The Pittsburgh Children’s Museum is the idea venue for entertaining children in the 5 to 8 age bracket. Explore the “home” of Pittsburgh native Fred Roger’s of “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood.” There are also a range of interactive activities, including paper making and silkscreening, a garage and workshop where kids can invent, build and take apart their work and a rope net where they can climb into a planetarium dome and launch parachutes.
Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events at the Children’s Museum!
10 Childrens Way
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212
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Saturday, Feb. 26
Winchester Thurston School’s storytelling club will be reading various stories!
Sunday, Feb. 27
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.According to the Children’s Museum’s website: the event will allow you to learn how to knit or crochet. You can bring your work in progress to a free Knit In to celebrate how knitting and nature combine in two local projects: The Children’s Museum’s Tree Sweater and the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation’s Knit & Crochet Trail Markers Project. Knit a whole marker or just add to one in progress! Don’t worry if you don’t know how, all skill levels are welcome and people will be available to help teach knitting and crocheting.