THE PEOPLE AT WORK SHOW IS A GO!
Millvale suffered from the heavy rains and the Main Street looked like a river flowing right through the center of town. The roads were closed Thursday. Anyone watching the local news, wondered if the opening of my People at Work Show, scheduled for Saturday 7/7 at 6 PM, could still happen. And the answer is yes. Clean up crews worked feverishly to get the town ready for business.
Hope to see you there for the opening reception Saturday night. Panza Gallery 115 Sedgwick Street Millvale PA.
Regular gallery hours are W TH F 10-5 Sat 10-3
You’ve seen some people at work on the blog already.
Sunday July 8 10-4. 26th and Smallman Street. A. Boss Opticians of Braddock will have a booth of vintage eyeglasses for sale.
They are about the only establishment who will install replacement lenses in vintage eyeglasses.
The flea market will have lots more vintage items besides eyeglasses.
I learned this today when I picked up my new reading and computer glasses. Mr. Boss brought out some samples and I photographed them.
poster above taken from Simonsgranddaughter.com
Meet A.Boss Master Optician
Grateful for birthdays. It was a happy but quiet celebration. Glad my sister is here. More family coming in soon. It was a relaxing day.
Steve, Mary and I took a walk around the Highland Park Reservoir after supper. We got drenched when a sudden thunderstorm appeared just after I took these photos of the peaceful water.
Our power has been out a few hours now. Heard a tree is down on Highland Avenue. Wires down. Hope it can be fixed soon.
Yes, it’s the moon AND fireworks at the same time. Columbus Ohio with the family last week for the gigantic fireworks display. We had a nice evening together.
it’s the annual effort to improve my fireworks photography.
And I am celebrating another year with my Fourth of July birthday today.
Happy Birthday to me.
Four Deflated Snowmen Found on July First.
Yes, it felt like 100 degrees in this heat wave.
At a high school grad party held at North Park Ice Rink.
No ice today.
Look what I found because I turned right instead of left on 21st Street. Looking for the Brew House Association to drop off a photograph for the Pittsburgh Society of Artists show opening Friday July 6. It’s going to be a weekend of art openings for me.
It’s Fredosaurus Rex.
He used to be in front of WQED on Fifth Avenue. I didn’t get out of the car but I read there was a trolley on his tail.
Fredosaurus by artist Karen Howell holding Henrietta Pussycat and King Friday XIII in front of the Fred Rogers Company Offices
In 2003 dinosaur sculptures were installed all around the city of Pittsburgh for Dinomite Days “Dinosaurs on Parade” sponsored by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Photos of other dinosaurs around the city
Steve and I met Vincie at the Penn Brewery parking lot and walked down Vinial Street to the Kaffeehaus on Chestnut Street.
My former photography teacher from Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, Germaine Watkins, had a solo show of incredible photographs of Haiti. I bought the one of the gorgeous countryside that is right behind my head.
Vincie took this photo of me with Germaine
Cameo and Germaine as the show starts
Across the street from the Penn Brewery in the Spring Garden Neighborhood of PIttsburgh
A reproduction of The Elementary Spelling Book by Noah Webster. My grandmother gave it to my father on his 62nd birthday. I found it today while dusting a bookcase.
I’d just been talking with my DIL about spelling earlier in the day.
My guess is this book is like one my father had as a student or used as a teacher.
My father taught all grades in a one room schoolhouse in Illinois.
*And of course we know a boy can toast a piece of bread, too.