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  • David Bowers
  • Big Gypsy

GTech’s Lawn Games

Join local organization, GTech, for some fun and lawn games.  GTech has worked in Troy Hill activating vacant lots and is passionate for the neighborhood and its people. Growth Through Energy and Community Health (GTECH) cultivates the unrealized potential of people and places to improve the economic, social, and environmental health of our communities.

#THTweets

 Join comedian Missy Moreno (of WTAE’s 4 to the 1 to the 2) as she takes to the streets of Troy Hill for the first ever #THTweets. The Pittsburgh community, Troy Hill residents and guests of the Festival will tweet questions about Troy Hill and N3D Festival, then Missy will ask guests to read aloud and respond on camera- and on Twitter- throughout the day!

Troy Hill Citizens Tent

Get to know this Troy Hill proud organization. They  will be selling water and soft drinks to thirsty guests to raise money for Troy Hill Community Projects. Troy Hill Citizens is a non-profit community development organization that was established to foster programs of a civic and social nature and to improve the quality of life for its residents. The organization strives to find creative and sustainable ways to enhance and revitalize the neighborhood.

WesBanco

Wes Banco, our sponsor, will be hosting a tent with giveaways, games and prizes! Be sure to stop by and learn about the Mortgage Seminar, happening as a part of N3D programming, on Sunday, October 4th!

Food & Drink

Scratch

This new eatery, which is currently renovating the site of Troy Hill’s legendary “Billy’s”, is already becoming known for it’s award-winning fare! Scratch will be serving up cold Penn Brewery beers, cocktails, and halushki to happy bellies at the N3D Festival. Coming in October, Scratch Food & Beverage is a community-driven kitchen and bar. Come as you are and enjoy a meal well served with friends well met.

Pear and the Pickle Café and Market

Grab a freshly baked treat to complement a Stumptown coffee from the dynamic duo behind Pear and the Pickle Café and Market when you visit Spaces Corners during the Festival.

Pear and the Pickle is a modern neighborhood store with a selection of fresh produce, canned and dry goods, sundries, dairy products, and bakery items that allows neighborhood shoppers to experience the nostalgia of a vintage corner grocery while adding a few modern upgrades including gourmet coffee, seasonal prepared foods, and a weekly Saturday supper.

Most Holy Name Parish Oktoberfest Menu

From bratwurst to potato pancakes, there’s a lot of great food on their menu with dishes priced at $3.50 and under.

Parking in Troy Hill for N3D

Parking will be available in the Mt. Troy Hill Fire Department parking lot in Reserve Township. Bus Shuttles will circulate between this parking lot and the Festival from Noon-4 p.m.

  • Limited parking will also be available in the North Catholic parking lot.

N3D Info Tent

Visit the N3D Info tent for:

  • Self(ie) Guided Tour materials
  • Prizes
  • Information about homes for sale in the area
  • General N3D event information

After Hours

After the Festival concludes at 4 p.m., stick around for some neighborhood fun!

Penn Brewery’s GUTS Pumpkin Carving Event

Starting at 3:30 p.m. and benefitting Make-A-Wish.

Put your pumpkin carving skills to the test at GUTS, a friendly, live pumpkin carving competition sponsored by AIGA Pittsburgh, which will benefit Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Registration is $50. This event also includes a silent auction of carved pumpkins, beer tasting and raffles. All proceeds will go towards the wish-granting expenses for children living with life-threatening medical conditions.

GTech’s Wethoptober at Wigle Barrelhouse

Enjoy fresh-hopped libations, good conversation, autumnal treats and great music at the Wethoptober Fundraiser. 6-9 p.m.

In 2013, GTECH set out to grow hops on an unused, vacant portion of Garfield Community Farm to see whether it could be a creative (and delicious) way to reuse some of the 4,500 acres of vacant land in the city. With the help of Noah of the Hop Project and the fine farmers of Garfield Farm, we planted to grow a few varieties of hops for East End Brewery and — guess what — it worked! Inspired by the Hops on Lots project, GTECH throws the annual Wethoptober Fundraiser to celebrate and support our projects that creatively reuse vacant lots. This year we’re partnering with Wigle Whiskey and East End Brewery to offer an evening of wet-hopped brews and hopped whiskey, tasty food and great conversation at Wigle Whiskey Barrel House located in the Northside neighborhood of Spring Garden.