Ingram Days

Schedule of Events

Saturday, July 16th

5:00 P.M. Park Opens
5:00 P.M. Big Six Wheel Opens
5:00 – 7:00 P.M. D.J. (Phil DiGiacomo)
5:00 – 7:00 P.M. Face Painting & Tattoo Artist
6:00 – 8:00 P.M. Baloon Artist
8:00 – 10:30 P.M. Jill West and the Blues Attack (Band)

Sunday, July 17th

5:00 P.M. Park Opens
5:00 – 7:00 P.M. Face Painting & Tattoo Artist
6:00 – 8:00 P.M. Baloon Artist
8:00 – 10:30 P.M. Trainwreck (Band)
9:30 P.M. Zambelli Fireworks Internationale

Ingram Days is sponsored by Giant Eagle, Gateway Engineers, Ron Dunn Insurance Agency, Sister’s Floral, and Schepner-McDermott Funeral Home.

Click Here to View the Flyer

Ingram Neighborhood Watch

The Neighborhood Watch is a new Ingram Borough program designed to help residents look out for one another by providing the Police Department with extra eyes and ears.

The next meeting will be held in the Ingram Borough Building on Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30 P.M. Any community member interested in participating may attend.

Click here to view minutes from the June 8th meeting, as well as information on how to contribute to the program. To join the watch program or receive more information, please contact us at neighborhoodwatch@ingramborough.org.

Crafton-Ingram THRIVE Walking Tours

Step up to help your communities improve walkability and connectivity.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

9:30-12 Ingram connections and shopping center loop
Meet at the Crafton Ingram Plaza sign across from Ingram Park.
This walk will proceed from the starting point to the intersection of Prospect Avenue, Ingram Avenue and Center Street, then turn back along Ingram Avenue and loop around the shopping plaza, ending along Foster Avenue at Ingram Park.

1-3:30 Crafton connections
Meet at the Crafton Park parking lot.
This walk will proceed along Crafton Boulevard. If the group is large enough, we will split into teams to assess as many as three connections: The trail to the CIT Park, the Crafton Boulevard “backbone” extending NW to the Steuben Street intersection, and the Crafton Boulevard “backbone” extending SE to the Baldwick Road intersection. Walkers will return to Crafton Park.

GOALS of these walking tours:

  1. Identify safety issues and other barriers to better connectivity.
  2. Suggest additional connections that could branch off these walking routes.
  3. Identify ways that these walking routes can be improved.
  4. Create a walk-and-talk forum to discuss how to encourage connectivity and walkability.