Point State Park
The Fourth of July marks the middle of summer and a day of picnics, fireworks and parades to celebrate our nation’s birthday. If you are looking for a great Fourth of July event this year, here are some fun celebrations throughout Pittsburgh.
Grab your favorite lawn chair, blanket and fireworks watching gear and head out to the Pittsburgh neighborhoods for a fun-filled evening. Be sure to check out the weather forecast and change of dates and time. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Zambelli extravaganza or another entity, the family will enjoy the memories of a dazzling and inspiring night time view.
The food is plentiful, the artists are eager and the crowds have gathered for the start of the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival downtown.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is just days away.
It’s been almost two years since a giant, yellow rubber duck was docked at The Point. Now, a similar duck is coming to Pennsylvania.
Few summertime endeavors are as simple and enjoyable as a picnic, and Pittsburgh’s picnics are limited only by the imagination. Whether your style is PB&J sandwiches with your favorite pooch, or smoked salmon and chardonnay packed carefully into a wicker basket, the spots on this list provide the perfect backdrop for those sun-soaked summer get togethers.
Thousands of marathoners will pound the Pittsburgh pavement Sunday, accepting water from a half million biodegradable cups.
Pittsburgh is a great city for history buffs! Executive Director of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, Louise Sturgess, and Al Tanner compiled a list of the top five historic sites you must see in Pittsburgh!
“Unseen and Unheard.” That’s the theme of this year’s Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Pets need exercise just like their owners and why not them run and possibly meet new furry friends to run and socialize? These parks and dog runs offer an opportunity to run in open spaces instead of the obstacles related in the neighborhood.
Light Up Night and the Santa Spectacular are some of the biggest celebrations in Pittsburgh.
The 95th Annual Veterans Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh gave many people an opportunity to say thank you to the men and women who have served their country in peacetime and in war.
One of Pittsburgh’s green spaces has earned a new distinction by the American Planning Association (APA).
On the last Sunday in September, city streets are transformed into a course that’s become a Pittsburgh classic.
Thousands of athletes took to the streets early Sunday morning to participate in the 37th Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race!