Saturday, October 1, 2022 Registration now open Check out this video from the 2021 running of the Westinghouse Park What’s the .5 K And this article from PRINT And this article from Shady Ave Magazine – The Not So Great Race For more details about the 2022 running on October 1, visit whatsthepoint5k.com
On October 6, 2021, the 175th anniversary of the birth of George Westinghouse, Westinghouse Park was certified as a Level 1 Arboretum by ArbNet. As part of this process, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Forestry tagged the 33 trees shown on the map and key below. Note the two new trees at #33, bothContinue reading “Westinghouse Park Arboretum”
It’s been four years since its last visit to Westinghouse Park. Come Join the fun. OpenStreetsPGH comes to Homewood, Larimer, East Liberty, Shadyside, and North Point Breeze on Saturday, July 30, from 10:00 – 2:00 What:● OpenStreetsPGH is a free community event that opens miles of streets for people of all ages to walk, run, bike,Continue reading “Open Streets Pittsburgh comes to the park on July 30”
On Saturday, May 14, 2022, William Huber, author of George Westinghouse: Powering The World, made a Zoom presentation to a group of George’s descendants, some of whom are pictured below:
Thanks to all who came out to plant the pair of Yellowwood trees, the Earth Day additions to the Arboretum at Westinghouse Park. Viv Shaffer, a good neighbor and friend of the park, marked the occasion by reading her story about planting trees with her late husband, Frank Carr.
The best biography of George Westinghouse ever written!
Here’s a series of excellent Post-Gazette articles detailing the decades-long demise of a century-old corporation.
A lot happened in Westinghouse Park during 2021, as we celebrated the 175th anniversary of the birth of George Westinghouse on October 6. Click on the image below for a recap.
A Deep Dive History into Westinghouse’s Churchill Center