HOW TO PARTICIPATE
THE RIVER OF THE ANCIENT ONES INFORMATION RECOVERY PROJECT IS CLOSED.
STORIES WERE COLLECTED AT THE FOLLOWING:
Tuesday - June 29 - 5-7pm Allegheny Riverfront Park between Rachel Carson and Roberto Clemente Bridges
Wednesday, June 30 : 12-1pm : Agnes R Katz Plaza
Thursday, June 31 : 9 - 10am : Penn Ave between 8th St and Stanwix St.
Sunday, July 4 : 6-8pm : Point State Park
Tuesday, July 6 : 10am - 2pm : at the Temporal Residence - Allegheny Overlook Park at 6th St
Wednesday, July 7 : 2-5pm : Allegheny Overlook Park
Thursday, July 8 : 11:30-1:30 : Market Square
Friday, July 9 : 10:30am-12pm : Fred Rogers Statue (rained out) 4-6pm : Market Square
Sunday, July 11 : 1-5pm : Temporal Residence at Allegheny Overlook (Ft Duquesen at 6th St)
Monday, July 12 : 9:30am-1pm : Temporal Residence at Allegheny Overlook (Ft Duquesen at 6th St)
Tuesday, July 13 : 11:00am-2pm : Temporal Residence at Allegheny Overlook (Ft Duquesen at 6th St)
Wednesday, July 14 : 3-7pm : Temporal Residence at Allegheny Overlook (Ft Duquesen at 6th St)
CONTRIBUTE TO OUR ARCHIVE IN THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL WAYS:
VISIT OUR OFFICE/TIME PORTAL on FT DUQUESNE BLVD at 6TH ST
LEAVE AN AUDIO OR TEXT MESSAGE at (412) 214-0588
WE ARE SEEKING ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
What memories do you have of the Allegheny, places that stand out to you?
What knowledge/history about the Allegheny was shared with you or do you share with your children?
What will happen here/what will the Allegheny be like in the future?
What role does the Allegheny have in this city? Now, in the past, how has it impacted you or people generally?
What is the Allegheny's personality, what does it thinks of us?
Where do people hang out by the Allegheny / where do important things happen?
Who should we be asking these questions of? Who is really connected to the Allegheny?