Here are a few links that we’ve shared on Facebook and Twitter that you may have missed.
Check out the latest email blast from the Saxifrage School. The Saxifrage School is working on some awesome ideas around education. I’m excited to learn more about their upcoming Dev.Year program. @SaxifrageSchool
The Pittsburgh League of Women Voters has been doing excellent non-partisan voter education work in the city and county. You should like them on Facebook here.
The Bloggers from eatPGH have a new book – Pittsburgh’s Chef’s Table. Check out the book launch party at Marty’s Market on December 7. @eatPGH… Read the rest
Treading Art has been putting together an amazing list of weekend events around Pittsburgh. Each week we will highlight one of those events here on IheartPGH and link you back over to Treading Art’s weekly events post.
This weeks Treader’s Choice event:
Saturday, July 20th
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
Vintage car races through the hilly streets of Schenley Park, tents full of car aficionados and freebies and your support for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. In full swing Saturday but we hear the real party is Sunday.
Schenley Park – Oakland
8am-5pm // FREE
This annual… Read the rest
Image courtesy of Citiparks.
All 18 Pittsburgh city pools are officially open for the summer, until September 2! Check the Citiparks website to make sure your local pool is open for the day.
While none of the locations provide refreshments, guests are welcome to bring their own food and drinks (no alcohol).
Don’t forget to check out the water carnivals, hosted by a different pool every few days in July. Basically an open pool party for the neighborhood, the carnivals feature unique themes, fun games, raffle prizes, and free food and drinks (normal admission prices apply).
Mondays – Fridays,… Read the rest
Image courtesy of Pittsburgh Citiparks
The Dollar Bank Cinema in the Park series resumes for the 2013 season this Saturday, June 8 at dusk. The free event, hosted at various local city parks, invites movie-goers to lay back, relax, and enjoy weekly movie screenings.
The series features both kid-friendly G- and PG-rated flicks, such as Finding Nemo and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, as well as popular PG-13 films like The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit, and The Hunger Games.
Guests are asked not to bring alcoholic beverages, but snacks, drinks, and chairs and blankets are encouraged.
Flagstaff Hill also has… Read the rest
Happy New Year! There were a few comments yesterday on Facebook and Twitter about the January slump – hopefully you will find one of the following events a good reason to get out of the house and enjoy January in Pittsburgh. Here is a round up of the events we shared on the DVE morning show today.
Snow Shovel Riding Championships
Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012 @ Noon – weather permitting
Old Economy Park
Mascot Skate @ Schenley Park Skating Rink
25th Annual Mascot Skate – who knew pirate parrot was that old?
Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012
Volunteer for MLK… Read the rest