The seventh annual event features dozens of artists in a variety of media.
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The Mt. Lebanon tradition kicks off with an evening of fun featuring local musician Christopher Mark Jones and his band.
In the wake of COVID-19, business as usual is taking on new meanings, and Mt. Lebanon commercial districts manager Eric Milliron wants to help…
Caitlin Harhai included a portrait of her favorite condiment as part of the portfolio she submitted to the Mt. Lebanon Partnership for award consideration.
Katie Doncourt’s paintings of her brother and herself helped prompt Mt. Lebanon Partnership members to select her for a $1,000 award toward attending George Washington University.
Consultant: “It’s really meant to aid the municipality in determining what kind of art you want to make, where that art should go and how you’re going to go about making it.”
Again, there are three.
Admirers of the series of planter boxes along Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon may not realize who cares for them.