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Sweetwater Center for The Arts
200 Broad St, Sewickley, PA 15143
Sweetwater Center for the Arts provides arts education and cultural programming for Sewickley and surroundingMore communities.  Sweetwater offers more than 400 art classes and workshops annually to children and adults in addition to summer camps for children and youth. There is a fee for most courses; however, scholarships are available to those demonstrating financial need. The center also presents live performances by some of Pittsburgh’s brightest musicians (Sweet Jazz Series in February; Summer Music Series in June) and art exhibitions in its Balcony Gallery open to the public for viewing free of charge.  Every October and November, the center presents the MAVUNO Festival of African American Art & Culture, which includes performances, music, exhibitions and numerous other free events.  Sweetwater's annual Holiday mART—a week-long sale of handcrafted gifts in a variety of media—begins right after Thanksgiving.  
Cole Richard D. Funeral Home
328 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA 15143
A long-established family-owned business in Sewickley, Richard D. Cole Funeral Home offers a wide variety of funeral andMore cemetery services to help meet your needs in a time of loss. The funeral home provides funeral planning, caskets, burial and cemetery services, cremation and any prearrangement services according to your preferences or any religious or cultural requirements. All of the staff professionals are licensed, and financing can be arranged. 
Sons of Italy
432 Division St, Sewickley, PA 15143
Founded in 1905, Sons of Italy was created to unite early Italian immigrants looking to help each other in times ofMore need. Today, the national organization has about 26 million members; both men and women of Italian and other heritages. The organization offers college scholarships and promotes Italian culture, tradition and language. The Sewickley location, named after Italian writer Nicola Misasi, is a longtime fixture on Division Street, and a social outlet for the town's Italian-American community.