Can we say that the holidays have begun?! Of course we can! Aside from stringing lights, shopping, and watching Hallmark movies—-there are also a bunch of events to check out! Some of which include the Pet Expo, Turkey Trot, Cardigan Day, and more! Here’s a roundup of things to do in November.
11/9, 10am | Monroeville Convention Center
The biggest vegan event in Pittsburgh moves to the Monroeville Convention Center! There’s a bunch of different things to experience: guest speakers, food and gift vendors, belly dancers, vegan gingerbread house, pumpkin carving, and more. $5 adults, kids 16 and under are free.
11/10, 12pm – 5 pm | David Lawrence Convention Center
Plan your wedding with professionals in literally every aspect for the big day, with prize giveaways, bridal fashion shows, live DJ and band demo’s. Like they say, it’s the party before the party! Admission is free with online registration or $10 at the door.
In a tribute to Fred Rogers, Kindness Day is the chance to show your kindness! All you have to do is wear a cardigan. Tell your friends and co-workers because you haven’t seen this many cardigans since the 90’s! And make sure to share it on social media #CardiganDay, and tag WQED.
11/15 – 11/17 | David Lawrence Convention Center
This is a pet lover’s dream! The largest pet expo on the east coast features Dachshund races, diving dogs, cat show, grooming competition, pet costume contest, and exotic birds. There will be tons of vendors as well. Bring your pet, adopt a new one! But seriously, how do those dogs dive that far?! Friday is half price night $5, GA $10
Tis the season! The official kickoff for all things merry and bright includes live music, fireworks, magic, ice skating, Market Square shopping village, and so much more. Get downtown, get in the spirit!
Help those in need and feel healthy! The annual Turkey Trot features the MedExpress 1 mile family fun run/walk, UPMC health plan 5k turkey trot, and Pittsburgh Pirates 5 mile turkey trot. The family event helps to support the effort to provide food security to children, families, individuals and seniors. The goal is 10,000 pounds of donated food! #turkeytrotpghThis content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.