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a, ,ProjectArt is offering free, live, online, after school classes for Pittsburgh youth. ENROLL HERE About the program ProjectArt’s resident artists teach tuition-free classes to children 4-18 years old, in partnership with public libraries 30 weeks of live online classes from September 20, 2021 to June 17, 2022 Art projects range from drawing and painting […]
Parents Promoting Early Learning Research Study
The Parents Promoting Early Learning Center at the University of Pittsburgh is conducting an online research on child development. They are currently enrolling parents and two-year-olds to understand how children learn and think!
Teen Shopping Study
The RAND Corporation, in Pittsburgh, is researching youth’s purchasing habits at convenience stores. Teens ages 11-17 and who have not previously participated are eligible to participate. Participation in our study requires participants to complete a 30 minute web survey and a 90 minute in-person session with parents/guardians present. Participants will receive gift cards totaling $40 […]
Arsenic and Old Lace
When Arsenic and Old Lace made its Broadway debut, a New York Times review said it was "so funny none of us will ever forget it.” Eighty-one years later, this madcap comedy mixing young newlyweds and whimsical seniors still delights audiences ... Be prepared: when insanity runs in the family, it practically gallops!
Homewood Children’s Village Presents: HCV Cooks
Homewood Children’s Village Presents: HCV Cooks Thurs, May 19, 6:00-8:00pm Ages: All Ages Hosted by: Homewood Children's Village Price: $1-$10 Whisk up a nutritious and fun dish with HCV cooks! https://remakelearningdays.org/event/homewood-childrens-village-presents-hcv-cooks/#
The From Slavery to Freedom Garden is an extension of the Heinz History Center's From Slavery to Freedom Exhibit and is located at the Frick Environmental Center. This month, come to the garden to learn about prominent black agricultural scientist George Washington Carver. We will read The Secret Garden of George Washington Carver by Gene […]
Plein Air Painting along the Historic National Road Sun, May 22, 10:00am-2:00pm Ages: All Ages Hosted by: Touchstone Center for Crafts Price: $10 for under 18 and $25 for adults Get outside and paint! Be inspired by some of the beautiful locations along the Historic National Road. ....................
The Pretty Princess Parties Fairytale Ball features our high-quality princess cast! Share songs, dances, stories, and more! Event includes a royal entrance, vocal performances, photo opportunities with all princesses, crafts, autographs, princess parade, pixie wishes, and beyond! Guests UNDER 12 months will be allowed in for free when attending with a paid adult/child pair. For […]
Welcome springtime by hand-building ceramic critters and flowers that can be shared to beautify our community.
Hello Pittsburgh Neighbors! After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Hello Neighbor's annual community potluck is back in action! We are excited to welcome families from all of our programs to eat, play, and celebrate together - in person. Our potluck will take place on Sunday, May 22 from 1-4pm at the Seneca Shelter at Settler's Cabin Park. […]
Liberty Magic | Pittsburgh Cultural Trust | USA This 60-minute spectacular, featuring a combination of stunning magic and clean comedy, is full of interactive wonder. Whether it be shouting the magic words from the comfort of your seats or by coming up on stage to be trained as a magical assistant, every member of your […]
Students and their caregivers are invited to a morning of programming and pastries! Kids and adults will work together to code Scratch and Scratch Jr. projects.
Come for a morning of creative coding challenges where students will teach their parents how to program using Scratch and Scratch Jr.!
Join us for Teen Time where we dive into hands-on projects exploring different art forms, maker activities, books and more.
Learn about storyboarding, film-making, film history, and then create your own stop motion animation film.
Hosted by: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Join us as we dive into hands-on projects exploring different art forms, maker activities, books and more.
Dive into hands-on projects exploring different art forms, maker activities, books and more.
The library is the place to be for hands-on learning through art, maker activities, games, books, technology and more.
Join us as we enjoy #HillYoga with Naomi of Apple Tree Yoga Studio! We will TAKE deep breaths and be mindful to ourselves, while enjoying the evening sunset. This program is available all summer long, alternating from August Wilson Park and Robert E Williams, visit pittsburghparks.org/events to register for additional #HillYoga classes! This event series […]
1860, Louisiana. After serving as mistress of Le Petit Cottage for more than six decades, Madame Sylvie Guilbert has decided, in spite of her family’s objections, to sit for a portrait. While Madame plots her last hurrah, stories that span generations—from the big house to the fields—of routine horrors, buried secrets, and the tangled bonds […]
Celebrate the diversity in our district by enjoying international food trucks, maker activities for the whole family, presentations of student work, and time to connect with each other.
Join Roland of Dance & Be Fit and get your body active during the spring and summer months! These movements are inclusive to all and will have you feeling great! Fitness programs at Schenley Plaza are generously supported by UPMC.
Join trail stewards and the Friends of Riverview Park the last Saturday of each month (May-October) from 9am-12pm to work on trail projects in Riverview Park. Meet at the Visitors Center in Riverview Park. Please note: These events are open to people of all ages. We do ask that all persons under 18 years of […]
Andrew Carnegie’s gift of a technical school in Schenley Park has grown into a university that is recognized internationally in technology and the arts. On this tour, we will visit the early 20th century buildings designed by Henry Hornbostel, alongside buildings of the postwar modern period as well as today’s newer sustainable buildings and other […]