Buckle up, Pittsburghers! We’ve got some great events coming up for everyone. If you’re looking for things to do in Pittsburgh, look no further! There’s yoga set to Beyonce music and the annual Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show and a talk on Pittsburgh’s haunted history. Read on and be sure to let us know what you attended!
Friday March 10th
Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show
The opening day of the annual event is today! Come by for exhibits like the “Dream Home Innovation Center,” “Kitchen Idea Center” and the “Garden Resource Center.” Cutting edge technology and the next big things are what you’ll find at the show this year. $10, Children are $4, for more information on the show click HERE.
This 90-minute hot flow is set to Beyonce’s music. Get ready to slay in this upbeat class that focuses on core, flexibility and mindfulness. The fun is at Amazing Yoga in Shadyside. $25, for more information on the class click HERE.
Saturday March 11th
St. Patrick’s Day Family Fun at Fifth Avenue Place
After the St. Paddy’s Day Parade, stop by Fifth Avenue Place for a family friendly time! There will be live music with Steven Vance, mosaic paper shamrock and shamrock wand making for kids, face painting and a leprechaun. Best of all, all events are free! For more information on the celebration click HERE.
An Evening with Pittsburgh’s Historian of the Supernatural
Author and historian Thomas White discusses witchcraft, monsters, curses and more. Be prepared to be seriously spooked at all the occult instances in PA. The seriously creepy evening begins at 7:30 p.m. $15, for more information on the talk click HERE.
Sunday March 12th
2017 Men’s Basketball Championships – A-10 Block
The Atlantic 10 Conference, which is home to Duquesne University, is hosting the championships and Sunday is the last day. You won’t want to miss it. $38, for more information on the championship click HERE.
Log Home & Timber Frame Show
If you’re looking to build a log home or just want some rustic-style furniture, this show is perfect for you. The very best in log and timber frame home companies, second home builders and architects and more are headed to this show at the Monroeville Convention Center. 10 a.m., $10, for more information on the show click HERE.
Check back each week for more great things to do in Pittsburgh!