Here is a summary of what we talked about this week on WDVE. I know that 6:45 is a little early for some Pittsburgh fans. If you have an interesting place or event that you would like to have us review please send an email to email@example.com.
Intro to Disc Golf
- Come learn about this interesting sport – golf, but with frisbees
- Schenley Park is home to one of the disc golf courses in Pittsburgh
- Venture Outdoors is holding and Intro to Disc Golf workshop on Sat from 1-4
Women’s History Month with LUPEC
- LUPEC = Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails
- LUPEC has been hosting events all month
- Final event is Sat at Kelly’s in East Liberty, 8pm
- They will be celebrating the life of style icon Isabella Blow, wear your favorite, fancy hat
Political Game Night
- 14th Ward Independent Democratic Club is the oldest independent democratic club in the US
- Saturday night is their annual event
- Political trivia, fun and games
- Guest appearances by some local politicians
Getting Serious about Video Games – FREE EVENT
- March 31st and April 1st – CMU hosts a FREE symposium on Video games, complete with an arcade
- CMU has one of the leading programs in Entertainment Technology – ETC
- Top video game designers will be here from around the country and some are located right here in Pittsburgh
- Learn about video games and test out some games created by students
- More Info: TheArtofPlay.com
PUMP Quiz Night
- Monday 7pm
- Inn-termission Lounge, 1908 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
- Bring your friends
- Fun and Prizes for all
Last month’s PUMP Quiz night was really great – 3 rounds of trivia with fun prizes for all. A great way to spend a few hours sharpening your brain.
Put on your smarty pants and join us for PUMP Quiz Night! Quiz Night returns on Monday, March 31st, 7:00 PM at The Inn-termission Lounge (1908 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203). Bring a team of 4 and test your knowledge in this Free event. PUMP provides the fun, the prizes—you provide the answers, the fellowship, and this time a covered dish because there’s no kitchen where we’re going!
With just 4 weeks left until the 2008 Primary, Pittsburgh has become a hot bed of political events. Pittsburgh is also home to the the oldest continuous independent democratic club in the US. Saturday night is their annual event – this year it is political game night. Great trivia and I guarantee you will see some of your favorite elected officials there for the fun.
The 14th Ward Independent Democratic Club Presents Political Game Night
Saturday March 29th, 7:00 pm
Schenley Park Skating Rink
Test your political savvy with original adaptations of your favorite game shows: Jeopardy! Wheel of Fortune! Who Wants to Be a Millionaire!
Featuring: Chris Moore (KDKA radio and WQED television talk show host) and Allen Kukovich (member of the Pennsylvania house and senate for 27 years).
Games start at 8:00 pm.
$15 in advance ($20 at the door).
Are you too young to be President? Tickets just $10 for those under 35 and for students and limited income.
Visit pgh14widc.org for more info
Schenley Park is home to one of Pittsburgh’s disc golf courses. Check out this popular sport, which is like golf but with frisbees, with Venture Outdoors this weekend.
Intro to Disc Golf
Don’t call it “Frisbee Golf,” and for the love of all that’s good, don’t ever call it “Frolf!” Disk Golf is one of the most rapidly growing sports in the world! Join us for a great day of fun that virtually anyone can enjoy! The activity will be structured to familiarize people with the three main types of golf discs, understand the flight patterns of the various discs within those three categories, and effective methods for gripping and releasing the disc to maximize distance and minimize your score. Sponsored by our friends at the Pittsburgh Flying Disc Society.
Saturday March 29, 1-4pm
$8.00 member/$15.00 non-member
Click here for more info and to sign up
It’s time to start working on your creation for Art All Night Lawrenceville 2008! Anyone and everyone is invited to submit one (and only one) piece of artwork or sign up to perform during this one-of-a-kind neighborhood event attended by over 7,500 people each year. Artist registration will be available online at www.artallnight.com in early April. Artists submitting visual art pieces must show a photo ID during registration on Saturday, April 26 from 1 to 4 pm and again during pick up on Sunday, April 27 from 2 to 4 pm. All artwork must arrive ready to hang or be displayed.
Art All Night – no jury, no censorship, no fees, no admission!