Friday, June 22, 2018

Edged Out  at the Frick Environmental Center


A new exhibit of paintings and sculptures puts the hidden lives of amphibians around us on display thru August. The exhibit focuses on how amphibians have been pushed out of their habitats.  

Click to listen to Allegheny Front's Kara Holsopple talk with artist and to check out all the Center's activities including Garden Buds (a free educational session for children about plants and composting).

When: June 24,  1- 3pm
Where: 2005 Beechwood Blvd at the              Environmental Center


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yART Sale at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts - Sunday



The 10th annual yART Sale brings together more than 70 local artists and artisans to create a yard sale where you’re sure to find treasures. Adjacent to Mellon Park, PCA's campus is at the corner of Fifth and Shady Avenues in Shadyside. 

Admission is free. Hours are 10:00am – 4:00pm, rain or shine. Sunday, June 24

The outdoor event features approximately 70 local artists, bringing affordable art, equipment, ceramics, photographs, jewelry, art books, fabric, prints, glass, and art supplies to budding artists and collectors; and, at the same time, providing artists a venue to sell inventory and materials. CLICK for artist info.


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Thursday, June 21, 2018


Go To a Park and Learn Something
A picnic or a walk in the park is fun!


Check the Calendar to find out swimming pool hours, actibities and classes to lean more about:
- Stand Up Paddle Boarding
- Soccer Shots
- Fireflies








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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

SUMMER CONCERTS
All concerts are FREE and begin at 7:30pm unless otherwise noted.

- Food trucks and Hop Farm Brewing Company craft beer are at all concerts starting at 6:00pm.
- All concerts take place rain or shine at open-air amphitheaters with no covered seating.
South Park Amphitheater opens at sunrise when the park opens.
Hartwood Acres Park opens at 8:00am. The gate to the amphitheater parking lot opens at Noon unless otherwise noted.
- Folding chairs are permitted.
- Popup tents and umbrellas may be used for shade prior to the concert, but they must be taken down before the performance begins.
- Dogs are permitted, but they must remain on leashes at all times and be up to date on all vaccinations and licensing. Owners must clean up after their dogs.

For updated information on concerts, follow us on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for Allegheny Alerts.


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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Summer visitors?
Entertain your guests and learn more about Pittsburgh on free guided walking tours


Expert guides know and love the Pittsburgh, PA region. They will help you see significant places in three dimensions: each with a rich past, present, and future (that’s our goal)!

Questions? Contact Mary Lu Denny: marylu@phlf.org or 412-471-5808, ext. 527.

PHLF members receive discounts on most tours. Click here to JOIN.







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Monday, June 11, 2018

Happy Birthday, Irving Berlin
Wed, June 13 at 7pm



Raise a glass to a great American musical treasure, Irving Berlin. Part of the newly established Music for Midsummer Nights series, this short concert features Berlin's timeless songs and a brief biography of his amazing life story. With mezzo-soprano Suzanne DuPlantis, baritone Randall Scarlata and pianist Laura Ward. (A free-will offering will be taken at the door.)

Venue: Shadyside Presbyterian Church
            5121 Westminster Place  15232


Click Here to find out more about the Shadyside Presbyterian Church's concert series. 




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Friday, June 8, 2018

Summer Reading Extravaganza Starts June 10



Challenge your friends this summer to read, read, and read some more! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh needs your help to break the city’s 180,000 Summer Reading record. The fun begins June 10 with an outdoor festival for all ages. Grab a friend and head over to the Library in Oakland for music, crafts, games, storytelling, food trucks and lots more. While you’re there, find out how to enroll in Summer Reading and take part in our city-wide video challenge. Library Activities Include: Bouncy house and inflatable games Chess Club: Play chess: find a friendly challenger or stop by to learn the basics; make your own chess piece DataBurgh:

Find out More! There are many activities going on from noon to 5pm at the Carnegie Library at 4400 Forbes.


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Monday, June 4, 2018

How Can I Keep from Singing?

An Evening of American Music with the Pittsburgh Camerata
Wednesday, June 6th   7 - 8:30


Singing choral music with a distinctly American flair, the Pittsburgh Camerata salutes music written by the American stars of all stripes - featuring composers from William Billings to Randall Thompson and John Conahan.



Tickets in advance ($20) or at the door ($25)


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