Can you believe we’re into October already? Good thing we have some wonderful activities for you this weekend. Whatever you choose to do, make it a Pittsburgh Beautiful time! Here’s our weekly list of what to do in PIttsburgh!
Friday Sept. 29th
The 62nd Annual Harvest Fair at the Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church will be in full swing Friday. Bargains on furniture, clothing, jewelry and more will be up for sale. The items are sorted, cleaned and arranged by department for easy viewing. All money raised will go to local charities. $5 plus donation for food bank, for more information on the fair click HERE.
Convivium Festival of Friendship
The mission of this annual festival is to create dialogue among friends and strangers. Topics like human life, culture, work and more are up for discussion. There will also be a performance by Chatham Baroque and an Appalachian folk ensemble. FREE, for more information on the festival click HERE.
Saturday Sept. 30th
This very special event allows participants to run the runways at Pittsburgh International! The second annual PIT FlyBy 5K and 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk has runners racing the grounds and runways near the hangars and aircraft at the airport. 10 a.m., $38 for the 5K, $20 for the fun run, for more information on the run click HERE.
Trax Farms 48th Fall Festival
Pumpkin patches, petting zoos and more abound at this fall festival at the always fun Trax Farms. Try your hand weaving your way through the 3-acre corn maze! 10 a.m., $3-$10 depending on event, for more information on the festival click HERE.
Sunday Oct. 1st
Italian Heritage Day
Come celebrate your Italian heritage at the Heinz History Center! Enjoy interactive activities for K-12th grade students. Local community groups and museum staff will be on hand to provide educational activities for every floor of the museum. Activities come with admission fee, for more information click HERE.
3-2-1 Ride Pittsburgh
The 5th Annual 3-2-1 Ride welcomes bicyclists of all experience levels to enjoy this day of fun. Check out the ‘burgh’s gorgeous bike trails and routes. There’s a seven-mile family ride option, or a 24-mile trail and road ride or a longer, 62-mile ride on the Great Allegheny Passage. Proceeds benefit the Woiner Foundation, whose mission is to fight melanoma and pancreatic cancer.