Kids Creativity Network Rally

The Sprout Fund has organized the 2014 Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network Rally to showcases some of the city’s best and brightest learning projects, and the Grow It To Go! project featuring PLANTS, LLC will be among the projects featured.

Join the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network for an interactive showcase of projects where you can learn about how to get involved!

Meet members of the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network in an interactive showcase of innovative learning projects and learn how to access funding, programming and other resources provided by The Sprout Fund, Pittsburgh Technology Council and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit and other network members.


Event Details:

  • When: Monday, April 7th from 4 to 6pm
  • Where: IBEW Circuit Center Ballroom, 5 Hot Metal Street, South Side
  • Refreshments will be served.

Come and learn about what the future holds for Network projects, programs, organizations and individuals and how you can be a part of it all.

Meet network members these and other organizations:

Artists Image Resource
ASSET STEM Education
Avonworth School District
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pittsburgh
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Carnegie Science Center
Cornell School District
Dream Flight Adventures
Elizabeth Forward School District
Entertainment Technology Center
Fred Rogers Center
Haitian Families First
Literary Arts Boom
The Labs @ CLP
Mattress Factory
MGR Youth Empowerment
Nomadic Arcade
Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse
Pittsburgh Filmmakers
Propel Schools
Saturday Light Brigade
South Fayette School DistrictFeaturing PLANTS, LLC
The Warhol
Western Pennsylvania Writing Project
YWCA Homewood


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