Open Streets Church Bazaar Brings PGH Vendors Together @ Altar Bar

Published On July 21, 2015 | By Hannah Gloeckl | Community
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Photo Creds: Hannah Altman

With a break in the rainy weather, there’s no better way to get out and enjoy the sun than by stopping to check out Church Bazaar.

A family-friendly event, Church Bazaar acts as an additional hot-spot for live music, artists, demonstrations, food vendors and exercise classes during Open Streets Pittsburgh. If you haven’t been to an Open Streets event yet this summer, you won’t want to miss their latest edition this July. The event strives to promote healthy living in Pittsburgh by featuring an array of outdoor activities like biking, walking, rollerskating, salsa dancing and lessons, a yoga class in the Square, and more.

Located at Altar Bar and along the Open Streets route between the Strip District Program Hub and the Cultural Trust Hub, Church Bazaar will provide everything to satisfy your Sunday Funday needs. Get started with food and drinks from Black Forge Coffee HouseSweet Peaches and Twirly Girl Baking Co to kick things off.

After satisfying your sweet tooth and getting your caffeine fix, make sure to check out the variety of vendors that’ll be onsite, including: Modesto Studioseveryday balloonsJarrod Russell ArtPittsburghSteelRocks, Horror Movie Portraits, Nature’s Comfort Soap CompanyDewdrop Gift Shop and Tea RoomArtifact Metalworks, LLCFor Real Surreal ClubThe Hollywood Theater in DormontPittsburgh WineryHouse of Hades Boutique and PuzzlePax. Artists Karla E. Lamb, Brett Guerra, Cliff Fields and I am Jake Steel, will also be in attendance conducting a live painting demonstration.feature-cb2

And if your shoulders need a stretch from toting around your shopping finds, feel free to participate in an outdoor yoga class hosted by Sterling Yoga.

This’ll be the last installment of Open Streets ’til next summer, so break out your sun salutations and wake up early for Church Bazaar on July 26. Events and displays will run from 8AM-12:30PM at Altar Bar, and it’s completely free to attend.

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