10 family-friendly Pittsburgh events this weekend, from a celebration of seeds to a ‘chocolate walk’
Check out this lineup of family-friendly Pittsburgh events happening this weekend!
17 March events in Pittsburgh for families, from live theater to hands-on STEAM fun
Above image courtesy of Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade. March in Pittsburgh can be a tempestuous month. Some days are warm and sunny, while others are dreary — and there’s […]
14 Pittsburgh summer camps for kids who love tech and science
There are Pittsburgh summer camps for every kid — including science and technology fans!
Maker Monday: kids can make monogram “splatter art”
This Maker Monday project lets kids create personalized art they’ll love.
Parents as Allies: Welcoming events and opportunities to connect at Charleroi schools
Parents as Allies team members at Charleroi found that parents truly want to connect. They just may not know where to begin.
Conversations in the Allderdice cafeteria led to the creation of Future Kings
“Terrell explained ‘Future King’ to me one day in the school cafeteria, and it stuck.”
Global Links is changing lives locally and globally – and you can help
Global Links brings unused medical supplies from Pittsburgh to communities in need around the world.
Pittsburgh weekend guide: It’s time for Flamingo Fest, plus other fun family activities
This Pittsburgh weekend guide will point your family towards fun and a bit of learning, too!
How one local school brought Black History Month to life this year
Fashion, literature and history were all on display during this community-focused Black History Month event in Pittsburgh.
What every parent should know about eating disorders
One local family’s story, and the resources you need to learn about eating disorders.
Parents as Allies: In the shadow of difficult history, a community grows in Butler
Here’s how Broad Street families and teachers have built new and growing connections.
Maker Monday: Kids can make adorable cardboard tube houses
With this Maker Monday project, kids can create an entire cardboard village to play with!
Living up to their name: STEAM Learning at Woodland Hills brings computer knowledge to all
“Computer science has to be done across the board,” says Woodland Hills’ Tina Dietrich. “It has to be important.”
18 Pittsburgh-area summer camps for arts-loving kids
These Pittsburgh-area camps offer everything from glass blowing and movie making to sewing, stage performances of all kinds and more.
10 things to do this Presidents’ Day weekend, from theater and a car show to Mardi Gras fun
Your guide to this long weekend with Pittsburgh kids!
Straight talk about braces and aligners from a Pittsburgh-area expert
Braces of any kind are a big investment and not every choice is right for everyone — especially kids and teens. How do Pittsburgh parents choose?
The Pittsburgh Fish Fry Map is back! Here’s your key to tasty, easy dinners.
The Pittsburgh Fish Fry Map has all the locations where you can get tasty dinners during Lent.
Maker Monday: yarn-covered hearts perfect for spreading joy
This Maker Monday project is sure to make people smile. Check out the easy instructions.
18 under 18: These young people are creating change in Western Pennsylvania
From battling bullying to saving lives, these local young people are doing amazing things.
Parents as Allies: Schools and families in Ambridge are connecting, thanks to honest talk and help with access
The Ambridge Parents as Allies team asked families: How can we help you and how can we work together?