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Family Lantern Tours - Oct 19 & 26


Enjoy a family-friendly guided tour of the Depreciation Lands Museum museum and cemetery by lantern light. You will be treated to tall tales, superstitions and customs from the past.Mary Bliss Parsons has been accused of witchcraft. In each building throughout the village, you will hear residents’ tales and opinions on the subject. After a tour through the cemetery, you will head to the Deacon’s...Read More

Doors Open Pittsburgh: Oct 5&6, 10 am to 4 pm


The Oliver Building. PPG Place. The Omni William Penn Hotel. You’ve likely hurried past them all. What if you could step into the city’s landmarks to experience interior spaces not on view to the public? What secret stories would these buildings tell? This one-of-a-kind self-guided tour of 54 sites lets you explore a church bell tower, step into a bank vault and stand on a theater stage. This...Read More

Kelly Strayhorn 12th Annual Halloween Mayhem


With spooky activities, hands-on crafts in the lobby, and a series of youth-led performances, Halloween Mayhem has become an East Liberty family tradition. Dress up in your favorite costume or come as you are for a jam-packed afternoon of tricks, treats, and groovy beats. Zombies, a costume parade, games, and more make for a day of spooky fun for the whole family.Halloween Mayhem is made possible...Read More

Family History Month: Preserving Your Family’s Treasures  


Learn the best way to take care of family photographs, documents, or other heirlooms with one-on-one help from the Library’s Preservation Department. Bring up to three items for consultation and advice on caring for, and storing, these items for the long term.Carnegie Library does not appraise the financial value of personal materials.This session is free and open to the public. Registration is...Read More

Carnegie Library - lots more than books!


There are 3 examples below - go to the library website for more about programs for children and adultsFriday, October 18 | 3:30 pm at CLP - Main (Oakland)Chop, measure, stir, taste! Learn to make nutritious, delicious food. Children will use practical math, science and literacy skills to learn how to make a simple apple pie! Trying new foods and recipes encourages healthy eating and helping out in...Read More

Squirrel Hill Historical Society Fall Programs


All are welcome to find out more about Squirrel HillCome to the Church of the Redeemer (5700 Forbes Ave) on the 2nd Tuesday of the month- Oct 15 Prohibition Pittsburgh- Nov 12 Highlights of the new Pittsburgh City Archives- The Irrepressible Sophie Masloff, Pittsburgh Mayor 1988-1994Contact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers with your questions about selling or buying real estate.Read More

Festival of Combustion - Sept 28


Join Rivers of Steel in celebrating industrial arts and American crafts at the Carrie Blast Furnaces. Showcasing the creativity and innovation our region’s artists, makers, and builders.The Festival features hands-on activities for adults and children alike with demonstrations and experiences throughout the entire day and evening. And don't miss the first ever fireworks display over the Carrie...Read More

Farmers' Market and Opera 11:30 - 1:00 


Bring your lunch or buy something nearby, find a spot to listen to our Resident Artists perform beloved opera hits while you have lunch.A great way to spend your lunch hourThursdays Sept 26 and Oct 3 11:30 - 1:00Contact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers with your questions about selling or buying real estate.Read More

Walt Whitman Sampler - Pittsburgh Camerata


Music in a Great Space begins its 27th concert season with the Pittsburgh Camerata singing choral settings of the poetry of Walt Whitman (Leaves of Grass). Some think that the Whitman's poetry has been set to music more that than that of any other American poet except for Emily Dickenson and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Whitman's poetry celebrates democracy, nature, love and friendship.Music in a...Read More

Project Amelia  Sept 20 - Nov 3


Next for Bricolage is what, on several levels, is its most ambitious immersive yet. “Project Amelia,” which opens today, tackles our culture of digital living not only with participatory theater, but a high-tech approach that incorporates original artificial-intelligence products created just for the show.“Project Amelia” is the brainchild of Michael Skirpan. In 2016, as a doctoral student in...Read More

Blues and Heritage Festival


Sept 20 - 22 at the August Wilson CenterFree performances on Saturday Sept 21 include Alton Merrell, Jimmy Adler, Soulful Femme, Kate’s Soulfood, Cash Box Kings, Soul Rebels Brass Band, Kingfish and Third World. There will also be food trucks, a beer garden and an outdoor bar.Find out more; buy tickets for the events belowTaste of Blues PartySeptember 20 @ 9:00 pmCeCe WinansSeptember 21 @ 8:00...Read More

Family Fun Day at The Frick - Let's Move


Shake up your weekend and bring the whole family for a lively day of active, outdoor fun on the Frick’s beautiful lawns. Try your hand at badminton, croquet and sack races, or crawl and climb through our one-of-a-kind obstacle course. Stretch and bend with family yoga, and for something new this year join our In Bed by Ten family dance party from 12:00 – 3:00! For some extra fun, visit the first...Read More



Creative Strategies & Community PlacekeepingThursday, September 199:30am - 7:00pmKST's Alloy Studios &Kelly Strayhorn TheaterRegisterThis all day event includes a dynamic range of activities centered around KST's FUTUREMAKERS program. The goal of FUTUREMAKERS is to invest in new talent and foster the ideas of visionaries within our community.Everywhere we look we see visionaries - people...Read More

Make Plans for PA's Fall Festivals


Fall in Pennsylvania means towns across the commonwealth invite visitors to soak in the splendor of autumn, sharing their community’s vibrant colors, crafts and cuisine. Pursue your happiness in Pennsylvania this season by celebrating everything from the first football game to covered bridges to potatoes and wine. There’s beauty to behold, so come see how fall is uniquely enjoyed across the...Read More

The Four Nations Ensemble & Chatham Baroque @ Westminster Presbyterian Church


September 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmForeign Accents Sonatas and Cantatas by Bach, Handel, and Scarlatti Friday, September 20, 7:30 PM Westminster Presbyterian Church, Upper St. Clair (more info) Other concerts Saturday and Sunday. Price: $10–$30 Tickets cost $5 more at the concert. TICKETS SUBSCRIPTIONS The season begins with a special joint presentation on both the Renaissance & Baroque and...Read More

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