All day celebration, including food, beer, gear, crafts and music on your first ride of the Great Allegheny Passage
Event will feature the Community Heritage Market with local vendors, businesses, food and beer, DJs and bike events.
Besides a variety of handcraft vendors, Pittsburgh food trucks such as Oh My Grill, the Pittsburgh Taco Truck and The Dozen Dessert Truck will also be on hand. Blue Dust will be supplying microbrews from their gastropub in Homestead at the market for purchase and The Waterfront will be sponsoring music as well as hosting events throughout the shopping complex site in celebration of the trail opening. During the Pop-Up Party, electricity will be supplied by sustainable energy outfitters ZeroFossil.
Rivers of Steel Community Heritage Market will also run 10 AM to 2 PM, Sunday, June 16. Other market vendors include Robin Londino’s Handcrafted Jewelry; Brown Bird Green String, Karen’s Kind Beads and the Bulgarian-Macedonian Club.
For more info contact Rob Baraff.
Officially kicking off on May 1 and ending September 30, this free and friendly competition encourages people throughout the Pittsburgh region to get out and ride, whether as daily commuters, weekend warriors, or somewhere in between.
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