Request for Volunteers and Event Announcement
When Phillip Rhodes bought the historic St. Clement Church and school in Tarentum, the possibilities were endless: a huge, empty building that, with a little love, could be transformed for nearly any purpose. After some thought, Phillip decided to do what any cat-loving person with 43K square feet of empty space would do: create the biggest baddest cat fort ever!
“The Epic Cat Fort isn’t just a big idea–of course we want to build the most biggest cat fort ever–but we also want to unite the community, find homes for cats from local shelters, introduce The Clement as an event venue to the Greater Pittsburgh area, and just maybe start a trend of transforming spaces like this one into areas where communities can come together,” he explained.
With the help of organizations like Animal Friends, Construction Junction, and the local historical society, Phillip plans to fill the space with this huge cat fort built and decorated entirely by volunteers and local artists. To learn more about volunteering as a builder or artist, visit EpicCatFort.com/volunteer/.
The Epic Cat Fort event and grand reveal will take place on March 15th at the Clement.
Follow the Epic Cat Fort and get news about the event on Facebook www.facebook.com/EpicCatFort/ and Twitter twitter.com/EpicCatFort. To learn more about the project or become a sponsor, visit EpicCatFort.com
The Clement is an event venue and meeting and office space that is located in the former St. Clement Church and School in Tarentum, PA. Phillip Rhodes bought the historic Church and began restoration in 2015. The Epic Cat Fort event is a soft-launch of The Clement, and proceeds from event will help with continued renovations of the property. To learn more about The Clement, visit TheClement.com/ or call 724.230.6010.