Well Pittsburghers, you get an extra day this weekend due to President’s Day! We found so many wonderful things for you to do, from a history uncorked party to President’s Day Flag CeremonyWhatever you choose to do, we hope you make it a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend!

Friday Feb. 16th

History Uncorked: Roaring ’20s

The Heinz History Center is hosting its 20th annual affair from 7-11 p.m. Enjoy an evening of dancing and activities and food and drinks from local Pittsburgh restaurants. This year’s event will be inspired by the History Center’s upcoming travel exhibit on American Spirits. Ages 21+, for more information on the event click HERE.

Friday Night Live

Photo by AP Productions

Get your heart rate going with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s workouts that support LLS in the fund to fight against cancer. This event is at Heinz Field from 7-9 p.m. For more information on the event click HERE.

Saturday Feb. 17th

Race to Anyplace

Go back to Heinz Field beginning at 8 a.m. for the six-hour stationary bike race. There are a maximum 12 riders allowed per team. For more information on the race, click HERE.

Haunted Pittsburgh Presents: A Victorian Seance

The Victorians were obsessed with the dead. For one night at the William Penn Hotel, spend an evening like the Victorians, trying to get in touch with the dead. The event will be led by Pittsburgh ghost guide Alexander Vornoff. For more information on the spooky night, click HERE.

Sunday Feb. 18th

Bend, Brunch and Brews at Spoonwood Brewing Co.

Yoga, brunch or beer? That is the question! Luckily, Spoonwood Brewing Co. is bringing all three in one event! Your ticket will get you 75 minutes of vinyasa yoga, three brunch options and a beer flight tasting. For more information on the event click HERE.

Swan Lake

Pittsburgh Ballet Theater presents the iconic ballet. Enjoy the evil enchantment and mysterious love story that has been around since 1895. For more information on the event, click HERE.

Monday Feb. 19th

President’s Day Flag Ceremony

Gather at the Heinz History Center’s Great Hall for a patriotic flag ceremony. Local vets and visitors will unveil a 36-foot American flag. Participate in the National Anthem and a moment of silence for those who served our country. For more information on the ceremony click HERE.

Reina del Cid

Part singer-songwriter, part rock band, this event is lyrical storytelling at its finest. The band’s music has been featured by Paste Magazine, NPR and Baeble Music. For more information on the concert click HERE.

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