Monday, July 16, 2018

Dependable Drive-In
Open Year-Round




Take in a double feature with the whole family (pets are not permitted because of insurance rules); there's usually a pairing of G and PG-rated features on one of the drive-in's four screens. Concession stand offerings are cheaper than at the nearby multiplexes and there's a big choice.

Kids 5-11 get in for $3; ages 12 and older, $8.

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Friday, July 13, 2018

La Boheme Warhola

Re-imagine the antics and love affairs of four ‘Bohemian’ artists, set not in a nineteenth-century Parisian garret, but instead in the revolutionary artsy world of 1960s New York. Maybe even imagine it set in The Factory, the tin foil-covered loft where Andrew Warhola became Andy Warhol, the father of pop art as well as an artistic symbol of a new era.

  •      Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2 pm at Winchester Thurston School
Ticket Info

Sung in English with projected titles in English.






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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Deutschland Music Festival - July 13-14


The 6th Annual Festival takes place on the NorthSide this weekend.

The award-winning, free, two-day festival has become one the most significant local music events of the year. With over 300 bands, seven outdoor stages, and 26 indoor venues, the festival has a little of something for everybody. 

Friday night features music both outside and in existing clubs and venues; Saturday is a full-day event taking place across multiple outdoor and indoor stages. 

A beer garden will exist in a closed-off area and family-friendly programming is featured during the daytime, with over 20 food trucks, children’s activities, an artists’ market, and activities to supplement the music. Throughout the day and night, there will be two free shuttles with multiple stops in the NorthSide and NorthShore. DETAILS


This non-profit, all-volunteer event has remained steadfast in its goal of 1) fostering economic and community development in the central NorthSide and 2) while also supporting and promoting Pittsburgh’s vibrant live music scene.


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Go Dive Now - July 20-22


Traveling pool tour Go Dive Now makes a stop at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium for a weekend of scuba diving lessons. 

Participants 10 and older can try diving in the group’s 30-foot, 15,000-gallon pool and learn from trained local professionals. All you need to bring is a swimsuit, towel and your courage. 




Hours: Friday July 20, 2018
                    Saturday July 21, 2018
                    Sunday July 22, 2018

(One Wild Place, Highland Park; 412/665-3640, pittsburghzoo.org



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Wednesday, July 11, 2018


Salsa Fridays

Something for the night owls.
Doors open 10-10:15pm. Dancing from 10:30pm-1:30am.

Late Night Happy Hour 9-11pm.
Food and beverage service is available.
GREER CABARET THEATER 655 Penn Ave 15222
412-325-6769


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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Cinema in the Parks



All summer long, City of Pittsburgh's Office of Special Events bring the silver screen to your favorite parks! Catch great movies under the stars at these free, family-friendly Dollar Bank Cinema in the Park events.
Click for More Info, including the schedule and movie notes to help you determine which movies your family would enjoy most.

Note: Movies begin at dusk. Events may be cancelled due to inclement weather. Click here for event announcements and updates from @PghEventsOffice or call 412-255-2493.


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Monday, July 9, 2018

Round Hill Park & Exhibit Farm
651 Round Hill Road, Elizabeth Twp

You can interact with farm animals, view sheep shearing; take a nature walk with a park rangers; enjoy the splash park and playground. There are also hiking trails, soccer fields, and classes in yoga and Pilates.

Find out more at the website so you can schedule your visit to coincide with your interests.

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Friday, July 6, 2018

Fishing Contest at Evergreen Park
 sign up by July 8, fish July 16 or 17

The free event includes a picnic lunch and prizes for all children who participate, is split into two days — July 16 is for children 14 and younger, July 17 for adults, senior citizens and people with special needs.

Check-in for the tournament is at 8 a.m. and participants cast their lines at 8:30 a.m.

Members of the Ross police department will be on hand to track and measure the fish being caught, Trophies are awarded to anglers who finish in the top of their categories.

While the event is an opportunity for kids to learn the art of fishing and for experienced people to demonstrate their skills, nobody who ever has participated has been lucky enough to reel in the big one. “It's the legend of Evergreen Park that I've been aware of for at least 15 years,” Peet said. “But so far, nobody's been able to catch that granddaddy carp. So who knows, maybe it will happen this year.”

Signups for can be done in person
 at the Ross Community Center, 
1000 Ross Municipal Drive; 
or by email at: sdziubinski@ross.pa.us
The deadline to sign up is July 8.










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Saturday Night Market - 
The Saturday Night Market has returned to Market Square in Pittsburgh for a 25-week run. The market features a variety of vendors selling artisan crafts, home goods, jewelry, fashions and photography. There also will be food and a series of free weekly concerts.

Go the Partnership's website to Find out more about the variety of activities they sponsor  as well as travel logistics for driving, walking or taking the bus to help you enjoy the event.


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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Westmoreland Art & Heritage Festival
Twin Lakes Park, east of Greensburg

 The festival presents performance on three stages, more than 190 artist market booths, 40 food vendors including ethnic foods, a juried Westmoreland Art Nationals exhibition, a Heritage Trail and strolling entertainment such as African-American storyteller Temujin.
This year visitors will have a chance to try on medieval armor in an interactive medieval display booth, handle Celtic instruments on the Deck Stage and watch marionette puppet theater.
The Vietnam education booth will be expanded to introduce visitors to the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial located by the Upper Lake near the Civil War encampment.
Spiny Dinosaur returns to thrill children, and Pittsburgh mime Dan Kamin will interact with the Sunday Edgewood Symphony performance as a person who thinks he’s the orchestra’s rightful conductor. 
There is limited parking adjacent to the festival in pay lots. Shuttles run frequently from Saint Vincent College, the Greensburg Walmart, Nicely Elementary parking lot and Downtown Greensburg parking lot. Handicap-accessible buses and handicap parking are available at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Rides are $2 round trip; children under 10 ride free.
Information or 724-834-7474


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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Explore History on the Fourth

American history lovers have options when to comes to celebrating the Fourth.


The Fort Pitt Museum will have a flag-raising ceremony at 11 a.m., followed by marches and drills by colonial re-enactors. Inside, visitors can take part in a scavenger hunt and crafts while learning about Fort Pitt’s role in the American Revolution. Visitors to the Point can learn about Fort Pitt and Western PAs role in the American Revolution. Inside the museum, visitors can enjoy a scavenger hunt and crafts. Outside, learn how to march and drill from costumed interpreters.

The Frick Museum will have an outdoor hot dog bar at its cafe with gourmet toppings and refreshments and feature live folk, blues and Americana music during the early afternoon. Visitors can reserve a tour of the historic Clayton House or visit The Frick Art Museum or Car and Carriage Museum. Regular admission rates apply.


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Tuesday, July 3, 2018


Meet the Roving Art Cart near You



The Citiparks Roving Art Cart visits a neighborhood park and/or playground every Tuesday through Friday. Children paint, sculpt, bead, and create a summer of magical fun. Weather impacts the type of projects chosen for the day. 
Activities are best suited for children ages 5 to 12. Though all children should be supervised, children younger than 5 must have caretaker engagement in the activities. 
Groups of Ten or More must make reservation requests one week in advance. Please call 412-665-3665 to make a reservation request.

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Monday, July 2, 2018

Go Fishing in Highland Park


Highland Park’s Carnegie Lake has gone through several changes since it opened in the 1870s. When it was built, it was to be a juncture in the city’s water supply; later, it became a boating hotspot and then a swimming pool.

Now, for the first time in more than 20 years, Carnegie Lake is open for fishing.

In mid-June, Carnegie Lake was stocked with channel catfish, largemouth bass and bluegill, one of the last steps in a two-year effort to restore the pond by the Pittsburgh Parks Conservatory and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, according to the Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFind out more

Carnegie Lake was originally built to serve as a halfway point for water pumped from the Allegheny River en route to a reservoir, according to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Improvements in pumping technology made it obsolete, however, before it even opened. The lake was mainly used for boating until 1932, when half of its space was converted into a swimming pool and the bottom was covered with cement.


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