October 3rd General Meeting at 6 pm at Spring Hill Elementary School auditorium
Spring Hill Pigeon Sale!
The 2022 Fall Flock has landed. Spread the joyful pigeon propaganda and buy your pigeons now!
Pick-up is at the Spring Hill Brewery. Let us know when to meet you there.
Share your pigeon photos here: instagram.com/springhillpigeons
2022 at a Glance
Monday, September 12th – General Meeting from 6:00-7:30 pm at the WBU Event Venue. 1958 Varley St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Saturday, September 17th – Garbage Olympics starting at 9:00 am. Meet at Firehouse on Homer St.
Monday, October 3rd – General Meeting at Spring Hill Elementary auditorium from 6:00-7:30 pm
Saturday, October 22nd – Halloween Parade/Fall Fest Meet at Spring Hill Elementary at 1351 Damas St (signs will direct to exact meeting location) at 11am to get ready for the parade. Parade route will conclude at Spring Hill Playground for Fall Fest.
Monday, November 7th – General Meeting from 6:00-7:30 pm
Sunday, December 11th – Winterfest and Tree Lighting 2:00-6:00 pm at WBU event venue. Tree Lighting at Waisenhaus Park
Spring Hill is in District 1 of the City of Pittsburgh. District 1’s City Council member is Councilman Bobby Wilson.
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