Most Friday mornings at 6:45 am, you can listen to IheartPGH talk live with Jim and Randy on the WDVE morning show about things to do in Pittsburgh on the weekend. Here is our list of events and links to more information for this weekend….
- Galleries and more stay open late on Penn Ave
- Stop the Sprout Fund for their Summer Social to learn more about some of their recent projects
Paddle at the Point – Pittsburgh to attempt to break the world record
- Pittsburgh is the host city for World Environment Day – it is like the international version of Earth Day.
- As part of the celebration Pittsburghers will try to break the world record for number of canoes and kayaks on the water at once
- Saturday, June 5, 2010 – The rivers will be closed to boat traffic and filled with paddlers
- The current record is 1,104 boats
- Want to participate? – Register by Friday at 10 am
- More info is available at PaddleatthePoint.com
- Some of Pittsburgh’s favorite Mom bloggers are teaming up with the folks at Hewbrew National for a free picnic
- Saturday, June 5 11:30am-3:30pm @ Highland Park Reservoir
- Family fun in the park! Free hot dogs, kids activities and more
Pittsburgh has a rugby team! Pittsburgh Vipers Inaugural Game
- Saturday, June 5, Noon @ Founders Field (located near Cheswick)
- Watch the Pittsburgh Vipers take on the DC Slayers
- All 2010 Games are free admission
- Saturday, June 5 is ALS awareness night at Consol Energy Park
- Watch the Wild Things take on the River City Rascals, a portion of the ticket sales from the evening will benefit the Western PA Chapter of the ALS Association
- Olde Frothingslosh is a Pittsburgh club of people that collect beer cans and other
- They are hosting their 15th Annual Collectibles show on Sunday, June 6 from 9a-2pm at the Iron City Brewing Building on Liberty Ave.
- Sunday, June 6, 9 am
- Giant neighborhood wide yard sale
- maps will be available the morning of the sale at Negley & Hampton St., Highland & Stanton Ave., Tazza D’Oro, Stanton-Negley Pharmacy and the new Bryant Street Market.
- Stop by the Bryant Street Festival from Noon-6pm for more family fun after you have finished shopping!
- Sunday, June 6, 2010, Noon-5pm
- On the lawn at the Carnegie Library in Oakland
- Summer reading activities for kids and adults
- More info is available here – http://www.carnegielibrary.org/extravaganza/