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532 North Homewood Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Open Every Day 7am - 3pm

As Homewood’s social and community hub, Everyday Café hosts many events, open to the public, each year. Unless otherwise indicated below, all events are free of charge and open to the public.

Upcoming Events

Mar.

March 18, 6-8 p.m.

Mastering the Money Mindset with Tammy Thompson

 

Mastering the Money Mindset featuring Tammy Thompson and moderated by Deesha Philyaw will focus on spending habits and how they affect our overall financial condition.

Tammy Thompson is a poverty expert and national speaker whose own personal story has inspired many to take back control of their financial habits!

This event is free and open to all.

 

March 31, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Caribbean Pop-Up Brunch

 

Fruit display

Assorted mini breakfast pastries

Roasted curry vegetables 

Cabbage

Cajun breakfast potatoes

French toast casserole 

Jerk Chicken 

Bacon 

Rice and Peas 

 

Dr. Ervin Dyer of the University of Pittsburgh and members of FLM Haiti will lead a discussion about Haiti and ways our community can support and empower the nation. The presentation will begin at 2pm.  A portion of the proceeds will benefit FLM Haiti. 

 

 

 

Where great coffee and

passionate people meet,

every day

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532 North Homewood Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15208

 

412-727-2169

 

info@everydaycafepgh.com

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Everyday Arts & Culture events are designed to bring artists, poets, authors, and musicians to Homewood. Generous support for these events is made possible by The Heinz Endowments.

 

Past Everyday Arts & Culture events:

 

  • A Conversation with Homewood’s own Nisha Blackwell, Founder & CEO, Knotzland Bowties
  • Teenie in Everyday Society: A Photography Exhibition of Selected Works of Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908–1998)
  • Cups of Conversation: a conversation with ceramic artists about the role of “place” in our lives during these times