Monday, September 18, 2017

     Silk Screen celebrates its 12th Film Festival in 2017, showcasing over 30 feature-length films from 14 countries. 


Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival is a 10-day Asian Film Festival held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The festival is an annual event showcasing films from India, Japan, China, Turkey, Lebanon, South Korea, Iraq, Philippines, and Iran.
Find out more, including the showing schedule and a list of sponsors.



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Friday, September 15, 2017

Tri-Corns. Kilts. And Craftsmen!

Penn’s Colony is as unique among other festivals as the Pittsburgh region is to the nation.

There's an authentic focus on the French & Indian era, that began with the 1753 journey of a 21-year-old George Washington through this region, Penn’s Colony Festival weaves history into a colonial faire featuring a village filled with fine craftsmen. 

Enjoy the work of  of 185+ artists, battle re-enactments, Irish, English and Scottish music performances, good food and kids activities. Find out more


Tickets: $8 adults, $6 seniors, $5 ages 8-15, free for kids 7 and younger.



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Everyone at Chatham invites you to the first program of the new academic year: Verdi's "Un ballo in Maschera" in concert at the Campbell Memorial Chapel of Chatham University - this Sunday, September 17 at 3:00 p.m. 



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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Help or High Water II Volunteer Fair

Come out to the Union Project (801 Negley  15206) on Sept. 21, have a drink, and start building a more vibrant city by meeting amazing people from a wide range of local volunteer groups. Open to all ages, all abilities, anyone and everyone who wants to get active and give back, but is unsure where to start. 

The first "Help or High Water" event in January was such a success -- hundreds of volunteers, dozens of nonprofit agencies in attendance -- that Pittsburgh Cares is organizing another to commemorate its 25th year of serving the Pittsburgh region.

Get to know a bit more about the evening's beneficiary, Pittsburgh Cares, which works to advance a culture of volunteerism and civic engagement in the region. Pittsburgh Cares matches non-profits with volunteers of all ages, and organizes one-time and recurring volunteer activities.

The celebration includes food trucks, beer from Full Pint Brewing, wine from J&D Cellars, Blue Diamond Vodka, Maggie's Farm Rum, Red Star Kombucha, celebrity bartenders, and more. Bring your friends, bring your wallets (suggested $5 at the door), and bring your willingness to improve your community by supporting one (or more) of Pittsburgh's many worthy charities and service agencies. 


Thursday, September 21 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT

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Monday, September 11, 2017


Show your library love! Gifts to your local library made through September 30 will be MATCHED! Love YOUR Library and create a connection by making a gift today.

Thanks to the generosity of the Jack Buncher Foundation, all participating Allegheny County libraries will receive a pro-rated portion of a $150,000 match pool to support their general operations. All donations received during September 2017, up to a maximum of $500 per donor per library, will count toward the match pool. Find out more, Donate



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Friday, September 8, 2017

Public Places, Private Spaces
The Cul-de-Sacs of the East End


The East Liberty Valley Historical Society presents this event featuring Robert Jucha of Carnegie Mellon University.

Where: East Liberty Presbyterian Church, 116 S Highland Ave

When: Friday, Sept 8   7:30 - 9pm




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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Fridays at The Frick - Sept 8 is the last one


This Friday's music is provided by The Nied’s Hotel Band. A recent review by The Pittsburgh City Paper proclaimed, “The Nied’s Hotel Band could be called The E-Street Band of Pittsburgh.”

In addition to the music, the Frick offers family-friendly activities, wine bars and varied dining options, including dinner at The CafĂ© at the Frick, casual food from local food trucks, and the opportunity to picnic on the Frick grounds. You may also visit the first floor of Clayton, the restored Frick family home, which will be open to the public from 5:00–8:00 p.m. 

Performances are admission-free and begin at 6:30 p.m.


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