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Ageless Wisdom: Patricia Wilde

September 12, 2018

I was born in the countryside outside of Ottawa, Canada and there were five of us in the family. The first part of the family were all engineers, including my eldest sister who was the first radio technician to graduate in Canada. Anyway, my mother decided that she didn’t want any more engineers… we should dance. So, she took my sister when she was six or seven and I, of course, tagged along. I was sitting there waiting and the teacher said, “well, why don’t you let Pat start?” And I was only, I think, five…

Read more about Longwood at Oakmont resident Patricia Wilde and what she considers her contribution to the Pittsburgh area in this article published by Pittsburgh Quarterly.

You may also watch Patricia's video where she talks about how she entered the world of ballet and her experiences with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.

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