Lawrenceville United and the Lawrenceville Farmers Market are proud to partner with UPMC to bring the COVID-19 vaccines to you and the community.
WHEN: Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Appointments are highly encouraged. To schedule, please call 833-653-0518 and ask for the Lawrenceville Farmers Market Vaccine Clinic.
If English is not your preferred language and you would like to schedule with an interpreter, please call 833-660-2416.
Someone from UPMC may call you to schedule your appointment. If you receive a call from 412-432-7555, please accept the call.
WHERE: Lawrenceville Farmers Market, Arsenal Park 249 39th Street. Pittsburgh, PA 15201
WHO: For those in Lawrenceville and surrounding communities.
This clinic will offer the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine, which recommended for those 18 and older.
Please note, anyone under 18 years of age will need parental consent. For more information, please visit UPMC.com/COVIDVaccine.
|The good people at Trinity Baptist Church have partnered with the Food Bank to do a food distribution this Saturday, 3/20 from 1-3 p.m. 75 boxes of food are available, plus other household items. If your household could use a little extra food this week, sign up below or drop by the church at 3415 Ligonier Street during the hours above. Supplies are limited, so signing up in advance is encouraged (though not required).
Our monthly “Happenings” Community Meeting took place on 1/19/2021. Click HERE to view a full recording of the meeting if you missed it!
Thank you to our participants and speakers who joined our homeowners workshop on Mon 11/16! We apologize for the mid-presentation interruption, and invite you to watch the recordings of all the scheduled speakers and their presentations below.
Each presentation is linked separately with times provided so you can go directly to the topics of most interest to you. We hope you find this information useful. Please contact the event organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to connect further with any of the speakers!
Lawrenceville Homeowners Workshop
Presentation 1 (begins at minute 04:35 seconds) : Jeremy Carter, URA – Mortgage & Rental Assistance + Tangled Titles
Presentation 2 (begins at minute 00:03 seconds): Andrew Shull, Action Housing – Home Weatherization, Utilities Assistance & LIHEAP Program
Presentation 3 (begins at minute 11:48 seconds): Grace Orsatti, Duquesne University Law Clinic – Estate Planning, Health Directive and Free Wills Prep Clinic (presentations accompanied by current law students representing the clinic)
Presentation 4 (begins at minute 32:12 seconds): Ed Nusser, City of Bridges Community Land Trust – Buying & Selling a Home through a Community Land Trust to Access + Preserve Affordability
In case you missed it – the Lawrenceville Farmers Market Season has been extended until December 15. We’re now open 3:00 – 6:00 pm every Tuesday in Arsenal Park, with 3:00 – 3:30 reserved for those disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
We have over 22 vendors selling fresh, local fruits, vegetables, eggs, milk, cheese, meat, coffee, tea, bread & baked goods (including gluten free!), soap and wellness products, prepared foods (including mediterranean meals to go and fresh cider donuts!), beer, liquor, wine, and MUCH MORE!
Come see us!
A resource workshop for renters was held on 10/22/2020. Check out the full video below or HERE to catch all the great information. Big thanks to all our partners: Hill District Consensus Group, Rent Help PGH, Hispanic CDC, Community Justice Project, CMU CREATE Lab, and Regional Housing Legal Services.
Are you facing challenges making rent due to COVID-19? Need support to stay in your home? Come learn about local resources that can help!
Speakers will discuss applying for the PA CARES rent relief program, current status of the eviction moratorium, and accessing emergency services.
To RSVP or with questions please email email@example.com or call 412-802-7220.
This is the first of three virtual workshops focused on housing issues in Lawrenceville and beyond. The second meeting will focus on resources for homeowners and the third will focus on resources for landlords to preserve and expand affordable housing stock.
Join us for LU’s fall membership meeting on Wednesday, October 7th, at 6:30 p.m. There are three ways to participate (no RSVP or password necessary!):
- Join by Zoom video conference at https://zoom.us/j/
- Join by Zoom phone conference by dialing 646-558-8656 and then entering meeting ID 412 802 7220
- Watch via Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/
We’ll share some questions (and invite your own!) on how we can plan together to address the longer-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the meeting we’ll be breaking out into smaller discussion groups based on your main topics of interest, which could include things like food access, transportation, housing, small business support, development, equity, care for our elder wisdom keepers, etc. We invite your ideas! Please send us your suggestions for breakout room discussion topics to firstname.lastname@example.org!
We will also be discussing how we as Lawrenceville residents and LU members can most effectively participate in Pittsburgh’s city-wide planning process, now being carried out through online processes and platforms such as EngagePGH – we want to make sure our neighborhood’s voice is heard.
Please let us know if you need any accommodations to help make participating easier by contacting us at 412-802-7220 or email@example.com!