We’re headed into St. Patrick’s Day weekend and with it we bring you plenty of fun things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend! Enjoy your weekend, Pittsburgh!
Friday March 17th
St. Paddy’s Day Party
Head to Howl at the Moon to celebrate the annual day of all things green. The 7th Street bar is having special deals like $3 green beer drafts, $6 Jameson car bombs and $20 86 oz. Get Lucky Buckets. Get ready to celebrate with the luck of the Irish! $5, for more information click HERE.
Serbian Movie Festival
An effort to preserve Serbian culture and heritage, the festival enriches and promotes Pittsburgh’s cultural diversity. The festival is sponsored by the Serb National Federation, The Serbian Embassy in D.C. and the Center for Russian and Eastern European Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, as well as Kosutnjak Film in Belgrade. FREE, for more information on the festival click HERE.
Saturday March 18th
Lt. J.C. Stone Ultra Marathon
This road race isn’t for the faint of heart. Get ready for a grueling yet fun day of running. Registration is limited to 100 runners, so act swiftly to avoid being closed out! For more information on the race, click HERE.
Be My Neighbor Day
Do a little good for your community with this day sponsored by the United Way, WQED and the Fred Rogers Company. Families are invited to come and do a little good for those in need (crafting quilt squares for the homeless, planting sunflowers for the elderly, etc.). FREE, for more information on the event click HERE.
Sunday March 19th
Relish Co. Sunday Doughnut Brunch
The Relish Co. is bringing another popup experience to The Vandal. Doughnuts, bagels and coffee will be at the cafe. For the healthier of your crew, there will be raw organic cold-pressed juices from Reed & Co. The fun begins at 9 a.m. and lasts until 3. Fully vegan menu, for more information on the pop-up click HERE.
Troop 905’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner
The 53rd annual affair includes a heaping serving of spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, Mancini’s roll, a delicious dessert and drink—all for just $6-9! Military and college students, you get discounts so take note. This is the troop’s one fundraiser each year and supports activities and projects throughout the remainder of 2017. $6-9, for more information on the dinner click HERE.
Be sure to check back every week for our list of things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend!