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On the solstice of 2012 the sun will set furthest North in the sky illuminating the two largest Louis Comfort Tiffany designed stained glass windows in Calvary United Methodist Church in a way that all the stained glass changes color and seems to move from moment to moment.
Preservation Pittsburgh has long supported the preservation of sacred places that form a critical part of Pittsburgh"s heritage, including Calvary U.M. Church. Not only can guests experience this marvelous structure built by the Scaifes and Hornes, they can support Preservation Pittsburgh"s advocacy for restoration and/or adaptive re-use of the heritage religious structures that enrich our neighborhoods.
Proceeds benefit Preservation Pittsburgh and Poets Corner Arts.
For further information, please call 412-231-2007 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6:00 pm Doors open
6:30 pm Remarks on Tiffany windows & concert produced by Poets Corner Arts while the sun sets
8:30 pm - Refreshments and Social in the 1895 Victorian Chapel
Co-sponsored by Preservation Pittsburgh and Poets Corner Arts $25.00,