Cryptids are legendary creatures unsubstantiated by science. They are also the subject of a new interactive outdoor exhibition on the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and MuseumLab campus. “The Cryptid Critter Crawl” and its eight interactive installations created by Pittsburgh artist Owen Lowery. Each sculpture includes the cryptid’s back story, geographic origin, legend and a fun […]
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Families throughout the Pittsburgh region can take part in the global City Nature Challenge from April 30-May 3. The mission is to document biodiversity where we live. It’s easy to participate: First, […]
PearlArts and Kelly Strayhorn Theater have collaborated to reactivate The Alloy School with the second round of dance classes beginning May 1 at The Alloy School, a dance education program for children and families. Registration is open now at kelly-strayhorn.org for Pay What Makes You Happy rates! All classes are held on Saturdays and will […]
The 35th annual EQT Children’s Theater Festival continues its interactive fun in a virtual direction this year with the usual lineup of cool theater performances from around the world. Each show is chosen for specific age groups, from “We Cover the Universe” for 3-year-olds through “MacHomer” for tweens and teens. Tickets are $15 per device. Free workshops and activities will […]
Kids can train to be nature detectives during this free educational hike at Point State Park on May 1 and 2. Families will learn about the Spotted Lanternfly, an invasive insect species, as well as other invasive bugs. Hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, kids will learn how to identify these […]
The latest Story Sunday with Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates Asian Heritage Month with the first bilingual session in the series. The virtual session takes inspiration from Oki Sato’s Japanese graphic picture book, “What’s a Cup?” The story follows a cup that tries to determine how to stir coffee without a spoon. While searching for a solution, […]