NOV. 3—The Martin Luther King, Jr. Reading & Cultural Center will host its 3rd Annual Tributary: Celebrating 41 Years of Literacy and Community Service from 6:30-8:45 p.m. at the Rivers Club, 301 Grant St., Downtown. The theme is “Excellence: Models of Commitment and Service.” Honorees will be Freda Ellis, Gregory Spencer, Sala Udin and Jake Wheatley. For more information, call 412-681-0461 or email info@mlkcultural.org.

Bullying Prevention

NOV. 4—The Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation, The Pittsburgh Foundation and PA School Counselors will host a Bullying Prevention Conference from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at California University of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave., California. This conference is to develop creative anti-bullying and cyberbulling strategies and will feature Dr. Adolph Brown, who will discuss how to bully proof one’s school with real talk and the one love way. For more information, email Jonathan Rosenson at jon@rosenson.com.

Dare to Dream

NOV. 5—Lighthouse Cathedral and the South Pittsburgh Coalition for Peace will host its 2nd Annual “Dare to Dream” Youth Conference at 1 p.m. at 810 Fisher St., Pittsburgh. There will be various speakers to address youth on anti-violence, entertainment and information tables. This conference is for youth ages 10-18. For more information, call Staci Bose at 412-431-2230.


NOV. 5—A Second Chance Inc., Three Rivers Youth and the Eden Hall Foundation will host “A Dance for Life” Cotillion from 6-10 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel, 101 Mall Blvd., Monroeville. Dance for Life is a program to help female youth acquire valuable life skills. The Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be WPXI-TV Reporter Vince Sims. For more information, call Aaron Mickens at 412-441-5020.

Community Meeting

NOV. 6—The Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations will host a Community Meeting at 6 p.m. at the Children’s Museum, 10 Children’s Way, North Side. This is an opportunity to get to know the commission, as well as for them to hear those issues and topics that residents are most concerned about. For more information, call 412-255-2600.

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