Three days of events in October celebrating the life and art of Henry Koerner. All proceeds benefit the Neill Log House Restoration. Click HERE for details and registration for event.


Our programs will continue to be held both live at Church of the Redeemer and on Zoom. Although pre-registration for our live programs is no longer required, we ask that you not attend if you are not vaccinated. We recommend that all attendees wear masks and will continue to space chairs apart to allow for social distancing. 

October 8, 2022 (Saturday)
11:00am-2:00pm
“Turner Cemetery History Walk”

Turner Cemetery, located at 3424 Beechwood Boulevard, contains the remains of early settlers, military veterans, Native Americans, and people who lived in the area until the early 1900s. This year’s walk will feature information about the new tombstones that have appeared in the cemetery over the last year. SHHS Vice-President Helen Wilson and her fellow Turner Cemetery Researcher Mark Pearson will be on hand to discuss the graveyard and how it relates to the growth of Squirrel Hill in the early 1800s.

October 11, 2022 (Tuesday)
“The Allegheny Arsenal Handbook”
Speaker: Tom Powers and Jim Wudarczyk
Lawrenceville historians and SHHS members Tom Powers and Jim Wudarczyk will discuss their book about the Allegheny Arsenal. It has 340 pages of detailed information on the facility, with plenty of maps and photographs.

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