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Happy May Pittsburgh! Get ready for a fun-filled weekend culminating in the annual Pittsburgh Marathon. Whatever you choose to do to entertain yourself, we hope you have a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend!  Here’s our weekly list things to do in Pittsburgh!

Friday May 4th

GNC Live Well Pittsburgh Heath & Fitness Expo

Things to do in Pittsburgh

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As part of the Pittsburgh Marathon, visit this expo that features running gear, fitness equipment and the hottest health products. For more information on the expo, click HERE.

UPMC Presents “West Side Story Suite” & “In the Night” with the PBT Orchestra

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The grand PBT season finale celebrates the 100th birthdays of both Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins. There will be samples from the hit movie musical West Side Story as well as selections from In the Night set to four Chopin nocturnes. For more information on the show, click HERE.

Saturday May 5th

Pittsburgh City Paper Presents “Cinco de Derby”

Things to do in Pittsburgh

When the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo fall on the same day, you get “Cindo de Derby.” Enjoy an open bar, food and drink, an outdoor gaming tent, live music of both bluegrass and mariachi and more. For more information on the event, click HERE.

Child Health’s Sewickley House Tour

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The Child Health Association presents their 2018 house tour with the theme “At Home in Sewickley.” After you see the gorgeous homes, stop by the shops and restaurants in town. There are self-guided walking tours from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. For more information on the house tour, click HERE.

Sunday May 6th

Pittsburgh Marathon

Things to do in Pittsburgh

It’s marathon day! Whether it’s 13.1 or 26.2 miles, cheer on friends and loved ones as they earn Runner of Steel status. For more information on the race, click HERE.

Terrain Race Pittsburgh

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Bring friends and family to conquer obstacles and play in the mud during this obstacle race. There are choices for a 5K and unlimited lap option with over 20 obstacles. Kids as little as seven years old are able to race the full 5K too. For more information on the race, click HERE.

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