

Trance: Larry Beaver Retrospective

Larry Beaver Retrospective Solo exhibition tracking the life and work of Jeannette artist Larry Beaver. Larry Beaver is haunted by voices and faces.  Creating art helps to exorcise his personal demons.  The son of an art teacher, he enjoyed drawing as a child and briefly attended art school before turning to a career outside of the arts.  Now retired, he draws every day.  Working principally in pastel, Mr. Beaver’s drawings of faces and figures are intuitive and impulsive. His work has been described as both haunting and electrifying with a depth that offers personal connection to viewers who are patient enough to explore his images. 

Works will be available for purchase. Collect you Trance trading card when you visit the gallery.

Opening reception for Trance will take place on May 4 at 6 pm

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The Invisible Man
May
25
6:00 PM18:00

The Invisible Man

Come join us for “The Invisible Man” and enjoy a classic! Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. We will have the popcorn and lemonade! Come see a movie on us! No unaccompanied minors. Admission: pay what you can. Film begins at 6:00 pm. More details to come!

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Altoids Music Box
Jun
13
7:00 PM19:00

Altoids Music Box

How cool is this!!! Ever wished you could turn an Altoids tin into a music box? Now you can! Bring your own full-size Altoids tin, if you have one, or we’ll have spares on hand. Reservations required.

$15. Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

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Glass City Reading City
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading City

Our spring series continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. Featured readers: Mike Good, Stephanie Brea, Karen Lillis & Sarah Shotland. BYOB. 

Please join us- this will be our last reading in our spring series. See you in the fall!

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DIY Jewelry Making Fundamentals
Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

DIY Jewelry Making Fundamentals

Jewelry-making Fundamentals with Nancy Sanner.

If you have ever wanted to explore the art of designing and crafting your own costume jewelry, now is your chance. Jewelry designer and maker Nancy Sanner will introduce the basics of jewelry making, including beadwork and wirework, as she leads the class in creating a necklace, bracelet, and earrings using materials from the Oh, Scrap! jewelry department.  Tools will be provided.  After registering, and anytime prior to the class, you will be able to choose your materials and put them aside so that all the class time can be spent on your project. 

You can find out more about Nancy’s work at https://www.facebook.com/creationsbyrichandnancy

Fee: $15 (includes enough materials to make one necklace, bracelet, and earrings set.)


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Upcycled Belt Bracelets
Jul
11
7:00 PM19:00

Upcycled Belt Bracelets

We’ll take a brief sojourn to metal crafting this month by creating a one-of-a-kind upcycled belt bracelet with a hand-stamped metal plate. You will cut, file, and stamp your own metal-plate which be will attached to your custom-created leather cuff bracelet. This class is not suitable for people with metal allergies; Most of the components will contain brass/copper/nickel. If you have a belt that you’d like to use, feel free to bring it or choose from the selection we’ll have available for you.

All supplies provided. Reservations required.

Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 or “pay what you can.” Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

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Basic Bookmaking
Aug
8
7:00 PM19:00

Basic Bookmaking

We’ll create our own 2-signature books using a mix of recycled and up-cycled papers. No sewing skills required. All materials and tools provided.

Registration is required.

Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 or “pay what you can.” Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

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Glass City Reading Series
Aug
9
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our fall series opens with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Mini Books
Sep
12
7:00 PM19:00

Mini Books

Like our Basic Bookmaking class, but smaller. Do you wish you could have a teeny tiny book so that you can hold it and feel like a giant? Do you want a pocket size book of lists? Do you want a handheldjournal for your next travel adventure? Come create your next potential masterpiece with our latest bookmaking class.

Registrations required.

Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 or “pay what you can.” Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

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Glass City Reading Series
Sep
13
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our fall series continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Movie Night
Sep
28
6:00 PM18:00

Movie Night

Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. We will have the popcorn and lemonade! Come see a movie on us! No unaccompanied minors. Admission: pay what you can. Film begins at 6:00 pm. More details to come!

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Glass City Reading Series
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our fall continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Glass City Reading Series
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our fall series features poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Upcycled Holiday Crafts
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

Upcycled Holiday Crafts

We’ll use recycled and upcycled materials to make holiday ornaments, cards, gift tags, and gift wraps. Get a jumpstart on your holiday season and join us for a relaxing crafty evening. Hand-sewings kills helpful, but not required. All supplies provided.

Registrations required.

Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 or “pay what you can.” Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

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Movie Night
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

Movie Night

Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. We will have the popcorn and lemonade! Come see a movie on us! No unaccompanied minors. Admission: pay what you can. Film begins at 6:00 pm. More details to come!

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Cigar Box Shrines DIY Class
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Cigar Box Shrines DIY Class

Back by popular demand!!!! We'll take an upcycled cigar box from Oh Scrap! and turn it into a one-of-a-kind artsy shrine to your choice of deity. Obsessed with a celebrity? Create a tiny homage honoring him or her. Got a song constantly stuck in your head? Exorcise that earworm through art. More of the traditionalist? Focus on a more conventional subject like the Virgin Mary or the Dalai Lama. Bring images of your one true, if you'd like, or be inspired by the materials we'll have on hand. to reserve your seat register at https://www.yah406clay.org/register. All supplies will be provided.
DIY workshops in the Oh, Scrap! room introduce participants, aged 18 and older, to the creation of art from recycled materials. Check out our events calendar to see what is coming up. Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 or “pay what you can.” Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

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Glass City Reading Series
May
10
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our spring series continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery.. Featured readers: Taylor Grieshober, Ben Gwin & Sam Mitchell. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Spring Things! Two in One Workshop.  Part 2: Lavender Sachet Pendants
May
9
7:00 PM19:00

Spring Things! Two in One Workshop. Part 2: Lavender Sachet Pendants

We’ll use scrap fabric, old jeans, and miscellaneous upcycled treasures to create tiny lavender sachets and fabric beads to create our own unique relaxation necklaces. Hand-sewing skills helpful, but not required. No jewelry-making experience necessary, but if you have your own set of pliers, feel free to bring them so you won’t have to share.

All supplies will be provided.

This class is not suitable for people with a lavender allergy.

Registration includes participation in both Growing Mushrooms and Lavender Sachet Pendants included in the $15 fee. Register here:

https://www.yah406clay.org/register

Unless otherwise noted, fee for all classes is $15 . Basic materials for workshops will be provided as part of the class fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Oh, Scrap! during the workshop.

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Spring Things!  Two in One Workshop.  Part One: Growing Mushrooms
May
9
6:00 PM18:00

Spring Things! Two in One Workshop. Part One: Growing Mushrooms

YAH Resident Artist Marion Morton is hosting recurring mushroom growing workshops at the gallery! Marion recruits the help of live mushrooms in his sculpture, and he would love to share his techniques for growing mushrooms at home.

In this workshop you can expect to learn some basic mushroom biology, how to mix your own growing medium, the conditions that yield a healthy crop of mushrooms, and some recipes for your home-grown mushrooms. In May, we grow Reishi. You’ll leave the gallery with a mushroom patch bag like the ones you can buy at the store, except YOU made this one! It doesn’t get any fresher than that. All you have to bring is yourself. See you there!

Growing Mushrooms is concurrent with Lavender Sachet Pendants and one registration covers participation in both of these exciting and innovative workshops. See sign-up details below on the Lavender Sachet Pendant description and get your registration in early!

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The Son of the Blob
Apr
20
6:00 PM18:00

The Son of the Blob

Beware The Blob (alternately titled as Beware the BlobSon of BlobSon of the Blob or The Blob Returns) is a 1972 sequel to horror science-fiction film The Blob (1958). The film was directed by Larry Hagman. The screenplay was penned by Anthony Harris and Jack Woods III, based on a story by Jack H. Harris and Richard Clair. The film originally earned a PG rating from the MPAA, though it is now unrated.

Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. We will have the popcorn and lemonade! Come see a movie on us! No unaccompanied minors. Admission: pay what you can. Film begins at 6:00 pm. More details to come!

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Glass City Reading Series
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our spring series continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Featured readers: Kristofer Collins, Richard Gegick, Bob Pajich and Kurt Garrison. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB.

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Guitar Circle
Mar
26
7:30 PM19:30

Guitar Circle

Come join our guitar circle hosted by Nick Weglowski. EVERYONE is welcome!  You don’t need ANY knowledge or experience to attend. You don’t even need a guitar!  We’ll have extra.  

*Start at zero and learn from your peers.

*Try new things in a safe, supportive, and non-competitive environment.

 *Meet like-minded folks with an interest in musical performance and composition.

 *Handouts, encouragement, and constructive feedback will be provided.

There is NO CHARGE but donations to You Are Here are welcome.  

Your donations help us to deliver opportunities and services that equip artists and community members to collaborate, innovate and participate in projects that reflect local culture and heritage, and that increase individual pride, confidence, and self-worth. 

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Movie Night: The Blob
Mar
23
6:00 PM18:00

Movie Night: The Blob

An alien life form consumes everything in its path as it grows and grows. Featuring Steve McQueen, Aneta Corsaut and Earl Rowe. You won’t want to miss the 1958 sci-fi horror classic about a deadly blob from another planet which consumes everything in its path. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. We will have the popcorn and lemonade! Come see a movie on us! No unaccompanied minors. Admission: pay what you can. Film begins at 6:00 pm. More details to come!

PS- Your donations help us to deliver opportunities and services that equip artists and community members to collaborate, innovate and participate in projects that reflect local culture and heritage, and that increase individual pride, confidence, and self-worth.

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Guitar Circle
Mar
19
7:30 PM19:30

Guitar Circle

Come join our guitar circle hosted by Nick Weglowski. EVERYONE is welcome!  You don’t need ANY knowledge or experience to attend. You don’t even need a guitar!  We’ll have extra.  

*Start at zero and learn from your peers.

*Try new things in a safe, supportive, and non-competitive environment.

 *Meet like-minded folks with an interest in musical performance and composition.

 *Handouts, encouragement, and constructive feedback will be provided.

There is NO CHARGE but donations to You Are Here are welcome.  

Your donations help us to deliver opportunities and services that equip artists and community members to collaborate, innovate and participate in projects that reflect local culture and heritage, and that increase individual pride, confidence, and self-worth. 

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Disconnections
Mar
9
to Apr 13

Disconnections

Disconnections, curated by Dan Overdorff, will feature six artists including internationally displayed artist Chris Cites from Seattle. Disconnections is a term that can mean becoming isolated, separated or even the act of detaching one thing from another. It is a word that is continually present in every facet of our world today. In conversation or by watching the news, you may find yourself feeling removed from the world or even the person you are directly talking to. The objective of this show is to introduce the viewer to varying views of the word “disconnections” through the eyes of six different artists who are all at different points of their creative careers. The idea for this show was developed through conversations between show curator, Dan Overdorff and visiting Seattle based artist, Chris “The Bag Painter” Crites. Also featuring Pati Beachley and Samantha Lantz.


"It is my belief that we are far more connected to each other and our environment, oftentimes in ways we may not even realize. Each of our actions, choices and beliefs effect our shared world. It seems so much these days that we are led to see our differences by the media and people in power so that it can be harder sometimes to see what we all have in common. By using images from the past I am making connections and attempting to explore this shared experience of our existence. It is a process of seeing things in a different way. This is often a disconnection from the images’ original context but they still tell stories and have meaning."

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Glass City Reading Series
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

Our spring series continues with poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Featuring Jason Baldinger, Kaitlyn Gidick, & Bart Solarczyk Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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Guitar Circle
Mar
5
7:30 PM19:30

Guitar Circle

Come join our guitar circle hosted by Nick Weglowski. EVERYONE is welcome!  You don’t need ANY knowledge or experience to attend. You don’t even need a guitar!  We’ll have extra.  

*Start at zero and learn from your peers.

*Try new things in a safe, supportive, and non-competitive environment.

 *Meet like-minded folks with an interest in musical performance and composition.

 *Handouts, encouragement, and constructive feedback will be provided.

There is NO CHARGE but donations to You Are Here are welcome.  

Your donations help us to deliver opportunities and services that equip artists and community members to collaborate, innovate and participate in projects that reflect local culture and heritage, and that increase individual pride, confidence, and self-worth. 

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"Stitches" Opening Reception
Jan
12
to Feb 23

"Stitches" Opening Reception

You Are Here announces the opening of Stitches. The exhibition showcases YAH Resident Artist Pamelajean Werner,  YAH Satellite Artist Jess Higo Walbridge, and guest artist Imani Russell.  Werner has decades of experience as a weaver and maker of rag quilts. Her work is inspired by both traditional and contemporary insights. Walbridge is a master crocheter whose intention is “to bring ‘women’s work’ into a fine art setting” with her references to monsters and powerful women. She has developed her body of work by morphing classical concepts, feminist undertones, and monstrous themes into unexpected fiber pieces.  Washington DC area artist, Imani Russell (indigo’s friends.com) creates her cloth dolls using worn clothing, found fabrics and unusual objects: a tradition passed down from her mother and grandmother.  She is inspired by the Gullah, a distinctive group of African Americans originally rooted in the southeastern U.S. during the 18th century.  Their origins in Sierra Leone endowed them with immunity to malaria that often left them surviving their slave masters, so they were able to cultivate and sustain a unique culture that still survives as a national treasure.  Russell says, “Natozake Shange’s novel Sassafras, Cypress and Indigowas my introduction to Gullah culture. . .This story still informs my work.”

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Yarn Circle
Jan
10
6:00 PM18:00

Yarn Circle

The Yarn Circle is a crochet group for all skill levels lead by master crocheter Jess Higo Walbridge. We have the yarn and hooks! Help us to make granny squares for an upcoming public art project in Jeannette, and in return, get some yarn for your own project. Jess will be on hand to teach beginners and to exchange knowledge and tips with masters.

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Off the Wall Reception
Dec
15
6:00 PM18:00

Off the Wall Reception

Join us on December 15th, from 6PM to 8PM at You Are Here 406 and hang out with all of the #artists participating in the show! If you like a piece of work, you can buy it and take home on the spot!

Just Roll'd Up will be right outside of our space selling sushi! Menu coming soon!

Bring your acoustic Instrument and play in our Hoilday Jam!

There will be a cookie table from Madd Batter inside as well with beverages!

We hope to see you!!!

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Movie Night
Dec
8
7:00 PM19:00

Movie Night

In the spirit of the season, come and enjoy the 1935 black and white British-made version on Scrooge. But don’t you be a Scrooge: bring non-perishable food items to be donated to a Jeannette community service organization.

As usual, we’ll have popcorn and sodas.

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Yarn Circle
Nov
29
6:00 PM18:00

Yarn Circle

The Yarn Circle, lead by master crocheter Jess Walbridge, welcomes crocheters of all levels to come, learn, share knowledge, and sharpen your skills. Yarn and hooks, tea and cookies are all provided. Everyone welcome.

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Off the Wall exhibition and sale
Nov
28
to Dec 22

Off the Wall exhibition and sale

Off The Wall is a” cash and carry” exhibition and sale featuring unique contemporary wall art and crafts from a broad array of artists. You like it? You can buy it and take it with you. All prices are shopper-friendly. Art makes a great gift!

Off The Wall opens the evening of November 28, which is Light-Up night in Jeannette, so come and join the festivities. Off The Wall holiday reception is scheduled for December 15 (see below.)

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Fiction Readings
Nov
10
1:00 PM13:00

Fiction Readings

Barbara Miller reaches at the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction Program. She is nationally known for her romance writing and her books have been translated into 14 languages. She has also published mysteries,children's books,novellas, anthologies, and a picture book. She lives in Western PA with her husband and a collection of dogs and cats.

Mary Ann Mogus is a retired physics professor. She has published fiction and nonfiction in local, regional,and national  magazines and anthologies. Her interactive mystery plays  have been performed as fund raisers. She has published nine books in mysteries and science fiction genre.

Her recent book is Shaman's Blood. She is interested in science, history,archaeology, and forensics.

Ronald J.Shafer is a graduate of the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program. His work has appeared in local and regional magazines and in anthologies. He enjoys hiking, fishing, reading, and listening to classical music.

Marge Burke is a graduate of the Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction program. She works at three auto dealerships, but juggles two grown children,five grand children, teaches Sunday School and manages to find time to write. Her work has appeared in local and regional magazines and newspapers and anthologies. She has published two historical books: Fields of Blue and Letters to Mary.

Rebecca Dunn works at WCCC and has published in local and regional newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. She has also directed plays for a number of local theater groups. Her degrees are in English and Theater and she has taught at WCCC in addition to her other work at the college.

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Glass City Reading Series
Nov
9
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Reading Series

The fourth in our series of monthly poetry readings organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us on the second Friday of each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets, a little bit of music and a lot of relaxed comradery. Acoustic music provided! Donations welcome. BYOB. 

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The Yarn Circle
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

The Yarn Circle

The Yarn Circle is a crochet group for all skill levels lead by master crocheter Jess Higo Walbridge. We have the yarn and hooks! Help us to make granny squares for an upcoming public art project in Jeannette, and in return, get some yarn for your own project. Jess will be on hand to teach beginners and to exchange knowledge and tips with masters.

Tea and cookies provided! First meeting will be November 8th at 6pm. First skein of yarn from Oh, Scrap! is free then purchase additional yarn at ridiculously low prices.

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Night Of The Living Dead
Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

Night Of The Living Dead

Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of George Romero’s classic Night Of The Living Dead with us on October 27th at 7p.m. Beyond Horror Podcast will be joining us for a post-screening discussion. Free popcorn! Free fun! Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. BYOB Donations welcome. See you there!

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Glass City Poetry Series
Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

Glass City Poetry Series

Our poetry events are organized by Pittsburgh area poet Scott Silsbe. Join us on the second Friday of each month at 7:00 pm for readings by selected local poets. October featured readers are Lori Jakiela, Meghan Tutulo,Lou Ickes, and Dave Newman. Donations welcome. BYOB.  

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Come & Create Sundays
Oct
7
to Nov 18

Come & Create Sundays

You Are Here invites you to come and create with us at Oh, Scrap! beginning October 7th. Every Sunday from 12p-3p, your creative juices will be flowing! All you need is an idea (and $10 to cover the materials you use on site) and the fun will follow. Come alone or bring friends! Cost is $10 per session or buy three sessions for $25.

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