Virtual events are the new thing, and there’s a cool list of online events to check out in the coming weeks. This will be a different kind of summer, but hey, it could make for some new experiences. Get ready for Biceps and Brunch, Liberty Magic, Happy Hour, and more!
May 29th, 4:30pm
We’ve all been binge watching our favorite shows a lot lately, and now you can show off your dedication during sitcom trivia. Shows include The Office, Friends, Parks & Rec, and Schitt’s Creek! And there will be trivia about Pittsburgh as well. Grab a beverage and kick back. Limited spots are available! This is a bi-weekly event with a different twist each time so keep an eye on our Facebook events for more sign ups.
Every Friday, 7:30pm
Live, virtual, up close magic! You’ll be amazed by the best magicians in the Burgh. Liberty Magic at Home is a new series which happens every Friday night at 7:30pm. All the magic happens on the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Youtube or Facebook page. How did they do that?!
Obviously the outdoor fest was cancelled, such a bummer! But there’s always hope because this year’s festival will take place online. The festival is virtual, the art is real! More details will be announced soon.
This is always a fun event for the entire family. The walk began in 2016, and has since raised over 2.2 million dollars to support UPMC Children’s Hospital. The online walk will feature special guests and patient champions. Start a team, join a team. #walkforchildrens Sign up here!
Biceps and Brunch: Strength Cardio and Core Edition with Pulse
June 21st, 11am
In June, we’re starting to partner with Triple B Farms to bring the brunch to your screen. Get a great workout, brunch recipe, and a chance to win prizes! The Made in PGH monthly series is back with Pulse, which is all about cardio and core. It’s free! Stay tuned for the link to sign up!
Let’s ride! Become a BikePGH member, all the while supporting better biking & walking in Pittsburgh. Score some limited-edition swag along with access to walking and biking activities. Weekly activities include steps, landmarks, public art, and nature. Virtually, you have audio tours of our city’s steps, Google Maps visual adventures, and virtual scavenger hunts. Join here!This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.