The Township of Hampton hosts many fabulous events throughout the year within Hampton Park and the Community Center facility. In addition, nearby Hartwood Acres also provides year round entertainment for all to enjoy.
The township is also fortunate to have many community organizations that hold special events throughout the year for residents
If you'd like your event or posting to be included on this page, please email the township. All bulletin board requests are subject to review by the township.
Senator Randy Vulakovich to Offer Free Veterans Outreach Services on First Wednesday of Each Month in Shaler Township
Senator RandyVulakovich (R-38) is offering outreach services to area veterans from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in his Shaler Township District Office.
Vulakovich said the outreach is available by appointment at his office with a Veteran’s Service Officer (VSO) who can assist veterans and their families by answering questions and providing information on the wide range of federal, state and local benefits that are available to them.
VSOs are trained and accredited by the Veterans Administration (VA) to assist veterans, their dependents and survivors by filing disability claims, obtaining military records and accessing programs and services including: healthcare assistance, education benefits, burial benefits, and housing.
VSOs also provide guidance and assistance in filing VA claims and will help veterans and their families present their claims during VA hearings.
“This is a great resource for veterans and their families in obtaining benefits that can be helpful to them,” Vulakovichsaid. “My staff and I are happy to serve as a liaison in this effort to assist those who have served our country.”
For more information and to schedule an appointment, contact Senator Vulakovich at his Shaler Township Municipal Building, 300 Wetzel Road, Second Floor, Suite 302, Glenshaw, PA 15116, phone number (412) 487-6600.
Contact: Melissa Girty (412) 487-6600
Depreciation Lands Museum Happenings - January, 2018
Young Ladies' Doll Tea - Sunday, January 28th, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
An afternoon of Tea, treats and crafts for young ladies aged five and older, accompanied by their favorite doll
Hear ye, Hear ye, young ladies! Did you know that girls just like you have lived, learned, and played right here in western Pennsylvania ever since America was born? You and your doll companion can learn all about a Pennsylvania girl’s life in the early days of settlement at our delightful Doll tea. You’ ll enjoy colonial goodies and make some special doll-sized -- and girl-sized!-- keepsakes to take home. While Dolls of all shapes and sizes are most welcome, the crafts will be geared toward dolls about 18 inches tall.
Admission per child: $15/$12 members
The Hampton Alumni Remembrance Garden Committee invites you to become a permanent part of the Hampton Remembrance Garden at the Hampton High School. By purchasing an engraved brick, you can support the Hampton Remembrance Garden and provide a lasting memory.
For more information: Hampton Remembrance Garden Engraved Brick Program