Saturday, April 28, was a busy day in Dormont. The morning kicked off with the AARP’s Pancake Brunch and Bake Sale at at 8 a.m. The proceeds benefited the AARP’s general fund.
The Pancake Brunch and Bake Sale was followed by a drug take-back event held in the . Residents were encouraged to bring their unused or expired medications down for proper disposal. Officer Clark Witucki was on duty to collect the drugs and dispose of them safely.
Silent Partner and Hausen kicked off a live concert series at and played to a sold out crowd.
The event was capped off by the Dormont Pub Tour, sponsored by Friends of Dormont Pool. Proceeds from the Pub tour benefitted the Dormont Pool. Locals and their friends packed area bars and a sea of white shirts (the official attire for the evening) flooded Potomac and West Liberty. At 2 a.m., many locals were seen walking ... some staggering ... home after having checked all the bars off of their passports.