Upcoming Children’s Theater lineup brings ‘Llama Llama,’ ‘Percy Jackson,’ a bubble extravaganza and much more to Pittsburgh

Children’s theater in Pittsburgh will spark the imagination and reconnect kids with favorite stories.

Your kid-friendly guide to the Carnegie International, now open at CMOA

The Carnegie International has plenty of kid-friendly art to inspire Pittsburghers of all ages.

doors open

Doors Open invites families to explore and learn inside Downtown’s coolest buildings

If your kids are curious about Pittsburgh’s history, culture and architecture (or you’d like them to be!) stop by Doors Open Pittsburgh’s Downtown event.

Center for Aviation Technology and Training

Wilkinsburg’s Center for Aviation Technology and Training is ready to inspire your kids

The Center for Aviation Technology and Training is currently open to school groups or youth-centered organizations

Remake Learning

Career Ready PA events connect kids with potential paths toward their futures

During the month of May, thousands of students and families attended more than 100 Career Ready PA events as part of Remake Learning Days.

Remake Learning Days

How do you get students excited about learning? Remake Learning Days’ youth ambassadors share their insight

This year’s Remake Learning Days youth ambassadors produced dozens of video and audio reports.

Sponsored Content Introducing Prime Stage Sprouts, a new theater series from Prime Stage for elementary-aged kids and their families

Featuring talented teens, Prime Stage Sprouts shows foster a love of reading as they introduce children to the joy of live theatre.

Three Rivers Arts Festival

Your family guide to 10 days of free fun at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

Highlights of the best kid-focused activities at the Three Rivers Arts Fest — all free!

Maker Monday: Let’s try making our own watercolor paints from old markers

Maker Monday fun: Did you know you could create new colors of paint from dried up markers? Here’s how.

Book-loving kids, from tots to teens, will find their bliss at the free Pittsburgh Festival of Books

“Reading is an escape for kids. It can take them on an adventure.”

Maker Monday

Maker Monday: Let’s Try Making Origami Hearts (all you need is paper and scissors)

It’s Maker Monday! Check out Kidsburgh’s latest craft project right here.

10 can’t-miss events in May for Pittsburgh kids

There are so many cool events in May for Pittsburgh kids. Check out our list.

Maker Monday: Let’s try quilling with this easy video

Maker Monday videos offer easy, fun maker projects that kids can do at home

wonder with us

Free ‘Wonder With Us’ events invite kids and parents to talk with superstar artists about creating and caring

During these free “Wonder With Us” events, you and your kids can meet incredible creatives.

Aaban Mahmood

Elementary-schooler Aaban Mahmood makes Pittsburgh a kinder place through his project ‘Kindness + Diversity = LOVE’

He is only 6 years old. But Aaban Mahmood is already making Pittsburgh a kinder place!

Jasmine Cho

Jasmine Cho of Yummyholic is creating conversations about race you can consume

Jasmine Cho uses her self-taught culinary skills to shine a (delicious) light on populations that are misrepresented or underrepresented.

10 best March events for kids in Pittsburgh, from ‘Disney on Ice’ to St. Patrick’s Day

Check out this lineup of great March events for kids in Pittsburgh.

Negro leagues

Heads up: Pittsburgh Negro Leagues legends are included in new bobblehead collection

We love toys that teach!

9 immersive career programs in Pittsburgh where kids can experience jobs firsthand

These programs connect kids to professions from engineering and veterinary medicine to scientific research and teaching.

Maus

How local parents and teachers feel about ‘Maus’ being banned — and about teaching difficult history

It is a familiar story, repeated so many times in American life over the decades: Words and pictures, simple and powerful, and divisive once again. A rural Tennessee school district’s […]


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