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30″ square map $120.
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Carol Skinger and Audra Azoury are teaming up to share a vendors tent at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) in Schenley Park July 20 and 21, 2013. Business hours are 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM. It is FREE and open to the public. We will be located in Vendors Village to sell our work during race weekend. Artist Carol Skinger will be featuring her Vintage Schenley Park Map, so perfectly matched to this venue. Jewelry Designer Audra Azoury will be selling her Pittsburgh inspired jewelry. Audra pairs strong industrial materials, modern laser cutting technology, and gritty urban inspired finishes with classic lines and shapes to produce jewelry that doesn’t have to scream for attention to get it. Her work sells at Heinz History Center and the Carnegie Museum shop, among other places.
Where? Vendor Village is located on the fairway and around the green on the 2nd hole and around the tee of the 3rd hole of the golf course. Bob O’Conner Golf Course at Schenley Park 5370 Schenley Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Vendor Village is marked with signage along Schenley Drive, directly across from the Golf Course Clubhouse. It is known as Gate A, and also one of the main stops of the 15 or so shuttle busses that run free all day Saturday and Sunday. The Vendor tents are along a pedestrian pathway that leads from Schenley Drive to British Car Day(!), Patron Parking and good viewing location of the race course. It is the entrance that many use to start their walk through the Car Shows. It is also shown on PVGP’s Schenley map on line and in the Race Programs. (Note this is exactly why Carol Skinger’s vintage map is needed!!!)
What’s up on Saturday July 20? Schenley Park Car International Shows and Qualifying Races. Especially famous and close to everyone’s heart is British Car Day. Located in the middle of the golf course it is the anchor of our International Car Show. British Car Day, sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Triumph Association. It features 500 of England’s best sport and luxury automobiles. While you look at the international car show and shop at Vendor Village, there are qualifying races going on. International Car Shows 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Gates open at 9:30 AM . Come see classic, antique, and exotic vehicles including British, American, German, Asian and Italian cars on the golf course. Watch 150 vintage racers compete on the track all day, 9-5 to quality for Sunday’s featured races.
What’s up on Sunday July 21? Schenley Park Race Day! The PVGP Parade and Opening Ceremony runs from approximately 11:10 AM until noon on Sunday of Race Weekend in Schenley Park. The parade starts near the Westinghouse fountain on Schenley Drive and takes a full parade lap of the racetrack. After the completion of the parades presentations are made prior to the start of the first race at noon.
Parade & Opening Ceremony Schedule July 21
11:10 AM – Grand Marshal, Charity Ambassadors and Dignitaries
11:15 AM– Marque of the Year Mustang’s
11:25 AM – Patron Parking Participants
11:35 AM – Welcome by Ted Sohier & PVGP Officials
11:45 AM– Presentation of Color Guard and National Anthem sung by Jeff Jimerson
Noon – Ladies & Gentlemen….start your engines!
The Vintage Grand Prix mission – To maintain a world-class racing event that is free to the public to give all money to our two charities. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix’s mission is to produce a world-class vintage racing event in order to raise funds to help provide residential care, treatment and support for developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region. Because of the generous support and contributions from our sponsors, and the dedication of our volunteers, we have been able to donate $3.2 million to two deserving charities: the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
Come on over to Schenley Park and see us and the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix! Wear good walking shoes and bring a water bottle and sunscreen.The show grounds are open to car show participants and spectators at 8:30 AM each day
Artist in Pittsburgh born and raised in Vermont, Lake Champlain Islands & Stowe.
My own artwork and prints can be purchased directly from me.
My vintage Schenley Park Illustrated Map, is very popular. It is carried at Heinz History Center Shop. Sales of the map help in keeping my art supplies replenished.
Some of my prints and cards are available at prints at Casey Droege’s Small Mall shop in Lawrenceville as well as her satellite space in Wilkinsburg. In addition some of my work is available at Firebox Art Studios LCC in Carnegie, PA and Dovecote in Aspinwall.
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