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It’s time for the luck of the Irish this weekend! Happy St. Patrick’s Day Pittsburghers! We hope you enjoy all the festivities. Be safe and have fun! Here’s this week’s edition of things do in Pittsburgh this weekend!
Friday March 16th
Youth Invasion 2018: Stay Woke
The Warhol Museum is presenting teens’ unique take on Warhol’s art. Teens will get to show off their points of view, ideas and more. Youth performers will also be placed throughout the museum. For more information on the event, click HERE.
St. Patrick’s Day Party at Howl at the Moon
Celebrate the luck of the Irish at Howl at the Moon with their annual St. Patrick’s Day party. Prizes and giveaways will happen and there’s free cover if you’re wearing green! For more information on the party, click HERE.
Saturday March 17th
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Join the revelers at the 2nd largest St. Patty’s Day parade in the world. Pittsburgh’s very large Irish community comes together each year for a fun celebration. For more information on the parade, click HERE.
Fred Rogers & Us
This three day long celebration at the Children’s Museum includes events like a meet and greet with Mr. McFeely, Daniel Tiger walkabouts and more. For more information on this event, click HERE.
Sunday March 18th
Pittsburgh Women’s Expo
The annual event will feature professionals in health and fitness, food and fashion and decorating and decor. There will be massages and more. For more information on the expo, click HERE.
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
The premiere adaptation of Maya Angelou’s memoir involves growing up black and female in the South during the 1930s. The Prime Stage at the New Hazlett Theater honors Angelou and others who use their voices to inspire others. For more information on the play, click HERE.