Music club

At a glance: Earth Day cleanup, Sewickley Music Club and more in the Sewickley area

Earth Day Cleanse

The annual Aleppo Township Earth Day road cleanup event will take place on April 24. It will be an outdoor event only. For updates or more information, visit


Sewickley Music Club

The Sewickley Music Club will host its first in-person and social distance event after a year of Covid closure by welcoming global artist and current Pittsburgh resident Allan Snyder. Snyder, accompanied by Bill Brewer, will perform a program of tunes entitled “Broadway and Beyond – Music from the History of the Broadway stage”.

Members of the music club will gather for this event at 1:30 p.m. on April 13 at the Montour HeightsCountry Club, 1491 Coraopolis Heights Road in Coraopolis.

Information on membership in the Sewickley Music Club can be found on the Sewickley Music Club Facebook page or by calling Suzanne at 724-316-3631.


First Church of Christ, scientific events

First Church of Christ, Scientist, located at 222 Beaver Street, will be holding a service on April 4 at 10:30 am.

Witness meetings on Wednesday are online at 7:30 pm After the readings, the congregation is invited to share spiritual healing experiences and knowledge gained through prayer and study.

For an invitation, email [email protected] or call 412-741-4552.

The reading room is open the third Tuesday of each month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For more information, visit


Spring leaf collection

The Borough of Sewickley will be running its spring leaf collection program from April 5 to 16, weather permitting.

Sheets should be placed between the curb and the sidewalk and not on the street. Clippings of brush, grass and shrubs should not be mixed with the leaves. Grass and shrub clippings should be bagged for weekly garbage collection. Branches should be cut to 4 ‘lengths and bundled. Waste Management, the borough’s waste collection transporter, will not be picking up branches unless it is done. The borough will only pick up branches after a thunderstorm.

Leaves that are not collected during this period must be bagged for regular waste collection.


YMCA Summer Camp

This summer, let your kids be kids again at the Sewickley Valley YMCA Summer Day Camp. Your child can build robots, dance, become a lego master or gymnast, explore the outdoors and much more. Plus, all camps include art, swimming, games, and silly songs. Whether you sign up your child for just one two-week session, or all five, the summer without technology will be the summer to remember.

New this year, the Cardboard Camp offers creativity and imagination where campers build armor, participate in live adventure games, and search for lost relics.

For more information, contact Marc Smith at 412-741-9622 ext. 103 or email m[email protected]. Visit to learn more.


Greater Pittsburgh Commercial Connection

The Greater Pittsburgh Business Connection, a benchmark group of business professionals, will meet at Eat’n Park on Route 60 in Robinson Township for breakfast from 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on April 7. The speakers are Brian Koeberle, Esquire and Dave. Sinkavich from DDS WebSite Design.

For details, visit or call 412-364-6446, ext. 302.


Beth Samuel offers online programs

The Beth Samuel Jewish Center will host all programs through Zoom until further notice.

Upcoming programs include:

• Todd DePastino, Executive Director of the Veteran’s Breakfast Club, presents: Women in World War II, April 7 at 7:00 p.m.

Email BethSam[email protected] for more details or Zoom connection links.