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The Beauty of Pattern: Advanced Batik - Saturday Feb 8, 5-8pm


Take a deeper dive into the art of batik. In the process of creating your own unique piece of fiber art, learn how to create complex patterns through layers of color and resist. This workshop will focus on advanced methods of batik, some prior experience is highly recommended.Trust Arts Education Center: 807 Liberty Ave$20 fee, for Adults 18+RegisterContact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty...

Pittsburgh Opera Brown Bag Concert - Feb 8, 12 - 1 PM


Free Brown Bag concert - allow the the musicians to serenade your sweetheart or your good friend during the month of love; you're in charge of bringing the chocolate. The performance takes place in the George R. White studio and is free and open to everyone. Bring a friend and bring a lunch. Meet the resident artists afterward in an informal reception. Contact the experienced agents at RE/MAX...

National Aviary - Island Getaway


An Island Getaway Awaits at the National Aviary!Transport yourself to an island oasis with new daily activities included with admission! Stroll through hallways lined with breezy palm trees and vibrant florals; roam tropical indoor habitats with lush greenery. Plus, check out upcoming special events such as Flamingo Fest and Passport to Paradise!Check out all the February activities and Plan your...

The Perfect Crime - a panel of thrilling authors


Mystery Lovers Bookshop and Oakmont Carnegie Library will be hosting a panel of acclaimed thriller writers. Gregg Hurwitz, Hank Phillipi Ryan and Rebecca Drake will all be at the event to support the library.Feb 6, 7:00 - 9:00 pmOakmont Carnegie Library - 700 Allegheny River Blvd

Rainbow Writers Weekly Workshop


Are you interested in writing? Do you like poetry, fiction, nonfiction, songwriting, playwriting, screenwriting, blogging, journalism, storytelling, or other types of creative writing? Are you a teen writer between the ages of 12 and 18 who identifies as LGBTQ+? Rainbow Writers is always accepting applications. The weekly workshop is free so drop in anytime. Bring something you’ve written and...

Oakland Restaurant Week


Explore Oakland’s variety of food and beverages during Oakland Restaurant Week 2020! Featuring $6 specials at participating locations, Oakland restaurants are a perfect stop to spend time with friends and family. Additionally, you could win FREE LUNCH FOR A MONTH as well as other prizes from Oakland retail shops!Participating restaurants/menusContact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers...

Gallery Crawl - Friday 5:30 - 10 PM


Dozens of galleries, states, storefronts and installations covering 14 blocks will open their doors for the Pittsburgh Trust's Gallery Crawl. These events are quarterly, free and also feature live music, dance performances, hands-on activities, drinks and more. Find out moreContact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers with your questions about buying and selling real estate.

MLK Community Celebration - Jan 20    10am until 4pm


Celebrate MLK Jr. Day at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. Enjoy glass-blowing demonstrations throughout the day, kiln-fired pizza until 4:M and hands-on activities that demonstrate the importance of teamwork, including helping the Center with a special mosaic project.Event DetailsContact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers with your questions about buying and selling real estate.

Charms, Riddles and Elegies of the Medieval Northlands


Charms, Riddles, and Elegies…” consists of music from the 8th-11th centuries played on various harps and wooden and bone flutes with songs in Old English, Old High German, Old Icelandic, and Latin drawn from some of the oldest known manuscript sources: the Old English Beowulf epic (possibly 8th century), the Old Icelandic Edda, the 10th-century Exeter Book, and numerous fragments from Germany and...

Winter Botany Walk & Talk - Jan 15


Winter and nature walks don’t usually go hand in hand — especially in Pittsburgh — but venture into the cold for a Walk & Talk at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden. Local gardening guru Doug Oster and Keith Kaiser, the executive director of the garden, will lead a walk through the grounds to teach attendees about winter tree identification. Afterward, enjoy a seasonal, plant-based lunch. Oakdale:...

Owl Prowl at Riverview Park with Venture Outdoors


Jan 9 6:30 - 8:30 PMDid you know that Great Horned Owls and Barred Owls inhabit Riverview Park? Join Venture Outdoors Trip Leaders for an evening hike through this 250-acre city park while searching for owls! We will learn more about owls, and will even spend some time learning and practicing owl calls. After the hike, the group will gather for hot chocolate to warm up as we discuss the...

An Elelephant in the Garden - Jan 17 at 7pm and Jan 18 at 2pm


1945. Dresden, Germany. Two children and their mother flee falling bombs during World War II. They aren’t alone. An adorable elephant from the zoo named Marlene becomes an unlikely family member. Along the way, this extraordinary quartet of refugees meet a Canadian officer cowering in a barn, a school choir on the run and their Countess savior who is harboring them from the Nazis.This story of...

Harrison Hills Hike - Explore Winter Animal Tracks


Take a close look at the different signs of animal activity in the wintertime. There will be a short indoor portion followed by an outdoor exploration of animal tracks and signs. The event is free and open to everyone but do call (412-961-0556) to reserve a spot - on 12/30 - there were only 17 spots left.Saturday, Jan 18 2 - 4Location: Harrison Hills Park, 5200 Freeport Rd, Natrona...

Recycle Your Christmas Tree


Trees will be chipped into pine mulch, which will be available free this spring. Remove all ornaments, lights, tinsel. Pittsburgh city residents now have 12 locations with 3 sites available year-round for yard debris 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Mon thru Sat.Hazelwood - 3rd Division of Public WorksMelanchton Avenue off 5200 block of 2nd Avenue412-422-6524Homewood West - 2nd Division of Public WorksNorth Dallas...

Music in the Museum - Friday Dec 20 at the Frick


Join the C Street Brass Quintet from 7-8 pm Friday in the Museum's auditorium for the Quintet's Wintry Mix and some additional favorites dating from the Renaissance through 20th century jazz.Performance is free, advance registration is required. You should check out the recently expanded gift shop and Cafe (open from 5:30 - 8:00 pm on Fridays).Contact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty...

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