Pittsburgh in May is always full of lots of fun events, there’s always things to do in Pittsburgh. There are plenty of fitness-related ones, like the WOD and Wine at Arsenal Fitness and some delicious springtime food festivals like the Ukrainian one at St. Vladimir’s. Whatever you choose to do this weekend, we hope it’s a Pittsburgh Beautiful one!

Friday May 12th

WOD & Wine

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Grab a friend and a bottle of wine and get ready for a super fun evening! This team workout will be from 7-9 p.m. and is dubbed “fun, fast-paced and great for beginners.” Snacks will be provided. Free, for more information click HERE.

Neil Sedaka

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The great Neil Sedaka will be at Heinz Hall singing his hits like “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” “Calendar Girl” and more. He will be joined by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. $22-$99, for more information on the concert click HERE.

Saturday May 13th

Fight for Air Climb

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Head to Centre City Tower to fight against lung disease. Participants raise funds for the American Lung Association while training to climb a skyscraper. This year’s climb at the tower will feature 46 floors which includes 842 steps…if you can challenge yourself! $40, for more information on the climb click HERE.

Ukrainian Food Festival

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Head to St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Hall for pierogies, stuffed cabbage, baked goods and more. Patrons can eat in or take out. There will even be a plant sale too! FREE, for more information on the festival click HERE.

Sunday May 14th

Race for the Cure

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The 25th Annual Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure will start early at 6:30 a.m. with bib pickup. There will be a timed and untimed 5K as well as a fun run. For more information on the race click HERE.

Mother’s Day Victorian Tea

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Manchester Historic Society is having a traditional Victorian tea on Mother’s Day. Take mom to the tea’s restored mansion with a menu of sandwiches, pastries, and a lunch entree. There are two seatings, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Proceeds benefit the preservation of Colonel James Anderson House in Manchester. $45, for more information on the tea click HERE.

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