May 28- June 3, 2012
Trees for Dad!
Remember Father’s Day and beautify Pittsburgh for decades!
Disease and other pests are taking a toll on our native tree population, and a concerted effort is underway to diversify and repopulate the trees in our public landscapes. When you donate to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy before June 8, 2012 they will mail you a beautiful card that you can give to your dad letting him know that you have supported the parks on his behalf. If you would like them to mail the card directly to the honoree, all you need to do is put their name and address is the “guest Information” box. If you would like to see the tree planted in a particular park, just list it in the comments section. Your tree can be planted in any one of the four regional parks: Frick, Highland, Riverview, or Schenley.
Small Flowering Native Tree - $75 donation
Large Canopy Native Tree - $350 donation
The Pittsburgh Park Conservancy welcomes donations in any amount directly to the Park Tree Fund. Just head on over to their donate page and select “Park Tree Fund” in your designation. You can also donate anytime by calling them at 412-682-7275.
The CJ Buzz
Check out our Featured Items on our e-Blast and see the 3 x 3 carpet squares we just got in!! They are barely used and we have over 50 pallets of them! Absolutely beautiful eye catching colors and we think they'll sell FAST! We are even offering a SWEET deal: Buy 100, get 10% off. Buy 200, get 20% off!
Recent Arrivals: One of a kind items
Recent Arrivals: Many of the same items
Vintage Cafe Lights
Hotel desk lamps PRICE REDUCED
News & Events
The Meaning of Things - A Lecture By Dr. Mindy FulliloveJune 18, 2012
Design Center presents The Meaning of Things: Pittsburgh's 21st Century Triumph Over 20th Century Urban Renewal. A Lecture by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, Social Psychiatrist from Columbia University. Admission is free, but an RSVP is requested. For more information or to RSVP, contact email@example.com or 412.391.4144.
Clean Rivers Campaign WorkshopJune 2, 2012
Did you know that the largest public works expenditure in our region's history is about to begin, and that you're expected to help pay for it? Do you know the difference between gray and green infrastructure? Come learn the answers to these questions and more, as we explore how you can make a difference by helping advocate for sustainable solutions to our region's sewer problems. For more information, contact Sara at 412-371-8779 ext. 123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What colors do you carry in the Amazon paint? -- Rich
Hi Rich, We have several colors to choose from Whipped White, Ivory White to Garden Sage, Merlot Red and many more. Next time you're in, stop at the cashier desk to get a color swatch! Thanks!! -- Cozmo
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