Open to everyone, the Pigeon Community Multicultural Development Center (PCMDC) offers opportunities to make friends, have fun, learn, get help, help others, and deepen connections to our community and world. The Pigeon Center is located in the former Pigeon Street School, which served African-American elementary school students from 1957 until desegregation in the county schools. Experience community as family at the PCMDC.

Programs include historical preservation initiatives, oral history projects and celebrations of African-American history and diverse cultures. PCMDC offers programs such as the After-School Program (ASP) and Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) for students of working families to connect and grow. Seniors enjoy meals and camaraderie at regularly held events throughout the month. Community members can use computers for free and borrow books from the lending library, and anyone can request an emergency food box.

Come to an event. Register for a program. Ask for help. Volunteer. Support. You belong here.