We have some great events on tap for you this week! There’s a Naturalization Ceremony at the Heinz History Center Friday afternoon, or a one-man play at the August Wilson Center Saturday night or you could try your hand cooking Super Bowl foods Sunday. Either way, our great city has lots of fun activities to do. We hope you can get out and enjoy!  Here’s this week’s list of what to do in Pittsburgh!

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Friday Jan. 27th

Naturalization Ceremony

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This free event at the Heinz History Center welcomes new citizens into our country. The event is presented by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Free, for more information on the ceremony, click HERE

Old Sap Whiskey Release

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2017’s newest whiskey is on tap for this event at Wigle Whiskey on Smallman Street. Old Sap was made as a part of the Brewers Series of spirits. Wigle Whiskey collaborated with Four Seasons Brewery in Latrobe. Included in the release party ticket are a spirit sampling and toast, cocktails with Old Sap, beer from Four Seasons Brewery, live music and a maple syrup sampling with Philson’s Bushel and a Peck Farm. $15, for more information on the party, click HERE.

Saturday Jan. 28th

Miami Vice Night

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For those who were huge fans of the ’80s TV show, this is the place to be! Head back to 1985 to the sunny beaches of Miami. This Miami Vice Night is free and is at Sienna Mercato on Penn Ave. Dress to impress in your top ’80s fashions! FREE, for more information on Miami Vice Night click HERE. 

I am Not Sam

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This one man play by Michael Phillip Edwards discusses identity, race and racism in America. The play tells its story through the inner dialogue of the main speaker, Sam. Other characters include Sam’s white son-in-law, a lawyer and Sam’s mixed-race grandson Benjamin. $28.25, August Wilson Center, for more information on the play click HERE.

Sunday Jan. 29th

Cooking for the Super Bowl

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The Market District Giant Eagle Cooking School in Settler’s Ridge is hosting a cooking class on how to make the best food for the big game. You’ll have a week to perfect the class menu, which includes prosciutto-wrapped stuffed jalapenos, Asian barbecue ribs, brisket sliders with firecracker slaw and fresh-made focaccia and for dessert, maple bacon cupcakes. $50, for more information on the class click HERE.

Bridge to Health Wellness Expo

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This free event for all ages at Good Samaritan Parish Hall includes mobile health screenings, wellness vendors, cooking demonstrations, a kids zone, door prizes and more. The event is sponsored by the Ambridge Regional Chamber of Commerce, Beaver County Pathways, Dais Medical Supply and Muscles’ Gym. Free, for more information on the expo click HERE.

We are always looking to help you find what to do in Pittsburgh… so check back every week!

 

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