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Citiparks Offers Art Cart Visits

The summer Roving Art Cart could bring art to an outdoor space near you.

Kids who enjoy art and the outdoors can check out the Roving Art Cart, a mobile arts and crafts station that tours local parks and playgrounds, now through August 10.

Every Tuesday through Friday, the fun starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 1 p.m. Kids ages 5 to 12 can do a variety of projects including using recycled materials to make Bicycle Spin Art; creating ArtBots with the help of Carnegie Mellon’s University’s CREATE Lab, and learning about cartooning with the Toonseum

The Art Cart is rain or shine and parties of 10 or more must register at www.Citiparks.net or call ahead at 412-665-3665 to make reservations. 

Check out when the Art Cart will be rolling into your area.

Visit Date Visit Location (click to map)

June 26 Ormsby Community Center - South Side June 27 Phillips Community Center - Carrick June 28 Beechview Spray Park - Beechview June 29 Riverview Park - Observatory Entrance July 3 Ammon Community Center - Hill District July 5 West End/Elliott Overlook - Elliott July 6 Schenley Park - Schenley Oval July 10 Moore Park - Brookline July 11 Paulson Community Center - Lincoln-Lemington July 12 Arsenal Park - Lawrenceville July 13 Highland Park - Super Playground July 17 West Penn Community Center - Polish Hill July 18 Jefferson Community Center - North Side July 19 Banksville Park - Banksville July 20 Riverview Park - Observatory Entrance July 24 Brookline Community Center - Brookline July 25 Magee Community Center - Greenfield July 26 Troy Hill Spray Park - Troy Hill July 27 Grandview Park Overlook - Mt. Washington July 31 Warrington Community Center - Beltzhoover August 1 Marmaduke Playground - Brighton Heights August 2 Westinghouse Park - Homewood August 3 Schenley Park - Anderson Playground August 7 Highland Park - Farmhouse Playground August 8 Arlington Community Center - Arlington August 9 Dan Cohen Playground, Mellon Park - Shadyside August 10 Frick Park - Blue Slide Playground



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