‘Tis the season for food festivals. Look for a Greek food festival this weekend and Little Italy Days, a celebration of Italian cuisine.
Also this week: Meet an urban planner, attend a live pitch competition, and go on a thrifting adventure.
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🎨 2 p.m. Aug. 25 (Lawrenceville, Strip District, Downtown): Explore Pittsburgh’s street art at Ride with Raymer, a mural tour with The Incline & Healthy Ride.
🤖 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 (East Liberty): Celebrate the rising stars in Pittsburgh’s technology scene at our Who’s Next: Tech happy hour.
Other events you’ll love
Monday, Aug. 13
🚲 5:30 Monday (Oakland): Get moving with a free cycling class in Market Square.
Tuesday, Aug. 14
🌃 6 p.m. Tuesday (Highland Park): “Pittsburgh-loving folks” are invited to join Craig Toocheck, a local urban designer and planner, for a happy hour focused on what makes Pittsburgh special, including its historic transit connections.
Wednesday, Aug. 15
🌟 5 p.m. Wednesday (East Liberty): Check out a community marketplace and attend a pitch competition, all while supporting local students involved in Startable Pittsburgh.
Thursday, Aug. 16
Friday, Aug. 17
🍻 6 p.m. Friday (North Shore): Sample beers while learning about the science behind the beverage at Carnegie Science Center’s 21+ Beer night.
Saturday, Aug. 18
🇬🇷 11 a.m. Saturday (East Pittsburgh): Eat all the Greek delicacies (Moussaka! Spanakopita!) at the weekend-long East Pittsburgh Greek Festival.
🇮🇹 Noon Saturday (Bloomfield): Show your skills at a pasta-eating contest, listen to live music, see a pizza-stretching demonstration, and eat lots of Italian treats all weekend long at Little Italy Days.
👻 Noon Saturday (Point Breeze): In honor of the Homewood Cemetery’s 140th anniversary, check out the Founder’s Day celebration, featuring a genealogy booth, a ukulele sing-a-long, a Victorian horse-drawn hearse, Shakespeare performances, and food trucks.
🗻 5 p.m. Saturday (South Side): Attend a climbing session at ASCEND: Pittsburgh, then watch the movie “No Man’s Land Film Festival,” an all-female adventure film festival based out of the Rocky Mountains.
Sunday, Aug. 19
💃 7:30 p.m. Sunday (Hampton Township): Enjoy a free outdoor dance performance at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Ballet Under the Stars at Hartwood Acres.
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