The holiday season kicks off with a bang this weekend, and on this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh, we highlighted four great events and activities in the area including Light Up Night, and lots more holiday fun. Learn a bit more about each of the things we mentioned.
Enjoy the last weekend of October with numerous activities in greater Pittsburgh! From Fall Festival at Soergel Orchards to buying name brand clothing at Designer Days, this weekend will offer something for everyone.
Kids, adults & pets rejoice – because Halloween is in full swing, and there are great activities for all ages and scare-levels! Fun parades, zombies, dance parties, face painting, and even a race for little dogs dressed like hot dogs… who could possibly resist the super fun & affordable Halloween festivities we have in store for you this weekend and the week ahead? With these prices, we’re guessing no one!
If variety is the spice of life, you’d be on fire this weekend! From free admission days, to wine festivals, to scary tours & family fun, there are plenty of free and affordable options to keep everyone entertained. LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, highlight some of the best free and affordable ways to enjoy this beautiful weekend in the ‘Burgh!
From parades and street fairs to a zombie fest, LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas highlight five of this weekend’s fantastic fall finds!
From scary movies, to free admission days, to good ol’ fashioned family festivals… which to choose! There are loads of free and affordable events going on in Pittsburgh this weekend. LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight some of the best free and affordable ways to enjoy the crisp fall weather in the Burgh this weekend!
What does a Hay Day, an Italian Celebration, a House Tour of Deutschtown, a Green Fest and a POPS Symphony Concert have in common? Well, nothing really… except they’re all happening in the Burgh this weekend and they’re all affordable or FREE. LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight free and affordable ways to celebrate the official start of Fall in the ‘Burgh!