Sat., Sept. 7. 11 a.m. — 3 p.m.
7100 Block of Kelly Street in Homewood

Good Food Festival
Good Food Festival
Good Food Festival
Good Food Festival

Join us for an afternoon of deliciously fun family activities celebrating the neighborhood’s rich food culture and thriving urban agricultural scene. 

Calling all food lovers! As part of our Homegrown program to increase access to healthy foods, we're pleased to present the third-annual Good Food Festival. This free event features chefs based in Homewood and nearby neighborhoods, caterers, entrepreneurs and local nonprofits working to improve access to healthy food, promote healthy lifestyles and support urban agriculture. Join us for a day of deliciously fun family activities highlighting the neighborhood’s rich food culture and thriving urban agricultural scene, where you'll have the chance to: 

  • Sample tasty morsels from local restaurants and caterers
  • Talk with local gardeners, farmers and organizations
  • Enjoy live music from local bands
  • Bring the kids for fun children’s activities

The event is free to attend, and will be held from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the 7100 block of Kelly Street in Homewood, between North Lang Avenue and Nadir Way (behind the Homewood YMCA). Please contact Lauren Delorenze at 412/622-6915, ext. 6627 or ldelorenze@phipps.conservatory.org with any questions.

Event Entertainment Schedule

11 a.m. – noon
Performance by Coffe's Love Train

Noon – 1:30 p.m.
DJ Coleblooded
Creative Balance 4 Empowering People  |  Nedra Williams, CEO and Founder of Creative Balance 4 Empowering People will host a Rhythmic Bootcamp consisting of Zumba, Hip Hop, Salsa, African Movement and more during the DJ Coleblooded set. Those who are interested are asked to please come dressed in workout attire and to bring water and a towel. 

1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Performance by Wizdom Reggae

Food Vendors

Belefon Juice
Christine's Sweets and Treats
Dana's Bakery
Deejay's Grille
Honey Bees Restaurant and Catering
IV Seasons BBQ
Love Rocks Café
Ms. Sandy's Kitchen 
Ola Appetit Catering
Pittsburgh Positive Young People's Association
Simmies
The Dream BBQ
7 Senses Catering


Tables

Grounded
Oasis Food Project
Let's Move Pittsburgh
Dr. Phipps
Green Mountain Energy
Harambee's Backyard Market
Operation Better Block
Trying Together
Homewood YMCA
Repair the World
The Food Trust
East End Food Co-Op
Mohammed Mosque
Black Urban Gardeners and Farmers of Pittsburgh Co-Op
Indigenous Family Farming Aboriginal Alliance
Pitt Engagement Center
The Female Farmer Photo Voice Project
Neighborhood Allies

Sponsors




 



 


 

 

Photos © Long Q Hong Photography 

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