There’s plenty going on this weekend and we’ve compiled some great events for you to check out! Start with “The Smallest Show in Town” Friday then check out the Ussie Summer Games Saturday and end with seeing famous magician David Blaine live in person. Whatever you choose to do, we hope you have a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend!
Friday June 23rd
The Smallest Show in Town
The all ages, family-friendly show will feature grilled cheese, acoustic music, story-telling, improv and more. The show is dubbed Prairie Home Companion meets Carol Burnett. For more information on the show click HERE.
This event for those 50 and older. Join like-minded creative writers and hone your writing skills. The event will be at the Carnegie Library Downtown & Business Branch. FREE, for more information on the event click HERE.
Saturday June 24th
When Pittsburgh Was Virginia
Dr. Patrick Spero will be at the Fort Pitt Museum lecturing on his new book “Frontier Country: The Politics of War in Early Pennsylvania.” He will discuss the conflicts of the 1770s and will sign copies of his book following the lecture. $10 for adults, $5 for students and History Center members, for more information on the lecture click HERE.
Ussie Summer Games
This unique event was designed to help build and maintain relationships across the city. During the games, police officers from all of the Pittsburgh Police Zones will team up with members of their communities for a city-wide field day challenge. Get ready for plenty of fun with face painting, music, vendor activities and sponsor events. For more information on the events, click HERE.
Sunday June 25th
Kick off to Summer Free Day with Allegheny Solar Fest
Join the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and the Solar Unified Network of Western PA for this 100% solar-powered event. Free museum admission all day long is offered, as well as an electric vehicle car show, food trucks, music and more. FREE, registration is encouraged, for more information on the event click HERE.
David Blaine Live
Iconic magician David Blaine will be at the Byham Theater Sunday evening for one of his magnificent magic shows. Blaine has been dubbed by the New York Times as having “taken a craft that’s been around for hundreds of years and done something unique and fresh with it.” $39.50 to $75, for more information on the show click HERE.
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