Where families can go now for kids’ baseline concussion testing in Pittsburgh
Baseline concussion testing Pittsburgh: We’ve got the info parents need.
Whatever floats your boat: 13 ways to have family fun on Pittsburgh-area rivers and lakes
Find adventures on Pittsburgh rivers and lakes in this handy guide.
Powerful mental health advice (and grant funding) from Pittsburgh Marathon competitor Greg Nance
Mental health advice and encouragement from ultramarathoner Greg Nance.
P3R’s Youth MOVE Day invites families for free field activities at RMU Island Sports Center
Youth MOVE Day offers fun field day events for the whole family.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy releases their Summer Programming Guide
Looking for fun, free events at Pittsburgh parks? This new guide has all the info!
3 Rivers Outdoor Co. to rent kayaks, paddleboards and even hammocks at new location in Aspinwall
“We’ve got these beautiful rivers right here. You don’t have to drive an hour to go to a state park. It’s an urban wild experience.”
Sponsored Content Batter up! Check out the Washington Wild Things’ popular Kids Eat Free Program, back for 2022
Kids eat free and get free tickets at Sunday Wild Things games this summer!
Kidsburgh’s 2022 Pittsburgh Playgrounds and Parks survey: Tell us about your favorites
tell us what you look for when you’re seeking a playground or park, and tell us about the good ones you’ve found.
How families can use Kids of STEEL and inspiration from the Pittsburgh Marathon to be healthy and have fun
Kids of STEEL gets thousands of families excited about running for health and for fun.
Kids and grownups can learn to skateboard with free, inclusive lessons from Shred Your Fears
Shred Your Fears teaches skateboarding to girls, women, trans and non-binary thrill-seekers.
Skiing and snowboarding for kids with special needs: Check out these destinations in our region
Check out these programs for skiing with special needs in the western Pennsylvania region.
First Ascent Climbing & Fitness, Pittsburgh’s newest climbing gym, is opening at Station Square
Check out the details on this new gym for the whole family.
Kidsburgh Hero Clark Ehman: This 14-year-old collected over 450 baseball bats and other equipment to send to the Dominican Republic
“The equipment just kept coming and coming and coming. It was pretty wild.”
Through martial arts, Pittsburgh kids gain skills that last a lifetime
Kids learn impressive physical skills in martial arts class. But it’s the skills you can’t see that will last a lifetime.
This Project FUEL life lesson comes from Meredith Colaizzi of Girls on the Run
“Run the mile you’re in, literally and figuratively.”
23 ways to make the most of outdoor winter fun in Pittsburgh
It’s the perfect time of year to challenge kids to try a new skill or explore undiscovered parks.
Pittsburgh teen competes nationally as a top motocross rider
A 16-year-old from the Pittsburgh region is the second-best motocross rider in the country in his age division. Gavin Towers is sponsored by Kawasaki and travels around the country to […]
17 ways to celebrate Halloween in Pittsburgh
Kids love the season of witches, ghosts and things that go bump in the night.
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from wild animal encounters to mystery theater
This week, kids can exercise their minds, exercise their bods and exercise their making skills.
Vacant Homestead church converted into rope challenge course
Old churches have been converted into all kinds of things in Pittsburgh — a brewery, restaurant, apartments — but this is one of the most unique.