Insider Look at Ethnic Neighborhoods on May 18
With stops in Bloomfield and Polish Hill, the event from DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh celebrates contributions immigrants made here more than a century ago.
If you’ve ever participated in Bloomfield’s Little Italy Days, or gazed upon the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church towering over Polish Hill, then you know Pittsburgh is acity made up of diverse ethnic enclaves.
Now there’s a chance to learn more about the rich history and architecture of these neighborhoods
The nonprofit DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh will host “Pittsburgh’s Ethnic Neighborhood Tour: Forged by Diversity” on May 18.Ticket Info Tickets ($25 each) are limited. Sales close at 9am on Thursday May 16th.
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