Join us Saturday, May 16th in California-Kirkbride (North Side) at Jacksonia Parklet from 11:00-2:00PM for the family-friendly event!
“This year the festival’s events are inspired by a farm-to-table food concept and a desire to address the neighborhood’s limited access to fresh produce. Two highlights of the event? Food Feud, a friendly cook-off between local celebrity chefs and neighborhood residents, and the Farm n’ Fun Kid Zone with lots of amazing activities focused on healthy eating. Look for an appearance by Daniel Tiger!”
Check out this article about Leadership Pittsburgh in The Jewish Chronicle! Read about what our graduates have to say about their experience with Leadership Pittsburgh.
Join LDI XXII, a program of Leadership Pittsburgh Inc., in this year’s PopUp! Pittsburgh project, Fresh Fest! Fresh Fest will be a fun-filled afternoon of exciting entertainment and family-friendly activities in Pittsburgh’s lively Northside neighborhood, California-Kirkbride, May 16, 2015. Based on the farm-to-table concept, Fresh Fest will be full of exciting opportunities to entertain the entire family.
You won’t want to miss one of the highlight events of the day, Food Feud! Food Feud is going to be all out cooking competition between California-Kirkbride neighborhood residents and local celebrity chefs.
Three rounds of competition—vegetable, meat, and pre-made baked good—will pit three different celebrity chefs against three different neighborhood residents and/or teams. A panel of judges including local celebrities as well as neighborhood residents will choose the winner of each round and an overall best dish winner.
At Fresh Fest, you’ll also want to spend some family time in Farm n’ Fun, a kids zone full of hands-on activities. Included will be a make and take area where kids can create their own dish to take home or to eat right there. And, be sure to check out the farm exploration tasting section where kids will learn about different farming practices through engaging demonstrations.
We hope that you will join us in California-Kirkbride on May 16, 2015, for Fresh Fest. Check back for more updates on celebrity chefs and other activities and collaborating partners including Northside Coalition for Fair Housing, Neighborhood Allies, The Buhl Foundation, Farm Truck Foods, and our presenting sponsor Highmark.
The LDI class is currently collecting submissions for California-Kirkbride residents to sign up as chefs or judges for Food Feud. ContactFreshFest2015@gmail.com for more information.
PopUp! Pittsburgh 2015 is conducted in partnership with Northside Coalition for Fair Housing.
Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.’s Inaugural Community Leadership Course for Veterans (CLCV) participants pair up with WESA and other local veterans for a Storytelling Project
January 25, 2012 – Read Reflections on my year of Leadership Pittsburgh by Tracy Certo, LP XXVII, featured in Pop City Media! Click Here!
January 13, 2012 – LEADERSHIP PITTSBURGH XXVIII featured in a Trib Live article focused on their Public Education session! Click Here!
October 29, 2010 – Check out Leadership Pittsburgh XXVI Alumni doing good in the community as part of their Learning Group project! Click here!
April 9, 2010 – Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. featured in a recent COMCAST Spotlight Interview Click here to watch!
January 11, 2010– Aradhna Dhanda Chosen to Represent Pittsburgh Region on Informational Tour of Germany Click here to see the official Press Release.
May 13, 2014 – Read about the upcoming PopUp! Pittsburgh event hosted by Leadership Development Initiative XXI in Larimer in ImaginePittsburgh’s latest online feature. Read the article here.
April 27, 2014 – Learn more about Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.’s newest initiative Community Leadership Course for Veterans featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read the article here.
April 22, 2014 – Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.’s is excited to announce the start of our newest initiative: Community Leadership Course for Veterans featured on TribLIVE Read the article here.
January 20, 2014 – Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. toasted leadership at the Third Annual Champagne Luncheon Click here to read more about the event.
July 17, 2013 – Article written by Ed Palombo, XXIX, featured in Pop City – Why I serve: on the school board.
May 21, 2013 – Learn about Leadership Pittsburgh XXIX’s Learning Group projects on WPXI’s Our Region’s Business.
February 22, 2013 – Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. featured in Pittsburgh Business Times article: Group developing current, future leaders.
June 11, 2012 – Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald featured as keynote speaker at Leadership Pittsburgh XXVIII Commencement Ceremony in Pittsburgh Tribune Review article!
May 25, 2012 – One of the Leadership Pittsburgh XXVIII’s Learning Group Projects mentioned in The Breathe Project blog!
May 15, 2012 – Read the newest Imagine Pittsburgh Now articleWe Do! (Take Two): Upper Lawrenceville Love Story on Display this Saturdayas you bake your cookies and review your vows for this year’s PopUp Pittsburgh event!
Curious about how this year’s Leadership Pittsburgh XXVIII class is doing? Read class member Ted Pettko’s insights in My Leadership Pittsburgh Experience.
May 14, 2012 – Prepare for this weekend’s PopUp Pittsburgh We Do (Take Two) An Upper Lawrenceville Love Story Celebration by reading Quirky Pittsburgh Neighborhood Wants Some Attention from the Pittsburgh Tribune Review!
April 10, 2012 – Get inside looks at the impact that the Reshaping Communities Session had on LP XXVIII in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article Leadership Pittsburgh Learns About Revitalizing City Business Corridors!
February 14, 2012 – Be sure to read “An Upper Lawrenceville Love Story” Highlights People, History, Architecture by current LDI XIX participant, Kristen Freiss, to learn more about this year’s PopUp! Pittsburgh project and watch a video about its location! Click Here