Friday, October 20, 2017

Lawrenceville Artists Studio Tour
Saturday, October 21,  11 am - 6 pm



Artists of Lawrenceville welcome the public into their studios for a free day of art, discovery and creative engagement.

+ More than 50 participating artists
+ Demonstrations, displays and dialogue
+ 18 studio locations between 34th and 57th Streets
+ New this year: the Artist Market outside the Ice House Studios

Free and Open to the Public!



For more information, click here  


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Thursday, October 19, 2017


You’re invited to watch Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” Pittsburgh episode in style at the AMC Loews Waterfront theater Sunday night.

Doors open for the free premiere party at 7:30 p.m. “Parts Unknown” airs live at 9 p.m. on CNN. In addition to watching the episode, the audience will be able to ask questions of some of the chefs featured in the show, including Kevin Sousa of Superior Motors, Justin Severino of Morcilla and Cure and Jamilka Borges of Spoon.

Hosted by the Best Buddies Pennsylvania, the event is free, but requires registration.


Nonperishable donations will be collected at the door for Puerto Rico hurricane relief.
A Grand Night of Music - Oct 21  7:30 pm


AGNES AND JOSEPH KATZ PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF GREATER PITTSBURGH
Program Includes
Beethoven  Fourth Symphony
Strauss Serenade, Op. 7
Strauss  Orchestral Songs, Kelly Lynch, soprano
Strauss Der Rosenkavalier Waltzes
Featured Artist
Kelly Lynch, Soprano
Venue Details
Agnes and Joseph Katz Performing Arts Center
Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
5738 Darlington AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15217

Buy Tickets, Find Out More


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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Sketchbook Sundays

SCAIFE GALLERIES



Join Art Cat for an all-ages sketchbook adventure, Sundays in October! Enjoy an art-filled afternoon of sketching games right from the pages of Art Cat’s very own sketchbook.
Just drop in—bring your family and your imagination. We provide the materials.
Free with admission, no registration needed.This is a drop-in activity. Just ask the admissions desk where to go!

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Super Natural Nights at Phipps

Experience the beauty of glass art and gardens in a whole new light.

SUPER. NATURAL. Glass Art exhibit has mesmerized thousands of guests. Now through Sun., Nov. 5, SUPER. NATURAL. Nights brings a new after-dark experience that has to be seen to be believed. As the sun sets, theatrical indoor lighting — designed specifically for this show in cooperation with Jason Gamrath himself — brings a new look to the oversized orchids, Venus fly trap, water lily and other SUPER. NATURAL. sculptures, making them sparkle and glow dramatically against the night sky.

Pittsburgh Magazine named Phipps the "Best Place to Glow in the Dark" — go at night to see why! They're open from 9:30 a.m. – to 11 p.m. every night with the exception of Sat., Oct. 21, on which the Conservatory will close at 5 p.m. Buy Tickets ($17.95 for adults)

After your visit to the Phipps you can walk over to The Porch for wine and a pizza or the ice cream stand next door for some wonderful cinnamon ice cream!


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Monday, October 16, 2017

RE/MAX Realty BrokersPittsburgh Arts & Lectures

Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures connects celebrated authors with the community, elevates civic discourse, and inspires creativity and a passion for the literary arts.




Did you know ?

- that you may purchase tickets to individual lectures within the series by calling 412-622.8866 or visiting pittsburghlectures.org 

- that the same organization has four other series:
     - New & Noted featuring nationally touring authors with their new books
     - Words & Pictures present acclaimed children's authors
     - Made Local showcases local authors and/or subjects
     - Poets Aloud - readings by local and national poets



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Friday, October 13, 2017

Manor at Midnight - Saturday, Oct 14

"What do we do in the Shadows"


This horror comedy is about vampire roommates who let a documentary film crew follow then and the try to find their place in the modern world. This cult hit is shown ONE NIGHT ONLY as part of the Manor's horrorfest. 


Start time is 11:59 pm and the Manor is at on Murray Ave (#1729) in Squirrel Hill.









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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Calliope Folk Music Society

Calliope’s mission as presenter, educator, and community-builder has evolved steadily since their 1976 founding. They continue to grow as the product of Pittsburgh’s enthusiasm for celebrating the musical forms and influences that shape the American experience.

The organization sponsors classes and concerts (like the one Oct 14 at 7:30 featuring the The Weight Band at left). Click here to find out more about the organization, purchase tickets and sign up for classes. 




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MT LEBANON COMPUTER RECYCLING AND DATA DESTRUCTION EVENT

OCTOBER 21 @ 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Mt Lebanon Public Library 16 Castle Shannon Blvd Pittsburgh 15228

The following computer components will be accepted for FREE at this event:
Desktop, laptops, tablets, servers, hard drives (optional on-site hard drive shredding will be offered for $10 per hard drive)
LCD (flat screen) monitors
Cell phones, Ipods, MP3 players, etc.
Computer peripherals include keyboards, mice, printers (< 50lbs), power supplies, motherboards / circuit Boards, cables, UPS batteries & backup systems, power supplies, memory, hard drives, computer fans, routers, switches, wireless routers, access points,                                                                                bridges, firewalls, cabling, modems, KVM                                                                                  switches
                                                                      Phones, phone systems
                                                                      AC adapter & wiring

The following items will be accepted for a $10 DISPOSAL FEE per unit:
Audio/video equipment
Radio, receivers, amplifiers, tuners, equalizers, tape decks
VCR, DVD & Blue Ray Players
Wooden speakers
Consumer/household goods
Sweepers, hair dryers, toasters, blenders, coffee makers, microwaves and other consumer electronics
Small Freon containing appliances including window air conditioners and dehumidifiers

The following items will NOT BE ACCEPTED:
Televisions
CRT (old style monitors)
Universal Waste
Alkaline batteries
Light bulbs
Large Freon-containing appliances 


Proceeds benefit Mt Lebanon Public Library.



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Can’t attend the event? CCR offers data destruction by mail. Checkout our mailback program at http://goo.gl/Zw3RQA

Date: 
October 21 
Time: 
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Mt Lebanon Public Library 
16 Castle Shannon Blvd 
Pittsburgh, PA 15228 United 

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Heritage Brass Concert - Sunday at 3pm


The 25th anniversary season of Music in a Great Space continues with Heritage Brass on Sunday, October 15, 2017, at 3:00 p.m.

The United States Air Force Heritage of America Band presents Heritage Brass, bringing the military tradition of brass and percussion to a concert offered in conjunction with the Shadyside House Tour. A pioneering symphonic brass ensemble comprised of ten brass players and a percussionist, Heritage Brass performs exhilarating yet intimate performances of a diverse repertoire, featuring orchestral transcriptions, patriotic favorites, jazz standards, new compositions, and distinctive arrangements. Take flight musically with these professional Airman-musicians, and let the power of music leave you feeling sky high!


No tickets necessary for admission; donations appreciated. 
Location: 5121 Westminster Place, Shadyside  Find out More, including the schedule for future concerts.


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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Ghost Stories - Sat, Oct 14 - Noon


Gather the whole family in the Trust Arts Education Center to hear storyteller Alison K. Babusci share her most popular program featuring spine-tingling tales as well as hauntingly funny ones. This program will delight all ages.



Trust Arts Education Center
  • 807 Liberty Ave,  Pittsburgh 15222


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Monday, October 9, 2017

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Free Concerts


It is important that we show Pittsburgh how much we love our city and appreciate its support, and give back whenever we can,” says Day of Music organizer and PSO flutist Rhian Kenny.

Orchestra members are hitting the road on Tuesday for their second annual day of free music. Musicians will perform at 13 venues from at 8:30 am at WQED studios in Oakland and end at 7 p.m. at Canterbury Place in Lawrenceville.


Click here to see the schedule and make plans.


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Friday, October 6, 2017

Doors Open Pittsburgh: October 7 & 8


Visit a speakeasy hidden inside Pittsburgh’s premier historic hotel. Explore the offices of Mayor Bill Peduto. Step into an Art Deco bank vault. Encounter a friendly ghost inhabiting a mansion designed by H.H. Richardson. If this all screams “off limits!” to you, think again. 

The doors to some of Pittsburgh’s iconic landmarks and newly designed buildings are about to swing open to the public. 

This unique event showcases 69 spaces throughout Downtown, the North Side and the Strip. New this year are “Insider Tours” led by experts. Inside the Gothic Revival First Lutheran Church, see 2,000 pipes in the massive Casavant organ, view a 1765 Luther Bible and ring the tower bells. Head to the oldest surviving bank on Fourth Ave. to see the Beaux Arts boardroom, giant lions carved by Max Kohler and vintage accounting machines. Meander through the lagering caves at Penn Brewery, view the City-County Building’s rarely opened vault and peer into a 40-foot Tiffany glass dome inside the magnificent Union Trust Building. 

Create your itinerary and buy tickets for the general locations and the tours led by experts and start opening some doors.



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Thursday, October 5, 2017


International Film Series at Pitt - Oct 20-21


The University Center for International Studies at Pitt is presenting a series of films on the theme about displaced persons at the Frick Fine Arts auditorium. Click here for a schedule and trailers.

One of the films portrays the King of the Belgians on a state visit in Istanbul when his country falls apart. He must return home at once to save his kingdom. But a solar storm causes airspace and communications to shut down. No planes. No phones. With the help of a British filmmaker and a troupe of Bulgarian folk singers, the King and his entourage manage to escape over the border. Incognito. Thus begins an odyssey across the Balkans during which the King discovers the real world - and his true self.






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Wednesday, October 4, 2017


Come to the local food expo Saturday (10-3) at the Heinz History Center.



Don't miss all this:
• Food sampling and demonstrations, food marketplace, spirit sampling, games,    live music and more
• Pittsburgh’s favorite chefs demonstrating their culinary wizardry in the Kitchen Classroom
• Newly-released cookbooks and old favorites in the Cookbook Exchange


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Tuesday, October 3, 2017




5 years ago Jean Guilloux created the Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival in Hilton Head. This year Pittsburgh will see the first Arkhaios Conference & Film Festival.
This is a free event open to the public.

The Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival is an annual educational event showcasing the discovery of past cultures gained from archaeological research and illustrated by documentary films. 
The Archaeological Gems of Pittsburgh is affiliated with the Department of Anthropology of the University of Pittsburgh, which is sponsoring this event.
For more information, contact Arkhaios Film Festival info@arkhaiosfilmfestival.org.


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Monday, October 2, 2017

Hickory Apple Festival   Oct 7-8 , 10 am - 5:30 pm plus a pancake breakfast starting at 7am


When the leaves start to change and pumpkin spice flavoring runs rampant, head to the annual Hickory Apple Festival
The festival is a two-day affair for the whole family about 25 miles from Pittsburgh and benefits the lMt Pleasant volunteer fire department.

In addition to all things apple, there will be crafters demonstrating their skills in jewelry-making, pottery, sand art and more, and children’s activities such as a petting zoo, apple pie eating contest, face painting and balloon animals. Local bands such as The Stickers and the Street Level Band will be performing throughout the weekend. 

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