We are officially into February, and with it comes plenty of exciting things to do in Pittsburgh. From eating out in Oakland, to yoga downtown and everything in between, this weekend promises to please everyone. Here’s our list of what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend!
Friday Feb. 3rd
Oakland Restaurant Week
Six days of $6 lunches? Sign us up! Oakland Restaurant Week is a great way to celebrate it being Friday. 17 restaurants are providing lunch menus for $6 and those who use the deal can enter to win free lunch for a month and other prizes. It ends tomorrow, so take advantage today! $6, for more information on the event click HERE.
When Love Enflames the Heart: Passion and Rage in Baroque France
Head to Westminster Presbyterian Church for this romantic concert from the Chatham Baroque. Be taken back to the French courts of Louis XIV and XV with violin sonatas and a flute, violin, viol and continuo quartet. 7:30 p.m., for more information on the concert CLICK HERE.
Saturday Feb. 4th
Lunar New Year: Celebration of the Rooster
Take your favorite little ones to the Children’s Museum for this afternoon event that begins at noon. The Chinese New Year being celebrated is 4715, the year of the rooster. Children can make art, take in live music and even join in a traditional parade throughout the museum with the Steel Dragon Lion Dance Team. The event is sponsored by the Silk Screen Asian Arts and Culture Organization. Included with museum admission, for more information on the event click HERE.
An Evening with the Ghosts of Pittsburgh
Head to the Omni William Penn for Haunted Pittsburgh’s spooktacular evening. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. and includes tales of the city’s best and creepiest ghost stories along with photo presentations. You’ll be whisked into the haunted sites without even leaving the Omni. $15, for more information on the talk click HERE.
Sunday Feb. 5th
Yoga in the Wintergarden
This event at the PPG Wintergarden is a free one-hour yoga class in the sunny venue. The program is given by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and FittPGH. Participants are to bring their own mat and follow @DowntownPitt on social media for weather cancellations. Free, for more information on the event click HERE.
National Parks Adventure: Omnimax
Now playing at the Omnimax—an adventure all about the National Parks, celebrating the Park Service’s 100-year anniversary. The 43-minute, family-friendly adventure takes you through over 30 national parks across the U.S. Head to the Carnegie Science Center to see this before it ends Feb. 12th $8.94, for more information on the movie click HERE.
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